Amritsar to Ludhiana Flights

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Are you looking for flights from Amritsar to Ludhiana?The Adani One one-stop platform can help you find the best flights for your travel. It has the best integration of infrastructure and transportation along with modernised airport facilities. Adani One is committed to providing best-in-class services to passengers, and ensuring a flawless and comfortable airport experience. Through the Adani One platform, it is redefining the passenger-airport relationship in a much better way, creating shared facilities that cater to the ever evolving global travel, life and work requirements.There are no direct Amritsar to Ludhiana flights. Hence, the best route via flight from Amritsar to Ludhiana is through an Amritsar to Chandigarh Flight. Then, from Chandigarh Airport, you can take a taxi, rental car, or bus. There are a total of 11 flights from Amritsar to Chandigarh on a daily basis. Adani One offers many discount coupons and cashback offers that will make your trip convenient. With round trip booking, you can access many offers. For more information regarding the flights, timings, operators, and other services, you can check out the airfare calendar created by Adani One.


About Ludhiana Airport

Ludhiana Airport (IATA: LUH) is situated around 12.9 km from Ludhiana on National Highway 1, near Sahnewal. The distance between the airport and Ludhiana bus stand is 16.8 km. The airport is around 92.3 km from Chandigarh Airport. Ludhiana Airport has one domestic terminal, with facilities such as trolleys, wheelchair services, food stalls, cafes, ATMs, mobile charging stations, etc. There are many hotels situated close to Ludhiana Airport. However, the best available flight on the Amritsar to Ludhiana route is from Amritsar to Chandigarh, then from Chandigarh Airport you can travel by road to Ludhiana. Chandigarh International Airport serves Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Furthermore, this airport is located in Jhiurgeri village, Mohali, Punjab. There are two terminals at the Chandigarh Airport, domestic and international. Both the terminals have restaurants, lounges, televisions, snack bars, money changing kiosks, cosmetics outlets, and duty-free shops.

About Ludhiana

Ludhiana is a city in the state of Punjab in the northwestern part of India. It is situated on the banks of the Sutlej river and is around 326 km from New Delhi. The city was established during the reign of the Lodi empire and thus received the name, Ludhiana. It is connected with several major cities in India through national roads, including the Grand Trunk Road, running from Amritsar to Kolkata. Ludhiana has emerged as one of the largest agricultural markets and industrial hubs in north India. Hosiery manufacturing is a large-scale industry in Ludhiana. Cotton production, textile industry, steel, machinery, and other industries intended for agricultural products also contribute highly to the development of the city. Due to the large hosiery production in this city, another name for Ludhiana is ìManchester of India.î The major crops that thrive in this region are wheat, corn, cotton, and peanuts. Sirhind Canal in Ludhiana is the major source for irrigation. In terms of educational advancement, Ludhiana is also moving forward and providing new opportunities to students. The Punjab Agricultural University, which was established in 1962, is located in Ludhiana, and there are many medical colleges and hospitals in this city. The best time to travel to Ludhiana is between November and February, since it is at its best during the winter season.

About Amritsar Airport

The complete name of the Amritsar Airport is Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ). It is situated around 10.9 km northwest of Amritsar, near Raja Sansi village. The name of this airport was dedicated to the fourth Sikh guru, Sri Guru Ram Das Jee, the founder of Amritsar city. There is one terminal at Amritsar Airport, which is for international as well as domestic departures and arrivals. There are many facilities at this airport, like currency exchange, book stores, cafes & restaurants, retail shops, duty-free shops, trolleys, medical facilities, lost & found, and lounges.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is a city in Punjab, located around 31.7 km from Wagah border shared by India and Pakistan. The foundation of the city was laid in 1577 by the fourth Guru of Sikhs, Ram Das. During the rule of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1801-39), the upper portion of Sri Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara was decorated with gold, and from then on, the temple was known as Golden Temple. Many Sikhs come to visit the gurdwara from around the world, since it is the primary place of pilgrimage for the Sikh community. Amritsar is a hub for many commercial, cultural, and transport systems. Furthermore, there are several industries including food mills, silk weaving, tanning, canning, and machinery manufacturing. The city is also home to the Guru Nanak Dev University, which was founded in 1969. Medical, dental, arts, and technical colleges are also located in Amritsar, like Khalsa College (established 1899).

Place to visit in Amritsar


Baba Atal Tower


Golden Temple


Jallianwala Bagh


Partition Museum


Wagah Border


Airport Information


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


Ludhiana Airport, VX24+J22, Sahnewal, Punjab 141120

Frequently Asked Questions

No, Ludhiana Airport only services domestic flights within India.
In case of local transport in Ludhiana, you can check out the auto-rickshaws. These will help you in reaching into the narrowest and crowded roads of the city. You can also utilise rental car services.
There are mainly eleven flights from Amritsar to Chandigarh.
This depends on your intention of exploring Ludhiana city and its surroundings. As an estimate, 2 or 3 days are enough to travel to and explore Ludhiana city.
Ghumar Mandi Road is the most popular market area in Ludhiana city. You will get almost all types of traditional and modern items here . But itís shut on Sundays, so make your travel plans accordingly.
Tandoori dishes (fish, chicken, naans, chapatis, etc.) are the most famous foods in Ludhiana city. Other famous dishes are Murg Makhani, Makki Ki Roti, Sarson Ka Saag, fresh Lassi, and white butter.
Some of the most famous restaurants situated in Chandigarh are Garden and Greens, Virgin Courtyard, Chilli & Pepper, and Swagath Restaurant.
The best way to travel from Amritsar to Ludhiana is by train. It costs INR 130 - 750 and takes 2 hours.
You can visit Ludhiana city in any season, but the best time is winter, between October and February.
IXC is the code of Chandigarh Airport.
0161-2402347 and 9417228520 are the Covid-19 helpline numbers for Ludhiana.
The distance between Amritsar and Ludhiana is around 141 km, which can be covered by road in less than 3 hours.
Taking a direct train from Amritsar junction is the fastest way to travel from Amritsar to Ludhiana.
Face masks are recommended, follow Covid-19 guidelines, and follow any other regional rules.
Ludhiana city is famous for Gurdwara Charan Kanwal Sahib Machhiwara, Nehru Rose Garden, Guru Nanak Stadium, Hardy's Adventure World, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, and Guru Nanak Bhawan.