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Are you looking to book a flight ticket from Agra to Kochi? Find pocket-friendly flights on Adani One! Check out Adani One, a one-stop platform to book a flight ticket easily by entering the details in the search bar. Adani One will provide an overview of the available flights and their prices and help you quickly choose from the best airline operators, including Vistara, Air India, IndiGo, and Go First. Users also get exclusive access to discounted airfares and cashback offers for the best travel experience. Booking the return ticket in advance is the best way to take advantage of the flight ticket offers. Currently, there are no direct flights from Agra to Kochi. However, two connecting flights with one layover operate nearly every day along the Agra-Kochi route. The flights are operated by IndiGo. The shortest flight between them lasts for seven hours and five minutes, with an approximately four-hour-long layover at Bangalore. Do check the Adani One portal for the latest flight information. Book a flight ticket from Agra to Kochi on Adani One today to get the best discounts and cashback offers.

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Airline
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Arrival
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IndiGo13:45
Agra
21:25
Kochi
07h 40m₹11,219

Agra to Kochi Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

07h 40m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-5338,departs at 13:45

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-5338, departs at 13:45

Popular Airlines from Agra to Kochi

IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Agra to Kochi in a day

1

Airport Codes for Agra and Kochi

AGR-Agra, COK-Kochi
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About Kochi Airport

Also known as Cochin, Kochi lies on the southwest coastline of Kerala. The long history of Kochi dates back to the 12th century. Chinese and Arab traders were the first visitors to Kochi who paved the way for Portuguese and Dutch visitors, followed by the British. It is a bustling megacity which also holds on to its cultural heritage. Since the 14th century, Kochi, often called the Queen of the Arabian Sea, has had vessels from Asian and European countries visiting her harborage. Kochiís growth owes a lot to its strategic position on the northern end of the peninsula, its proximity to the Arabian Sea on the west, and the estuaries and the Western Ghats on the east. With a mix of hilly areas, estuaries and backwaters, small islands, coastal cities and plain terrain, the city attracts tourists with its breathtaking monuments and emerging cosmopolitan nature. Kochi is one the top suppliers of aromatic spices to global markets and is famous for sandalwood, perfumes, and gold.

About Kochi

Also known as Cochin, Kochi lies on the southwest coastline of Kerala. The long history of Kochi dates back to the 12th century. Chinese and Arab traders were the first visitors to Kochi who paved the way for Portuguese and Dutch visitors, followed by the British. It is a bustling megacity which also holds on to its cultural heritage. Since the 14th century, Kochi, often called the Queen of the Arabian Sea, has had vessels from Asian and European countries visiting her harborage. Kochiís growth owes a lot to its strategic position on the northern end of the peninsula, its proximity to the Arabian Sea on the west, and the estuaries and the Western Ghats on the east. With a mix of hilly areas, estuaries and backwaters, small islands, coastal cities and plain terrain, the city attracts tourists with its breathtaking monuments and emerging cosmopolitan nature. Kochi is one the top suppliers of aromatic spices to global markets and is famous for sandalwood, perfumes, and gold.

About Agra Airport

Located at a distance of around 6 km from the city, Agra Airport (IATA code: AGR) is a military airbase that is well known as Kheria Airforce Station. Established in 1947, it is a domestic airport with a single terminal, which has a total capacity of handling 250 passengers for both arrivals and departures. The airport has limited connectivity with direct flights to several cities, including Mumbai, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, and Lucknow. The terminal covers an area of approximately 4,400 square metres. The airport complex has five check-in counters, two security counters, three immigration, and four customs counters. Services such as free trolleys, on-call medical facilities, a lost & found baggage counter, and restrooms are available for passengers at the airport. Equipped with all the necessary amenities, travellers can find a spa, several shops, and many food counters at the airport. The airport is well-connected with different parts of the city via prepaid taxis and auto rickshaws.

About Agra

Situated on the banks of the River Yamuna, Agra is one of the most heavily populated cities in Uttar Pradesh. The city was founded in 1504 by Sultan Sikandar Lodi, who was the ruler of the Delhi Sultanate. Agra was known as Akbarabad during the Mughal Era and remained the capital of the Mughal Empire under Emperor Akbar, Emperor Jahangir, and Emperor Shah Jahan. The city was renamed Agra in 1803 under the rule of Marathas, who took control of the city after the fall of the Mughal Empire and before the British Raj. Surrounded by the religious sites of Mathura and Vrindavan, most of the festivals organised in the region are either religious festivals or cattle and village fairs. Taj Mahotsav, organised annually for ten days during February, is the most famous and beloved cultural festival of Agra. Bateshwar Fair is organised during either October or November, while the Kailash Fair is organised in the monsoon months of August and September, attracting thousands of devotees every year. A city full of wonders such as the Taj Mahal and Agra fort, Agra is visited by a significant number of travellers from across the globe. Besides being famous for sweets such as petha and snacks such as dalmoth and gajak, Agra is a great place to shop for leather goods, handicrafts, and stone carvings.

Frequently Asked Questions

Two connecting flights with different layover times fly from Agra to Kochi operated by IndiGo.
Some of the famous beaches in Kochi are Fort Kochi Beach, Kuzhupilly Beach, Puthuvype Beach, Cherai Beach, and Njarackal Arattuvazhi Beach.
Peppermint Cafe, Earth Lounge, Momo Cafe, Haveli - Abad, Blue Bell, and The Chef Multi-cuisine Restaurant are a few popular restaurants within 1.5 km of Kochi Airport.
IndiGo is the most preferred airline operating along the Agra to Kochi (Cochin) flight route.
Dosa, appam and stew, idiyappam with curry, idli sambhar, Kerala puttu kadala, avial, and Kerala parotta are some popular food items of Kochi.
The Daawat-e-Nawab, Mughal Room, Kaashi Cafe, Cafeí G, Hotel Grand, Teaíse Me, Good Vibes Cafe, and The Salt Cafe Kitchen & Bar are a few popular restaurants in Agra.
Visitors can buy leather products, marble replicas, rugs and carpets, jewellery, zari embroidery textiles or chain stitch embroidery textiles, silk sarees, and handicrafts in Agra.
Petha, shawarma, bedai, rabri and jalebi, bhalla, and dalmoth are a few famous food items of Agra.
The Kerala Kathakali Centre near Santa Cruz Basilica in Fort Kochi (Cochin) is the most popular place to watch Kathakali in Kochi.
The tomb of Akbar the Great located in Sikandra is the resting place of Emperor Akbar. It is located around 8 km away from Agra.
Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri are the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Agra.