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Bagdogra to Hubli Flights

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Adani One is your one-stop platform to book air tickets. Adani One will help you find the best flight deals and cashback offers, be it on a Bagdogra to Hubli flight or a Hubli to Bagdogra flight. The platform lists all domestic carriers, including IndiGo, Go First, and Air India. You can also choose your departure time and embark on the journey of your choice. There are regular discounts and special offers for both connecting and direct flights. We recommend booking a return flight if you are sure about your arrival date. Take advantage of the discounted prices that come with return tickets.

Many connecting flights operate weekly on the Bagdogra to Hubli route. IndiGo primarily operates these flights. While direct flights are the most convenient, connecting flights have shorter layovers via cities such as Bangalore. Adani One will show you the best deals to get the lowest airfare. Book your flight now and look at the great deals, cashback, offers, and discounts. Check out the flight calendar to book your Bagdogra to Hubli flight on Adani One.

There are many options available for flights from Bagdogra to Hubli every week. Select the one most suited to your travel purpose. The shortest flight takes 8 hours and 50 minutes from Bagdogra to Hubli, with a layover of 4 hours and 35 mins in Bangalore.

Flights from Bagdogra to Hubli


About Hubli Airport

Hubli Airport (IATA code: HBX) is the hub of air transport for the twin cities of Hubli and Dharwad in Karnataka, India. The airport is located 8 km west of Hubli, on Gokul Road.

Hubli is a domestic airport with airlines such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India and Alliance Air operating flights to all major cities of India. The airport provides all services and facilities for the travellers' convenience, comfort and safety, such as free trolleys, medical first-aid room, lost and found baggage counter, lounge, counter for taxi bookings, etc. Foodies travelling to Hubli should try out the famous Dharwad peda, a sweet item made from milk readily available in and around the region.

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About Hubli

Hubli is the second-largest city in Karnataka, the capital of North Karnataka, and one of the fastest-growing cities. It is also known as 'Chotta Mumbai' because of its strong economy. Hubli, in Kannada, means "flowering creeper". It is often associated with Dharwad, located around 20 km from Hubli.

Hubli was also known as Rayara Hubli, Purballi, or Eleya Purvada Hali in ancient times. Large amounts of iron and saltpetre are found here and exported to other parts of India. During British rule, Old Huli and New Hubli were combined by the establishment of a new railway station in Hubli, making Hubli an industrial and commercial centre.

Hubli is a major tourist destination in south India and the second-largest commercial hub of Karnataka after Bangalore. The city is an industrial hub; many commodities such as peanuts and cotton are grown here. The city's added advantage is its agriculture, which contributes to its economy and lifestyle.

Hubli is a hub of commerce and multiculturalism. It's home to various religions, including Islam, Christianity, Jainism, and Hinduism. Ganesh Chaturthi, one of the most celebrated festivals, is celebrated with great pomp. Some popular dishes that the people of Hubli love are Girmit and Jaloda Rotti Oota.

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Banashankari Temple

Banashankari Temple is about 9 km from Hubli and dates back to the 13th century. The Chalukyas built this temple to honour the goddess Banashankari Amma, an incarnation of Goddess Parvati. The temple is a fine example of Chalukya art and their stone carving prowess. 

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Gayatri Tapovan

Gayatri Tapovan is one of the places you should visit in Hubli. This place is well-known for its beauty and cultural and spiritual events. It was originally known as 'Navakalyana Matha' and was founded by Sri Kumar Swamiji. His followers kept the place well-maintained after his death. 

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ISKCON Krishna Balaram Temple

The serene Hindu temple of ISKCON Krishna Balaram Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Krishna, is one of Hubli's most sacred spots. Located in Rayapur, the temple shares striking similarities with the ISKCON temple at Bengaluru. The temple offers a midday meal for 80,000 children from Hubli and Dharwad. 

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Nrupatunga Hill

Located in the Unkal Lake, Nrupatunga Hill is a hillock that offers a fantastic panoramic view and an escape from the busy din of the city area, making for one of the most rewarding tourist places in Hubli. Rejuvenate yourself by strolling along the paths carved on the hill and enjoying the green and fresh surroundings.  

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Vittal Temple

Vittal Temple is one of the sacred shrines of Hubli that one must visit. It has an orange-red structure, and the temple houses a beautiful idol you can see as you enter. 


About Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport (IATA: IXB) is about 16 km west of Siliguri, in the Darjeeling region in northern West Bengal, India. It is operated by the Indian Air Force (IAF) as a civil enclave. It serves as the gateway airport to Sikkim and the hill station towns of Kurseong and Kalimpong. This airport issues permits to foreign tourists who wish to travel to Sikkim.

It is the regional hub for flights to Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Guwahati, and Bangalore. Regular helicopter flights are available to Gangtok (the capital of Sikkim). This airport is the only one in India with zero sales tax on aviation fuel or ATF, which is responsible for the increased number of flights and the rapid increase in passengers.

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About Bagdogra

Bagdogra is a great place to spend a mid-summer holiday. You will find lush green tea gardens, stunning views of snow-covered Himalayas, and beautiful homes. It is close to Siliguri and Darjeeling and is an entry point to many cities in northern West Bengal.

It is also a popular tourist spot. The city is known for its Buddhist influences, and major festivals such as Durga Puja and Kali Puja are also celebrated here. Bagdogra's Sevokeswarikali Kali temple is well worth a visit, as is Salugara Monastery.

River rafting is possible on the River Teesta, which runs near the town. You can also travel to Sikkim from Bagdogra to visit the famous sparkling Lake Tsomgo.

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Darjeeling is a famous Indian hill station and a popular location for shooting movies. Even Hollywood movies have been shot here with the background of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. This mini-railway takes passengers to remote areas and hills with stunning natural beauty. Darjeeling is considered a paradise in the Lower Himalayas and has been a tourist attraction ever since the days of British rule. It is well-known for its large tea plantations and exceptional quality tea.

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Jalpai, which means olive, was found growing across Jalpaiguri during the early 1900s. Jalpaiguri district shares borders with Bangladesh in the East and Bhutan in the North. A short drive from Jalpaiguri takes you to the Darjeeling hills, making it an ideal destination for a day trip. Jalpaiguri tourism attracts travellers from Siliguri and other northern West Bengal towns.

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The town of Jhalong is on the banks of Jaldhaka, along the route to Kalimpong. This town is right at the foothills of the Himalayas, where you can see the breathtaking beauty these majestic mountains have to offer. It is only 100 km from Siliguri, close to the India-Bhutan border, so a lot of Bhutanese influence can be felt in their food and traditions.

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This beautiful hill station is in the Indian state of West Bengal. Kalimpong is 4000 feet above sea level with pristine air and brilliant holiday weather. This makes it a popular attraction for backpackers and family travellers alike. Kalimpong's location allows you to experience West Bengal traditions, including its art, food, and people. The hill station is nestled in the Himalayan ranges.

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Mongpong, the gateway to Dooars, is on the banks of the River Teesta. Two of the most popular tourist spots are the Mahananda Sanctuary and the Teesta Basin. Tourists are attracted to Mongpong's scenic beauty, and there are many forest reserves in the area, small shops selling necessities and a check-post by the forest department. Sevoke bazaar is a small marketplace selling local products on the banks of the river Teesta nearby.

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Murti is a small hamlet named after the River Murti that flows down the Kalimpong hills. Here, visitors can rent a bungalow to stay in the middle of wildlife and lush greenery. The West Bengal Forest Development Corporation promotes tourism in Murti and is constantly building new accommodations to make it more accessible and better for tourists.

Frequently Asked Questions

Each day, approximately 1 flight operates from Bagdogra Airport to Hubli. 

 The flight duration from Bagdogra and Hubli is 8 hours and 50 minutess, with a layover of 4 hours and 35 minutes.

Bagdogra Airport's IATA code is IXB. 

IndiGo is the operator with the most flights on the Bagdogra to Hubli route. 

A Bagdogra-Hubli economy class ticket allows you to carry 7 kg cabin baggage and 15 kg checked luggage. 

Currently, there are no duty-free shops at the Bagdogra International airport. 

 Hubli Airport has only one runway. 

The IATA code for the Hubli airport is HBX. 

Hubli Airport has an advanced system to ensure smooth and safe flight operations. The much-awaited New Indic Landing System (ILS) is in place. 

Hubli is also called Hubballi, which means ‘Flowering Creeper’ in Kannada.  

Dharwad is about 18 km from Hubli. They are also called the twin cities of Karnataka.  

Bagdogra is about 13 hours from Kolkata by road. You can take a direct flight from Kolkata to Bagdogra, which takes about an hour.  

Yes, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi is just a 3 hour's drive from Hubli.  

Hubli Airport is only 8 km west of Hubli, on Gokul Road.  
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Airport Information

Hubli Gokul Rd, Gandhi Nagar, Hubli, Karnataka 580030

Bagdogra Distt. Darjeeling Siliguri, Bagdogra, West Bengal 734421