Agartala to Dharamshala Flights

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Dreaming of the perfect holiday but not sure where to book your tickets?Adani One is your one-stop platform to purchase airline tickets. With its comprehensive airfare calendar, it will seamlessly help you plan your journey. The platform guarantees amazing flight ticket offers and has all major airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirIndia, and GoFirst listed on it. Adani One also has exciting discounts and rewards. To book your tickets, enter the name of the source and destination airport and select your travel dates. The aerial distance between Agartala and Dharamshala is 2924 km. Unfortunately, there are no direct flights between the two cities. The fastest way to travel from Agartala to Dharamshala is to take a direct flight from Agartala Airport (Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport) to Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi). The shortest flight provided by IndiGo departs at 5:30 PM and takes approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes. From Delhi Airport, there are two regular flights to Kangra-Gaggal Airport that serves Dharamshala. Both flights take approximately 1 hr 30 min to reach Kangra Airport, which is about 14 km away from Dharamshala.


About Dharamshala Airport

Kangra-Gaggal Airport (IATA: DHM, ICAO: VIGG), also known as Kangra Airport, is a regional airport in Himachal Pradesh that serves Dharamshala. It is located in Gaggal, which is 14 km from Dharamshala and about 8 km from Kangra. Kangra Airport, the biggest airport in Himachal Pradesh, is situated on the National Highway which connects Pathankot and Mandi. The airport terminal has a capacity of 100 passengers. It has daily flights to and from New Delhi with SpiceJet and Alliance Air being the only airline operating on this route. The airport is also connected to Jaipur and Chandigarh. The airport is well-connected to the city of Dharamshala with cabs, buses and autos. You can book a private taxi right outside the airport or even call a cab through various rental services.

About Dharamshala

Dharamshala, the home of the 14th Dalai Lama, is renowned for its serenity and natural beauty. The Tibetan prayer flags, monasteries, and saffron-robed monks present around the Himalayan town have earned it the nickname Little Lhasa (Capital of Tibet). Dharamshala is situated in the Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. The city has two parts - the lower commercial centre called Lower Dharamshala which is full of markets and Upper Dharamshala consisting of areas like Mcleodganj that display Dharamshalaís colonial past. Tourists are drawn to Dharamshala for multiple reasons such as its bustling markets where they can buy Tibetan goods and enjoy Tibetan delicacies like Thenthu and momos; the stunning vistas of the Himalayas looming in the distance; the snow-dressed Dhauladhar Range and the gushing Bhagsunag Falls. Dharamshala sees pleasant summers, heavy rainfalls in the monsoons in July, August and September and isolated snowfall through the winters. You can visit Dharamshala during the summer, from March to July, to escape the city and beat the scorching heat of Indian summer or during the winter if you love snow-covered mountains. However, remember to carry warm clothing because the temperatures can dip down to as low as -1 ∞C during the winter months. Dharamshala is a great location to visit for adventure enthusiasts to explore a variety of outdoor activities such as trekking, camping, rock climbing, cycling and paragliding!

Place to visit in Dharamshala


Dal Lake


Kangra Fort


Kangra Valley


Triund Hill

About Agartala Airport

Officially called the Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IATA code: IXA), Agartala Airport is an international airport. It is the third busiest airport among the airports in the Northeast of India. Spread over 8000 sq. metres, Agartala Airport is a single terminal airport and has 2 boarding gates. It also has 14 check-in counters, 4 security booths and 1 immigration counter. Facilities like free trolleys, city bus service and free wheelchairs are available here. Built in 1942 by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, it only had one runway. During World War II, the US Air Force used it to fly over Burma. IndiGo and Air India operate flights to and from Agartala frequently. Some of the popular routes include weekly flights between Kolkata and Agartala, and between Agartala and Guwahati. Other major cities that are connected to Agartala are Delhi, Bangalore, Shillong etc.

About Agartala

Agartala is the capital of Tripura, one among the northeastern states of India. Agartala is also the commercial centre of the region. The major tribal community is Tripuri. Reang, Chakma, Garo, Mizo, etc. are the other major tribal groups. The history of the state is compiled in the Bengali chronicle Rajmala which records the history of the early Tripura kings. Hindu kings have ruled Tripura for a long time. The last Maharaja of Tripura, Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya acceded the state to India on 15th October 1949. It was a union territory at first and then later it converted to a state. The majority of the people speak Bengali along with other languages like Tripuri (Kokborok) and Manipuri. These are also recognised as official languages by the state. There are several palaces, ancient temples and historic monuments in and around Agartala, which attract tourists by hordes. Agartala is the warmest in April and May, with the maximum temperature reaching around 33∞C in April and May. The minimum temperature falls to 10∞C in January. Agartala is endowed with rich flora and fauna. Sal trees and bamboo thickets can be found in the forests surrounding the city. Among animals tigers, serows, jackals, langurs and gibbons live in the forests near Agartala.

Airport Information


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


NH154, Gaggal, Himachal Pradesh 176209