Agra to Jamshedpur Flights

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Want to book a flight from Agra to Jamshedpur? Look no further! The Adani One platform allows you to book your airline tickets. It offers a complete airfare calendar to assist you in choosing the best flight. Select the most convenient flight with the best airfare price or rebate. The platform lists all domestic carriers — IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and Air Asia – and allows you to select your departure time. Discounts and special deals for both direct and connecting flights are updated regularly. If you have a specific arrival date in mind, we recommend reserving a return ticket to take advantage of the discounts that come with it.Adani One offers the lowest tickets and best deals to get from Agra to Jamshedpur. The airport in Jamshedpur currently has no commercial flights operating to and from it. The nearest airport to it is Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Airport. Regular bus services and rental cars connect the airport to Jamshedpur. There are no flights to Ranchi from Agra. The best way to get around is to travel from Agra to Delhi by road or by train, and once in Delhi, there are many daily flights from New Delhi to Ranchi.

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About Jamshedpur Airport

The nearest airport to Jamshedpur is the Birsa Munda Airport (IATA: IXR) located 5 km from Ranchiís city centre. It is named after the famous tribal freedom fighter, Birsa Munda. Several major domestic airlines, including Air India and IndiGo, operate flights to and from this airport connecting it to many Indian cities, such as Bangalore, Kolkata, Delhi, Patna, and Mumbai. The airport has a single terminal with a capacity to handle 125 passengers, and it has X-ray scanners, multiple check-in counters, and security counters. Regular bus services and rental cars connect the airport to Jamshedpur.

About Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur is a city in the east Indian state of Jharkhand. Jamshedji Tataís extraordinary vision created a well-planned city with diverse cultures and religions. Lord Chelmsford christened this city Jamshedpur in 1919. The city is known for the Jubilee Park with the Tata Steel Zoological Park, which houses animals such as leopards and tigers. The hilltop Bhuvaneshwari Temple boasts an impressive 5-storey entry tower to the east. Elephants inhabit the woodlands of Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary, north of the city. Jamshedpur, India's steel metropolis, takes its name from its creator, Jamshedji Tata, who saw a bright future in developing it into a well-planned economic hub. During the British Raj, his son Dorabji Tata founded India's first iron and steel company in Jamshedpur. The city has earned other monikers, such as Tatanagar Steel City or Tata City, due to its strong association with the Tatas. Jamshedpur's geography and climate are influenced by its position at the confluence of two rivers, Subarnarekha and Kharkai. Aside from the two rivers, Dimna Lake, located on the city's outskirts, provides drinking water to the city. The local cuisine associated with Jamshedpur includes dishes made from rugra, a vegetable indigenous to the area, chilka roti, til burfi, mitha khaja, litti chokha, and dhushka.

About Agra Airport

Agra Civil Enclave or Kheria Air Force Station is both a military airbase and public airport located just 5 km from Agra. It operates domestic flights to and from Khajuraho, Gwalior, Madurai, Rajkot, Varanasi, Agartala, and Jamnagar. The airport has a single terminal. It has two boarding gates with a capacity to handle 250 passengers. It covers an area of over 4300 sq m. The airport has check-in, immigration, customs, and security counters, and two X-ray machines for baggage scanning. Facilities in the airport include on-call medical service, a lost and found baggage counter, trolleys, and restrooms. Car rental services are available to and from the airport.

About Agra

Agra rose to prominence as the Mughal Empire's capital from 1556 until 1658. It is part of the Golden Triangle in the tourism circuit, which includes Agra, Delhi, and Jaipur. It is well-known for its Mughal architecture, most notably the Taj Mahal. Agra has many other important tourist sites and is well-known for its marble inlay work and leather industry, which caters to major shoe brands by providing shoe uppers. Agra is primarily known for its 17th-century Taj Mahal, which was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983. The emperor Akbar erected the Agra Fort (16th century), sometimes known as the Red Fort because of its immense red sandstone walls; it houses the Pearl Mosque, built of white marble, and the Jahangiri Mahal. The popular cuisine in Agra includes dal moth, Mughlai cuisine, and petha. The best time of the year to visit Agra is from October to March.

Frequently Asked Questions

Currently, there are no flights from Agra to Jamshedpur.
Yes, there are many special offers provided by Adani One, including discounts and cashback offers.
The local cuisine associated with Jamshedpur includes dishes made from rugra, a vegetable indigenous to the area, chilka roti, til burfi, mitha khaja, litti chokha, and dhushka.
Agra, Delhi, and Jaipur are the three cities that comprise the Golden Triangle in the tourist circuit.
Jamshedpur is synonymous with steel. The city has earned other monikers, such as Tatanagar Steel City or Tata City, due to its strong association with the Tatas.
The best option to get to Jamshedpur from Agra is to first reach Delhi by road or train and fly from Delhi to Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi. Ranchi is well-connected by road, car, and by bus services to Jamshedpur.
The best time to visit Agra is from October to March.
Birsa Munda Airport in Ranchi is the nearest airport to get to Jamshedpur.