Flights From Surat to Jaipur



Surat to Jaipur Flight Schedule

Airlines Flight Num Departure
(Surat)
Arrival
(Jaipur)
Days
Spicejet SG-2790 20:10 21:50 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat/sun

Surat - Surat Airport

Airport Name : Surat Airport
Domestic/International : Domestic
Airport Address : Dumas Road, Dumas, Surat, Gujarat 394550
Airport code : STV
Airport Telephone : 91-261-2700200
Flight Information : ---
Support : ---
Fax number : 91-261-2700295, 2700244
Email : apdsurat@aai.aero
Role : Commercial


Jaipur - Jaipur Airport

Airport Name : Jaipur Airport
Domestic/International : International
Airport Address : Airport Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302011
Airport code : JAI
Airport Telephone : 91-141-2550623
Flight Information : ---
Support : ---
Fax number : 91-141-2721585, 91-141-2725215 (For operational purposes)
Email : apdjpr@aai.aero
Role : Commercial

The distance from Surat to Jaipur is:


Virtual Status of Flights from Surat to Jaipur

Disclaimer:

The status of flights shown on the map is representational and does not depict the actual status/delayed/cancelled status of the flights or the actual route of the flights.





Last Updated on : August 17, 2018

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