Aurangabad to Puttaparthi Flights

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Are you looking for flight tickets from Aurangabad to Puttaparthi? Adani One is here to offer you a smooth flight booking experience and the best airfare deals. The platform offers fantastic discounts on flights to any travel destination. All domestic carriers like Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Vistara are listed on the portal so that you can have a number of options. The airfare calendar on the portal shows the most convenient timings, the best offers, and the cheapest tickets. Book a round trip in advance if you have decided on your travel dates to save more money through cashback offers and other discounts. At present, there is no commercial aviation service at Puttaparthi Airport. The nearest airport to Puttaparthi is Bangalore Airport, which is around 127 km away. You can travel by train or road from Bangalore. There are around 10 flights operated by different airlines from Aurangabad to Bangalore daily. There are no direct flights, but you will find many connecting flights with short layovers in Hyderabad and Mumbai. Check the Adani One airfare calendar to get the updated flight schedule and the latest deals. Book your tickets today!

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About Puttaparthi Airport

Bangalore Airport is officially known as Kempegowda International Airport (IATA code: BLR). It is located in Devanahalli, around 40 km north of Bangalore city centre. The airport was built in 2005 and serves the state of Karnataka. Many different airlines fly out of the airport, but some of the most popular ones are SpiceJet, IndiGo, Malaysia Airlines, and Japan Airlines. It has an integrated domestic and international terminal. The second terminal is for Hajj pilgrims. Some of the services available at the airport are duty-free shopping, bars, ATMs, currency exchange services, medical aid, and car rentals. The airport also offers a vast range of shopping outlets and boutiques. The airport also provides a number of transport options, including buses, taxis, and shuttles.

About Puttaparthi

Puttaparthi is a city in Andhra Pradesh. It is globally renowned for being the native of spiritual guru Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The city hosts a lot of pilgrims every year. The town is so small that it can be easily navigated on foot. It was previously called Gollapalli and is located on the banks of the Chitravathi River. The Prasanthi Nilayam Temple, the Sai Kulwant Hall, and the Sri Sathya Sai Baba Ashram are a few of the city's top spots. The city is also home to many temples and religious sites. The old Gudimalkapur Temple, Kalpa Kshetra, Hanuman Temple, Sri Sathya Sai Baba Museum, and the hilltop temple at Chitravati are some of them. Apart from its temples, Puttaparthi is also famous for its scenic beauty. The town lies amid lush green hills and valleys with dense forests and rivers. Tourists can enjoy various outdoor activities such as trekking, birdwatching, and fishing. The best time to visit Puttaparthi is between November and February when the weather is pleasant and cool to enjoy the serene place.

About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport is also officially called Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj Airport (IATA code: IXU). The new airport building was completed in 2008. It reopened in November 2008, and commercial flights began on March 3, 2009. This airport offers both indirect and direct flights to many cities. Air India and Indian Airlines are some major airlines that fly on this route. It is a domestic airport, which is 6 km from the city centre. In addition to local bus services, there are cab and state bus services. The airport offers a variety of services and amenities. Wheelchair facilities are available for the elderly and specially-abled people. One can also find trolleys to carry big bags in and out of the airport. Other services include lost and found luggage counters, a daycare area, and first-aid.

About Aurangabad

Aurangabad is a city in Maharashtra. It lies on the Kaum River in a mountainous upland location. Malik Ambar built the city in 1610 and called it Khadki. Aurangabad has been an important centre for trade, culture, and education since ancient times. The city was under the Mughal rule with the collapse of the Nizam Shahi dynasty in 1633. It was finally called Aurangabad when it was under Aurangzeb. When the princely state was dissolved in 1948, the city became a part of Hyderabad state in independent India. The city is home to many historical monuments like Bibi Ka Maqbara, a replica of the Taj Mahal, and the world-famous Ajanta and Ellora Caves. The Ajanta and Ellora Caves were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. It is also known as the City of Gates because of its 52 gates. The gates were built to protect it from invaders in ancient times. Apart from its historical sites, Aurangabad is also known for its tasty cuisine with dishes like vada pav, pav bhaji, and sev puri. It is well-connected with other major cities in India through airways and railway networks. Shawls are among the fine silk textiles made famous in this city. It is a well-known educational hub and has many great universities. The climate in Aurangabad is usually hot and dry. The city sees a long and pleasant monsoon season from October to March.

Place to visit in Aurangabad

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Bibi Ka Maqbara

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Daulatabad Fort

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Pitalkhora Caves

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Siddharth Garden and Zoo

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Airport Information

Aurangabad

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

Puttaparthi

Frequently Asked Questions

At present, there are only connecting flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore with layovers in Hyderabad and Mumbai.
Usually, airlines allow food in spill-proof containers. Please check the norms before booking.
Only vegetarian food is available in Puttaparthi.
You can also take a train, flight, or bus from nearby cities such as Mumbai or Pune.
The Bangalore Airport is about 40 km from the city centre.
Nashik is about 190 km from Aurangabad.
Most airlines allow 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage. Please check the norms before booking.
No, it is used only for charter flights by VIPs.
Bangalore is just 110 km from Puttaparthi.
Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara, Panchakki, and Jain Temple.
IXU is the IATA code for Aurangabad Airport, and BIAL is the IATA code Bangalore Airport.
It is home to the famous Sri Sathya Sai Baba Ashram.
The winter months, from November to February, are the best time.
The best time to visit Puttaparthi is October to February when the weather is cool.
The city has a wide range of food like misal pav and vada pav.