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Vijayawada to Jaipur Flights

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Are you booking a flight from Vijayawada to Jaipur? Adani One allows you to book your flight tickets on a one-stop, hassle-free, online platform while also giving you the best air ticket deals. The Adani One air fare calendar will help you seamlessly book flight tickets from Vijayawada to Jaipur or from Jaipur to Vijayawada while displaying the best cashback offers and discounted air fares. With Adani One, you can book a flight ticket from your desktop or mobile device. If you have a return date in mind, Adani suggests booking a return ticket, to take advantage of the discounts and best flight ticket offers that come with return tickets. Although direct flights are most convenient, there are no non-stop flights from Vijayawada to Jaipur. However, there are more than a dozen connecting flights from Vijayawada to Jaipur, every day. These range from just under 6 hours to more than 24 hours, depending on the number of layovers and the flight route. Most of these flights are operated by IndiGo, Air India and Air Asia, and layovers are in cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad. The earliest flight from Vijayawada to Jaipur is a 07:55 IndiGo flight that takes 05 h 50 m. It has one layover, in Hyderabad. It is also the shortest flight between the two cities. There are a couple of other flights with short layovers between Vijayawada and Jaipur. These are operated by IndiGo and by Alliance Air and they take just over 7 hours. Check out the air ticket deals, cashback options, offers and discounts while booking your flight on Adani One. The air fare calendar regularly updates domestic flight schedules, so you can check your flight status at any time. Take a look at the airfare calendar and complete your Vijayawada to Jaipur flight booking on Adani One today!

Flights from Vijayawada to Jaipur


About Jaipur Airport

Jaipur International Airport (IATA Code: JAI) is located in Sanganer, about 13 km from Jaipur. It is the only international airport in Rajasthan and was granted international status in 2005. The airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 handles both international and domestic flights. Terminal 2 is mostly used to handle domestic flights. This terminal was opened in 2009 and has a capacity to handle 1,000 passengers. Domestic airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Air India connect Jaipur Airport with cities like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune and Udaipur. Jaipur Airport is also linked to cities in the Middle East, such as Sharjah, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Muscat. Air Arabia, Air India, Etihad and Oman Air handle international flight operations. The new terminal has modern services and facilities like central heating and air-conditioning, baggage carousels, flight information display systems, escalators and parking facilities. Wi-Fi facilities, ATMs, car rentals, currency exchange counters, and a childcare room are some amenities available at the airport. Jaipur city is well connected to the airport, and travellers can book private taxis and auto-rickshaws at the airport for easy access to the city.

About Jaipur

Rising from the desert sands in Rajasthan is the flamboyant city of Jaipur, one of India’s most popular tourist hotspots. The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur never fails to wows visitors with its magnificent monuments and heritage sites, vibrant culture, colourful people and the legacy of its artisans and craftspeople, whose work has brought Jaipur world-wide fame. Jaipur is Rajasthan’s most populous city. According to the 2011 Census estimates, the population of Jaipur was 3,046,163. Jaipur is a planned city, founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, ruler of the princely state of Jaipur, in 1727 CE. Designed on the principles of Vastu Shastra and following a grid pattern, the new city was established as the previous capital of Amer, around 14 km from the city centre, was unable to accommodate its growing population. Moreover, it was hit by frequent water shortages. The Maharaja chose the site of Jaipur as it was ringed by hills, which offered a natural defence against enemies. It also suited his political needs and ambitions. Jaipur has a seductive allure, partly due to its exquisite monuments and partly due to its many handicrafts that bring tourists here in droves. These arts and crafts include all manner of textile and handloom work; embroidery and hand-printing; jewellery with silverwork and gems; pottery; sculpture on stone, wood, ivory and marble; and a mind-boggling choice of ethnic apparel and home décor. But why is Jaipur called the Pink City? The story goes that the city was painted pink in the 1870s, when the Prince of Wales was touring India. Since pink is the colour of hospitality, the Maharaja decided to paint the entire city pink, to welcome the future monarch. Whether true or just a fable, the fact is that it gives Jaipur a distinct identity and a special appeal. Jaipur has some of India’s most magnificent monuments, making it a magnet for tourists. Among these is the City Palace, a part of which is still occupied by the erstwhile royal family. The Jantar Mantar, an open-air observatory built by Maharaja Jai Singh II himself; Ram Bagh Palace; Hawa Mahal; and Nahargarh Fort are only some of the other showpieces that make Jaipur the beautiful city it is. From a tourism perspective, Jaipur is one of the three corners of the ‘Golden Triangle’, the other two being Agra and Delhi. Here are some of the top tourist attractions in Jaipur.

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Albert Hall Museum:

Jaipur is famous for its palaces and forts. Albert Hall Museum, one of the oldest museums in Rajasthan, showcases the history of Rajputana and its heritage. This museum is named after Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales, and has a rich collection of sculptures, ivory items, jewellery, paintings, carpets, crystal works, and metal artefacts.

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Hawa Mahal

Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds) is situated in the heart of Jaipur and is an icon synonymous with the city itself. It has five storeys fronted by jharokhas or latticed windows. It was built so that the royal women could watch processions on the street below from this secluded vantage point. Its roof offers a spectacular view of the City Palace and the Jantar Mantar. Don’t forget to visit the museum in Hawa Mahal.

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Jaigarh Fort:

Jaigarh Fort is a grand structure sitting atop the 'Cheel ka Teela' hills. The fort reflects the city's thriving past and is named after Sawai Jai Singh II. It is linked to Amer Fort via many underground passages and is around 14 km from the city centre.

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Jal Mahal:

Jal Mahal or Water Palace/Lake Palace is an exquisite gem in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. Built by Maharaja Madho Singh in the mid-18th century, it was used as a hunting lodge for the Maharaja to go duck hunting. Jal Mahal is a low-rise structure built from sandstone and, when the light is just right, appears to be floating on the lake! It is located 12 km from the city centre

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Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar is an open-air astronomical observatory built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, founder of the city of Jaipur. Built in the early 18th century entirely out of stone, the Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is one of five such observatories built by the Maharaja. The other four are in Mathura, Delhi, Varanasi and Ujjain. The Jantar Mantar in Jaipur is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is situated near the City Palace. It is definitely worth a visit.

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Nahargarh Fort

Nahargarh Fort, located on the outskirts of Jaipur, is famous for its panoramic views of the city and its extensive walls that connect it to Jaigarh Fort. It is a magnificent structure adorned with delicate carvings and stonework. Construction started with Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II in the early 16th century and the fort was expanded many times over the next century. Along with the forts of Amer and Jaigarh, Nahargarh protected Jaipur in the north. It is around 20 km from the city centre


About Vijayawada Airport

Vijayawada Airport, officially the NTR Amaravati International Airport (IATA: VGA), is an international airport in Andhra Pradesh. It serves the city of Vijayawada and other towns in the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region. The airport is located in Gannavaram, around 17 km from the city centre. Once serving an army base during the Second World War, the airport was later converted into a civilian airport to operate commercial flights. Vijayawada Airport has only one terminal, which operates both domestic and international flights. The terminal is spread across 850 sq m but it is being expanded to handle around 1,200 passengers daily. Prominent airlines like Air India, Alliance Air and IndiGo operate from Vijayawada, providing connectivity to major cities like Delhi, Coimbatore, Tirupati, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Visakhapatnam, etc. International flights operate to cities in the Middle East, such as Muscat, Kuwait and Dubai. The airport offers facilities like baggage services, Lost & Found, and special care services. There are many eateries, a few book stores and garment stalls. Vijayawada Airport is well-connected to nearby cities via an extensive network of city and state-run buses. You can also opt for shuttle and car rental services to reach your destination from the airport.

About Vijayawada

The city of Vijayawada is located in the Krishna District of Andhra Pradesh, on the banks of the Krishna River In terms of population, it is the second-largest city in the state. Also known as Bezwada, Vijayawada is an important rail and road junction, which has contributed to its growth and development. The city is also the administrative headquarters of NTR District, which was carved out of Krishna district in 2022. Vijayawada is a cultural hub in Andhra Pradesh and a centre of Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage. The 7th century Buddhist-Chinese traveller and chronicler Hiuen Tsang stayed in Vijayawada and referred to it in his famous travelogues. The city and its surrounding region have many Buddhist monuments and sites. One of these important sites, a large, rock-cut cave, was uncovered by archaeologists at Dhanakonda Hill as recently as 2019. It is believed to date to the 1st century BCE. The city of Vijayawada is not far from Amaravati, the proposed new capital of Andhra Pradesh. Since Amaravati is an ancient centre of Buddhist learning, Vijayawada too is being given a distinct Buddhist look. As part of this plan, a gigantic Dharma Chakra has been installed in the city. Vijayawada has also evolved into an important industrial centre as it is a major stop on the Chennai-Kolkata railway route. In addition, it is a hub for education in Andhra Pradesh. There are many interesting places to visit in Vijayawada, including Prakasham Barrage, which spans the Krishna River; Krishnaveni Mandapam (River Museum), detailing the history of the Krishna River; the Krishnaveni statue, an idol of the river; Gandhi Hill, an important memorial to Mahatma Gandhi perched 500 feet above the city; and Bhavani Island, a beautiful river island in the Krishna River. The best time to visit Vijayawada is from November through February. A typical sightseeing itinerary in and around Vijayawada will take no more than two days. Summers are typically hot and muggy, so avoid travelling here during this time.

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Bhavani Island

Bhavani Island, is a manmade island in the Krishna River. Easily accessible from the mainland, it is a tourist hotspot and offers many activities for visitors. There are water sports like boating and swimming, or you can just chill in a beautiful natural environment, or even camp here overnight. The island has been developed by the Andhra Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation specifically for tourism. It is 8 km from the city centre.

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Prakasam Barrage

One of Vijayawada's most prominent attractions, the barrage, or dam, spans the Krishna River and links Krishna and Guntur districts. Prakasam Barrage, in addition to being an important source of water supply, provides a wonderful view of the river. Named after Sri Tanguturi Prakasam, the first Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, the barrage was built in 1957. It is lit up at night and is a beautiful spectacle.

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Undavalli Caves:

: The Undavalli Caves, a stunning example of rock-cut architecture, date to the 7th century BCE. They are around 11 km from Vijayawada. The largest cave is four stories high and houses a large statue of a reclining Lord Vishnu sculpted from a single piece of granite. It is an excellent example of Gupta architecture.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are no non-stop flights from Vijayawada to Jaipur but there are many connecting flights between the two cities, daily. Some of these have short layovers and are frequent.

Public transport is easy to find in Jaipur. There are regular buses to and from prominent locations. Auto-rickshaws and e-rickshaws are easily available and can even be hired for an entire day of sightseeing.

The word Vijayawada is derived from ‘vijay’, which means ‘victory’, and refers to the mythological story of Goddess Durga slaying the demon-king Mahishasura and then resting in what is now Vijayawada.

Vijayawada is around 275 km south-east of Hyderabad.

The Andhra Pradesh Capital Region is the metropolitan region that will serve as the new capital of the state of Andhra Pradesh from the year 2024. Vijayawada will be an integral part of this region.

The major festivals celebrated in Jaipur are Teej, Diwali, Gangaur, Kite Festival, Elephant Festival, Camel Festival and Diwali.

If you have just one day to sightsee in Jaipur, you must visit the City Palace, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Amer Fort and Choki Dhani.

Since Jaipur has a warm climate, the ideal time to visit the city is between October and March.

The entry fee for Hawa Mahal is INR 50 for Indians and INR 200 for foreigners.

The most notable Vijayawada festivals are Navratri and Dussehra. They are annually conducted in the Kanaka Durga Temple with great pomp and enthusiasm.

One of the main features that makes Vijayawada famous is the Kanaka Durga Temple, dedicated to the Hindu Goddess Durga. Other attractions that make Vijayada a famous tourist spot are the Prakasam Barrage, Bhavani Island and ancient Undavalli Caves.

The best time to visit Vijayawada is between October and March, when the weather is not hot, and visitors can comfortably explore the city.

Jaipur has many amazing museums like: Jaipur Wax Museum City Palace Museum Doll Museum Albert Hall Museum Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing

The earliest flight from Vijayawada to Jaipur is a 07:55 IndiGo flight that takes 05 h 50 m.

The ‘Pink City’ refers to the old walled city of Jaipur built in the early 18th century by Maharaja Sawai Jai SIngh II. It was apparently painted pink in the 1870s, on the orders of the then Maharaja of Jaipur, when the Prince of Wales was touring India, as a mark of hospitality since pink is the colour of hospitality.
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Airport Information

Jaipur Jaipur International Airport Airport Rd, Sanganer, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302029

Vijayawada NH16, Gannavaram, Andhra Pradesh 521102