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Travelling does not just connect you from one place to another geographically. It has the power to make you more receptible to cultures, traditions, religions and beliefs you had never known before.
This holds even more true for a country like India, with its beautiful union of different religions, customs, traditions, festivals and cuisines. You can put your faith in IndiGo to traverse from Rajasthan's jewel, Jaipur to Tamil Nadu's gem, Coimbatore, with their multiple Jaipur to Coimbatore flights.
After exploring the beautiful city of Coimbatore, you can book your return ticket on one of IndiGo’s Jaipur flights that has a layover in Mumbai.
With layovers in major Indian cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad, you can be assured of a seamless journey between these two Indian states. To explore the flight offers and book Jaipur to Coimbatore lowest airfare tickets, visit www.goindigo.in.
You can also check for Jaipur to Coimbatore flight ticket prices, set your meal preference, change and print your itinerary, all with complete ease owing to the customer-friendly platforms provided by IndiGo.
Once in Coimbatore you can book your return ticket on one of IndiGo’s Coimbatore to Jaipur flights or if you wish to travel further from Coimbatore, IndiGo has you covered with the below cheap air ticket options:
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Spread over a total area of 246.8 sq. km and housing a population of about 1.9 million, Coimbatore is the second-largest city in the Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The city is also known as the ‘Manchester of South India’ because of its large textile industries encouraged by the surrounding cotton fields.
Coimbatore got its name under British rule. It is situated on the banks of River Noyyal. It is one of the cities selected to be developed as the ‘smart city’ under the Smart Cities Mission.
Attend a meditation session at Dhyanalinga. One could also have a fun-filled day with friends or family at the Kovai Kondattam Amusement Park.
Some of the popular tourist attractions of the city are Patteeswarar, Marudhamalai and Arulmigu Eachanari Vinayagar Temples, Gass Forest Museum and the Black Thunder Water Park.
For the shopping addicts, the Cross-Cut Road, Shree Devi Textile, the Brookfield's Mall, Oppanakara Street and Shantiniketan Silks are the shopping places to flock.
Winter (October to March), is considered the best time to visit the city as the weather is pleasantly cold. Monsoons are considered to be pleasant as well since the temperature dips after a few showers that follow a hot and humid summer.
Coimbatore is connected to most parts of the country either via Air (Coimbatore International Airport (IATA: CJB), Roads or Railways (Coimbatore Main Junction).
The annual Coimbatore temperature ranges from about 19°C to 35°C during the year.
Coimbatore International Airport (IATA: CJB) is the main airport of the city. It connects Coimbatore to 3 international and 5 domestic destinations served by various international and domestic carriers that include prime airlines like IndiGo.
Housing a population of about 3.9 million and spread across an area of 484.6 sq. km, Jaipur is the capital of the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. The city, located on the eastern side of the Thar Desert, is also the largest city in the state and the first planned city of India.
Exuding a Royal charm, this Pink City offers a plethora of activities for its visitors. Jaipur has enough to keep you occupied with its beauty.
With its enchanting beauty, Jaipur is replete with mesmerising tourist spots, like the UNESCO World Heritage Sites; Amber Palace and Jantar Mantar, City Palace, the Palace of Winds, Hawa Mahal, historic sites like Albert Hall Museum, Nahargarh Fort and Jaigarh Fort, Birla Temple and many more.
Known for its vibrant and colourful textiles and gems, Jaipur is a shopper's paradise. From the jewellery of Johari and Tripolia bazaars, textiles and handicrafts of Kishanpole, Chandpole and Bapu Bazaars, traditional jootis of Nehru Bazaar to the Gem Palace for its antiques, there is something for everyone.
Being a tourist hotspot, Jaipur is well-connected to all major parts of the country via Air (Jaipur International Airport (IATA: JAI), Railway (Jaipur Junction – JP) and Road.
The average annual temperature in Jaipur ranges from about 45°C in peak summers to about 10°C in peak winters.
Jaipur International Airport (IATA: JAI) is the prime airport serving the city for domestic and international flights. Major international and domestic airlines like IndiGo operate regular flights from the airport to major cities of India.
What is Kiosk check-in?
It is a fast and easy way for passengers to check-in using IndiGo kiosks at airports by simply selecting their seats and printing the boarding pass.
Is registration compulsory for Kiosk check-in?
No. Passengers don't need to register to avail the Kiosk check-in facility.
Can a passenger check-in through Kiosks if the checks in counters are closed for their flight?
No, passengers will not be able to check-in with Kiosk, if they arrive late and the check-in counters are closed for their flight.
Until which month are pregnant women allowed to fly?
IndiGo permits expecting mothers to fly until the end of 36 weeks of pregnancy, provided there are no complications, except for women carrying twins, triplets, etc.
Are there any medical certificates required for expecting mothers?
Yes, a ‘Fit to Fly’ certificate from the treating gynaecologist between the 28th and 36th week of pregnancy will be required.
What is the distance from Coimbatore to Ooty?
The distance between Coimbatore and Ooty is about 85 km via NH181.
Why is Jaipur called the Pink City?
Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur had painted the city pink to welcome the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria in 1876. Since then, Jaipur has been called ‘The Pink City’.