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Are you looking for Agra to Shillong flights? The Adani platform is a one-stop portal that can assist you in booking flights from Agra to Shillong. Enter the names of the two locations, then look at the comprehensive airfare calendar and the list of flights on this route to see available options. IndiGo, Air India, AirAsia, and SpiceJet are just some of the domestic airlines featured on the site. If you have your schedule planned out, it is advisable to book a return flight as well to take advantage of the air ticket deals and cashback offers.There are no direct flights from Agra to Shillong. The best alternative would be to travel by road or train from Agra to New Delhi and fly to Shillong from there. IndiGo and Vistara operate daily from Delhi to Shillong with one- or two-stop layovers at Kolkata, Dibrugarh, or Bagdogra. Check out Adani's consolidated platform for the latest information on cashback offers and discount deals, and book your flight from Agra to Shillong today!


About Shillong Airport

Umroi Airport or Shillong Airport (IATA code: SHL), is a commercial airport about 30 km from the city. Air India flights connect Shillong and Kolkata. Among the cities, the airport serves are Patna, Aizawl, Imphal, Jorhat, Birsa, Silchar, Port Blair, Bagdogra, and Borjhar. The single terminal of Shillong Airport has one boarding gate and only operates regional flights. It can accommodate 100 arrivals and departures at one time. There are two security desks and six check-in counters for travellers. The airport has drinking water, a child care room, a lost-and-found baggage counter, and medical facilities. The airport's cafes offer small meals and other refreshments to passengers. There are also duty-free shops to buy local handicrafts and souvenirs at reasonable prices. There are several hotels near the airport and regular bus services to the city and nearby areas.

About Shillong

The charming hill station of Shillong, Meghalaya's capital, is also known as "Scotland of the East". Shillong has a westernised culture because of British colonists who built up most of the city during the 19th and early 20th centuries. It lies in the middle of a plateau surrounded by hills and greenery. Shillong is an important trade centre for agricultural products and has research stations focusing on dairy farms, fruit, and silk production. Shillong is popular with tourists because of its intriguing mountain peaks, clean lakes, gorgeous golf courses, cafes, and museums. The city is best visited between September and May because of its pleasant climate.

About Agra Airport

Delhi Airport, officially the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA code: DEL), is the busiest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic and cargo. The airport has three terminals. Terminals 1 and 2 handle domestic traffic while Terminal 3 is mainly used for international traffic. The airport is a hub for Air India, AirAsia India, Alliance Air, GoFirst, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara as well as a focus city for FedEx Express. The airport offers all modern facilities and conveniences for passengers including restaurants and cafes, duty-free shops, retail shops, free luggage trolleys, wheelchairs, ATMs, and free Wi-Fi. There are also special rooms designated for children, equipped with games, diapers, and other necessities. Delhi Airport is well connected to the city and nearby areas by airport shuttles, buses, app-based taxis, cabs, car rentals, and the Delhi Metro.

About Agra

Agra is situated on the banks of River Yamuna in the state of Uttar Pradesh and is believed to have been founded in the 16th century by Sultan Sikandar Lodi. After that, it was ruled in turn by the Mughals, the Marathas, and the British until independence. Under the Mughals, Agra served as their capital and saw the development of the Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikri, and the famous Taj Mahal, which Shah Jahan built as a mausoleum for his favourite empress. These are among the many places of tourist attractions in Agra. Located about 200 km from Delhi, the city is also home to the famous mosque, the Jama Masjid. Agra is also a commercial and industrial centre known for its leather goods, cut stone, and handwoven carpets.

Airport Information


Agra Airport, Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008


Shillong Airport, PX4G+F2P, Shillong Arpt Rd, Umroi, Meghalaya 793103

Frequently Asked Questions

Although known mainly for the iconic Taj Mahal, Agra is an ancient city that finds mention even in the Mahabharata. It is famous for its Mughal architecture, its many archaeological sites, its marble inlay work, its leather industry, its many shopping markets, and emporiums, its authentic Mughlai and North Indian cuisine, and for its mouth-watering sweets and desserts such as petha, gajak, chiki, ghewar, and laddoos.
Yes, there are many good hotels to suit a variety of budgets with a 5-km radius of the Delhi Airport.
Shillong is mainly inhabited by the Khasi tribe, who are generally Christians and maintain a matrilineal society. Other inhabitants include Assamese, Bengalis and Nepalese, but they are in the minority. Festivals are a substantial part of the cultural identity of the tribes of Shillong.
The monsoons in Shillong are muggy and mostly cloudy, but the dry season is cool and mostly clear. So, the best time to visit Shillong for warm-weather activities would be from October to November.
The quickest flight from Delhi to Shillong is an IndiGo flight that takes about 5 hours 25 minutes with one layover in Kolkata.
No, there is no direct flight from Agra to Shillong. The best alternative would be to go by road or train from Agra to New Delhi and take a flight from there to Shillong.
Air India and IndiGo both provide flights out of Shillong.
Some well known hotels near the Shillong Airport are Ri Kynjai Resort, Orchid Resort, Hotel Centre Point, Hotel Polo Towers, Zara Residency, Mi Casa, Sanctum, Eee Cee Hotel, Pegasus Crown and Pinewood Hotel. There are also a few bed-and-breakfast stays close to the airport.
Momos, pumaloi, tungrumbai, jadoh, smoked meats, pukhlein, and chilli pork are among the popular dishes in Shillong.
Shillong is a hill station that also serves as a gateway to Meghalaya, a state known for its stunning scenery, majestic waterfalls and abundant natural beauty.
Buses and taxis are the most commonly used modes of transport. Buses are of two kinds, the Shillong City bus and the Bazar bus. The City bus is for tourists and locals, whereas the Bazar bus is mainly for villagers coming to Shillong. The black and yellow metered taxis are much faster and also run on a shared basis.
There are several ways to get from Agra to Shillong, including by car, train, or plane.
The first flight from Delhi to Shillong is an IndiGo flight that departs Delhi at 3 am and reaches Shillong at 11:30 am.
The last flight from Delhi to Shillong is an IndiGo flight that departs Delhi at 11:40 pm and reaches Shillong at 11:30 am the next day.