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IndiGo21:55
Amritsar
08:25
Dharamsala
10h 30m₹6,923

Amritsar to Dharamshala Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

10h 30m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-2577,departs at 21:55

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-2577, departs at 21:55

Popular Airlines from Amritsar to Dharamsala

IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Amritsar to Dharamsala in a day

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Airport Codes for Amritsar and Dharamsala

ATQ-Amritsar, DHM-Dharamsala
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About Dharamshala Airport

Dharamshala or Kangra Airport (IATA: DHM) is in the village of Gaggal in the Kangra district. There are no airports in Dharamshala. The closest airport to Dharamshala is Kangra Airport. The Dhauladhar range to the east side of the runway, which remains under the snow the whole year, gives a spectacular view to the passengers flying from this airport. The airport runs between Pathankot and Mandi. Beautiful mountains surround the airport, so you get a scenic view from the airport when you exit the plane. The airport terminal can handle up to 100 passengers only. The Airport facilities include valuable services such as wifi for all the passengers in the terminal, lounge rooms to wait for the flight, and luggage storage services managed by the Airport Authority of India. The airport is well-connected and is located 14 Km to the southwest of Dharamshala. The distance of this airport from Kangra is 8 Km. The runway length of Kangra Airport is 4620 ft, and the surface is made of asphalt. To reach Dharamshala, from Kangra Airport, you can easily find taxis and autos on your way out of the airport. Rental cars and hotel pickups can also be pre-booked.

About Dharamshala

The literal translation of Dharamshala would be ìa spiritual dwellingî or a shelter for pilgrims and travellers, as the town has different temples, churches, and monasteries. The city is in the western Himachal region, and it is famous for its large Tibetan community and its activities centred around the Dalai Lama. It is a renowned place to learn about Buddhism, its sutras, tantras, and related texts. Dharamshala is now known to be one of the most popular and visited sites among tourists in Himachal Pradesh. It attracts all kinds of people, from scholars and tourists to pilgrims. Mcleod Ganj, which is in the upper part of Dharamshala, is the residence of the Dalai Lama. Since 1960, when Dharamshala was the temporary headquarters of the Dalai Lama, many people searching for spiritual enlightenment have visited this place from all over the world. Dharamshala is also known for its pine, cedar, and Himalayan oak forests.

About Amritsar Airport

Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ) is about 11 Km from the centre of Amritsar city. The name is derived from the fourth Sikh Guru, the founder of Amritsar. The airport is situated on Amritsar-Ajnala Road, near the Raja Sansi village. The airport offers domestic flight services to neighbouring cities, including Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, and Kashmir. The airport has several modern facilities for the passengers, like two operational aero-bridges for the smooth movements of the passengers in and around the terminal, CCTV surveillance, X-ray scanners, high-tech LED-based Flight Information Display System, sanitary napkin vending machines in the ladies' washroom, random X-ray scanning at the departure, and much more. The airport has special facilities for differently-abled passengers. Lifts with the facilities of Braille and audio systems, sensors in the entry and exit gates, wheelchairs, ramps for smooth movement in the entry/exit gates, etc., are some of them. Transport services are readily available at the exit point, including taxis, rickshaws, buses, and trains.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is a city located in the northwestern part of the Indian state of Punjab. It is situated 28 Km from the India-Pakistan border. After Ludhiana, Amritsar is the second largest state in Punjab. The name Amritsar is derived from Amrit Sarovar, the holy tank surrounding the Golden Temple. The literal translation of Amritsar is a pool of nectar. The founder of Amritsar was Guru Ram Das. He founded it in 1579. The Mughal Emperor, Akbar, gifted him the land, and he constructed a pool and started calling it Amritsar. The famous Amritsari cuisine and the wonderful Punjabi hospitality are well-known facts. The locals here are very grounded and humble and will help you navigate the city better to make sure you have a memorable experience. The climate in Amritsar is extreme, with chilly winters and scorching hot summers. There are four seasons in Amritsar. Winters from November to March, summers from April to June, Monsoon from July to September, and Post-monsoon from September to November. However, the best time to enjoy your visit to Amritsar would be between October and March.

Place to visit in Amritsar

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Akal Takht

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Golden Temple

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Jallianwala Bagh

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Wagah Border

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Airport Information

Amritsar

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

Dharamshala

NH154, Gaggal, Himachal Pradesh 176209

Frequently Asked Questions

No, they are not the same. McLeod Ganj is a suburb in the city of Dharamshala located in Kangra, Himachal Pradesh.
The distance between Dharamshala and Kangra airport is about 15 Km to 20 Km approximately
Amritsar is not far from the border with Pakistan. The distance between Amritsar and Pakistan is 286 Km and 755.8 metres.
There is no entrance ticket for the Wagah Border or the ceremony. It's open to all. Hence, no booking is necessary.
Yes. Dharamshala is one of the most scenic and serene hill stations in India. Nestled in the Kangra Valley, Himachal Pradesh, this city is at an elevation of 1457 m above sea level.
The Golden Temple Timings on all days of the week is between 05:00 am and 10:00 pm.
Yes. The Wagah border is open all 7 days of the week. The closing ceremony takes place every single day and is open to the public.
There are no direct flights that operate from Amritsar to Dharamshala. Air India and SpiceJet are the only two airlines operating flights from Amritsar to Dharamshala.
Dharamshala is popularly known to be the residence of the Dalai Lama. Hence, the most famous tourist attractions in Dharamshala are the Dalai Lama Temple and the Tibet Museum.
Summer is considered the best time for a trip to the hilly regions of Dharamshala. Pack your bags for a trip between March and mid-July.
Winters are the best time to visit McLeodGanj. December to February are the most excellent months.
November to March is the best time to visit Amritsar. The weather is comparatively pleasant and ideal for sightseeing and visiting the Golden Temple. The temperature can be freezing at times.
Dharamshala is the home of the Dalai Lama and all the Tibetans in exile. It is a well-known centre for studying Buddhism, its sutras, tantras, and major texts related to this. The town represents the values preached by the Dalai Lama and embodied by the Tibetans
McLeod Ganj is a town located near upper Dharamshala. It is famous because it is home to the world-renowned 14th Dalai Lama.
The Lieutenant Governor of Punjab was Sir Donald Friell McLeod, and the place was named after him. Ganj is a Persian word that means ëneighbourhoodí.