Aizawl to Gwalior Flights

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Are you planning a trip from Aizawl to Gwalior? Book your flight tickets on Adani One with ease and access to all available deals and offers.Booking a flight ticket has never been easier! Adani One provides all the information you need to make decisions on your flight ticket bookings. Enter your source, destination city and travel dates, and Adani One will provide a complete airfare calendar for your route, along with discounts, exciting deals and cashback offers. Adani One covers all major airlines, such as Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air Asia, and Vistara and provides updated information on flight schedules and offers. If you have a return date in mind, booking a round trip will offer better deals on your booking.Currently, there are no direct flights from Aizawl to Gwalior. Currently, it takes considerable time to fly from Aizawl to Gwalior. The option to fly from Aizawl to Gwalior with one stopover is via Delhi. Currently, there is one flight from Aizawl to New Delhi operating on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays that departs Aizawl at 12:40 pm and takes two hours and 55 minutes to reach New Delhi. There are daily flights that depart New Delhi at 11:05 am and arrive at Gwalior at 12:05 pm. Travellers will have to arrange for an overnight stay in New Delhi.Book your flight tickets on Adani One now!


About Gwalior Airport

Gwalior Airport (IATA: GWL), also known as Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal, is a civil enclave named after Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia. It is located around 10 km northeast of Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. There is one domestic terminal at the airport, and all plane departures and arrivals occur at the same boarding gate. This terminal has a combined departure and arrival capacity of 100 passengers. Facilities at the airport include free trolleys, a lost and found luggage counter, wheelchairs, and first-aid medical help. The airport's restaurants and cafes provide a wide variety of delectable snacks, meals, and beverages for passengers. There are stores selling magazines, newspapers, and books at the airport. The bus and railway station are located within 10 km of the airport, and there are taxis available outside the airport for passengers for their onward journey.

About Gwalior

Gwalior city is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh that is around 120 km from Agra. The name of the city is attributed to Gwalior Fort, located in the centre of the city. Gwalior was part of the princely state of Gwalior, ruled by the Scindias of the Maratha Dynasty in the 18th century. Large territories were lost to the British in the early 19th century, and the state came under British control by the 1840s. The rich plains of Gwalior contain alluvial soil where jowar, pulses, rice, and wheat are grown. Major industries in Gwalior include textiles, tanning, handloom, handicrafts, plastics, glass, oilseed milling, pottery and other products. Tourism is also a big contributor to the economy of Gwalior.Gwaliorís cuisine has been influenced by all the major dynasties over the centuries. Kachoris, poha, samosas, bedai puri and jalebi, along with non-vegetarian fares such as Gwalior biriyani, rogan josh, and gwalia kebab, are some of the well-known local cuisine tourists must try on their visit to Gwalior. Folk songs, folk dances, traditional outfits, and poetry form a rich mosaic of the culture of Gwalior. The influence of the various rulers that ruled over the land has helped shape its art and culture. The best time to visit Gwalior is during the months between October and March.

About Aizawl Airport

The Lengpui Airport (IATA: AJL) is a domestic airport in Aizawl and is the only airport in Mizoram. The airport is situated around 35 km to the north-northwest of the city centre. The Aizawl airport has a 2,500 m long table top runway, which is just one of three such runways in India. The airport has one terminal that can handle 120 passengers for arrivals and departures, making it ideal for domestic flights. X-ray baggage screening is offered at the airport, and duty-free shopping is also accessible. The Aizawl airport has a post office, cafeteria, prepaid taxi counters, coffee counters, and a handicraft store. At any one moment, the airport's parking lot can accommodate 120 vehicles. Tourists can hire private cabs or buses to and from the Aizawl airport or use the airport's regular taxi service at the airport.

About Aizawl

Aizawl is the capital of the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram. The city is on a hill at 1132 metres above sea level. Aizawl became part of Assam state in 1950 post-independence. The demand for autonomy by the indigenous tribes of Mizoram led to the creation of the Union Territory of Mizoram in 1972. In 1987, Mizoram became a full-fledged state with Aizawl as its capital. Agriculture is the mainstay of the local economy, with timber and bamboo collected from the hillsides and the growth of corn, cotton, maize, peanuts, oilseeds, and tobacco. Fishing, hunting, poultry, and livestock farming also contribute to the local economy. There are some manufacturing industries in aluminium furniture, kitchenware, and textiles. Mizo and English are the two main languages spoken by the locals in Aizawl. Sticky rice is a staple food, while non-vegetarians consume sticky rice and fish. Dal with eggs, panchphorontarkaari, and koatpitha are some of the other local dishes of Aizawl. In summer, the temperature may reach up to 27∞C, while in winter, it can fall as low as 11∞C. Tourist season in Aizawl is usually in the summer, from March to May.

Airport Information


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


Gwalior Airport, Maharajpura, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh