Besides pushing in fresh air through our urban jungle, travelling enables us to enjoy the company of our loved ones and make it memorable. Being a writer, I have to indulge in a lot of brain-storming and my wife remains occupied in her stressful job. The opportunity to visit a friend added some amount of energy in our lives.
I had to look through a lot of travel websites that might help us choose the best route, simple mode of transport, best rates and specified time frame. We found an online travel-planner that helped show us through the best Ahmedabad to Ranchi Travel Route.
We had to cover some 1303 km while flying from Ahmedabad to Ranchi. Had we travelled by car, it would take us more than 23 hours to reach Ranchi. Our travel planner also helped us choose from amongst a number of airline services. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Intl. (AMD) airport runs regular flights for renowned carriers like Air Sahara, Air India Limited, Kingfisher Limited and Jet Airways.
The Birsa Munda (IXR) airport also runs similar flights for Ahmedabad. We had to pick a carrier that would make us reach our destination in time. Our timing and budget seemed to match up to the services of Jet Airways. We were glad about not having to pay anything extra for our meal.
The trip from Ahmedabad to Ranchi was worth remembering, since that was the first time that my wife was travelling in a plane. We had to fly from Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel airport Ahmedabad (AMD) to Birsa Munda Ranchi (IXB) airport with a stopover at Indira Gandhi Airport in New Delhi.
We really enjoyed the warm hospitality of the flight attendants and the delicious cuisines served by them. It was the spirit of their professionalism that drew most of our attention. On most occasions, I had travelled to Ranchi by train, but this was a different experience for both of us. From a height we could see the natural beauty of Ranchi and things became more vivid as we came down. The entire trip was memorable and we really enjoyed it.