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Rajkot to Jabalpur Flights

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Are you looking for a Rajkot to Jabalpur flight? Now, book your air tickets without any hassle on Adani One. Whether it is a Rajkot to Jabalpur flight or a return ticket, Adani One will display a detailed airfare calendar to help you choose the best flights. All domestic carriers – IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia – are listed on the platform for you to choose from. Discounts and offers are updated regularly for both direct and connecting flights. If you have locked your travel dates, it is recommended that you book return tickets as well and take advantage of the additional discounts that come with round trips. Presently, no direct or connecting flights are operating on the Rajkot to Jabalpur route. The best route is to take a direct to New Delhi from Rajkot Airport, which takes around 2 hours. There are direct flights operated by SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Air India on the New Delhi to Rajkot route. From New Delhi Airport, you can take a direct flight to Jabalpur operated by Alliance Air, IndiGo, and SpiceJet. Take a look at the airfare calendar for further updates and complete your Rajkot to Jabalpur flight booking on Adani One today!

Flights from Rajkot to Jabalpur


About Jabalpur Airport

The Jabalpur Airport (IATA code: JLR), also called Dumna Airport, is located around 25 km from the city centre. This airport covers an area of around ​​759.52 hectares. The airport was inaugurated in the 1930s and was occasionally used by the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force before and throughout World War II. There is only one terminal that operates domestic flights and can handle 75 passengers each at arrivals and departures. The airport is equipped with several state-of-the-art facilities, such as a publicity system, television, conference and leisure centre, lounge, wheelchair assistance, and a luggage management system. Prepaid municipal taxi services, as well as auto-rickshaws, are available at Jabalpur Airport. Coach services are also available to reach key locations within the city, and travellers can also access private car rental services.

About Jabalpur

Located in the heart of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is among the most famous cities in the state. The city is famous for its natural wonders – Marble Rocks and Dhuandhar Waterfalls. It is located in the ‘Mahakaushal’ District and derives its name from the traditional land of the beautiful, ‘Jabali Rishi’. The holy River Narmada flows through the district and is the main drinking water source of the region. Earlier it was identified as Tripuri and ruled by Hayahaya rulers. The ancient Indian epic of Mahabharata also refers to this region. In the 13th century, the Gonds seized it. By the early 16th century, it had become the dominant power of Gondwana and Jabalpur was the capital. Queen of Gonds, Rani Durgavati, died fighting Mughal soldiers led by Emperor Akbar. It was captured by the British in 1817. Well-connected by air, rail, and road, the populous city today also serves as an important transit point for the tiger sanctuaries of Pench, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh. The best time to visit Jabalpur is from September to March.

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Balancing Rock

The rock is a natural formation where two huge stones appear to be balanced one on top of the other. The stones have survived the elements of nature and an earthquake measuring 6.5 on the Richter scale.

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Bargi Dam

Bargi Dam is a large dam built on the Narmada River. Apart from irrigation and power generation projects, the dam is also used for tourism. The reservoir adjoining the dam has been transformed into a pool; boating and other water activities are done there. A magnificent resort has also been established on this site.

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Madan Mahal Fort

Built on rocky terrain, Madan Mahal Fort was constructed by a Gond Ruler Raja Madan Shah. The 11th-century castle offers splendid views of the city and was an important military outpost. 

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Pisanhari Ki Madiya

This place is a Jain holy place located atop a picturesque hill near Netaji Subhash Chandra Medical College. This holy place is believed to be around 600 years old and has 13 structures as part of the temple complex.


About Rajkot Airport

Rajkot Airport (IATA code: RAJ) is Gujarat's fourth busiest airport and is located around 4 km from the city centre. At present, Rajkot Airport has only one terminal. This terminal has a total capacity of 125 passengers for departures and arrivals, with one boarding gate on the ground level. At the terminal, there are six check-in counters and two security checks. The AAI has two X-ray baggage facilities available. The airport provides general passenger services such as free trolleys, a lost and found baggage counter, wheelchair assistance for the elderly and the physically challenged, daycare facilities, and medical services. Private taxis and buses are available for passengers at the airport to commute to the city.

About Rajkot

Rajkot is located in the Kathiawar peninsula of Gujarat and was part of the princely state. The city has been under several different rulers. It has played an important role in India's freedom movement, more so because Mahatma Gandhi grew up in the city. Rajkot is in the midst of rapid cultural, industrial and economic development. The city is vibrant, colourful and brimming with multicultural diversity. The inhabitants of Rajkot are strongly impacted by the cultures shared among society members and passed down from generation to generation. The International Kite Festival in mid-January is one of the popular events of the region apart from the usual festivals. A majority of the residents are vegetarians because of the influence of Hindu and Jain cultures, and the sumptuous Gujarati thali is a must-have. Rajkot has its unique charm and is a city that is well-versed in history and modernity. October to February is the best time to visit Rajkot.

Frequently Asked Questions

No direct and connecting flights are operating on the Rajkot to Jabalpur route.  

Yes, there are many duty-free shops at Rajkot Airport selling cosmetics, chocolates, perfumes, and liquor. 

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. However, you can carry dry food items in your handbag. 

Private taxis and buses are available for passengers at the airport to commute to the city. 

The distance between Ahmedabad and Rajkot is around 211 km. 

Jamnagar Airport is 101 km from Rajkot. 

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight from Rajkot to Jabalpur. Air India flights from Rajkot to Jabalpur allow 8 kg of cabin baggage and 20 kg of check-in luggage. The weight limit varies from airline to airline and the class of travel. Please check the baggage rules before checking in at the airport. 

Jabalpur, also known as Madhya Pradesh's cultural centre, is among the state's most significant and developed cities. From the tranquil waters of the Narmada River to the 100-ft-tall awe-inspiring marble mountains, Jabalpur can meet the needs of every traveller. 

Rajkot has been included in the top 100 Smart Cities under the Ministry of Urban Development’s Smart City Initiative, which was started in June 2015. 

Metal and woodcraft, and block printing are among the handicrafts of Rajkot.   

The IATA code for Rajkot Airport in Rajkot is RAJ. The Jabalpur Airport has the code JLR. 

The best time to visit Jabalpur is from September to March.  

October to February is the best time to visit Rajkot. 

Jabalpur is a transit point when going to the tiger sanctuaries of Pench, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh. 

Apart from being renowned as the city that sleeps in the afternoon, Rajkot is fascinating for its thriving art and cultural scene and contribution to the freedom struggle. 
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Airport Information

Jabalpur Airport Area, Khamaria, Dumna, Madhya Pradesh 482005

Rajkot Gandhigram Civil Aerodrome, Gujarat 360006