About Ahmedabad:

The largest city in the state of Gujarat is Ahmedabad. It was also the former capital of Gujarat before being changed to Gandhinagar. Ahmedabad is situated on the river bank Sabarmati; which is about 30 km from the capital. In India, Ahmedabad is the sixth largest city, whereas in terms of metropolitan area, it is the seventh largest. Ahmedabad is also the largest city in the state of Gujarat. In Gujarat, Ahmedabad is a major hub for commerce and trade. It is an important travel destination in India due to its commercial importance, magnificent monuments, and a splendid history which reminds one and all about its glorious past. It is home to a lot of industries including textile industry being the largest as it is the second largest producer of cotton. Over the years, Ahmedabad has seen tremendous growth in various sectors like education, IT, and science. Shopping in Ahmedabad can be an amusing experience as it offers shopping from old markets to newly towering malls. It is also renowned food haven as one can relish on some of the best Gujarati specialties. Ahmedabad is also among the hundred cities selected to be developed as a smart city under the leadership of our Prime Minister- Narendra Modi.

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport: IATA CODE (AMD)

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport caters to both international and domestic flights of Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar. It is located at around 15 kms from the center of the city. The airport was named after the first Deputy Prime Minister of India- Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. In India, it is the eight busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic. The airport comprises of an international terminal, domestic terminal, cargo terminal, and an additional terminal reserved for secondary traffic. Bus services are operated by the Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service for travelers convenience. The airport is well connected to major cities of India, and as well as to other parts of the world. Airline carriers like IndiGo, Jet Airways, Spice Jet and Air India offer discounted and cheap flight tickets between the two destinations.


Coimbatore, also referred as Kovai, is a major city which is situated on the banks of river-Noyyal. It is located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Tamil is the official language of the state. After Chennai, Coimbatore is the second largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu. The Coimbatore Municipal Corporation administers the city. It is also a major hub for education, commerce, industries, IT, textiles, manufacturing and health care. Owing to its cotton production and textile industries; the city is also often referred as 'Manchester of South India'. Coimbatore is also called the 'Pump City' as in India, it provides about half of the motor and pump requirement. The city comprises of a pleasant climate and a rich culture. It is also home to scenic waterfalls, temples, and ancient monuments. A significant amount of tourists from all over the world are attracted towards the city.

Coimbatore International Airport: IATA CODE (CJB)

It is the primary airport which serves the city of Coimbatore. The airport is located at 13 km from the city center in Peelamedu. The airport was previously was known as Peelamedu Civil Aerodrome. Coimbatore airport is served by seven domestic and three international airlines. The airport is administered and operated by the Airports Authority of India. It caters to flights to all major cities of India and to international destinations like Singapore and Sharjah. A/c cabs, rickshaws, taxis provide to and fro services from the airport.

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Address:


Gujarat 380003



Coimbatore International Airport

Avinashi Road,


Tamil Nadu 641014


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