Aurangabad to Vidyanagar Flights

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Book the Cheapest Aurangabad to Vidyanagar Flights on Adani One!Are you looking for a flight from Aurangabad to Vidyanagar? Adani One makes booking flight tickets easier by providing access to various features such as flight schedules and an airfare calendar. All the major airlines, including Air India, AirAsia, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara, are listed on the platform. To offer you the best prices, it compares all the major airlines that operate flights from Aurangabad to Vidyanagar. With its airfare calendar, you can compare the prices of all the flights and easily book the cheapest flights with updated discounts and offers.There are no flights between Aurangabad to Vidyanagar. To reach Vidyanagar, take a flight from Aurangabad to Bangalore and then reach Vidyanagar by bus or cab. Currently, there are around eight connecting flights from Aurangabad to Bangalore. The distance between Bangalore and Vidyanagar is about 350 km, which can be easily covered by bus.

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About Vidyanagar Airport

The construction of Bengaluru International Airport was started in 2005. The airport's IATA code is BLR. Kempegowda International Airport is India's third-busiest airport after Delhi and Mumbai. Bengaluru Airport was named the 'Best Regional Airport in India and Central Asia' by Skytrax. Plans to construct a second terminal are underway, which would increase its annual passenger capacity to 65 million. It is situated around 35 km north of the city, close to the suburb of Devanahalli. The airport has two runways and a single-passenger terminal for domestic and international travel. It offers good connectivity to the city via bus and cab to the city centre. An hourly bus service connects passengers from the airport to the city's bus terminus.

About Vidyanagar

Vidyanagar, a township located in Toranagallu of Karnataka State, provides a diverse topography for a perfect getaway. It is a fantastic vacation spot for both history buffs and environmentalists. The brainchild of Sajjan Jindal and Sangita Jindal of JSW Steel Group, the eco-friendly township, won the Prime Ministerís National Award for Excellence in Urban Planning and Design in 2003. Located very close to UNESCO World Heritage Site - Hampi, this township is a modern architectural marvel. Famous architect Gerard Da Cunha used his unique and sustainable style of using recycled, salvaged, and pre-fabricating systems to build this township. Most structures in this town have been built with granite and Cuddappah stone. The Vidyanagar township attracts many visitors each year, who come here to spend time amid nature and explore buildings, temples, structures, and a lake built using an amalgamation of traditional and modern architectural styles. The months starting from October till March are the best period to visit Vidyanagar, owing to the pleasant weather during this time of the year.

About Aurangabad Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA code: IXU) is a public airport in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. The official opening ceremony was held on November 21st, 2008, in the presence of Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel. As part of the overall development plan, the development work took place in several phases. Its single integrated terminal is serviced by domestic flights and has one boarding gate equipped and three X-ray baggage scanners. The general services offered at the terminal for arrival include a car rental centre and a tourist information centre, hotel reservations counter, and an in-flight sales store. Wheelchairs, trolleys, childcare rooms, and other amenities are available on the airport premises. The departure area has a newspaper stand, a snack bar, and a TR stall. The security hold area has a newspaper stand, an artificial jewellery store, and a clothing shop. Facilities located outside the terminal comprise an ATM counter and an entry ticket counter, a florist shop, a snack bar, and car parking. Aurangabad Airport is well-connected to other destinations and has convenient transportation options for passengers. Alongside city bus services, both state and private operators offer general taxi and interstate bus services. Tourists can also take advantage of pre-paid taxi services, interstate taxi/taxi services, and car rental services provided by private service companies.

About Aurangabad

Aurangabad, named in honour of Aurangzeb, was the capital city of Aurangzeb from 1653 until 1707. Aurangabad is a prominent tourist destination with significant attractions like Ajanta and Ellora (UNESCO World Heritage Sites) and Bibi-ka-Maqbara, a world-renowned Mughal monument. Aurangabad is known as the "City of Gates" because it has 52 historic gates. It is one of the fastest developing cities in India and a major industrial hub. The city has several tombs, palaces, and parks, making it an ideal tourist location for architecture and history lovers. Aurangabad also offers a variety of metal and handicrafts, which make for great souvenirs. Aurangabad, the fourth-highest populated city in Maharashtra, is located on an upland hill situated in the Deccan Traps. The area is famous for its cotton-based textiles and innovative manufacturing of silk fabrics. The city has many renowned academic institutions, including Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University. Aurangabad has a rich and diverse cultural heritage, which is evident in handicrafts and art sold throughout the region. Aurangabad's Bidri work is well-known locally and internationally.

Place to visit in Aurangabad

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Ajanta Caves

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Bibi-Ka-Maqbara

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Daulatabad Fort

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Ellora Caves

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Panchakki

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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

Vidyanagar

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

Frequently Asked Questions

You can approach the airline's staff you have travelled with and provide your boarding pass and details of the lost baggage.
The distance between Vidyanagar Township and Bangalore by road is around 350 km .
You can take up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of checked-in baggage per passenger , but it can vary depending on the carrier and travel class.
Yes, Hampi is located at a distance of approximately 32 k m from Vidyanagar Township by road.
Naan khaliya, a non-vegetarian speciality unique to Aurangabad, is the city's historic dish .
Aurangabad is famous for the Ajanta and Ellora Caves, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites .
Aurangabad is also known as the City of Gates.
The aerial distance between Aurangabad and Bangalore is 1037 km.
The most popular food items in the city are rogan josh, tabak maaz, al yakin, yakhni etc.
The old name of Aurangabad is Khadki.
Gul Mandi in Aurangabad is well-known for selling exquisite goods, including traditional Himroo shawls.
Bannihatti Railway Station is the nearest railway station to Vidyanagar, located at a distance of approximately 3.34 km.