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Nashik To Vijayawada Flights

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Are you looking for a flight from Nashik to Vijayawada? You are at the right place. Adani One, the one-stop platform for booking flight tickets online, shall make your flight ticket booking process easier than ever before. All you need to do is log on to Adani One, and provide the names of the source and destination cities, along with the preferred date of travel. Adani One shall display a detailed airfare calendar that lists the most prominent domestic airlines like IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet, AirAsia etc., from which you can choose the flight that best suits your budget and other preferences. Opting for a round-trip booking can get you the best flight ticket offers available. You can avail of better air ticket deals including discounted airfares and cashback offers by booking tickets in advance. Currently, there are no flights from Nashik to Vijayawada. However, one can take a taxi from Nashik to Mumbai, located about 166 km from Nashik, and then a flight from Mumbai to Vijayawada. Several connecting flights are available from Mumbai to Vijayawada. The minimum time to travel from Mumbai to Vijayawada via flight is approximately 5 hr 5 min. So, log on to Adani One for more details and book your Nashik to Vijayawada flight ticket today.

Flights from Nashik to Vijayawada


About Vijayawada Airport

Vijayawada airport, known as NTR Amaravati Airport (IATA: VGA), is an international airport spread over 500 acres. Earlier, it facilitated domestic travel and connected the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region to other states. However, the Chief Minister outlined plans to establish a new airport in 2015. It is about 17 km from the city in the Gannavaram region, where NH-16 connects Chennai to Kolkata pass-through. The airport was an army base during the Second World War. The airport has a single terminal spread over 850 sq m and a capacity of 50 for arrivals and 100 for departures. With one boarding gate on the ground floor, the terminal offers nine check-ins and one security counter. Air India, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, and Air Costa are some of the frequent airlines operating here. The airport features a Meet and Greet for visitors, a child care room, wheelchairs, trolleys, lounge facilities, medical and first-aid, a smokers lounge, charging points, lost and found baggage, Wi-Fi, and ATM. Meanwhile, small food stalls, cafes, and diners serve the passengers. Fliers can reach the city conveniently via taxis and buses.

About Vijayawada

Vijayawada, located on the banks of the Krishna River, is an ISO 37120 Platinum level certified city and comes in the Global Cities Registry. Previously known as Bezawada, its name translates to "place of victory." It lies approximately 39 ft above sea level with small and medium hillocks adorning the plain lands. Guntur district, located near Vijayawada, holds the world's prominent agricultural market yard. Kollur mine, located on the banks of the Krishna River, is rumoured to be the bearer of the striking Kohinoor diamond. Lastly, it is the only city bordered by two rivers and with three canals running through it. It exhibits a significant history and has its name etched in the stone age inscriptions. Legend says Goddess Durga killed a demon and took shelter here. And that is precisely how the city got its name. Further, mythological records claim that Lord Shiva blessed Arjuna at the top of Indrakeeladri Hill, and later Arjuna established Vijayawada. Vijayawada is the commercial headquarters of Andhra Pradesh, and it has transformed from being "the Educational Sahara" to a "Global City of the Future." The city has the second-biggest railway junction in India and is a crucial connectivity hub for the entire South railway network. It has witnessed various cultural and economic changes and is home to over 1 million people.


About Nashik Airport

Nashik Airport, formerly known as Ozar Airport (IATA: ISK), links the city with other states. Located 22 km northeast of Nashik, it is one of the major airports in India. It currently operates domestic flights but plans to initiate international travel. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited owns the airport and uses it to develop, test, and build aircraft for the Indian Armed Forces. The government's Vayudoot aircraft used to run at this airport in the 1980s. The company signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Maharashtra Government to upgrade the airport in 2011. The new terminal spreads over 8,200 sq m and accommodates 300 passengers, and the runway is about 3,500-ft long. Airlines like Jet Airways, Indian Airlines, SpiceJet, Alliance Air, and TruJet operate regular flights from Nashik. The Airport Authority of India (AAI) handles the activities and ensures that passengers are comfortable. There is a seating capacity for 200 international passengers. From baggage service and eat and dine options to duty-free shopping, passengers can breeze their waiting time smoothly. Passengers can reach the city via rail and bus services. The bus stand is approximately 3 km from the airport. One can book a cab or taxi or use the local trains to get to the nearest hotel or residence.

About Nashik

Nashik is located about 171 km from Mumbai and 210 km from Pune in northwest Maharashtra. The third-largest city in the state, it lies in the western Ghats, spread over 15.5 sq km, along the banks of the Godavari River. The city houses more than a million people and offers good connectivity via buses, trains, and taxis. The government has notably added Nashik to the list of cities under the Smart City Challenge. Earlier, it was known as Panchvati, Jonathan, and Trinket. It is believed that Lord Lakshmana cut off the nose of Surpanakha in Nashik. It is also the place where Lord Rama resided with his wife and brother during exile. The city is a touchpoint for many owing to its vibrant and traditional culture and ethos. Nashik hosts the renowned Kumbh Mela every 12 years. It is also the starting point of Trimbakeshwar and Shirdi, two popular pilgrim towns associated with Saint Shri Sai Baba. It is also well-known for exquisite wineries and vineyards and therefore carries the title of ‘Wine Capital of India’. Tourists can relish wine-tasting tours and stroll through the streets to collect valuable souvenirs.

Frequently Asked Questions

The name is derived from the word 'Vijaya,' which means victory. It is believed that Goddess Durga rested here after killing a demon.

Vipassana International Academy, also known as Dhamma Giri, is located about 137 km from Mumbai via the Mumbai-Nashik Central Railway route. One can take a taxi or walk the rest 10-15 minutes distance. 

Shirdi is about 95 km from Nashik via road and  takes around 2 hr of travel.

Vijayawada is about 274 km away from the capital city of Hyderabad.

Nashik is a blissful city located on the banks of the Godavari River. It offers an enchanting panorama and a pleasant climate.

Yes, Vijayawada is the third largest city in Andhra Pradesh. 

Chandrababu Naidu, former Chief Minister, declared the new capital of Andhra Pradesh in the fertile Vijayawada region in 2014. It is a part of the state's capital region.

Although English and Hindi are commonly used in the city, Telugu is the main language and also, the local language of residents.

Traditional South Indian cuisine is trendy in Vijayawada. The city serves healthy and authentic idli, pulihora, mirchi bajji, rava dosa, and killi, among other delicacies. 

Nashik is well known for its religious significance, owing to being the site of Kumbh Mela. It is also known for its temples and mosques, along with naturally beautiful hill slopes and rivers. 

Marathi is the official language of the city. Hindi and English are the other languages that are in use in Nashik. 

Vijayawada is well-known for its natural beauty, ancient temples, marvellous architecture, eye-catching landscapes, and various accessories and sarees sold in street shops.

Sadhana Misal, Grape Embassy and Zatka Misal, Shamsundar Misal, Nikhara Misal Nashik, and Peruchi Wadi offer delicious misal pav in the city. 

Ramkund, also known as Ganga Ghat, is a holy bathing ghat in Nashik. It is believed that Lord Rama bathed here during his exile. 

The city is rich in spirituality. It is said that Lord Rama spent a significant time of his exile in Nashik with his wife and brother.
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Airport Information

Nashik Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Ozar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422221

Vijayawada NH16, Gannavaram, Andhra Pradesh 521102