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Bhubaneswar to Lucknow Flights

A total of 20 connecting flights operate weekly between Bhubaneswar and Lucknow. Most of these flights have layovers in New Delhi, while some have layovers in Hyderabad, Patna, Kolkata, etc. IndiGo operates the first flight from Bhubaneswar to Lucknow, which departs at 5:40 am, and the last flight departs at 11 pm.

Flights from Bhubaneswar to Lucknow


About Lucknow Airport

The Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport serves Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. The airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 currently operates international flights, and Terminal 2 is dedicated to domestic flights. Domestic airlines such as Air India, Air India Express, IndiGo, and Vistara operate from Lucknow Airport. The metro line is the best way to get to Lucknow Airport. Alternatively, you may take a taxi, rent a car, or use the airport’s prepaid taxi counters.

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About Lucknow

Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, also known as “The City of Nawabs”. It is well-renowned for its historical monuments, culture, and traditional heritage. It is the largest city in Uttar Pradesh with a population of about 2.8 million people as per the 2011 census. The city is also well-known for its arts, music, and poetry. If you’re a foodie, try some of the popular restaurants in Lucknow, like The Mughal’s Dastarkhwan and Milan.

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The Residency

Once the home of the British Resident General, the Residency has now been converted into a popular tourist spot. Sometimes referred to as the Residency Complex or British Residency, it includes a complex of buildings overlooking the river Gomti. The Residency is a historical site of Lucknow which is adorned with lush green gardens and beautiful lawns. The front gate of the site is called the Baillie guard gate. Thousands of locals and tourists flock to The Residency in Lucknow to experience the remnants of historic royalty. The next time you plan your visit to the old capital of India, Lucknow, make sure you pay a visit to The Residency. The best time to visit here is during the winter months.

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Jama Masjid

Constructed in the year 1839, Jama Masjid of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, adds a unique charm to the city of Nawabs. It was built by Nawab Mohammad Ali Shah Bahadur, making it one of the oldest and most visited mosques of the city. Although it has been compared to the Jama Masjid in Delhi, it holds a lot of significance in the hearts of locals as well as tourists. The mosque features a unique architectural design and beautiful artwork which makes it the most popular among them all. Thousands throng Jama Masjid to pray and seek blessings from Allah. Like most of Lucknow's historical sites, Jama Masjid is also inspired by Mughal architecture. The next time you plan your visit to the old capital of India, Lucknow, make sure you pay a visit to Jama Masjid. The best time to visit Lucknow is during the winter months.

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Chota Imambara

The Chhota Imambara, also known as the Hussainabad Imambara, is a beautiful and attractive landmark in Lucknow. This massive building, west of Bara Imambara, is a sight to see. In 1838, Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh, founded the Chhota Imambara, a Shia Muslim gathering place. The Imambara was supposed to be both his and his mother's tomb, and she is interred beside him in this famous edifice.

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British Residency

During the 1857 uprising, several Britishers took refuge at the British Residency in Lucknow. The fort is no longer standing, and hundreds of British soldiers who died during the siege are buried nearby. The ruins are now under the control of the Archaeological Survey of India.

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Ambedkar Park

The Ambedkar Memorial Park was established by the Mayawati administration in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow. The park was established to honour individuals such as Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar, Kanshi Ram, and others who dedicated their lives to equality and human justice. The seven billion rupee park is one of Lucknow's most gorgeous attractions.

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Balaji Temple


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Bhubaneswar Airport, also known as Biju Patnaik International Airport, is the primary international airport serving Bhubaneswar. It has two terminals. Terminal 1 handles domestic flights, and Terminal 2 handles international traffic. AirAsia India, Air India, Alliance Air, Go First, IndiGo, and Vistara are the primary carriers that fly in and out of Biju Patnaik International Airport.

Bhubaneswar has state-run bus services to get you to the airport. You can also easily take a cab from the city centre, which is 3 km away. Bhubaneswar Airport offers several facilities for its passengers, including ATMs, Wi-Fi, medical services, lounge, and child care rooms, along with all other baggage facilities.

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About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar is an ancient city and the capital of the state of Odisha, located in the east-central coastal plains. The modern city of Bhubaneswar is considered one of the first planned cities in Independent India. Odia is the most widely spoken language in the city, although Hindi and English are also spoken. The city’s name translates to "The Lord of the Three Worlds" and is an excellent place for tourists who want to see the glory of Kalinga architecture, pray at the city’s revered temples, or relax on Puri’s beaches.

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Bindu Sagar Lake

Bindu Sagar Lake, located to the north of the Lingaraja Temple, is a renowned tourist spot in Bhubaneswar. Over the years, it has become an increasingly popular picnic spot among travellers. Every year, the Lingaraja (Lord Shiva) idol, kept in the Lingaraja Temple, is taken to the lake for a ritual bath. It is believed that if a person bathes in the holy water of the Bindu Sagar Lake, their sins will be washed away and they will be free of all diseases. The local people believe Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati came to Varanasi after their marriage. With the passage of time, as the population of Varanasi increased, they moved to Ekamrakshetra for meditation. Lord Shiva is supposed to have created Bindu Sagar Lake to quench Parvati’s thirst. Therefore, all the rituals of Lord Lingaraja are associated with this lake.

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Dhauli Giri Hills

Dhauligiri Hills, located 8 Km from Bhubaneswar, is an area marked by the calm of the Daya River. It was in the Dhauligiri Hills that Ashoka adopted the path of dharma, and the famed Ashoka rock edicts are worth seeing. The Vishwa Shanti Stupa is located in the Dhauligiri Hills. The five umbrellas that adorn the Shanti Stupa’s dome represent the five pillars of Buddhism. The caves were created for Jain monks on two adjacent hills known as Udayagiri and Khandagiri, which are part of the Kumari mountain range. Many caverns are two-storeyed, and the upper rooms are thought to have been used for meditation.

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Lingaraja Temple

Lingaraj Temple in Bhubaneswar is the city’s oldest and largest temple. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, it was established in the 7th century by King Jajati Keshari. At this temple, the linga appeared organically. It is 8 feet in diameter and rises to a huge height of 8 inches above floor level. The temple’s building is a fine example of Odissi architecture, with elaborately carved stone vaults around the main shrine. In the northwest part of the courtyard, there is also a modest temple devoted to Goddess Bhagawati. The Mahashivratri celebrations at Lingaraj Temple are particularly noteworthy, with the entire sanctum decorated with flowers, lanterns, and lights. Around 6,000 visitors visit Lingaraj Temple on a daily basis. Further, around 2,00,000 people gather here to worship Lord Shiva on the holy occasion of Mahashivaratri. The temple is easily accessible by public transportation.

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Parasurameswara Temple

Parasurameswara Temple is located in the eastern city of Bhubaneswar, Odisha. It is considered the best surviving instance of an early Odia Hindu temple, dating back to the Shailodbhava period from the 7th and 8th centuries CE. The temple, devoted to the Hindu God Shiva, is one of the state’s oldest structures. It is thought to have been constructed in Nagara style around 650 CE and contains all the essential elements of pre-10th century Kalinga architecture-type temples. Although it is dedicated to Lord Shiva, it also honours Shakti. Furthermore, when tourists study the architectural design of this temple, they will notice that it represents the allure of the Nagara style, which was popular around 650 AD. The vimana, the curvilinear spire atop the ceiling, and the sanctum are some of the key architectural features of this temple.

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Udayagiri Caves

The Udayagiri and Khandagiri hills are located on the outskirts of Odisha’s capital, Bhubaneswar. The hills are home to a multitude of caverns, the majority of which were chiselled out by Jain monks and artisans during King Kharavela’s reign. Among these are the Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves, which date back to the 1st century BC. The majority of the caves are rock cuts that are thought to have served as housing cells and meditation chambers for Jain monks. The monks are said to have endured hard living conditions while creating gorgeous and elaborate sculptures depicting court life, royalty, religious symbols, or everyday life in society. The Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves are among eastern India’s most popular tourist destinations. The Archaeological Survey of India maintains the two cave complexes.

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Mukteshvara Temple

Mukteshvara Temple in Bhubaneswar bows down in adoration of Lord Shiva. Despite a lack of historical evidence to corroborate this claim, Somavamshi King Yayati is said to have sculpted the temple. Mukteshvara Temple has become a prominent religious tourist site in Odisha owing to its architecture. Pilgrims and architecture lovers consider this location one of Bhubaneswar’s pearls. Those who want to get away from Odisha’s bustling streets can visit Mukteshwar for a soothing experience packed with chanting and worshipping the Lord. Mukteshvara Temple, with its unique architecture, came as a revolution in the 10th century. According to experts, this temple was constructed before Brahmeswara Temple and after Parashurameshvara Temple.

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Frequently Asked Questions

IndiGo currently operates the most flights from Bhubaneswar to Lucknow.

No, it isn’t required. But it is advisable to pay a small insurance fee for your safety.

Vivanta, Hotel Marigold, and Hotel Pushpak are all close to the airport and provide airport shuttle service.

Almost all carriers offer the option of filing a complaint along with proof of address, identity, and travel. The passenger must describe the lost item in detail.

Malai ki gilori is a popular sweet dish in Lucknow.

There are no direct flights operating between Bhubaneswar and Lucknow.

Fun Republic, One Awadh and Phoenix United are some popular malls in Lucknow.

The distance between the Lucknow Airport and the city centre is about 14 km.

Visit the airline’s official websites to use web check-in services and avoid airport lines.

Lingraj temple is the oldest temple in Bhubaneswar.

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

The famous Tunday Kababi is located at 168/6, Old Nazirabad Rd, Mohan Market, Khayali Ganj, Aminabad, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226018.
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Airport Information

Lucknow Amausi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226009

Bhubaneswar Airport Rd, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020