Diu Island by Air



Tourists can conveniently reach Diu Island by Air from the city of Mumbai and Porbandar. Jet Airways operate regular flights from the commercial capital of India, Mumbai, to the small island town of Diu. There is a domestic air terminal at the Diu Airport that caters to a number of domestic flights every week. Most of the flights depart from the Diu Airport for short haul destinations. Diu Island is connected by air to the port city of Porbandar by flights operated by Jet Airways. Excepting Saturday, flights are available on all days of the week from Porbandar to Diu Island. Traveling by air to Diu Island entails a comfortable and convenient journey. The journey by air is also less time consuming and profitable for the business traveler.



Last Updated on 26 September 2012

     


     

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