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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo06:25
Bangalore
14:20
Aizawl
07h 55m₹7,035
IndiGo05:00
Bangalore
09:50
Aizawl
04h 50m₹7,035
IndiGo08:25
Bangalore
14:20
Aizawl
05h 55m₹7,035
IndiGo08:40
Bangalore
13:55
Aizawl
05h 15m₹11,752
IndiGo05:45
Bangalore
13:10
Aizawl
07h 25m₹11,752

Bangalore to Aizawl Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

04h 50m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-227,departs at 05:00

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-457, departs at 08:40

Popular Airlines from Bangalore to Aizawl

IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Bangalore to Aizawl in a day

5

Airport Codes for Bangalore and Aizawl

BLR-Bangalore, AJL-Aizawl
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About Aizawl Airport

Aizawl Airport, also known as Lengpui Airport, is located around 32 km from the city of Aizawl. Inaugurated in 1995, it is one of three airports in India that has a tabletop runway. The airport is well-connected to major Indian cities such as Guwahati, New Delhi, and Kolkata. Only domestic flights operate from the airport, which has a single terminal for both arrivals and departures. The airport offers all the essential services such as separate lounges for arrivals and departures, luggage trolleys, wheelchair assistance for the physically challenged and senior citizens, postal services, ATMs, eateries, a prepaid taxi counter and a booking counter for car rentals.

About Aizawl

Aizawl is the capital city of the northeastern state of Mizoram and also the political and cultural centre of the state. Located on the ridges of steep hills at a height of around 900 m above sea level, the city is flanked by the lofty Durtlang peaks to the north. It overlooks the Sylvan Valley of the River Tlawng in the west and River Tuirial in the east and south. This serene picturesque city with its exotic landscape of verdant hills stretching along the horizon is a prominent tourist destination, especially for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. The name of the city, which translates to the Field of Wild Cardamom, originated during the rule of the Mizo chiefs Lalsavunga and Thanruma who occupied the area in the early 19th century. According to historians, people from China entered the region about 300 years ago and settled down in Aizawl. During the 18th century, the city was ruled by hereditary chiefs and kings, and an autocratic political system was followed. The British invaded the place and during 1871-1872, they built a fortified outpost at Aizawl. Some of the local dishes of Aizawl are Koat Pitha, Bai, Misa Mach Poora, Arsa Buhchiar, Chhum Han, Bamboo shoot stew and pumpkin leaf stew. The local people of Aizawl speak languages like Mizo and English. The local dialect has been derived from Tibeto-Burman and is known as Lusei Duhlian. The ethnic dances here include Cheraw, Khuallam and Chheih Kam.

About Bangalore Airport

Bengaluru Airport, officially known as Kempegowda International Airport (IATA Code: BLR) is an international airport located at Devanahalli around 40 km north of Bangalore city centre. It took over from the former HAL Airport as Bangalore's primary commercial airport in 2008. In 2013, the airport, earlier known as Bangalore International Airport, was renamed after Kempe Gowda I, Bangalore's founder. After Delhi and Mumbai, Bangalore Airport is the third busiest airport in the country regarding overall passenger traffic. The airport has a single integrated terminal that serves many domestic and international flights. The terminal has four levels. On the first level are the arrivals and luggage and check-in services, and on the second level are the domestic and international departures and a variety of retail establishments. There is an exclusive terminal for Hajj pilgrims, which features separate prayer areas for men and women. Bangalore Airport offers many facilities, such as restaurants, fast food options, food stores, free WiFi, wheelchair assistance, a lost and found baggage counter, an information desk, self-service check-in kiosks, currency exchange counters, ATMs, a child care room, restrooms, prayer rooms, etc. Bangalore Airport is well-connected with the city by city buses, prepaid taxis, rental cars and auto rickshaws.

About Bangalore

Bengaluru, now known as Bengaluru, is the capital city of the southern state of Karnataka and one of the largest cities in the country. At an average elevation of 949 m above sea level, Bangalore is located in the state's southeastern section atop an east-west ridge in the Karnataka Plateau. The city is known as India's Silicon Valley as it is a hub for Information Technology (IT), software and electronics development and business process outsourcing. The city is home to some of Indiaís leading companies like Wipro and Infosys. It has also earned the name the Garden City of India because of its beautiful parks and lush gardens. Bangalore was a settlement that sprung up in 1537 when a local chief Kempe Gowda built a mud fort in the area. From 1831 to 1881, Bangalore was the administrative and military headquarters of the British. Until India gained independence in 1947, the British retained their administrative and military presence in the city. Bangalore then became the capital of the new state of Mysore and remained the capital after the state was renamed Karnataka in 1973. Bangalore is India's third most populated city, a prominent financial and cultural centre of the state, and the second fastest-growing metropolis in India. It is renowned for housing many of Indiaís most prestigious colleges, government organisations, public sector heavy industries, software businesses and research institutions. The weather in Bangalore is generally pleasant all year round. It has a tropical savannah climate, which contributes to different wet and dry climates and cold winters, and the city faces no extremes of any climate. The temperature in Summer ranges from 36∞C to 20∞C, and in winter from 27∞C to less than 17∞C. The monsoon extends from July to September.
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Airport Information

Bangalore

Kempegowda International Airport Bengaluru, KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300

Aizawl

Lengpui Airport, 796421, Mamit Rd, Lengpui, Mizoram 796421

Frequently Asked Questions

Bangalore Airport is well-connected to the airport by prepaid taxis, rental cars and auto rickshaws. BMTC also runs regular AC bus services from various points in the city to the airport.
When visiting Bangalore, you must try local dishes like Idli with sambar, bisi bele bhath, gobi manchurian, and bun nippat.
Some of the local dishes include Koat Pitha, Bai, Misa Mach Poora, Arsa Buhchiar, Chhum Han, Bamboo shoot stew, and pumpkin leaf stew.
There are two popular local beverages in the city that you must taste. Zu, or native tea, is one among them, which can be enjoyed with every meal. The other is the Labrusca grape alcohol, another local favourite.
You can buy a range of traditional and ethnic items like cane and bamboo products, wooden items, metal products, garments, footwear, and ethnic Mizoram jewellery. You can buy these products from Bara Bazar, the most famous shopping area in Aizawl.
Kesari Bath, Mysore (Mysuru) Pak, Kayi Holige, Badam Halva, Kajjaya, and Dumrot/Khasi Halva are Bangalore's most renowned sweets.
Samosa chaat is one of the most popular and unique snacks in Bangalore, and it is something you must taste.
Bangalore Airport is officially known as Kempegowda International Airport.
Aizawl has a sub-tropical climate and the weather is quite pleasant all through the year. During the winter, from November to March, the temperature ranges between 12 and 23 ∞C, and in summer, the temperature fluctuates between 25 and 28 ∞C. Monsoons are marked by heavy rain showers coupled with humid and sticky weather, which continues till October end.
Currently, there are no direct flights on the Bangalore to Aizawl route. However, IndiGo operates several daily connecting flights on this route.
Brigade Road, MG Road and Commercial Street are streets that have a wide range of both local and branded stores and food points where you can relish some local street food.
Festivals like Christmas, Mit Kut, Chapchar Kut, and Pawl Kut are celebrated with much pomp.
Lal Bagh Botanical Garden, Bannerghatta National Park, Nandi Hills, Cubbon Park, Bangalore Palace, Vidhana Soudha, Ramanagra, Kanakpura, Skandagiri, Snow City, Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, Iskcon Temple, Lumbini Gardens, Devanahalli Fort, Bangalore Fort, etc. are some of the tourist attractions in the city.
Ramanagara, Nandi Hills, Savandurga and Narayanagiri are some of the popular places where you can enjoy trekking and hiking.