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Agra to Allahabad Flights

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Adani’s one-stop platform will display a detailed airfare calendar to help you choose the best flight, whether it is Agra to Allahabad flights or Allahabad to Agra flights. Moreover, booking flight tickets has become quite easy, as travellers can now book their tickets right from their desktop or mobile device. All the major domestic carriers—IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia—are listed on the platform, and you can choose your preferred departure time. Discounts and offers are updated regularly for both direct and connecting flights. It is recommended to book a return ticket if you have an arrival date in mind and take advantage of the discounts that come along with return tickets.

While Agra has an airport, it operates at a very limited capacity. There are no direct or connecting flights between Agra and Allahabad. If you want to reach Allahabad, the best way is to book a flight from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. The airport is around 210 km from Agra and is accessible by private taxis. You can find all the essential information for your travel from Delhi to Allahabad, including flight details and must-visit places, in the following sections.

It is quite easy to book flight tickets on the Adani platform. Simply type the origin and destination cities, your travel date, and the number of passengers to check flight availability, Agra to Allahabad flight ticket prices, and flight timings. The platform will display a list of the cheapest flights from Agra to Allahabad to help you get the best prices. Be sure to check the air ticket deals, cashback options, offers, and discounts available for your route while booking your flight. Take a look at the airfare calendar and complete your Agra to Allahabad flight booking on Adani today!

Flights from Agra to Allahabad


About Allahabad Airport

Allahabad Airport (IATA code: IXD), which is also called Bamrauli Airport, is located around 12 km from the city centre, and is managed jointly by the Airports Authority of India and the Indian Air Force. The airport has limited operations, and it is spread over land measuring one acre. The airport has a single terminal that manages domestic flights.

The airport has direct and connecting flights to Delhi, Mumbai, and Lucknow. It has a capacity of 65 each for departures and arrivals. Several popular airlines like IndiGo and Alliance Air operate flights here. A wide range of passenger services, such as ATMs, free Wi-Fi, security check-in desks, free trolleys, wheelchair assistance, and parking, are available at the airport. It is connected to the neighbouring cities by road, and passengers can avail themselves of app-based cab services, taxis, and auto-rickshaws. The airport also has cafes and food corners that serve delicious food.

About Allahabad

Allahabad, an ancient city, is one of the largest cities in Uttar Pradesh. Its official name is Prayagraj. Allahabad is situated at the tri-junction of three rivers, namely Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati, known as Triveni Sangam. Historians suggest that during the mediaeval period, Akbar was influenced by the beauty of the city and christened it Allahabad.

In the 16th century CE, Allahabad was under Mughal control, but after the decline of the Mughal Empire, it was eventually taken over by the Marathas and later controlled by the British. Various freedom fighters and prominent Indian personalities were born in this city, including Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira Gandhi, and Jawaharlal Nehru. Allahabad experiences hot and dry summers. It has dry winters, and the monsoon season brings considerable rainfall. During summers, the average temperature is around 40–45°C.

Since ancient times, the city has been a centre of learning. It is home to several communities, and many festivals are celebrated here throughout the year, such as Magh Mela, Holi, Diwali, Christmas, and Eid. The Kumbh Mela, celebrated once every 12 years, is a major attraction of the city. Allahabad attracts tourists from every part of the country and is connected to almost every state in India.

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Aanand Bhawan

Aanand Bhawan was the residence of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, which now has been converted into a museum to display artefacts of the pre-independence era. This museum holds great historical importance and was a meeting place of many freedom fighters who visited this place to consult with the Nehru family. 

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Allahabad Fort

It was constructed by Emperor Akbar in 1583 and is a great example of Mughal architecture, located 4 km from the city centre on the banks of the junction where the Ganga and Yamuna meet. Entry into this fort is restricted, and the best way to explore this fort is to take a boat ride around it. There is also a banyan tree in this fort, which is considered sacred. 

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All Saints Cathedral

This church was constructed in the 19th century CE. Another name for this church is Church of Stone. Located 3 km from the city centre, this place is a must-visit spot for tourists.

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Bade Hanuman Temple

Located 2 km from the city centre outside the Allahabad Fort, this temple is unique in itself, as it is constructed underground. Lord Hanuman, seen here in a leaning posture, is the main deity in this temple. 

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Khusro Bagh

It is one of the major tourist attractions of Allahabad, located 3 km from the city centre. Khusro Bagh displays the Mughal architecture, and consists of three tombs of family members of Mughal Emperor Jahangir. It is constructed in the centre of the garden, which is lined with guava trees and roses. 

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Triveni Sangam

Triveni Sangam is the point where three sacred rivers, Ganga, Yamuna, and Saraswati meet, and it is considered one of the holiest places by the Hindu community in India. Located 4 km from the city centre, it is believed that a bath in this Sangam clears accumulated sins. Triveni Sangam is one of the holy places where Kumbh Mela is organised every 12 years. 


About Delhi Airport

While Agra has an airport, it operates at a very limited capacity, and Delhi Airport is the closest airport. Delhi Airport (IATA code: DEL), officially named Indira Gandhi International Airport, is one of the busiest and largest airports in India in terms of passenger traffic and total cargo. On average, it caters to 67 million travellers every year. Located in Palam, just 16 km from the city centre and 15 km from the southwest New Delhi junction, the airport has three parallel runways. Along with wide connectivity to many major airports in the country, it also services numerous flights operating on international routes.

Delhi Airport has three terminals. Terminal 1 is dedicated entirely to domestic operations, with Terminal 1C for arrivals and 1D for departures. Terminal 3 was opened in 2010 and handles international flight operations. The terminal building has several amenities, including premium lounges, duty-free shops, prayer rooms, and VIP lounges for domestic and international flyers.

The airport offers multiple passenger services, including ATMs, Forex desks, free Wi-Fi, baggage trolleys, mobile charging points, and baggage wrapping points. You will also find restaurants, cafés, and a smoking area within the terminal. Taxis, app-based cabs, bus services, and rental cars are available for commuting to and from the city.

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About Agra

Agra is a culturally rich city, and one of the reasons that makes this city culturally rich is the presence of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, and the Taj Mahal. The city is situated on the banks of the Yamuna, around 561 feet above sea level. Historically, Agra finds mention in the great epic Mahabharata, when it was known as the border of the forest. In mediaeval times, Agra served as the capital of the Mughals.

Agra has a semi-arid climate with dry summers and mild winters, making it a popular destination among tourists. Agra is part of the tourist circuit called the Golden Triangle, with Jaipur and Delhi completing this triangle. The city is home to various cultures and communities, and it houses many temples, mosques, and churches. The city is also famous for its festivals and cultural events like Taj Mahotsav, Bateshwar Fair, and Kailash Fair.

The city offers delicious food options to its visitors, with a wide range of Mughlai dishes. Petha and dalmoth are also very popular here, along with a long list of street food. The city is connected to major railway and road networks in India.

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Agra Fort

Agra Fort, also called Red Fort, was constructed in 1573 CE by Emperor Akbar. Red sandstone is widely used in the construction of this fort, located on the banks of the Yamuna. The fort is a classic example of Mughal architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are multiple buildings in the premises of the fort, such as Diwan-I-Aam, Diwan-I-Khas, Jahangiri Mahal, and Moti Masjid. It is a must-visit place!

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Akbar Tomb

Akbar’s Tomb is located on the outskirts of Agra on land measuring nearly 119 acres. It depicts the Mughal style architecture, built between 1605 and 1618 CE. Red sandstone and marble has been used for its construction.

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Fatehpur Sikri

Located 36 km from the city centre, it is a town that was constructed by Mughal emperor Akbar in 1571 CE. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is made of red sandstone. Several structures, such as the Buland Darwaza, Jama Masjid, and the Tomb of Salim Chishti, were also constructed in this fortified town.

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Itimad-Ud-Daulah Tomb

Located 3 km from the city centre, the tomb lies on the banks of the Yamuna. This is the first tomb in India made of white marble and is also called Baby Taj. The tomb was built by Nur Jahan in memory of her father, who had served in the court of Shah Jahan as a minister.

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Mehtab Bagh

Mehtab Bagh is a garden constructed in the Char Bagh style. It is located near Agra Fort to the north of the Taj Mahal. According to some, Shahjahan had this monument built so that he could see the beauty of the Taj. Mehtabh Bagh has several water channels in which the reflection of the Taj Mahal can be seen in the moonlight. This site is a perfect spot for photographers.

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Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal was constructed by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his wife Mumtaj Mahal in the 17th century CE. It is made up of white marble, which was acquired from Makrana city of Rajasthan. Located on the banks of the mighty Yamuna, the Taj Mahal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. There are several fountains and water channels that make this monument mesmerising.

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA code for Delhi is DEL. The IATA code for Allahabad Airport is IXD. 

As Agra Airport offers limited services, there are no direct or connecting flights from Agra. You will need to consider flight options from Delhi, where flights are currently operating normally. However, please check the status of your flight before reaching the airport.  

No, there are no duty-free shops at Allahabad Airport. 

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline’s policy for more information. In general, you can carry dry food items. However, your food should be properly packed and spill-proof. 

Taxis, app-based cabs, and auto-rickshaws take travellers to Delhi Airport. 

Some places to visit in Allahabad are:

  • Aanand Bhawan
  • Bade Hanuman Temple
  • Khusro Bagh
  • Triveni Sangam
  • Fun Gaon Water park

As Agra Airport offers limited services, there are no direct flights from Agra to Allahabad. It can take about 4 hours to reach Allahabad from Agra. 

There are no direct flights between Agra and Allahabad Airport due to limited operations.  

  • Taj Mahal
  • Mehtab Bagh
  • Fatehpur Sikri
  • Akbar Tomb

Several modern amenities and services are available at the airport, such as Wi-Fi, ATMs, wheelchair assistance, a parking area, food counters, and a passenger lounge. 

Agra airport has limited functioning and resources. IndiGo operates most flights on the Delhi to Allahabad route. 

You can check your flight booking status on the airline’s website or app or on Adani’s one-stop platform. 

No, Allahabad Airport does not operate international flights; it has one terminal with limited domestic operations only.  

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight. The weight limit varies from airline to airline and the class of travel. Please check the baggage rules before checking in at the airport. 
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Allahabad Allahabad Airport Terminal, Bamrauli Airport Area, Bamrauli, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 211012