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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
Air India19:55
Agartala
15:15
Gwalior
19h 20m₹13,962
Air India19:55
Agartala
15:15
Gwalior
19h 20m₹13,962
Air India13:45
Agartala
15:15
Gwalior
25h 30m₹15,013
Air India13:45
Agartala
15:15
Gwalior
25h 30m₹15,013

Agartala to Gwalior Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

19h 20m

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 Gwalior

Air India

Total flights to Travel from Agartala to Gwalior in a day

4

Airport Codes for Agartala and Gwalior

IXA-Agartala, GWL-Gwalior
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About Gwalior Airport

Also known as the Rajmata Vijay Raje Scindia Air Terminal, Gwalior Airport (IATA code: GWL) is located around 10 km away from the northeast of the city. It is a domestic airport, named after Rajmata Vijay Raje Scindia, a member of the royal family and the grandmother of Jyotiraditya Scindia. It has two runways and is spread over an area of around 29.5 acres. It has just one domestic terminal. The facilities provided at the Gwalior Airport include airline ticket counters, medicare rooms, childcare rooms, sanitary napkin vending machines in the toilets for females, wheelchair accessibility, trolleys, drinking water, mobile and laptop charging points, free Wi-Fi etc. Besides, you can find different magazine stores, stationery shops, and more at the airport. It also has restaurants and small cafÈs where you can get food and snacks at affordable prices.

About Gwalior

Gwalior is widely known as the tourism capital of Madhya Pradesh. From stunning monuments to massive forts and impressive temples, it has everything to attract travellers. The rich cultural heritage, as well as the history of the place, attract people. The city was formerly known as Gopachal Durg, Gopadiri, Gopagiri and Gopa Parvat. Gwalior, located around 120 km to the south of Agra, is an industrial, political and cultural centre. The historic city, founded and built by a chieftain named Suraj Sen, is also the resting place of Tansen, a renowned musician. As the city is a major industrial and commercial centre, it is known for manufacturing pottery, textiles and footwear products. The other important industries include matches, glass, rayon, carpets, textiles, flour, oilseed milling and more. The major agricultural products of Gwalior include lentils, mustard, chickpeas, rice and wheat. The city is well-connected with all the major Indian cities, such as Varanasi, Mumbai, Indore, Delhi, Bhopal, Agra etc., via airways. The city has excellent rail and road connectivity as well. And the best time to visit the city is during the winter, i.e., from October to February. Gwalior is famous for its delicious kachoris.

About Agartala Airport

Agartala Airport (IATA Code: IXA), officially known as Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, is located around 12 km from the city centre. It is the second busiest airport located in Northeast India as of 2022 and was established in 1942. Several airlines, like SpiceJet, Air India, and IndiGo, are currently operating from this airport. The airport houses 2 terminals, 14 check-in counters, 1 immigration counter, and 4 security check counters. Both the departure and arrival sections have many restaurants and snack bars. Besides, the airport also offers facilities like medical facilities, childcare facilities, baggage services, wheelchairs, and assistance to the physically challenged and the aged. You can easily reach the airport by bus or by booking a private taxi

About Agartala

Agartala, the capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, is a popular and beautiful tourist destination. It lies on the banks of the Haora River. The city, founded by Maharaja Krishna Chandra Manikya Bahadur in 1838, was named the capital of the Union Territory of Tripura in 1972. As a popular tourist destination, globetrotters frequent the city for its palaces, temples, and unique culture. Agartala is famous for its traditional Chuak, a rice beer created by fermenting rice in water. In general, it is drunk on social occasions as well as ceremonies. Apong, a local drink, is also made from millet rice. You can also try Muya Awandru, made of rice flour, berma, and bamboo shoot. The rich flora and fauna of the city make it a top-rated spot for sightseeing. Whenever you visit the famous places in the city, you will witness the perfect amalgamation of culture, history, and religion. The best time to visit the city is between October to March. The city is well-connected by rail, road, and air
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Airport Information

Agartala

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

Gwalior

Gwalior Airport, Maharajpura, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Frequently Asked Questions

Venuban Buddha Vihar is a Buddhist shrine located around 2 Km from the city of Agartala. The Buddha idol housed inside is made of metal.
Though no direct flights are operating from Gwalior to Kolkata, several connecting flights are available. And it takes a minimum of approximately 5 hours and 5 minutes to reach Kolkata from Gwalior by flight.
You are allowed to carry certain types of foods, like dry fruits, sandwiches, etc. You can check the airline's official site for more details.
You can easily check your Agartala to Gwalior flight booking status on the official website and app of the airlines.
One can easily change the date of the flight using the official website of the airline or by getting in touch with the customer support team.
The railway station at Agartala is located at a distance of around 14 km from the airport at Agartala.
Khajuraho is located at a distance of approximately 276 Km from Gwalior by road. Trains are also available from Gwalior to Khajuraho.
Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia Terminal Gwalior is the only airport that exists in the city of Gwalior.
The code for Gwalior Airport is GWL, and it is IXA for Agartala Airport.
Gwalior city is famous for its mediaeval forts, old temples, marvellous palaces and more.
The best time to visit any place in Agartala is during winter, from November to February, when the climate is generally pleasant.
Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the Chaturdasha Temple, located within the Gwalior Fort, enjoys a unique reputation. It is here that the written version of 'zero' is believed to have been first recorded.
Kasba Kali Temple, located at a distance of around 31 km from Agartala, is dedicated to Goddess Kali.