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Every day, as many as six flights operate between Bangalore and Dharamshala, with the shortest flight taking around 7 hours.

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
SpiceJet23:00
Bangalore
07:30
Dharamsala
08h 30m₹9,010
SpiceJet23:00
Bangalore
09:15
Dharamsala
10h 15m₹9,010
IndiGo22:45
Bangalore
08:25
Dharamsala
09h 40m₹9,403
IndiGo20:30
Bangalore
08:25
Dharamsala
11h 55m₹9,403
IndiGo21:30
Bangalore
08:25
Dharamsala
10h 55m₹9,598
SpiceJet06:00
Bangalore
07:30
Dharamsala
25h 30m₹9,741
SpiceJet23:00
Bangalore
13:05
Dharamsala
14h 05m₹10,480
SpiceJet06:00
Bangalore
13:05
Dharamsala
07h 05m₹15,809

Bangalore to Dharamshala Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

07h 05m

First Flight

SpiceJet SG-8529,departs at 06:00

Last Flight

SpiceJet SG-8537, departs at 23:00

Popular Airlines from Bangalore to Dharamsala

SpiceJet, IndiGo

Total flights to Travel from Bangalore to Dharamsala in a day

8

Airport Codes for Bangalore and Dharamsala

BLR-Bangalore, DHM-Dharamsala
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About Dharamshala Airport

The Kangra-Gaggal Airport (IATA: DHM) is a regional airport in Gaggal, Himachal Pradesh. It is 12 km from Dharamshala, 8 km from Kangra, and 14 km from Kangra Railway Station. The Kangra Airport has regular flights to and from New Delhi. It is located on the National Highway, which runs between Pathankot and Mandi.The airport, which is built over 1,269 acres, is situated at the height of 2,492 ft and has one asphalt runway. The single terminal here can accommodate 100 passengers, 50 in the arrival area and 50 in the departure area. The airport suffers a load penalty due to its shorter runway and high altitude, and aircraft are not allowed to take off at full capacity, resulting in under-utilisation and higher airfares on this route.

About Dharamshala

Dharamshala is a hill town situated in the upper reaches of the Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is surrounded by coniferous forests dominated by tall cedar trees, also known as Deodar. Kacheri Adda, Forsyth Ganj, Dharamkot, Bhagsunag, Naddi, McLeodganj, Kotwali Bazar, Ramnagar, Sidhbari, and Sidhpur, etc. are suburbs around Dharamshala. It is also known for its cricket stadium, which was built in 2003 and hosts international matches.Dharamshala is also known as the residence of the Dalai Lama, who lives in the suburb of McLeodganj. As a result, Tibetan influence is evident in Dharamshala and its surrounding regions. Dharamshala has become a popular tourist destination for visitors from India and outside, particularly for scholars studying Tibet.Although most of Kangra districtís tea plantations are in the Palampur area, Dharamshala is home to a number of tea gardens, most notably at Sheela Chowk, extending north to Khaniyara. Dharamshala tea, also known as Kangra tea, is known and loved in India and worldwide.

Place to visit in Dharamshala

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Dharamshala Cricket Stadium

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Triund Hill

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Tsuglagkhang Dalai Lama Temple Complex

About Bangalore Airport

Bangaloreís Kempegowda International Airport (IATA: BLR) is situated roughly 30 km north of the city, near the Devanahalli area. Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) owns and operates the airport, a public-private partnership. Kempegowda International Airport was opened in 2008 in an attempt to replace the HAL Airport, the cityís original principal commercial airport, which was experiencing increased congestion. It is named after Bengaluruís founder, Kempe Gowda I.The airport features one terminal that serves both domestic and international flights and two runways. The second runway opened on December 6, 2019. The airport has been named the best in Asia-Pacific in 2020 by Airports Council International.

About Bangalore

Bangalore, known as the silicon valley of India, rich in heritage and culture as much as it is rich in infrastructure, Bangalore, or Bengaluru, is third among the most populated cities in India. Information technology giants setting up shop in the city can be attributed to this population. Situated atop the Deccan, the city is widely known for its pleasant climate all year long. It also stands 900 m above sea level, making it a major city with the highest elevation in India.Because it is Indiaís biggest information technology (IT) exporter, Bengaluru is known as the ìSilicon Valley of Indiaî. The city is home to many Indian tech companies as well. Bengaluru is Indiaís second-fastest growing metropolitan metropolis, with a diversified population.The city is located in Karnataka in the Deccan Plateau area (a region of the larger Cretaceous Deccan Plateau). The Bengaluru urban district of Karnataka contains most of the city, while the Bengaluru rural district contains the surrounding rural areas. From the former Bengaluru rural district, the Karnataka government has created the new district of Ramanagara.Bengaluru has a temperate climate throughout the year due to its high elevation (900 m).

Place to visit in Bangalore

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Bangalore Palace

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Cubbon Park

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Nandi Hills

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Vidhana Soudha

Video Guide from Bangalore to Dharamshala

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Airport Information

Bangalore

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

Dharamshala

NH154, Gaggal, Himachal Pradesh 176209

Frequently Asked Questions

There is a frequency of around 5-6 flights from Bangalore to Dharamshala every day.
The IATA code for Bangalore Airport is BLR, and for Dharamshala Airport is DHM.
As of 2022, there are no direct flights from Bangalore and Dharamshala.
You can check with your booked airlineís policy for the rules and regulations regarding carrying food items on board. Generally, dry food items are permitted on flights from Bangalore to Dharamshala, given that they are packed properly.
On an economy-class flight from Bangalore to Dharamshala, passengers can normally bring 7 kgs of cabin bags and 15 kgs of check-in luggage. Air India allows 8 kgs of cabin baggage and 20 kgs of check-in luggage on flights from Bangalore to Dharamshala. The weight limit varies depending on the airline and travel class. Before checking in at the airport, please review the baggage policies.
Frequent buses ply to the Kempegowda International Airport. You can also take cabs to reach the airport.
You can find duty-free shops at Bangalore Airport, but these shops are only accessible by the people boarding international flights.
The Bangalore city centre is situated 30 km from the airport, and it takes roughly 1 hour to reach if the roads are clear.
The Dharamshala city centre is situated 12 km away from the airport.
There are local buses available to make travelling convenient in Dharamshala. The fares are reasonable as well.
Bangalore is connected through a network of metro lines. The price ranges from INR 50-60. In addition, suburban trains, autorickshaws, and buses are readily available.
Cubbon Park is named so as a mark of honor to Sir John Meade.
Sholay was shot in Ramanagara in Bangalore.