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Nagpur to Jaipur Flights

Are you looking for a Nagpur to Jaipur flight? Adani One booking portal is at your disposal, allowing you to explore flights bound for several destinations in India and abroad. With Adani One, choose the best flights at the most reasonable prices.

Our portal displays cheap flight tickets for flights from IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia. You can book tickets directly from this page on our website using an easy-to-navigate booking form. This will save you both time and money instead of manually searching each airline's website individually. Book a return ticket if you have finalised a return date and take advantage of the corresponding discounts. Book tickets on Adani One now!

As of now, there is no direct flight between Nagpur and Jaipur. However, several IndiGo and Air India connecting (one-stop) flights operate on the Nagpur to Jaipur route every week. Although direct flights are the most convenient, some connecting flights have short layovers and operate via cities like Indore, Delhi, and Mumbai. One-stop flights usually take around 5 to 6 hours, including a short layover. Adani One will display the list of the cheapest flights to help you get the lowest airfare. Check out the air ticket deals, cashback options, and offers and discounts while booking your flight.

There are several options for Nagpur to Jaipur flights. Approximately 8 to 10 flights operate between these cities every day, and the shortest one-stop connecting flight takes about 6 hours. Take a look at Adani One airfare calendar and book your Nagpur to Jaipur flight on Adani One today!

Flights from Nagpur to Jaipur


About Jaipur International Airport

The Jaipur International Airport (IATA code: JAI), managed by Adani Enterprises, is one of the major airports in Rajasthan. It is situated about 10 km from the city centre in Sanganer, a suburb. Along with comprehensive connectivity to many major airports in the country, it also receives flights operating on international routes, such as Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, and Bangkok.

There are two terminals. While Terminal 1, earlier dedicated to international flights, is under renovation and is not functional. The newly built Terminal 2 handles all flight operations. It was opened in 2009. It is equipped with modern facilities for tourists flying in or out of Jaipur. The airport has many food and beverage outlets, retail stores, car rental services, passenger lounges, etc.

With a passenger handling capacity of 500 during peak hours, the airport has 14 check-in counters, six immigration counters, and four custom counters. Domestic airlines like Indigo, Air India, and Go First operate out of the Jaipur International Airport. Currently, there is no public transport connecting the city to the airport. However, you can easily reach the airport by prepaid taxis, app-based cars, or auto-rickshaws.

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About Jaipur

Jaipur, also called the "Pink City", is the capital of Rajasthan. The beautiful city is a perfect amalgamation of rustic charm and modern vibes. It is famous for its rich culture, gems, religious places, and historical forts, including a couple of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city holds the distinction of being the first-ever planned city in India. The bustling town offers modern amenities, including some of the world's best exotic hotels and resorts. No wonder it receives tourists from around the world.

Along with Delhi and Agra, Jaipur completes the Golden Triangle of popular tourist destinations in the north. Jaipur is well-connected by rail and road. It also has an international airport, a 30-minute drive from the city centre. Jaipur International Airport connects the city to the country’s major cities and acts as a gateway to Rajasthan. Travelling within the city is also convenient. You can choose from auto-rickshaws, taxis, car rentals, and app-based cabs.

The foundation of this dynamic city was laid in 1727 by Raja Jai Singh II. Rajputs ruled it for centuries. In 1876, King Ram Singh painted the entire city pink to welcome the Prince of Wales.

Rajasthan is one of the hottest states in India, and summers are scorching in Jaipur. The monsoon season is also hot and humid. Hence, it is not a good time for sightseeing. The best time to visit Jaipur is between October and March during the winter season. The temperature in winter ranges between 22°C and 8°C. Plan to trip to Jaipur in January. It is the month of the famous kite festival and Jaipur Literary Fest. Don't forget to taste the special Rajasthani thali, Dal Baati Churma, Pyaaz Kachori, and Ghevar.

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Akshardham Temple

The temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, also known as Swami Narayan. It showcases brilliant architecture and beautiful gardens. There are no entry fees, and one can visit this temple located in the heart of the city from 7 am to 8 pm. The restaurant on the temple premises offers delicious south Indian food. Cameras and mobile phones are not allowed inside the Akshardham Temple.

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Amer Fort

Also known as Amber Palace, located atop the Aravalli Hills, Amer Fort is a must-visit place. It is around 12 km from the city centre. The main attraction is the Sheesh Mahal or Glass Palace and a beautiful central garden. You can hire cabs/cars that take you to the entrance. The path is slightly steep, and if you love adventure, you may consider an elephant ride instead of cars to climb the hill. A guided tour is recommended to learn about the history, significance, and folklore surrounding the Amer Fort.

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Chokhi Dhani

The luxury heritage resort is a popular spot located 17 km on Tonk Road. It showcases Rajasthani tradition, arts, food, etc. You can enjoy folk dance, camel rides, puppet shows, magic shows, and horse riding. Chokhi Dani is a one-of-a-kind experience for anyone visiting Jaipur.

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Hawa Mahal

Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh built this architectural wonder in 1799. Located within the city, just next to City Palace, is a five-story building with 933 small windows. It was designed for women of the royal family. Hawa Mahal translates to Palace of Wind, and its design ensures the flow of cool breeze across the structure. It also houses a small museum. It is open to visitors from 9 am to 4:30 pm.

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Jal Mahal

Another marvel in Jaipur, the Jal Mahal or the water palace, is situated right in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. It is the perfect place to include while visiting Nahargarh Fort and Amer Fort. It is among the most photographed monuments in India. It is lit up in the evenings, offering a splendid view of the structure. You can enjoy street food at roadside eateries or grab a cup of tea and spend some quiet time walking in this area. Though it seems that the building only has a single storey, several submerged floors make it intriguing.

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Nahargarh Fort

The famous fort is located on the outskirts of Jaipur. Along with Amer and Jaigarth fort, Nahargarh Fort acted as a defence wall for ruling kings. You can spend around 1 to 4 hours here, experience the city’s culture and history, and eat delicious food at the famous "Padao'' restaurant, which means "Stopover". The best thing about this place is that it is on a hilltop and gives a panoramic view of the entire city—a must-visit site in Jaipur.


About Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, Nagpur

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (IATA Code: NAG) is a major international airport in Nagpur, Maharashtra. Located in Sonegaon, about 8 km from the city centre, the airport sees significant passenger traffic. It manages around 8,500 passengers every day.

Nagpur International Airport has an integrated terminal. Terminal 1 handles domestic and international flights. The airport is a focus city for Indigo and Go First. It connects Nagpur to 11 major domestic airports via direct flights. It also serves international passengers flying to Sharjah and Doha. The terminal building houses many amenities, such as VIP lounges, premium business lounges, and duty-free shops.

The airport offers a wide range of services for passenger comfort and convenience, including ATMs, free Wi-Fi, foreign exchange desks, baggage trolleys, baggage wrapping services, and mobile charging points. You will also find restaurants, cafés, and shopping centres.

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About Nagpur

Nagpur is the second-largest city in Maharashtra and is known as the "Orange City." It is famous for orange production. The city is a major commercial hub, especially pharmaceutical and manufacturing. Although the city attracts business travellers, it has many tourist spots, including ancient temples, lakes, monuments, gardens, wildlife sanctuaries, etc.

Interestingly, it has an eminent site called the Zero Mile. The area was ruled by the Gonds and later acquired by the Marathas in the mid-1700s. It was ruled by the Maratha Empire until the British came along. Nagpur is in the Vidarbha district, and it became part of Maharashtra later.

Nagpur also has DeekshaBhoomi, the site where Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar turned to Buddhism. Summers in Nagpur are scorching, and the temperature can easily touch 45°C. The city also receives considerable rainfall during the monsoon season. Hence, the most suitable time to explore the city is between October and March.

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Khindsi Lake

Khindsi Lake is around 40 km from Ramtek. At this perfect picnic spot in Nagpur, one can enjoy the beautiful landscapes, water sports, and boating. You can find good accommodation options if you wish to stay here.

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Pench Tiger Reserve

This is a must-visit reserve for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Located near the Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra border, this forest extends across these states. It is around 105 km from Nagpur, and you may reach this place by road in about 2 hours.

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Swaminarayan Temple

This is also called the Akshardham Temple, located on Ring Road and known for its beautiful architecture and greenery. It has ample parking space. The kitchen here serves the famous "Swaminarayan Khichdi".

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Ambazari Lake

The largest lake in Nagpur is located around 6 km from the city centre. The lake was built in 1870 and named after "Amba" or mango trees in the region. It offers various boating options alongside a well-maintained garden.

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 8 to 10 flights fly between Nagpur and Hyderabad every day.

The first Nagpur to Jaipur flight is Indigo 6E 7109/7318 at 6:15 am, with a halt at Indore.

The shortest one-stop flight from Nagpur to Jaipur takes a little over 5 hours.

The IATA code for Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport is NAG. The code for Jaipur International Airport is JAI.

Indigo operates the maximum number of flights on the Nagpur to Jaipur route, followed by Air India and Go First.

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline's policy for more information on bringing food items during your travel from Nagpur to Jaipur. Usually, airlines allow passengers to carry dry food items.

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage while flying economy from Nagpur to Jaipur. Air India flights from Nagpur to Jaipur allow 8 kg of cabin baggage and 20 kg of check-in luggage. The weight limit varies from airline to airline and the class of travel.

Yes, there are duty-free shops at the airport in Nagpur. However, only international travellers can shop at duty-free shops.

You can take a prepaid taxi or auto or app-based car rentals to the terminal building.

Jaipur International Airport is on Airport Road, Sanganer, Rajasthan 302029. It is about 10 km from the city centre.

Yes. You can take flights to Sharjah and other countries in the Middle East from Jaipur International Airport. There are several flights bound for Sharjah.

Yes. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and a major tourist hub in the north. The airport follows Covid-19 safety guidelines.

The last Nagpur to Jaipur flight is Indigo 6E 5311/5247 at 11:10 pm, with a halt at Mumbai.

There are no direct flights from Nagpur to Jaipur. However, there are several short connecting flights on this route.
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Airport Information

Jaipur Jaipur International Airport Airport Rd, Sanganer, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302029

Nagpur Sonegaon, Nagpur, Maharashtra 440005