Agra to Latur Flights

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Are you looking forward to travelling from Agra to Latur? Adani One is here to provide you with an easy and hassle-free way of booking air tickets. The comprehensive airfare calendar on the platform allows you to choose from the most convenient timings and bag the best air ticket deals available for you. They include discounted airfares and cashback offers which can help you save big on flight tickets. All the major airlines such as IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet, and Go First are listed on this platform. If you have already decided on the travel dates, make sure to book the return flight tickets as well, as you can avail of additional discounts on round trips. At present, there are no flights between Agra and Latur as Latur airport is not open for commercial operations. The shortest route would be to take a flight from Agra to Hyderabad. There are multiple connecting flights daily between the two cities with short layovers in Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The distance between Hyderabad Airport and Latur is 303 km, which you can cover by road or rail. So, don’t forget to check out Adani One to select the best flights for your Agra to Latur trip and book your flight tickets now.

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About Latur Airport

The Hyderabad International Airport (IATA: HYD) is officially called the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It is located in Shamshabad, which is almost 24 km away from the city centre. It was established in 2008 and is the sixth busiest airport in India. The facility has separate domestic and international terminals. It has duty-free stores, baggage services, lounges, shops, restaurants, and all other world-class amenities for the comfort of passengers. Passengers can avail of the state bus services, taxis, or rental cars to reach the city.

About Latur

Latur is a city in south-eastern Maharashtra, located in the Marathwada region. Situated on the Balaghat Plateau, it has historical significance as it was once ruled by the Rashtrakuta Dynasty. The city was majorly developed by Amoghvarsha who was the king of the the dynasty. The city was then under the rule of many kings including Delhi Sultans, many Mughal kings, and South Indian rulers. Today, Latur is the fastest-growing economy driven by agriculture, with sugarcane being the main cash crop and is therefore called the ìsugar belt of Indiaî. Apart from sugarcane, it produces mangoes, grapes, soybeans, and many edible oils. Several IT companies are now setting up offices in this city. It is also fast-emerging as an education hub. The main spoken languages in Latur are Hindi and Marathi. The city is well connected by various modes of transport such as autorickshaws, rental cars, buses, and trains. The ideal time to visit Latur is from November to February.

About Agra Airport

The official name of the Agra airport is Kheria Air Force Station (IATA: AGR). Located at a distance of 5 km from Agra city, it is a domestic airport. The airport is connected only to a limited number of domestic destinations like Lucknow, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Chennai. It has a passenger capacity of around 250 at a time. The airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates. Medical facilities, trolley services, food counters and restrooms are available at the airport. There are several shops in the airport where you can get souvenirs, handicrafts and jewellery. The airport is well-connected with taxis and buses to commute to and from the city.

About Agra

Agra is world renowned for being the only place in India that boasts of having one of the Seven Wonders of the World ó the Taj Mahal. Situated on the banks of River Yamuna, the city in Uttar Pradesh is known for its colourful streets and vibrant culture. Agra was the capital of the Mughal empire and is filled with the beauty of Mughal architecture such as Fatehpur Sikri and Chausath Khamba. It is on the list of the most visited cities in the world. Apart from its many monuments, Agra is also a major shopping destination. There are many markets here that are especially famous for handicrafts. Agra is also a place where you can taste many delicacies such as petha, jalebis, dalmoth, other chats, and Mughal dishes. If you are a new visitor to Agra, transportation can confuse you a bit. Because being a city with a lot of pollution, there are some regulations imposed on transport. For small distances, you can take cycle rickshaws. While travelling long distances, you can opt for government buses. Near the Taj Mahal, only electric vehicles are allowed. The best time to visit Agra is from November to March.

Place to visit in Agra

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Agra Fort

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Jama Masjid

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Taj Mahal

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you are permitted to bring food on the plane, but it should be in spill-proof containers.
Yes, you are permitted to carry water or juice on the plane but it should not exceed 100 ml.
There are multiple connecting flights daily between Agra and Hyderabad with short layovers in Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
Yes, there are duty-free shops at the Hyderabad International Airport.
Delhi is 243 km from Agra by road.
The distance between Hyderabad Airport and Latur is 303 km.
Latur Airport is not open for commercial operations.
Petha, jalebis, dalmoth, and Mughal dishes are some of the must-haves when in Agra.
The IATA code of Agra airport is AGR and the IATA code of Hyderabad airport is HYD.
The Taj Mahal is the reason for Agraís global renown.
Latur is called the ìsugar belt of Indiaî.
The ideal time to visit Latur is from November to February.
Biryani is the famous delicacy of Latur.
Marathi is the widely spoken language in Latur.
Itmad-ud-Daulauís tomb, made of Rajasthani white marble and red sandstone, is called Baby Taj or Baccha Taj.