|Serial Number||Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Days of Operations|
|1||G8 196||Jammu to Hyderabad||14:45||22:45||Daily|
|2||G8 171||Jammu to Hyderabad||16:00||22:45||Daily|
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How many flights take off on a weekly basis?
Go First operates around 14 Jammu-Hyderabad flights on a weekly basis.
The first flight leaves for Hyderabad from Jammu at 14:45 and lands at 22:45 bearing flight number G8 196
The last flight leaves for Hyderabad from Jammu at 16:00 and lands at 22:45 bearing flight number G8 171.
The average travel time between these cities is eight hours
Jammu Airport code is IXJ and Hyderabad Airport code is HYD. The name of the Jammu Airport is Jammu Civil Enclave and Hyderabad Airport is Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.
About Jammu to Hyderabad Flights
Jammu is a beautiful city located in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. It serves as the winter capital of the state too. Situated 1000 feet above mean sea level, Jammu is surrounded by various mountain ranges on the banks of the River Tawi. It was founded by Raja Jambulochan from whom it gets its name.
Jammu has a lot of spirituality to it. There are many palaces in the region, which also gives proof of the great history this place has experienced. It also has a large number of temples in the area for worshipping many different Gods and Goddesses. This rightfully earns Jammu the title of ‘City of Temples’. Also, because of having so many sights worth seeing, it is not surprising that tourism is the main source of income here. So, for anyone looking to take a break and relax for some time, this city has everything that you need.
Hyderabad city is the capital of Telangana State and temporary capital of Andhra Pradesh. A city located on the bank of Musi River. It was established in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah. In 1724, Mughal King Asif Jah I declared his dominion and created his own empire, known as the Nizams of Hyderabad. Hyderabad means "Haydar's city" from haydar (lion) and abad (city).
One more story says that Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the founder of the city, named it "Bhagyanagar" after Bhagmati, a local dancing girl with whom he had fallen in love. She converted to Islam and adopted the title, Hyder Mahal. The city was renamed Hyderabad in her honour.
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Airport Name: Satwari Airport/ Jammu Civil Enclave
Near Air Force School, Jammu
Jammu and Kashmir 180003
IATA Code: IXJ
Helpline No: 0191-2437843
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Airport Name: Shamshabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
IATA Code: HYD
Tel: +91 40 6739 4099
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Vaishno Devi Temple is set at an elevation of 5300 feet above sea level and to reach the temple, devotees need to cover a trek of 12 km from the base camp Katra.
The Charminar was built by Mohammad Quli Qutb Shah, the fifth ruler of the QutbShahi dynasty and the man who is credited with founding the city of Hyderabad in about 1591-92 CE.