Surat Imphal SpiceJet Flights

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Surat to Imphal Spicejet Flights

Surat(STV) to Imphal(IMF) SpiceJet Flights Schedule

  Multi Carrier
STV  14:50 Surat, India
20h 0m ( 2 Stops )
IMF  10:50 Imphal, India
5420

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  • Airline Code SG
  • Phone Number 1-800-180-3333

Surat (STV) to Imphal (IMF) SpiceJet flights also serves

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Vapi is approx 128 kms from Surat (STV)

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Silvassa is approx 141 kms from Surat (STV)

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Bhavnagar is approx 396 kms from Surat (STV)

Palghar Imphal SpiceJet Flights

Palghar is approx 224 kms from Surat (STV)

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Anand is approx 233 kms from Surat (STV)

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Bharuch is approx 109 kms from Surat (STV)

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Imphal (IMF) to Surat (STV) SpiceJet flights also serves

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Silchar is approx 275 kms from Imphal (IMF)

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Haflong is approx 400 kms from Imphal (IMF)

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Popular attractions in Imphal

  • Andro

    A small village situated near the east of Imphal, Andro houses the Andro Gramshang Museum that includes various varieties of conventional pots named as.......

  • Manipur State Museum

    The Manipur State Museum, situated in Imphal, is one of the most popular museums in the state. It was inaugurated in 1969 by the then Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, and has ever since remained one of the most prominent museums of the state alongside being a very popular tourist destination as well.  

  • Kangla Fort

    Kangla in Imphal was the seat of kingly governance starting from the rule of the legendary God-king, Nongda Lairen Pakhangba in 33A.D to Maharaj Kulachandra in 1891A.D. Standing as Manipur's pride, the fort was captured by the British and post independence, it was occupied by the Assam Rifles till 2004. The fort is reminiscent of Manipur's rich history and speaks proudly of its culture and traditions.

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