Flights to Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad is called the judicial capital of Gujarat. It is located beside the Sabarmati River, where Mahatma Gandhi?s Sabarmati Ashram is still carrying forward his legacies of non-violence and self reliance. This city was founded by Sultan Ahmed Shah in the year 1411 and the city was named after him. There are many places to visit in Ahmedabad such as lakes, religious sites, monuments, museums, and many more. Textile production is the main industry of this place. Automobile, Information Technology and Pharmaceutical industries are also expanding fast here.
Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is the seventh busiest one in India. You can find all kinds of carriers at this airport including Air India, JetKonnect, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, IndiGo, Go Air, and Blue Dart Aviation (cargo airline). International flights are also available here like Singapore Airlines, Air Arabia, Quatar Airways, Ethihad Airways, Thai Smile, and Emirates. A new moving walkway, connecting the two terminals, makes a flight changeover hassle free. Flight handling capacity has been improved by introducing the new technical block.
This airport is located around 8 kms away from the nearest railways and bus station. You will find taxis, local bus service (especially Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service), and metro rail services to visit the city.
More Information on Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad is spread over 17 square miles or 464 square kilometers, and its population is more than 5,570,585. The official and spoken languages here are Gujarati, English, and Hindi. While visiting this place you must visit Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmed Shah Mosque, Rani Rupmati Mosque, Akshardham Temple, Jhulta Minar, Bhadra Fort, Sardar Patel National Memorial, Kankaria Lake, and many more.
The overall climate in Ahmedabad is dry and warm, except during the monsoon. Winter is the best season and tourists can enjoy a visit here between October and March.