Bagdogra to Kullu Flights

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Are you looking for a Bagdogra to Kullu flight?Adani One is a complete gateway to booking flight tickets. Whether you want to travel from Bagdogra to Kullu or Kullu to Bagdogra, 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, no direct flights are available on the Bagdogra to Kullu route. Therefore, one can travel from Bagdogra to New Delhi and then travel from New Delhi to Kullu. Multiple direct flights are available on the Bagdogra to New Delhi route, which are operated by SpiceJet, AirAsia, Vistara, Air India, Go First, IndiGo and take around 2 hours and 45 minutes . Once you reach New Delhi, you can take a flight from New Delhi to Kullu. Currently, 2 connecting flights operate on this route with a layover in Chandigarh. The average duration for the flight from New Delhi to Kullu is around 2 hours and 20 minutes. Check out Adani One for any updates on cashback and discount offers, and book your Bagdogra to Kullu flight ticket today!

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About Kullu Airport

Kullu Airport (IATA Code: KUU), also known as Bhuntar Airport, is located in the Himachal Pradesh district of Bhuntar. It is located around 13 km from the city centre. In the year 2008, the airport's new air terminal was dedicated. The Airport Authority of India operates and maintains the airport. The facilities at the airport include baggage trolleys, an ATM, a telephone booth , food stalls, book stalls and a tourist information centre. Outside the airport, public buses and taxi services are available. Hotels and other lodging options are also available near the airport. The airport is close to many tourist attractions in the city.

About Kullu

Kullu is a hill town known as the Valley of Gods situated in the foothills of the Himalayas along the banks of the Beas River in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. This town is a clutch of beautiful valleys, known for its temples and snow-covered hills with sprawling pine and deodar forests. Kullu valley is squeezed between the Pir Panjal range ñ the largest range of the lower Himalayas . Kullu is a historic city in India so much so that it is referred to in famous Indian epics such as the Ramayana, Mahabharata and the Puranas. Kullu derives its name from the word ëKulutaí which later was referred to as ëkulantapithaí which can be translated to the region that signifies the end of a ëkulaí (socio-religious system of the land) or the ëend of the habitable worldí. Later Kullu became a district of Punjab in 1963 and Himachal Pradesh on November 1, 1966. The people of Kullu are known to be friendly, warm and hospitable. Though they are conventional in their beliefs and approach towards life, they are also feisty by nature. They dress simply but are known to be fond of wearing bright colours. The official language in Kullu is Hindi, however, Kulvi is spoken by the locals, which is a dialect of the Western Pahari language spoken in the lower Himalayas. The city celebrates major festivals such as Dussehra, Pipal Jatra (Spring Festival), and Baisakhi. Kullu is also the getaway to Manali, the neighbouring town that is a tourist hotspot of Himachal Pradesh. The best months to visit Kullu would be from April to June and September to November.

About Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport (IATA Code: IXB), also known as the Civil Aerodrome Bagdogra, is about 3 km from Bagdogra. It is an international airport and the closest major airport to Sikkim, Darjeeling and the Dooars. Previously used exclusively as an Indian Air Force base, this airport is now fully operational with both domestic and international flights. This airport has grown in popularity since international flights began in 2002, albeit with limited 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. Travellers can access free luggage and trolley services at this airport. Wheelchairs are also accessible for the disabled and senior citizens. A snack bar, a tea and coffee bar and a juice counter are a few of the kiosks that serve quality food and beverages. Bagdogra city is well linked to other cities by road. Passengers can take a cab from outside the airport to the bus stop. Bagdogra Airport and Siliguri Railway Station are only 20 km apart. Taxis run frequently between the railway station and the airport.

About Bagdogra

Bagdogra, a small hill station in Darjeeling, is located at the foothills of the mighty Himalayas. Bagdogra, only 11 km from Siliguri, is one of West Bengal's most tranquil towns. It is a perfect getaway from the busy life of the city, with snow-capped mountains and lush green tea estates. Bagdogra's scenic beauty is enhanced by the tranquil Teesta River that flows through it. Bagdogra being near Darjeeling, Sikkim and Siliguri serves as a gateway to several northern West Bengal cities. Tea plantations flourished in the Darjeeling foothills in the early 20th century, escalating the need for labourers. Hence, many tribal groups of Chotanagpur transferred to the Terai plains during this period, eventually settling in and around this region including Bagdogra. While Bagdogra has a sizable Hindu population, visitors will find a vibrant perspective of diversity in terms of customs, festivals, and types of food . Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Kenduli Mela, and Gangasagar Mela are all popular, as are Buddhist festivals such as the Tibetan New Year. Bagdogra's most widely spoken language is Bengali, followed by English. Some locals also speak Bihari, Hindi, Nepali, Assamese and Tibetan. Momos, thukpa, Nepali thali, Naga cuisine, and aloo dum are some of the most popular dishes here.

Place to visit in Bagdogra

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Coronation Bridge

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Salugara Monastery

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Airport Information

Bagdogra

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

Kullu

Bhuntar Airport, V5G2+RR4, Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh 175125

Frequently Asked Questions

Bagdogra Civil Aerodrome provides helicopter services which ply between the airport and Gangtok.
No, there is no shared taxi service available at Bagdogra Airport. Currently, only prepaid taxis are available.
Yes, one can enjoy snowfall in Kullu during the winter season, which lasts from September to February.
Bagdogra Airport is an international airport, connecting various countries around the world.
Bagdogra is located around 10 km from Siliguri.
Kullu city is around 41 km away from Manali.
On an economy class flight from Bagdogra to Kullu flight, passengers can bring up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage. The limit varies from airline to airline, so check your airline's rules ahead of time.
Major festivals in Bagdogra include Kenduli Mela, Jalpesh Mela, Gangasagar Mela and Naba Barsho (the Tibetan New Year).
The IATA codes for Bagdogra Airport and Kullu Airport are IXB and KUU, respectively.
One must visit Coronation Bridge, the science city, and the Hong Kong market while visiting Bagdogra.
The aerial distance between Bagdogra and Kullu is 1233 Km.
Apart from Hindi and English, Kulvi, a dialect of the Western Pahari language is popularly spoken in Kullu.
The best time to visit Bagdogra is from September to early December.
The closest airport to Kullu is the Kullu domestic airport, also known as Bhuntar airport.
The airport serves neighbouring places of Darjeeling, Sikking and various regions of north Bengal.