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If you want to book your flight to Jammu from Pune then you can follow the steps below:
After you click on ‘Book Now,’ you will be directed to a page that lists all the available flights from Pune to Ahmedabad. You can choose the one that suits your schedule and proceed with the booking.
Of the following list of documents, you can carry any one document for identification to check-in or enter the flight.
Note: The discounts and offers are subject to change.
If you are flying Economy class, then the cabin baggage allowance is 7 kg, and check-in allowance is 15 kg. If you are flying Business class, then the cabin baggage allowance is 7 kg, and check-in allowance is 35 kg.
Customers can pre-book a seat by visiting the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the website. If the flight booking is made through a travel agency, then customers can pre-book a seat during web check-in.
Yes. You can cancel your Pune to Ahmedabad flight through the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the website. To know more about the cancellation terms and conditions, click here.
To print your Pune to Ahmedabad flight ticket, visit the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the site. Here, enter your PNR number and the email ID or last name used while booking the flight. Once the flight ticket is retrieved, you can take a print out.
The boarding gate for the Pune to Ahmedabad flight closes 25 minutes before the departure.
Pune is famous as the Oxford of the East owing to a lot of educational institutes here. Pune is also a mix of capitalism and spiritualism. Many multinational companies have their offices in Pune. Spiritual ashrams can also be found here. The city has a long history as well. Initially ruled by the Peshwas, Pune was then taken over by the British in 1817. It became the Bombay Presidency’s monsoon capital. Tourist attractions in Pune are Shaniwar Wada, Aga Khan Palace, Sinhagad Fort, and Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum. Travellers can also try local cuisines such as Vada Pav, Misal Pav, Kheema Pav, Bun Maska, and Chaat.
The best time to visit Pune is in the winter months of October to February.
JThe Pune International Airport is located at 10 km from the city centre. The airport is equipped with all the latest facilities for passengers.
Ahmedabad, also fondly known as Amdavad, is one of Gujarat’s major cities. The former capital of the state, Ahmedabad, is a unique mix of the past and the present. On one hand, the city is filled with centuries-old mausoleum, mosques, and palaces. On the other hand, the city has some of the most swanky restaurants and malls. Ahmedabad is the country’s first Unesco Urban World Heritage Site. The city is also popular for its lip-smacking street food, such as Dabeli, Khaman Dhokla, Khakra, and Kulfi.
The best time to visit Ahmedabad is from November to February.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is located in Hansol at 9 km from the city centre. Along with Ahmedabad, the airport serves the city of Gandhinagar too.
Airport Name: Pune International Airport
New Airport Rd, Lohegaon,
Pune, Maharashtra 411032
Airport Code: PNQ
Helpline No: 91-20-26683232
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Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport
Hansol, near Sardar Nagar
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380003
Airport Code: AMD
Helpline No: 91-79-2286 9211
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Pune: Pune is famous for alot of things. Some of them are: Ganesh festival: There are famous Ganesh mandals and the prestigious 5 ganpatis (maanache 5 ganpati) as they are referred locally. Dagdusheth Ganpati is famous all over the world
Ahmedabad: The Kankaria Lake is the biggest lake in Ahmedabad. It is a 550 years old artificial lake, built by Sultan Qutbuddin in the 15th century.