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Agartala to Nashik Flights

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There are no direct flights from Agartala to Nashik. Nashik’s Ozar Airport, owned by the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and managed by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), was earlier used by the HAL to test flights for the Indian Air Force. It went through modernisation in 2013-14 and became operational as a commercial passenger airport. However, at present, Nashik is connected with only a few cities like Delhi and Hyderabad.

It will be better if you book a flight from Agartala to Mumbai, which is approximately 168 km from Nashik.

There are over 10 connecting flights from Agartala to Mumbai every day; a journey from Mumbai to Nashik takes over 4 hours by road.

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Flights from Agartala to Nashik


About Nashik Airport

Nashik’s airport is called Ozar Airport; it is located about 15 km from the city. Owned by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, the airport has also been used to develop and test aircraft for the Indian Air Force. The civilian terminal, developed in 2013-14, is spread over 22 acres with a built-up area of 8,267 sq m. It can handle 300 passengers at a time. However, there are only a few flights from this airport

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About Nashik

Situated near Godavari River, Nashik is the third largest district in Maharashtra. It has a rich cultural and religious history, attracting thousands of tourists annually. This city is known as one of the main centres of Kumbh Mela – a religious gathering held every 12 years. It is also known as the "Wine Capital of India," as half of India’s wineries are located in Nashik.

Nashik has a rich history. According to Ramayana, Lord Rama had taken refuge in the region, then known as Panchavati, during his 14-year-long exile from Ayodhya. Lord Rama’s brother Laxman had cut the nose of “Surpanakha” in this location, due to which it was named Nasik.

From the Mauryan dynasty to the British Raj, this small city has witnessed the rise and downfall of several empires.

Nashik experiences a soothing and comforting climate throughout the year, thanks to its elevated geographical location. As the Godavari River flows through the central part of the city, you can find a wide range of dams constructed over the water channel to control floods and other disasters.

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Anjaneri Coin Museum

Anjaneri is located about 20 km from Nashik. The museum showcases the history and research work on India’s currency. Established in 1980 by the Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies, this museum is the first of its kind in Asia.

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Harihar Fort

The Harihar Fort is nearly 40 km from Nashik city. The fort is also known as Harshagad. The Harihar Fort is famous as a trekking and adventure destination. 

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Sula Vineyard

In 1999, Rajeev Samant started the journey of Sula Vineyards after realising the immense potential that Nashik’s climate has for grape cultivation. Sula started making quality Indian wine in the region. Sula provides unique luxury accommodation in its vineyard to tourists who want to unwind and experience the making of Indian wine


About Agartala airport

Agartala’s Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IATA: IXA, ICAO: VEAT) is North East India’s second-busiest airport after Guwahati. Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport is around 12 km northwest of Agartala. Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport’s new terminal has six parkways, four air bridges, 20 check-in counters and conveyor belts.

The airport also has passenger-friendly modern facilities such as lifts, escalators, and inline baggage systems. Two new hangers, as well as a parallel taxiway to the runway, are also being built. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the new terminal on 4th January 2022. Tripura government has allotted around 72 acres of land for the airport’s expansion, which is currently underway and due to be completed by 2025

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About Agartala

Agartala is Tripura’s capital and one of the smart cities in India’s northeastern region. It is the second-largest city in India’s North East, after Guwahati. Located on the banks of the Haora River, Agartala is famous for its rich cultural heritage, royal history, scenery, palaces, and temples.

The Manikya kingdom ruled Tripura for centuries and controlled a vast swathe of the Indian subcontinent’s north-eastern parts. Maharaja Krishna Kishore Manikya, who ruled from 1830 to 1849, founded modern Agartala in 1838.

Agartala is famous for its handloom textile, bamboo and cane handicrafts. It is surrounded by pristine scenic forests, waterfalls, and beautiful valleys.

Agartala mainly comprises Tripuris and Bengalis. The official state language is Bengali and Kok Borok. The folk culture of Tripura’s diverse tribes also forms the backbone of Agartala’s cultural identity. Agartala’s major festivals are Garia Puja, Ker, Tring and Kharchi.

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Neer Mahal

Neer Mahal means “water palace”, and this architectural marvel, located in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake, about 55 km from Agartala, does justice to its name. The Neer Mahal is built according to a unique blend of Hindu and Muslim architectural design using marbles and sandstone. The boating facility at the lake, the presence of migratory birds, the captivating beauty of the palace’s gardens and the floodlights draw tourists to Neer Mahal.

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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

Sprawled over a huge area, the Sepahijala wildlife sanctuary is one of the best places to visit in Agartala. The sanctuary is about 25 km from Agartala and is a natural habitat for several wildlife species. About 150 species of animals and birds live here in this sanctuary. Some of the unique animals that can be seen in this sanctuary are monkey, capped langur, Phayre’s langur, pig-tailed macaque, rhesus macaque, and spectacled langur.

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Ujjayanta Palace

Built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya in 1901, the white-coloured, Bengali-styled palace is known for its unique architecture, tiled floors and beautifully constructed doors and windows. The palace also has beautiful Mughal-style gardens, ponds, floodlighting, and a fountain. It is a must-see item on each tourist’s list.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are no flights from Agartala to Nashik. To visit Nashik from Agartala, one must take a flight from Agartala to Mumbai, and then travel from Mumbai to Nashik by road

There are over 10 connecting flights between Agartala and Mumbai every day.

Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport is about 12 km from Agartala city and can be reached by public transpor

Nashik has several tourist attractions like Artillery Centre, Coin Museum, Dadasaheb Phalke Museum, Gargoti, Dudhsagar Falls, Dugarwadi Waterfall, etc

Located at 700 metres above sea level, Nashik has a perfect climate for grape cultivation as the fruit can retain its acidity and optimal sugar levels. This is why half of India’s wineries are located in Nashik. Due to this, Nashik is known as the “Wine Capital of India”

Though Nashik’s Ozar Airport is operational, it is connected with only a few cities

Nashik is nearly 167 Km from Mumbai, and a road journey takes around four hours to cover the distance. 

Mainly IndiGo and Air India operate connecting flights between Agartala and Mumbai. 

Agartala is famous for temples, palaces and lakes. You can visit Ujjayanta Palace, Neer Mahal, Tripura Sundari Temple, Heritage Park, Akhaura Border, etc, during a tour to Agartala. 

The Akhaura Border between India and Bangladesh near Agartala is known as the “Wagah Border of North East,” due to the flag lowering ceremony at this border during sunset

The famous wildlife sanctuaries near Agartala are Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary and Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary. 

Apart from popular Maharashtrian cuisines, Nashik’s street food like Misal Paav and Vada Paav, along with Chivda and festive dishes like Puran Poli and Shrikhand Puri, are also quite famous. 

Neer Mahal is a palace amid Rudrasagar Lake. Its architecture and location make it a famous tourist destination in Agartala. It is also famous for its boat racing and water festival in August. 
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Airport Information

Nashik Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Ozar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422221

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