Amritsar to Lakshadweep Flights

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Are you looking for the most convenient flight from Amritsar to Lakshadweep?

Well, look no further as Adani One is your one-stop solution. We understand that booking tickets for far-away locations can be hectic. At Adani One, we have got you covered. You can book a flight ticket from Amritsar to Lakshadweeps and a return ticket from Lakshadweeps to Amritsar using Adani One. It is advised to book your return tickets if you have a planned return date in mind to get the best prices.

It gives you access to a detailed airfare calendar. You need to fill in your destination airport, departure date and the number of passengers to get access to the list of the flights. You can select the flight that suits you from a wide range of domestic carriers, including Air India, SpiceJet, Alliance Air and IndiGo.

Adani One will show you the best price along with updated offers and discounts. There are no direct flights from Amritsar to Lakshadweep. Kochi (Cochin) International Airport is the only airport with direct flights to Lakshadweep. You can easily book a connecting flight from Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar, to Kochi (Cochin) International Airport. Usually, this route has one to two layovers in cities like New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai etc. and is operated by airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet and Air India. From Kochi (Cochin) International Airport, you can book a flight to Agatti Airport. This route is served by Alliance Air and has only one direct flight, which takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach Agatti Airport.


About Lakshadweep Airport

The Agatti Island Airport (IATA: AGX) is the only airstrip in the Lakshadweep archipelago. It is spread over an area of 0.185 sq km. At present, the terminal can accommodate 150 passengers at rush hour and is maintained by the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

The airstrip was inaugurated in April 1988, specially constructed for the Dornier 228 aircraft with a temporary terminal. The construction of the existing terminal building and Air Traffic Control Tower began in 2006. And the services between Kochi and Agatti commenced on 24 September 2010. Agatti and Kochi are currently connected by Alliance Air's ATR-72-600 aircraft.

Currently, the airport operates domestic flights only. There is a single check-in and security counter covering an area of 566 sq metres. You can also enjoy some delicious snacks at the airport's snack bar.

Passengers can either travel to locations in Agatti by auto-rickshaws or use the ferry services to reach Bangaram Island. Both these facilities are available outside the airport.

About Lakshadweep

Agatti is one of the gateways to the union territory of Lakshadweep, given it has an airport that is well-connected to Kochi Airport in Kerala. When you land on this island, you will be welcomed by a picturesque view of the Arabian sea. The island has a crystal clear lagoon area and is known for its colourful corals. It is smaller than other islands, with an area of around 3.84 square km, but its beaches are picturesque and beautiful.You can try the delectable Lakshadweep cuisine on the islands with a hint of Malabar spices in every dish, including the seafood. The island's famous dishes include fish tikka, octopus fry, and mus kavaab. You can also enjoy batla appam, a sweet dish made of flour, eggs and cardamom.Around 7,500 people inhabit this beautiful jewel of Lakshadweep. If you love adventure sports, you must try snorkelling, scuba diving, and water skiing. You can also go for a glass-bottom boat ride to view the beautiful corals and under-sea fauna.The prevalent folk art forms of Agatti Island are Parichakali and Kolkali. The best time to visit the islands is between October and March as the weather is quite pleasant during these months.

Place to visit in Lakshadweep


Amini Island


Bangaram Atoll


Kadmat Island


Kavaratti Island


Pitti Bird Sanctuary


Thinnakara Island

About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar's Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ, ICAO: VIAR) is an 11 km drive from the city centre, which takes approximately 30 minutes by taxi. It is situated near the Ranja Sansi town of Amritsar. The present terminal building was constructed on 25 February 2009.The terminal building can accommodate around 4 million passengers annually. The airport has a range of services, including 30 check-in counters, 12 immigration desks for international departures, and 16 immigration desks for international arrivals. It also features cafes, ATMs, and a VIP room. Apart from these, it has facilities for differently-abled persons, such as entry and exit ramps, lifts with an audio system and braille, wheelchairs and specially designed toilets with proper signboards.The airport offers domestic services to cities like Bengaluru, Delhi, Goa, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Guwahati, and Jaipur. It also provides international connectivity to cities like Sharjah, Dubai, Singapore, Birmingham and London.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is a holy city for the Sikhs and one of the largest cities in Punjab. Amritsar was founded by the fourth Sikh guru, Sri Guru Ramdas Ji, in 1574 AD. This city in Punjab has witnessed many battles on its soil. The British took over the city in 1840 AD and the colonial architecture is evident in many of the cityís landmarks. One of the best examples of British architecture can be seen in the Khalsa College.The street food in Amritsar includes Amritsari kulcha, keema kulcha, sarson da saag and makke di roti alongside lassi.Amritsar is a cultural and commercial hub of Punjab. The city is full of narrow streets from the 17th century and has a unique planning system with areas known as Katra. Amritsar is located on the main Grand Trunk Road which once connected Delhi to Lahore, Pakistan. It has an extreme climate due to its location in the interior part of the country. The months between November and March are the best to visit the city due to its pleasant weather conditions.

Place to visit in Amritsar


Baba Atal Tower


Golden Temple


Gurudwara Guru ka Mahal


Jallianwala Bagh


Partition Museum


Wagah Border


Airport Information


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


Agatti Airport, R5HH+6PV, Airport Rd, Agatti, Lakshadweep 682553

Frequently Asked Questions

The IATA code for Lakshadweep Airport is AGX.
The IATA code for Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport is ATQ.
As there are no direct flights between Amristar and Lakshadweep, you are advised to book a flight from Amritsar to Kochi. From there, you can catch a flight to Lakshadweeps.
Only Alliance Air operates between the two places.
Kadmat Island is the best spot to try your hands on kayaking and other water sports.
The China Bazar of the Kavaratti islands is perfect if you want to buy a gift or a souvenir.
You need an entry permit, for which you will have to submit ID proof, a photograph, and a police clearance certificate before travel.
The best time to visit Agatti is between October and March.
It is advisable to carry your flip-flops, swimsuit, and sunscreen as the beaches are quite sunny during the day.
Yes. You will find duty-free stores at the Amritsar Airport for products like cosmetics and liquor.
Visiting the Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh and Atal Tower during a short trip to Amritsar is recommended since they are located near each other.
Outside the airport, you will find many options for local travelling like bus services, taxis and rickshaws.
You can buy the beautiful hand-embroidered Phulkari dupattas and suits at Katra Jaimal Singh Market.
There is no dress code at the Golden Temple, but one must cover the head with a scarf/handkerchief. Avoid wearing shorts and sleeveless dresses since it is a religious place.
Yes. Passengers are allowed to carry dry and well-packed food on board the flight. However, it is always best to check with your airlines before your journey.