Flights to Jorhat


Jorhat is one of the important cities of Assam, and is also known as cultural capital of this state. Currently, it is also among the vibrant business and commercial hubs of Assam. Must-visit places in Jorhat are religious places, tea estates, historic reservoirs, forests, museums, etc.

Here you will find renowned administrative headquarters, financial institutions, and commercial centers. Packaged food products, oil, forest products, jute, and tea are the major export items of the place. Tea gardens are one of the major sources of income for the state, and also the major employment generators.

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Jorhat airport is also called Rowriah Airport. It is one of the busiest airports of Assam. JetKonnect and Jet Airways are the airlines operating from here.

You can visit some of the major cities by air from this airport. All kinds of facilities are available at Jorhat airport, such as baggage-wrapping, luggage trolleys, wheelchair along with escorts, snack bars, restaurants, juice corners, cafeteria, tea stalls, handloom shops, book stall, auto-vending machines for magazines, newspapers, and snacks, etc. You will also find duty-free shops from where you can buy various products.

Rental cars and taxis are available just outside the terminal. The railway station and bus stations are also located nearby.

More Information on Jorhat

The district is spread over an area of 2,851 sq km. The population of the city is 8,90,295. Languages spoken here are Assamese, Hindi, and English. Some of the most popular tourist destinations in Jorhat are:
  • Bangalpukhari Tank
  • Garh Ali
  • Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Cinnamora Tea Estate
  • Dhekiakhowa Barnamghar
  • Gazpur
  • Purnananda Buragohain Maidam
  • Majuli
  • Raja Maidam
  • Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Mulai Forest
  • Mou Chapori
The Best time to visit Jorhat is from October to March.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018


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