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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo20:10
Agartala
07:30
Chennai
11h 20m₹10,248
Air India19:55
Agartala
19:30
Chennai
23h 35m₹10,349
IndiGo17:05
Agartala
23:15
Chennai
06h 10m₹10,601
IndiGo11:10
Agartala
20:15
Chennai
09h 05m₹10,601
IndiGo09:15
Agartala
20:15
Chennai
11h 00m₹11,526
IndiGo08:25
Agartala
13:40
Chennai
05h 15m₹11,526
IndiGo09:15
Agartala
13:40
Chennai
04h 25m₹11,526
Air India13:45
Agartala
19:30
Chennai
05h 45m₹12,143
IndiGo15:40
Agartala
00:20
Chennai
08h 40m₹12,542
IndiGo08:25
Agartala
17:20
Chennai
08h 55m₹12,542
Air India13:45
Agartala
07:10
Chennai
17h 25m₹13,215
Air India13:45
Agartala
10:35
Chennai
20h 50m₹13,510
IndiGo11:10
Agartala
17:20
Chennai
06h 10m₹13,548
IndiGo14:35
Agartala
19:40
Chennai
05h 05m₹13,658
IndiGo09:15
Agartala
17:20
Chennai
08h 05m₹13,658
IndiGo13:35
Agartala
19:40
Chennai
06h 05m₹13,722
IndiGo15:40
Agartala
01:35
Chennai
09h 55m₹14,885
Air India19:55
Agartala
17:25
Chennai
21h 30m₹16,113
Air India19:55
Agartala
20:15
Chennai
24h 20m₹16,113
Air India19:55
Agartala
23:35
Chennai
27h 40m₹18,266
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Agartala to Chennai Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

04h 25m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-7014,departs at 08:25

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-6705, departs at 20:10

Popular Airlines from Agartala to Chennai

IndiGo, Air India

Total flights to Travel from Agartala to Chennai in a day

26

Airport Codes for Agartala and Chennai

IXA-Agartala, MAA-Chennai
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About Chennai Airport

The Chennai International Airport is the third busiest airport in India (IATA code: MAA) and is located in Tirusulam, about 21 km from the city centre. There are two terminals at the airport, one for domestic flights and the other for international flights. It serves as a hub for several airlines, including Alliance Air, Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Go Air, and Vistara. As a connecting airport, it also serves Air Mauritius, Qatar Airways, SriLankan Airlines, Etihad Airways, Air Arabia, and Thai Airways. Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok, Colombo, and Dubai are the most frequently travelled to foreign cities from Chennai international airport. Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru are the most well-liked domestic locations. The airport has a range of dining and drinking facilities, duty-free shops, currency exchange, ATMs, a postal service, lounge chairs, and a prayer hall. A hotel, a business centre, and vehicle rentals are also available. Regular bus services, rental cars, metro trains, prepaid and app-based taxis, and auto rickshaws are available to transport passengers from the airport to the city.

About Chennai

Chennai is the capital city of the South Indian state of Tamilnadu. It is a city rich in culture, history, and people. Chennai is a popular tourist site and is referred to as the "Gateway to South India." The city was a significant port city around 400 BC. It has been ruled by the Cholas, Pallavas, Tondaimans, Pandyas, and Nayaks under the Vijayanagar Empire, the Portuguese, and the British. The former Madrasapattinam was renamed Madras when this modern city was established in 1644 by the British. It was officially renamed Chennai in 1996. Chennai is highly known for its hospitality, and its residents are welcoming and friendly. It is home to numerous diverse populations, such as Hindus, Christians, Muslims, and Buddhists, and it is a melting pot of various cultures and religions. Idli, dosa, and other delectable meals are some of the city's most well-known dishes from South Indian cuisine. Some of the top restaurants in India, serving cuisine from throughout the world, are located there. The city is home to numerous historical landmarks, including the Government Museum and Fort St. George. The vast majority of the people speak Tamil. The city's two most well-liked artistic forms, Bharatanatyam dance, and Carnatic music have a significant influence. The best time to visit here is between October and February when the weather is suitable for sightseeing.

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Santhome Cathedral Basilica

About Agartala Airport

Agartala Airport is known as Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IATA code: IXA) and it is situated 12 km northwest of the city centre near Singerbhil. The airport was built in 1942 by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur. There are frequent flights offered by several carriers, such as Indigo, Air India, and SpiceJet. Two of the busiest routes from this airport are the seven weekly flights to Guwahati and the ten weekly flights from Agartala to Kolkata. The Airports Authority of India manages and controls this single terminal airport. After Guwahati, it is the second busiest airport in northeast India. Four security check booths, one immigration desk, and 14 check-in counters allow it to accommodate up to 250 passengers. The airport has free wheelchairs and trolleys, child care rooms, health facilities, restaurants, and cafes in addition to an information desk, ATMs, and duty-free shopping. At the airport, there are buses, taxis, auto rentals, and cycle rickshaws available.

About Agartala

Agartala is the state capital of Tripura and is situated on the banks of the River Haora. It is the second-largest city in Northeast India after Guwahati and is surrounded by lush woods, picturesque valleys, and roaring waterfalls, making it a popular tourist destination. It is well-known for its stunning landscapes, palaces, and temples, as well as for its connections to Rabindranath Tagore and the rich Manikya royal culture. The term "Agartala" is made up of the words "Agar" and the suffix "tala," which both imply "storehouse." The city of Agartala has a thriving cultural community. Rich, spicy cuisine and a wide variety of curries are famous in Tripura. Rice, mutton, hog, and fish are some of the common dishes here. On special occasions, the locals in this region love drinking rice and beer together with their meals. Strong bamboo handcrafted and textile industries may be found in Agartala. Agartala offers a magnificent blend of rich cultural traditions, breathtaking natural beauty, and regal history. The beautiful palaces, gorgeous lakes, and several exquisite temples in Agartala are well known. There are 19 native tribal groups living there, along with non-tribal Bengali speakers.
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Airport Information

Agartala

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

Chennai

W357+RCG, Abdullah Puram, Vellore, Tamil Nadu 632114

Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are currently no direct flights from Agartala to Chennai; there is at least 10 daily connecting flights.
Yes. The Kolkata Airport has lounges and retiring rooms for the convenience of passengers.
There are many hotels, homestays, and guest houses in Agartala to suit a variety of budgets. Popular hotels include Hotel Polo Towers, Niralay, Ginger Agartala, Hotel Himalaya, Hotel Haven Intercontinental, Starview Guest House, and Hotel Palace Inn.
Rice is fermented in water to create the traditional rice beverage known as chuak. It is consumed at formal ceremonies and social gatherings. Apong is a regional alcoholic beverage made from millet rice.
The state of Tripura is well known for its exquisite and lovely silk, cotton,and polyester handicrafts, as well as bamboo, cane, and wooden products.
Although Agartala can be visited throughout the year, April to July is the best time for sightseeing and the most festivals and cooler climates are experienced between October to March.
South Indian cuisine is renowned for being tasty and having a large variety. The most common breakfast items are idli, dosa, Pongal, and vada while lunch is typically rice with sambhar, rasam, curd, and vegetables. Most restaurants and eateries in the city also offer a wide selection of North Indian, Continental, Italian and Chinese cuisines.
Using the bus or the suburban or metro trains is the most cost-effective way to get around Chennai. You can also use an app-based taxi or auto-rickshaw.
Chennai has many spectacular events and activities all year round. Major events include the Chennai Sangamam Festival, Chennai International Film Festival and the Chennai Music Festival.
Flight timings may vary, but currently the first flight leaving Agartala is the 9:00 am IndiGo flight and the last flight is the 7:35 pm IndiGo flight.
The ideal months to visit Chennai are from October to March, when the climate is temperate and pleasant.
Flight durations may vary, but currently the shortest flight from Agartala is the IndiGo flight that takes about 4 hours to reach Chennai via Kolkata.
Bengali is the state's official language but English is also commonly spoken in Agartala.