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Surat to Kolkata Flights

Surat to Kolkata Flights

Are you looking to book a flight from Surat to Kolkata? If yes, you have come to the right place. On Adani One, you can buy cheap flight tickets to just about any domestic destination in India. The one-stop platform enables you to book cheap air tickets from your desktop, laptop, or smartphone. Passengers just need to input their source and destination cities, and the platform will provide an airfare calendar showing dates on which they can travel and get cheap air tickets. If you have a fixed itinerary, the recommendation is to buy round-trip tickets to get the best discounts and cashback deals available for your route. All domestic airlines such as Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo, Alliance Air (a subsidiary of Air India), Go First, AirAsia, and Vistara are listed on the platform. Several airlines have direct flights from Surat to Kolkata, including Air India, IndiGo, and SpiceJet. These airlines also service the route with connecting flights that have layovers in New Delhi, Bangalore, Jaipur, and Hyderabad, among other cities.

Flights from Surat to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

About Kolkata

Kolkata, also known as the ‘City of Joy’, is the capital of West Bengal. The city, located on the banks of the Hooghly River, is the most prominent business, financial, and commercial hub of east India. It was the main trading centre of the East India Company under British Rule. Kolkata was also the capital of British India till 1911. The British influence on the city’s architecture is evident in its many iconic buildings and monuments. Kolkata’s weather is usually hot and humid, with frequent heavy showers during the monsoons. Since the city is located near the coastal plains of West Bengal, the weather is humid for the most part of the year except for its short winters. The ideal time to visit Kolkata is between October and February when the weather is pleasant. Bengali is the official language of the city, but a large section of the city’s population can also speak Hindi and English. The city is well-connected and has a good public transport system that includes trams, metros, suburban railways, rickshaws, and cabs. Famous as the Cultural Capital of India, its heritage spots include the Victoria Memorial and Howrah Bridge. Festivals like Durga Puja, Diwali, and Christmas are celebrated with great gusto here. Kolkata is a perfect blend of old colonial relics and contemporary Indian culture.

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Howrah Bridge

The bridge, built over the Bhagirathi-Hooghly River, is 205-metre long made with 26,500 tonnes of high tensile alloy steel and painted in chrome oxide. The bridge was designed in June 1851 by George Turnbull, the Chief Engineer of East India Railways. It is one of the world’s first cantilever bridges.

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Science City

Science City is the largest science centre in the Indian subcontinent consisting of different types of galleries that showcases various scientific developments. The centre, spread over 50 acres, has two facilities—the Science Centre and the Convention Centre. The Convention Centre Complex was inaugurated on December 21, 1996.

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Victoria Memorial

Victoria Memorial, made of white marble, is located at the city centre. It is among the most famous monuments in West Bengal and currently is a museum and popular tourist spot. The memorial is dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria (1819–1901). It is a magnificent architectural gem built in the Indo-Saracenic revivalist style that showcases the essence of the Victorian era.


About Surat Airport

Kolkata Airport, called Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA: CCU) serves the metropolitan area of Kolkata and is the aviation hub for East and Northeast India. In addition to domestic flights that connect every major domestic destination, the airport has international flights to Bangladesh, Bhutan, Southeast Asia, China, and Middle Eastern cities, such as Dubai, Doha, and Abu Dhabi. Kolkata Airport was inaugurated in 1924, making it one of the oldest airports in the country. Covering an area of 1,641 acres, this airport is the fifth-busiest in India in terms of passenger traffic. Air India, AirAsia, Alliance Air, Batik Air Malaysia, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Bhutan Airlines, Druk Air, Emirates, Flydubai, Go First, IndiGo, Myanmar Airways International, Novoair, Qatar Airways, Saudia, Singapore Airlines, SpiceJet, Thai Smile, US-Bangla Airlines, and Vistara operate flights out of the airport. Things to Keep in Mind for a Hassle-free Flying Experience Only one check-in bag is allowed. Only one hand luggage, below 7 kg is allowed, in addition to a women’s purse or a laptop bag. Check your health before travelling to avoid inconvenience and problems for yourself and your fellow passengers. It is advisable to reach the airport 2 hours before your domestic flight departure time. Do not carry liquids of more than 100 ml in your hand baggage. Do not carry any items that are prohibited or dangerous. Keep all your important medication, cash, necessary documents, and other expensive items in handbags only. Carry medical prescriptions, if required. Laptop, power banks, and lithium batteries should be easily accessible. They will have to be deposited separately during security checks. If you are carrying any metallic medical implants, health check equipment, or apparatus that might trigger the detectors, remember to bring a doctor’s prescription. Carry a photo ID along with the boarding pass; these will be checked at the entrance of the airport. Alert the security staff if you find anything suspicious near you.

About Surat

Surat is the economic and commercial centre in the southern part of the west Indian state of Gujarat. Located at the mouth of the Tapti River, near the Arabian Sea, the city used to be a large seaport. The city is famous for its textile industries, dominated by silk weaving. It is also well-known for its diamond industry. Surat is home to more than 5,000 diamond manufacturers and many diamond-cutting factories. The magnificent Surat Castle, built on the riverbanks in the 16th century, defended the city against Portuguese colonists. One can see architecturally beautiful tombs from the colonial era in the many English, Dutch, and Armenian cemeteries in the city. Surat is the second-largest city in Gujarat and the eighth-most populous city in the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are several airlines that have direct flights from Surat to Kolkata, including Air India, IndiGo, and SpiceJet. These airlines also service the route with layovers in New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad, among other cities.

Yes, you are allowed to carry dry food and fruits in your hand luggage, provided they are properly packed and spill-proof

The distance between the airport and the city centre is 17 km.

The distance from Surat to Kolkata is 1,884 km, and it takes approximately 32.30 hours to reach Kolkata by road.

There are three terminals in Kolkata Airport.

The IATA code for Kolkata Airport is CCU, while it is STV for Surat Airport.

Most domestic airlines allow 7 kg of hand baggage in addition to a women’s purse or a laptop bag and 15 kg of checked-in luggage on economy class. Air India allows up to 25 kg of checked-in luggage in economy class. So, please be sure to check with your airline.

October to March is the best time to visit Kolkata. In addition to pleasant weather, this is also the time for festivals like Durga Puja, Laxmi Puja, and Kali Puja.

The best time to visit Surat is the winter season during October, November, December, January, and February. The temperature is comfortable for sightseeing.

The minimum time to fly from Surat to Kolkata is 2 hours and 40 minutes on an IndiGo direct flight.

IndiGo operates the most number of flights on this route.

The most preferred airlines from Surat to Kolkata are IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India.
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Airport Information

Kolkata Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052

Surat Surat - Dumas Rd, Gaviyer, Surat, Gujarat 395007