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Port Blair To Visakhapatnam Flights

Port Blair To Visakhapatnam Flights

Adani's one-stop platform is perfect for booking affordable air tickets from Port Blair To Visakhapatnam. The Adani One platform allows you to book flight tickets to any city you desire. Many domestic flights from major airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, Jet Airways, etc., can be easily found on its list. The platform also offers several air ticket deals, cashback offers, discounted airfares, and flight ticket offers. Adani One also provides an airfare calendar to travellers to simplify their flight ticket booking. It is advisable to book a return flight if one has a pre-decided timeframe for their trip to cultivate the maximum benefits. Currently, there are 11 flights from Port Blair To Visakhapatnam. The connecting flight has a layover at Kolkata, New Delhi, and Hyderabad, with the flight duration contingent on the layover. The average flight from Port Blair To Visakhapatnam takes 2 hours and 10 minutes. Check out Adani One to book your Port Blair To Visakhapatnam flight ticket today!

Flights from Port Blair to Visakhapatnam


About Visakhapatnam Airport

Visakhapatnam International Airport is the gateway to Visakhapatnam, also known as "The Jewel of the East Coast." It is the second busiest airport in Andhra Pradesh. This airport is about 7 km from Visakhapatnam and is managed jointly by the Airports Authority of India and the Indian Navy. Visakhapatnam International Airport IATA code is VTZ. This airport was initially built as a customs airport; however, in 1999, it began operating low-traffic domestic flights. However, over the last decade, the airport has seen runway extensions, tremendous expansions, and the start of international flight services. Visakhapatnam Airport has a single terminal that serves both domestic and international flights. This terminal, however, was redeveloped in 1999 to accommodate increased passenger traffic and mobility. The airport has 20 check-in counters and a passenger capacity of 700. Visakhapatnam Airport provides special lounges, child-care centres, high-tech baggage assistance, currency exchange offices, bars, and clinical rooms for the comfort of passengers. The airport is well-air-conditioned. It also has a parking lot for 200 two-wheelers and over 300 cars. Integrated X-ray scanners with advanced technology have been installed to provide maximum security to passengers. Duty-free shops and a spa are available on airport grounds to purchase last-minute souvenirs, gifts, and clothing. Bus and taxi services connect the airport to the city. The Sagar Nagar bus stop is only 18.5 km from the airport, and the city's railway station is about 7 km away.

About Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam, also known as Vizag, is an old port city in Andhra Pradesh's northeastern region. Visakhapatnam has a rich cultural history and is known for its beautiful beaches and serene landscape. The oldest shipyard in India is located in this port city. The city of Visakhapatnam was named after Lord Vishakha, the god of war and valour. According to local legend, the town was named Visakhapatnam by an Andhra king between the 9th and 11th centuries. Many dynasties, including the Chanakya, Cholas, Kalingas, and Golconda Nawabs, have ruled Visakhapatnam. The French captured it near the end of the 18th century. Following India's independence in 1947, Vishkhaptnam became a major port in India and the home of the Indian Navy's Eastern Naval Command. Following India's independence in 1947, Visakhapatnam became a major port and the headquarters of the Indian Navy's Eastern Naval Command. Most people in Visakhapatnam speak Telugu, while a few also speak Odia, Urdu and Bengali. The Vishakha Utsav, Lumbini Festival, and Rushikonda Beach Festival are among the most well-known festivals held here. Visakhapatnam is home to classical dance forms such as Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam, and Carnatic music. Visakhapatnam is at a prime location linked to surrounding areas by water, land, and air. The Vishakhapatnam Airport, Golden Quadrilateral, the seaport, and one of India's largest and busiest railway stations serve it.

Port Blair

About Port Blair Airport

Port Blair International Airport (IATA: IXZ) is known as Veer Savarkar Airport. The first flight from Port Blair Airport took place in 1957 and was the centre of refuelling and mail service during World War II. The Airport Authority of India (AAI) oversees all airport operations. Port Blair Airport is a two-terminal international airport, with one used for domestic flights and the other for international flights. The domestic terminal can accommodate 400 passengers for departure and arrival and has two boarding gates on the ground floor. Passengers can use the airport's modern amenities, such as trolleys, duty-free shops, first-aid medical facilities, wheelchair assistance, lounges, restrooms, a lost and found baggage counter, and so on. Check-in, immigration, customs, and security counters are also available. The airport is located around 5.7 km from the city centre and is easily accessible by car rental, bus, and general taxi services.

About Port Blair

Port Blair, the capital city of Andaman and Nicobar Island, is home to approximately 350 islands. It is a union territory of India in the Bay of Bengal. Historically, the Japanese Army invaded the area during World War II. Later, the Japanese Army handed over control of the site to British authorities. However, following India's independence in 1947, Port Blair became a part of the Indian Union Territory. The religions, languages, and ethnic groups in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are diverse. Furthermore, many Andamanese people have distinct linguistic, cultural, and territorial groups. However, many communities, including Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Sikhs, and others, have recently settled in Port Blair. They observe festivals such as Janmashtami, Diwali, Shivratri, Good Friday, Christmas, and Holi. Basketry and mat making are two traditional crafts of the people of Andaman and Nicobar. People also enjoy creating artefacts such as Nicobaree mats, pearl jewellery, shell jewellery, shell lamp shades, etc. Some wooden works are available, such as ashtrays, bowls, walking sticks, strays, and so on. The cuisine and food habits of the residents reflect the area's multiculturalism. Regarding traditional dress, each region of Andaman has its style. Furthermore, tribal people in the Northern part wear little clothing and must familiarise themselves with modern amenities and fashion. The people of Andaman eat primarily fish and rice, and Andaman seafood is also prevalent in the region.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there are numerous bike rental services in Port Blair. The bikes are even delivered to your hotel. One can ride to Chidiya Tapu, Wandoor, Mount Harriet, and other locations.

Visakhapatnam Airport offers domestic and international airline services from a single terminal.

Port Blair Airport is 5.7 km from the city centre, and it takes only 14 to 15 minutes to get there. 

The non-stop flight takes approximately 2 hr 10 minutes from Port Blair to Visakhapatnam.

Passengers on an economy flight from Port Blair to Visakhapatnam can check up to 15 kg of luggage and 7kg of carry-on luggage. Each passenger on Air India's flight from Port Blair to Visakhapatnam can check in 20kg of luggage and 7 kg of cabin baggage. 

The aerial distance between Port Blair and Visakhapatnam is 1224 km.

The IATA Code of Port Blair Airport is IXZ, while that of  Visakhapatnam Airport is VTZ. 

Havelock Island is now known as Swaraj Island.

Port Blair's official language is Hindi, but people also speak English, Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu. 

Visakhapatnam is renowned for its beautiful beaches, quiet surroundings, and rich cultural history, making it the perfect place for an unforgettable coastal vacation.

The only airport serving India's Andaman and Nicobar Islands is Veer Savarkar International Airport, popularly known as Port Blair Airport. It is situated 2 km south of Port Blair.

Andaman indigenous tribes include the Great Andamanese, Sentinelese, Onges, Jarwas, and others.

Visakhapatnam, often known as Vizag, is the only natural harbour on the East Coast of India and is home to beautiful beaches encircled by hills.

The district was once a part of the Kalinga Kingdom, which the Eastern Chalukyas later captured in the seventh century AD, according to inscriptions.

Port Blair is well-known for Cellular Jail and small islands like Wandoor, Ross, and Corbyn's Cove.
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Airport Information

Port Blair Veer Savarkar International Airport, 744103 (Andaman & Nicobar Islands)

Visakhapatnam NH16, opp. Viman Nagar, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530009