|Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Routing||Days of Operations|
|G8 502||Kochi to Hyderabad||09:05||10:30||Non- Stop||Daily|
|G8 508||Kochi to Hyderabad||22:20||23:50||Non- Stop||Daily|
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GoAir operates around 14 flights on a weekly basis from Kochi to Hyderabad ( 2 Flights daily)
The first flight leaves for Hyderabad from Kochi at 09:05 and lands at 10:30 bearing flight number G8 502.
The last flight leaves for Hyderabad from Kochi at 22:20 and lands at 23:50 bearing flight number G8 508.
The average travel time between these cities is 1 hour 30 minutes.
Kochi Airport code is COK and Hyderabad Airport code is HYD. The name of the Kochi Airport is Cochin International Airport and Hyderabad Airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.
About Kochi-Hyderabad Flights
Kochi is a beautiful city in Kerala, popularly known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Give your eyes a visual treat with the backwaters of Kochi, or experience the picturesque Marine Drive. Kochi is also home to the oldest synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations, the Jewish Synagogue. Willingdon Island, Hill Palace, and Fort Kochi are some other great places to visit in the city.
Hyderabad has plenty of interesting sites to explore. History buffs can visit the Mecca Masjid, Golconda Fort or the Charminar. Laad Bazaar – Also called Chudi Bazaar, is on the west of Charminar, and is known for its bangles, jewellery and pearls. Lotus Pond is a garden built around a pond situated in Jubilee Hills, said to be designed by an Italian designer.
With GoAir, you can travel between these two amazing cities with ease and at the lowest of fares. The wide range of timings provided by GoAir ensures that you can easily plan your travel. So, what are you waiting for? Book your travels with GoAir today!
Fort Kochi is part of a handful of water-bound regions toward the south-west of the mainland Kochi, collectively known as Old Kochi or West Kochi.
Now regarded as one of the supreme architectural achievements of the Quṭb Shāhī period, the Charminar is a grand architectural composition in Indo-Saracenic style.