Bagdogra to Jabalpur Flights Fare starting @ ₹8071 + Upto ₹2500 OFF

Hero Banner
  • Book Flight
  • Flight Status
  • One Way

    Trip type

  • Wed, 24 Jul

    Return on

  • Regular

    Fare Type

Are you looking for flights from Bagdogra to Jabalpur?Adani One is a complete gateway to booking flight tickets. Whether it is a Bagdogra to Jabalpur flight or a return flight, the platform shows all the scheduled flight booking details. You just need to type in the name of the source city and the destination city and a detailed airfare calendar will be displayed. Moreover, you will get air ticket deals, cashback offers, discounted airfares and flight ticket offers from several domestic carriers, such as IndiGo, Air India, Air Asia and SpiceJet. It is also advisable to book a return flight if you have a pre-decided timeframe for your trip to get the maximum monetary benefits. Currently, a single connecting flight is available on the Bagdogra to Jabalpur route. This flight is operated by IndiGo and takes around 6 hours and 45 minutes. As only one connecting flight is available on the route, you also consider taking a flight from Bagdogra to New Delhi. Multiple connecting and direct flights are available on the Bagdogra to New Delhi route. From New Delhi Airport, around 3 direct flights are available to Jabalpur operated by IndiGo, Spice Jet and Alliance Air. So, overall, you would probably be saving some time by taking the connecting flights operating the Bagdogra - Delhi - Jabalpur route. Check out Adani One for any updates on cashback and discount offers, and book your Bagdogra to Jabalpur flight ticket today!

Book Flight from Bagdogra to Jabalpur














05h 05m₹8,071

Bagdogra to Jabalpur Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

05h 05m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-5249,departs at 10:10

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-5249, departs at 10:10

Popular Airlines from Bagdogra to Jabalpur


Total flights to Travel from Bagdogra to Jabalpur in a day


Airport Codes for Bagdogra and Jabalpur

IXB-Bagdogra, JLR-Jabalpur

About Jabalpur Airport

Jabalpur Airport, also called Dumna Airport (IATA Code: JLR), is an airport that serves the city of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. It is located around 25 km from the city centre. It is operated and maintained by the Airports Authority of India. The airport is situated at a height of 495 m above sea level. Jabalpur Airport is ranked 3rd among the busiest airports in Madhya Pradesh. Major air carriers such as IndiGo, Alliance Air, SpiceJet and Air Asia India operate regular flights from this airport connecting it to several ma jor cities in India including Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Goa, Hyderabad, Indore, Pune, Bilaspur, Belgaum, Lucknow and Bengaluru. Jabalpur to Delhi and Jabalpur to Mumbai are the two most popular routes with 10 and 7 weekly flights, respectively. The airport contains four check-in counters, as well as security cameras and an X-ray machine. There is runway illumination, car-calling, night landing facilities, a food shop and an ATM at the airport. Prepaid taxi and auto-rickshaw services are also available at the airport. Coach facilities are also provided to get to significant city locations. Travellers can also rent private cars from the airport.

About Jabalpur

Jabalpur, formerly known as Jubbulpore, is a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh on the banks of the Narmada River. It is also known to be the third largest city in terms of its urban population in Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur is Madhya Pradesh's major administrative, industrial and business centre. Jabalpur's history is full of monarchs and battlefields. The city has a history dating back to the 3rd century BC. It was ruled by a succession of kings from various dynasties including the Sungas, the Guptas and the Harshas until the 8th century. Later, it was ruled by the Kalchuri dynasty in the eighth century, the Gonds in the 13th century, the Mughals until the 18th century, followed by the Marathas and the British. Jabalpur is known as Sanskardhani which means a Land of Various Cultures because of its cultural heritage. The people of Jabalpur love to celebrate all festivals with great enthusiasm. Some of the festivals celebrated in the city are Durga Pooja, Eid, Diwali, Dussehra, Christmas, Muharram, Holi, etc. Jalebi and chaat are the most popular delicacies of Jabalpur. Hindi is the most commonly spoken language followed by Urdu and Marathi.

Place to visit in Jabalpur


Bargi Dam


Bhedaghat Marble Rocks


Chausath Yogini Temple


Madan Mahal Fort


Pisanhari ki Madiya

About Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport (IATA Code: IXB) is a customs airport located in the Siliguri city of Darjeeling. The airport is India's 17th busiest airport and is controlled by the Indian Air Force while also allowing civilian aircraft to operate. There are also frequent helicopter flights from Gangtok. This airport was previously used as an Indian Air Force base, but is now a fully operational airport with domestic and international flights. International flights began in 2002 making this airport a popular one, albeit with limited international operations. The airport is connected to major cities in India such as Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Dibrugarh, Chennai, Guwahati and Hyderabad. Bangkok and Paro are international destinations served by Druk Air airline. Domestic flight routes are operated by IndiGo largely followed by Spice jet, Vistara and Go Air. Passengers can easily access free trolleys and baggage services. Wheelchairs are also available for the physically challenged and the elderly. A snack bar is also located on the airportís premises where travellers can grab delicious snacks and beverages. This airport is well-connected to the city. Passengers can easily reach the bus stop by hiring a taxi from outside the airport. The distance between Bagdogra Airport and Siliguri Railway Station is only 20 km. Taxis are easily available from the railway station to the airport.

About Bagdogra

Bagdogra, a small Darjeeling hill station, is located at the foothills of the majestic Himalayas. The city, located only 11 km from Siliguri, is one of West Bengal's most peaceful towns. With snow-capped mountains and lush green tea estates, it is an ideal escape from the city's hectic pace. The scenic beauty of Bagdogra is enhanced by the tranquil Teesta River that runs through it. The tea plantations in the Darjeeling foothills flourished in the early twentieth century, increasing the demand for labourers. During this time, many Chotanagpur tribes relocated to the Terai plains and settled in the surrounding areas including Bagdogra. The culture is a blend of Catholic and Buddhist beliefs. While there is a sizable Hindu population in Bagdogra, visitors experience a vibrant diversity in culture, customs, festivals and cuisines. Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Kenduli Mela and Gangasagar Mela are all widely celebrated, along with Buddhist festivals such as Naba Barsho or Tibetan New Year. Bengali is the most widely spoken language in Bagdogra, followed by English. However, locals here also speak Bihari, Hindi, Nepali, Assamese and Tibetan. Some of the most famous food items here include momos, thukpa, Nepali thali, Naga cuisine and aloo dum.

Place to visit in Bagdogra


Coronation Bridge




Neora Valley Park


Airport Information


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


Jabalpur Airport, Airport Area, Khamaria, Dumna, Madhya Pradesh 482005

Frequently Asked Questions

Bagdogra Airport is now an international airport, connecting it to various countries around the world.
There is around 1.6 cm of snowfall every year in Bagdogra during March.
Bagdogra and Siliguri are 10 km apart by road.
The distance between the airport and Jabalpur Railway station is 10 km, and it takes around 12-15 minutes to travel.
A good trip in and around Jabalpur will need at least 4 to 5 days.
Up to 8 kg hand baggage and 25 kg check-in luggage per person are permitted on a Bagdogra to Jabalpur flight. It might differ from one carrier to another.
Some of the best-known budget-friendly hotels near Bagdogra Airport include Hotel Sayeein Residency, Tirupati Lodge NJP, Treebo Trend Hotel Sky Point, Hotel Royal City and Cygnet Style Tania.
Major festivals in Bagdogra include Kenduli Mela, Jalpesh Mela, Gangasagar Mela and Naba Barsho (the Tibetan New Year).
One must visit the Coronation Bridge, the Science City and Madhuban Park while visiting Bagdogra.
Summers can go up to 40 ∞C. So, it is advisable to avoid the summers, especially the months from March to May.
Malpua, Khoye ki Jalebi, Seekh Kebab, Poha and Biriyani are some of the famous food items of Jabalpur.
The lowest temperature recorded was 14 ∞C.
Jabalpur is famous for its cotton textile industries.
The best time to be in Bagdogra is from September to early December.
The airport serves neighbouring areas of Darjeeling, Sikking and various regions of north Bengal.