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Bhuj to Agra Flights

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Agra receives numerous visitors every year to visit one of the wonders of the world — the Taj Mahal. If you are thinking of paying a visit to this city, we can help you with online flight ticket bookings from Bhuj to Agra. At Adani, we strive to offer our passengers a seamless experience.

You can find a complete airfare calendar with all the flight details you need on our website. You can find Bhuj to Agra flight ticket price, status, flight time, duration, etc. You can apply filters to find your favourite airline or convenient flight timings. We regularly update our website with exciting discounts and offers, so you can find the cheapest flight from Bhuj to Agra.

Currently, no airline operates directly from Bhuj to Agra. That means you have to book a connecting flight. You can take a direct flight from Bhuj to Ahmedabad by Star Air. You can then catch a direct flight by IndiGo from Ahmedabad to Agra, departing at 9:55 am. The flight reaches Agra Airport at 12:05 pm, and the transit takes 2 hours and 10 minutes. From here, you can hire a rickshaw, taxi or city transport bus to your desired destination.

Flights from Bhuj to Agra


About Agra Airport

Agra Airport or Kheria Air Force Station (IATA: AGR, ICAO: VIAG) is a military airbase and public airport serving the city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh. Named Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Airport, this air station is 12.5 km away from the Agra city centre. This airport is one of the largest air bases of the Indian Air Force (IAF). The AAI (Airport Authority of India) and IAF jointly operate the air station.

As Agra is a famous tourist spot, the airport is one of the busiest in Uttar Pradesh. The air station has a single terminal capable of handling about 250 passengers during peak hours. Although it is a domestic airport, it offers all modern-day airport amenities. The airport is equipped with five check-in counters and two security counters. Moreover, there is a lost and found counter and a tourist information centre. Agra airport also offers free trolley service and helps differently-abled and senior citizens.

At airport premises, you can find various shops for buying handlooms and handicrafts. Moreover, you can treat your taste buds with various eateries while you wait for your flight.

About Agra

Agra is a city in Uttar Pradesh on the banks of the Yamuna River. The city is more famous for being home to one of the seven wonders of the world — The Taj Mahal. It is 378 km west of the state capital, Lucknow, and is one of the top places to visit in Agra.

Agra has many other famous archaeological sites and is renowned for its marble inlay work and leather industry, manufacturing shoe uppers for some of the best shoe companies in the world. Along with its historical monuments, Agra is famous for its Petha. It is a sweet dish from pumpkin, dipped in sugar syrup and garnished with saffron. The city is also well-known for its marble artefacts from its local shopping bazaars.

The city showcases Mughal art and culture, where history, architecture, and romance meet in unrivalled beauty.

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Agra Fort

Agra Fort, made of red sandstone and marble, is one of the finest Mughal forts in India. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is called Lal Qila or Red Fort of Agra. Agra Fort is a blend of South-Asian, Persian, Islamic and Turkish architecture. Built as a military base by Mughal Emperor Akbar, Agra Fort was later converted into a royal residence by his son Jahangir. The intricate architectural beauty of the fort gets visitors' attention to this top attraction in Agra.

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Jama Masjid Agra

Jama Masjid or Friday Mosque is one of the largest mosques from the Mughal era. Shah Jahan constructed this 17th-century architectural marvel. The mosque is of white marble and red sandstone in a unique blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture, with a hint of Iranian designs.

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Fatehpur Sikri

Located 40 km from Agra, Fatehpur Sikri is another popular tourist attraction in Agra. Known as the “city of victory”, it was made capital by the Mughal Emperor Akbar. He built the Jodha Bai Palace, Jama Mosque, Buland Darwaza and various other monuments, which now attract hundreds of tourists.

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Itmad-ud-Daulah's Tomb

Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb is an example of the love of Queen Noor Jahan for her father. One of the most impressive architectural wonders of Agra, this monument is the inspiration behind the Taj Mahal. It is therefore called “Baby Taj Mahal”. It stands amidst a lush green Persian Garden on the banks of the Yamuna. The tomb in red stone is a fine example of the beauty of Mughal architecture.

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Mehtab Bagh

The Mehtab Bagh was the last of eleven Mughal-built gardens along the Yamuna opposite the Taj Mahal and the Agra Fort. Emperor Shah Jahan had identified a site from the crescent-shaped, grass-covered floodplain across the Yamuna River as an ideal location for viewing the Taj Mahal. This place is a beautiful picnic spot. Furthermore, Mehtab Bagh has the delightful beauty of various species of plants.

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Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is synonymous with Agra. The construction of the mausoleum began in 1632 and was completed in 1648. This tomb is made of white marble and is a showpiece of Mughal architecture, representing Shah Jehan’s vision of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal’s home in paradise. This tomb, also known as the symbol of love, is a fine example of Mughal architectural mastery.


About Bhuj Airport

Shyamji Krishna Verma Airport, also known as Bhuj Airport (IATA: BHJ, ICAO: VABJ), is a domestic airport in Bhuj. It is 48 km from the border between India and Pakistan. As a result, it also acts as an Indian Air Force base. The runway of Bhuj Airport is shared with the Bhuj Rudra Mata Airport Base.

Bhuj Airport played a vital role in serving earthquake victims as it was used as a first aid centre and a hub for food supplies. This airport still plays an essential role in helping the Border Security Force.

Bhuj Airport can accommodate 350 passengers during peak hours in terms of space. It has two boarding gates and a capacity for up to 200 arriving and departing passengers. Moreover, it features all amenities a modern domestic airport should have. The airport terminal contains four check-in desks and one security check for travellers.

The airport also has a lost and found counter, trolley services, wheelchair services and assistance for older citizens and differently-abled people. Because Bhuj Airport is 3 km from the city centre, you can easily find transportation. A private taxi or bus is probably the easiest way to go from Bhuj Airport to your desired location.

About Bhuj

Bhuj is a treasure trove of culture and tradition in the Kutch district of Gujarat. The city has a long history of monarchs and emperors. As a result, there are many historical sites to see in Bhuj. After the devastating earthquake of 2001, many heritage monuments were left in ruins.

Nonetheless, it offers magnificent monuments and museums. The city of Bhuj connects you to a range of significant events in the history of India. One may explore prehistoric archaeological finds, remnants of Indus Valley Civilisation and places linking to Mahabharata and Alexander the Great. There is a heaven in Bhuj for history enthusiasts. The city is also known for its varied handicrafts and handlooms. Bandhani and garments with Kutch embroidery are famous for their brilliant craftsmanship. Bhuj is also renowned for its mouth-watering street food. Kutchi Dabelis are a must-try.

The city is well-connected with the rest of the country through every means of transport. You can easily reach here by road, rail or airways.

The best time to visit Bhuj is from November to February when the weather is not too chilly. As Bhuj is in a deserted region, summers are extreme here. So, it is advisable to avoid travelling in this season. In winters, you can witness migrating exotic birds like cranes and flamingos. Moreover, you can visit the famous Rann-Utsav, held between November and February.

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Aina Mahal

This 18th-century palace was an abode of Rao Lakhpatji, built around 1750. The Aina Mahal is among the major tourist locations in Bhuj. The name Aina Mahal translates to the Palace of Mirrors. It exhibits glittering glass artefacts as well as weaponry and other royal possessions.

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Hamirsar Lake

The lake is named after the ruler of the Jadeja clan, Rao Hamir. Right between the lake is a garden with various flowering and lush green plants. Upon visiting, you will find people riding boats and strolling around the banks of this lake.

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Mandvi Beach

Mandvi Beach is a must-see while touring India's north-western coast for its stunning, dream-like serenity. There is something for everyone, including a fascinating sunset point. Several fun activities are available, namely parasailing, water sports, surfing and skiing, which will keep elders and the little ones engaged for a long time. The beach is also home to gigantic windmills located along its shores.

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Kutch Museum

Kutch Museum is one of the oldest museums in Gujarat. It exhibits a vast collection of antique artefacts, coins, extinct Kutchi script and tribal period pieces. Furthermore, paintings, weaponry, musical instruments, sculpture and fine metals add more to the beauty of this museum.

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Prag Mahal

Prag Mahal is next to the Aina Mahal, the largest of all the three palaces in the Darbargadh walled complex. Prag Mahal's unique blend of Corinthian and Italian Gothic style architecture makes this palace a major tourist attraction of Bhuj.

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Swaminarayan Mandir

Swaminarayan Mandir of Bhuj is the prominent shrine of the Swaminarayan devotees. It was renovated recently a few years ago after getting damaged by a massive earthquake in 2001. It was decided to construct this new temple a short distance from the original site.

Frequently Asked Questions

The airport code for Kheria Airport (AGR) is AGR. 

The most preferred airline from Ahmedabad to Agra is IndiGo.

If you plan a trip, book your flight tickets 3–4 months before to get the cheapest fares.

Baggage allowance depends on the class of travel and by which airline you are travelling. On all domestic IndiGo flights, a passenger can carry 15+7 kg of luggage.

To avoid airport queues and avail of the web check-in service, visit the official airline website. Fill in the departure and arrival city, PNR number and last name, so you can select your preferred seats and meals.

Bhuj experiences harsh summers. The best time to visit Bhuj is from November to February when the weather is not too chilly.

The best time to visit Agra is autumn and winter (October to March). The weather is pleasant this time of the year, making it a perfect time for sightseeing.  

In Agra, besides sightseeing, you can gorge on famous traditional food, shop from local bazaars, or enjoy roaming through the bustling streets.

The direct flight takes approximately 2 hours and 10 mins from Ahmedabad to Agra.

Currently, IndiGo operates the most number of flights from Ahmedabad to Agra.

There is a direct (non-stop) flight by Star Air between Bhuj and Ahmedabad. 

The name of Bhuj Airport is Shyamji Krishna Varma Airport, and its code is BHJ.
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Bhuj IAF Campus, Bhuj, Gujarat 370001