Aizawl to Vidyanagar Flights

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About Vidyanagar Airport

Bengaluru Airport, officially known as Kempegowda International Airport (IATA code: BLR), is located about 40 km north of Bengaluru. The single terminal at the airport handles both domestic and international flights. Air Asia, GoFirst, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara, and Air India are some of the major airlines servicing this airport. The facilities at the airport include free trolleys, ATMs, currency exchange counters, child care and play areas, free medical facilities and lounges. Passengers can also shop at the duty-free shops or the retail stores or can purchase refreshments at the restaurants and snack bars littered around the airport. There are regular bus services, car rentals, and app taxis just outside the airport to ferry passengers to Bengaluru and nearby areas.

About Vidyanagar

Located 36 km from Bellary, Vidyanagar is a township located in the Indian state of Karnataka. The town is famously known as an educational hub of India. The region offers a variety of activities, including numerous parks with lush flora. It is mainly famous for mineral-rich like granite, manganese, copper, iron, gold, lead, quartz, asbestos, and many more. One of the lithic inscriptions found in the region dates back to 1131 AD. If you are a history buff, you will find many historical sites in Vidyanagar like the Turkish martyr graveyard and many more. The town features the Vidyanagar high court, many state offices, and research institutions and colleges.

About Aizawl Airport

Aizawlís Lengpui Airport (IATA code: AJL) was inaugurated in 1995 and is located 32 km from the city. The frequent routes from this airport are Guwahati, Imphal, and Kolkata. Aizawl Airport has a single terminal for both arrivals and departures and can handle about 300 passengers at once. The airport provides its passengers with all basic lounges, postal service, prepaid taxi services, food and beverages, ATM services, free trolley services, and wheelchair assistance for the physically challenged. There are also outlets where visitors can buy popular Mizo fabric and local handicrafts. There are inter-state buses, taxis, and car rental services available at the airport.

About Aizawl

The hill station of Aizawl is the capital of Mizoram in North East India. Aizawl means ìa field of wild cardamom". The city is situated at an altitude of about 3000 feet above sea level. The main characteristic of this place is its variety of flowers and timber houses. Aizawl experiences rain mostly from May to September. Winters can be cold but summers are quite pleasant. Aizawl is home to several Mizo tribes. The main cottage industries in Aizawl are hand-weaving, blacksmithing, carpentry, basket-making, and hat-making. Aizawl is the cultural and religious centre of Mizoram. The bamboo dance here is very famous. The other dance festivals in the city are Chai, Khuallam, Sarlamkai, and Chheihlam. During the dance festival, the people also organise food festivals, traditional games, flower shows, and music competitions.
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Airport Information

Aizawl

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

Vidyanagar

Jindal Vijaynagar Airport, 5JHH+97P, Kudligi Rd, Toranagallu, Karnataka 583123

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. There are several hotels around the airport to suit a variety of budgets. Hotel Royale and Davidís Hotel Clover are good options for budget travellers, whereas Hotel Floria and Hotel Regency offer luxury stay options.
Different airlines have different policies on carrying food. Travellers are advised to check with the airline before boarding the flight. However, dry foods such as sandwiches and biscuits are generally allowed if they are well-packed.
Yes. There are several hotels and service apartments near the Bangalore Airport to suit a variety of budgets. The airport also has four lounges.
The Mizos of Aizawl are simple and polite by nature. They are highly skilled in handicraft work. Their lifestyle is influenced by Tibetan, Burmese and Chinese cultures. Most people speak English although Mizo is the major language.
Aizawl is known for its traditional Mizo dishes, mostly non-vegetarian with minimal oil and mostly reliant on locally grown herbs and other vegetables to add flavour to the food. Some popular dishes include bai, Mizo vawksa, chhum han, sanpiau, bamboo shoot fry, and panch phoran tarkari.
There are several daily connecting flights from Aizawl to Bangalore every day, mainly operated by IndiGo and Alliance Air.
There is only one terminal at the Aizawl Airport for passengers with a capacity of about 300 passengers at one time.
The baggage allowance mainly depends on the class of both travel and the airline. Most flights allow passengers to carry 7 kg of hand baggage and 15 kg of check-in baggage.
The famous dish of this city is bai which is served with rice and made from boiling vegetables with bekang which is fermented pork. Another popular dish here is Sawhchiar which is made with rice and later cooked with chicken, beef, or pork.
The Lengpui Airport offers several facilities for passengers, including free trolleys, ATM services, postal services, wheelchairs, lounges and restaurants, car rentals, and prepaid taxi services.
In Vidyanagar, some famous dishes are Achaari Sabzi, Mirchi Ka Salan, Dum Ka Murgh, and Baghara Baingan. Famous deserts include Boondi Laddu, Pootarekulu, Thokkudu Laddu, and Kaaja.
It is a non-alcoholic beverage in Mizoram which is famous among its local people. It is a salty tea made with yak milk.
The main language of Vidyanagar, as with the rest of Karnataka, is Kannada.
Flight timings may vary, but the earliest flight is usually an IndiGo flight that leaves Aizawl at 10:35 am.
Vidyanagar is famous because it has several educational institutes. Apart from this, most tourists visit here to see the nearby Bellary Fort.