Adani's one-stop platform makes booking a flight easy. Simply type in the names of the two cities, check the airfare calendar, and select from a list of flights. You can also take advantage of discounts and deals on the platform. To get the most discounts, book a return flight if you have a set itinerary. There is only one airline operating Tuticorin to Coimbatore flights, but it operates flights for this route every day. IndiGo is only operating one flight for this route with a layover at Bengaluru. So there are no non-stop flights between Tuticorin and Coimbatore. Although both cities are well connected with other prominent cities, the minimum flight time is 4h30m.
Located 10 kilometres from the centre of Coimbatore City in Peelamedu, Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore International airport becomes the primary airport for Coimbatore and Tirupur. Its IATA code is CJB. It is well connected with public transportation and city centre via 24*7 cab, call taxi and rickshaw services. Coimbatore airport is controlled and maintained by Airport Authority of India (AAI) and was previously known as Peelamedu Civil. In terms of total aircraft movement, passengers, and cargo, it is 15th largest Indian airport. The parking system accommodates 300 cars. The airport has an integrated terminal for domestic and international flights with an accommodating capacity of 350 passengers (arrival and departure each). However, there are separate halls for international and domestic passengers, along with VIP rooms. Services and amenities include duty-free, banks, customs office, free medical assistance, restaurants, ATM and cash machines. IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirIndia, Jet Airways, and JetKonnect operate domestic flights for Coimbatore to major cities like Hyderabad, Bangalore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Kozhikode. While Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Virgin Australia, and Air Arabia connect Coimbatore to international locations like Singapore, Sharjah, Muscat, Doha, and Kathmandu.
Also known as Kovai, Coimbatore is among the popular cities of Tamil Nadu, India. Being a major commercial centre in India gives it the name 'Manchester of South India." Resting on the banks of Noyyal River and the foot of Western Ghats, it is a delight for tourists and locals alike. From congenial hospitality to rich culture and pleasant weather, one is sure to have a memorable experience in Coimbatore. This popular pilgrimage destination of South India has several temples, scenic waterfalls, and a cosmopolitan flavour because people from North and West India are settled here. Since Coimbatore receives heavy rainfall to average rainfall in monsoon. So the best time to visit Coimbatore is from July to March. Winter weather also makes it a pleasant destination. As the weather remains pleasant and comfortable from September through March, it is an excellent time to visit and explore this amazing city affluent with spiritual seekers. Koniamman Car Festival is the main highlight of Coimbatore held on 1st March in which devotees carry the procession through eminent streets while dancing and singing.
Tuticorin Airport is a domestic airport located 16.9 Km away from the city of Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. It is managed and operated by the Airport Authority of India and its IATA code is TCR. For seamless connections from Tuticorin to nearby major cities like Chennai, IndiGo airlines operate 21 non-stop flights a week. The airport has one terminal that can accommodate 72 passengers at a given time and a well maintained runway. For smooth travel, the airport facilities and services include wheelchair access and assistance to physically challenged or aged passengers, parking, city bus services for easy transport, etc. For passengers awaiting their flights, there's Kajah Tea, a little snackbar in the airport. The airport is well connected to the city through taxis, buses, and trains. The railway station is 6.86 metres and the bus station is 1.5 Km from the airport.
Also known as 'Pearl City of India', Tuticorin is a famous pearl fishing town and a seaport in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. As several rulers - Pandyas, Cholas, Portuguese, Dutch, and British - reigned over Tuticorin. Thus, it is home to various monuments, temples, and structures that are synonymous with its glorious history. The local name for Tuticorin is "Thoothukudi”. "Thoothu" meaning "dig" and "kudi" meaning "water" the name symbolises that the only source of water was well digging because there was no river. It is a great tourist place because of beaches, family picnic spots, parks, sunset views, and pilgrimage centres. There are several markets in Tuticorin for street shopping like Border Bazar, Chennai Super Bazar, and Thoothukudi Bazaar. One must shop for famous silver, gold, and artificial jewellery of South India. Tamil is the most common language of Tuticorin people. They are very sweet and humble by nature. The people are hard working as 70% of them earn through agriculture. Salna, Karupatti Thenkuzhal, Puttu Karupatti, Paaghu, Dodol, and Chukka are some delicacies and street food to try when in Thoothukudi. October to March is the best time to visit this coastal city overlooking the Bay of Bengal. The city hosts several celebrations and events in October because of major Hindu festivals like Skanda Sashti, Vijaya Dashmi, and Mutharamman Kovil Festival.