Aurangabad to Mysore Flights

Hero Banner
  • Book Flight
  • Flight Status
  • One Way

    Trip type

  • Wed, 31 Jul

    Return on

  • Regular

    Fare Type

Do you want to travel from Aurangabad to Mysore?Adani One is your platform to book all your flight tickets at attractive prices. You can search and choose the most affordable flight from an airfare calendar that lists all available flights for your destination. Adani One offers you an easy experience in booking your flight tickets. Currently, there are no direct flights operating from Aurangabad to Mysore. However, you can book a flight from Aurangabad to Bangalore, and further drive from Bangalore to Mysore. A drive from Bangalore to Mysore which are around 145 km apart can be completed in around 3 hours.


About Mysore Airport

Mysore Airport (IATA: MYQ, ICAO: VOMY) also known as the Mandakalli airport, is located in Mandakalli, around 10 km south of the city centre. Although the history of the airport dates back to 1948, it started complete commercial operations in 2010. The airport has only one terminal and serves domestic arrivals. Despite being relatively small, it is a fairly busy airport. Facilities such as baggage services, baggage trolleys, buggy services, lounges, wheelchair assistance, places to eat and shop, free Wi-Fi, duty-free shopping and so on are available at the airport. Travellers can hire taxis and auto rickshaws to reach the city centre. Bus services are also available outside.

About Mysore

Mysore, now officially known as Mysuru, is the third-largest and the second most-populated city in Karnataka. Mysore is known for its rich cultural heritage since ancient times and was also the capital of the state of Mysore. It is considered to be the cultural capital of Karnataka. The city is also known as the City of Palaces, due to the grand palaces built during the time of Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and is a world tourist destination. The rulers of the Wodeyar family left their notable impressions on the city that is evident in the majestic palaces, monuments, ancient temples and historical culture. Kannada is the official language of Karnataka, and hence widely spoken in Mysore. However, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Hindi, English and Malayalam are also spoken here. Karnataka has a rich culture and tradition of folk arts and folklore. Mysore retains its name and relevance through various traditions. The city is renowned for its exceptional quality of silk sarees called the Mysore silk, mouth watering delicacies such as Mysore Pak and Mysore Masala Dosa, stone sculptures, sandalwood and rosewood artefacts, incense sticks and also a unique tradition of painting called Mysore Painting. The famous festival of Mysore, that is Mysore Dasara is celebrated with a lot of pomp and grandeur for ten days. People from all over the world visit Mysore mainly to witness the celebrations.

About Aurangabad Airport

The Aurangabad airport is also known as the Chikkalthana Airport and is located 5.5 Km from the city centre and 11 km from the Aurangabad railway station. The IATA code of the airport is IXY and the airport has only one terminal servicing only domestic arrivals. The facilities available at the airport include baggage services, luggage trolleys, buggy services, lounges, wheelchair, restaurants and snack bars, free Wi-Fi, duty-free shops and so on. Additionally, there are ATMs, tourist information counters and hotel reservation counters.

About Aurangabad

Aurangabad is a tourist hub in Maharashtra. The city is named after the last powerful Mughal ruler, Aurangzeb, Aurangabad is a favourite tourist destination due to its proximity to two UNESCO World Heritage sites, Ajanta and Ellora caves. This makes Aurangabad among the only tourist places in India to have two heritage monuments. The whole district is rich in cultural heritage and historical monuments. Aurangabad is the administrative headquarters of the Marathwada region. The city once had 52 towering gates and was thus called the ëCity of Gatesí. The 17th century monument Bibi ka Maqbara in Aurangabad, draws inspiration from the Taj Mahal. Aurangazebís son built this monument for his mother. Aurangabad is also famous for its artistic silk fabrics and cotton clothes especially shawls.

Airport Information


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


Mysuru Domestic Airport, 6MH5+479, Kozhikode-Mysore-Kollegal Hwy, Mysuru, Karnataka 571311

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, there are cycle tours that guide travellers about the cityís history, traditions and lifestyle of the local people.
Yes, you are permitted to bring dry food products on board. However, it is advisable to review the norms and regulations of the specific airlines before boarding the aircraft.
Aurangabad Airport is only 11 Km from the city centre. To get to the airport, passengers can take taxis, buses and their own vehicles.
Mysore Airport is located about 10 Km from the city centre and is near the village of Mandalli. The airport offers a variety of transportation options including private taxis, auto rickshaws and government operated buses.
There are no direct flights between Aurangabad and Mysore. There are direct flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore. From Bangalore, it is a drive of about 145 km by road to Mysore.
15 kilograms of check-in baggage and 7 kg of cabin baggage are typically allowed for domestic flights. It is recommended to check the policies of your carrier in advance for any changes.
Aurangabad is famous for Ajanta and Ellora caves, Bibi ka Maqbara, many more caves and Grishneshwar temple. Aurangabad is also famous for its artistic silk fabrics, particularly shawls.
The aerial distance between Aurangabad and Mysore is approximately 854 Km.
There are no flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore. IndiGo and Alliance Air operate flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore.
The best wildlife reserve to spot tigers would be the Bandipur National Park and Nagarahole National Park.
Kannada is the official language in Mysore. However, people also speak Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Malayalam.
The shortest flight from Aurangabad to Bangalore takes around 3 hours and 40 minutes to reach the destination. Do check the Adani One portal for latest flight information.
Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV and his mother constructed the renowned Mysore Palace, the crown jewel of the city of palaces. They hired Henry Irwin, a British architect, to build the palace.