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London Jammu from £562

Jammu City is the winter capital of India's northernmost state, Jammu and Kashmir. Direct flights from London to Jammu are very uncommon, but you can book a cheap flight that stops over at one or two other cities. Several Indian international airlines like Air India and Jet Airways provide their services here, as do airlines like Qatar, British Airways and Lufthansa. Though the majority of flights depart from Heathrow, there are some that take off from Gatwick or London City airports too. The stopovers are generally at major Indian cities like Delhi or Mumbai, though depending on the flight you choose, you may go via Doha, Zurich, Vienna or Frankfurt. The actual flight time is about 10 hours, but the long stopovers can easily double your journey time. However, the airports at Delhi and Bombay are huge, with luxurious lounges and innumerable shops and restaurants, so the wait should be comfortable and hassle-free. On reaching Jammu's Satwari Airport from London, you can book a cab at the prepaid taxi counters, or take a connector bus that will take you to the city's main bus stand.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Jammu: Selection by airline companies

  • Air India

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    Sun 06 Nov - Sun 27 Nov

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    Tue 11 Oct - Tue 18 Oct

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    Sat 24 Sep - Sat 01 Oct

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    London Jammu

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    Fri 25 Nov - Fri 30 Dec

Cheap London - Jammu Flights

To travel between London and Jammu at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Jammu flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Jammu flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Jammu 1 Bahu Fort

This 3000 year old sandstone fort, with its towers and staircases, is a history lesson come alive. Visit the shrine to the Hindu Goddess, Kali, and then head out to enjoy the landscaped gardens surrounding the fort.

2 Peer Baba Dargah

Jammu is famous for its many temples, but this Islamic shrine permeates all religious boundaries. Devotees and tourist throng here to pay homage to the tomb of Peer Baba, a saint fabled to have lived for 500 years. It is said that those who offer flowers and a ceremonial cover to the tomb will have their wishes granted.

3 Mansar Lake

Apart from having religious and mythological significance, this lake is a watering hole for local birds and freshwater fauna. There is a wildlife sanctuary around it, so animals like deer and wild buffalos are also seen. Go boating here for the ultimate relaxation.

4 Trekking at Doda

If you are more adventurous, go trekking at Doda. This region has trails for both experienced as well as amateur trekkers, and this is the best way to take in the scenic beauty of the city.

5 Raghunath Bazaar

Pick up some souvenirs at the Raghunath Bazaar before you fly back to London. Everything from the traditional garb, 'phiran', to rugs, jewellery and dry fruits is available here.

Required travel documents for India

If you are a British passport holder, you will need to acquire an Indian tourist visa before you travel. You must ensure that there are two blank pages in your passport when you apply for the visa. The 'Visa on Arrival' facility is extremely limited in India, and it is available to the nationals of only a select few countries like Japan, Singapore, Finland and Luxembourg. Tourists flying from London to Jammu will also need to make sure that their passports are valid for at least another six months when they land in India.
From historical and religious monuments to buzzing bazars and local restaurants, the city is steeped in culture. Plan your itinerary well to ensure you can enjoy everything that the city has to offer.