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Are you looking for a flight from Bagdogra to Latur?Adani One is the solution to all your flight ticket booking dilemmas. Adani One helps you identify the best Bagdogra to Latur flight options at the cheapest rates. All major domestic airlines, including IndiGo, SpiceJet, Go First, AIrAsia and Air India are listed on the platform. Adani One’s easy interface allows you to book cheap air tickets from Bagdogra to Latur in only a few clicks. Additionally, the platform offers excellent deals and discounts. It has an airfare calendar to customise your preferences for the Bagdogra to Latur flight based on your suitable dates, time, and preferred air carrier. There are no flights between Bagdogra and Latur since Latur Airport is currently not operational. Travellers can fly down to Aurangabad from Bagdogra and then proceed to Latur by road. There are several connecting flights from Bagdogra to Aurangabad, mainly operated by IndiGo. These flights generally take about 7 hours to complete the journey with a layover in Mumbai or New Delhi. Latur is about 263 km away from Aurangabad and the journey by road takes around 5 hours.Alternatively, travellers can also fly down to Hyderabad which is about 300 km away from Latur. There are several connecting flights from Bagdogra to Hyderabad with the shortest flights taking around 5 hours and 30 minutes.Check out Adani's comprehensive platform for any updates on discount and cashback offers, and book your Bagdogra to Latur flight today!

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About Latur Airport

Aurangabad Airport, also known as Chikkalthana Airport (IATA: IXU) locally, is located about 263 km from Latur. It is on Jalna Road, along the Aurangabad-Nagpur highway, and is approximately 5.5 km from the city centre in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, and 11 km from the central railway station. It is a domestic airport and has flights from airlines like IndiGo and Air India. Blue Dart Aviation operates cargo services from here frequently. The airport was constructed to facilitate tourism development in this region during the 1990s. Passenger amenities at Aurangabad Airport include assistance to the differently-abled, a child care room, medical first aid, a lost and found counter, wheelchairs, and trolleys. Moreover, there are small restaurants, snack bars, and eateries within the premises, with several duty-free stores for souvenirs and gifts. Aurangabad Airport is well-linked to surrounding areas and travellers have accessible transportation alternatives. Besides local bus services, commercial and state government operators provide taxi and interstate bus services. Prepaid taxi and rental services are also available to passengers.

About Latur

Latur is a town situated on the Balaghat plateau in Maharashtra, near the Maharashtra and Karnataka border. It is approximately 430 km from Mumbai and 338 km from Pune which makes it the perfect destination for long weekend trips. It is part of the Marathwada region of Maharashtra. The city's origin dates back to the 7th century during the Rashtrakuta period. Over the centuries, it has passed through the hands of many rulers and is laden with a rich historical heritage. King Amoghavarsha established the city and it was a branch of Rashtrakutas from 753 to 973 AD. Dantidurga, the first Rashtrakuta king, was from Lattaluru, which was the historical name of Latur. Latur residents highly value dance and music as folk music and Natya Sangeet are the most prominent genres of music in the region including a range of styles such as Bhajans, Bhaleri, Bharud, Palane, Gondhal, and Abhangas among others. The people of Latur are called Laturkar and predominantly speak Marathi. Latur experiences a tropical climate although the summer season is probably the worst time in Latur as the temperature goes as high as 32.5 degrees Celsius while the weather is hot and dry. The best time to visit is from November to December during winter.

About Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport, also known as the Civil Aerodrome Bagdogra (IATA: IXB), is 16 km from Siliguri in West Bengal. It is part of an Indian Air Force base and it operates both international and domestic flights. In addition, it is a gateway for popular hill stations like Darjeeling, Gangtok, Kalimpong, Mirik, and Kurseong. The international flights are limited to only a few locations. Bagdogra is only one of the few airports in India that levy a 0% tax on turbine fuel. The airport has an integrated terminal, two boarding gates, and five baggage X-ray facilities. It provides facilities such as baggage services, wheelchair accessibility, easy movement for the disabled through elevators and ramps, free Wi-Fi, a cafeteria and restaurants, and a lounge for the passengers. They also have a medical room for emergencies, restrooms, and tourism kiosks for helping out the tourists. Moreover, the airport is around 3 km from the city centre. One can easily reach the city via rental cars and taxis.

About Bagdogra

Bagdogra is situated in the Darjeeling district and is a part of the Greater Siliguri subdivision in Northern West Bengal. It is considered to be an ideal vacation setting with lush tea gardens on one side and a picturesque view of the majestic snow-clad Himalayan ranges on the other. It is a base city, or a gateway, to many other popular tourist destinations in the North East including Sikkim, Kurseong, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling, and Mirik. Bagdogra is famous for its tea estates and the flourishing tea gardens in the Darjeeling foothills in the early twentieth century only increased the demand for labourers. During this period, numerous Chotanagpur tribes migrated to the Terai plains and inhabited the neighbouring areas, including Bagdogra. The majority of the people prefer to speak Bengali here while the culture is a blend of Catholic and Buddhist values. Bagdogra is famous for a colourful mix of culture, traditions, festivals, and cuisine. Residents widely celebrate Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Kenduli Mela, and Gangasagar Mela. Further, one can observe the unique Buddhist influence in celebrations such as Naba Barsho, the famous Tibetan New Year. This beautiful town is nestled on the foothills of the Himalayas and is also well connected to other major cities nearby by road, air, and train. The best time to visit Bagdogra is in the summer (July to February) as that is when the city comes to life with a medley of colours.

Place to visit in Bagdogra

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Bengal Safari

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Coronation Bridge

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Kalimpong

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Salugara Monastery

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Airport Information

Bagdogra

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

Latur

Latur Airport, Latur Airport Private Limited, Near Phata No.12, Barshi Road, Latur-413 512, Maharashtra, India.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. To travel to some places in Sikkim, you require Inner Line Permits. You can obtain these permits from the airport tourism help centre itself.
You can hire a private cab or avail the bus services provided by the state transport to reach the Bagdogra airport. There are private buses plying as well which take you directly to the airport.
Bagdogra is a gateway for travellers going to Darjeeling. The distance between Bagdogra and Darjeeling is about 68 km.
Yes. Bagdogra Airport is an international airport.
Latur is popular for the ancient caves and forts it has. Udgir Fort, Kharosa Caves, and Ausa Fort are some of the prime attractions here.
The IATA codes for the Bagdogra and Latur airports are IXB and LTU respectively. However, Latur Airport is currently not operational.
Bagdogra is a well-known hill station and houses various parks, recreational gardens, and wildlife sanctuaries. Salugara Monastery, Coronation Bridge, and Bengal Safari Park are some of the places to visit in Bagdogra.
Tai Pai, Jhalmuri, and Momos are the famous street foods in Bagdogra.
The aerial distance between Bagdogra and Latur is approximately 1526 km.
Siddheshwar and Ratneshwar Temple and Ganj Golai are the most famous religious monuments in Latur.
Major airports such as Pune, Aurangabad, and Hyderabad are close to Latur. Aurangabad is about 263 km away while Hyderabad is about 300 km away. Pune Airport is about 372 km away from Latur.
It serves as a gateway to hill stations like Darjeeling, Mirik, Gangtok, Kurseong, and Kalimpong. It also serves the towns of Siliguri and New Jalpaiguri.