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Allahabad to Srinagar flights

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Looking for an Allahabad to Srinagar flight? You can book your air tickets on Adani One. The least expensive flights from Allahabad to Srinagar may be found using Adani One's simple three-step approach. In the 'to' and 'from' areas, type in your preferred location and departure date, and choose from a range of suggested flights arranged by cost. Adani One offers a complete flight schedule to help you choose the best deal for the onward journey or the return flight. IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia are some of the airlines available on the platform to choose from. In addition to this, discounts, deals, and offers are regularly updated for both direct and connecting flights. If you have a fixed return date in mind, book two-way tickets for more savings.

About 10-12 flights are available between Allahabad and Srinagar weekly. All of these are connecting flights, which go via Delhi and mostly take around 14-15 hours. Air India, SpiceJet, Go First, AirAsia, and IndiGo have flights that operate from Allahabad to Srinagar. Adani One will provide you with a choice of the cheapest and most convenient flights. So what are you waiting for? Book your Allahabad to Srinagar flight with Adani One today!

Flights from Allahabad to Srinagar


About Srinagar Airport

Srinagar Airport (IATA Code: SXR), officially referred to as Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, is the main international entry to Jammu and Kashmir. It stands at an altitude of 5,445 ft above sea level. The airport is located 14 km from Srinagar city. Srinagar International Airport features a single gate that handles domestic and international flights.The airport is well connected to major cities in India like Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, and Jammu through domestic carriers, and Air India has been operating Hajj flights as well.

The airport can accommodate 500 passengers at once. Some of the amenities at the airport include a food hall, a few tiny autonomous food places, a handicrafts shop, ATMs, currency exchange, a chocolate shop, and WiFi.

About Srinagar

Srinagar is located in the heart of the Valley of Kashmir on the shores of the River Jhelum. It is bordered on the north by Ladakh and Ganderbal, on the south by Pulwama, and on the southwest by Budgam. The city of Srinagar is located 1585 m above the sea level. Gardens, lakes, and towering mountains on the horizon are all well-known features of the city and attract tourists from all over the world. Authentic Kashmiri handicrafts and dried figs are particularly popular items here, and are exported worldwide.

Srinagar city is located on the banks of River Jhelum, which is known as Vyath in Kashmir. There are about 9 bridges built on the river that unite the city's two halves. They are a part of the city’s heritage and are popular tourist spots.

Srinagar is well-known for its non-vegetarian Kashmiri cuisine. Meat balls, known as Rista, are among the most famous Kashmiri non-vegetarian dishes. Tourists can also have Tabak Maz, Rogan Josh, and spicy fried red pork ribs. Vegetarian dishes such as Kashmiri Dum Aloo and Kashmiri Naan are also popular. Kahwa, a hot tea infused with dry fruits and saffron, is a popular drink, served especially during winters.

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Chashme Shahi

This Royal fountain, on the southern side of Dal Lake, is the smallest of the carefully tended Mughal gardens. Shah Jahan is said to have built this garden for his son Dara Shikoh. A tranquil spring is surrounded by symmetrical shrubs in the backyard.

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Dal Lake

Dal Lake, located in the heart of the city, is the crown jewel of Srinagar. Various houseboats on the lake and floating markets provide income via tourism to the locals. Various smaller waterways branching out from the lake also make shikaras one of the primary modes of transport in the city.

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National Park of Dachigam

This park is located 22 km from Kashmir and is spread over an area of 141 sq km. The altitude of the area ranges between 1700 to 4000 m above the sea level. The park is home to endangered species like snow leopard, red deer, and other species like red fox, blue magpie, as well as some Himalaya birds.

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Pari Mahal

Dara Shikoh created the historic monument Pari Mahal, or Palace of Fairies, on a neighbouring Zabarwan steep hill.

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Shalimar Bagh

Jahangir designed the largest and most famous Mughal garden of Kashmir, Shalimar Garden, for his wife Noor Jahan. Flanked by enormous chinars, or maple trees, the garden takes on a beautiful red-orange hue in fall. The garden is laid out in a Charbagh style, typical of Mughal architecture.

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Wular Lake

Wular Lake, one of Asia’s most well-known fresh-water bodies, draws tourists from all over the world. The lake is also famous for its large number of birds that attract a lot of birdwatchers here. Various activities like boating and skiing are offered here.


About Allahabad Airport 

Allahabad Airport (IATA code IXD), also known as Prayagraj Airport, serves the city of Allahabad and nearby regions in Uttar Pradesh. It currently handles only domestic flights and is located near Bamrauli, 12 km away from Allahabad.

The small, single terminal here has a capacity of 60 passengers. Currently, Air India, IndiGo, and Air Asia operate flights from Prayagraj Airport. Some of the amenities at the airport include a food court, trolleys, X ray and check in counters, and a snack bar which provides basic food and some beverages like tea and coffee.

About Allahabad

Allahabad, officially known as Prayagraj, is a city in Uttar Pradesh. The name was officially changed to Prayagraj in 2018. It is also the administrative headquarters of the Allahabad district. With a population of 1.53 million inhabitants, it is among the most populous cities in the country. In 2016, Allahabad was voted the government's third most livable urban agglomeration in Uttar Pradesh.

The "three-river junction" of the Ganga, Yamuna, & Sarasvati streams, known as Triveni Sangam, is one of the holiest pilgrimage sites for Hindus. The city is described among the world's oldest cities in literature. Allahabad was also known as Kosambi in the vedic Period, a title given to the Kuru rulers of Hastinapur, who established it as their imperial headquarters. With earliest records of the ancient city of Prayag being found in vedas, there is no certain knowledge as to how old the city really is. However, the city of Allahabad is officially known to have been established by Emperor Akbar in 1583.

Today, the city houses many reputed educational and research institutions. Most of the revenue for the city is said to come from trade, finance, real estate, and tourism. The city plays host to millions of Hindu devotees during the Kumbh Mela, one of the largest pilgrim festivals in India.

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Allahabad Fort

The Allahabad Fort is a magnificently beautiful building constructed by Emperor Ashoka. The magnificent building stands on the banks of Yamuna river and is famed for its architectural feat. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the city.

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Allahabad Museum

The Allahabad Museum is one of India's most well-organised museums, located within the famed Chandrashekhar Azad Park. Through stunning exhibitions of art, history, archaeology, building, ecology, and literature, it provides an insight into post-independence India, its civilisation, legacy, and independence movement.

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All Saints Cathedral

All Saints Cathedral, also known as Patthar Girja, is a magnificent Gothic style church constructed by the British in Allahabad. Visitors and monks flock to this place for its religious value as well as its beautiful architecture.

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Anand Bhavan

The old residential quarters of the Nehru family, Anand Bhawan, has now been converted into a memorial displaying numerous items and articles from India's independence movement. Motilal Nehru constructed the double-storey home for his family. The famous planetarium, Jawahar Planetarium, is also located in the premises.

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Khusro Bagh

It is a vast walled garden and tomb located near the Allahabad Central train station, structured like a quadrangle. While the structure houses three tombs, the primary one is that of Prince Khusro, the eldest son of Emperor Jahangir, and is named after him.

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Triveni Sangam

The Triveni Sangam is the confluence of three rivers: Ganga, Yamuna, and the invisible Saraswati. While Ganga and Yamuna can be differentiated from the colour, Saraswati is invisible, and is believed to be flowing underground. In Hindu tradition, Triveni Sangam is a holy place, where a bath is thought to wash away all misdeeds and release one from the cycle of reincarnation.

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA codes for Allahabad and Srinagar airports are IXD and SXR, respectively.

The approximate time required to reach Srinagar from Allahabad is approximately 14-15 hours. 

Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport is 14 km away from Srinagar city centre. 

Currently, only connecting flights are available between Allahabad and Srinagar.  

Prayagraj Airport is located in Bamrauli, 12 km away from Allahabad city. 

Jhelum river flows through Srinagar, and the city is spread on both the banks of the river

Allahabad is located at the confluence of Ganga, Yamuna, and the mythical river Saraswati

Srinagar is popular for non-vegetarian dishes like Tabak Maz, Rogan Josh, and spicy fried red pork ribs, vegetarian dishes such as Kashmiri Dum Aloo and Kashmiri Naan, and beverages such as Kahwa, a hot tea infused with dry fruits and saffron. 

The amount of luggage allowed varies depending on the airline and the class of travel. Typically, passengers can bring 7 kg of hand luggage and 15 kg of checked-in luggage on economy flights. However, it is best to confirm the details with your airline before travelling. 

Allahabad is renowned as the City of Prime Ministers because it has given seven of India's fifteen prime ministers since independence. 

Srinagar is famous for its gardens, lakes, dry fruits, and handicrafts made from papier mache.  

While there are no duty-free shops at Srinagar Airport, there are a few gift shops that sell handicraft items, traditional clothing, and leather items.

Allahabad is famous for both the sacred Triveni Sangam as well as the Kumbh Mela.

There are six Mughal gardens in Srinagar: Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Bagh, Achabal Bagh, Chashme Shahi, Pari Mahal, and Verinag. 
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Airport Information

Srinagar Indragandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Jammu and Kashmir 190007

Allahabad Allahabad Airport Terminal, Bamrauli Airport Area, Bamrauli, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh 211012