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Presently, there are no flights on the Amritsar to Vidyanagar route. Passengers can take a flight from Amritsar to Bangalore Airport and then take a flight to Vidyanagar from Bangalore. There are around 12 flights every day from Amritsar to Bangalore. This route has 1 direct flight operated by IndiGo which takes about 3 hr to reach Bangalore.

There is around 1 flight each day from Bangalore to Vidyanagar operated by Alliance Air. The duration of this flight is about 1 hr.

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About Vidyanagar Airport

Vidyanagar Airport (IATA: VDY), commonly known as the Jindal Vijaynagar Airport, is located in Toranagallu in Karnataka. The airport is 40 km from Bellary and around 1.7 km from Vidyanagar Township. It is easily accessible by local transport or on foot from the township The Airports Authority of India (AAI) manages the airport.With the launch of the Ministry of Civil Aviation's UDAAN initiative, Vijayanagar Airport became the country's first private airport to accept flight operations, and it has handled over one lakh passengers in the past three years. Over the last three years, JSW Group has invested 48 crores on airport expansion and runway upgrades to strengthen the present infrastructure.Jindal Vijaynagar Airport comprises a single 1,500-by-30-m runway. The passenger terminal is spread across an area of 190-square-metre, comprising a single check-in desk, a security lane, a baggage scanner, and a waiting room with space.

About Vidyanagar

Vidyanagar is a township in Bellary in the state of Karnataka. A part of the Gulbarga Division, the city of Bellary is located near Hampi. It is famous for the Bellary Fort which sits atop the Fort Hill. The Fort Hill, also known as Ballari Gudda, is the world's second largest monolithic hill.Bellary has seen several dynasties fight for their stronghold over the region for centuries. Some of these dynasties include the Mauryas, Pallavas, Satavahanas, Chalukyas, and Hoysalas. Various structures and monuments were built in this district during the British Era.Any visitor to Vidyanagar, or Bellary, can expect to be pleasantly surprised by the local hospitality in the area. The locals are very friendly and helpful, and come from rich artistic and literary traditions.The staple crops of the region are jowar and ragi; Ragi Mudde is a popular local dish. The people of the region speak Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, Telugu, and English. Kannada, however, is the primary language of the people. Some of the festivals that are celebrated here are Ganesh Chaturthi, Ramzan, Dussehra, Ugadi, Diwali, etc.

About Amritsar Airport

Amritsar Airport, also known as Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ), is an international airport that serves Amritsar and its neighbouring region. It is located close to the Rajasansi village, and is 11 km northwest of the heart of Amritsar.The airport is one of the biggest in North India and serves over 100+ domestic and international flights. Air India, Qatar Airways, and Turkmenistan Airlines are the leading airline carriers with regular service out of Amritsar airport to international destinations that include Dubai, Birmingham, Doha, Tashkent, and Ashgabat.The airport has just one passenger terminal which is equipped with some of the most modern facilities. The integrated and renovated terminal can accommodate about 1.46 million passengers annually. During peak hours, the terminal is capable of handling 1200 passengers per hour.The services offered at Amritsar Airport include restaurants and cafes, an information desk, ATMs, paid portage, free trolleys, lost-and-found, VIP rooms, and duty-free shops. The distances between the city's bus and train stations and the airport are 23 km and 22 km, respectively. The airport is connected to all the key locations in the city.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is located in the northern part of the state of Punjab. Located in the northwestern part of India, the city is just about 25 km east of the Pakistan border. It is one of the largest cities in Punjab and is a major commercial hub and transportation centre.This culturally-rich city is also a prominent place for Sikh pilgrimage. One of the principal places of worship for the Sikh communityóSri Harmandir Sahib, globally famous as the Golden Templeóis in Amritsar.The city derives its name from Amrit Sarovar, which was built by Guru Ram Das in the village of Tung, as he believed that the lake's water is very holy and contains healing powers. In the past, Amritsar was also known as Ramdaspur and Ambarsar. Amritsar is located on the Grand Trunk Road, which runs from Delhi to Amritsar, goes on to connect with Lahore in modern-day Pakistan and even on to Kabul. It was first conceptualised by Sher Shah Suri.People in most of the major cities of Punjab, including Amritsar, speak Punjabi and use the Gurmukhi vernacular script for writing. Amritsar celebrates a multitude of festivals, such as Baisakhi, Basant Panchami, Lohri, Ram Tirth Fair, Diwali and Bandi Chhor Divas. Moreover, during the build-up to Guru Nanak Jayanti, the Golden Temple is illuminated spectacularly, especially on the eve of Gurpurab, to celebrate the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.The major folk dances of Amritsar are Bhangra and Giddha, where the performers wear a dhoti, a long kurta and a short jacket. Some of the major dishes that one must try when in Amritsar include Amritsari Kulcha, Shami Kebab, Makke Ki Roti, Sarson Da Saag, Paya, etc.
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Airport Information

Amritsar

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

Vidyanagar

Jindal Vijaynagar Airport, 5JHH+97P, Kudligi Rd, Toranagallu, Karnataka 583123

Frequently Asked Questions

The city has limited public transportation. You can take a bus, rickshaw, auto, or other shared vehicles, or hire a private vehicle.
Amritsar Airport is about 11 km away from the city.
The India-Pakistan border is just 30 km away from the Amritsar city centre.
As it is located in the southern state of Karnataka, summers are hot and humid, while winters are pleasant and relatively dry.
Presently, there are no flights on the Amritsar to Vidyanagar route. Passengers can take a flight from Amritsar to Bangalore Airport and then take a flight to Vidyanagar from Bangalore. There are around 12 flights every day from Amritsar to Bangalore. This route has 1 direct flight operated by IndiGo which takes about 3 hr to reach Bangalore.
At least three days in Amritsar is sufficient to explore the best of its attractions, culture, and food.
Hall Bazar Akal Takht Durgiana Temple
Hazara Rama Temple Hampi Kaladham O.P. Jindal Museum
The famous foods of Amritsar are chole kulcha, tandoori chicken, keema, mutton chaap, sarso da saag, and makki ki roti.
You must try bisi bele bath, neer dosa, and Mysore masala dosa in Vidyanagar.
Tourists can choose between hotels and guest houses, with the latter often offering a more immersive and rustic experience. Both are generally very affordable in the city.
The best time to visit Amritsar is between November and March.
The Golden Temple, the holiest site for Sikhs, is located in this city; hence, it is called the Golden City of India.