Agra to Mysore Flights

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Planning a trip from Agra to Mysore? Book the flight tickets for your journey from Agra to Mysore using Adani One. Whether it is a one-way journey from Agra to Mysore or a return journey from Mysore to Agra, Adani One has many choices for you. Scroll through the airfare calendar, enter your departure dates and class preference, and have a detailed flight chart ready to match all your needs. Moreover, by booking a return ticket, you can benefit from the exclusive deals offered like cashback and good discounts.There are no direct flights from Agra to Mysore. However, there are different routes and ways to reach your desired destination in the least possible time. You can board a bus from Agra and reach the New Delhi airport which is the nearest airport to Agra, and board a flight to Bangalore. From Bangalore, there are options like flights, buses, or trains to reach Mysore. The same route can also be taken for the return journey. Flights from New Delhi to Bangalore take about 2 hours and 30 minutes minimum, and flights from Bangalore to Mysore can take an hour. However, the layover time can be long, hence you can opt for a cab, bus, or train from Bangalore to reach earlier. So, book the carrier of your choice using the Adani One platform.


About Mysore Airport

Mysore Airport (IATA code: MYQ), also known as Mandakalli Airport, is situated 10 km away from the city. Flights operate regularly from Mysore to several major cities in India. The Airports Authority of India owns and operates the Mysore Airport. The airport has a single runway and three parking slots. Mysore Airport operates only domestic flights. The nearest international airport to Mysore is Bangalore Airport. The terminal offers several facilities, places to shop and eat, fruit juice stalls, bookstalls, first-aid and medical stores, magazine stalls, etc. Taxi services and buses are available right outside the Mysore Airport.

About Mysore

A city with one of the richest cultures, Mysore, located just 140 km away from Bangalore, is also referred to as Mysuru. This third largest city of Karnataka is located at the foot of Chamundi Hills. The city was once the capital of the Mysore Kingdom. Mysore has also the second-largest population in Karnataka. Mysore is quite famous for its beautiful gardens, monumental architecture, and ancient palaces and temples that showcase its heritage. From temples, national parks, gardens, cafes, and museums, Mysore caters to visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Some of the most famous historical sites include the Chamundi temple, Somanathapura, and the Shivanasamudra. Tourists also enjoy a visit to the beautiful Brindavan gardens, the age-old Mysore zoo, or just take a stroll to the Krishnarajasagara Dam. Apart from being a prime tourist location, Mysore caters to many huge markets of incense, sandalwood, handicrafts, and silks. Mysoreís cuisine is largely rice-based. The city is known for its Mysore masala dosa, idlis, and different types of chutneys. Don't miss out on the Bisi bele bath, Vangi bath and Chitranna, and of course the delicious Mysore pak. Mysore has a very pleasant climate throughout the year with just the perfect warmth in summers and a cool breeze in winters.

About Agra Airport

The Indira Gandhi International Airport also referred to as the IGI or the Delhi Airport is around a 3 hours drive from the city of Agra. The IATA code for the airport is DEL. The airport has been named after the late Indira Gandhi, one of the Prime Ministers of India. Being one of the largest and busiest airports in the country, this airport operates both national and international flights and has three parallel runways. The Delhi Airport has three terminals, with Terminal 1 being the oldest and terminal 3 being the most recent and one of the largest in the entire world. Itís a hub for all major carriers, like Air India, Alliance Air, SpiceJet, and Vistara, among others. Apart from this, the airport offers a wide range of facilities and services for all passengers. The list includes restaurants and shops for souvenirs and gifts along with duty-free, baggage wrap, hotel booking, and other telecommunication services. The airport can be reached by bus, metro, or cab facilities.

About Agra

Agra is a historic city located on the banks of the Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh. The city is home to a few of the best architectural marvels and one of the worldís Seven Wonders - the Taj Mahal. The history and culture of this city are vibrant and have played a great role in placing India on the global map. From the very popular Agra Petha and Dalmoth namkeen to the marble and clay work, along with the handicrafts, all add to the charm of this city. Agra forms a part of the Golden triangle tourist circuit along with Jaipur and Delhi. The beauty of the Taj Mahal has been sufficiently emphasised, and the city is also equally famous for monuments that showcase the Mughal legacy such as the Agra fort, Fatehpur Sikri, and the Anguri Bagh, along with the popular local markets selling items like jewellery, boxes, leather goods, and souvenirs of the Taj to take back home. Agra is a paradise for foodies who are eager to explore the regional delicacies at every nook and corner. Agraís weather is decently pleasant and is best enjoyed during winter or post-monsoon.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the Adani One offers deals and cashback to help you save extra if you book a return ticket as well in the same transaction.
No, the terminal number is specified on your ticket.
Yes, a passenger can choose an airline depending on their prices, timings, etc.
Yes, you can either board the train to save time, take a bus or catch a flight.
Once the ticket has been booked, discounts or offers will be displayed on the payment portal.
A passenger travelling from Agra can reach Delhi by taking a bus and later boarding the metro to reach IGI or by simply booking a cab.
Yes, there is a parking facility available.
The journey from Agra to Mysore starts from the IGI Airport in New Delhi to the Mandakalli Airport in Mysore.
Depending on the airline and class, the baggage limit can vary, but it is usually around 15 kg for check-in and 7 kg for cabin baggage.