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Amritsar to Dibrugarh Flights

Are you looking for an Amritsar to Dibrugarh flight?

Adani One can help you book the most convenient flight for your trip. Once you type the names of the two cities on the search bar, you will get a detailed airfare calendar on the platform, from where you can select the best flight for your travel depending upon your convenience and the deals and cashback offers on the air tickets. Flights by popular airlines like Air India, IndiGo, Air Asia, Go First, etc., are all listed on the platform. If you have a return date in mind, book your Dibrugarh to Amritsar return flight well in advance to avail the best discounts and offers.

As of now, there are no direct flights from Amritsar to Dibrugarh. However, there are approximately 21 connecting flights operating during a week, with layovers at New Delhi and Bagdogra. The duration of these flights ranges from around 8 hours and 15 minutes to over 20 hours.

Flights from Amritsar to Dibrugarh


About Dibrugarh Airport

Dibrugarh Airport (IATA: DIB) is located in Mohanbari, about 15 km from Dibrugarh. The airport is spread across an area of 386 acres and is surrounded by a tea estate. To reach the city from the airport, you can either take a taxi or a bus service.

The single terminal at the airport, occupying an area of 10,536 sq. m is a well equipped integrated terminal.

The airport offers services such as a beverage counter, snack bar, wheelchair facility for disabled, medical aid in case of health emergencies, and rest rooms. You can also travel from the airport to the city by taxi and rental cars.

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About Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is a city in Assam, located about 440 km from Guwahati. The name of the city originates from the term DibruMukha - a small settlement during the Ahom-Chutia war. Dibru is the name of a river, and garh means fort. Dibrugarh is developing as the centre of communication, industry, and healthcare in Assam. With connectivity to most of the major airports in India, Dibrugarh is becoming a popular destination for people, both for leisure and business trips. Surrounded by lush green tea gardens, this city is an excellent representation of northeast culture and nature. Dibrugarh is one of the top three tea-producing districts in Assam, accounting for about 50% of the state’s tea crop. Due to this, Dibrugarh is also known as the Tea City of India.


About Amritsar Airport

Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ) is located about 11 km from Amritsar. It has a single terminal for both international and domestic flights. The airport has several facilities such as ATMs, restaurants, duty-free shops, lost and found desk, VIP rooms, etc.

The airport possesses one terminal which easily integrates both international and domestic arrivals. The runway of the airport runs at a length of 3658 m and has a width of 45 m.

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About Amritsar

Amritsar got its name from Amrit Sarovar, a water tank surrounding the Golden Temple. In 1579, the Mughal emperor Akbar granted a site on which Guru Ram Das, the fourth guru of the Sikhs, ordered the excavation for constructing this sacred tank.

The fifth guru of the Sikhs, constructed Sri Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara in the middle of the water tank on an island, and a marble causeway was constructed to reach the temple. The upper portion of the temple was then decorated with a copper dome covered in gold foil, which is why it is also called Golden Temple. Ever since the construction of the Golden Temple, Amritsar has become the centre of worship for Sikhs.

Apart from this, the Jalianwala Bagh and the Wagah Border are the main attractions in the city. The Golden Temple campus market is also famous for selling lip-smacking dishes. The hospitality of the people of Amritsar is another experience that one can never forget.

Amritsar is also a hub for the chemical and textile industry and has enterprise for trades like silk weaving, canning, tanning, food milling and processing, and machinery manufacturing. The summers in the city are hot, and the winters are chilly, which makes the winters the ideal time for a visit.

Frequently Asked Questions

As of now, there are no direct flights between Amritsar and Dibrugarh. However, there are multiple connecting flights on the route, which can take anywhere between 9 hours and 22 hours.

Dibrugarh is the gateway to Sibsagar, Tinsukia, and Dibrugarh, which are the three tea-producing districts in Assam.

The city is renowned for handicraft items like Gamosa, Jorai, and Assam Silk sarees, Bamboo and cane products, and Mekhela Chador.

Yes, there are quite a few duty-free shops at Amritsar's Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport. These shops sell chocolates, cosmetics, and perfumes.

The city is about 15 km from Dibrugarh Airport, and you can find several modes of transportation from the airport to reach the city.

The best time to visit Dibrugarh is between October and March when the weather remains cold and pleasant.

Amritsar is most famous for the Golden Temple, also known as Sri Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara, the Wagah Border, and the Jallianwala Bagh.

Amritsar is known for Phulkari dress materials, carpets, shawls, Chinese lamps, and other handicrafts.

The best time to visit Amritsar is between November and March, as the weather during this time is chilly and comfortable for tourists.

Dibrugarh got its name from Dibarumukh, an encampment of Ahoms during the famous Chutia Ahom War.

Some of the famous tourist places in Amritsar are Jallianwala Bagh, RamBagh Gardens, Partition Museum, Baba Atal Tower.

Golden Temple is known for its mesmerising architecture, spiritual vibes, and daily langars. Thus, many religious people visit the temple everyday to pay their respects.

Amritsar is known as the Golden city because of the presence of Golden Temple, the holy shrine of Sikhs.

Guru Ram Das founded the city of Amritsar and he believed that the waters of the lake had healing powers.

Amritsar airport is 11 km from the city