Rohtak, presently, does not have a commercial airport. However, the state government plans to build a Greenfield Cargos Airport at Meham, which located at an approximate distance of 33 km via NH 10 and Hisar Road. The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in Delhi which is well connected to several domestic and international locations. Air India operates flights to domestic destinations like Mumbai, Kolkata, and Amritsar among others and international destinations such as Melbourne, San Francisco, New York, and Singapore. Other service providers such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir, and Jet Airways also operate a number of flights. For enquiry regarding flight information, you can visit their respective websites.
Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi is located at a distance of 71.4 km and can be reached after a drive of about 2 hours via NH 10. Taxis are easily available from the airport premises.
Safety Suggestion: It is safe to travel to Rohtak at any time of the year. Delhi does not generally experience extreme weather conditions- thus, you can be assured of a smooth flight journey. Taxis that are available near the airport premises make it easy to reach Rohtak.
Rohtak is well connected via National Highway 10, National Highway 71 and 71A and State Highway 16 and 18. Both state-run, as well as private buses, ply regularly thus connecting Rohtak to all nearby cities and towns of Punjab, Haryana, and Himachal Pradesh. Buses run by RSRTC (Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation) operate between Rohtak and Hanumangarh. The journey of 278.2 km will take about six hours to cover. You can choose from Ac, non-AC and sleeper buses. You can even book the tickets online and well in advance. Owing to the excellent condition of the road, the journey proves to be nice and comfortable.
Journey Suggestion: Thanks to the excellent condition of roads, the bus journey to Rohtak is quite relaxing. With a variety of bus options are available to choose from, Non-AC seater, and sleeper, AC seater and sleeper, you can rest assured, you will have a comfortable journey.
Rohtak is a Railway Junction connected to Delhi, Panipat, Rewari, Bhiwani, and Jind. The Delhi line connects Rohtak to Bahadur Garh while Panipat line connects it to Gohana and Rewari line connects it to Jhajjar. Delhi and Jind form parts of the Delhi-Fazilka line which is double tracked starting from Delhi and running to Bhatinda in Punjab.
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