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Are you looking for a flight from Amritsar to Bathinda?Look no further than the Adani One platform! Whether it is an Amritsar to Bathinda flight or vice versa, the Adani One platform’s airfare calendar helps you choose the best flight in a seamless manner. You may choose the most convenient flight route with the best air ticket deal or cashback offers. Flight details from major domestic carriers such as IndiGo, Air India, and SpiceJet are listed on the platform. Also, if you have a return date in mind, you’re in luck, as the Adani One platform offers huge discounts on return flights. So book your flights from Amritsar to Bathinda on the Adani One platform today!The Bathinda airport has not functioned since the COVID-19 pandemic. Amritsar does not have any flights operating to the next closest airport as well - the Ludhiana airport. In order to reach Bathinda, one has to take a flight to the next closest airport, the Chandigarh Airport. The fastest flight between the two destinations takes 4 hours and 30 minutes. Furthermore, Bathinda is 222 km away from Chandigarh Airport and it takes approximately 3 hours and 40 minutes to reach.

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About Bathinda Airport

Chandigarh Airport (IATA: IXC), also known as the Shaheed Bhagat Singh International Airport, is located around 20 km from Chandigarh city in the Sahibzada Ajit Singh nagar. Spread across 305 acres, the airport has won several awards in the aviation space such as ëBest Airport for Customer Satisfaction, Best Hygiene Measures, Best Infrastructure and Facilitation, etc. It provides world-class amenities and is an epitome of luxury and customer convenience. Some important facilities that have won the airport many awards include baggage facilities, assistance to the senior citizens and differently-abled, premium and reserved lounges, restaurants and parking spaces. A duty-free shop is available at the airport and other shopping outlets selling stationery, jewellery, magazines, etc. ATM, Childcare rooms, free Wi-Fi, self-boarding kiosks, etc. The international terminal has four aerobridges and 48 check-in counters to add to the plethora of services provided. The airport houses primary airline carriers such as IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet, Go First, Alliance Air, Azerbaijan Airlines, Pobeda, Aeroflot, S7 Airlines, AirAsia, etc. It connects Chandigarh to major Indian cities such as Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Srinagar, Mumbai, New Delhi, Hyderabad and international destinations such as Moscow, St. Petersburg, Dubai, Sharjah, Baku, etc. Some good hotel properties near the airport include Hometel Chandigarh, The Lalit, JW Marriott, Hyatt Centric Sector, Taj Chandigarh, The Oberoi Sukhvilas Spa, etc. It is located just 19 and 20 km away from the bus and railway stations, making it extremely convenient for passengers to connect to desired destinations.

About Bathinda

Bathinda, also known as ëBhatindaí is a city located in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab. Situated on the Bathinda Branch Canal, it is located 118 km away from the capital city of Chandigarh. It is named after kings from the Bhati Rajput family who once ruled the city. Bathindaís history dates back to the 6th century when the famous traveller Ibn Batuta called the city ëBhatindí after the Bhati kings. Its ownership changed a lot of dynasties including Muhammad of Ghori, Razia Sultan of the Delhi Sultnat, the Sindu-Brar dynasty, Chaudhary Roop Chand Brar, Maharaja Ala Singh, the Maharaja of Patiala and finally the British. Bathinda is known as the city of lakes. It houses two thermal power plants, an oil refinery and a fertiliser plant. It also has one of the largest cotton and food grain markets in northern India along with one of the largest grape vineyards. It is also the education hub of Punjab which includes top colleges such as Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, Guru Kashi University, Baba Farid College of Management and Technology, etc. Summers are extremely hot in the city with temperatures soaring to 45∞C. Bathinda also received plentiful rainfall which can cause a hindrance when sightseeing. The best season to visit the city is the winter season when the temperatures fluctuate between 4∞C and 21∞C and the day weather is pleasant to travel. Bathinda being a melting pot of many diverse societies, the art and culture of the city is vibrant and varied. Music, dance, plays and songs are an important part of the cityís culture and the various existing cultural and literary societies promote these forms. The Sahitya Sangam was formed in 1979 in Bathinda to promote reading and writing activities. It holds literary seminars for poets and writers. The natives celebrate all Hindu and Sikh festivals with equal excitement. Some prominent festivals from the city include Lohri, Basant Panchami, Baisakhi, Guru Parab, Diwali Dussehra, Holi, etc. The various types of lip smacking parathas, along with bajre ki roti and sarso ka saag are some of the popular cuisines of the city.

About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar Airport (IATA: ATQ), also known as the Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport, is located 11 km away from Amritsar city. The airport was commissioned in early 2009 and is spread across 40,175 sq.m. The length of the airportís runway is 3658 metres, width is 45 metres and orientation is 16/34. It was one of the airports selected by the Airport Authority of India for creation of world class passenger amenities. There are 30 Common User Terminal Equipment (CUTE) check-in counters, one Customs Counter for international passenger departures and three for international passenger arrivals at the airport. There are 12 immigration counters, six self-service kiosks, etc., also available at the airport. It offers facilities such as CCTVs for security purposes and X-Ray scanners for baggage. There is a vending machine of sanitary napkins in the ladies washroom. Special facilities provided for the differently-abled include on-demand wheelchairs, ramps, sensor doors, specially-designed toilets, elevators, lifts, aero bags, etc. The airport has a single passenger terminal for international and domestic flights and can accommodate 1200 passengers during rush hours. The railway is located at around 11 km and the bus station is situated at an approximate distance of 22 km from the airport. All locations in the city are accessible via private cars and buses from the airport. Some prime hotel properties located near the airport include Radisson Blu, Park Inn, Ventures Inn, Palm Villas, Regenta Inn, etc.

About Amritsar

Amritsar, popularly known as Ambarsar, is a heritage Indian city located in the northwestern Indian state of Punjab. Its name was derived from a sacred tank named ëAmrita Sarasí or the ëPool of Nectarí which was ordered to be excavated by the fourth Guru of the Sikhs, Shri Ram Das in 1577. Amritsar was initially ruled by the Ahluwalia, Ramgarhia, Kanhaiya and Bhangi Misls. Maharaja Ranjit Singh then took over in 1801 and ruled till 1839, after which the British took control in 1849. The infamous Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place in 1919 where the British massacred hundreds of innocent and peacefully protesting Indians. Amritsar is often referred to as the centre of Sikhism and is world renowned for the Golden Temple, a famous pilgrim spot visited by devotees from around the world. Besides the Golden Temple, there are a number of gurudwaras, mosques, temples, churches, takias, and khankhas found in Amritsar. The Guru ka Langar and Kada Prasad at the Golden Temple serve 40,000 people every day, free of cost. Summers in Amritsar are hot and dry with temperatures soaring to 40∞C. Monsoons are warm and humid, although the city does not receive much rainfall. Winters are very pleasant, with the temperatures hovering between 5 and 27∞C, making the months of November to March the best time to visit. People of Amritsar are of a friendly nature and believe in living life king size. The most common languages spoken in Amritsar are Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu. The city is famous for its art and culture, and the famous dance form of Bhangra was first performed in the city. The city has also produced its share of poets and writers. The natives of Amritsar enjoy their food, and some local Amritsari delicacies include the Dal Makhani, Sarson Da Saag, Amritsari Fish, Shahi Paneer, Amritsari Kulcha, Butter Chicken, Bhuna Gosht Mutton, etc. No meal in Amritsar is complete without a full glass of lassi.

Place to visit in Amritsar

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Jallianwala Bagh

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Partition Museum

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Wagah Border

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Airport Information

Amritsar

Opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Ajnala Rd, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101

Bathinda

Bathinda Airport, 7PCW+H8P, Civil Airport, Virk Kalan, Punjab 151201

Frequently Asked Questions

Best hotels near the Golden Temple include 4N Homestay, Vrinda Apartments, Hotel Heaven View, City View, SureStay Heritage Walk, etc.
Yes, there are Duty Free shops available at Amritsar International Airport where you can purchase liquor and cosmetics, among other materials.
Plenty of cab services available around the airport can take you to the Golden temple. They take about 10-15 minutes to reach.
No, the Bhatinda Airport has not been operational since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rose garden, Qila Mubarak, Lakhi Jungle, Chetak Park and the Bathinda Fort are some of the famous tourist spots in Bathinda.
The best way to reach Bathinda from Chandigarh Airport is via train and road with both taking 3 hours and 40 minutes to reach.
The IATA codes for Chandigarh and Amritsar airports are IXC and ATQ respectively.
The period from November to March is the best time to visit Amritsar, as the weather during these months is cool and pleasant and most suitable for sightseeing.
The Ram Tirath Temple is believed to be the birthplace of Luv and Kush and houses sage Valmikiís hut.
It is believed that Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji delivered one lakh teachings to his disciple, Shri Japuli Sahib at this place, which was also visited by Guru Teg Bahadur and Guru Gobind Singh Ji.
Previously, Bhatinda was also called Whatinda and Bitunda.
The Qila Mubarak was built in 90-110 AD.
The famous Bharawan Da Dhaba is situated near Town Hall in Katra Ahluwalia in Amritsar.
Amritsari kulcha, sarson da saag with makki di roti, mutton chaap, shami kebab, mutton tikka, tandoori chicken, chicken tikka, and keema kulcha are some of the best and must-try food items in Amritsar.
The fourth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Ram Das, built this temple. The gold used to cover the temple was provided by Ranjit Singh.