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Patna to Jaipur Flights

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Adani One allows you to enjoy super-fast and hassle-free bookings while buying tickets online. Adani One provides a complete airfare calendar, making it simpler to select the best flights. Many airlines, including the country's leading domestic carriers, operate flights on the route from Patna to Jaipur. IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India operate nonstop and connecting flights from Patna to Jaipur. Deals and special offers on direct and connecting flights are updated regularly on the Adani One. If you also have a return date in mind, booking a return ticket to benefit from the savings is advisable. Use the Adani One app to select your Patna to Jaipur flight and get an attractive discount or rebate. All this with only a few clicks!

The nearest airport to Patna is the Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport, Patna, and for Jaipur, it is the Jaipur International Airport in Sanganer. SpiceJet, IndiGo, Air India, and Go First offer several connecting and direct flights from Patna to Jaipur every week. While direct flights from Patna to Jaipur are the most convenient, connecting flights with shorter layovers in cities such as Varanasi, Kolkata, Delhi, and Hyderabad can also be convenient. Adani One offers the cheapest flights from Patna to Jaipur. When planning your trip, consider offers, cashback, and special offers and discounts offered on Adani One. Around 15-18 flights connect Patna and Jaipur daily, with the shortest flight being approximately 2 hours. Book your Patna to Jaipur flight with Adani One today!

Flights from Patna to Jaipur


About Jaipur Airport

Jaipur International Airport or Sanganeer Airport (IATA: JAI; OACI: VIJP) serves Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital. In terms of daily scheduled flight operations, Jaipur receives considerably heavy traffic. It is located 13 km from Jaipur in Sanganer, a southern suburb. On December 29, 2005, the airport was given international status. It can accommodate 14 planes, and the new terminal building can seat 500 to 1,000 passengers. There are two terminals at Jaipur International Airport. Domestic and international arrivals and departures are handled by Terminal 1. This is the new terminal, outfitted with cutting-edge technology. Domestic carriers mainly use Terminal 2.

Jaipur International Airport, operated by Adani Enterprises, is a key airport in Rajasthan. The airport's entrance gate is made of Dholpur stones and sandstones. It displays Rajasthani paintings, offering travellers a sense of Rajasthani culture and traditions when they enter the airport. The airport has several retail outlets selling jewellery, stationery, and handicrafts. Meal options at the airport include fast food joints, cafes, and vending machines.

The new airport terminal features central heating systems, luggage carousels, an illuminated flight information display system, escalators, and parking. Other amenities at the airport include Wi-Fi, ATMs, car rentals, currency exchange desks, and child care rooms. Many destinations within the city are accessible by road (buses) and rail. Private taxis and auto-rickshaws are available outside the airport for quick transportation to any area in the city. The railway station is about 13 km from the airport, and buses and taxis are easily available.

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About Jaipur

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, was established in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II and is renowned as The Pink City. According to legend, the Prince of Wales went on a trip to India in 1876. And since pink was associated with hospitality, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur coloured the entire city pink. It has a rich history and culture. The city’s vast gardens, majestic forts, and palaces bring a bygone era to life. Jaipur's busy bazaars, renowned for Rajasthani jewellery, textiles, and shoes, have a timeless appeal and are a goldmine for shopping enthusiasts, attracting travellers from around the world.

Jaipur is the country’s first planned city, designed by Vidyadhar Bhattacharya. Jaipur rose magnificently, with Nahargarh, Jaigarh, and Garh Ganesh Temple standing gloriously in the background. The lively, modern metropolis is part of the three cities forming The Golden Triangle, with the other two being Delhi and Agra. Jaipur is among Asia's top diamond, gold, and stone jewellery exporters.

Jaipur is a friendly and welcoming city. It is known for its colourful outfits and intricately carved jewellery. Folk music and dance are other prominent attractions. Jaipur has delectable preparations such as the Dal Bati Churma, Missi Roti, and the extraordinarily huge Pyaaz Kachori. The temperature in Jaipur remains quite high throughout the year.

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Amber Fort

Raja Man Singh, the Rajput commanding officer of Akbar's army, built Amber Palace, also known as Amber Fort, in 1592 AD. The Amer Fort, located on a hillside in Jaipur, is one of India's most spectacular palaces. The fort is a well-known historical landmark and a fine example of Rajputana architectural style.

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Nahargarh Fort

The fort was built in 1734 by Sawai Jai Singh II, formerly the Maharaja of Jaipur. Also, it was initially named Sudarshangarh before being officially called Nahargarh. Furthermore, Nahargarh, which means the abode of tigers, was a formidable barrier that protected Jaipur from attackers. Nahargarh Fort, located in the majestic Aravalli Range, offers a magnificent aerial view of Jaipur. It is a must-visit spot.

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Jaigarh Fort

The Jaigarh Fort is a lavish structure atop the Cheel ka Teela in Jaipur. It is renowned for the Jaivana Cannon, the world's biggest cannon. Sawai Jai Singh II constructed the fort in 1726 to safeguard Amer Fort. This location, also recognised as The Victory Fort, served as a storage facility for artillery, arms, weapons, and ammunition.

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City Palace

This palace's construction is a magnificent combination of Rajput and Mughal architecture. It has a unique appeal due to the beautiful engravings and artwork. Every aspect of this castle represents the Rajputana splendour, with huge gardens, courtyards, pavilions, royal residences, and art galleries forming part of the structure. The palace also has a museum with royal apparel worn by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II and Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I on display.

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Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal (Water Palace) is a phenomenal structure that appears to float on the majestic Man Sagar Lake. It is not too tall, with four dome-shaped pillars at each edge and a large one at the centre. It is among the most magnificent structures in Jaipur.

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Albert Hall Museum

The Albert Hall Museum in Jaipur is among the state museums of Rajasthan and is one of the earliest in the state. Located in Ram Niwas Garden outside the city wall (opposite New Gate), it is an excellent example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. It is also known as the Government Central Museum.


About Patna Airport

Patna Airport (IATA code - PAT) is officially called the Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport. It was constructed in 1973 and operated several domestic flights. According to statistics, it is among the top 50 busiest airports in India. It receives domestic and international air traffic. The Airports Authority of India manages the airport. Due to growing domestic air travel, the airport receives passengers from all parts of the country, as it serves several cities in the north. Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, etc., are connected to Patna by air. Air India, Go First, Indigo, etc., operate flights out of this airport.

Passenger services at the airport include payphone booths, ATMs, snack counters, information kiosks, and foreign exchange desks. A support desk in the Departures area provides information to tourists. An air ticket and hotel booking kiosk are located in the Arrivals area. Free baggage trolleys help passengers transport their bags easily. Wheelchairs are available on request. A bookstore and a gift shop are available at the airport if you wish to buy souvenirs.

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About Patna

Patna is Bihar's capital and the second biggest city in eastern India. Located between three holy rivers, Ganga, Sone, and Poonpun, Patna's journey is quite fascinating. The city has a golden past that emerged into a lively metropolis. According to legend, Ganga stood in awe as Buddha blessed this land. It is a region that the greatest emperors of India ruled and the most exemplary saints taught, and it belongs to the set of cities with regal heritage. Patna's original name was Pataliputra, and it dates back to 600 BC. Kusumpura (as Patna was known at the time) was the capital of the great Mauryan emperor, Ashoka. The city was called Pushpapuri, Pataliputra, and Azeemabad before being called Patna. Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, was born in Patna.

With real estate developing rapidly, Patna has everything—shopping malls, theatres, enterprises, and restaurants. It offers a vibrant urban lifestyle and is a tourist’s delight. Patna preserves its historical appeal. It is easily accessible by road (NH 30) and is among the primary routes on the Eastern Railway line. It also has an international airport with flights to Southeast Asia.

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This striking beehive-shaped tower is an iconic monument in Patna. Golghar, a one-of-a-kind whitewashed dome with a spiral stairway, was built in 1786 by Captain John Garstin as a granary for the British soldiers camping in the city. The most astounding aspect of this structure is that the massive dome, with a height of 29 m and a diameter of 125 m, is not supported by any structural reinforcements.

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Japanese Peace Pagoda

This is a 125-foot-tall statue excavated in 1969 by Buddh Vihar. This gorgeous white Stupa is surrounded by shrubs and flowers. A beautiful pond nearby allows visitors to enjoy boating. Around the Stupa, a gallery houses artefacts discovered during excavation.

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Patna Sahib

Takht Sri Patna Sahib, also referred to as Takhat Sri Harimandir Ji, is a Gurdwara in Patna. It was built to honour Guru Gobind Singh’s birthplace in December 1666. The shrine, a symbol of heroism and fearlessness, inspires devotees. It holds a position of pride in Patna’s glorious history.

Frequently Asked Questions

Approximately 20 flights operate every day from Patna to Jaipur. A single direct flight and 19 connecting flights operate on this route. Indigo, Go First, Air India, and SpiceJet mainly operate flights on this route.

The first Patna to Jaipur flight is Indigo 6E 6962/6E 913 at 1:40 am.

The shortest flight from Patna to Jaipur takes a little over 2 hours.

The IATA code for Patna Airport is PAT. Jaipur International Airport’s IATA code is JAI.

The most popular carriers on the Patna to Jaipur flight route are Indigo, GoFirst, Air India, and SpiceJet.

Different airlines have different policies about carrying food on flights. Dry food products are generally allowed by airlines. Please read the airline's policy before boarding your flight from Patna to Jaipur.

Passengers flying economy from Patna to Jaipur are usually allowed to bring up to 7 kg as cabin baggage and 15 kg as check-in luggage. Please read the airline’s policy.

Duty-free shops at the airport sell a wide range of goods, including cosmetic products, chocolates, handicrafts, books, presents, clothing, etc.

Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport is connected by buses, taxis, and cabs to various parts of the town.

Yes. It is safe. The Airports Authority of India administers safety measures at the airport.

You can book Patna to Jaipur flights through the Adani platform/app.

Indigo operates direct flights from Patna to Jaipur.

Jaipur is famous for stone jewellery, textiles, lac bangles, rugs, gemstones, Rajasthani paintings, and leather items.

Madhubani paintings, bead jewellery, leather items, and wall hangings.

Between November and January is the ideal time to visit Jaipur.
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Airport Information

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

Patna Shaheed Pir Ali Khan Marg, Bhatpura village, Sheikhpura, Patna, Bihar 800014