Bagdogra to Rewa Flights

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Are you looking for flight tickets for the Bagdogra to Rewa route? Get great deals on airfares on Adani One, a leading one-stop flight booking destination, that offers cheaper flight tickets from Bagdogra to Rewa. Its airfare calendar shows the details of every flight from Bagdogra to Rewa. Adani One has most domestic and international airlines such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, and GoFirst listed on the platforms with really affordable airfares. Book return tickets if you know your travel dates and take advantage of massive price benefits. Adani One makes the prices of flight tickets affordable with new and updated cashback offers, discounted airfares, and flight ticket offers. Currently, there are no direct or connecting flights from Bagdogra to Rewa as the Rewa Airport is not operational at the moment. The best way to travel from Bagdogra to Rewa is to take a flight from Bagdogra to Lucknow. Then take another flight from Lucknow to Prayagraj or Prayagraj (Allahabad) domestic airport. Finally, you can reach Rewa by taking a bus or can from Prayagraj to Rewa. Currently, there are several flights from Bagdogra to Lucknow. The flight duration from Bagdogra to Lucknow is around 7 hours with one stop and layover either at Kolkata or Delhi. The next leg of the journey is from a direct flight from Lucknow to Prayagraj, the travel duration of which is around 50 min. After reaching Prayagraj airport, take a cab or bus to reach Rewa by road, which will take 3 hours. Several trains also run from Prayagraj to Rewa which takes 3 to 5 hours to reach Rewa. There is a second option of taking a flight from Bagdogra to Delhi airport and then taking another flight from Delhi to Prayagraj (Allahabad). The total flight time with this option can be a minimum duration of 4-5 hours. The number of daily flights on this route is limited. After reaching Prayagraj (Allahabad), you can take the road or train to reach Rewa in 3-5 hours. The airlines operating on this route for both options are Air India, IndiGo, Go First, and SpiceJet.


About Rewa Airport

Since Rewa does not have a functional airport, the closest and most accessible airport to Rewa is the Prayagraj Airport, which is at a distance of around 140 km away from Rewa. Prayagraj Airport (IATA: IXD) is a domestic airport in Prayagraj (formerly known as Allahabad), located at a distance of 12 km from the city centre. Prayagraj Airport, previously known as Allahabad Airport, is owned by the Indian Air Force and operated by the Airport Authority of India. Built in 1919, the airport served as an international airport until 1946 with direct flights to London. This airport only has one terminal for passengers. Alliance Airlines and Indigo operate from Prayagraj airport to destinations like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Lucknow, and others. The airport has facilities, including trolleys, check-in, security counters, a VIP lounge, assistance for the physically challenged, and wheelchair assistance. There is a snack bar and canteen for food and beverages within the premises. Taxis or buses are available for transportation to Prayagraj Airport from Rewa.

About Rewa

Rewa, a part of northeastern Madhya Pradesh, is at an elevation of 1024 ft above sea level. It is part of the region that was once the Vindhya Range Plateau. It is known for its immense natural beauty and its ancient, rich cultural heritage of Buddhist stupas, cave paintings, forts, and temples. The city gets its name from the River Rewa, the name for the Narmada river in mythologies. Dynasties such as Mauryan, and Kaluchuri have ruled over ancient Rewa. Baghel Rajputs founded Rewa in 1400 and with the Baghel empire, Rewa underwent a cultural revival. Tansen, a big part of history and folklore, has learned most of his knowledge of Hindustani classical music at Rewa. The empire declined after Akbar conquered Rewa. In the end, the British got the administrative powers to rule over Rewa. In 1951, Rewa carved its reputation as the ëLand of the White Tigersí when the worldís first white tiger was discovered there. Mountainous areas of Rewa are home to the Gond and Kol tribes. There are different festivals celebrated in Rewa - Malmaas, Mahamrityunjaya, and Vindhya Mahotsava highlight the art and culture of the Vindhyas. Bagheli dialect is spoken widely across Rewa though Hindi is the main language of the state. Dishes influenced by the Bagheli empire are a blend of Gujarathi, Rajasthani, and Afghani cuisines. The royalty used to come to Rewa for hunting, which is why dishes of game meat are also a huge delicacy of Rewa, which have retained its flavours and traditions such as son ki machhi, bagheli chicken, and channe ki sabzi, enjoyed with missi berri roti.

About Bagdogra Airport

Bagdogra Airport (IATA: IXB) is located in Siliguri, Darjeeling. The airport is located around 17 km from Siliguri's city centre. It serves as a major airport for Darjeeling, Sikkim, and Dooars. The airport is India's 17th-busiest, supervised by the Indian Air Force which allows civilian aircraft. Additionally, passengers flying to Gangtok can use the helicopter service at Bagdogra airport. Bagdogra airport, previously used as an Indian Air Force base, is currently functional with both domestic and international flights. It has two terminals, domestic and international. Major airlines such as Indigo, SpiceJet, and Air Asia operate at Bagdogra Airport to domestic destinations such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, and others. It also connects to international destinations like Kathmandu, and Bangkok with Air India, Thai Airways, and others. The airport has facilities like a business lounge, restaurants, duty-free shops, baggage services, a smoking room, medical aid, a currency exchange counter, wheelchair assistance, and other amenities for passengers. There is connectivity from the airport to the city with taxis or buses.

About Bagdogra

One of the most beautiful hill stations, Bagdogra is the gateway between North-East India and the Himalayas. At the foothills of the Himalayas in Darjeeling, it is about 11 km from Siliguri and 90 km from Darjeeling. The green luxuriant looking tea gardens along with the streams, rivers, and snow-capped mountains make Bagdogra a picturesque hill station. The serene Bagdogra with the flowing Teesta river is the hub for travellers to Darjeeling, Sikking, and Bhutan. The flourishing tea plantations at the Darjeeling foothills, in the early twentieth century, drew a lot of migrant population and Chotanagpur tribal groups relocated to the Terai plains settling in places like Bagdogra. There are vibrant and multicultural celebrations of festivals. Durga Puja, Kali Puja, Kenduli Mela, and Gangasagar Mela are celebrated with as much enthusiasm as the Buddhist festivals of Naba Barsho or Tibetan New Year. The multicultural influences also reflect in the food. Momos, thukpa, Nepali thali, Naga cuisine, Bengali cuisine, and alu dum are some of the popular dishes. With its pleasant weather, it is ideal for travel through most of the year though it gets very cold in winter due to the close proximity to the Himalayas. Summers are an ideal time to visit Bagdogra whose serenity and calmness stand out against the magnificence of the Himalayas.

Airport Information


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


Rewa airport, G63F+V2C, Chorhata, Agdal, Madhya Pradesh 486006

Frequently Asked Questions

They are both different and neighbouring places. Bagdogra is situated 12 km away from Siliguri. Both places use the Bagdogra airport.
Deur Kothar is the archaeological site where the 2000-year-old Buddhist stupas from the era of Emperor Asoka were excavated.
There are white tigers that can be seen in the wild by going on the white tiger safaris that are available in the Mukundpur White Tiger Sanctuary in Rewa.
The Bagdogra airport is an international airport connecting international destinations like Nepal, Bhutan, and Thailand.
The Indian Air Force owns Bagdogra airport, which is operated by the Airport Authority of India. It is a civil enclave, where the Indian Air Force controls the runway and air traffic.
The city is extremely cold in winter, especially in December, January, and February. The temperature stays pleasant just before summer and the beginning of winter.
The Rewa Fort is open on all days except Mondays and Saturdays.
Some of the best dishes to try at Rewa are Kadhi of Rasaj, Litti Chokha, and Khurchan.
Major festivals of Bagdogra are Kenduli Mela, Jalpesh Mela, Gangasagar Mela, Naba Barsho (the Tibetan New Year), Durga Puja, and Kali Puja.
Rewa is world famous for making betel nut toys in the city.
Travellers travel to Bagdogra airport from Siliguri by road. Getting from Siliguri to Bagdogra airport will take 15 to 30 min, depending on the mode of transport.
The Bhairo Baba statue is inside a Shiva Temple near Gudh, about an hour's drive from Rewa.
Monsoon season is considered the best time to visit Rewa. Summers should be avoided as the weather is pretty hot in Rewa.
The Bagdogra airport serves neighbouring areas of Darjeeling, Sikkim, and the Dooars.
The waterfalls are extraordinary in Rewa. The Keoti waterfall in Rewa is great for a relaxing day with family and friends. It is the world's 24th-highest waterfall and one of Rewa's main tourist attractions.