Flights to Bhavnagar
Bhavnagar is an important city of Gujarat and also the administrative center of the district with the same name. Due to its cultural richness, this place is also called 'cultural capital' of the Saurashtra region in Gujarat. You can find many architecturally brilliant palaces, religious sites, and halls here. You can also visit marvelous natural places, lakes, parks, museums, and many more. This place is commercially successful with industries related to diamond jewellery manufacturing, diamond cutting and polishing, ship building, steel casting, soda ash, fertilizer, and others. Numerous small scale industries along with the ones related to glass and ceramics, chemicals, wood products, repairing and servicing, generate employment in the region. Cash crops, cereals, vegetables, and fruits such as bajra, cotton, pomegranate, onion, groundnut, and guava are also produced here in large amounts.
Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity
Bhavnagar Airport is spread over an area of 294 acres. It mainly serves the purpose of ports or port-based industries, situated nearby. The small terminal is capable of handling around hundred passengers per hour. You will find Jet Airways and JetKonnect flights from this airport. The most popular destinations within India from this airport include Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Cochin, Bengaluru, Chennai, etc. Popular international flight routes from Bhavnagar airport include Beijing, Paris, Chicago, Amsterdam, London, Frankfurt, etc. You will find enough transportation facilities from this airport to the destinations located nearby.
More Information on Bhavnagar
This metro city is spread over a total area of 42.5 square miles and its population is 606,282. Languages spoken in Bhavnagar are Hindi, Gujarati, and English. Must visit places of this metro include Gandhi Smriti, Gaurishankar Lake, Nilambag Palace, Victoria Park, Barton Library/Museum, Takhteswar Temple, Gopnath Beach, Water Lock Gate, Gangahaja, and Takhteswar Temple. You should visit Bhavnagar during the winter season (October to January) to get the most out of your travel.