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Patna to Jaisalmer Flights

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You can view a list of flights and select the most suitable and affordable one. There are several deals, discounts, and cashback offers you can avail of during booking. The aerial distance between Patna to Jaisalmer is 1432 km. Air travel from Patna to Jaisalmer takes about 4 hours and 25 minutes. About 4 flights operate from Patna to Jaisalmer every day. SpiceJet is the leading airline on this route. Take a look at the airfare calendar and complete your Patna to Jaisalmer flight booking on Adani One today!

Flights from Patna to Jaisalmer


About Jaisalmer Airport

Jaisalmer Airport (IATA: JSA, ICAO: VIJR) is situated 12.6 km from the city centre of Jaisalmer. The airport is a civil enclave. The airport has one runway, 9,000 ft long and 150 ft. wide. The Airports Authority of India completed the new terminal in 2013. The airport restarted civil aviation operations in September 2017 after the construction of a new terminal building. The Indian government's Regional Connectivity Scheme funds the project. Only domestic flights operate from the airport.

Passengers will find all the basic services at the airport, including speedy check-in and immigration, tourism information, restaurants and shopping options, food stalls, and conference centres.

Currently, regular flights connect Jaisalmer to cities like New Delhi and Jaipur directly. Jaisalmer Airport is well-linked to the city via regular taxis, prepaid taxis, and auto rickshaws.

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About Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is located in western Rajasthan, India. It is located within the Thar Desert's southern region. In 1156, Rajput king Rawal Jaisal established the city and named it after himself—Jaisalmer. The city boasts a rich history with several dynasties having ruled the place. Jaisalmer is a historic mediaeval commerce town as well as a princely state. It's regarded as the ‘Golden City’ because of its yellow sandstone buildings.

Rajasthani is the local language of the city. However, a majority of people in Jaisalmer primarily communicate in Hindi. Many understand the English language as well.

Some of the popular dishes of the local cuisine are Gatte ki Sabzi, Ghotua Ladoos, Mutton Saag, Pyaaz ki Kachori, Dal Bati Churma, and many more.

Jaisalmer is known for its colourful festivals. The Desert Festival, which takes place in February, is one of Jaisalmer's most important local festivals. One can witness camel racing, ethnic folk dances, and turban-tying contests at this festival. Furthermore, one will come across performing arts such as Kalbelia dances.

The city of Jaisalmer is home to the Jaisalmer Fort. It is considered the world’s only ‘living fort’.

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Jain Temples in Jaisalmer

The carvings in these exquisite temples within the Jaisalmer Fort walls depict sages, hermits, animals, and other themes. Built in the Dilwara style, the temples are dedicated to Jain 'Tirthankaras'.

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Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort contains houses, temples, stores, and eateries. Over 3,000 people live within the walls of the fort. It provides a breathtaking panoramic view of Jaisalmer's golden-hued cityscape. Also known as Sonar Quila, it is the most visited tourist attraction in Jaisalmer.

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Salim Singh Ki Haveli

Salim Singh Ki Haveli is noteworthy for its unique design among Jaisalmer's havelis. Salim Singh, who was the minister at the time, intended the haveli to be as high as the fort. The haveli has 38 balconies, each with a unique architectural style, and a roof shaped like a dancing peacock.

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Gadisar Lake

Raja Rawal Jaisal built the Gadisar Lake, and it was later rebuilt by Maharawal Garsi in 1367 AD. The entrance to the lake is via a beautifully carved yellow sandstone archway called Tilon Ki Pol. The lake's banks are lined with monasteries, holy sites, and chattris.

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Tazia Tower and Badal Palace

The five-storey Tazia Tower, part of the gorgeous Badal Palace complex, has elaborate designs on the walls. The architecture is a combination of Mughal and Rajput styles. The Badal Palace, comprising a group of buildings, appears like a cloud near the Amar Sagar Gate; hence, the name Badal.

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Thar Heritage Museum

The Thar Heritage Museum was established by Laxmi Narayan Khatri. Situated in the city's main bazaar, it exhibits the history, culture, art, and architecture of the Thar Desert. The ancient sea fossils on display reveal how a sea turned into the Thar Desert.


About Patna Airport

The Jayprakash Narayan Airport (IATA: PAT, ICAO: VEPT) is a commercial airport in Patna, Bihar's state capital. It is named after Jayprakash Narayan, a renowned freedom fighter. Located 5 km southwest of the city, It is one of India’s busiest airports. To handle the growing number of travellers, Patna Airport is currently expanding. Patna Airport has two passenger terminals. Domestic operations are handled by Terminal 1, whereas Terminal 2 handles international traffic.

Patna Airport provides many amenities for the convenience of passengers. The airport has luggage carts for easy transportation. You can also file a claim for your misplaced luggage at the lost and found counter. There is also a bank ATM, a post office, a tourism information desk, and a currency exchange counter. There is an Executive Lounge at the airport that serves delectable cuisine and beverages. The airport does not have any duty-free shops. However, a variety of other items are available at retail prices.

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About Patna

Patna is the capital of Bihar and one of the oldest inhabited cities in India. The city stretches along the south bank of the river Ganga. Patna was established in 490 BCE by the rulers of Magadha. Patna, formerly referred to as Pataliputra, was the capital of the Magadha Empire. Pataliputra was a centre for education and beautiful arts. One of the main tourist spots in the city is the Bihar Museum.

The official language of Bihar is Hindi. However, the native language is Magahi, and other languages such as Bajjikaa, Bhojpuri, Maithili, and Angika are also spoken by the locals.

The city’s food includes a combination of Bengali and North Indian cuisines. The most popular dishes are Litti-chokha and Khichdi.

The Sonepur Mela, Pitrapaksha Mela, Kite Festival, and Chhatth Puja are the most important festivals in Patna. Folk melodies and dances are also well-known.

Patna blends old-world beauty with modernity. The city has a lot to offer to a wide range of travellers — from spiritual seekers and history lovers to enthusiasts of architecture and shopping.

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This striking beehive-shaped edifice is Patna's most famous landmark. Golghar, a whitish dome with just a spiral stairway, was built by Captain John Garstin in 1786 as a granary for the British soldiers. The most astounding aspect of this construction is that the massive dome, 29 metres tall and 125 metres in diameter, stands without any pillars!

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Kesariya Stupa, East Champaran

It is considered the world's tallest and largest excavated Buddhist stupa. About 120 km from Patna, this Stupa stands tall at a massive 104 feet. It is believed that the Stupa was built by Licchivis of Vaishali.

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Khuda Bakhsh Oriental Public Library

The Khuda Bakhsh Public Library in Patna houses books such as Maharaja Ranjit Singh's military reports, Timur Namas and Jehangir Namas, works on Persian poetry and Sufism, and even some old medical texts, among other things. Since this is one of India's few national libraries, it holds numerous rare hand-illustrated manuscripts, printed volumes, and magnificent paintings from the Rajput and Mughal periods.

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Mahavir Mandir

Patna's Mahavir Temple, one of the largest temples dedicated to Lord Hanuman, is a quiet oasis in a bustling urban jungle. The temple, presumably constructed in the 17th century, gained prominence after India's partition in 1947. The temple also houses a 'floating stone' from the famous Ram Setu, in addition to Lord Hanuman's magnificent idol.

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Patna Planetarium

The Indira Gandhi Planetarium is part of the Indira Gandhi Science Complex in Patna. It features various entertaining activities such as exhibitions, film screenings, and seminars on astronomy and related subjects. It also has a state-of-the-art projection system.

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Revolving Restaurant

The country's largest revolving restaurant is located on the 18th level of Biskoman Bhawan, Patna's tallest building. With the help of German technology, the restaurant completes one revolution in 45–60 or 90 mins, as planned.

Frequently Asked Questions

The city's majestic fort, which contains houses, temples, stores, and eateries, makes the city unique. Over 4,000 people live within the walls of the fort. Patwon Ki Haveli, Sadar Bazar, and Desert National Park are some of the other popular spots in Jaisalmer.

The tallest statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the Gandhi Maidan is Patna’s most prominent feature. The Gandhi Maidan is a prominent illustration of Patna's reputation for being the epicentre of major historical events. This maidan is one of India's most well-known historical sites.

Some well-known places to visit in Jaisalmer are Kuldhara, Akal Wood Fossil Park, Badal Mahal, Raja ka Mahal, Desert National Park and Sanctuary, Silk Route Art Gallery, and Jaisalmer War Museum.

Established in the 5th century BC, Patna is a historic city and was initially known as Patiliputra. This modern metropolis is surrounded by magnificent ruins. The city has many monasteries, temples, and museums worth visiting.

Malpua is Bihar’s most famous sweet dish made with maida, milk, bananas, cashew nuts, peanuts, raisins, sugar, and water.

With four boarding gates, the airport serves major Indian destinations such as Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru.

Litti chokha is Bihar’s most famous dish.

The airport code for Jaisalmer is JSA.

The airport code for Patna is PAT.

Patna Airport is officially known as Jaiprakash Narayan Airport.

Maurya Lok Complex, Patna Market, as well as Hathwa Market are three of Patna's most renowned shopping destinations.

To visit Jaisalmer properly, two nights and three days are ideal, but it depends on your plans for the trip.

October to March is an ideal time to visit Patna.

The best time to visit Jaisalmer is from October to March.
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Airport Information

Jaisalmer Air Force School Rd, Shastri Nagar, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

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