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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
Air India19:55
Agartala
16:15
Bhopal
20h 20m₹13,219
Air India19:55
Agartala
16:15
Bhopal
20h 20m₹13,219
Air India13:45
Agartala
16:15
Bhopal
26h 30m₹15,789
Air India13:45
Agartala
07:20
Bhopal
17h 35m₹15,789
Air India13:45
Agartala
16:15
Bhopal
26h 30m₹15,789
Air India13:45
Agartala
16:15
Bhopal
26h 30m₹16,471
Air India13:45
Agartala
12:00
Bhopal
22h 15m₹16,689
Air India13:45
Agartala
12:00
Bhopal
22h 15m₹16,689

Agartala to Bhopal Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

17h 35m

First Flight

Air India AI-744,departs at 13:45

Last Flight

Air India AI-746, departs at 19:55

Popular Airlines from Agartala to Bhopal

Air India

Total flights to Travel from Agartala to Bhopal in a day

8

Airport Codes for Agartala and Bhopal

IXA-Agartala, BHO-Bhopal
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About Bhopal Airport

The Raja Bhoj International Airport (IATA: BHO) is situated in Gandhi Nagar, around 15 km from the city centre. The airport was named after Maharaja Raja Bhoj in 2011, and a new integrated terminal was inaugurated, with significant improvements in terms of the better handling of increased passenger traffic, improved runways for wide-body aircrafts, and better amenities for both local and foreign tourists. The 100-kilowatt solar power plant installed in 2013 is used to run the airport's utility grid system and was the first of its kind in the state. The Bhopal airport is one of the major airports in the state and is well connected with other major cities of the country, such as Delhi, Kolkata, and Mumbai. Both domestic and international flight operations are handled at the airport's new integrated terminal. This terminal has about 14 check-in counters and ten immigration counters to facilitate quicker passenger mobility. The airport is well connected with the railway and bus stations of Bhopal by road. Raja Bhoj International Airport offers free wheelchairs and luggage carts for the elderly and specially abled. The airport also offers various additional services for the comfort and safety of travellers, including medical assistance, childcare areas, and others.

About Bhopal

Bhopal is one of the major industrial hubs of India and the capital of Madhya Pradesh. The city was founded by Raja Bhoj, the erstwhile ruler of this region. It is one of the greenest cities in the country. Popularly known as the ëCity of Lakesí, Bhopal has several natural and man-made lakes. Despite industrialization and consequent infrastructural development, Bhopal has made its best efforts to retain its old-world charm. During the colonial era, Bhopal was declared a municipality. Bhopal became a part of the Indian Union in 1949 after gaining independence. Bhopal has some unique dishes and is famous for its kebabs and curries. The city is also home to a wide variety of industries, including mill cotton, flour, weave fabric, paint, match, and sealing wax industries.

Place to visit in Bhopal

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Bhojpur Temple

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Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum

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Moti Masjid

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Raisen Fort

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Sanchi Stupa

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Taj Ul Masjid

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Upper Lake

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About Agartala Airport

The third-busiest airport in Northeast India, the Agartala Airport (IATA: IXA) is located around 12 km to the northeast of the city. Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur established the airport in 1942, and the airport is named after him. The 4th Combat Cargo Group utilised the Agartala Airport during World War II. During this period, ammunition and supplies were also airdropped from here for use by the Allied troops. Several airlines, such as Spicejet, IndiGo, and Air India, operate flights frequently from this airport. The most popular flight routes are Agartala to Kolkata and Agartala to Guwahati. The Agartala Airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates and a capacity of 250 passengers for arrivals and departures. For the convenience of travellers, the terminal also features 14 check-in desks, four security checkpoints, and one immigration station. Private cars and buses are also available, which includes taxi and auto services. The airport has lounges and restaurants, childcare centres, wheelchair facilities, medical facilities, baggage trolleys, and other facilities.

About Agartala

The name ëAgartalaí is derived from the two words ëAgarí and ëTalaí, which translate to ëa storehouse of valuable perfume derived from the agaru treeí. The city is situated on the banks of the Haora river. The city is close to the Akhaura border, the border between India and Bangladesh, where a flag ceremony is conducted every evening. The city is the second largest city in the North East after Guwahati and is a beautiful aesthetic place with majestic lakes, lush valleys, and majestic waterfalls. Agartala is a cultural hub with a rich history. Maharaja Krishna Chandra Manikya Bahadur of the Manikya Dynasty moved Swadhin Tripura's capital from Rangamati to Agartala in the nineteenth century. Later, the Maharaja shifted the capital from Old Haveli to New Haveli (present-day Agartala) in 1849 to avoid periodic invasions by Kukis and improve proximity with British Bengal. The Ujjayanta Palace, which is the official place of meeting for the Legislative Assembly of Tripura, is located in Agartala. The Kaman Chowmuhani and Gol Bazaar are the main areas for business and shopping in the city. The city has various eateries that offer a variety of Indian food. The food here is comparatively affordable and heavily influenced by Bengali cuisine. Overall, the city has a calm feel, contrary to the typical hustle and bustle one experiences in cities.
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Airport Information

Agartala

Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, Usha Bazar, Agartala, Tripura 799009

Bhopal

Raja Bhoj Airport, Raja Bhoj Airport Area, Bairagarh, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462030

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there are quite a few Buddhist temples in Agartala, such as Venuban Vihar Buddha Shrine, among others.
Yes, you can bring your own food on the aeroplane, provided it is packed properly.
Yes, visitors from all faiths are all welcome at the temple.
The city centre of Agartala is only 12 kilometres from the Agartala airport.
The Sanchi Stupa is 48.7 kilometres from Bhopal. It takes around 1 hour and 5 minutes to drive to the Stupa.
The city centre and Bhopal Airport are relatively close (about 15 kilometres).
There are no direct flights connecting Agartala with Bhopal. However, currently, there are four connecting flights available from Agartala to Kolkata, from Kolkata to Mumbai or New Delhi, and then to Bhopal. Do check the Adani One portal for the latest flight information.
The IATA code for Agartala Airport is IXA. For Bhopal Airport, it is BHO.
For a calm sightseeing experience, the best time to visit Ujjayanta Palace would be the evening.
The temple is renowned for housing 14 deities. The walls of the temple are inscribed with pictures, rather than idols, which adds to the uniqueness of this temple.
Air India and IndiGo operate flights from Agartala to Bhopal.
The shortest flight from Agartala to Bhopal is the flight from Agartala to Bhopal with layovers at Kolkata and New Delhi, which takes around 20 hours.
The Kamalasagar Kali Temple in Agartala is dedicated to Goddess Kali and is one of the ancient shrines of Tripura.