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Cheap Flights to Rajkot Airport (RAJ)

Welcome to Rajkot, India! A major city in the Gujarat province, this ancient place is famous for its architecture, vegetarian cuisine, and delicious sweets. Rajkot also has a thriving arts culture, which is based around its unique genre of music, "Dayro." If you find yourself in India, this historic, thriving city is certainly worth a visit.

While international flights don't land at Rajkot Airport, it's well-connected to India's biggest cities, Delhi and Mumbai. So, you can easily find a plane to take you there. To get the cheapest prices on airfare, use Skyscanner's Cheapest Month search tool.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Rajkot

With its semi-arid climate, Rajkot is known for having sunny summers and dreary monsoon seasons. These periods last between March to October. Consequently, most travellers prefer to visit in February and November. During this two months, temperatures hover at 20 °C, humidity is low, and the rainfall eases up. To find the most affordable times to fly to Rajkot, sign up for Skyscanner's Price Alerts feature.

Airlines That Fly to Rajkot

Three domestic airlines fly out of Rajkot Airport (RAG), including:

      
  • Air India
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  • Jet Airways
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  • Ventura AirConnect

What to Expect When Arriving at Rajkot Airport

India's domestic airport, Rajkot Airport (RAJ) is absolutely tiny by international standards. In fact, its terminal can only hold 125 people! However, this little facility still hosts daily flights from the capital city of Mumbai. So, getting to RAJ isn't as tricky as it might seem!

Located in the middle of Gujarat, Rajkot Airport is connected to Downtown Rajkot by auto rickshaws (small taxis) and car rental services. If you'd like to rent a car in Rajkot, Skyscanner can help you find the best prices.

What to See and Do in Rajkot, India

Rajkot's virtues can take awhile for newcomers to find. As a city, it's loud and bustling with few green spaces. Travellers can hardly catch their breath here! But that's part of the reason why Rajkot is so exciting. With 1.2 million inhabitants, this city is full of raw energy and culture. Most of the residents are vegetarian, so you'll get to enjoy plenty of plant-based curries, deep-fried delights, and yummy sweets. There are also historic sites to explore, such as Swaminarayan Temple, Connaught Hall, and Kaba Gandhi No Delo, which is Gandhi's childhood residence. If you need a hotel in Rajkot, Skyscanner has you covered.

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