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Need to book Bangalore to Kannur flights? Well, you are in the right place. Bangalore to Prayagraj (Allahabad) is one of the busiest air routes in India, as millions of travellers fly on this route every year. Moreover, booking flight tickets has become quite easy, as travellers can now book their tickets right from their desktop or mobile device.Whether it is a Bangalore to Kannur flight or Prayagraj (Allahabad) to Bangalore flight, Adani will display the detailed flight schedule for the next two to three months, from which you can choose the most profitable deal. It is quite easy to book flight tickets on Adani. Simply type the origin and destination cities, along with your travel date and the number of passengers to check the flight availability, along with the price and time. There are around 11 flights from Bangalore to Kannur every week, operated by IndiGo. Adani will display the list of the cheapest flights to help you get the lowest airfare. Complete your Bangalore to Kannur flight booking on Adani today.

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01h 15m₹4,875
01h 20m₹5,610
04h 10m₹6,527
05h 50m₹6,527
06h 40m₹7,466

Bangalore to Kannur Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

01h 15m

First Flight

IndiGo 6E-7728,departs at 06:10

Last Flight

IndiGo 6E-7447, departs at 18:05

Popular Airlines from Bangalore to Kannur


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Airport Codes for Bangalore and Kannur

BLR-Bangalore, CNN-Kannur

About Kannur Airport

Kannur International Airport serves the North Malabar region of Kerala, the Karnataka districts of Dakshina Kannada, Kodagu, and Mysore, and the Puducherry district of MahÈ. It is 28 km east of Kannur and 24 km east of Thalassery, in the Thalassery taluk of Kerala's Kannur district, near the municipality of Mattannur. Kannur International Airport Limited (KIAL), a publicñprivate partnership, owns and operates the airport. On December 9, 2018, the airport began commercial operations. In just nine months since commercial operations began, the airport could serve one million people. Despite the COVID-19 issue, the greenfield airport was able to maintain steady growth, reaching the milestone of two million passengers in November 2020, its twenty-third month of existence. Kannur International Airport is Kerala's second greenfield airport established through a public-private partnership (PPP). Kannur International Airport Ltd. (KIAL), a public company, manages the airport. With a floor space of 97,000 sq m for arrival and departure separately, the airport includes an integrated passenger terminal for both international and domestic travellers.

About Kannur

Kannur, in Kerala, is a lovely holiday location with plenty of natural beauty and major historical landmarks. The city's highlights include beautiful beaches, old temples, wildlife reserves, and noteworthy museums. Kannur is also known as Cannanore in English. It is the administrative seat of the Kannur district and is located 274 km north of Kochi, India's largest port city and commercial hub, and 137 km south of Mangalore, India's largest port city and commercial hub. Kannur was known as Cannanore during British colonial control in India, when it was a part of the Malabar District (Madras Presidency). Kannur was well-known during British control for the production of Thalassery pepper. Kannur cuisine reflects the region's culture and heritage. It is well-known for its Malabar biriyani. The city is also known for haluva and banana chips. Seafood preparations (prawns, mussels, and mackerel) are also popular. The sadya is a vegetarian dish. Kannur cuisine is a fusion of Keralite, Persian, Yemeni, and Arab culinary traditions. The creation of most dishes exemplifies this fusion of culinary traditions. Other delicacies include parottas (soft flatbread), Pathiri (a sort of rice pancake), and ghee rice. Kannur cuisine is distinguished by its liberal use of spices, such as black pepper, cardamom, and clove.

About Bangalore Airport

Kempegowda International Airport serves Bengaluru which is the capital of Karnataka, in Southern India. It is roughly 30 km north of the city, near the suburb of Devanahalli, and covers 4,000 acres. Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL), a public-private enterprise, owns and operates the airport. The airport opened in May 2008 as a replacement for HAL Airport, the city's previous principal commercial airport, which was experiencing severe congestion. It is named after Kempe Gowda I, the founder of Bengaluru. Kempegowda International Airport, created by CleanMax Solar, became Karnataka's first solar-powered airport. Kempegowda Airport is India's third busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic, and total cargo handled, behind Delhi and Mumbai and Asia's 29th busiest airport. The airport has two runways and one passenger terminal that conducts domestic and international flights. It is known as "The Gateway to South and Central India". Bengaluru's geographic location and Karnataka's increasing economy have aided the airportís development as a critical transportation hub.

About Bangalore

Bengaluru, or Bengaluru, is the capital and largest city in the Indian state of Karnataka. With over 8 million people and a metropolitan population of almost 11 million, it is India's third most populous city. Bengaluru, situated in southern India on the Deccan Plateau at the height of around 900 metres and is known for its pleasant weather throughout the year. Because it is India's most comprehensive information technology (IT) exporter, Bengaluru is known as the "Silicon Valley of India" (or "IT capital of India"). The city is home to many Indian tech*n companies. Bengaluru is India's second-fastest-growing metropolitan metropolis, with a diversified population. Lonely Planet listed Bengaluru third among the top ten cities to visit in the world in May 2012. Bengaluru is also home to many vegan restaurants and PETA India has rated it India's most vegan-friendly city. Various visitors and residents are concerned about the city's consistent air and noise pollution; yet, the city provides many escapes, such as parks and trees lined up along the roadways.

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Airport Information


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


Kannur International Airport, Mattannur, Kerala 670702

Frequently Asked Questions

Flights are operating on schedule, but it is always best to check with your airline beforehand.
Yes, you may be allowed to carry some dry food and fruits in your hand luggage.
You can approach the staff of the airline that you have travelled with and provide your boarding pass and details of the lost baggage.
There are around 9 connecting flights between Bangalore and Kannur.
There are approximately 10 flights every day from Bangalore to Kannur.
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium Lal Bagh Botanical Garden Manchanabele Dam National Gallery of Modern Art
The Bangalore airport is known as Bangalore International Airport and has the code BLR, whereas the Kannur airport is known as Chulman and has the code CNN.
The airport address is KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bangalore, Karnataka, 560300.
The airport address is Mattannur, Kannur - Mattannur Road, Kerala 670702.
The minimum time to fly from Bangalore to Kannur is 1 hour 25 minutes.
The first flight, Air India AI 748, leaves from Bangalore to Kannur at 2:40 am.
Air India has a maximum of 9 flights each day between Bangalore and Kannur, out of a total of ten daily flights. Following that, IndiGo has one flight from Bangalore to Kannur.
Air India AI 808 is the last flight from Bangalore to Kannur, departing at 9pm.