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Are you planning to book Agra to Pathankot flights?With just a few clicks, you can check Agra to Pathankot flight schedules on Adani One's one-stop app. This app will help you find the best Agra to Pathankot flight ticket prices with multiple cash-back offers, discounts, refunds, and many other benefits. This app also provides a detailed airfare calendar that gives the flight status, schedule, fare, and other details.In effect, Adani One enables you to choose a convenient flight with the most affordable deals on flight tickets. Once you give the source and destination airports and travel dates, you can see a detailed airfare calendar of your preferred flying route. All major airlines like Air India, IndiGo, AirAsia, and many more are listed on Adani One.There are no direct or connecting Agra to Pathankot flights. Hence, the source and destination airports have to be different. You have to board a flight from New Delhi to Amritsar. It is also known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, is around 222 km from Agra. The distance of Amritsar airport, i.e., Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport from Pathankot, is around 119 km. There are about 10 to 11 flights from New Delhi to Amritsar daily. Vistara, Air India, and IndiGo offer these Agra to Pathankot flights. The minimum time taken by a non-stop flight is 1 hour and 10 minutes. Agra Airport (IATA: AGR, ICAO: VIAG) is the military airbase and public airport that serves Agra.


About Pathankot Airport

Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport. This airport's IATA code is ATQ, which is around 11 km from the city centre. Also called Raja Sansi Airport, it is named after the fourth Sikh Guru and the founder of Amritsar, Shri Guru Ram Das Ji. The airport's arrival terminal was opened in 2005, while the departure terminal opened in March 2006. The Airports Authority of India (AAI) oversees all airport operations and security. As of now, there is only one terminal at this airport. The operations began on 25 February 2009. It can accommodate around 4 million passengers every year. During peak hours, approximately 1200 passengers can quickly come here. Free trolleys, paid portage, a VIP room, a lost and found baggage counter, restaurants and cafÈs, an information counter, ATMs, duty-free stores and other essential services are available at this airport. Special facilities for physically disabled people are also provided. Around 30 standard user terminal equipment check-in counters, 6 self-service kiosk boards, 12 immigration counters for departure and 16 for the arrival of international flight passengers, and many other excellent services can be accessed here.

About Pathankot

Pathankot is in Punjab and is a popular tourist destination with rich historical significance. People who wish to explore the highlands like the hill stations of Kashmir, Dalhousie, Chamba and Kangra may visit this city on their route. It reflects the combination of states, including Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir. It also shares some areas with Pakistan. Pathankot is well connected by train and road to towns all across India. It is a nature-rich place due to its location in the foothills of Dalhousie, Kangra and the river Chakki. This city was famous for its shawl and Loi for decades. A Muslim descendent of Raja Sayed Khan of Nupur State ruled Pathankot until 1781. This area was governed by Rajputs beginning at the end of the 17th century and was a component of the princely state of Nurpur. Rana Bhet, a well-known Jatpal and a Taur Rajput from Delhi founded the state of Nurpur. Sikhs believe that Pathankot was established by their Guru Nanak Ji. The enormous Military base in Asia, named Mammon Cantt is in Pathankot. People of Pathankot celebrate festivals like Baisakhi and Lohri in a fantastic way. You must visit here during this time. Otherwise, April to October is the best time to explore the natural beauty of Pathankot. Punjabi is the official and most commonly spoken language in Pathankot. Hindi, English and Dogri are also widely spoken. All kinds of Punjabi food in Pathankot is excellently served here, with sweet dishes like halwa and barfi.

About Agra Airport

Agra Airport (IATA: AGR, ICAO: VIAG) is the military airbase and public airport that serves Agra. The air force station is one of the largest air bases of the IAF (Indian Air Force). This airport was built around 63 years ago. Kheria Airport is both a significant Indian Air Force base and a popular public air facility that serves Agra's nearby city and the star attraction, the Taj Mahal. Due to the dual function, the airport handles only a few flights on irregular schedules, mostly from Varanasi, Khajuraho, and New Delhi. The airport is just 13 km from the city centre. This airport is a seasonal commercial airport and is well connected to New Delhi airport. It is served by Air India, Indian Airlines, Kingfisher Red, and Jet Airways. This terminal is small yet contains some gift shops that sell travel items, beautiful souvenirs, and reading materials. It houses a post office, car hire offices, and banking facilities. Most visitors may use taxis to reach their onward destination, though the car rental might be equally convenient when you can choose to self-drive. Other amenities include money changers, ATMs, a snack bar, duty-free shopping for international passengers, car rental offices, etc.

About Agra

Agra is one of Uttar Pradesh's most populated cities. It is a popular tourist destination because of the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri, all built during the Mughal Empire. Agra is a historical city. Its name is famous from the times of the Mahabharata. Agra was founded in 1504 by the Muslim ruler of the Delhi Sultanate, Sultan Sikandar Lodhi. During the rule of the Mughals, the city witnessed its golden age. The old name of Agra is Akbarabad, the capital city during the reign of Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan. On the banks of the Yamuna River, this is India's historic capital. The Taj Mahal is the most prominent tourist attraction in Agra, Uttar Pradesh. Petha is a must-try when you are in Agra. People not only enjoy this translucent sweet delicacy in Agra but also enjoy bringing it as gifts for their loved ones because it is available in a variety of flavors. Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri are UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Agra. They are close to each other and can be visited in a single day. Agra's historical sites may be explored in two days. The best time to visit Agra is between October to March when the heat has subsided and the weather is mild and ideal for touring. Hindi is the official and most commonly spoken language in Agra. It is a globally famous tourist place due to the Taj Mahal; hence, you can find many English-speaking people in this city.

Airport Information


Agra Airport, Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008


Pathankot Airport, 6JFP+FHC, Pathankot, Punjab 145001

Frequently Asked Questions

Mobile devices should be kept off or in silent mode.
You can take a bus, taxi, or car from Pathankot to Dharamshala. The distance between these two places is around 84 km, and you will enjoy the serene view on this road.
Pathankot and Dalhousie are 88 km away from each other. There are multiple buses for Dalhousie that leave from Pathankot every day. You can take buses by Himachal Road Transport Corporation, HRTC buses, and private buses.
We advise that you stay in Agra for at least 2 days in order to fully enjoy the city's sightseeing.
On an economy flight from Agra to Pathankot, each passenger is permitted to check in up to 15 kg of bags in addition to 7 kg of cabin baggage.
The Dhameri Fort, also known as Nurpur Fort, was constructed in the 10th century.
The top hotels in Agra include the Oberoi Amarvilas, Trident, Courtyard by Marriott, DoubleTree by Hilton, etc.
It is best to explore the beauty of Pathankot between April to October. Due to the pleasant weather, the natural beauty of this place will amaze you. You can also enjoy festivals like Lohri and Baisakhi at this time.
Petha is a must-try when you are in Agra. This translucent sweet dish comes in various flavors, and people not just eat it in Agra but also love to take it for their loved ones.
For many centuries, Pathankot was well-known for its Loi and shawl-weaving industries. The Indian Army and Indian Air Force now use it as a base. The 900-year-old Nurpur Fort and the 350-year-old Mukteshwar Temple are two further attractions in Pathankot.
The best time to visit Agra is between October to March, when the heat has subsided and the weather is mild and ideal for touring. Spend a day strolling through the Taj Mahal's gardens and taking in this majestic masterpiece's splendor.
Makhan da Dhaba, located near the railway line on Dhangu Road and Chamba Dhaba at Post Office Chowk, will surely satisfy your tastebuds.
Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri are UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Agra. They are close to each other and can be visited in a single day.
Maharana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminal, situated on Gurdaspur Road, is the closest bus terminus in Pathankot city. It is around 600 m from Pathankot Railway Station.
It is believed that this temple was built by Pandavas during the final year of their exile. These cave temples are around 5500 years old, as old as the Mahabharata is.