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About Hyderabad:

The capital of Andhra Pradesh is Hyderabad. Hyderabad is the third largest city of India and it is situated on the Deccan Plateau. It is also the fourth most populated city in India. In the year 1591, Muhammad Quli Qutub Shah founded the city of Hyderabad. The city of Hyderabad was ruled by the Nizams for a long period, so it is also referred as the 'City of Nizams'. Every year the city attracts a wide number of tourists for leisure and business trips. There are numerous airline carriers offering flights to Hyderabad from all the major cities of India. Hyderabad also comprises of many old historical monuments like Jama Masjid, Birla Mandir, Golconda Fort, Char Minar, Ramoji Film City, Hussain Sagar and Salarjung Museum. The Ministry of Tourism of Hyderabad organizes the Deccan Festival every year on the 25th February. To get a better insight to the tradition and culture one can visit this 5 day festival. In India, Hyderabad is also a major bio-technology and IT hub. Therefore it also known as 'Cyberabad' or 'Hi-Tech' city.

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport: IATA CODE (HYD)

Hyderabad city is served by Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It is situated in Shamshabad, at about 14 miles to the south of Hyderabad. The former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh-Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy named the airport after the former Prime Minster of India- Rajiv Gandhi. Commercial Operations of the airport were initiated on 23rd March 2008. In India, in terms of passenger traffic; it is the fifth busiest airport. Hyderabad Airport has an integrated terminal. Domestic and International flights arrive and depart from the same terminal. The airport also comprises of a special Haj Terminal. It basically handles a massive crowd during the Haj Season. Due to large number of Muslims in Hyderabad, the authorities planned to build this special terminal to maintain the rush during the season.

Pune:

Pune is the second largest city in the state of Maharashtra; whereas it is the 9th most populous city in India. It is surrounded by the Sahayadri hills; which is situated in close proximity to the west coast of India. Being a multi-cultural city, Pune is a perfect blend of architecture and history. Pune city was once the prime center of power of the great Maratha Empire; which was established by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. In the state of Maharashtra, it is considered to be the cultural capital. The city is home to one of the best educational institutions and universities in India. It is also emerging as an important location for manufacturing and IT. It experiences a moderate climate. Pune offers various cuisines, adventure treks and historical monuments in and around the city which attracts a lot of tourists round the year.

Pune Airport: IATA CODE (PNQ)

The city of Pune is served by the Pune airport. It is situated at a distance of about 10 km to the north-east. The airport being a civil enclave is operated and administered by the Airports Authority of India. The Indian Air Force shares it runway with the airport. The airport caters both domestic and international flights. Taxis and auto rickshaw services to and fro from the airport are available to the passengers. Bus and private car rental services are also available. Airlines that operate from the airport are IndiGo, Jet Airways, Spice Jet, Air India, Air India Express, Air Asia India, Vistara and Lufthansa. Besides domestic destinations, the airport serves direct flights to international destinations like Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Many airline carriers offers cheap flight tickets from Hyderabad to Pune. On BookMyTicket.com, you are sure to find the best price on flight tickets from HYD to PNQ.

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport:

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
Shamshabad
Hyderabad

Andhra Pradesh –500409

Airport Code: HYD

Pune Airport Address:

Lohegaon,

Pune,

Maharashtra 411032

Airport Code: PNQ

 

 

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