Aizawl to Srinagar Flights

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Are you searching for a flight from Aizawl to Srinagar? Adani One is here to help you with any questions you have about the flight. You can plan your trip with ease from your desktop or mobile devices. The one-stop platform offers a detailed airfare calendar and suggests fabulous discounts and cashback options for all major flight carriers like Air India, IndiGo, GoAir, Vistara, and Jet Airways. All you have to do is choose the source and destination airport details and your preferred travel dates. The airfare calendar on the Adani One platform will give you the best and most affordable flight options. Remember to book your tickets as soon as possible to reap the most benefits. Currently, there are no direct flights between Aizawl and Srinagar. However, Air India has a few connecting flights. The flights take a long time on this route, between 18 and 20 hours. This is because the flights have two layovers: one in Kolkata and another layover in Delhi.

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About Srinagar Airport

Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport (IATA: SXR, ICAO: VISR) is Srinagarís airport. It is located in Badgam, 11 km from the city, at a height of 5,429 feet above sea level. Srinagar Airport was built 60 years ago and became an international airport in 2005. Srinagar Airport has a single terminal that handles both domestic and international flights. The airport is connected to several Indian cities, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Amritsar, and Hyderabad. Some of the airlines that operate out of Srinagar Airport include Air India, AirAsia India, FlexFlight, Go First, SpiceJet, and Vistara. The airport is equipped with an information counter, ATMs, a child care room, medical aid, lost and found services, disabled services, luggage carts, telephones, a security hold area, and restrooms.

About Srinagar

Srinagar is a city in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The city lies in the heart of the Kashmir Valley on the banks of the River Jhelum at an elevation of 5200 ft above sea level. Kashmir city is known for its natural beauty, with attractive gardens and floating gardens, lakes and Shikaras, temples, and mosques, making the town a historical tourist economy. Srinagarís snow-capped Himalayan mountains and rows of deciduous Chinar trees narrate their charming story through history and bring you to modern times with plentiful offerings like hiking, mountain biking, and rafting. Srinagar came under Muslim rule when the Mughals invaded. In 1707, the region changed hands once more and fell under the dominion of the Durrani empire. Raja Sukh Jiwan Mal served as Durrani's governor of the region before ascending to the throne of Kashmir. Under British rule, Kashmir was a princely state with a Muslim majority but a Hindu king. After independence, Kashmir remained independent for a while before joining India. Tourism is the main industry in the city. Srinagar is also well known for its shawls, carpets, dry fruits, apples, and saffron.

Place to visit in Srinagar

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Dal Lake

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Mughal Gardens

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Nigeen Lake

About Aizawl Airport

Lengpui Airport (IATA: AJL, ICAO: VELP) is a domestic airport in Aizawl. The airport is located in Lengpui, 32 km from Aizawl. Lengpui Airport has a single terminal with a capacity for 120 passengers. Aizawl Airport manages flights to and from major Indian cities like Guwahati, New Delhi, and Kolkata. Passenger amenities include ATMs, wheelchair services, luggage carts, food and beverage stalls, postal services, and prepaid taxi services. You can arrange private vehicles for transportation throughout the city through a car rental at the Arrivals Lounge.

About Aizawl

Aizawl is the capital of Mizoram, a state in India's northeast region. The city is located at a height of 2950 ft. In Aizawl, not only can one see nature in all of its grandeur, but one can also experience the culture of the ethnic Mizo tribes. The name Aizawl locally means ìa field of wild cardamom.î The city got its name during the period when popular Mizo chefs Thanruma and Lalsavunga were setting up villages around the area in the early 19th century. After independence, Aizawl was originally part of Assam in the 1950s. But the tribals of Mizo Hills demanded their state. This led to armed insurgency until Mizoram was made a union territory in 1972 and eventually a state in 1987. When Mizoram became a state, Aizawl became its capital. Aizawl is the cultural and administrative centre of Mizoram. Popular as Mizos, the locals of Aizawl are well-skilled in handicrafts. Some of the native tribes of Aizawl include Poi, Suite, Fanai, etc.
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Airport Information

Aizawl

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

Srinagar

Sheikh Ul Alam International Airport, Indragandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Jammu and Kashmir 190007

Frequently Asked Questions

It depends on the airline you are travelling with. Please consult the airlineís policy for clarity.
A 7-day trip is needed to see all that Aizawl has to offer.
Five days are enough to visit everything in and around Srinagar.
You can carry perfumes in hand baggage, at a permitted capacity of up to 100 ml.
Reiek Heritage Village, Tam Dil, and Dampa Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the must-visit places in Aizawl.
You can take a shikara ride on Dal Lake, stay in a houseboat on Dal or Nageen lakes, and go paragliding from some of the beautiful hilltops of Srinagar.
The aerial distance between the two cities is 2076 km.
Kahwah is a sweet tea without milk. It is prepared with spices like cinnamon, cardamom, saffron, and dry fruits like raisins, cashews, and almonds. The tea has a divine taste and an exotic aroma. Nun Chai is more of an acquired taste. It is milk tea with salt, instead of sugar. Sometimes dry fruits are added.
Wazwan is a multi-course meal that consists of several types of meat dishes like tabak maaz, sheek kebab, chicken leg kebab, mutton rogan josh, rista, and gushtaba. These dishes are served with white rice and a side of traditional Kashmiri pulao.
Srinagar is well known for its Kashmiri Shawls. The best quality shawls are woven from the fine hair of the Pashmina goat. Srinagar is also known for its Kashmiri carpet. These woollen carpets are woven in Persian style, bearing intricate designs.
Traditional Mizo food includes dishes like stir-fried bamboo shoots, panch phoran tadka, and a dessert/snack called coat pitha, which is made from bananas and flour. Pork in general is the predominant meat in Mizoram, along with the chicken.
For snacks, you cannot go wrong with hot Kashmiri bread from the local kandur (bakery) with kahwa. There are several kinds of bread available such as the girda (crispy bread), lavasa (flatbread), chochowor (bagel), and khatlam (fried flaky break).
Srinagar and the rest of Kashmir are known for their Mughal dishes. Try some Kashmiri pulao, dum aloo, mutton rogan josh (slow-cooked mutton stew), tabak maaz (fried ribs), sheek kebab, rista (spicy meatballs), and gushtaba (meatballs in yoghurt gravy).
Currently, Air India has a few connecting flights from Aizawl to Srinagar.
Aizawl is known for Mizo-style handicrafts made from cane or bamboo. They can be traditional round hats (much like Burmese hats), vases, baskets, or furniture. You can also buy woollen shawls and blankets that have been hand-woven with beautiful tribal designs.