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Bagdogra to Srinagar Flights

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Currently, there are no direct flights from Bagdogra to Srinagar. However, there are several connecting flights from Bagdogra Airport to Srinagar’s Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, with one or more layovers. The most common layover point for this route is New Delhi. The minimum flight duration for this route is around 6 hours and 10 minutes, while the maximum can be as long as 25 hours and 10 minutes. Approximately 17 connecting flights operate daily on this route, served by SpiceJet, Air Asia, IndiGo, Air India, Vistara, and Go First.

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Flights from Bagdogra to Srinagar


About Srinagar Airport

The official name of Srinagar Airport is Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport (IATA: SXR). It is the primary international gateway to the city, located in Badgam, about 10 km from the city centre.

Srinagar Airport underwent significant changes over the years, including runway extension, new terminal construction, aero bridges, and the status of an international airport in 2005. It has two terminals - one for domestic flight operations and the other for chartered operations, which is used as a Hajj terminal during the pilgrimage.

The airport operates domestic flight services to Mumbai, Delhi, Jammu, Amritsar, Chandigarh, and Bangalore, and international flights to cities such as Jeddah and Dubai. Abundant amenities are available at the airport’s terminal, including luggage trolleys, ATMs, restrooms, wheelchair assistance, lost and found desks, medical service, child care room, WiFi, etc.

About Srinagar

Srinagar, situated at an elevation of around 1730 m above sea level, is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is known for its exotic natural attractions and scenic landscapes, as it lies in the heart of Kashmir Valley on the banks of the river Jhelum. From picturesque waterfronts to lavish gardens, Srinagar has abundant tourist attractions.

The region's rich history dates back to the 3rd century BC, and it is stated in ‘Rajtarangini’ that Emperor Ashoka founded the city. But present-day Srinagar was founded by Hiuen Tsang, the explorer who came to Kashmir in 631 AD, and Pravarasena-II.

Known as the city of lakes, Srinagar is surrounded by Mughal architecture in a Himalayan backdrop. Explore this beautiful valley by staying in a houseboat, relishing the gorgeous Dal Lake, rafting, mountain biking, and much more. While here, don’t forget to shop for dried fruits and the famous Kashmiri handicrafts.

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Dal Lake 

Dal Lake, spread across 18 sq km, is one of the most beautiful lakes in India and is named ‘Srinagar’s Jewel,’ offering an unparalleled view to visitors. One can take a ride on the colourful shikaras to explore the serenity and calm of Dal Lake in Srinagar. A fascinating feature about this lake is its unique floating gardens bloomed with lotus during July and August. During winter, the lake often freezes as the temperature drops below -11°C.

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Pari Mahal 

Pari Mahal has a picturesque garden with seven terraces. Located on the Zabarwan Range, this palace offers a scenic view of Srinagar and Dal Lake. It was built during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan by the Mughal prince Dara Shikoh in the mid-1600s. 

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Shalimar Bagh 

Jehangir ordered the construction of the Shalimar Bagh in the early 17th century and dedicated this beautiful garden to his queen Nur Jahan. The garden has three terraces. The outer part was for common people, known as ‘Diwan-i-Aam’, while the central portion was for the king’s court, known as ‘Diwan-i-Khas.’ The last terrace was private for women.

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Wular Lake   

Around 2-hours drive away from Srinagar airport, Wular Lake is situated in the Baramulla district. It is India’s largest and Asia’s second-largest freshwater lake. The primary source of this lake is the river Jhelum. It also has a small island in the middle, known as Zaina Lank.

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Shankaracharya Temple

Shankaracharya Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. You will have to climb 243 stairs to reach the temple that offers visitors a panoramic view of the city. During the famous amarnath Yatra, many devotees visit this ancient temple. Shankaracharya Temple is open for devotees till 8:00 pm, but parking can be accessed only till 5:00 pm. 

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Nishat Bagh 

Srinagar is known for its picturesque Mughal gardens that have been around for a long time. Nishat Bagh is one such garden that follows the Persian terrace garden architecture. Surrounded by cypress and chinar trees, Nishat Bagh consists of 12 terraces representing different zodiac signs. It was built in the 1600s by Asif Khan, the elder brother of Noor Jahan.


About Bagdogra Airport

Located around 12 km from Siliguri, Bagdogra Airport (IATA: IXB) is an important transit point, serving a vast part of North Bengal and Sikkim. Frequent helicopter flights operate from this airport to Gangtok.  

In 2002, the then government gave this airport a limited international airport status. The airport has one domestic terminal connecting Delhi, Guwahati, Kolkata, and other cities to Bagdogra; the other terminal serves international flights to Bhutan and Bangkok. Several amenities at the airport include wheelchair assistance, luggage trolleys, souvenir shops, restaurants and cafes, ATMs, WiFi, etc. 

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About Bagdogra

Bagdogra is a city in West Bengal, located in the Darjeeling district. The serenity of the city can be found with the influence of Buddhism. Home to several mountains and tea gardens and untouched by pollution, Bagdogra is a beauty to enjoy. You can enjoy river rafting on the Teesta river and experience the view of Lake Tsomgo from atop Bagdogra. Being a hill station, it attracts tourists from all parts of India. The central hill station of Darjeeling is around 68 km from Bagdogra and Siliguri, just 10 km away. People often consider Bagdogra as the gateway to the north of West Bengal. The best time to visit Bagdogra is from March to June or between September and December.

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Coronation Bridge 

Located about 36 km from Bagdogra Airport, Coronation Bridge was built in 1937 to honour the coronation of King George V. It connects the North East region and Bhutan to the rest of India by road. With river Teesta flowing underneath, the Coronation Bridge is surrounded by lush green vegetation and hills. 

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ISKCON Siliguri  

ISKCON is one of the most trusted spiritual organisations in India. ISKCON Siliguri is approximately 17 km from Bagdogra, and frequent transport services are available between the two places. Being one of the biggest centres for Lord Krishna in the northeast region, this place is visited by believers for spiritual enchantment. 

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Neora Valley National Park  

If you have an extra day in hand, don’t forget to explore one of the richest ecosystems in the northeast, the Neora Valley National Park in Kalimpong. It covers an area of around 88 sq km and is one of the most visited places near the city. There are different species of flora and fauna at the national park, and it is also a popular bird-watching spot.  

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Savin Kingdom amusement Park 

Located around 12 km from Bagdogra, Savin Kingdom amusement Park is a major attraction for tourists and locals alike. You can enjoy the water park, amusement park, adventure rides, and carnival cinemas here. 

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Science City  

Located in Siliguri, Science City is a perfect spot for children and young students. It houses a Nature Interpretation Centre and a planetarium, promoting interest in science. Also known as the North Bengal Science Centre, this institute sits in the lap of nature, surrounded by Gokul and hazel trees with a long stretch of Kamini bushes. 

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City Centre  

City Centre is a shopping mall in Siliguri. It is the perfect place near Bagdogra to hang out with friends or family, serving diverse interests. It was built to serve Siliguri and its neighbours, drawing more tourists.

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 14 to 16 connecting flights operate from Bagdogra to Srinagar daily with one or two stops.  

Resting at the foothills of the Himalayas, Bagdogra is a majestic hill station that acts as a gateway to northeastern India. Its beautiful scenery, watersports, science centre, Tibetan culture, and exclusive shopping experience make the city a popular tourist destination.  

Bagdogra Airport is located around 12 km from Siliguri and serves both Siliguri and Bagdogra.  

To experience a pleasant climate, one should visit Bagdogra between March and June and September and December.    

Bagdogra is famous for inexpensive yet branded clothes, including sweaters and scarves, handicrafts, brass artefacts, Tibetan logos, etc.   

Srinagar is famous for its unique geographic location and natural and historical attractions, including Dal Lake and Burzahom Archaeological Site. 

Dal Lake is located around 21 km from Srinagar Airport, about 47 mins drive away.  

If you want to experience snowfall in Srinagar, visit the city between October and March, when the temperatures sometimes dip below -10°C, even freezing the Dal Lake.  

Four of the six Mughal gardens in Kashmir are situated in Srinagar, forming a significant part of the state’s cultural landscape.

One can purchase authentic Kashmiri shawls, pashminas, Kashmiri tea, carpets, spices, and dry fruits, among other things, at the local markets in Srinagar.

Exploring all the top destinations in and around Srinagar will require at least 4-5 days. If you want a day trip to some spots close to the city, you must keep an extra day in hand.  

Some delicacies you can enjoy at any local restaurant in Srinagar are Rogan Josh, Modur Pulao, Kashmiri Naan, Seekh Kebabs, Lyodur Tschaman, and Kashmiri Chicken Biryani.

Some hotels close to Srinagar International Airport are Hotel Bakhtawar, Hotel Heritage Luxury, Hotel Zoon Dabb, etc.  

Bagdogra Airport is about 70 km from Darjeeling, and it takes nearly 2 hours and 30 minutes to reach by road. 

Srinagar International Airport is about 10 km from the city centre, and one can take a taxi or a bus available at the airport to reach the city.   
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Airport Information

Srinagar Indragandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Jammu and Kashmir 190007

Bagdogra Distt. Darjeeling Siliguri, Bagdogra, West Bengal 734421