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Aurangabad to Hubli Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

09h 25m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-5158,departs at 06:45

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-5158, departs at 06:45

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Airport Codes for Aurangabad and Hubli-Dharwad

IXU-Aurangabad, HBX-Hubli-Dharwad

About Hubli Airport

Hubli Airport (IATA Code: HBX) is a domestic airport serving Hubli as well as Dharwad . Located 8 km west of the city centre, it is the third-busiest airport in Karnataka. Major airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet and Alliance Air connect this airport to major cities in the country. The airport has one terminal that can handle around 72 passengers each at arrivals and departures. The airport has one boarding gate, 2 check-in counters, and 1 security check counter. Facilities like free trolleys, a medical first-aid room, telephones, a security hold area, wheelchair assistance, a childcare room, a snack bar, and tea and coffee vending machines are available for passengers. Taxi and car rental services are available outside the airport, to get to Hubli city.

About Hubli

Hubli is a city in the Indian state of Karnataka and is also called Hubballi (meaning ëblossoming creeperí) . In ancient times, it was known as Rayara Hubli . Hubli, along with Dharwad 20 km away, forms the twin cities of Hubli-Dharwad. Together, they comprise the largest metropolitan area in North Karnataka. The two cities were formally combined when the Hubli-Dharwad Municipal Corporation was established in 1962. Located in Karnataka's Dharwad district, Hubli is a large administrative centre. It is home to the greatest number of government offices outside the stateís capital, Bengaluru. Hubli is also a major commercial and industrial centre and has a robust economy. Cotton farming and trading in iron and saltpetre helped it flourish and become a commercial hub in earlier times. Today, it is known for its textile mills and handloom industry. Hubli has a rich history. The Hubli-Dharwad region has been ruled by various empires over the centuries. It was under the control of the Vijayanagara kings, who developed its cotton and iron industry. In the 17th century, the colonial British opened a trading outpost here but the region soon fell to the Marathas and then the Mughals, and was ruled by their local governors. The region then passed to Hyder Ali, father of the great Tipu Sultan and ruler of Mysore. It returned to the control of the Marathas under the Peshwas, only to go back to the British. Given the rich tapestry of rulers and people who have ruled and lived in the region, Hubli is a melting pot of ethnic groups, enriching the city's cultural diversity. The best time to visit Hubli is in winter, from November to February, when the mercury stays below 20∞C. The region experiences a long, hot, and dry summer , followed by the monsoon.

About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA Code: IXU), also known as Chikkalthana Airport, is a domestic airport located in Aurangabad city. It has a single terminal, which was expanded and renovated, and reopened in 2008. The airport is connected to several major cities in India, including Delhi and Mumbai. Airlines, including IndiGo and Air India, operate regular flights. Passenger amenities at the airport include retail outlets, a snack bar, a newspaper kiosk, a florist and an ATM. Wheelchairs and other mobility aids and support for the elderly and physically disabled passengers are all readily accessible. Thereís also a daycare facility and lost and found luggage counters. In terms of transportation, the airport in Aurangabad is well-connected to other destinations and offers a variety of choices. There are private and state-owned interstate buses and conventional cab services. Car rental and prepaid taxi services are also available from private service providers.

About Aurangabad

Aurangabad is a tourist hotspot in the state of Maharashtra. Home to the world-famous Ajanta and Ellora caves, both of them UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Aurangabad is Maharashtra's fourth most populous city. Despite its rapid industrialisation, the city has preserved some of its historical features and customs. Originally called Khadki and Fatehnagar, Aurangabad was established by Malik Ambar, the famous African slave, or Siddi, who went on to become the ruler of the Ahmadnagar Sultanate. He founded the city in 1610 CE. A couple of decades later , with the end of the Nizam Shahi dynasty, the city came under the rule of the Mughals. It was named Aurangabad by the future Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, who made it his headquarters when he was the Viceroy of the Deccan. Aurangabad flourished under the Nizams of Hyderabad but its importance diminished when the capital was shifted to Hyderabad in 1763 when Hyderabad was a Princely state. After Indiaís independence, Aurangabad remained a part of Hyderabad state and became a part of Bombay state. When the state was divided into the separate states of Maharashtra and Gujarat in the 1950s, Aurangabad was transferred to Maharashtra. Aurangabad has many historic treasures that bring tourists here in large numbers. Topping the list are the Ajanta caves and the Ellora caves. Monuments and historic and religious sites in and around the city, such as Daulatabad, Khuldabad and Bibi-Ka-Maqbara, are tourist magnets.

Place to visit in Aurangabad


Ajanta Caves


Bibi Ka Maqbara


Ellora Caves


Airport Information


Aurangabad Airport, Jalna Road, MIDC Industrial Area, Chilkalthana, Aurangabad, Maharashtra 431006


Hubballi Airport, 934M+VWX, Gokul Rd, Gandhi Nagar, Hubballi, Karnataka 580030

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the Saptakunda Falls are a natural wonder on the other side of the hill into which the world-famous Ajanta caves have been cut. Here, water from the Waghora River, which originates in these hills, cascades into seven ponds (sapta kunda) and falls into a pool at the bottom.
There are no direct flights from Aurangabad to Hubli but there is a daily connecting flight between the two cities. This is an IndiGo flight departing at 07:05 hours with a layover in Mumbai. It takes 09 h 20 m.
Yes, you can but it is more efficient to fly from Aurangabad to Mumbai and then book another flight from Mumbai to Hubli. This is because there are no direct flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore , and you will have to cover around 415 km from Bangalore to Hubli.
Yes, Aurangabad is one of Indiaís top tourist destinations and has many attractions in and around the city such as the Bibi Ka Maqbara, Daulatabad, Khuldabad, Killa Arak and Salim Ali Lake.
Since there is only one daily flight from Aurangabad to Hubli , you can book a flight from Aurangabad to Mumbai and another from Mumbai to Hubli . There are plenty of flights on both routes.
The IATA codes for Aurangabad and Hubli Airports are IXU and HBX.
There are quite a few places to visit that will keep children engaged. Among these are Siddharth Garden in Samarth Nagar in the city and the Gautala Wildlife Sanctuary around 72 km northwest of the city.
Aurangabad is most famously associated with the Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves, both UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is also known for the Bibi Ka Maqbara , which is known as the ëTaj of the Deccaní.
Aurangabad can be visited at any time of the year. However, summers are hot and could be uncomfortable for sightseeing. Winter, from October to March, is the best time to visit Aurangabad.
The months of October through February are ideal for visiting Hubli.
Dandeli is a must-visit destination near Hubli. Situated on the banks of the Kali River, Dandeli is a haven for adventure enthusiasts and nature lovers. It has dense forest cover and a wildlife sanctuary. You can also enjoy activities such as kayaking, rafting, canoeing, cycling, boating, trekking, and mountain biking. It is around 75 km west of Hubli.
For Hubliís signature akki roti, try Kamat Food Republic in New Hubli.
Aurangabad Airport is located on Jalna road, Chikalthana, in the city.
The top attractions in Hubli include Shri Bhagavan Shankar Temple, Chandramouleshwara Temple, Glass House of Indra Gandhi, and Nrupatunga Betta, among others.
Hubli is a commercial and industrial town and, along with Dharwad, they form the twin cities of Hubli-Dharwad. Together, they comprise the largest metropolitan area in North Karnataka.