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Are you looking for Agartala to Bhuj flights?Then Adani One is your platform for all your flight ticket booking needs. You only need to select the source and the destination cities along with the travel dates. An airfare calendar displays a list of the most convenient flights available at attractive prices. You get more discounts when you book your return tickets. Among the domestic airlines available on the platform are IndiGo, Go First, Air India and AirAsia. There are no direct or connecting flights from Agartala to Bhuj. However, you can take a connecting flight from Agartala to Ahmedabad, and then take a bus or taxi to Bhuj. Around 18 connecting flights fly between these two cities in a week. You can also take a non-stop flight from Ahmedabad to Bhuj.

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Air India13:45
18h 20m₹19,409
Air India13:45
18h 20m₹19,409

Agartala to Bhuj Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

18h 20m

First Flight

Air India AI-744,departs at 13:45

Last Flight

Air India AI-744, departs at 13:45

Popular Airlines from Agartala to Bhuj

Air India

Total flights to Travel from Agartala to Bhuj in a day


Airport Codes for Agartala and Bhuj

IXA-Agartala, BHJ-Bhuj

About Bhuj Airport

Bhuj Airport ( IATA: BHJ) is located 3 km from the city centre and about 48 km from the Indo-Pakistan border. It is a domestic airport and shares its runway with the Bhuj Rudra Mata Air Force Base. It is also known as Rudra Mata Airport and Shyamji Krishna Varma Airport. Regular flights to Ahmedabad and Mumbai operate from this airport. There is only one terminal in this airport that handles both arrivals and departures. It can handle around 350 passengers at a time. Facilities in the airport include baggage trolleys, wheelchairs for aged and physically challenged persons, ATMs and free medical assistance. While there are no shopping facilities in this airport, there are snack bars.

About Bhuj

Bhuj is a walled city situated in the Kutch region. The city was established in 1510 by Rao Hamirij, and it was made the capital of Kutch, a princely state, in 1549 by Rao Khengarji. Kutch was a prosperous state that benefited largely from the sea trade. Rannotsav is a famous attraction in the Kutch region. Other significant celebrations include Makar Sankranti, Navratri, Janmashthami. Bhuj is known for its leather embroidery and handicrafts, especially Bandhani. Gujarati food dominates Bhuj, and Dabeli is a famous snack there. Many wildlife sanctuaries can be found in Bhuj. Bhuj is famous for its bags and brightly coloured clothing. The city is well connected to New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bengaluru and other important cities in India. The temperature in Bhuj varies from 20∞C to 40∞C during summer and from 8∞C to 36∞C during winter. The best time to visit Bhuj is from October to March.

Place to visit in Bhuj


Kutch Museum


Mandvi Beach


Prag Mahal

About Agartala Airport

Agartala Airport is situated 12 km northeast of Agartala city centre. It was built in 1942 by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur, and the airport is named after him. SpiceJet, IndiGo and Air India operate flights from this airport. Frequent destinations are Guwahati and Kolkata. It is the third busiest airport in northeast India. The Airports Authority of India manages this airport. There is a single terminal at this airport. Facilities at the airport include baggage trolleys, medical assistance, wheelchair, childcare room, ATMs, restaurants and snack bars. There are duty free shops and stalls that sell handlooms and handicrafts.

About Agartala

Agartala is the capital city of the state of Tripura. It is located on the banks of the River Haorah (Howrah). It is the second largest city in northeast India after Guwahati. The name Agartala comes from two words, ëagarí which means oily perfume of the agaru tree, and ëtalaí which means a storehouse. Agartala is located close to Bangladesh. Agartala was founded by Maharaja Krishna Kishore Manikya in 1838. It was the capital of the erstwhile princely state of Tripura. The city has a monsoon-influenced subtropical climate. It experiences a long, hot and wet summer from April to October. Winter starting from mind-November to early March is mild. The best time to visit Agartala is from September to February.

Place to visit in Agartala


Jampui Hill


Neermahal Palace


Ujjayanta Palace

Frequently Asked Questions

In 1960, Bombay State was split into the two linguistic states of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Kutch was included in Gujarat State as the Kutch district. Bhuj is an important town in Kutch, and also the district headquarters of Kutch.
Yes, the airport in Agartala is serviced by several airlines including SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Air India. Ten flights on an average operate from this airport to Kolkata, Guwahati and the north-eastern cities.
Unakoti is a pilgrim centre devoted to Lord Shiva. It is believed to be 11 to 13 centuries old.
The risa, the rignai and the rikutu are the three components that make up the traditional Tripuri clothing for women.
At this airport, passengers can access various services including baggage trolleys, wheelchairs, restrooms, childcare rooms, restaurants and ATMs.
Temples, palaces and the lengthy history of the Manikya monarchs can be seen all over Agartala. Agartala is known for its bamboo handicrafts and locally woven shawls and textiles.
The city of Bhuj is famous for its palaces and temples.
A humid subtropical climate characterises Agartala during the monsoon season. Summers bring high humidity and temperatures averaging around 28∞C.
A centre for shopping, Agartala is a great place to get handloom sarees, silk sarees, cotton sarees and so on.
You can purchase items such as shoes, purses, pieces of fabric and several other trinkets and knick knacks.
Carry luggage within permissible limits. Carry solid food, and limit liquid food to 100 ml only. Do not carry unsafe and prohibited items.