Agra to Ludhiana Flights

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Book the cheapest Agra to Ludhiana flights at Adani! Are you planning to travel from Agra to Ludhiana? If yes, book flight tickets on Adani! You can book your tickets directly from your laptop or mobile device. Whether you want one-way or return tickets, visit the Adani portal and get the detailed flight schedule for the next 3 months. Choose the best deal and enjoy a hassle-free journey! All you need to do is input the origin and destination cities, travel dates, and the number of passengers to check flight availability and prices. Adani will display a list of the cheapest flights. Book your Agra to Ludhiana flights on Adani today!There are no direct flights between Agra and Ludhiana. You must first travel by train from Agra to New Delhi or Jaipur, then fly to Chandigarh from New Delhi or Jaipur, and finally travel by rail or road from Chandigarh to Ludhiana. As there are limited flights from Jaipur to Chandigarh, it is best to fly from New Delhi to Chandigarh and proceed by rail or road to Ludhiana. Flights from New Delhi to Chandigarh take around 55 minutes to land in Chandigarh. You will find all the information you need about travelling from New Delhi to Chandigarh by air in the sections below.

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About Ludhiana Airport

The Chandigarh International Airport, also called the Mohali International Airport, serves the union territory of Chandigarh and the cities of Mohali and Panchkula in Punjab and Haryana, respectively. The airport has two terminals, where one terminal handles the domestic flight traffic, and the other services international flights. Located around 9 km from the city centre, the airport has excellent infrastructure with several modern amenities, including baggage services, restaurants, and duty-free shopping. Passengers who wish to reach the airport by bus or train may get down at the nearest bus stand or the railway station.

About Ludhiana

Ludhiana is the largest and most populated city in Punjab. It has an interesting history. Founded by members of the Lodi dynasty, who named the city Lodhi-ana, meaning the town of the Lodis. The cityís name was later changed to Ludhiana. It is situated on the banks of the majestic Sutlej and is 107 km from Chandigarh, the capital of Punjab. Ludhiana is often referred to as the Manchester of India, considering its supremacy and mastery in producing hosiery items such as shawls and stoles. Manufacturing units in the Ludhiana District also produce steel, machinery, cotton textiles, and bicycles. The processing of agricultural products is also quite common in this region.

About Agra Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport serves Delhi and the rest of North India. It is the city's main international gateway. Two domestic terminals are operational at the New Delhi Airport. Terminal 1 solely services domestic flights, with departures and arrivals handled at Terminal 1D and 1C, respectively. While it handles some domestic flights, Terminal 3 services all inbound and outbound international flights operating out of the airport in Delhi. The airport offers many passenger services and amenities. You can board a train on Delhi's Orange Line Metro Rail to reach the city centre from the international airport.

About Agra

Agra is a heritage-rich city with a beautiful blend of cultures and traditions that developed during the rule of the Rajputs, the Mughals, and the British. Strategically located on the banks of the Yamuna, Agra enjoys a prime spot on Indiaís map. The city becomes even more interesting due to the three UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Taj Mahal, the Red Fort (Agra Fort), and Fatehpur Sikri. The Taj Mahal is one of the seven wonders of the world and a popular tourist destination in India. Agra is part of the Golden Triangle, with New Delhi and Jaipur forming the two other points of the triangle. In addition to the fascinating historical monuments it houses, Agra is famous for crafts such as marble inlay works, handicrafts, rugs, calligraphy, Zardozi designs (on cloth), leather, textiles, carpet weaving, and paintings.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you may be allowed to carry dry food items and fruits in your hand luggage.
Normally, flights operate on schedule. However, it is advisable to check your flightís status online.
You can contact the airlineís staff and share your boarding pass and lost baggage details.
A nonstop flight from New Delhi to Chandigarh takes around 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Around 20 flights operate from New Delhi to Chandigarh every day.
Passengers must have the Arogya Setu application downloaded on their phones. They must undergo a free COVID- 19 test at the airport.
The distance between New Delhi and Chandigarh by air is 234 km.
The first flight from New Delhi to Chandigarh is AI 9805 (Air India), which departs at 6:40 am.
The Delhi Airport is in Palam, New Delhi, southwest of the New Delhi Railway Station and 16 km from the New Delhi city centre.
Air India operates the maximum number of flights on this route.
The last flight from New Delhi to Chandigarh is 6E 937 (IndiGo), which departs at 8:55 pm.