About Vadodara

Vadodara, also known as Baroda, is a city named after “Vad” which means the Banyan tree in Gujarati, the local language in Gujarat. The city is built along the banks of the river, Vishwamitri, and is one of the largest cities in Gujarat, India. With a number of palaces including the Lakshmi Vilas Palace and other historical forts from the royal Maratha family and Gaekwads dynasty, the city is also known as the cultural capital of Gujarat. The highway, NH-8 connects the city to both of the most visited cities in India, named as Delhi and Mumbai. The city is also very well known for celebrating the most performed festival in the state, Navratri. The city has a domestic airport and international terminal where you can easily fly through cheap flights to Vadodara. Other than this, the city also has the largest university in the state, Maharaja Sayajirao University which was established back in 1881 and later renamed after the ruler of Baroda State and its patron Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III.

About Vadodara Airport

The airport is officially named as the Civil Airport Harni and it is the 3rd busiest domestic airport in the state handling more than 1.5 million passengers a year[i]. You can easily find flights online from and to Vadodara flying from and to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore. In August 2016, the airport introduced a terminal with an area of 18,120 sq. meters that can easily handle 700 passengers per hour. The new International terminal building also has a single sheet rooftop of 164.2 which is longest sheet rooftop in the world[1]. They can handle the Airbus A320, Boeing 737-800 while Air India and IndiGo Airlines offer flight services to fly from the airport. You can use our online portal to book affordable flights online to Vadodara and other regions across the country.



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