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Pune to Gaya Flights

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Book the Cheapest Pune to Gaya Flights on Adani one's! Whether you're flying from Pune to Gaya or Gaya to Pune, Adani one's one-stop platform will provide you with a comprehensive airfare schedule and guide you toward the most cost-effective flight options. Adani one's one-stop platform has the finest flight ticket offers and cashback, so use the platform to save money and get the cheapest tickets available.

All domestic carriers like IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia are available on the platform, and you can choose your preferred flight and departure time.

There are no direct flights from Pune Airport to Gaya Airport, however, several connecting flights are operated by IndiGo. The shortest flight from Pune to Gaya takes approximately 7 hours. The aerial distance between Pune to Gaya is 1345 km. Check out the cashback and deals related to the air ticket while booking your flights. Complete your Pune to Gaya flight bookings on Adani one's right away!

Flights from Pune to Gaya


About Gaya Airport

Gaya Airport (IATA code: GAY) is also called Bodhgaya Airport. It serves as a domestic and international airport. It caters to seasonal flights from Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Sri Lanka, as many Buddhist tourists flock to Gaya from these nations. This airport is 5 km from Bodhgaya city. It is owned by the Airports Authority of India. The terminal occupies an area of 7,500 square metres and has a passenger capacity of 250 incoming and 250 outgoing passengers.

The integrated terminal offers facilities such as shops, Wi-Fi, baggage trolleys, a prayer room, currency exchange, and refreshment counters. Taxi and car rental services are available at the airport.

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About Gaya

Gaya is a city in the Indian state of Bihar. It is the second-largest city in the state. The district extends over an area of 4,976 square km. Gautama Buddha attained enlightenment at Bodh Gaya. Gaya has many delicious dishes to offer, such as Marua-Ka-Roti, Pittha, Baingan-Bharta, Pua, Bari Dal, Sattu-Ka-Roti, and Sukhaota. Gaya is a holy city with numerous pilgrimage sites. People here mainly speak Hindi with a Bihari accent as well as Bhojpuri.

Buddha Jayanti is widely celebrated in Gaya. The Sonepur Mela, held about 135 km from Gaya, is one of Asia's largest cattle fairs. Gaya is also a major pilgrimage destination among the Jain community, especially during Mahavir Jayanti. Other important festivals in Gaya include Diwali Ramnavami, Dassehra, and Holi. Chhath Puja, which honours the Sun God, is also a famous festival in Gaya.

The winter months, from October to March, are the best time to visit Gaya.

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Bodhi Tree 

The Bodhi tree is considered to be the place where the Buddha attained enlightenment. The tree located at the southern side of Mahabodhi Temple is not the actual tree where Buddha attained enlightenment, but the fifth generation of that original tree. One legend linked to this tree is that Ashoka's wife was so jealous of her husband's continuous devotion to Buddha that she had the tree felled, but Ashoka nurtured the roots with milk, and it slowly revived. It is 1.5 km from Bodhgaya Bus Station and a must-visit for history lovers. 

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Burmese Vihara and Monastery 

Located 1 km from Mahabodhi Temple, the Burmese Vihara Monastery is a Buddhist monastery amidst gardens. The property also includes a meditation hall, a library, and a guest house.  

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Dungeshwari Cave Temples 

Located approximately 12 km from Bodh Gaya, Dungeshwari Cave Temple is one of several caves ‌on Dungeshwari Hills, also known as Mahakala Hills. A golden Buddha sculpture and a 6-foot-tall statue of Buddha are among the chief attractions of one of the cave temples.  

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Muchalinda Lake 

Muchalinda Lake is a holy lake located in the complex of Mahabodhi Temple. A statue of Buddha meditating on a giant snake coil is at the centre of the lake. It is located within the city centre. 

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Vishnupad Temple 

As the name suggests, this temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. It is 4.5 km from the Gaya bus stand. One of the chief attractions of the temple is a slab of basalt bearing an etching of what is believed to be Lord Vishnu's footprint, known as Dharmasila. 

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Mahabodhi Temple 

It is also known as the Mahabodhi Mahavihara and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This temple is constructed using stucco and brick. Built in the Gandhara style, the temple has a pyramidal shikhara (tower) that is 55 metres tall. The tower is layered with motifs, niches, and engravings, in addition to carved sandstone and granite railings. The sanctum houses a gold statue of Buddha. It lies in the vicinity of the city centre. 


About Pune Airport

Pune Airport (IATA code: PNQ) is 10 km from the city. It is a busy aviation hub. It is situated in Lohegaon. Pune Airport is a civil enclave. Domestic and international flights operate from here. It was made an international airport in 2005. It connects Pune to Sharjah, Dubai, Frankfurt, and Abu Dhabi. Airlines like Lufthansa, Go First, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Air India operate from here.

Pune Airport's Elevation AMSL is 1,942 feet. You can reach the airport by taxi or a regular city bus service. It handles 1.12 million passengers annually. It has a single integrated passenger terminal with 26 check-in counters. Lounges, duty-free shopping, ATMs, a post office, restaurants, lounges, baby care rooms, and Wi-Fi are some facilities available here. Shops selling books, magazines, and handicraft stores are also located here.

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About Pune

Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra. It is also called Poona. It is located at the junction of the Mula and Mutha rivers. It is known as the Queen of the Deccan. Pune was the former capital of the Bhonsle Marathas. Later, it served as the official capital of the Marathas in the 17th century until the British came to India. Pune is the headquarters of the Indian Army's southern command. Pune is a popular tourist destination with historical monuments, parks, and other cultural attractions.

Pune is home to several reputed schools and colleges, making it an educational centre. These institutes include Symbiosis, National Defence Academy (NDA), Armed Forces Medical College, and College of Engineering Pune Technological University. Bal Gandharva Ranga Mandir's art gallery has long been a local landmark in Pune. Important religious places in Pune include Bhimashankar, and Dehu, the birthplace of the famous Marathi poet and saint, Tukaram.

Pune is known for pleasant weather, and the best time to visit the city is the winter, from November to February. The average temperature in Pune stays around 28°C. The summer months, from March to June, are avoidable for travel as the temperature goes as high as 40°C. Most of the annual rain in the city falls between June and September. July is considered the wettest month, and hailstorms are known to occur.

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Aga Khan Palace 

The Aga Khan Palace is situated 7 km from the city centre. It was constructed in 1892 by Muhammad Aga Khan. Mahatma Gandhi and Kasturba Gandhi were kept under captivity here. It now serves as the Gandhi National Memorial Trust. Khadi is still made here as a prime activity. You can visit the palace from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM.

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Sinhagad Fort

Located 37.7 km from Pune city, Sinhagad Fort was ruled by the Mughals and the Marathas. It is located atop the Bhuleshwar range in the Sahyadris. The literal meaning of Sinhagad is "Lion Fort". It is one of Pune's most famous historical places.

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Lal Mahal 

Lal Mahal is 3 km from Pune Railway Station, close to Shaniwar Wada. It was built in the 16th century and is rooted in history. Lal Mahal is maintained by the Pune Municipal Corporation.

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Pataleshwar Cave Temple 

Situated 3 km from Pune Junction, the temple's history dates back to the 8th century. It houses a majestic shivling and a Nandi bull sculpture, and the temple is carved out of a single piece of rock. It is open from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM all days of the week. It is maintained by the Archaeological Survey Of India.

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Phoenix Market City 

The Phoenix Market City Mall is located in Viman Nagar, Pune. Phoenix Market City is the largest mall in Pune, spanning 3.4 million square feet of shopping area. It houses over 300 national and international brands and 6 fine-dining restaurants. It is every shopaholic's paradise, located 6 km from the city centre.

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Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park 

The park is located in Katraj, 11 km from Pune Junction. It is open from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM. The zoo houses 362 animals, including 20 mammals, 28 reptiles, and 17 bird species. The entry fee is INR 10 for children and students, INR 40 for adults, INR 100 for foreign nationals. Besides, INR 50 is charged for a still camera, and INR 200 for a video camera.

Frequently Asked Questions

The aerial distance between Pune and Gaya is 1,345 km.  

The IATA code for Gaya Airport is GAY. 

Muchalinda Lake is within the complex of the Mahabodhi Temple. At the centre of the lake is a giant statue of the Buddha meditating on a coiled serpent.  

Gaya Railway Station is around 11 km from Gaya Airport. You can take taxis, buses, or a private vehicle to reach the airport. 

 Yes, you may opt for a vegetarian meal on your Pune to Gaya flight. 

Yes, taxis are available near Mahabodhi Temple. 

Gaya is considered a holy city by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists. Its name finds mention in both the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. 

IndiGo is the most preferred carrier operating on the Pune to Gaya route.  

IndiGo operates the most flights on the Pune to Gaya route.  

Many taxis and regular bus services are available to help you reach the airport easily.  

Yes, duty-free shops are available at Gaya Intenational Airport.  

You must try the Baingan-Bharta, Sattu-Ka-Roti, Sukhaota, and Marua-Ka-Roti in Gaya. 
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Airport Information

Gaya Airport Road, Gaya, Bihar ,823004

Pune New Airport Rd, Pune International Airport Area, Lohegaon, Pune, Maharashtra 411032