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IndiGo13:00
Aizawl
17:50
Bagdogra
04h 50m₹6,167

Aizawl to Bagdogra Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

04h 50m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-6956,departs at 13:00

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-6956, departs at 13:00

Popular Airlines from Aizawl to Bagdogra

IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Aizawl to Bagdogra in a day

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Airport Codes for Aizawl and Bagdogra

AJL-Aizawl, IXB-Bagdogra
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About Bagdogra Airport

The Bagdogra Airport (IATA: IXB), also called the Civil Aerodrome Bagdogra, is located about 3 km from Bagdogra. It is an international airport that serves as the nearest major airport to Sikkim, Darjeeling, and Dooars. The Bagdogra Airport was established in 2002 by the central government of India. This airport formerly functioned as the Indian Air Force Base, but presently it is a fully operational airport that runs international and domestic flights. However, the Air Force still controls this Airport and uses it as a base due to its strategic geographic location. The facilities provided at the Bagdogra Airport include free trolleys, currency exchanges, ATMs and cash machines, medical facilities, child care rooms, and free wheelchair facilities. Restaurants, tea shops, and gift and souvenir shops are also located within the airport premises. In addition to this, both prepaid and shared taxis are available from Bagdogra Airport. For the convenience of the passengers, a public bus service has been started from Bagdogra to Darjeeling. You can take a town car or a taxi to the Airport from Bagdogra city.

About Bagdogra

Located at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas in Darjeeling is Bagdogra - a small hill station. Bagdogra, just 11 km from Siliguri, is one of the most peaceful places in West Bengal. Dotted with snow-capped mountains and lush green tea estates, it is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The blissful Teesta river flowing through Bagdogra adds to its scenic beauty. Bagdogra City lies close to Darjeeling, Sikkim, and Siliguri and is a gateway to several northern cities in West Bengal. In the early half of the 20th century, the tea gardens in the foothills of Darjeeling started flourishing. As a result, the demand for labourers to work in the tea plantations increased. Consequently, many tribes from the Chota Nagpur plateau migrated to the Terai Plains to work in the tea estates and settled down in the neighbouring areas, including Bagdogra. This grew the settlement in Bagdogra. Bagdogra city is a melting pot of Hindus and Buddhists. Major Hindu festivals such as the Durga Puja and the Kali Puja are celebrated here. Bagdogra has a rich cultural heritage and has preserved its culture and traditions. Many famous fairs are observed along the banks of the Teesta River. These fairs include the Gangasagar Mela, the Jalpesh Mela, and the Kenduli Mela. In Bagdogra, Nabo Borsho is celebrated as the New Year according to the Tibetan calendar. The majority of the population in Bagdogra speaks Bengali, followed by English. Some people also speak Bihari, Nepali, Hindi, Tibetan, and Assamese.

Place to visit in Bagdogra

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Bengal Safari

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Coronation Bridge

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Neora Valley Park

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Salugara Monastery

About Aizawl Airport

Aizawl Airport (IATA: ALJ), also known as the Lengpui Airport, is situated at a distance of 32 km away from Aizawl. It is a domestic airport. The airport was completed in 1995 and has since played a crucial role in facilitating the state's tourism. The Aizawl airport has one terminal. The terminal has a parking capacity of 120 departures and arrivals each. The Aizawl Airport offers a host of services for the convenience of passengers. The services include lounges for departures and arrivals at the terminal, ATM, postal services, prepaid taxi services, wheelchairs for physically challenged and elderly people, trolleys, and food and beverages. The airport also houses a shop where passengers can shop for Mizo fabric and handicrafts. Interstate buses are readily available to travel to and from the Aizawl airport. Both car rental services and taxis can be easily availed from the airport terminal.

About Aizawl

Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, is a splendid hill city. It is surrounded by the lofty peaks of Durtlang and overlooks the sylvan valley of River Tuirial on the east and River Tlwang on the west. In 1950, Aizawl was included in the newly founded Assam state. In 1972 the Union territory of Mizoram was created, and Aizawl was designated its administrative centre. However, in 1987, the Union territory of Mizoram was redesignated as a state, and Aizawl was made its capital. The lifestyle of the local inhabitants of Aizawl has been heavily influenced by the Chinese, Tibetan, and Burmese people. The majority of the population speaks Mizo, followed by English. Boiled sticky rice, known as Changgbang, is the most popular food in Aizawl. Other popular dishes include Dal with eggs, PanchPhoron tarkari, KoatPitha, etc. The most famous festivals in Aizawl include MimKut, Pawl Kut, and ChapcharKut.
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Airport Information

Aizawl

Lengpui Airport, 796421, Mamit Rd, Lengpui, Mizoram 796421

Bagdogra

M8PG+25X, Distt. Darjeeling Siliguri, Bagdogra, West Bengal 734421