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Rajahmundry to Guwahati Flights

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Are you looking for a flight from Rajahmundry to Guwahati? Adani One allows you to book the cheapest tickets online in real time. The platform features major domestic carriers such as IndiGo, Air India, Go First, and more. Consult the detailed airfare calendar and book your tickets on Adani One with the greatest discounts and cashback offers today. Currently, a single indirect flight is available on the Rajahmundry to Guwahati route. The flight is offered by IndiGo airlines, and the flight duration is 9 hours and 40 minutes, with a layover stoppage in Chennai. Continue reading to know more about your trip from Rajahmundry to Guwahati.

Flights from Rajahmundry to Guwahati


About Guwahati Airport

Guwahati International Airport (IATA: GAU), formerly Borjhar Airport, is officially known as Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. The airport is Northeast India's largest and busiest international airport. The airport is named after Gopinath Bordoloi, the first Chief Minister of Assam, and is located in Borjhar, about 15.2 km from Guwahati. The airport has two terminals. Domestic flights are handled by Terminal 1, which has direct connections to roughly ten Indian destinations. During rush hour, the domestic terminal can handle up to 500 passengers. The international terminal, Terminal 2, has a capacity of up to 125 passengers. The airport has fourteen check-in counters, one customs counter, and four immigration counters. Baggage trolleys are offered at no charge at the airport for the convenience of passengers. Medical rooms, a lost and found baggage counter, a child care area, and a business centre are also available at the airport. However, there are times when heavy rains batter the city, and flights are likely to be delayed or cancelled. In light of this, double-check your flight schedule ahead of time.

About Guwahati

Guwahati, one of the largest cities in the state of Assam, was previously known as Pragjyotishpur, which means ‘east light’. The River Brahmaputra flows right through the city, splitting the metropolis in half. Once the ancient capital of an undivided Assam, Guwahati is now a cosmopolitan city and the Northeast's commercial hub. The city has also made strides in the educational sector, with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati being one of India's most picturesque campuses. Often known as the ‘Gateway to the East’, Guwahati is the starting point for most northeast travel routes. This fascinating metropolis on the banks of the Brahmaputra River is home to a plethora of ethnicities and cultures from all over the state and nearby regions. The city is surrounded by beautiful greenery and is home to several ancient temples that draw both pilgrims and environment enthusiasts. Peacock Island, the world's tiniest river island and home to the magnificent Umananda Temple, is yet another source of pride for the city. Thousands of worshippers and travellers visit the ancient Kamakhya Devi Temple annually, making it a popular pilgrimage site.


About Rajahmundry Airport

Rajahmundry Airport (IATA: RJA) is located in Rajahmundry, about 13.2 km  from the city centre. The airport sprawls over an area of 366 acres, and was built during the British era. Vayudoot, an Indian regional airline established on January 20, 1981, as a joint venture between two state-owned carriers, Indian Airlines and Air India, operated from the airport between 1985 and 1994. The state government and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in February 2007 to improve the airport for a total cost of INR 23 crores. Construction of a new terminal at 135 crores is suggested as part of the expansion plans. Around 1,400 people would be able to travel through the new terminal.  Currently, there is a single terminal at Rajahmundry Airport, operating only domestic flights. It consists of 3 boarding gates, and has a capacity of up to 150 passengers. The terminal also consists of 6 check-in counters, as well as child-care rooms, free trolleys, emergency medical care, wheelchairs for the elderly and the physically impaired, among many other modern amenities

About Rajahmundry

The city was named after Raja Raja Narendra, the ruler of the Chalukya dynasty who ruled over it in the 11th century. In 2015, the city was renamed Rajamahendravaram, replacing the former name Rajahmundry. It is the ninth most populated city in the state of Andhra Pradesh, and is an important transportation hub for surrounding areas. It is also a transport centre for rice, salt, and lumber moved down from the forested hills to the north. Rajahmundry is a major industrial centre with several enterprises that employ thousands of people. In the K.G. Basin, the city is the headquarters for Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and GAIL. The city is home to several temples, museums, and various other attractions which draw in visitors from all corners of the nation. Summer in Rajahmundry begins in March and lasts till June, with the average temperature ranging between 21 °C to 40 °C. The month of March, however, is not very hot, enabling visitors and locals alike to take in the sights. The city receives substantial rain during the monsoon season, although it is not very heavy. As a result, sightseeing is easy and delightful.

Frequently Asked Questions

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There are two terminals at Guwahati International Airport. Domestic flights are handled by Terminal 1, which has direct connections to roughly ten Indian destinations. The international terminal, Terminal 2, has a capacity of 125 people.

Rajahmundry Airport has only one domestic terminal with three boarding gates. The terminal has a total capacity of 75 passengers for departures and arrivals

Each airline and class of travel has a different allowance for luggage. The maximum hand luggage and checked baggage weights on domestic IndiGo flights are 7 kg and 15 kg

Airport authorities recommend arriving for check-in and security at least 90 minutes before departure

Yes. River rafting is a very popular activity in not just Guwahati, but in most cities in the state of Assam. Tourists and residents alike enjoy rafting in the rushing waters of the Brahmaputra often, with the rapids in the Tuting area being categorised as Grade II and III

The IATA codes for Rajahmundry and Guwahati airports are RJA and GAU respectively

Gubba Simhachalam of Rajahmundry is known the inventor of rose milk, which goes as far back as 1950. This quickly became a crowd favorite.

Guwahati is known for its temples, as well as the Kaziranga National Park, and the nearby Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary.

The minimum flight duration is 9 hours and 40 minutes, subject to change depending on changes in layover routes

The official name of Guwahati Airport is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport

Pragjyotishpur was the historical name for the city of Guwahati.

IndiGo currently operates the highest number of flights between these locations

Different airlines have different rules, but you can carry dry food on almost every flight.

Rajahmundry was once home to the Chalukya dynasty. The city is regarded as the cultural backbone of the state, as it is the birthplace of Nannaya, a prominent Telegu poet.
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Airport Information

Guwahati Guwahati Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport,Borjhar, Guwahati, Assam – 781015

Rajahmundry Madhurapudi, Andhra Pradesh 533103