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Madurai to Gwalior Flights

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There are no direct or connecting flights between Madurai and Gwalior; however, there is an alternate way to travel from Madurai to Gwalior. First, you need to book a flight from Madurai to New Delhi. From New Delhi, you can board a train and travel to Gwalior. The train journey from New Delhi to Gwalior takes around 3.5–5 hours. You can also hire a taxi to travel from Delhi to Gwalior. The distance between Delhi and Madurai is approximately 343 km via road. With Adani One, flight booking has become easy. Be it a flight from Madurai to New Delhi or a return trip from New Delhi to Madurai, Adani One offers you great air ticket deals and cashback. You can check the detailed airfare calendar on the platform and book tickets for the most convenient date. Most major airlines, such as IndiGo, Go First, Air India, SpiceJet and AirAsia, are listed on the platform. It is advisable to book a return ticket and take advantage of the additional discounts offered for return tickets.

There are around 13–15 flights between Madurai and New Delhi daily. Out of these, only one flight connects Madurai directly to New Delhi, which is serviced by IndiGo, departing at 2:40 pm. The connecting flights have short layovers in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore and Chennai. Madurai Airport is located in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. It is a passenger and customs airport situated 12 km south of Madurai’s city centre. The Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi Airport) is located around 18 km from the city centre. Now that you have all the details available for travelling from Madurai to Gwalior take a look at the airfare calendar and book your Madurai to New Delhi flight on Adani today!

Flights from Madurai to Gwalior


About Delhi Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA code: DEL), also known as Delhi Airport, is one of the country’s busiest airports and is located in New Delhi. The IATA code of the Delhi Airport is ‘DEL’. All leading Indian airline operators, such as Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Vistara, operate their flights from this airport. The Delhi Airport services flights to all major Indian cities such as Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai and Hyderabad. There are three terminals at the airport: T1, T2 and T3. Domestic flights operate from T1. T3 is an integrated terminal, and both international and domestic flights operate from this terminal.

The amenities at the airport include a child care room, free Wi-Fi, medical assistance, a visitors lounge, prayer rooms, dedicated smoking areas, an emergency treatment centre for medical emergencies and a lost and found counter. In addition, there are several shopping outlets available at the airport. To travel from the Delhi Airport to the city centre, you can use the ‘Orange Line’ of the Metro Express service. Few bus services, including the EATS Bus and DTC Bus, provide bus services to the city. Moreover, prepaid and metered taxis and car rental services are available at the airport.

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About Gwalior

Gwalior is a major city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is located around 343 km south of the nation’s capital, New Delhi. Many powerful dynasties have ruled Gwalior in the past. These include the Naad dynasty, Naga dynasty, Mughal Empire, Maratha Empire and Scindia dynasty. A majority of the people in Gwalior follow Hinduism. The predominant language spoken in the district is Hindi. Several artists from Gwalior have made significant contributions to Indian classical music. The most prominent of them are Tansen, one of Emperor Akbar’s Navratnas, Raja Man Singh Tomar, a patron of Drupad (a vocal genre in Hindustani classical music), and Amjad Ali Khan, the sarod maestro. Gwalior is also famous for the Tansen Sangeet Samaroh conducted every December.

Gwalior has emerged as one of the country’s most preferred tourist destinations. Its major attractions include the Jai Vilas Palace and Museum, Gwalior Fort and Sun Temple. The city is famous for Gajak, a dessert made of sesame seeds and jaggery, and Motichoor Ladoo, a sweet prepared using gram flour, sugar and garnishes. The best time to visit Gwalior is from October to March. During these months, the weather is quite pleasant and ideal for sightseeing.

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Gopachal Parvat

In the fort region of Gwalior, the Gopachal Parvat, also known as ‘Ek Patthar ki Bawadi’, is a unique attraction on the premises of the Gwalior Fort. The Gopachal Parvat comprises 100 huge rock-cut Jain monuments dating back to the 7th and 15th centuries. These monuments depict the life of 23 venerable Jain Tirthankaras, including Adinatha, Mahavir, Neminatha and Rishabhanatha.

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Gwalior Fort

Gwalior Fort is located on the Gopachal hill. The fort was made using sandstone and lime mortar. The fort was seized and controlled by many rulers in the past. The fort also houses two prominent palaces, Gujari Mahal and Man Mandir, built in the 15th century by Raja Man Singh Tomar.

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Jai Vilas Palace

Maharaja Jayajirao Scindia of the Maratha Scindia Dynasty constructed the Jai Vilas Palace in 1874. The palace is still home to the descendants of Shreenath Mahadji Scindia. In 1964, parts of the palace were converted into a museum. The Jai Vilas Palace and Museum is located inside the complex of the Gwalior Fort.

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Tansen Memorial

This monument of Tansen, one of Akbar’s Navaratnas, is a cornerstone of Hindustani classical music and a fine example of Mughal architecture. Tansen was one of India’s best musicians and an excellent vocalist in Akbar’s courts during the mediaeval period. The Tansen Music Festival (Tansen Samaroh) is held in Gwalior every year in December in honour of Tansen.

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Sun Temple

The architecture of the Sun temple is inspired by the famous Konark Sun Temple in Odisha. It is located near the Residency at Morar, around 5 km from the nearest railway station and bus stand. The temple was built in 1988 by GD Birla, a famous Indian industrialist, and is dedicated to the Sun God, Surya.

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Teli ka Mandir

The Teli ka Mandir, devoted to Lord Vishnu, stands 100-ft tall and is a temple built in the 11th century. The temple is a fusion of the Dravidian and Nagara styles of architecture. Teli ka Mandir is also located inside the complex of the Gwalior Fort. The major attraction of the temple is the image of Garuda, who was the vahana (mount) of Lord Vishnu.


About Madurai Airport

Located around 12 km south of Madurai’s city centre, Madurai airport is a passenger and customs airport in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. The IATA of the Madurai Airport is ‘IXM’. There are few international flights to countries such as Colombo, Dubai and Singapore from the Madurai Airport. The airport is well-connected to major Indian cities such as Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai and New Delhi. Established in 1957, Madurai Airport has two terminals situated adjacent to each other. The first terminal is the old terminal, and the second terminal is the newly integrated terminal, spanning an area of 17,600 sq m. Currently, domestic and international operations function from the integrated airport. Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet and SriLankan Airlines operate their flights from the Madurai Airport.

At the airport, facilities for passengers include beverage vending machines, car rental services, gift and souvenir shops, lounges and a food court. There are few leading branded outlets for shopping, such as Ramraj Cotton and MCR Textiles, available at the airport. There is a frequent city bus service from various bus stations in Madurai to the airport and vice- versa for passengers to travel. The other modes of transport include AAI-authorised Taxi services, app-based cab aggregator services, such as Ola, and auto rickshaws.

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About Madurai

Madurai, the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu, is centred around the Vaigai River. Madurai has a glorious history that dates back to the 3rd century BC. Madurai is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in the country. The most prominent tourist attractions include the Meenakshi Temple and Thirumalai Nayak Palace. The famous festivals in Madurai include the 10-day Meenakshi Thirukalyanam Festival celebrated every year, the Car Festival, Pongal (the harvest festival) and Jallikattu (a bull-taming sport).

Some famous culinary delicacies include idlis, dosas, idiyappam, kari dosai and elumbu roast. Plan a visit to Madurai somewhere between December and February. It is the winter and ideal season to explore the tourist spots in the city. The weather is quite pleasant during these months, with temperatures ranging between 20°C and 29°C. Madurai has good connectivity via road as many significant National Highways such as NH 7, NH 45B, NH 208 and NH 49 are well-connected to the city. If you prefer a train journey, there are direct trains from Madurai to many Indian cities, such as Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai.

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Gandhi Museum

Located inside the old Palace of Rani Mangammal, Gandhi Museum takes you through the moments of the Indian freedom struggle and the Gandhian movement. Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated the museum on 15 April 1959. The museum holds an exhibit of the blood-stained garment worn by Mahatma Gandhi during his assassination. 

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Meenakshi Amman Temple

Meenakshi Amman Temple, also known as Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple, is a temple complex spanning an area of around 60,000 sq m. The unique ‘Ayiramkaal Mandapam’, or the Hall of Thousand Pillars, will leave you spellbound. The HR and CE department of Tamil Nadu manages the temple. Tourists and devotees can visit this temple from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. 

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Thirumalai Nayak Palace

Built in 1636, Thirumalai Nayak Palace is located around 1.5 km from the Meenakshi Amman Temple. The palace was built by an Italian architect at the request of King Thirumalai Nayak. Every evening, sound and light shows are conducted at the palace. 

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Saint Mary’s Cathedral

Saint Mary’s Cathedral, also known as the Church of Our Lady of Dolours, was built by Fr. Garnier in 1841. The church’s marvellous architecture is a rare combination of European, Roman and Continental styles. One of the most attractive features of the cathedral include the majestic towers that are 42 m tall, and have bells and facades.

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Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam

Constructed by King Thirumalai Nayak in 1645 AD, Mariamman Teppakulam is a popular tourist attraction for devotees in Madurai. The temple pond complex comprises the Vigneshwara Temple, devoted to Lord Ganesha, and a small pond. The pond is surrounded by granite steps. 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct or connecting flights from Madurai to Gwalior. First, you have to catch a flight from Madurai to New Delhi. From New Delhi, you can travel to Gwalior by rail or road. 

The flight duration from Madurai to New Delhi is 3.5–9 hours, on average. 

It takes around 3.5–5 hours to travel from New Delhi to Gwalior by train.

The IATA codes of the Madurai Airport and Delhi Airport are ‘IXM’ and ‘DEL’, respectively.

The first flight from Madurai to New Delhi is currently operated by IndiGo, usually departing at 8:50 am. 

The last flight from Madurai to New Delhi is currently operated by IndiGo, usually departing at 10:55 pm.

The shortest time to fly from Madurai to New Delhi is approximately 3 hr 30 min.

The top 10 tourist places in Gwalior are Jai Vilas Palace, Sun Temple, Tomb of Tansen, Gwalior Fort, Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed, Patankar Bazaar, Gwalior Zoo, Saas Bahu Temples, Teli ka Mandir and Gujari Mahal.

The aerial distance between Madurai and New Delhi is 2594 km. 

Around 13–15 flights operate between Madurai and New Delhi daily.

On domestic flights, no airline serves alcohol. Airlines will serve you alcohol only on international flights. 

Yes, there are designated smoking areas inside the Madurai Airport. 

Generally, passengers are allowed to carry dry food in spill-proof containers. However, checking the guidelines on your airline’s official website is advisable.
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Airport Information

Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, Palam, New Delhi, 110037

Madurai Airport Rd, Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625022