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Are you looking for a Bagdogra to Nanded flight?Adani One is the perfect platform for easy and cheap air tickets from Bagdogra to Nanded. It displays a detailed airfare calendar for Bagdogra to Nanded flights and features major air carriers such as IndiGo, Go First, SpiceJet, Air India, and more. All you need to do is to enter your details and select your timings for travel between Bagdogra and Nanded. Furthermore, on Adani’s portal, you can avail of exclusive deals, discounts and cashback offers on your Bagdogra to Nanded flight. You can check your Bagdogra to Nanded flight status and book a return flight ticket to enjoy maximum benefits.Currently, since Nanded Airport is not operational, the best route is to travel from Bagdogra to Aurangabad and then travel from Aurangabad to Nanded. Currently, around 5 connecting flights are available from Bagdogra to Aurangabad with layovers in Mumbai and New Delhi. From Aurangabad Airport, you can take a taxi, bus, or train to reach Nanded and it will take around 4 hours to cover 282 km. Check out Adani’s platform for updates, and book your Bagdogra to Nanded flight today!

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About Nanded Airport

Aurangabad Airport (IATA Code: IXU), also known as Chikkalthana Airport, is about 283 km from Nanded. It lies along the Aurangabad-Nagpur highway, about 5.5 km from the city centre and 11 km from the central train station. It is a domestic airport that serves regular travellers via reputable airlines like Vistara, Air India, and IndiGo. Many domestic flights are available from Aurangabad to major cities including Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, and more. The airport offers its travellers many amenities, such as medical first aid, a childcare room, and mobile charging points. There are also retail shops, newspaper stands, bookstalls, and food courts where travellers can spend their time waiting for their flights. The airport has a facility for luggage trolleys for passengers. Wheelchairs are available at the airport, and the staff assists the elderly and the physically challenged. Taxi rental services and car rental facilities are also available. You can hail a taxi or book a rental car and cover the remaining distance in about 3 hours and 40 minutes. Or you can use train services and reach Nanded in approximately 6 hours and 40 minutes.

About Nanded

Nanded is nestled on the banks of the Godavari River, which divides the city into two parts, and it is the second-largest city in the Marathwada region in Maharashtra. Nanded has the charm of a small town and the modern elements of a big city. Besides being home to several historical monuments, religious sites, and picturesque scenery, it is a growing commercial sector with many agricultural and manufacturing industries. Several dynasties, like the Nandas, the Mauryans, and the Satavahanas ruled Nanded. The Nizams acquired the city in the 19th century, and Nanded was a part of Hyderabad in the pre-independence era. Finally, in 1960, it became a part of Maharashtra. One can witness the traces of this history sprinkled across the city. Nanded is an excellent place to visit for history buffs and culture seekers. It is the birthplace of renowned Marathi Saint poets such as Vishnupant Shesha, Raghunath Shesha and Vaman Pandit, who contributed significantly to Marathi literature. Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru, spent his final days at Nanded and Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru, also visited Nanded on one of his tours. Hence, it is a prominent Sikh pilgrimage site and attracts devotees across the country. The ideal time to visit Nanded would be from November to February. One can enjoy the chilly nip in the air as one tours the city during the winter. However, the summer season can get quite humid at 44 degrees celsius and would not make for an ideal time to travel to Nanded. A beautiful blend of old and new, Nanded offers the best of both worlds. The city is well-connected to major tourist spots and attractions, there are buses, cabs, and auto-rickshaws available to explore locally .

About Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport (IATA Code: IXB) is a domestic and international airport in the city of Bagdogra in West Bengal. It is located around 16 km from Siliguri, and it is the main gateway airport to nearby hill stations such as Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Gangtok, and more. The airport has terminals ñ one for domestic and the other for international flights. There are several direct as well as connecting flights from Bagdogra Airport to major cities such as Kolkata, Delhi, Guwahati, Chennai, Bangalore, etc. Major air carriers such as Air India, Go First, and Spicejet operate flights from here. Druk Air also operates international flights to international destinations such as Bhutan and Bangkok. Although relatively small in size, Bagdogra Airport is well-equipped with modern facilities and offers numerous amenities to its flyers. It also provides travellers with free Wi-Fi, drinking water, baggage trolleys, baggage wrapping services, and mobile charging points. One will also find duty-free shops, and ATMs within the airport complex. An information desk will answer the queries and guide a tourist toward a seamless air travel experience. The terminals also have a food court, cafÈs, and shopping outlets. The airport also offers the option of wheelchairs for the physically challenged and senior citizens. Travellers can also access car rental and cab booking services to reach their desired destination.

About Bagdogra

Bagdogra is a charming hill station city in the Siliguri subdivision in West Bengal. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, this quaint city is known as the gateway to popular North East Tourist destinations. One can easily reach Darjeeling, Sikkim, Gangtok, Siliguri and other beautiful cities from here. It also acts as a base for tourists visiting the country of Bhutan. Bagdogra is well-known for its tea estates and in the early twentieth century, the blooming tea estates in the Darjeeling foothills raised the demand for labourers. During that time, many Chotanagpur tribes moved to the Terai plains and settled in regions like Bagdogra. Residents here converse in Bengali and hold a mix of Catholic and Buddhist beliefs. While there is a considerable Hindu population, one can experience multiple cultures, traditions, festivals, and cuisines. Locals enthusiastically celebrate Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Kenduli Mela, and Gangasagar Mela. Furthermore, the distinctive Buddhist influence is apparent in events such as Naba Barsho, the well-known Tibetan New Year. Bagdogra is the perfect tranquil destination to escape the crowd and mundane life. Its lush greenery and unspoiled allure offer a refreshing sight to the sore eyes. The best time to visit Bagdogra is during the monsoon and the winter as the monsoon turns the entire city green, making it a panorama.
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Airport Information

Bagdogra

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

Nanded

Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Airport, 58MM+8VQ, Sangvigaon, Hingoli Road , Ambekar Nagar, Nanded, Maharashtra 431605

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the most popular dishes in Bagdogra include momos, thukpa, Nepali thali, Naga cuisine, and aloo dum.
You can take local buses, auto-rickshaws and cabs to travel within Nanded . All the routes are well-connected, and you can reach your desired destination easily with any mode of transportation.
Yes, Bagdogra Airport serves both domestic and international flights.
Yes, Bagdogra experiences snow every year.
You can reach Nanded from Mumbai via train, bus, or rental car. You can also take the nearest flight to Aurangabad and cover the remaining journey via rail or road.
It takes approximately 3-4 hours to reach Nanded from Aurangabad by road. You can take a cab, a bus, or a private vehicle from Aurangabad to Nanded.
Shri Guru Gobind Ji Museum opens all week from 9.00 A.M. to 8.00 P.M but it closes early on Saturday at 5.00 P.M.
The city of Nanded is rich in history and culture. It is also a prominent religious site and attracts many Sikh pilgrims across India.
The IATA code for Bagdogra Airport is IXB.
Bengali and Hindi are the official languages in Bagdogra.
You can visit the Kaleshwar Temple at any time between 5.00 A.M. to midnight. The temple offers a picturesque view of sunset and birds, making it a scenic place.
Rashtrakuta King, Krishna III, built the Kandhar Fort in the 10th century.
Bagdogra acts as a gateway to Darjeeling, Sikkim, Gangtok and Siliguri.
Gurudwara Shri Langar Sahib is one of the five high seats of the authority of the Sikhs. It is the place where renowned Shri Guru Gobind Singh took his last breath.