Flights to Rajkot

Rajkot is one of the largest and most populous urban agglomerations of India. It is regarded as one of the fastest growing cities of the world. The main contributors to the economy of the place are heavy as well as small-scale industries. The infrastructural development, including the major linking bridge called Kaiser-e-Hind, has helped the economy. This place is famous for silk embroidery, jewellery market, gold market, and watch parts. Local products include kitchen knives, diesel engines, bearings, automotive parts, watch parts, machine tools, casting industry, and software development. The real estate is also booming here. Tourists should explore historical and cultural sites, beaches, hills, wild life sanctuary, park, etc.

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Rajkot Airport is an important domestic airport in Gujarat. With increase in importance of Rajkot, the passenger rush is also increasing. That's why the AAI has been working to extend the facilities and infrastructure here. Regular flights are available from here to reach important destinations like Mumbai. Airlines operating from here are Air India, Jet Airways, and JetLite. The terminal is capable of handling 125 passengers at a time. Facilities available include free baggage services, wheel chair facilities for the disabled, food stores, cafeteria, duty-free shops, and many more. Taxis are available from the airport. The nearest bus stand and railway station are located only 4 km and 3 km from Rajkot, respectively.

More Information on Rajkot

Rajkot is spread over 170 sq km, while the population is 1.28 million. The languages spoken here are Gujarati, Hindi, and English. Some of the must-visit places in Rajkot are:
  • Dholavaria
  • Lothal
  • Saputara Hill
  • Surkatada
  • Piroton Marine National Park
  • Chowrad Beach
  • Gir Lion Wild Life Sanctuary
October to February is the best time to visit Rajkot.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018

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