Cheap Flights to Ahmedabad

Cheap Flights to Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD)

Located within the state of Gujarat, Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is the eighth busiest airport in India. Named after the country's first Deputy Prime Minister, it was built in 1937, but only started servicing international flights in 1992. Despite only having one runway, the airport has four terminals for passengers, and in 2016, 7.2 million people travelled through its doors toward their destinations. Skyscanner can help get you there too.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Ahmedabad Airport

The best time to book to Ahmedabad is anytime except for the summer, which lasts from March to June. During this season, the city's temperatures and pollution levels are at their highest. Winter is the preferred time to visit Ahmedabad, since the climate is milder and the cheapest months to book are December or January, although flight prices are fairly consistent all-year. Make sure to use Skyscanner's Price Alert to find the top travel deals.

Airlines That Fly to Ahmedabad Airport

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport hosts both regional and international airlines, including:

  • Air Arabia
  • Air Costa
  • Air India
  • Emirates
  • Etihad Airways
  • FlyDubai
  • GoAir
  • IndiGo
  • Jet Airways
  • Kuwait Airways
  • Qatar Airways
  • Singapore Airways
  • SpiceJet
  • Ventura AirConnect
  • Vistara 

What to Expect When Arriving at Ahmedabad Airport

The airport is located 15km to the north-east of Ahmedabad itself. For travelling into the city centre, taking a taxi or an auto rickshaw (a mini taxi) is recommended. They should each cost between 200 to 300 rupees. If you'd prefer to avoid haggling with your driver, the airport offers a pre-paid booth. Many hotels also offers a taxi pick-up service. There is also an ATMS bus service, but be advised that its two nearest stations (Airport Circle and Sardarnagar Approach) are 1km away on Airport Road.

Airport Facilities

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel might not be a large airport, but they do offer a nice selection of restaurants and stores in Terminal 1 and 2. Some of these businesses include a snack bar, a bookstore, artisan craft stalls, and a café that serves coffee, tea, and juices. Duty-free shopping can be found at Terminal 2. When it comes to catching a connecting flight, travelers should be aware that the international terminal isn't open 24 hours. Often its opening isn't until mid-afternoon. Also, if you're more than 3 hours early for your next flight, you'll have to wait outside until allowed entry by authorities. So, try to plan accordingly!

What to see and do in Ahmedabad

As India's sixth biggest city and the commercial heart of Gujarat, Ahmedabad is worth a visit. It's home to several important historical sites and carved monuments, as well as galleries, museums, mosques (Sidi Sayed), temples (Akshardham), lakes (Kankaria Lake), and gardens (Law Garden). The most famous attraction in Ahmedabad is Gandhi Aashram. It's a house where Mahatma Gandhi once lived, and the site now hosts many tourist attractions, including a crafts centre, paper factory, and spinning wheel workshop. You can find a great hotel in Ahmedabad using Skycanner.

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