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Planning a trip from Agartala to Patna? Adani One has got you covered. Enter the names of your source and destination cities and the dates of travel. Adani One will display an airfare calendar that gives information from all major airline carriers. You can easily book your flight tickets after going through the airfare calendar and then choose a flight you find the most convenient and pocket-friendly. All domestic carriers, including Air India, AirAsia, and IndiGo, among others, are listed on the platform. You can find deals, discounts, and cashback offers on both direct and connecting flights on the platform. If you have a return date in mind, you can get better offers, deals, and discounts when you book a round trip on Adani One. While there are no direct flights between Agartala and Patna, travellers can reach their destination through connecting flights, with layovers in Kolkata, Aizawl, or New Delhi. Flights from Agartala to Patna are currently operated by IndiGo and Air India, and there are about 8 flights operating every day from Agartala to Patna. The shortest duration to fly between Agartala and Patna is three hours and fifty minutes with a layover in Kolkata. Passengers can take the 11:50 am flight from Agartala, which arrives in Kolkata at 01:05 pm. After a layover of one hour and thirty minutes, the connecting flight from Kolkata to Patna takes off at 02:35 pm, and it takes just over an hour to land in Patna at 03:40 pm. So, explore the airfare calendar and book your Agartala to Patna flight today!

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo11:20
Agartala
19:15
Patna
07h 55m₹5,838
IndiGo11:20
Agartala
15:15
Patna
03h 55m₹5,838
IndiGo09:15
Agartala
15:15
Patna
06h 00m₹6,538
IndiGo09:15
Agartala
19:15
Patna
10h 00m₹6,538

Agartala to Patna Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

03h 55m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-7419,departs at 09:15

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-491, departs at 11:20

Popular Airlines from Agartala to Patna

IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Agartala to Patna in a day

4

Airport Codes for Agartala and Patna

IXA-Agartala, PAT-Patna
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About Patna Airport

Jay Prakash Narayan International Airport (IATA: PAT) is a domestic airport, as it has not yet started international flight operations. It is located 7 km away from Patna city. It was established in 1973 and is named after Jayprakash Narayan, a freedom fighter. It has three terminals; Terminal 1 handles domestic flight traffic. Air India, Go First, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara regularly operate from the airport. The airport has ATM counters, snack bars, free trolleys, a bookstall, and a gift shop. It also has wheelchairs for the physically challenged. Emergency medical services and a childcare room are also available. The airport also has a parking facility that can accommodate 300 cars.

About Patna

Patna is the largest city in Bihar and also the stateís capital, historically known as Pataliputra. The history of Patna can be traced as far back as 600 BCE, making it one of the oldest living cities in the world. It is said that Pataliputra was founded by the King of Magadha, Ajatashatru, in the 5th century BCE. It played an important role in the history of the region as it was the capital of many Magadha rulers, the Maurya dynasty, Gupta dynasty, and others. Therefore, Patna as Pataliputra has a rich history. Scholars like Kautilya stayed in Patna, and Arthashastra was one of the books that was written here. The famous travellers Fa-Hien and Hiuen-Tsang visited Pataliputra in the 3rd and 7th centuries. Megasthenes, the Greek ambassador, also stayed in Pataliputra during the reign of Chandragupta Maurya. Patna is revered as a holy city by the Sikhs because the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, was born here. It has many religiously significant places located nearby, such as Bodh Gaya, where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. As an agricultural hub, the main crop grown in the region is rice. The main exports are rice, sesame, and sugar. There are several sugar mills in Patna and the surrounding areas. While Hindi is the primary language spoken here, the people of Patna also speak Magadhi, Bhojpuri, Maithili, and Urdu. All the major faiths, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism, and Islam, coexist harmoniously. A popular dish in Patna and Bihar is a potato-based dish called litti-chokha. Mustard oil is commonly used here for cooking. The staple foods here are roti, bhat, dal, tarkari, achar, and khichdi. Delectable sweets, such as motichoor ka ladoo, mal pua, kesaria peda, kala jamun, and tilkut, are also popular. The busiest and most favourable season to visit Patna is winter, from October to March.

About Agartala Airport

The Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IATA: IXA) is a domestic airport located 12 km northwest of Agartala. It has been named after the erstwhile ruler of Tripura, Maharaja Bir Bikram Manikya Kishore. It was established in 1942. During World War II, the airport was used as a supply point. SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Air India are popular airlines that operate from this airport. The airport currently has one functional terminal and a capacity of 250 each for arrivals and departures. It has 14 check-in counters and 4 security checks. There are several snack bars, restaurants, free trolleys, medical facilities, wheelchairs, childcare facilities, and more. Private bus, car, and prepaid taxi services are also available here.

About Agartala

It is the capital city of the state of Tripura. It is only a few kilometres from the border of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka and is located on the banks of the Haora River. The name Agartala is derived from two words: ëagarí and ëtalaí. The former is the name of an oily perfume tree, and the latter means ëa storehouseí. King Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur is considered the founder of Agartala, who wanted to make the city a planned metro area, after his visit to England. When the British ruled India, Agartala was the capital of the Hill Tippera state. Agartala has a humid subtropical climate. The monsoon season lasts from July to September. Summers are hot and winters are pleasant. Agartala is well-known for the art of making bamboo handicrafts and local hand-woven shawls. Bengali is the major language spoken by a bulk of the population. Mui Borok is a traditional Tripuri cuisine one must definitely try. Tripuri food has a key ingredient called Berma, which is a small, dry fermented fish.
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Airport Information

Agartala

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

Patna

Jayprakash Narayan International Airport, Shaheed Pir Ali Khan Marg, Bhatpura village, Sheikhpura, Patna, Bihar 800014

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, most flights offer food services for sale. However, this is not certain and depends on your domestic carrier.
Chana ghugni, dal peetha, khaja, litti chokha, mal pua, thekua, and pedakiya are some of the dishes you can try in Patna.
Ujjayanta Palace, Heritage Park, Tripura Sundari Temple, Neermahal Palace, Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, Jagannath Temple, and Gandacherra Wildlife Sanctuary are among the most popular tourist spots in Agartala.
November to February are the best months to visit Ujjayanta Palace.
Jay Prakash Narayan Airport has many shops, including gift shops, snack shops, and several cafes.
Agartala is well-known for its handloom, woodcraft, and cane and bamboo handicraft items. You could buy them as a souvenir from your trip.
During the time of the Maurya and the Gupta empires, Patna (then known as Pataliputra) was not only a seat of power but also a cultural and political centre.
The best time to visit Patna is during winter in October, November, December, January, February, and March. The temperature is comfortable during those months and is an ideal time for visiting the monuments and other places of interest.
The airport was built in 1942 by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur Debbarman.
Jay Prakash Narayan Airport of Patna was built in 1973.
The most famous temple in the Agartala region is the Tripura Sundari Temple.
The two official languages of Tripura are Bengali and Kokborok.
Ancient Patna (Pataliputra) was home to several famous scholars and astronomers such as Aryabhata, Chanakya, and Vatsyayana.
For the followers of Sikhism, Patna is a sacred city because the 10th Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh, was born here.
Patna was known as Pataliputra, and its history can be traced back to 600 BCE. It served as a capital to many rulers.