Agra to Jorhat Flights

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About Jorhat Airport

Jorhat Airport (IATA: JRH) is also known as Rowriah Airport. The airport, which has been functional since 1955, is located around 7 Km from the main city. It is the third busiest airport in Assam after Guwahati and Dibrugarh. IndiGo operates the most number of flights to and from the city. The single terminal at the airport has four check-in counters to cater to domestic passengers. There are many passenger amenities at the airport like baggage trolleys, wheelchairs, food and souvenir shops, and even a duty-free shop. Jorhat Airport is well connected to Kolkata, Guwahati and Bengaluru, and other major cities of the country through these places. The railway station and the city bus stand are within a radius of 10 Km from the airport, giving passengers many options for travel within and outside the city. Taxi service is available at the airport.

About Jorhat

Jorhat is the second largest city of Assam after Guwahati. Owing to its rich cultural heritage, Jorhat is often called the cultural capital of Assam. The city is the gateway to upper Assam, which houses the famous Kaziranga National Park and Majuli Island, the largest river island in the world. The word Jorhat is an amalgamation of two Assamese words - Jor meaning joint and Haat meaning market. So it is essentially the place of two markets, Chowkihatt and Macharhaat that have coexisted along the banks of the river Bhogdoi since the 18th century. Jorhat was the last capital of the Ahom Dynasty of Assam. After the Burmese defeated the Ahoms in 1817, the dynasty fled to Jorhat. Since then, Jorhat has grown as a cultural, educational, and commercial hub for the region. Jorhat enjoys a moderate climate around the year, so it is a haven for tourists. December to February are slightly colder months, while the summer season sees a lot of humidity. Jorhat also receives a lot of rainfall.

About Agra Airport

Agra Airport (IATA: AGR) is also known as the Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Airport. It is a military airbase, which serves civilian citizens with a few flights connecting Agra city with other major cities in the country. The Agra air base is one of the largest air bases of the Indian Air Force. The airport has facilities like a spa and wellness centre, branded garment shops, handicraft shops and other basic amenities such as a sweet shop. There is an on-call medical facility, and free baggage trolleys and porters at the airport. The easiest way to get to the airport is to take a cab or a taxi. The airport is around 12 Km from the city centre.

About Agra

Sultan Sikandar Lodi, a Muslim ruler, founded the city of Agra in the year 1504. After his demise, Agra was ruled by his son Sultan Ibrahim Lodi until he was defeated by the Mughal ruler Babar in the first battle of Panipat in 1526. Agra has extremely fertile land as it lies in the Indo-Gangetic plains. The city is fed by the River Yamuna, which adds to the landís richness. The reign of the Mughals over Agra is considered to be the golden age for the city. During this era, the city grew by leaps and bounds, in terms of its architecture, culture, and heritage. The Mughal Empire gave Agra its most profound rulers from Babar to Akbar to Jahangir, and then Shahjahan. Agra flourished under all of these rulers. The city was an imperial province of Emperor Akbar. His grandson, Shahjahan later shifted his capital from Agra to Shahjahanabad. Agra has been witness to numerous political uprisings and downfalls. What remains constant, though, is the beauty of its architectural richness and the influence of these rulers seen in the gardens, forts, and other marvels of the city. Another thing the Mughals brought to Agra is their food. The city is famous for the variety of food that it offers, from the Agra Petha to Mughlai cuisine, to its chaats, parathas, and jalebis.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are duty-free shops at Jorhat Airport where you can buy cosmetics, chocolates, perfumes, and liquor. There is no duty-free shop at Agra Airport.
Agra is a paradise for architecture lovers. It showcases some of the finest examples of Mughal architecture in Fatehpur Sikri, Agra Fort, Akbarís Mausoleum, Itmad-ud-Daulaís tomb etc.
Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airlineís policy for more information on carrying food items. In general, you can carry dry food items. If you are carrying wet items, your food should be properly packed and spill-proof.
There is a regular bus service connecting various points in Jorhat city to the airport. You can also take a taxi to the terminal building. The airport is just 7 km from the main city.
Kaziranga National Park is located about 112 Km from Jorhat. It is a much sought-after wildlife destination in the country.
There are no direct flights from Agra to Jorhat. However, you can take a flight to Guwahati from Agra before travelling to Jorhat by road.
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.
Agra is a domestic airport. Officially it is just a civil enclave, which is part of an air base of the Indian Air Force.
Agra has a variety of things on offer for food lovers, from the famous Agra Petha to delectable Mughlai cuisine and parathas and chaats.
October to March is the best time to visit Agra as the weather is pleasant.