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Are you planning a trip from Bangalore to Darbhanga? Let Adani One help you make the flight booking that best suits your needs, along with great deals, discounts, and cashback offers.Visit the Adani One portal and enter the source, destination cities, and travel dates. You will have access to the most up-to-date airfare calendar covering all the major airline carriers, including Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air Asia, and Vistara. Moreover, any discounts, deals, and cashback offers across these airline carriers will be available at your fingertips. If you already have a return date in mind, booking a round trip gets you even better deals. Book in advance and make the most of your flight booking and associated benefits.Currently, there is one direct SpiceJet flight from Bangalore to Darbhanga, besides multiple connecting flights operated by IndiGo with short layovers at Bangalore. The flight duration of the direct flight is 2 hours and 45 minutes. There are several flights between Bangalore and Darbhanga, with a stopover in Hyderabad or Kolkata. The duration of flights with one stopover ranges from 3 hours and 45 minutes to 6 hours and 45 minutes.

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo05:10
Bangalore
14:25
Darbhanga
09h 15m₹7,754
IndiGo08:00
Bangalore
14:25
Darbhanga
06h 25m₹8,221
IndiGo09:00
Bangalore
14:25
Darbhanga
05h 25m₹8,489
IndiGo05:00
Bangalore
12:15
Darbhanga
07h 15m₹9,390
IndiGo06:25
Bangalore
12:15
Darbhanga
05h 50m₹9,915
IndiGo10:25
Bangalore
14:25
Darbhanga
04h 00m₹10,115
SpiceJet06:00
Bangalore
15:15
Darbhanga
09h 15m₹11,193
SpiceJet06:00
Bangalore
12:45
Darbhanga
06h 45m₹11,193

Bangalore to Darbhanga Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

04h 00m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-227,departs at 05:00

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-537, departs at 10:25

Popular Airlines from Bangalore to Darbhanga

IndiGo, SpiceJet

Total flights to Travel from Bangalore to Darbhanga in a day

8

Airport Codes for Bangalore and Darbhanga

BLR-Bangalore, DBR-Darbhanga
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About Darbhanga Airport

Darbhanga airport (IATA: DBR) Darbhanga Airport's runway is 10,000 feet long, making it the longest runway in Bihar and even Jharkhand. Darbhanga Airport is about 8 kilometres from the city centre. The airport opened in 2018, with commercial operations starting in 2020. The airport was built in 1950 by Maharaja Kameshwar Singh Bahadur of Darbhanga as a private airport. The airport is currently managed by the Airports Authority of India. There is a single terminal building and an air traffic control room at the airport. The terminal can accommodate up to 200 passengers at once. While waiting for your flight at Darbhanga Airport, you can pass the time in a variety of ways. Explore the airport souvenir shops for Madhubani and Mithila handicrafts and paintings. Darbhanga Airport has a few restaurants that serve delicious food. Passengers can choose from a variety of eateries that serve a variety of cuisines

About Darbhanga

Darbhanga is a city in the northeastern Indian state of Bihar, located east of the Bagmati River, a tributary of the Ganges (Ganga) River. Darbhanga was elevated to the position of city from town when its population exceeded one lakh residents in 1961. It is said that Akbar gifted the area as an estate to Mahesh Thakur, a well-known Sanskrit scholar. Darbhang was a large tract of private land held by the rulers of Darbhang Raj that stretched from the Himalayan foothills to the Ganga River. The succession of rulers built several palaces, such as the Nargona Palace and Rambagh Palace, along with temples and gardens. They also encouraged the study of Maithili and Sanskrit languages and patronised art and literature. Darbhanga is famous for producing many well-known musicians of the dhrupad style of Hindustani music. Today, the area of the Raj has diminished and is restricted to a small area containing the palaces and surrounding areas. Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy of Darbhanga, and its main produce is tobacco, oilseeds, sugarcane, and mangoes. The main trading commodities of Darbhanga district are fish, mango, and makhana. Darbhanga also has a presence of some food processing industries. The availability of locals products such as as fish and makhana influences the cuisine of Darbhanga. Poori-aaloo dum with jalebis is a favourite breakfast dish. Kheer makhana, a sweet dish made from makhana or foxtail, is a local delicacy. A daily meal normally has vegetables, lentils, rice, and chapatis. Machchar jhor, a spicy mustard-based fish curry, is popular among local fish eaters. Maithili and Hindi are the main languages spoken in this district.

About Bangalore Airport

Bengaluru Kempegowda International Airport (IATA: BLR) is located 40 kilometres north of the city. Kempegowda International Airport is India's third largest airport, after Delhi and Mumbai. The airport is named after Bangalore's founder, Nadaprabhu Kempe Gowda. It is the busiest airport in South India and the third largest airport in India, with over 33 million passengers served in 2018-2019. A second terminal was inaugurated in late 2022 and is expected to be operational in early 2023. Facilities at the airport include ATMs, foreign exchange desks, childcare rooms, limited free wi-fi, and mobile charging points. There are duty-free shops, medical facilities, lounge facilities, cafes and restaurants, and retail stores

About Bangalore

Bengaluru, formerly Bangalore, is a city in southern India and the capital of Karnataka state. It was founded by Kempe Gowda, a local chief and began as a settlement around a mud fort in the 16th century. In the 19th century, the British and the following Mysore king made Bengaluru their capital, and it has remained the capital of Karnataka post-independence. Today, Bangalore is the third most populous city after Delhi and Mumbai. It is also said to be among the ten fastest-growing cities in the world, according to a global economic research report. Bangalore has earned different sobriquets, including "The Garden City of India" and "Silicon Valley of India" for its green spaces and for being an IT hub. Apart from IT, Bengaluru is known for the leading biotechnology firms, along with the garments and textile industries.Kannada is the local language of Bangalore. English, Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi are also spoken by the majority of the residents of Bengaluru. The local cuisines of Bangalore include filter coffee, chow chow bath, bisibele bath, masala dosa, rava idli, ragi mudde, and pulao, to name a few of them. Non-vegetarian cuisines include donne biriyani, coorgi pandi curry, and chicken ghee roast. There are plenty of sweets such as mysore pak, obbattu, kajjaya, halbai, payasa, kesari bath, and badam halwa for those who want to satisfy their sweet cravings. Bangalore enjoys moderate weather but the best time to visit Bengaluru is in winter, between November and February.

Video Guide from Bangalore to Darbhanga

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Airport Information

Bangalore

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

Darbhanga

Darbhanga Airport, Aerodrome Darbhanga, Ranipur, Darbhanga, Basdeopur, Bihar 847242