Amritsar to Puttaparthi Flights

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About Puttaparthi Airport

Since the Puttaparthi Airport is not commercially active, travellers have to use the closest airport, Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Bengaluru, which is 127 km away. The airport is connected to more than 40 domestic destinations, like Delhi, Mumbai, Goa and Chennai. International flights from more than 15 destinations like Frankfurt, London, Abu Dhabi and China fly into the airport daily. Bengaluru International Airport has an integrated terminal ñ Terminal 1 ñ for both domestic and international flights. The terminal building houses many amenities, such as VIP lounges, plaza premium lounges, duty-free shops and prayer rooms for domestic and international flyers. The Bengaluru Airport also provides a special terminal for Hajj pilgrims with prayer rooms. The airport offers a wide range of services for passengersí comfort and convenience, including ATMs, free wi-fi, forex desks, baggage trolleys, baggage wrapping services, and mobile charging points. You will also find restaurants, cafÈs, and a smoking area within the terminal. There are many transport options in the airport complex, with dedicated wings for bus services. You can also avail of a car rental or taxi

About Puttaparthi

Puttaparthi, a small town in Andhra Pradesh, has become synonymous with spirituality. It is well-known for being the birthplace of spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba and for his ashram, Prasanthi Nilayam. Devotees of Sathya Sai Baba from across the globe consider Puttaparthi a pilgrimage destination. Before it turned into a world-class town, Puttaparthi was a hamlet called Gollapalli. The making of Puttaparthi started with the popularity of Sathya Sai Baba, who was believed to have miraculous powers. He was considered a reincarnation of the Indian guru, Sai Baba of Shirdi. In 1950, when the ashram was established, devotees from across the globe made a beeline to seek their blessings from Sathya Sai Baba. Though he died in 2011, thousands of devotees still visit Puttaparthi in search of inner peace. Today, the ashram has educational institutions, a hospital, an airport, a space centre and a museum. It is a place where you can experience an ascetic lifestyle, while having access to modern amenities. Puttaparthi is situated on the banks of the Chitravathi River and is surrounded by undulating hills. The ideal time to visit Puttaparthi is after the monsoon from September to February. On November 23, the birthday of Sai Baba, Prashanti Nilayam is decked up and devotees visit to pay their respects.

About Amritsar Airport

Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (ATQ) is the primary airport that serves Amritsar. It is located 11 km from the centre of Amritsar and is operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). Almost all domestic services have flight services between Amritsar and other major cities. The airport is well-equipped to offer a range of comforts to travellers, including a smoking area, medical facilities, ATMs, retail establishments, mobile charging infrastructure, a childcare area, and Wi-Fi.

About Amritsar

Amritsar means ëPool of Nectarí. It gets its name from Amrit Sarovar, the holy tank at the magnificent Golden Temple. Amritsar was founded in 1574 by Guru Ramdas, the fourth guru of the Sikh faith. Over centuries, the city has been in control of the Mughals, Sikh bands called Misls, Maharaja Ranjit Singh and the British in 1840. Under the British, the outer walls of the city constructed by the previous rulers were demolished and the gates were rebuilt. The Jallianwallah Bagh massacre in 1919 marked the beginning of the revolt against the British. Today, Amritsar is a vibrant city with a burgeoning commercial and tourism sector and is especially known for Punjabi hospitality. As the largest city in Punjab, it is often known as Ambarsar locally. Located close to the Wagah Border (India-Pakistan border), the city is a major cultural, commercial and transportation hub. It is also a hub for chemical and textile industries. It has a significant number of people engaged in food milling and processing, tanning, manufacture of machinery and silk weaving. With its fine cuisine, attire, and celebration, the Baisakhi festival reveals Amritsarís radiant face as the spiritual centre of Punjab and Sikhism. Punjabi is the main language spoken in Amritsar, apart from Hindi, English and Urdu. The ideal time to visit Amritsar is between November and March. From places of historical and religious significance to the vibrant markets and warm people, Amritsar has something for everyone.

Place to visit in Amritsar


Akal Takht


Golden Temple


Jallianwala Bagh


Partition Museum


Wagah Border


Airport Information


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


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can carry dry food items on flights, but it is better to check the policies and guidelines of the carrier before boarding the flight.
Amritsar Airport is 11 km from the city centre, and travellers can take taxis, buses, and private cabs to reach the airport.
One can take a train from Bangalore to Puttaparthiís Sri Sathya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam railway station. You can also travel by road. The distance between Bangalore Airport and Puttaparthi is 130 km.
Puttaparthi to Tirupati by road is 224 km, it takes a little more than 5 hours.
Domestic flights usually allow 15 kg of check-in and 7 kg of cabin baggage. However, the limit varies from one airline to the other, so please check the rules of your airline beforehand.
No, Puttaparthi is not commercially active at present.
The IATA code for Amritsar Airport is AQT. For the airport in Bangalore, it is BLR.
The Golden Temple kitchen is open 24 hours and it serves langar all through the day to all visitors.
Among the top places to visit are Prashanti Nilayam, Meditation Tree and Chaitanya Jyoti Museum.
All visitors are supposed to cover their heads. Visitors must wash their feet by walking through pools before entering the temple. Sunglasses, chewing gum and photography are not allowed within the temple.
Amritsar has a rich history. Today, tourists are drawn to the city for the Golden Temple, Wagah border and its thriving industries.
Telugu is the official language of Puttaparthi, although Hindi and English are also spoken here.
IndiGo, Air India, Go First, Vistara, and AirAsia operate flights between Amritsar and Puttaparthi via Bangalore.
The shortest flight from Amritsar to Puttaparthi via Bangalore is a direct flight operated by IndiGo, which takes 3 hours and 5 minutes to reach the destination.
Puttaparthi is the birthplace of the spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba. He set up his Ashram Prashanti Nilayam at Puttaparthi, which now attracts devotees from across the globe.