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Agartala to Vijayawada Flights

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Are you looking for an Agartala to Vijayawada flight? Adani One's one-stop platform can help you get the best deals on flights from Agartala to Vijayawada. You can book your Agartala to Vijayawada flight in a few simple clicks on the platform. The platform displays an airfare calendar to pick a flight at your convenience. The platform regularly updates flight deals, discounts and cashback offers for connecting and direct flights. You can also get an additional discount for booking return tickets. Air India manages on the Agartala to Vijayawada route. You can choose from the best available flights from Agartala to Vijayawada.

Two connecting flights cover the Agartala to Vijayawada route daily; these flights are operated by Air India. The average time to reach Vijayawada from Agartala via connecting flights is around 21–24 hr, with layovers in Kolkata and Delhi. Adani One lists all the details about the airline fares so that you can choose the cheapest and finest flight options per your preference. Take advantage of the newest flight deals, discounts, cashback reward options and many more offers while booking your flight ticket on Adani One ’s platform. Adani One ’s seamless and streamlined interface makes flight bookings easy. So go ahead and book your flight tickets from Agartala to Vijayawada on Adani One today!

Flights from Agartala to Vijayawada


About Vijayawada Airport

Vijayawada Airport (IATA code: VGA), officially known as NTR Amaravati International Airport, is an international airport located around 20 km from the city of Vijayawada. The authorities extended the runway to 7500 ft in 2011, allowing it to handle bigger aeroplanes. The airport was established as an army base during the Second World War, and when the war ended, it became a public airport. Several airlines, such as Alliance Air, IndiGo and Air India, operate daily flights from the Vijayawada Airport.

The terminal features check-in spaces, a futuristic VIP lounge bigger than 3000 sq m, ATMs, free Wi-Fi, smoking areas, mobile charging points and a child-care room. Moreover, the airport offers facilities such as assistance to differently-abled passengers, wheelchairs, medical and first aid services and a lost and found counter.

About Vijayawada

Vijayawada, also known as Bezwada, is situated along the banks of the Krishna River. Surrounded by Indrakeeladri Hills in the west and Budameru River in the north, Vijayawada is also the second-most populated city in Andhra Pradesh. It has been declared the state’s educational hub. This city also houses the second-busiest railway station in South India, Vijayawada Junction. Vijayawada is considered sacred because of the Kanaka Durga Temple of Hindu Goddess Durga. It is believed that Goddess Durga killed Mahishasura in this city and rested on the Indrakeeladri Hills, symbolising victory over evil.

Vijayawada is a famous tourist spot, with several attractive places such as the Prakasam Barrage, Bhavani Island and Rajiv Gandhi Park. Vijayawada houses several temples and attracts tourists throughout the year. Because of the city’s high standard of living, education, transport facilities and infrastructure, Vijayawada is well connected via air, rail and road.

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Bapu Museum

This museum was earlier called the Victoria Jubilee Museum. It was renamed ‘Bapu Museum’ to honour the famous Telugu filmmaker and illustrator, Bapu (Sattiraju Lakshminarayana). The museum houses a vast collection of idols, paintings, inscriptions, sculptures and weapons. The most famous attraction of the museum is the idol of Lord Shiva, which dates back to the 4th or 5th century. 

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Bhavani Island

Bhavani Island is one of the biggest river islands in the country and one of the top tourist attractions in Vijayawada. It is spread over a massive area of 133 acres and is located at the centre of the Krishna River. There is also an island park on the island, where you can indulge in activities such as boat riding and adventure sports while enjoying the enchanting riverside environment. 

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Kanaka Durga Temple

Kanaka Durga Temple is the most celebrated temple in the city, and the temple’s history is interwoven with the city’s identity. The temple is a great example of the Dravidian style of architecture. The temple is situated on the banks of the Krishna River. The idol of the deity is believed to be self-manifested. 

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Kondapalli Fort

Situated around 27 km from the city centre, the fort was built during the 14th century and provides insight into the city’s glorious past during the middle ages. The fort was built by Prolaya Vema Reddy of Kondavidu. The fort offers a picturesque view of the Eastern Ghats. The surrounding village of Kondapalli is famous for its toys made using light wood. 

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Mangalagiri is a beautiful town situated around 15 km from the city of Vijayawada. The city is famous for the Sri Panakala Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple. The temple is located on a hillock and is dedicated to Lord Narasimha. Mangalagiri is also renowned for its premium quality of handloom sarees. 

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Undavalli Caves

Undavalli Caves are rock-cut temples dedicated to Lord Padmanabha. These caves were carved out around 2600 to 2700 years ago. You can also see layers of Jain and Buddhist influence while exploring the caves. Krishna River is located in close proximity to the caves. These caves are key examples of Gupta-style architecture built in the 7th century BC. 


About Agartala Airport

Agartala Airport, officially known as Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport (IATA code: IXA), is located around 11 km from the city centre. The airport was built during the Second World War by the US forces in partnership with Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Debbarman. The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has taken the responsibility of looking after the airport. AAI has also constructed a brand-new terminal with more than 20 information counters, airline bridges, lifts, 6 parking areas and conveyor belts for the luggage checking system.

Scheduled flights from the Agartala Airport connect to cities such as Kolkata, Guwahati, Dibrugarh, New Delhi and Bangalore. These flights are serviced by IndiGo, Air India and FlyBig. The airport offers its passengers several facilities such as trolleys, wheelchairs, medical and first aid services, two child-care rooms, assistance for the differently-abled, snack bars and a lost and found help desk.

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About Agartala

Agartala is the capital of the Indian state of Tripura. It is one of the biggest cities in the northeastern region of India and is governed by the AMC (Agartala Municipal Corporation). This city is situated near the Haora River, very close to the Bangladesh border. Agartala is on its way to becoming a smart city, proposed as per the Smart Cities Mission, a mission introduced by the Prime Minister of India. The first Agartala municipality was initiated by Maharaja Krishna Kishore Manikya in 1871, and it became a planned city by the end of 1874. The city is famous for its religious temples, palaces and glorious history. Agartala is well connected by air and road; hence, travelling to and from major cities to Agartala isn’t a problem.

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Located around 135 km from Agartala, Unakoti attracts thousands of visitors globally. Unakoti features India’s rich history and heritage sites, displaying various gods and goddesses in the form of rock carvings. Unakoti is an important religious place for Hindus and is of utmost spiritual importance.

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Jagannath Temple

Built during the 19th century, Jagannath Temple is quite famous for its blend of Hindu and Arabic architecture styles and the pyramidal cones. This temple is dedicated to Lord Jagannath. The temple also has accommodations for visiting devotees and tourists. 

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Mata Tripura Sundari Temple

Tripura Sundari Temple is almost 500 years old and one of the 51 Shakti Peethas in India. It is believed that the right foot of Sati fell here. This temple is considered one of the holiest places for Hindus. The temple is located around 57 km from Agartala. 

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Neer Mahal

Situated around 50 km from Agartala, Neer Mahal is also known as the ‘Water Palace of Agartala’; it is one of the largest water palaces in India. The Neer Mahal was a summer residence of Maharaja Bir Bikram Manikya Bahadur. The palace is built on top of the beautiful Rudrasagar Lake. 

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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated about 26 km from Agartala, this sanctuary accommodates hundreds of bird species. The sanctuary is known for the unique bespectacled monkey, Phayre’s langur. The sanctuary houses an artificial lake as well as natural zoological and botanical gardens. 

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Ujjayanta Palace

This palace is one of the main attractions of the city, situated in the heart of Agartala. The palace was completed in 1901 and is known for its tiled floors, wooden ceiling and crafted doors. Rabindranath Tagore named the palace ‘Ujjayanta’. Currently, the palace houses the State Legislative Assembly. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Two connecting flights operate on the Agartala to Vijayawada route daily. These flights are serviced by Air India.

The IATA codes of the Agartala Airport and Vijayawada Airport are ‘IXA’ and ‘VGA’, respectively.

Air India offers the best deals on flights on the Agartala to Vijayawada route.

The flights from Agartala to Vijayawada make two layovers in Kolkata and New Delhi.

It takes around 21–24 hr to reach Vijayawada from Agartala by flight.

There is only one terminal in the Vijayawada Airport.

Yes, Vijayawada Airport is an international airport. The airport services scheduled flights to Muscat, Kuwait and Dubai.

You can book flights to Agartala from all the major cities in India from Adani’s streamlined platform.

The city is famous for its education hub, rich culture, tradition and religious landmarks.

Generally, passengers are allowed to carry dry food items in spill-proof containers. However, different airlines have different food policies. Kindly refer to your airline’s guidelines for more information.

Vijayawada airport is officially known as NTR Amaravati International Airport.

The Agartala Airport is situated around 11 km away from the city centre.

Several hotels are located near Agartala Airport, including Amanati India Hotels and Resorts, Hotel Queen Palace, Ginger Agartala, The Parkline and Hotel Polo Towers.

Yes, you can easily pre-book food on the airline’s official website or your flight ticket-booking portal.

Bengali is the official language of Agartala; the Debbarma tribal people of Tripura speak Kokborok.
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Airport Information

Vijayawada NH16, Gannavaram, Andhra Pradesh 521102

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