Bangalore to Latur Flights

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Adani One offers the best airfare deals on domestic flights. It enables the users to book flight tickets to any city they desire. Major carriers, such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India and AirAsia are listed on the platform. At Adani, you can find amazing air ticket deals, cashback offers and discounted airfares, especially if you book your flight early. Travellers have access to an airfare calendar to ease their flight ticket booking. To get the maximum benefits on airfares, it is advisable to book a return flight. Since Latur Airport is not operational, the nearest airport is Hyderabad Airport. Currently, several direct flights are operating on the Bangalore to Hyderabad route. These flights are operated by IndiGo, Vistara, Air Asia, Alliance Air and Star Air and take around 1 hour and 30 minutes. From Hyderabad Airport, you can take a car or take the train or bus to reach Latur. The distance between Hyderabad Airport and Latur is around 300 km.Check out Adani One for any updates on cashback and discount offers, and book your Bangalore to Hyderabad ticket today!

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About Latur Airport

Hyderabad Airport (IATA code: HYD)is popularly known as the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It is located about 22 km from Hyderabad city centre in the suburb of Shamshabad. The airport has been built and is maintained under a public-private partnership model. Hyderabad Airport has one passenger terminal. This integrated terminal handles both arrivals and departures of international as well as domestic flights. For the convenience of passengers, the airport offers various services, such as free Wi-Fi, shops and restaurants, babycare rooms, an information desk, immigration counters, ATMs, a pharmacy and medical services. One can easily commute to and from the airport either by bus or rental car services. Moreover, one can hire taxis or rental cars to commute from the airport to nearby places.

About Latur

Latur, Maharashtraís 16th largest city, is also a district in itself. It is an administrative district in the Marathwada region of Maharashtra, located in the southeastern part of the Balaghat plateau. It is majorly an agricultural district. The present-day Latur city was developed by king Amoghvarsha of the Rashtrakutas dynasty. In 753 AD, the Rashtrakutas succeeded the Chalukyas of Badami and started living in the modern-day Latur region. They called themselves the residents of Latur. The annual Shri Siddheshwar Fair is celebrated in the city with great pomp. In January 2011, the first Latur Festival was organised. Since this festival became a huge success, it is now celebrated yearly. Music and dance are essentials of the regionís culture. Natya sangeet and folk music are the two most popular music forms here. Dhangari Gaja, Povadas and Lavani are the most practised dance forms in Latur.

About Bangalore Airport

Bengaluru Airport is officially known as Kempegowda International Airport (IATA Code: BLR). The airport is located in Devanahalli, which is approximately 40 km north of the Bengaluru city centre. It is the third busiest airport in India. The airport is connected to several domestic destinations such as Delhi, Mumbai, Goa and Chennai. International flights from more than 15 destinations, such as Frankfurt, London, Dubai, Sydney and Paris, fly into the airport regularly. Kempegowda International Airport has a single passenger terminal and some of the facilities available at the airport include free Wi-Fi, a business centre, ATMs, a currency exchange counter, baby care facilities, a pharmacy and duty-free stores. The airport initially had one runway; in December 2019, a second runway was added. This is the first airport in India with parallel runways, which allow take-off and landing simultaneously.

About Bangalore

Bengaluru, formerly known as Bangalore, is the capital city of Karnataka. It is located on the Deccan plateau in southern India. Several South Indian dynasties, such as the Cholas, the Western Gangas and the Hoysalas, ruled Bengaluru until 1537 CE. In 1537 CE, a feudal ruler named Kempe Gowda, under the Vijayanagara Empire, built a mud fort that is considered to be the cornerstone of Bengaluru. After 1947, Bengaluru (spelt Bangalore at that time) was made the capital of Mysore state and remained so when the new state of Karnataka was formed in 1956. Bengaluru is popularly known as the Silicon Valley of India and also the Garden City of India. It is home to several well-recognised research centres, colleges, software companies and private industries. Bengaluru has a tropical savanna-type climate. It experiences pleasant weather throughout the year due to its high elevation. Kannada is the most popularly spoken language in Bengaluru. Along with Kannada, English and Hindi are also spoken. Some important festivals that are celebrated are Ganesh Chaturthi, Dasara, Eid-ul-Fitr and the Bengaluru Karaga Festival.
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Airport Information

Bangalore

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

Latur

Latur Airport, Latur Airport Private Limited, Near Phata No.12, Barshi Road, Latur-413 512, Maharashtra, India.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are two forts in Latur; Ausa Fort and Udgir Fort.
Special Volvo buses operate between Bangalore city and Kempegowda International Airport. You can catch any of these buses. You can also avail of any of the popular taxi services, such as Easycabs, Meru and KSTDC (govt) cabs.
Sholay was shot in Ramanagara, a village approximately 50 km from Bangalore.
Yes, Latur was struck by a devastating earthquake in 1993, killing 10000 people.
The best hotels in Latur are Hotel Radhika, Hotel Embassy International, Hotel Parth Executive and Hotel Relax.
The IATA codes for Bangalore and Latur Airports are BLR and HYD, respectively.
There are a lot of remarkable tourist spots in Latur, some of which are Ausa Fort, Wadwal Nagnath Bet Hill, Kharosa Caves, Ganj Golai, and so on.
Bangalore is famous for being Indiaís IT hub. Some of the world-famous corporations operate in Bangalore. Apart from famous MNCs, it is also home to many Indian tech companies and start-ups.
The aerial distance between Bangalore and Latur is 615 km.
Kempegowda International Airport is situated at a distance of about 36.4 km from Bangalore railway station.
The most common language spoken in Bangalore is Kannada. Kannada belongs to the Dravidian family of languages.
The most popular airlines operating on this route are Air India, GoAir, IndiGo and SpiceJet. Currently, no airlines operate direct flights from Bangalore to Latur. However, you can take a flight from Bangalore to Hyderabad, and travel to Latur by road.
The annual Shri Siddheshwar Fair attracts a large number of people.
The most famous religious site in Latur is Siddheshwar Ratneshwar Temple.
Latur city was originally developed by King Amoghvarsha of the Rashtrakutas dynasty. The Rashtrakutas claimed themselves to be the residents of Latur.