Flights From Chennai to Pune



Chennai to Pune Flight Schedule

Airlines Flight Num Departure
(Chennai)
Arrival
(Pune)
Days
Go-Air G8-451 20:50 22:40 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat/sun
Indigo 6E-0401 03:30 05:15 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat/sun
Indigo 6E-385 22:20 00:05* mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat/sun
Indigo 6E-311 11:40 13:15 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sun
Indigo 6E-502 08:40 10:30 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sun
Indigo 6E-502 08:05 09:50 sat
Jetair 9W-2491 10:15 11:55 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sun
Jetair 9W-493 18:10 19:50 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat/sun
Spicejet SG-530 05:15 06:50 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat/sun
Spicejet SG-981 23:50 01:20* wed/fri/sat/sun

Chennai - Chennai International Airport

Airport Name : Chennai International Airport
Domestic/International : International
Airport Address : GST Road, Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600027
Airport code : MAA
Airport Telephone : 91-44-22561122
Flight Information : ---
Support : ---
Fax number : 91-44-22560512
Email : apdchennai@aai.aero
Role : Commercial


Pune - Pune Airport

Airport Name : Pune Airport
Domestic/International : Customs
Airport Address : Pune International Airport Area, Lohegaon, Pune, Maharashtra 411032
Airport code : PNQ
Airport Telephone : 91-20-26683232
Flight Information : ---
Support : ---
Fax number : 91-20-26685599
Email : apdpune@aai.aero
Role : Civil Enclave

The distance from Chennai to Pune is:




Last Updated on : March 16, 2018

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