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Bhopal to Mysore Flights

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Of the many options available on Adani, you can choose the cheapest flights from Bhopal to Mysore. If you are keen to visit the beautiful city of Mysore, you may have to pre-book your tickets. You can easily book a return ticket on Adani's platform.

Bhopal and Mysore are both great tourist destinations. The aerial distance from Bhopal to Mysore is 1,222 km. Though there are no direct flights between the two cities, you can fly to Bengaluru from Bhopal and then catch a train, bus, or cab to Mysore. The distance between Bengaluru and Mysore is just 131 km.

Flights from Bhopal to Mysore


About Mysore Airport

Mysore Airport (IATA: MYQ) is located near the village of Mandakalli, 10-12 km south of Mysore city. It is also called Mandakalli Airport and is operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

The airport is small but has excellent infrastructure. The present terminal of the airport was built in 2010 and is fully functional for domestic flights.

Mysore Airport’s passenger terminal stretches across 3,250 sq m. It can handle about 200 passengers at a time. The airport operates daily flights to seven destinations: Bangalore, Hubli, Goa, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi, and Mangalore. Tourists can take a taxi or public transport to the airport. Plans are afoot to expand the airport’s functionality. It has a single runway, which is being lengthened to allow jet aircraft to land.

About Mysore

Mysore, officially known as Mysuru, is a city in the southern state of Karnataka. It is an administrative district located southwest of Bangalore at the base of the Chamundi Hills. The city is a tourism hotspot given its diverse flora and fauna and houses some exquisite palaces. The music and dance concerts during the ten days of Dussehra celebrations are another great feature that attracts tourists to Mysore.

Mysore served as the capital city of an eponymous kingdom for almost six centuries and has a rich culture and heritage. The Wadiyar dynasty ruled the Mysore kingdom and significantly promoted art and culture. Later rulers such as Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan also made notable contributions to developing the art, culture, and heritage of Mysore. The contributions of all these rulers transformed Mysore into the cultural capital of Karnataka.

Prominent for its royal heritage and impeccable monuments, Mysore attracts numerous tourists every year. Historical palaces, nature parks, zoological gardens, and picturesque temples are the main attractions here. The cuisine of Mysore is famous across India and beyond. The availability of wide varieties of dosa, vada, Mysore Pak, and mouth-watering curries have also helped promote Mysore as an all-in-one tourism destination.

People of different faiths live here in peace and harmony, celebrating festivals together with equal zeal and joy. Mysore residents mainly speak Kannada, Tamil, and English. Tourism, IT, and industries such as weaving and carving contribute majorly to the city’s economy.

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Somanathapura Temple

The temple of Somnathpura has incredible stone carvings. It is 35 km from the city centre and a must-visit place in Mysore. It was built by a general named Somnath Dandnayaka, who served in the Hoysala kingdom. The temple houses a beautiful idol of Lord Chennakesava. The temple is one of the finest examples of Hoysala architecture.

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Rail Museum

The history and development of the Indian Railways are portrayed in the rail museum. It was established by the Indian Railways in 1979. There is a battery-operated toy-train for children to take short rides around the museum premises.

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Mysore Palace

Mysore Palace is a well-known tourist spot. With its incredible Indo-Saracenic architecture and rich historical artefacts, the palace exudes an aura of royalty. This palace was built by the 24th ruler of the Wadiyar dynasty. Its grandeur and stretch have drawn comparisons with England’s Buckingham Palace. The palace is illuminated by nearly 100,000 lights on special occasions and festivals. 

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Mysore Zoo

This zoo is also known as Shri Chamarajendra Zoological Garden. It is a conservation place for various animal and bird species, including several endangered species. The world's first caesarean surgery was performed on an elephant in the Mysore Zoo.  

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Karanji Lake

Located at a distance of 4 km from the city, Karanji Lake is emerging as a picnic spot for tourists and locals alike. Also known as Fountain Lake, a wide variety of bird species can be found in the area. A visit to this lake is a delight for birdwatchers. There are aviaries and a butterfly park near the lake.

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Bonsai Garden

Bonsai trees are a popular form of Japanese tree plantation. At Kishkindha Moolika Bonsai Garden, you can take delight in viewing numerous bonsai trees. You can find over 450 varieties of Bonsai. The garden is open to everyone for a nominal fee.


About Bhopal Airport

Bhopal’s Raja Bhoj Airport (IATA: BHO) is operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI). It is located in the Gandhi Nagar area of the city. The airport is named after the Paramara king, Raja Bhoj.

Raja Bhoj Airport is at a distance of 15 km from the city centre. A new integrated terminal was added to the airport in 2011. Domestic flights to Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune, Hyderabad, Bangalore, and other major cities operate regularly from the airport. It has been upgraded to an international airport, along with Khajuraho and Indore airports.

The airport, which has a single passenger terminal, uses solar energy for its functionality. Facilities available at the airport include shops, restaurants, juice bars, currency exchange counters, a post office, free Wi-Fi, and medical assistance.

Bhopal has the second-busiest airport in Madhya Pradesh after Indore Airport. It is well-connected to the city by bus and taxi. Metro trains will also be shortly available between the city and the airport. As it is centrally located, Raja Bhoj Airport is emerging as a significant airport with excellent connectivity to the country’s cities.

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About Bhopal

Bhopal is the capital and administrative headquarters of the central state of Madhya Pradesh. It is fondly referred to as the “City of Lakes”. The city is situated in the beautiful Vindhya Mountain range and has a humid climate. Bhopal has a good transport network and is well-connected by road, railway, and air.

Founded in the 11th century by king Bhoj, Bhopal has a rich historical background. It started as a small village, with the modern city being established by Dost Mohammad Khan, who also built the Fatehgarh Fort. After India gained independence, the state of Bhopal was merged into the Indian Union by the government.

Bhopal is famous for its caves, forests, and lakes. The New Market in Bhopal is a popular shopping centre among visitors. The chowks of Bhopal are full of exquisite cuisines. You can find various kinds of meat dishes such as keema, biryani pilaf, and kebab here. Bhopali paan is a must-have after enjoying a heavy and delicious meal.

The official language is Hindi, but Marathi, Sindhi, Urdu, Gujarati, and English are also widely spoken. Diwali and Eid are the main festivals celebrated in the city.

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Laxmi Narayan Temple

Laxmi Narayan Temple is also located in the Arera Hills. It houses idols of Laxmi-Narayan along with those of Shiva-Parvati. It was built by the Birla family. The surroundings are clean, and one can spend some quality time here.

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Sanchi Stupa

Sanchi Stupa was built during the time of King Ashoka of the Maurya Dynasty. It is a popular tourist spot in Madhya Pradesh and attracts many visitors each year. One of the most significant Buddhist monuments in India, its central pillar, supports a chattra (umbrella) that symbolises Buddhism’s three jewels, the Buddha, the dharma (doctrine), and the sangha (community). Visitors can circumambulate the dome enclosed by a railing in a clockwise direction.  

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Bhimbetka Caves

The Bhimbetka Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They are located nearly 42 km from south Bhopal but are worth a visit. The caves are home to ancient paintings, said to have been painted almost 30,000 years ago.

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Udayagiri Caves

Ancient drawings and carvings adorn the walls of the Udayagiri Caves. You can find many sculptures carved in stone. The caves are believed to date back to the 5th century CE. The drawings are of gods and goddesses such as Vishnu, Lakshmi, Shiva, and Parvati.

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Upper Lake

Upper Lake is also known as Bhojtaal or Bada Talab. This freshwater lake is said to have been built by King Bhoj. The place also offers boating facilities. 

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Van Vihar National Park

Van Vihar National Park is home to several species of animals, reptiles, and birds, making it an irresistible place for visitors. You can see the blackbuck, hyena, sambar, tiger, and leopard, among other animal species, as well as peacocks, wagtails, orioles, and blue kingfishers. The park is a conservation zone under strict protection, which has allowed vegetation to flourish in an unprecedented manner.  

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct flights between Bhopal and Mysore currently. However, one can take a flight to Bengaluru and then take a bus or cab to Mysore.  

The name of Bhopal airport is Raja Bhoj International Airport. 

The IATA code for Raja Bhoj International Airport is BHO, while it is MYQ for Mysore Airport. 

No duty-free shops are currently available at the airport. 

There are various options to reach the airport from the city centre. You can take a bus or a taxi. Private cab booking options are also available. 

There are many shops, restaurants, cafes, and juice bars at the airport to spend spare time. 

The airport has a single-passenger terminal. 

Currently, Bhopal Airport does not operate flights to international destinations, although it has been upgraded to an international airport.  

The facilities include shopping centres, restaurants, free Wi-Fi, post offices, currency exchange, and a child care room. 

No, Mysore Airport operates domestic flights only. 

The airport is located in the village of Mandakalli, 12 km from the Mysore city centre. 

Mysore is only 131 km from Bengaluru by road and can be reached in three and a half hours by bus or cab.  

Some popular attractions in Bhopal are Jama Masjid, Lower Lake, Upper Lake, Sadar Manzil, Archaeological Museum, Bharat Bhawan, Birla Museum, Van Vihar National Park, Shaukat Mahal, and Gohar Mahal. 

The chattra symbolises Buddhism’s three jewels, the Buddha, the dharma (doctrine), and the sangha (community). 

It is believed that Raja Bhoj founded Bhopal in the 11th century, but the modern city was established by the Afghan ruler, Dost Mohammad Khan, in the 18th century. 
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Airport Information

Mysore Kozhikode-Mysore-Kollegal Hwy, Mysuru, Karnataka 571311

Bhopal Raja Bhoj Airport, Gandhi Nagar Post office, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal (MP)-462036