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Amritsar to Lucknow Flights

About 30-40 Amritsar to Lucknow flights operate daily. Everyone can travel comfortably based on their convenience as Lucknow’s Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport airport is a hub for all major airlines. The earliest flight from Amritsar’s Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport departs at 6:05 am, while the last one leaves at 10:50 pm. Everything you need to know about flights from Amritsar to Lucknow is available here.

Flights from Amritsar to Lucknow


About Lucknow Airport

The official airport of Lucknow is Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. It is situated in the Amausi area. The airport is about 13 km from Lucknow city centre and has two terminals. Terminal 1 is for international flights, whereas Terminal 2 is for domestic flights. Passengers can avail of various facilities available at the airport like free medical attention, Wi-Fi, ATMs and cash machines, cafes, currency exchange counter, and more.

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About Lucknow
Lucknow, fondly called the ‘City of Nawabs’, is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. It has rich culture and heritage and is the perfect example of modernity and tradition. An Amritsar to Lucknow travel plan will be incomplete if you don’t shop for Chikan Kurtis here, have delicious food and visit the Chota and Bada Imambara.
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Bara Imambara

People from the olden times had their unique ways of tackling and solving humanitarian issues. The Bada Imambara in Lucknow was constructed to tackle one such famine. It was built from 1785 to 1791 AD and its major objective was to provide employment to the people in the aftermath of the famine. There exists a treasure trove of interesting tales and folklore associated with Bada Imambara which today serves as a popular tourist attraction. Bada Imambara is a massive mosque which houses several rooms along with a large hall and a baoli or water reservoir. The next time you plan your visit to the old capital of India, Lucknow, make sure you pay a visit to the Bada Imambara. The best time to visit here is during the winter months.

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Chota Imambara

Featuring white Mughal architecture with a golden dome, the Chota Imambara is an exquisite historical site. Commonly known as Hussainabad Imambara, the Chota Imambara has evolved into one of the most popular tourist sites in Lucknow. On festivals and special occasions, the monument is decorated with lights, colours, and flowers, enhancing its beauty. The main hall features the magnificent crown of Muhammad Ali Shah, which is studded with rare diamonds and rubies. If you’re planning to visit the beautiful city of Nawabs, make sure you pay a visit to the Chota Imambara.

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British Residency

The British Residency is a site of great historical importance. It was here that the last survivors of the 1857 revolt against British rule took refuge. This residency has later been turned into a museum and is worth visiting.

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Rumi Darwaza

The Rumi Darwaza, a 60-foot-high doorway with no visible supporting fittings, was built between 1784 and 1786. It is a brilliant representation of Awadhi architecture and is also known as the Turkish Gate. Rumi Darwaza used to serve as the entrance to the old Lucknow city. If you think it only looks beautiful in the morning, wait till the sun sets, and it appears in its most stunning avatar. The next time you plan a visit to the old capital of India, Lucknow, make sure you pay a visit to Rumi Darwaza. The best season to visit Lucknow is during the winter months.

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The Husainabad Clock Tower


About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar airport, officially called the Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport, is around 11 km from the centre of Amritsar. The airport derives its name from the founder of Amritsar city and the fourth Sikh Guru. It is the largest airport in Punjab and a hub of domestic and international flights. There is one terminal at the airport which handles both domestic and international flights. Flights between Amritsar and Lucknow are available at this integrated terminal.

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About Amritsar
Amritsar, fondly known as Guru Di Nagri (city of the Guru), got its name from the sacred Amrit Saras tank around the famous Golden temple. It was founded by the fourth guru of Sikhs, Guru Ramdas, in 1579. Apart from the Golden Temple, the city is also known for being the site of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, its proximity to the Attari-Wagah border between India and Pakistan, and its delicious food.
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The Golden Temple

One of India's most famous attractions is the beautiful Golden Temple located in Amritsar, Punjab. Also known as the Sri Harmandir Sahib by the sacred audience, the temple is considered one of the most spiritual sites across the world and where millions of people from around the world travel to, in order to witness its beauty and seek blessings from God. It is believed that the construction of the Golden Temple was initiated in the early 19th century by Maharaja Ranjit Singh. The temple was constructed using white marbles and precious and colourful stones. From the outside, it looks golden in colour. It is believed that the trip to Punjab is incomplete if you haven’t visited the beautiful Golden temple.

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Wagah Border

The Wagah Border, an army outpost located at the Indo-Pakistan border is a massive complex which features several buildings, barriers, and roads on either side. The Wagah Border is situated at a distance of only 28 Km from Amritsar, making it convenient for people to travel there. One prominent thing which attracts everyone’s attention is the Beating the Retreat ceremony which happens every evening. Soldiers from India and Pakistan march in a set position for bringing down their national flags one after another. As the sun sets, the nationalistic fervour increases and the lights are turned off, marking the setting of the day. It ends with thunderous applause. The chanting of the national anthem, continuous rounds of applause along with powerful energy in the air make it a memorable experience. Over the years, people have started to gather there to support the army.

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Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh witnessed one of the most tragic days in the history of India. Over the years, innumerable people have visited the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, Punjab, to get a hint of what the freedom fighters and the innocent people must have gone through during 1919 when British General O'Dwyer opened fire on a group of Indians, killing more than 2000 innocent Indians including children, men, and women. The Bagh or park is where the firing began and the bodies were dumped inside the well. Even today, the marks of bullets are visible, making it even more heartbreaking. Every year hundreds of schools plan trips to the Jallianwala Bagh to make students realise the sacrifices of our people and the brutality of Britishers.

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Akal Takht

Located inside the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, the throne popularly known as the Akal Takht is one of the 5 takhts of Sikhs. In the year 1606, Guru Hargobind Sahib built the Akal Takht as a sign of justice and the throne for the highest spokesman of the Sikhs. It was constructed to serve as a symbol of hope against the tyranny of rulers in the 17th and 18th centuries. It also contains a ton of ancient weapons that the Sikh warriors used during the wars. When you visit the Golden Temple, a tour of the Akal Takht is a must, as it provides an understanding of what our ancestors had gone through for today. The Golden Temple is one of the most spiritual sites in the entire world where millions of people from all around the world travel to, in order to seek blessings from God.

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Harike Wetland

Video Guide from Amritsar to Lucknow

Frequently Asked Questions

On average, 30 flights operate from Amritsar to Lucknow flights every day.

There is one direct flights from Amritsar to Lucknow every day.

On a daily basis, there are around 30 connecting flights between Amritsar and Lucknow.

The first flight via IndiGo airlines departs at 6:05 am.

The last flight via Air India departs at 10:50 pm.

The minimum time for a Amritsar to Lucknow flight is 04h 20m.

The code for Amritsar airport is ATQ, while LKO is for Lucknow airport. The Amritsar airport is called Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport. On the other hand, Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport is the name of Lucknow airport.

Those with Amritsar to Lucknow travel plans must wear a proper mask inside the airport and maintain social distancing. One should not travel if they are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, like persistent cough, high temperature, loss of smell and taste, or difficulty in breathing.

When you travel from Amritsar to Lucknow, IndiGo offers the maximum number of flights.

As per standard guidelines, 15 kg baggage is allowed for domestic passengers and 30 kg is allowed for international passengers.
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Airport Information

Lucknow Amausi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226009

Amritsar Ajnala Rd, opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101