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Are you looking for a flight from Bagdogra to Imphal?Adani One allows you to find the cheapest flights from Bagdogra to Imphal. Check out the detailed airfare calendar on the platform to book a flight from Bagdogra to Imphal. Simply enter the names of your current city and the destination city to view a comprehensive list of flights on that route. The platform offers several discounts on flights operated by several domestic carriers, including Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Vistara. If your travel dates are fixed, you could book a return flight in advance to get better discounts on your air ticket.Currently, there are no direct flights between the two cities. Around 10 connecting flights are operated by AirAsia, IndiGo, and Air India from Bagdogra to Imphal. There are only connecting flights on this route, with layovers in Delhi, Kolkata, and Guwahati. The shortest flight duration between Bagdogra and Imphal is 3 hours and 10 minutes. Check out the airfare calendar on Adani One to find cheap air tickets from Bagdogra to Imphal and make your bookings today!

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo09:50
Bagdogra
15:10
Imphal
05h 20m₹5,551
Air India Express08:20
Bagdogra
14:40
Imphal
30h 20m₹22,806
Vistara10:35
Bagdogra
15:00
Imphal
04h 25m₹25,646
Vistara14:40
Bagdogra
14:40
Imphal
24h 00m₹67,418

Bagdogra to Imphal Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

04h 25m

First Flight

Air India Express Air India Express-9812,departs at 08:20

Last Flight

Vistara UK-726, departs at 14:40

Popular Airlines from Bagdogra to Imphal

IndiGo, Air India Express, Vistara

Total flights to Travel from Bagdogra to Imphal in a day

4

Airport Codes for Bagdogra and Imphal

IXB-Bagdogra, IMF-Imphal
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About Imphal Airport

Officially known as Bir Tikendrajit International Airport, Imphal Airport (IATA: IMF) is located 8 km southwest of the city centre. The airport served as a supply airfield for the allied forces during World War II. Today, it serves as one of the most active airports in the Northeast. The airport is served by Air India, IndiGo, and AirAsia, which run flights to various cities in the country, including Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, Bagdogra, and Dimapur. Imphal Airport has a single integrated terminal spread over 7500 sq m and has four boarding gates. Many facilities are available at the terminal for the convenience of passengers, including Wi-Fi facilities, a childcare room, a medical room, an information counter, a smoking zone, wheelchair facilities for the elderly and the differently-abled, and waiting rooms. Visitors can take a bus or hire a taxi outside the airport to travel to the city centre.

About Imphal

The capital of the state of Manipur, Imphal, is nestled in a valley at an elevation of 2,500 ft above sea level. Over the years, Imphal has emerged as a popular destination on the tourist trail in the Northeast. Famed for its scenic beauty, the city boasts a landscape of lush green valleys, beautiful hills, and clear skies. Imphal is also home to the oldest polo ground in the world. There is much to see and explore in the city, from forts and museums to temples and vibrant local markets. Imphal was the capital of the rulers of Manipur until the city came under the control of the British. The city was the site of a battle between the Anglo-Indian and Japanese armies during World War II in 1944. Today, Imphal has grown into a cultural hub known for its age-old traditions in music, dance, and arts and crafts. The city is also a major centre for cottage industries, brassware, bronzeware, and weaving. A trip to the local bazaars offers a glimpse into the culture of Manipur. Among these is the Khwairamband Bazaar, one of the country's largest all-women markets. While here, do try the local chamthong (vegetable stew), eromba (vegetables and fish), nga thongba (fish curry), and morok metpa (fish and chilli chutney). The best time to visit Imphal is from September to April when the weather is pleasant. Festivals like Ningol Chak Kouba, Yaoshang (Holi), Kut Festival, Moatsu, Sekrenyi, and Christmas are celebrated here enthusiastically.

Place to visit in Imphal

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Keibul Lamjao National Park

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Loktak Lake

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War Cemetery

About Bagdogra Airport

Situated around 4 km southeast of the city, Bagdogra International Airport (IATA: IXB) serves as a gateway to many tourist destinations in North Bengal and Sikkim. The airport is run as a civil enclave at the AFS Bagdogra unit of the Indian Air Force. The airport has a single terminal that handles domestic and international flights and is served by Air India, Go Air and SpiceJet, which run flights to several cities, including Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, and Guwahati. The airport also operates international flights to Bhutan and Bangkok. For the convenience of travellers, there are free luggage trolleys, special assistance for the elderly and differently-abled, medical services, a childcare room, and a wheelchair facility. There are numerous places to eat and drink and duty-free stores where travellers can browse the merchandise. There are prepaid taxi services available outside the airport. Bus services to Siliguri are available at a short distance from the airport.

About Bagdogra

Tucked away in the Himalayan foothills, Bagdogra is a picturesque hill station located 11 km from Siliguri in West Bengal. Popularly known as the gateway to the Northeast, it is famous for its tea gardens and tranquil atmosphere. Surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas and many hills, the town is a treat for nature lovers. Bagdogra is a small town that is best explored on long walks when you can take in the scenic views ó sunsets are particularly beautiful in Bagdogra. If you are an adventure enthusiast, you will enjoy rafting on the Teesta River. Be sure to try the Tibetan specialities at the local eateries. If your itinerary allows, plan a trip to Murti, around 85 km northeast of Bagdogra. Murti serves as a good base for visiting Gorumara National Park and Chapramari Wildlife Sanctuary nearby. The best time to visit Bagdogra is from March to June and September to early December. The town sees crowds of visitors during summer when there isnít much rainfall and the weather is pleasant. The festivals of Durga Puja and Kali Puja are of great significance to the locals.

Place to visit in Bagdogra

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Coronation Bridge

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Darjeeling

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Salugara Monastery

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Airport Information

Bagdogra

M8PG+25X, Distt. Darjeeling Siliguri, Bagdogra, West Bengal 734421

Imphal

Bir Tikendrajit International Airport, NH2, Ghari, Imphal, Manipur 795140

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, prepaid cab facilities are available at Bagdogra Airport.
Imphal does not experience snowfall.
It rarely snows in Darjeeling. However, the temperature can sometimes drop below 0∞C in winter.
Visitors can hire taxis, rickshaws, buses, and auto-rickshaws to get around the city.
Yes, Siliguri is a popular hill station with mountains and rivers near Bagdogra.
Bhutia Market, Nehru Market, Tibetan Refugee Self-Help Centre, and Mall Road are the best places to shop.
You can shop at Paona Bazaar, Nagamapal Market, Khwairamband Bazar, Tera Bazaar, Ima Keithel Market, and GM Hall in Imphal.
You can shop for silk saris, Tangkhul scarves, shawls, Lanshingpee Manipuri blankets, bamboo artefacts, bridal dolls, kettles, pots, and pans at the market here.
The IATA codes for Bagdogra and Imphal international airports are IXB and IMF, respectively.
Darjeeling is known for its momos, thukpa, shaphalay, traditional Nepali thali, and aloo dum.
November to February is a good time to visit Bagdogra when the weather is cool and pleasant.
Imphal is best visited from September to April.
The traditional dress of Imphal is Innaphi (a shawl or wrap worn on the upper part of the body) and Phanek (a sarong).
The capital city of Manipur, Imphal, is famous for its forts, museums, temples, and vibrant local markets. The city also prides itself on its age-old music, dance, and arts and crafts.