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Salem To Visakhapatnam Flights

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Are you looking for a flight from Salem to Visakhapatnam? Adani One is the one-stop ticket booking platform ideal for getting cheap air tickets from Salem to Visakhapatnam. It enables users to book flight tickets online to and from any city. Many domestic flights operated by IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, and so on can be found on its list. You can avail of discounted airfares and cashback offers while booking flight tickets. Adani One also provides its users with a detailed airfare calendar which further smoothens the flight ticket booking process. If one has a pre-fixed time frame for their trip, booking a return flight is considered better as it will help you to reap maximum benefits. Booking tickets in advance can also get you the best air ticket deals. Since Salem airport is not operational at the moment, therefore one has to take the flight from Coimbatore to Visakhapatnam. The total distance between Salem and Coimbatore is about 167 km. One can reach Cominatore from Salem by bus, train, or taxi. Currently, numerous connecting flights are available from Coimbatore to Visakhapatnam. The minimum time required to travel from Coimbatore to Visakhapatnam via flight is about 3 hr and 20 min. Check out Adani One’s detailed airfare calendar and book your Salem to Visakhapatnam flight ticket today.

Flights from Salem to Visakhapatnam


About Visakhapatnam Airport

The Visakhapatnam Airport (IATA: VTZ) of Andhra Pradesh is the busiest airport in the state. The airport is the gateway to Visakhapatnam, the “Jewel of the East Coast”. It is situated about 8 km from Visakhapatnam city and is jointly managed by the Airports Authority of India and the Indian Navy. Initially, the airport was built as a customs airport. In 1999, it started operating domestic flights with low air traffic. However, the airport has undergone many changes during the last decade, including runway extensions, commencing international flight services, and massive expansions. Visakhapatnam Airport operates both domestic and international flight services from a single terminal. This terminal was renovated in 1999 to accommodate passenger traffic and increase mobility. The airport can handle around 700 passengers and has 20 check-in counters. Visakhapatnam Airport offers hi-tech baggage services, special lounges, child-care centres, snack bars, currency exchange offices, integrated X-ray scanners, and medical rooms. The airport has a parking area that can easily accommodate over 300 cars and 200 two-wheelers. Duty-free shops are located within the airport premises so passengers can buy last-minute gifts, souvenirs, and garments. The airport even has a spa.

About Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam, popularly known as Vizag, is an old port city situated in the northeastern part of Andhra Pradesh. Renowned for its picturesque beaches and serene landscape, Visakhapatnam has a rich cultural past. This port city is home to India's oldest shipyard. Visakhapatnam city has been named after Lord Vishakha, the God of war and valour. According to local legends, an Andhra king called the town ‘Visakhapatnam’ between the 9th and 11th centuries. Many dynasties, such as the Chanakyas, Cholas, Kalingas, and the Golconda Nawabs, have ruled Visakhapatnam. The French captured it towards the end of the 18th century. After India gained Independence in 1947, Vishkhaptnam developed into a leading port in India and served as the seat of the Indian Navy's Eastern Naval Command. Most people in Visakhapatnam speak Telugu and Odia; however, some talk in Urdu and Bengali too. The majority of the people in Vishakhapatnam are Hindus. Nevertheless, people from other religious sects, such as Islam, Christianity, and Sikhism, also live here. Visakha Utsav, the Rishikonda Beach Festival, and the Lumbini Festival are some of the most famous festivals celebrated here. Carnatic music and classical dance forms like Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi are indigenous to the culture of Visakhapatnam.


About Salem Airport

Coimbatore International Airport (IATA: CJB) is located at Peelamedu and is considered the 15th largest airport in India concerning aircraft movement. The Coimbatore Airport, built in 1940, initially functioned as a civil airport. It is located at a distance of about 13 km from the city centre. The parking areas of this airport can accommodate around 300 cars. It has 2 hangars — one shelters the planes of Coimbatore Flying Club, and the other houses the private carriers. Coimbatore Airport offers various facilities such as ATMs, a tourist information centre, child care rooms, security checking counters, services for the disabled, lost and found counters, luggage carts, and even medical first aid rooms. Snack bars, restaurants, and gift shops are located within the airport premises. The Coimbatore Airport is only 10 km from the central bus stand at Gandhipuram. The Coimbatore railway station is only 11 km from the airport. Cab services, call taxis, and auto rickshaws are available outside the airport 24×7.

About Salem

Salem city lies in the north-central part of Tamil Nadu, along the Tirumanimuttar River. The city derives its name from the word 'sailam’, which means "surrounded by mountains". The city is surrounded by several hills like the Kalyaran, Shevaroy, Pachaimalai, and Kollimalai hills. As per archaeological sources, human civilization flourished in Salem before the Stone Age. Palaeolithic and Neolithic stone implements have been discovered in Salem. The region had been ruled by several dynasties, such as the Cholas, Pallavas, Pandiyans, and the Palyakars. During the early 18th century, Salem was ruled by Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan. The British annexed it in 1797. The majority of people in Salem are Hindu. However, people belonging to other religious beliefs, such as Islam and Christianity, can also be found here. Tamil is the primary language spoken in Salem. However, English is also spoken here. Salem is a land of festivals. Here festivals such as Pongal, Deepavali, and Navratri are celebrated with great pomp and show. During summer, the temperature in Salem reaches up to 38°C. During the monsoon season, Salem receives heavy rainfall. Winters are pleasant in Salem, with the minimum temperature reaching 18°C and the months of October–February are considered the best time to visit Salem.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there are medical rooms at the Visakhapatnam Airport for the convenience of the passengers.

The distance between Chennai to Salem by road is around 345 km. 

Salem bus stand is located at a distance of about 19 km from Salem Airport.

On your Salem to Visakhapatnam flight, you can carry 15 kg of check-in luggage and 7 kg of cabin baggage each on an economy class flight. The Salem to Visakhapatnam Air India flight allows 20 kg of check-in luggage and 7 kg of cabin baggage for each person. Please check the website of the specific airline for accurate details. 

No, paying an insurance fee while booking a Salem to Visakhapatnam flight ticket isn't compulsory. However, it is generally advised to pay a small amount as an insurance fee for safety purposes.

Yercaud is a popular hill station near Salem.

Ginger Visakhapatnam Gajuwaka, Shree Lakshmi Guest House, Fairfield by Marriott Vishakhapatnam, Simhagiri Holiday Inn, and Hotel SM Paradise are some of the best hotels near Vishakhapatnam Airport. 

Rishikonda Beach, Sagar Nagar Beach, Yarada Beach, Rama Krishna Beach, and Bheemili Beach are some of the most famous beaches in Visakhapatnam.

The Old Book Market, Kurupam Market, the Lepakshi Handicrafts Emporium, Daba Gardens, and the Nehru Bazar are some of the most famous marketplaces in Visakhapatnam. 

The best time to visit Salem is from October to March so that you can experience a pleasant climate.

Tamil is the official state language of Salem.

Visakhapatnam is one of the oldest port cities in India. It is known for its serene landscape, picturesque beaches, and rich cultural past.

Visakhapatnam is known as the “Jewel of the East Coast” as well as the “City of Destiny”.

October to March is considered the best period to pay a visit to Visakhapatnam.

The most popular variety of mango found in Salem is the ‘Malgoa’ variety.
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Airport Information

Salem Q3M6+3P5, Airport, Airport Road, Kamalapuram, Tamil Nadu 636309

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