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Visakhapatnam to Jodhpur Flights

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Flights from Visakhapatnam to Jodhpur


About Jodhpur Airport

Jodhpur Airport (IATA code: JDH) is one of the most important airports in Rajasthan. Maintained by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), it shares its airstrip with the Indian Air Force. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Indian Air Force and the Rajasthan Government recently, allowing the government to expand the civil enclave further.

Maharaja Umaid Singh initially constructed the airport, naming the terminal the Jodhpur Flying Club. Over the years, the airbase underwent several changes. It was revamped several times and grew gradually. The Royal Air Force used it as their airfield during World War II.

Jodhpur Airport is a civil enclave with an area of 12 acres, and it can easily accommodate 430 passengers per hour. The seven check-in counters and three boarding gates at the terminal ensure hassle-free travel for passengers.

Flights from Air India and IndiGo operate from the Jodhpur Airport daily. You will find regular flights from Jodhpur Airport to Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, and Belgaum.

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About Jodhpur

Jodhpur is situated 350 km to the west of Jaipur, the state capital. It is Rajasthan's second-largest city. Jodhpur houses forts, palaces, and temples, offering tourists a chance to experience the city in all its glory. Thousands of tourists visit Jodhpur every year to experience its rich history and lovely culture.

Jodhpur, the historical capital of Marwar, was founded in 1459 by a Rajput chief named Rao Jodha. Initially, Mandore was to be the capital of Marwar. However, Jodhpur's geographical superiority prompted Rao Jodha to shift his capital to Jodhpur. The city's location on the rich trade route between Gujarat and Delhi allowed it to prosper from the trade of copper, silk, dates, sandalwood, and opium.

Jodhpur is popularly called the Blue City because many buildings in the old city are painted blue. Known as the Gateway to the famous Thar Desert, Jodhpur allows visitors to enjoy desert safaris.

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Ghanta Ghar

It is a popular landmark in Jodhpur, constructed by Maharaja Sardar Singh between 1880 and 1911. It is located in Sardar Market and is frequented by tourists usually at night due to the beautiful lighting in the area. It is approximately 100-ft tall and is prominently visible from spots surrounding this area.

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Jaswant Thada 

The elegance of Jaswant Thada, one of India's most beautiful cenotaphs, is further elevated by its white marble structure. The cenotaph was dedicated to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II and is known as the Taj Mahal of Marwar. The royal family used Jaswant Thada as a cremation ground.  

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Mandore Garden 

Mandore Garden should be on your itinerary when touring Rajasthan. Merely a 9-km drive from Jodhpur, the garden is decorated with beautiful flowers and cenotaphs. The Mandore Garden is an extension of the Mandore Fort, and it houses a temple where 3 million deities are said to reside. You can also visit the famous Hall of Heroes while touring the garden. 

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Mehrangarh Fort 

Mehrangarh Fort, one of India's most prominent forts, was built by Rao Jodha. Situated at an elevation of 125 m and covering an area of 1200 acres, the fort also houses a museum exhibiting historical remains from ancient times.  

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Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park 

Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park is an artificial settlement that aims to revamp the area's natural environment. The place was originally a wasteland before it was restored. It has over 200 species of exotic plants thriving in the region.  

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Toorji Ka Jhalra 

Toorji Ka Jhalra is one of the most ancient stepwells in India. Famous for its architecture, it will give you an idea of the water management and engineering of ancient times. The royal carvings on the walls of the stepwell have also made the spot popular among photographers.  

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Umaid Bhawan Palace 

Umaid Bhawan Palace, also known as the Chittar Palace, is the largest private residence in the world. Though it is a private residence, a section of the palace is managed by Taj Hotels.  


About Visakhapatnam Airport

Visakhapatnam Airport (IATA code: VTZ) is a civil enclave, which operates as a customs airport, located approximately 7 km from Visakhapatnam. The airport is part of the Indian Navy air base, the INS Dega. The total area of the airport is around 350 acres. It started its operations with just a single daily flight in 1999. It can handle over 700 passengers and has 20 check-in counters. Visakhapatnam is one of the busiest airports, with leading airlines like AirAsia, Air India, IndiGo, and SpiceJet regularly operating flights to almost all major Indian cities out of this airport.

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About Visakhapatnam

Visakhapatnam, also known as Vizag or Vizagapatnam, is Andhra Pradesh’s second-largest city. It is the third-largest city on the east coast of India. Vizag also contributes to the country’s economy. Visakhapatnam ranks 10th on the list of the richest cities in India, with an estimated GDP of $43.5 billion.

The city was considered part of the Kalinga Kingdom. It was also ruled by Pallava, Vengi, Chalukya, and Chola dynasties. In the 18th century, the city was an important part of the French and European trade and was later annexed by the East India Company in 1804, and the British ruled it till India's independence in 1947.

Visakhapatnam is a major tourist attraction in modern-day India. The city has a lot to offer to tourists. You must visit the Borra Caves, Kurusura Submarine Museum, and Kailasgiri to capture the true essence of Visakhapatnam. Vizag's beaches are also tourist hotspots.

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Borra Caves 

Borra Caves, situated 1400 m above sea level, are one of Visakhapatnam's biggest tourist attractions. Discovered by William King George, these caves are made of stalagmites and stalactites.  

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Dolphin's Nose 

This place was named Dolphin’s Nose because it resembles a dolphin's nose. It is a rocky highland situated in the southern part of Visakhapatnam. The tip or nose of the highland appears to point towards the Bay of Bengal.  

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Indira Gandhi Zoological Park

Indira Gandhi Zoological Park is the place to visit if you are an animal lover. It is home to thousands of animals and birds. The park was inaugurated on May 19, 1977.

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Katiki Waterfalls

One of the most scenic places in the city, the Katiki Waterfalls is a must-visit spot in Visakhapatnam. It is located close to the Borra Caves and is a popular spot for family picnics. The Gosthani River is the primary source of this beautiful waterfall.

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Rishikonda Beach 

Visakhapatnam is known for its beaches, and Rishikonda Beach is one of them. It is situated along the coast of the Bay of Bengal, 8 km away from the Port of Visakhapatnam, offering a stunning view. The government has maintained the beach well. Hence, it has been given the nickname the Jewel of the East Coast.  

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Yarada Beach 

Yarada Beach is a well-maintained beach, around 15 km from Visakhapatnam. The place is located near the iconic Dolphin's Nose. The beach is quiet, and it is perfect for peaceful getaways. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The shortest flight takes 5 hours and 45 minutes to fly from Visakhapatnam to Jodhpur.

The famous hotels in Jodhpur are Welcomheritage Bal Samand Lake Palace and Umaid Bhawan Palace.

Air India and IndiGo operate the maximum number of flights from Visakhapatnam to Jodhpur.

More than 15 flights operate from Visakhapatnam to Jodhpur every day.

Yes. Two days should be sufficient to cover Jodhpur’s top attractions. If you want to visit nearby locations, keeping an extra day in hand is recommended.

Yes, a part of the Umaid Bhawan Palace has been turned into a luxury hotel and is managed by the Taj Group.

Jodhpur Airport is located about 10 km away from the city centre. Travellers can reach the airport by car in about 20 minutes.

The IATA code for Jodhpur Airport is JDH, while Visakhapatnam Airport’s IATA code is VTZ.

Visakhapatnam's history dates back to the 7th century AD, when the Eastern Chalukyas ruled the region.

Visakhapatnam is home to many temples, including Kanaka Maha Lakshmi, Sampath Vinayagar, Varaha Lakshmi Narasimha, and Brahmalingeshwara.

Araku Valley is located west of Visakhapatnam, around 115 km from the city.

Araku coffee and chocolates, jewellery, handicrafts, Ponduru khadi, and wooden toys are some unique items you may consider buying in Vizag.

Jodhpur Airport was built in the 1920s by Maharaja Umaid Singh.

The best time to visit Jodhpur is between October and March.
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Airport Information

Jodhpur Civil Airport Road, Air Force Area, Ratanada, Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342011

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