Agra to Kandla Flights

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Are you travelling from Agra to Kandla? If so, do you want to avail yourself of the best booking prices available on the web? Presenting Adani One, which helps you book flight tickets in a hassle-free manner at the lowest prices possible! The platform provides you information on all scheduled flights going from Agra to all the ones going to Kandla, with the airfare arranged from the highest to the lowest prices. It will be great if you have fixed your return date, as the platform will offer heavy discounts on your Agra to Kandla round trip, in addition to exclusive deals! So look no further and book your Agra to Kandla flight today! Presently, there are no direct flights operating from Agra to Kandla. The fastest alternative is to travel to the second-closest airport from Agra, the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, and take a flight to Kandla. New Delhi Airport is approximately 230 km from Agra, and it takes 2 hours and 45 minutes by road to reach. There are both direct and connecting flights from New Delhi to Kandla, operated by SpiceJet. The fastest flight takes 2 hours and 5 minutes to reach the destination.


About Kandla Airport

Kandla Airport (IATA: IXY), also known as the Gandhidham Airport, is situated in the Gandhidham district and about 22 km away from the port of Kandla. After construction in the 1950s, it started passenger operations a decade later, with crucial developments taking place at regular intervals at the airport. It is spread across 268 acres and has two parking bays for the ATR72 aircraft variety. Some important ground landing and navigational facilities are also available at the airport such as NDB (Non-Directional Beacon) and PAPI (Precision Approach Path Indicator). There is one domestic terminal at the airport, which can accommodate 50 passengers. There are daily flights connecting major cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru. Some prominent airlines flying from the airport include SpiceJet, IndiGo, AirAsia, and Air India. Some important facilities at the airport include trolleys and baggage wrapping machines. There are wheelchairs available for the differently-abled. There are shops at the airport where passengers can buy items such as handicrafts, books, novels, and magazines. Some eating and drinking places serving snacks, beverages, and juices are also present at the airport. A duty-free shop at the airport offers products at discounted prices. The Gandhidham Bus Station is located 9.2 km away from the airport. You can find buses that connect travellers to various other cities in Gujarat. The Gandhidham Junction is also located 9.1 km from the airport, which is accessible by buses and taxis. Some good hotel properties located near the airport include the Radisson Hotel Kandla, Quality Inn Palms, The Neemaya, Renest Gandhidham, Hotel Kutch Heritage, etc.

About Kandla

Kandla is a town in the northwestern part of the Indian state of Gujarat. It is an important port situated in the Gulf of Kachchh and is a crucial trading junction for all the vessels entering India from the Arabian Sea. Kandla Port is one of the oldest ports in India and has been in existence since the 1900s. This port along with the Karachi Port, formed an important avenue of trade in western India before partition. After partition, the Karachi Port merged with Pakistan, leading to extensive infrastructural developments for handling trade at Kandla Port. The official inauguration was done at the hands of the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, in the mid-1950s. Kandla Port also eased some of the trading burden on Mumbai Port, the other important port in western India. The Kachchh region has a strong influence on the climate, culture, and food of Kandla. The climate is hot all year around with temperatures soaring 42∞C. Winters are cold, and the best time to visit Kandla is between October and February when the average temperature is a pleasant 23∞C. Kachchhi and Gujarati are the two languages spoken in Kandla. People are hospitable, and offering milk to guests is a symbolic welcome gesture. Locals have a flair for the creative and are experts in traditional mirror work called as Jats, Harijans, Mutwa, Sodha, Meghwal, etc. The region comes alive during the Rann Utsav, which is an extravaganza of lights, music, art, and dance. Other prominent festivals include Jakh Botera, Nana Yakshno, Fair of Hajipir, Dada Mekan Fair, etc. Kachchh cuisine includes Rotlas, curd, buttermilk, dal, curry, vegetables, papad, and cucumber. Theplas are also a very famous delicacy in the region. All parts of the region have their special delicacies, and the famous snack called dabeli originated in Kachchh.

About Agra Airport

Agra Airport (IATA: AGR) is located at a distance of around 5 km from the city of Agra. It also houses the Kheria Air Force Station, which is jointly operated by the Indian Air Force and the Airports Authority of India, is one of the largest air bases of the Indian Air Force. The passenger airport, known as the Agra Civil Enclave, connects to some major cities in India. The airport provides facilities such as free trolleys, an on-call medical centre, X-Ray baggage scanning centres, and a Lost & Found counter. It also has a tourist information centre and assistance for senior citizens and the differently-abled. It also has several food, spas, and a branded garment store, along with a handicrafts and handlooms outlet. Duty-free shops are also available at the airport. The airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates. It has 5 check-ins, 3 immigration, 4 customs, and 2 security counters and has a total capacity of 250 for both arrivals and departures. The airport is well-connected with prepaid taxis and auto-rickshaws. Some good hotels near the airport are Hotel Parador Agra, The Trident Agra, Villa 21, The Taj Darpan, etc. Travellers can also avail themselves of car rental services from just outside the airport.

About Agra

The heritage city of Agra is located on the Yamuna River in India's north-western state of Uttar Pradesh. Situated on the Indo-Gangetic Plain, 200 km southeast of the Indian capital city New Delhi, the city was founded by Sultan Sikandar of the Lodhi Kingdom in the 16th century. It was, incidentally, the birthplace of the Indian freedom struggle. The first-ever war on the British during the national uprising of 1857 took place in Agra. Historically, dynasties such as the Jats, Marathas, and the Mughals have fought numerous battles to lay claim to this magical city. The climate of Agra is extreme; it has very hot summers and extremely cold winters. It receives very less rainfall amounting just above 620 mm. Temperatures cross 40∞C in summers and drop below 10∞C in the winters. The best season to visit the city is undoubtedly between October and February. The population of Agra is around 4.4 million, with 2.3 million being males and 2.05 million females. The most common language spoken by the inhabitants is Hindi. It is home to festivals belonging to varied cultures. The Taj Mahotsav, an annual 10-day art, craft and music festival, is celebrated amid great fanfare in a place called Shilpgram near the Taj Mahal. Janmashtami is another festival celebrated with the same level of pomp. Agra is famous for marble inlay work, mirror work and Zardozi, an embroidery done in three dimensions. The Dal Moth, Mughlai cuisine, Bedhai & Jalebi, Paratha, Chaat, and Petha are some of the famous local delicacies. Agra is world-renowned for housing one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. This all-marble masterpiece was built by Shahjahan in the 17th century for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. The structure is an epitome of Mughal architectureís brilliance, which was also branded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. Other World Heritage Sites in the city are the Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Agra's economy is naturally influenced by tourism. It famously forms the Golden Triangle, with the two other tourist destinations being Delhi and Jaipur.

Place to visit in Agra


Agra Fort


Jama Masjid


Taj Mahal

Frequently Asked Questions

The distance between Kandla and Bhuj is approximately 82 km by road.
The Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary is approximately 352 km away from Kandla.
The Kandla Port was constructed in the 1950s and is over 70 years old.
Yes, the temple remains open throughout the year for visitors.
Yes, there are duty-free shops at Agra Airport.
The best way to reach Taj Mahal from Agra Airport is via a prepaid taxi or cab and using the Mall Road to the south gate of the monument.
Agra is famous for its leather industry. Handbags and shoes made from leather can be purchased at cheaper rates.
Anjar is famous for the shrine of Jesai-Toral, the bungalow of James Mcmurdo, the Ajaypal Temple, and the Pinjora Pirknown shrine.
The distance between Agra airport to Taj Mahal is approximately 10 km and the travelling time is 20 minutes.
The primary objective of the Kandla Port Trust is to ensure the smooth management of all the ships reaching and leaving the port every day.
Rann Utsav is held in Kachchh between October and February.
Some good hotel properties near Kandla Airport are Radisson Hotel Kandla, Quality Inn Palms, The Neemaya, Renest Gandhidham, Hotel Kutch Heritage, etc.
There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Agra are the Taj Mahal, the Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri.
The resting place of emperor Akbar in Agra is Sikandra Fort.
It is one of the oldest ports which facilitates trading between India and all western countries.