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Tirupati to Jammu Flights

Tirupati to Jammu Flights

Are you planning a trip from Tirupati to Jammu? You can book your flights with Adani One, the one-stop platform for booking flight tickets in a hassle-free manner. The booking process is quite simple; where you have to type the name of the city from where you are travelling, the name of the destination city, and the preferred date of travel. Adani One displays a detailed airfare calendar that lists several domestic airlines, including Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo, Vistara, GO First, and AirAsia, that offer appealing bargains and discounts to reduce your travel costs. You can choose the flight that best suits your needs. A round-trip booking can avail you of several benefits that include discounted airfares and cashback offers. Booking tickets in advance can also let you enjoy fascinating flight ticket offers. As of now, there are no direct flights connecting the two cities. However, there is a two-stop flight available from Tirupati to Jammu. The Air India-operated flight takes about 21 hours and 50 minutes to travel the route. Flights and offers are regularly updated on Adani One. Have a look at Adani’s flight booking platform today and book your flight tickets by availing of discounts and offers now.

Flights from Tirupati to Jammu


About Jammu Airport

Satwari Airport (IATA: IXJ), also known as Jammu Airport, is located 14 km from the Indo-Pak border. The city falls under a stringent security zone due to security breaches and periodic curfews. The airport operates different domestic flights via carriers like IndiGo, GO First, SpiceJet, and Air India, which connect different cities like Jaipur, Hyderabad, Pune, Chennai, Patna, Ranchi, Mumbai, Goa, Leh, Srinagar, and Delhi. Jammu Airport has only one terminal and offers numerous facilities like wheeler chairs, trolleys, mobile charging points, ATMs, Wi-Fi, duty-free shopping, and others. It also has various stores which sell a wide range of products at affordable rates. Apart from this, there are several eateries from which one can have lip-smacking foods at reasonable prices.

About Jammu

Jammu is situated at the southern point of Jammu & Kashmir. Jammu, located against the lofty mountain ranges of Pir Panjal, offers breathtaking landscapes. Jammu is also known as the City of Temples. The city of temples, founded in the 14th century BC, is popularly known for its sightseeing places which comprise forts, gardens, palaces and religious spots. The city experiences moderate summers and pleasant winters. The best time to visit Jammu is from September to April, when the temperature ranges from -2°C to 12°C. The city is home to stunning natural and religious features that draw visitors from all over the world. The people in the town speak various languages like Dogri, Urdu, Pahadi, Gojri, Kashmiri, Hindi, and Punjabi.

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Bahu Fort

Situated at an elevation of 325 metres, opposite Jammu’s Old Town, Bahu Fort was built by Raja Gulab Singh of the Dogra Empire in the 18th century. Constructed on the left side of the Tawi River, the Bahu Fort has a couple of attractions, among which the Goddess Kali Temple is the most popular one.

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Mahamaya Temple

Located just behind the Bahu Fort, Mahamaya Temple is yet another popular pilgrimage site in Jammu. The temple was built to honour Mahamaya, a freedom fighter who gave her life to save her region from foreign invaders.

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Mubarak Mandi Palace

The Mubarak Mandi Palace, located approximately 3 Km from Jammu, once served as the royal residence of the rulers of the Dogra dynasty. The architectural style incorporated in its construction is a fusion of Mughal, Rajasthani, Baroque and European styles. It is one of the oldest buildings in the city and is now considered a heritage site.

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Vaishno Devi Temple

Vaishno Devi Temple, situated in Trikuta Hills, is approximately 13 km from Katra. The Vaishno Devi Temple is located at an elevation of 5,200 ft above sea level and provides a trekking distance of 12 km to reach the destination. It is considered one of the holiest pilgrimages, dedicated to Goddess Mahalakshmi, where pilgrims from various parts of the world come to seek blessings from Maa Vaishno Devi.


About Tirupati Airport

The Tirupati Airport, which is popularly known as the Renigunta Airport (IATA: TIR), is located in the area of Renigunta in the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh, located approximately 14 km away from Tirupati. The government started upgrading Tirupati Airport to international status in the year 2012. In the year 2015, a new terminal, known as ‘Garuda Terminal’, was inaugurated by the Prime Minister of India, which operates both domestic and international flights. Apart from this, the airport comprises different amenities like a free baggage facility, a wheelchair facility, and special baggage handling for senior citizens. Other facilities provided at the airport include a medical inspection room, child care room, self-check-in kiosks, check-in counters, ATM, lounges, massage chairs, mobile charging points, smoking lounge etc. There are various shopping outlets in the airport which provide products and services at affordable prices. In addition, there are several food courts and restaurants that have a wide range of food options at reasonable rates. Passengers can book cabs, taxis, or cars from the airport to reach the city. The airport is also well connected through the bus route.

About Tirupati

Tirupati, a famous pilgrimage place, is situated in southeastern Andhra Pradesh. The city is located in the Palkonda Hills, around 13 km northeast of Chandragiri and 108 km northwest of Chennai. Spread over 26.8 sq. km, Tirupati lies at an elevation of 162 metres above sea level. The word ‘Tirupati’ has been discovered from the blend of two Tamil terms - ‘tiru’ and ‘pathi’: ‘Tiru’ denotes ‘respectable’ and ‘pathi’ denotes ‘husband.’ So, the word ‘Tirupati’ denotes ‘respectable husband .’ Tirupati, famous for the Venkateswara Temple in the holy Tirumala hills at an elevation of 860 m, is known as the home of the Kaliyuga deity Lord Venkateswara, also known as Balaji. Every year the temple draws millions of crowds and is one of the busiest pilgrimage centres around the globe. Tirupati is not only famous for pilgrimage, but it is also a major business hub of southern Andhra Pradesh. The city is home to several electrical, automobile, electronic, and textile companies. Apart from this, there are various cement and pharmaceutical companies. Telugu is the official language of Tirupati. However, Tamil, Kannada, Hindi, and Urdu are also spoken here. The major festivals celebrated in this city are Ugadi, Sankranti, Ekadashi, Radha Saptami, Janmashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Ram Navami, Deepavali, and Kartik Purnima.

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Deer Park

Deer Park in Tirupati is a must-visit place for all wildlife lovers. The place encompasses a wide range of wildlife as well as beautiful landscapes. Deer can be spotted frequently in this place. In a nutshell, the place is a perfect escape from the daily routine for nature lovers.

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Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple

Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple is an ancient temple situated in Tiruchanoor, which is approximately 5 km from Tirupati. The temple is also known as Alamelu Mangapuram. It is believed that those who wish to visit Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple should seek blessings from Sri Padmavathi first.

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Sri Venkateswara National Park

The Park is popular for its picturesque waterfalls, vegetation, valleys, wildlife, and mesmerising landscape. Built in the year 1989 and spread over a distance of 350 sq. km of the Eastern Ghats of India, the national park has been home to several endangered and exotic species like the Flying Lizard, Nilgai, Golden Gecko, Hyena, and Treeshrew.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, electronic devices like cameras and cell phones are not permitted within the Raghunath temple located in Jammu.

You can take a taxi from Tirupati Airport to Venkateswara Swamy Temple. State-owned buses also operate services along the route and take about 1 hour and 30 minutes to travel the distance of about 38 Km.

Ladakh is located approximately 667 Km from Jammu.

On an economy flight from Tirupati to Jammu, each passenger is usually allowed to carry hand luggage of up to 7 kg and checked-in luggage of 15 kg.

Yes. The airline companies allow passengers to carry food on flights. Allowed foods include biscuits, snack bars, cold snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks.

Yes, the temple at Tirupati dedicated to Lord Venkateswara is one of the richest in the country.

Yes, there is a free darshan facility at Tirupati Temple known as Sarvadarshan, under which devotees can enter the temple for free.

One can easily reach Jammu city by cab or bus. The Jammu bus stand is located 10 km from the Jammu Airport. On the other hand, the Jammu Railway Station is 10 km away from the Jammu Airport.

As per ancient scriptures, the seven hills of Tirupati signify the seven heads of the serpent Adisesha on whom Lord Vishnu reclines on. Even Seshadri, the hill considered the most significant, derives its name from Adisesha.

Jammu derived its name from its founder Raja whose name was Jambu Lochan. The city was earlier known as Jambupura or Jambu Nagar and was later renamed Jammu.

Tirupati is a temple town most famous for the Sri Venkateswara Swami temple. The culture and activities of the town mostly revolve around the temple.

You can buy traditional handicrafts, crockery, artefacts, dry fruits, Dogra jewellery, papier mache products, Kashmiri shawls and carpets, footwear etc. You can also buy sweets and other delicacies from Jammu.

The nearest airport to Vaishno Devi is Jammu Airport which is approximately 50 km from Katra.

Various beautiful and glorified temples are situated in the city of Jammu. Due to the presence of religious ambience through the temples, Jammu is called the “Temple City”.

Venkateswara Temple is considered one of the holiest places for Hindus. The city serves as the home to uncountable ancient temples. This has given the city the name of the “spiritual capital of Andhra Pradesh.”
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Airport Information

Jammu Civil Airport, Raipur Satwari, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir 180003

Tirupati Tirupati Airport Rd, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh 517520