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Bhubaneswar to Kullu Flights

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Are you looking to book tickets from Bhubaneswar to Kullu? You can book your Bhubaneswar to Kullu Flight tickets on Adani One. Whether it's a flight from Bhubaneswar to Kullu or from Kullu to Bhubaneswar, Adani One provides a comprehensive schedule of airfares to help you select the best flight as per your preferred timings. Adani One enables you to pick the most convenient flight and the best airfare deals or cashback. All domestic airlines, including IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia, are listed on the site, allowing you to select your flight as per your preference. Discounts and deals are frequently updated on the portal for connecting and direct flights. It is recommended to book tickets for return flights if you have a date in mind. This will help you take advantage of the offers and discounts that come with return tickets.

As of now, no direct flights are operating between Bhubaneswar and Kullu. However, you can book your flights from Bhubaneswar to Chandigarh. Chandigarh Airport is around 266 km from Kullu. There is good flight connectivity between Bhubaneswar and Chandigarh. Make sure to visit the Adani One when planning your air travel. Book your flight at the Adani One today!

Flights from Bhubaneswar to Kullu


About Kullu Airport

Kullu Airport (IATA code: KUU), known as Bhuntar Airport, is situated in Bhuntar in Himachal Pradesh. The airport is regarded as a challenging airport for pilots due to the runway here being located in a valley flanked by high peaks of more than 1,000 ft (in height). The airport is equipped with the latest infrastructure facilities. It is said to be the most efficient way to travel to Manali (50 km away). Currently, Kullu airport offers flight connectivity to limited destinations in India, with Delhi being one such flight route from Kullu Airport.

Kullu Manali Airport has one domestic terminal and offers basic amenities for passengers’ comfort and convenience, including mobile charging points, ATMs, phone booths, tourist information centre, post office, bank, medical assistance as well as wheelchair assistance. You will also find restaurants and cafés near the airport.

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About Kullu

Kullu is an urban council town located on the banks of the Beas River in the Kullu Valley. Considered a jewel in the crown of Himachal Pradesh, Kullu is known for its majestic landscapes, rivers, temples and rich culture.

The Kullu Valley, located between Manali and Larji, is frequented by tourists due to its hills covered in deodar and pine forests and expansive apple orchards. The valley is flanked by the Pir Panjal, Lower Himalayan, and Great Himalayan Ranges, located in Northern India.

Kullu is a favourite attraction among adventure lovers as it offers river rafting, paragliding and trekking, among other adventure sports. The history of the Kullu Valley goes back to the ancient Hindu literary works like Ramayana, Mahabharata, and the Puranas. Several tiny republics, referred to as "Janapadas", existed in the region where Kullu stands today. It was later conquered by the Gupta Empire, Mauryan Empire, Nanda Empire, Pala Dynasty, and Karkota Empire. Following a brief period under the rule of King Harshavardhana, the region was divided into small autonomous areas led by chieftains, including Rajput principalities. The Maratha Empire and the Sikh Empire later conquered these regions.

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Beas River

Beas River brings life to the Kullu Valley and is home to numerous camping areas and water activities. Beas River originates in the Himalayas and flows 470 km before merging with the Sutlej River in Punjab. The banks of this river in Kullu is popular amongst nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts.

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Vashisht Temple and Hot Water Springs

Located at a distance of 3 km from Manali, these sulphurous hot water springs are situated in Vashist village, on the Beas River, and are believed to have medicinal value. Vashist Temple, on the other hand, is dedicated to sage Vashist and is believed to be over 4,000 years old. The hot springs can be enjoyed privately in the Turkish-style bath houses located here. 

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Great Himalayan National Park

The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Great Himalayan National Park, is an ideal spot for animal and nature lovers. The park is home to over 350 species of fauna, several of which are endangered. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful view of the nearby valleys and mountain passes here.


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Biju Patnaik International Airport (IATA code: BBI), also called the Bhubaneswar Airport, serves Bhubaneswar and other cities in this region. It is located around 4 km southwest of the Bhubaneswar Railway Station and is 3 km from the city's centre. It is named after the former chief minister of the state, Biju Patnaik. He was a famous aviator and freedom fighter. It is one of the most crowded and busiest airports in India, managed by the Airports Authority of India (AAI).

Biju Patnaik Airport is one of the main airports for civil aviation in Eastern India. The airport has two operational regular passenger terminals, i.e., Terminal 1 and 2, for domestic and international travellers.

You can also find many travel-friendly services such as prepaid taxi counters, childcare rooms, Forex, ATM, medical assistance, restaurants, an information desk, free wi-fi connectivity, and a passenger lounge. You can reach the airport by taxi or a regular city bus service. There are shuttle services from the airport to the railway station and the city centre.

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About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is the state capital and the largest city in Odisha. It is known as the “Temple City” or “Ekamra Kshetra”, as it was once home to 700 temples. Today, the city is an educational hub and a bustling business location.

The modern capital city Bhubaneswar was established officially around 1948. The structure and buildings all around the city have a rich influence from Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain cultures and traditions. There are several Kalingan temples here, mostly dating back to the 6th-13th century CE. Along with Puri and Konark, Bhubaneswar makes up the "Swarna Tribhuja' or Golden Triangle, and is one of the most popular eastern Indian places among travellers.

German architect Otto Konigsberger planned the modern city of Bhubaneswar in 1946. Along with Jamshedpur and Chandigarh, it was one of the first modern planned cities in the country. Bhubaneswar and Cuttack are commonly described as the “twin cities of Odisha”. Bhubaneswar, along with Rourkela, is part of the smart city mission in Odisha.

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Lingaraj Temple

Lingaraj Temple is an iconic temple in Bhubaneswar and is among the top tourist landmarks and attractions. This temple, which dates back to the 11th century, is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is a stunning architectural wonder. It was built in the 10th century by King Jajati Keshari and was completed in the 11th century by King Lalatendu Keshari. The temple's surroundings are well-maintained and offer a tranquil environment. The central tower of the temple is 55 m tall. The Lingaraj Temple is one of the oldest and tallest temples in the state. A trip to Bhubaneswar isn't complete without visiting this beautiful attraction.

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Mukteshvara Temple

Mukteshvara Temple was constructed during the 10th century and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. There is a dazzling fish pond inside the temple's compound and a serene and well-maintained garden. This gorgeous temple is a must-visit tourist attraction in Bhubaneswar. 

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Dhauli Shanti Stupa

With the majestic Dhauli Hills in the backdrop, it is one of the most beautiful Buddhist monuments in the region. Built in the 1970s by the Japan Buddha Sangha and the Kalinga Nippon Buddha Sangha, this Buddhist monument is made of white marble. It is located 7 km from Bhubaneswar, and the road to this attraction offers breathtaking views of the region. It is a beautiful spot to get away from the bustle of the city.

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Rajarani Temple

The temple built in the 11th century is a stunning architectural masterpiece. It is one of the unique temples in the region as its walls are adorned with carvings of women and couples, which has led to it being called the “love temple”. The Rajarani Temple was constructed with red and yellow sandstone, locally known as “Rajarani”. At present, this temple doesn’t have a presiding deity and is famous as a temple without a deity.

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Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves

Khandagiri and Udayagiri Caves, formerly called Kattaka Caves, are situated in the Khandagiri region of Bhubaneswar. These caves are partly natural and artificial and date back to 1 BCE. Located 7 km from Bhubaneswar, Udayagiri comprises 18 caves, and Khandagiri comprises 15 caves. 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are no direct flights between Bhubaneswar and Kullu. You must take a flight from Bhubaneswar to Chandigarh and then take a cab or bus to Kullu.

The IATA code for Bhubaneswar Airport is BBI. The Kullu airport has the code KUU. 

Some hotels located near the Bhubaneswar Airport are Ratna Resort, Kumud Plaza, Hillside Magnum, and Triple Tree Hotels and Resorts, among others.

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline’s policy for more information on bringing food items during your travel from Bhubaneswar to Kullu. In general, you can carry dry food items. However, your food should be adequately packed and spill-proof. 

Chandigarh is around 266 km from Kullu and can be reached in seven and a half hours by bus or cab.

Some of the best places to visit in Bhubaneswar are:
  • Lingaraj Temple
  • Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves
  • Rajarani Temple
  • Odisha State Museum
  • Mukteswara Temple

German architect Otto Konigsberger designed the modern city of Bhubaneswar in 1946.

Currently, Kullu Airport offers limited flight connectivity. So, it is better to take a flight to Chandigarh Airport.

Some hotels near the Bhuntar Airport are Hotel Sandhya Palace, Hotel Flight View, Rudra River Huts, Mathan View Homestay, Hotel Amit, among others. 

Some of the best places to visit in and around Kullu are:
  • Bijli Mahadev Temple
  • Bhrigu Lake
  • Great Himalayan National Park
  • Tirthan Valley
  • Manikaran

Kullu is famous for its apple orchards, temples, mesmerising landscapes, rich culture and deodar and pine forests. 

Manali is around 50 km from Kullu airport. 

Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa and Himalayan Nyingmapa Gompa monasteries are two of the most well-known Buddhist monasteries in Kullu and are a must-visit for any traveller.

Some items you can’t take with you on a flight are weapons, drugs, alcohol, knives and other illegal items. Check the list of prohibited items mentioned on the airline website before you board any flight.

Puri is about 70 km from Bhubaneswar. The distance takes about two hours to cover by bus or cab.
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Airport Information

Kullu Airport Road, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175125

Bhubaneswar Airport Rd, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020