Even though currently travelling in any form is on hold for the safety of the people, there is no hold for planning your travels. You can still book flights for the near future. How is this possible? Go First is protecting the flight PNRs for a period of one year. If you book flights now, the PNR is protected and you can reschedule your tickets any time at zero rescheduling fees*.
Hence, flight bookings for Kolkata to Ahmedabad are now possible. Go First offers low-cost deals for Kolkata to Ahmedabad flight fares. Additionally, you can also avail discounts and benefits for air tickets from Kolkata to Ahmedabad.
You can easily book your Kolkata to Ahmedabad flight ticket through the website or you can download the mobile app.
To get more information about the Kolkata to Ahmedabad flight schedule, click here.
Note: The discounts and offers are subject to change.
To book a Chandigarh to Delhi flight, you can follow the steps below:
Once you click on Book Now, you will be directed to the flight pages for Kolkata to Ahmedabad. Here, all the flights flying to Ahmedabad from Kolkata will be listed. You can choose a flight that is best for your schedule and continue the booking process.
You can carry any one of the following documents:
If you have booked a flight with Go First, then you can reschedule the same for a future date at zero rescheduling fees. To know more about flight rescheduling in the current scenario, click here.
Currently, Go First flight tickets are non-transferable.
Yes. You can pre-book your seat through the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the website if you have booked the ticket using the Go First website. If you have booked a ticket through a travel agency, then you can pre-book a seat during web check-in.
You can do a web check-in for the flight within 72 hours until 2 hours before the departure.
Kolkata is where you get a glimpse of both. The British past of India and the current modern-day life. Kolkata as a city is rich in culture, traditions, food, and high energy. The city is regarded as one of the cultural and intellectual centres of the country. The City of Joy is renowned for its music and literature. Kolkata still has an old-world charm. The tourist attractions in Kolkata are Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, Dakineshwar Temple, Indian Museum, and Kalighat. Kolkata is also a foodie’s delight. The dishes one should try here are Kathi Roll, Macher Jhol, Kosha Mangsho, Puckha, Jhal Muri, Alur Torkari, and Chop.
The best time to visit Kolkata is from October to February.
The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is one of the largest airports in Eastern India. It is located at 17 km from the city centre.
Ahmedabad is a developing metropolis. It is a hub for education, trade, and commerce. It is popular for its fine food, magnificent architecture, and textiles. Situated on the banks of the Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad has recently become a tourist destination. The city is home to a plethora of marvels such as the Swaminarayan Temple, Adalaj Stepwell, Kankaria Lake, Sidi Sayid’s Mosque, Sabarmati Ashram, and many more. Street food hopping and shopping are the two most interesting things you can do here.
The best time for travellers to visit Ahmedabad is from October to March.
The Ahmedabad Airport connects the city to destination in India and abroad. It is equipped with all the required amenities. The airport is located in Hansol at 10 km from the city centre.
Airport name: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
Jessore Rd, Dum Dum,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700052
Airport Code: CCU
Helpline: 033 2511 8036
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Airport Name: 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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Kolkata: Built in the memory of Queen Victoria, the Victoria Memorial is now a museum and one of the highlights for tourists visiting Kolkata
Ahmedabad: Badshah no Hajiro (King's Tomb) in Ahmedabad, houses the tombs of Ahmed shah I, his son Muhammed Shah II and grandson Ahmed Shah II.