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Ahmedabad to Agra Flights

Ahmedabad Airport is officially known as Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (IATA: AMD), and Agra Airport is a domestic airport, which is also called Kheria Airport (IATA: AGR). The airport in Agra is connected only to a few Indian cities via direct or connecting flights, while Ahmedabad Airport is connected to all major international and domestic destinations.

As of now, there are about 1-2 flights that operate from Ahmedabad to Agra every day, of which only 1 is a direct flight, but it is not a daily flight. All these flights are operated by IndiGo, with connecting flights that have layovers in cities like Lucknow and Mumbai. The shortest flight from Ahmedabad to Agra takes about 2 hours and 10 minutes to reach the destination.

Flights from Ahmedabad to Agra


About Agra Airport

The official name of Agra Airport is Kheria Airport (IATA: AGR) or Agra Civil Enclave, which connects Agra to some of the major Indian cities. It is located approximately 6 km from the city centre and has a single passenger terminal. There are luggage trolleys, an on-call medical facility, a lost and found baggage counter, and restrooms for transit passengers at the airport. For the convenience of the passengers, the airport also has restaurants, shopping outlets, information desks, and wheelchair assistance. To reach the city from the airport, you can hire taxis or rental cars available at the airport.

COVID-19 Information

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Most airlines have defined specific security guidelines for passenger luggage. This includes a list of items passengers are allowed to bring on board a flight, packing tips, and other relevant baggage-related information. Packing valuables or fragile items in your check-in baggage is not recommended as they may get damaged or lost during the flight. Please follow these guidelines while packing to avoid delays during boarding. You can drop off your check-in baggage at the airline's counter.

Usually, the permitted weight of your check-in baggage depends on the airline you have chosen to fly and the class of travel. On most domestic flights, the standard baggage weight allowed per passenger is 15 kg (1 piece only). In some cases, additional baggage may attract extra charges that must be paid according to the rates set by the airline. Read the airline's baggage allowance policy before you travel.

Hand Baggage Information:

One handbag weighing up to 7 kg and measuring not more than 115 cm (L+W+H) is allowed per passenger. The dimensions of your hand baggage must not exceed 55cm x 35cm x 25cm. For safety, handbags must be placed under the seat in front of you or in the overhead bin. In addition to the one piece of hand baggage permitted, you are allowed another personal item such as a purse or a small laptop bag (up to 3 kg).

Things to Keep in Mind for a Hassle-free Flying Experience:
  • Do not carry any items classified as prohibited or dangerous while travelling from Ahmedabad to Agra.
  • Put all the carry-on liquids in 100 ml or smaller containers.
  • Keep medicines, important documents, cash, and valuables in your handbag. If required, please carry a medical prescription.
  • Reach the airport in time to avoid rushing in at the last minute. Usually, it is advisable to reach the airport 2 hours before your flight's scheduled departure for domestic flights and 4 hours before international flights.
  • Keep your laptop, spare lithium batteries, power banks, etc., handy, as these items must be deposited for security screening. Remember to carry such items in your hand luggage instead of your check-in baggage.
  • Carry a printed copy or an e-ticket along with a photo ID. These will be checked at the airport's entrance.
  • Bring a doctor's letter/certificate for medical metal implants (if any), as such materials might set off security alarms.
  • Stay alert, and if you notice suspicious activities or unclaimed objects around, promptly notify the airport security.
About Agra

Agra is one of Uttar Pradesh's most populous cities. It is a famous tourist destination because of the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri, which were all built during the Mughal era. Along with Delhi and Jaipur, it forms an important part of the Golden Triangle tourist route. The city is believed to have been founded in 1504 by Sultan Sikandar Lodhi of the Lodhi Dynasty, and Taj Mahal, one of the seven wonders of the world, is considered the most popular attraction in this former capital of the Mughal Empire. Moreover, this erstwhile capital is a major industrial town today, located on the banks of the Yamuna River.

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Agra Fort

Agra Fort, a UNESCO world heritage site, was constructed in 1573 during the reign of Akbar. The fort required over 4000 labourers and eight years of hard work to complete. Knowing the importance of its strategic position, Akbar erected the fort to serve as his chief palace. The fort is home to several magnificent monuments, including the Khas Mahal, Jahangir Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Machchhi Bhawan, Diwan-i-Am, and Moti Masjid. The Mughal capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi in 1638, but the fort is still prominent among tourists for its magnificent architecture and rich history.

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Akbar's Tomb

Agra is one of the most exciting places to visit if you hope to explore India's rich history and heritage during your vacation. Located 8 Km from Agra, Akbar’s Tomb is a mesmerising example of Mughal architecture. The blend of red sandstone and white marble accentuates the signature style seen in the Mughal era. The mausoleum was built between the years 1600 and 1613. As per the traditions of the Timurid dynasty, Akbar began building his tomb during his lifetime. Akbar’s Tomb is easily accessible to tourists in the city, and the best time to visit it is between October and March, when the temperature is most pleasant!

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Fatehpur Sikri

The renowned world heritage site Fatehpur Sikri is situated at a distance of 39 km from Agra. Built with red sandstone, it blends Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. The structures in the premises feature exquisite ornamental carvings. The planning and construction of the city took 15 years and was overseen by Mughal emperor Akbar, with the intention of building a strong capital for the empire. Skilled craftsmen from all over India were employed for its construction, as is evident from the mix of Indian architectural styles, with Gujrati and Bengali styles being the most prominent. Fatehpur Sikri boasts India’s rich history and is an example of spectacular architecture.

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Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb

The tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula, a Mughal mausoleum erected by Nur Jahan in the memory of her father, Mirza Ghiyas Beg, is one of Agra's historical treasures famous for its intricate marble lattice work and the use of semi-precious stones. It resembles a jewel box amid lush gardens and is on the banks of the Yamuna river in Moti Bagh in Uttar Pradesh. Many regard the tomb as superior to the Taj Mahal in terms of its intricate design and carvings. Tourists enjoy the wonderful gardens, lattice screens, and halls frozen in time that are quite a spectacle.

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Jama Masjid

Shah Jahan built Jama Masjid in Agra in 1648 AD for his daughter Jahanara Begum. The Jama Masjid is located opposite the Agra Fort and is one of the largest mosques in India. The impressive building size makes it an eye-catching monument even from a distance. Made from red sandstone and marble, the mosque is a beautiful specimen of Mughal architecture. The sprawling courtyard with its four fountains is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a moment of peace. The mosque attracts devotees from across the country and is an important place of worship for Muslims.

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The Taj Mahal

Along the bank of the mighty River Yamuna, the Taj Mahal stands in all its glory. The mausoleum is rightly placed as one of the Wonders of the World, with its unparalleled architecture and intricate design. The Indo-Islamic monument was built by The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, as a symbol of his absolute devotion to his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, after her demise. The characteristic white marble, adorned with 28 precious and semi-precious stones from all across Asia, is said to take on different tones throughout the day. Once described as “a teardrop on the face of eternity” by Rabindranath Tagore, those who visit the Taj understand precisely why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Best Time to Visit Agra 

The best time to visit Agra for sightseeing is during the winter season, from October to March when the weather is cool and pleasant. April to June is the summer season in Agra, which is extremely hot and, therefore, it is not an ideal time for sightseeing. July to September in the city is the monsoon season, and one can visit Agra during this time, but most of the outdoor activities will be limited due to rains.


About Ahmedabad Airport

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (IATA: AMD), also known as Ahmedabad Airport, is located in Hansol, approximately 11 km north of the city centre. It is named after Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the First Deputy Prime Minister of India. The airport has two terminals – Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, whereas Terminal 2 handles international operations. The various facilities at the airport include Wi-Fi services, medical facilities, lounges, child care rooms, wheelchair assistance, restaurants, cafes, ATMs, smoking rooms, postal services, mobile charging ports, shopping outlets, etc. You can reach the airport from anywhere in the city via a taxi, bus, or rental car.

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Health and Safety Measures at Ahmedabad Airport
  • For passenger convenience and safety, RT-PCR testing is available at the airport. The RT-PCR test is mandatory for international passengers. Domestic passengers who wish to get themselves tested can do so in the designated testing area at the airport.
  • Passenger temperatures are recorded before entering a terminal as part of temperature screening for safety.
  • An enhanced cleaning regime has been implemented in every terminal, with the airport sanitising teams working 24*7 to ensure hygiene on the premises.
  • Protective screens have been installed at various points across the terminals, including check-in desks and security checkpoints.
  • Digital signage across the airport reminds passengers to comply with the basic COVID-19 guidelines, such as observing the social distancing rules and wearing face masks.
About Ahmedabad

Ahmedabad in Gujarat is the seventh-largest city in India. It is the administrative headquarters of the Ahmedabad district and the seat of the Gujarat High Court. The city is situated on the banks of the River Sabarmati, about 27 km from Gandhinagar, which is sometimes referred to as its twin city. Ahmedabad, one of Gujarat's most popular cities, seamlessly combines its rich history with modern beauty. The city has a lot to offer in terms of tourism, including mosques, museums, tombs, temples, step-wells and lakes, amusement parks, galleries, and spas. Traditional Gujarati handicrafts such as bandhani, mirror work fabric, jootis, oxidised jewellery, and hand block printed linen are available in all the local markets in Ahmedabad. The best time to visit the city is between October and March, if you want to experience a pleasant and comfortable climate for sightseeing.

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Adalaj Stepwell

The Adalaj Stepwell is located in a village by the same name in Gandhinagar city around 18 Km from Ahmedabad’s Kalupur Railway station. This stunning architectural beauty constructed out of sandstone stands five stories tall and has an octagonal shape. This classical architectural piece built in 1499 perfectly combines geometric designs and Islamic floral patterns. There are large windows on every floor that let the light and air in and paint the intricately carved pillars on each floor in a different colour depending on the position of the sun throughout the day or the moon at night. Three different entrance stairs lead into the stepwell. One notable feature of the place is that the navgraha is believed to protect the temple from all evil spirits. Thousands of visitors visit the Adalaj Stepwell to witness the breathtaking view from the windows on the first floor. There are several pillars present in the Adalaj Stepwell, and every floor is spacious enough to hold up to 100 people at a time. Apart from still providing water to the people in the surrounding areas, this is also a place of worship.

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Kankaria Lake

Located in the south-eastern part of Ahmedabad, the Kankaria Lake near the Maninagar area is the second-largest lake in Ahmedabad and was built in 1451. It sports various tourist attractions such as a zoo, aquarium, kids city, toy train, tethered hot-air balloon ride, water rides, and an expansive pedestrian walking area. The lake itself is around 4 sq Km wide. This is a very popular tourist destination that has a footfall of around 70 lac people on weekdays alone, with over 1.18 crore people already having visited the lake after it was reopened to the public. The lake has an island that encompasses Nagina Wadi, a popular garden floating right in the middle. Kankaria lake is emerging as a major arts and culture platform and often hosts musical nights, light and sound shows, and fireworks displays as well. Before the pandemic struck, the week-long Kankaria Carnival held every year in December drew large crowds.

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Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary

Nal Sarovar, which translates to Tap Lake, is a famous tourist spot that is home to a large variety of bird species, both migratory and local. This bird sanctuary comprises nearly 36 islands, making it an ideal breeding ground for birds who find ample food and nesting spaces here. The Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary is located at Sanand village, around 64 Km from Ahmedabad city in Gujarat. The site, declared a sanctuary in 1969, is spread across a vast area of around 121 sq Km. One thing which attracts a bunch of tourists is the wide variety of migratory birds that are often seen here. With nearly 200 bird species, it is one of the biggest bird sanctuaries in India and the largest in Gujarat. An absolute paradise for casual visitors, bird watchers, and photographers, this place is buzzing with people throughout the year, with the winters drawing in the largest crowds. State transport buses and private taxis are easily available here throughout the day.

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Sabarmati Ashram

Sabarmati Ashram, also known as Harijan Ashram was originally established in Kochrab, Ahmedabad and was later shifted to the banks of the Sabarmati river in 1917. It was earlier called Satyagraha Ashram and was home to Mahatma Gandhi from its inception up to 1930 when he vowed not to step foot into the ashram till India was a free country. This was also the place that marked the beginning of the Dandi March on March 12, 1930, towards Dandi around 275 Km away. Though he never visited the ashram again, the place was converted into a museum to pay homage to the ideology of the Mahatma. The museum now houses various artefacts used by Mahatma Gandhi and related to the freedom struggle, paintings, letters, and photographs. The site is well connected and one can take a local bus, train which connects all major cities of India with Ahmedabad, or travel by air to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport in Ahmedabad which is just 11 minutes away to get to the ashram.

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Sabarmati Riverfront

Over the past few years, the Sabarmati Riverfront has been gaining a lot of traction in the form of tourists and emerged as one of the most popular tourist spots in Ahmedabad city. The riverfront provides an 11.4 Km long walkway for pedestrians, whereas the lower part of the promenade serves cyclists as well as pedestrians alike. The aim of the project was to provide the city with a meaningful waterfront environment around the Sabarmati river banks and redefine the identity of rivers in a positive manner. Sabarmati Riverfront is now not only a popular hangout for locals and travellers but also birds, as close to 120 species of migratory and native birds congregate here. The stunning river view with the chirping of birds is a pleasant combination. So, if you want to spend time with your friends and family while sitting close to nature, a visit to the Sabarmati Riverfront is all you need.

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Swaminarayan Temple

Just opposite the Dadar (East) railway station, the Swaminarayan Temple located in Mumbai, India is one of the most beautiful temples you will ever come across. It is managed by the BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha and recently celebrated 30 years since its construction. It is one of the most prominent and most visited Swaminarayan temples in Mumbai. The structure is constructed almost completely in pink stone, which gives it a beautiful calm look against the backdrop of one of the most crowded suburbs in Mumbai. The temple houses 24 avatars of gods and has 5 pinnacles. This place is open to visitors on all days of the week. In addition, the visiting time of the temple is between 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. That allows people to offer their prayers throughout the day. Besides, if you want to experience the Aarti sessions, you can reach the temple by 7 a.m., or 7 p.m.

Frequently Asked Questions

Approximately 1-2 flights operate from Ahmedabad to Agra on a daily basis. This flight route has only 1 direct flight that takes about 2 hours and 10 minutes to reach the destination, but it is not a daily flight.

IndiGo is the only airline that currently operates flights from Ahmedabad to Agra.

The IATA code for Agra Airport, which is also known as Kheria Airport, is AGR. The same for Ahmedabad's Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is AMD.

No, paying an insurance fee is not compulsory. However, it is recommended to pay a small insurance charge for safety purposes.

The aerial distance between Ahmedabad and Agra is approximately 716 km.

A minimum of 4-5 days are a must if you want to explore all the top attractions in and around Agra. Some places might require day trips, so keep an extra day or two in hand for those locations.

Fatehpur Sikri is located about 36 km from the city of Agra, and is one of the most visited places for tourists who have come for a vacation in Agra.

There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Agra – Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri – all of which were built during the Mughal period.

To visit all the popular places in Ahmedabad, you may require around 3-4 days, as some of the places are slightly far away and may need a day trip. Keep an extra day in hand for nearby locations.

Dolphin Waterpark is located approximately 18 km from the city of Agra, and you can reach the spot in about 30 minutes via taxi. This waterpark may require a day trip as you might want to spend some time here for leisure activities; therefore, plan your trip accordingly.
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Ahmedabad Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport Hansol, Ahmedabad Gujarat 380003