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Thiruvananthapuram and Pune are major cities of southern India and hence both witness the commute of thousands of people every day. You can now make the journey and record time with Thiruvananthapuram to Pune flights operated by IndiGo. To find out Thiruvananthapuram to Pune lowest airfare flight details, all you have to do is visit the official IndiGo website or download the IndiGo app.
You can also book your return Pune to Thiruvananthapuram flights on IndiGo.
Since many people need to travel between these two key Indian cities, IndiGo operates regular connecting flights that link Pune with Thiruvananthapuram with layovers in Bengaluru and Delhi. Your flight duration will vary from 4 hours 30 minutes to 11 hours depending on the layover.
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Pune is one of India’s most instrumental cities. It is host to the southern headquarters of the Indian Army.
This city is tucked away between the rivers the Mula and the Mutha. Owing to its unique landscape, it draws thousands of tourists. It is also the ultimate destination for both working professionals and students. Pune is home to some of the most prestigious educational institutes and has a vibrant multi-ethnic student population. It also goes by the name ‘Oxford and Cambridge of India’ bestowed upon it by India’s erstwhile Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
So whether you are in Pune to study or work or you came here for your vacation, you are sure to have a packed schedule if you want to breathe in the essence of the city. Visit the Shaniwar Wada Fort and feel like you have been transported through time into a distant past. This fort was established by Peshwa Baji Rao I and was involved in the Anglo Maratha wars.
Once you are in Pune, you simply must try out the iconic Tandoori tea in Kharadi. You might also be interested in the food walks and heritage walks that are regularly scheduled in this city. You should also visit the Osho Ashram and the Aga Khan Palace.
Pune is an enthralling place when it comes to tourism, and thanks to its history and gorgeous landscape. Some exciting tourist attractions in Pune include – the Khadakwasla Dam, the famous German Bakery, the Pataleshwar Cave Temple, the Pashan Lake, Parvati Hill, the Lohagad Fort, the Karla Caves, the Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, the Sinhagad Fort, the Koregaon Park among many others.
In tune with Pune’s status as a rising smart metro city, there are many well-stocked shopping zones in the city. The top favourites among tourists are— Juna Bazaar for artefacts, Laxmi road for clothes, Koregaon Park for Osho merchandise, Mahatma Phule Mandai for fruits and vegetables, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar for delectable sweets, Fashion Street for western clothes, Tulsi Baug for jewellery, Clover Centre for branded outfits, Bajirao Road for interior decoration.
Fergusson College Road and Hong Kong lane are famous for clothes, accessories and jewellery.
Schedule your Pune trip when winter sets in because the winter months in this city are pleasant. If possible avoid going to the city in the summer because this season is hot and supremely uncomfortable. Besides, if you visit Pune in winter, you will get the opportunity to attend the Sawai Gandharva Sangeeth Mahotsav, which is organised in Pune every year.
Like all major cities, commuting to different parts of Pune is easy breezy. Take your pick from buses, trains, taxis, auto-rickshaws, rented cars and metro— they all ply along major routes. If you can also easily reach Pane’s suburban areas that are connected to the main city by trains. And of course, there are app cabs that you can make use of.
Summers in Pune may be quite hot when the temperature hovers around 32 degrees Celsius. Monsoon arrives soon after in mid-June. Winters are pleasant with the temperature averaging around 11 degrees Celsius.
The Chhatrapati Sambhaji Raje International Airport (IATA: PNQ) is one of the busiest in the country and IndiGo operates both domestic and international flights from this airport.
Formerly known as Trivandrum, this city is the capital of Kerala. It is one of the most important IT hubs in India. It also houses important educational institutes such as the University of Kerala and APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University as well as the headquarters of Indira Gandhi National Open University.
Tourists usually make a beeline for- Ponmudi Hills, Kovalam Town, Napier Museum, Varkala Town, Padmanabha Swamy Temple, Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Veli Beach and Kerala Science and Technology Museum.
You will find an extensive collection of local handmade artwork at SARWAA. Then there is Pothys, a departmental store on MG Road where electronics, clothes and toys are sold at attractive prices. Book lovers should definitely take a look around in the Modern Book Centre on MG Road. At Kalyan Silks and Karalkada, you will find top quality textiles. Other famous shopping malls are Mall of Travancore and QRS Square Mall.
In Thiruvananthapuram, you can opt for buses (both private and government-operated) trains, cabs and auto-rickshaws.
Thiruvananthapuram does not witness a clearly-defined change of seasons. The average maximum is 34 degrees Celsius and the average minimum is 21 degrees Celsius and that is how it is all year round. There is a monsoon season when the city is lashed by torrential rainfall.
Thiruvananthapuram Airport (IATA: TRV) serves the city and to find out about flights operated by IndiGo from this airport, visit the official website.
Can I pre-book snacks on Thiruvananthapuram to Pune flights?
Yes, you can pre-book snacks on Thiruvananthapuram to Pune flights.
Does Thiruvananthapuram have ATM facilities?
Yes, you can find ATMs at this airport.
How do I check-in for my Thiruvananthapuram to Pune flight?
There are three modes of check-in — web check-in, app check-in and desk check-in at the airport.
When should I arrive for my flight?
You should reach the airport at least 2 hours before your flight takes off.
Do I have to book a seat for my infant child?
No, children between 7 months to two years of age have to be seated in the lap of an adult.
How do I check the status of my flight?
Download the IndiGo app to find out the status of your flight.
How much baggage am I allowed on flights?
You can carry up to 15 kg of luggage on IndiGo flights.