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Book the Cheapest Agra to Nashik Flights on Adani One! Need to travel from Agra to Nashik? Adani One features flight tickets from all major companies in the aviation industry, and you can book tickets directly from our website using an easy-to-navigate booking form. This will save you both time and money as opposed to manually searching each airline’s website individually. Book tickets on Adani One now!Currently, there are no direct flights between Agra and Nashik. The closest airport to Nashik is Mumbai Airport, located around 180 km from Nashik. It takes around 3-4 hours by road to reach Nashik from Mumbai. Since flights from Agra to Nashik are not available at present, it is best to fly from Agra to Mumbai and then proceed by road to Nashik.There are many connecting flights between Agra and Mumbai on a weekly basis. You will find all the necessary information about Agra to Nashik travel in the following sections, and then you can check out your options on the website and select the best one for your trip!

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About Nashik Airport

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, the second biggest airport in India, is situated in Andheri, Mumbai, in the state of Maharashtra. Formerly known as Sahar International Airport, it is now named after the Maratha emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji. Mumbai Airport is one of the eight airports operated by Adani Airport Holdings. The airport is located almost 37 km north of the Mumbai city centre. The airport has two terminals - Terminal 1 has sections A, B, and C, which serves domestic airlines, and Terminal 2, also known as the International Airport, serves predominantly international flyers though it does serve domestic travellers as well. The airport has 208 check-in counters, 47 escalators, 78 boarding gates, and 161 elevators, among many features. The connectivity to the airport is excellent. You can avail of app-based taxis, prepaid cars, local taxis, and local buses to reach the airport within a very short time. There is also a Metro station named Airport Road Metro Station just about 1.4 km from the airport. Mumbai Airport has many facilities such as lounges, restaurants and cafÈs, free Wi-Fi, a baby care area, a childrenís play area, an information desk, medical services, a pharmacy, prayer rooms, currency exchange desks, ATM, postal service desks, smoking areas, baggage wrapping, and trolley services, luggage storage, duty-free stores, payphones, and shops selling International SIM cards.

About Nashik

Nashik, also known as Nasik, is situated on the banks of the River Godavari in Maharashtra. This ancient holy city has its links to the epic ìRamayanaî. Nashik Caves, also known as Trirashmi (Pandavleni) Caves, is a group of 24 caves in Nashik. The tallest Jain idol in the world, called The Statue of Ahimsa, depicting the first Tirthankara Rishabhdev, is in Nashik. The city is also the location for the Hindu pilgrimage of Kumbh Mela held every 12 years. The River Godavari originates in Trimbakeshwar, about 25-27 km from the city, and flows through the old residential settlement. Nashik is also called the ìWine Capital of Indiaî as 50% of Indiaís vineyards and wineries are located here, and around 90% of all wine made in India comes from Nashik. The city is one of the fastest-growing and is a major industrial centre for automobile hubs. Atlas Copco, Robert Bosch GmbH, CEAT Limited, Crompton Greaves, and Larsen & Toubro are some of the big industrial houses in Nashik. Nashik has many educational Institutes for various fields of study like medicine, engineering, and management. The city is famous for its savoury snacks like the Nashik Chivda, Bakarwadi, Kanda Poha, and many more. The city experiences a tropical climate with moderate monsoons, pleasant winters, and hot summers. Nashik experiences moderate rainfalls in June, and it lasts till September. Though tourists come in all seasons, the best season to visit Nashik is winter, i.e. between October and March. The temperature remains comfortable and suitable for sightseeing. This is also the season of festivals like Dasara, Deepawali, and Holi.

About Agra Airport

Agra Airport, which is also known as Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Airport, is a military airbase and public airport located in Kheria in Agra. It is one of the largest air bases of the Indian Air Force. The airport is about 5 km away from downtown Agra. The railway station is located approximately 3-4 km away from the airport. The best option for local travel is to use local buses, app-based cabs, prepaid taxis, and autos. The airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates. The airport can accommodate around 250 passengersí arrival and departure. It has facilities such as a shower area, medical care on-call, a lost and found baggage counter, restrooms for transit passengers, a baggage handling system, Wi-Fi, smoking zone, to name a few.

About Agra

Agra is situated on the banks of the Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh, India. The city is historically famous as the seat of the Mughal Empire and has seen Mughal emperors Babur, Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, Shah Jahan, and Aurangzeb rule their kingdoms from here. During the Mughal reign, Agra was known for learning, arts, commerce, and religion. Several city monuments like Sikandra (Akbarís tomb), Agra Fort, and the Taj Mahal were built during this period. Now, the Agra Fort and the Taj Mahal are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The main river that runs through Agra is Yamuna. It serves as the primary irrigation system that helps farmers cultivate and get the best yield from both farming seasons. Millets, barley, wheat, and cotton are among the main crops produced in Agra, and a large part of the population depends on agriculture as their primary source of livelihood. The historical attractions of Agra also generate revenue from tourism. Apart from tourism and agriculture, Agra has leather and footwear, iron foundries, zari and zardozi works, carpets, and handicrafts. Taj Mahotsav is an annual festival celebrated in February every year, making it the best time to visit the city. Apart from tourism, Agra is famous for its food, especially the sweet known as Petha. Since Agra was ruled by the Mughals, it is also famous for its Mughlai cuisine.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Business Class section in some airlines provides extra space for sleeping.
Yes, the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport does have free WiFi.
Unfortunately, Agra does not have an operational metro or local train. For local transport, tourists can hire a taxi, auto or explore the city on foot.
You can approach the staff of the airline that you have travelled with and provide your boarding pass and details of the lost baggage.
Currently, there are no direct flights between Mumbai and Agra. However, several connecting flights operate between the two cities.
The quantity of luggage allowed differs based on the airline and the class of travel. Typically, 7 kg cabin baggage and 15 kg check-in baggage are allowed on most flights. However, it would be best to check with your airline for a convenient and stress-free flying experience.
Yes, you can check-in online for your Agra to Mumbai flight by logging on to your airline website.
Nashik is famous for its savoury snacks like Chivda, Bakarwadi, Kanda Poha, and many more.
Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites located in Agra.
Agra is famous for monuments from the Mughal era, like the Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, etc.
It takes about 5 hours and 50 minutes to travel between the two cities.