Amritsar to Tezpur Flights

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About Tezpur Airport

Tezpur Airport (IATA code: TEZ) is located in the village of Salonibari and is also referred to as Salonibari Airport. It is owned and operated by the Airports Authority of India. The airport serves the town of Tezpur and its surrounding villages. The airport was originally built during the second World War by the British Royal Indian Air Force to be utilised as a heavy bomber base by the United States Army. The airlines that operate regular flights from the airport include Alliance Air, Air India, IndiGo, and SpiceJet. The airport has just 1 domestic terminal, and has the capacity of handling up to 400 passengers at a time. The domestic terminal features 1 boarding gate and 2 check-in counters, along with 1 security check-in counter. The airport has several facilities for the passengers, including free trolleys, wheelchair facilities, food centres, restaurants, duty-free shopping, restrooms, and more. The Tezpur Airport is located 15 km from the Tezpur town and has good connectivity by road. It can be reached by car or bus, and the nearest railway station at Bhairabpad is 12 km by road from the airport

About Tezpur

The city of Tezpur is situated on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River in Assamís Sonitpur district. Tezpur is replete with places of historical importance, temples, and forests. There is lush greenery in and around the city, making it a favourable destination for nature lovers. Tourists can explore the national parks and forests as well as the rolling stretch of tea plantations along the slopes of the hills. The snow-capped Himalayas surround the city like a distant painting across the clear blue sky. However, the background of how Tezpur got its name is based in mythology. In Sanskrit, the name Tezpur translates to the city or town of blood. According to popular belief, Tezpur derived its name from a devastating battle between Hari or Lord Krishna and Hara or Lord Shiva (who fought on behalf of King Banasura). The battle was so fierce that the land was soaked in blood, hence the name. Tezpur is also known as Assamís cultural capital. It is here that many notable personalities, such as Dr. Bhupen Hazarika, Ananda Chandra Agarwala, Kalaguru Bishnu and Prasad Rabha call home. You will also come across age-old ruins belonging to 9th and 10th century C.E. at Bamuni Hills. The artistic sculptures carved out on the walls of Bamuni Hills present a spectacular sight for history buffs and the regular tourists alike.

About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar Airport, or Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA code: ATQ) is around 11 km from the centre of Amritsar, on the AmritsarñAjnala Road. The airport has been named after the 4th Guru of the Sikhs, Sri Guru Ramdas Ji, who was also the cityís founder. Along with Punjab, the airport also serves the states of Jammu & Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. It is the second-largest airport after Delhi Airport in the northern part of India. The Airports Authority of India manages all the operations at the airport. The new integrated glass terminal was inaugurated in 2009, and provides all amenities to passengers. The airport is spread over 40,000 sq m and is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. It handles 4 million passengers annually, and about 1,200 passengers at a time during peak hours. At Amritsar Airport, passengers can avail of facilities such as sensor doors, currency exchange booths, bookstores, duty-free shops, retail shops, cafes, restaurants, toilets with facilities for disabled passengers, free trolleys and more. The airport is also served by taxis and car rental services, and offers parking space near the arrival and departure gates

About Amritsar

Around 28 km from Pakistanís border lies Amritsar, the holy city of Sikhism. It is the largest city in Punjab after Ludhiana. The city was founded by the 4th Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Ramdas around 1577 A.D. The site on which Amritsar was built was initially nothing but dense forests with a few lakes. The land was gifted to Sri Guru Ramdas by the Mughal emperor Akbar. Sri Guru Ramdas first built a pool on this gifted land and slowly developed it into the town of Ramdaspur, aided by 52 traders. The town later came to be known as Amritsar, the city we know today. Despite having immense religious significance to the Sikhs, Amritsar also boasts a secular outlook and heritage. Amritsar has plenty of hidden gems, waiting to be explored by the keen traveller. Apart from its temples, gurudwaras, mosques, and churches, Amritsar is also a treasure trove of history and cultural heritage, which can be found in its museums and galleries. You can also find traces of history in its parks and gardens, such as the Jallianwala Bagh. Amritsar today is one of the holiest cities for the Sikhs, and the Golden Temple is one of the most venerated pilgrimage sites for the followers of Sikhism around the world. It is also one of the most productive agricultural cities in India.
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Airport Information

Amritsar

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

Tezpur

Tezpur Airport, P.O.- Haleswar, Tezpur, Assam 784104

Frequently Asked Questions

One can carry dry snacks and non-alcoholic beverages on flights. This can vary between airlines so please check before travelling.
Guwahati Airport is about 180 km from the Tezpur town. It takes about 3 hours 30 minutes to reach Tezpur by road.
The Golden Temple is located 13 km from the airport. There are regular bus services at minimal cost operating on that route to make commuting easy and economical for tourists.
Tezpur Airport is a domestic airport and has only one domestic terminal.
Every passenger is allowed to carry a hand baggage of 7 kg and check-in baggage of 15 kg on Amritsar to Tezpur flights. However, this can vary between airlines so please verify this information before travelling.
Although, it is not mandatory to pay any insurance charge for Amritsar to Guwahati flights, it is still advisable to avail an insurance cover to be on the safe side.
Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh, Partition Museum, and Wagah Border are some of the best places to visit in Tezpur.
Nameri National Park, Bamuni Hills, Agnigarh, and the Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary are some of the best places to visit in Tezpur.
The cheapest way to get to Tezpur town from Guwahati Airport is by bus and the fare is around 300 Rupees per person. Please verify this information before travelling as it may be subject to change.
Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee Airport is located about 11 km away from the centre of Amritsar.
The IATA Code of Tezpur Airport is TEZ.
Tezpur Airport is officially known as the Salonibari Airport, as it is located in the township of Salonibari.
The first flight from Amritsar to Guwahati takes off at 06:25 am. However, flight schedules are subject to change, so please verify this information before travelling.
The Amritsar to Tezpur route does not have direct flights. However, there are several flights from Amritsar Airport to Guwahati International Airport, which is nearest to Tezpur, and serviced by IndiGo, Vistara, Air India, and SpiceJet.
Amritsar Airport is officially called Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport. It has been named after the 4th Guru of the Sikhs, Sri Guru Ram Das Ji, who founded the city of Amritsar.