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Bilaspur to Mangaluru Flights


Are you looking for flights from Bilaspur to Mangalore?

You can now book your flight tickets from Bilaspur to Mangalore on Adani One. Flight ticket booking has never been easier! Adani One has features such as a detailed airfare calendar to help you choose the most convenient flights with the best deals available. Carriers, including Vistara, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, Air India Express, and AirAsia, are listed on the platform. Adani One is a one-stop destination to access all the available information about your direct or connecting flights, including updated flight status. Adani One also provides various discounts and offers. So, you can access the cheapest flights from Bilaspur to Mangalore.

No flights operate from Bilaspur to Mangalore. Therefore, you need to take a flight from Raipur to Mangalore. Raipur Airport is located 130 km from Bilaspur. Every day, more than 20 flights serve this route. These flight services are provided mainly by IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India. Adani One also displays connecting flight options with short layovers via cities such as Bangalore, Jabalpur, Indore, and Hyderabad. Moreover, various offers, deals, and coupons are available while booking your flight on Adani One.

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Flights from Bilaspur to Mangaluru


About Mangaluru Airport

Mangaluru International Airport (IATA code: IXE), managed by Adani Enterprises, is one of the two international airports in the state of Karnataka. The airport in Mangalore is situated 22 km away from the city’s railway station and 16 km from the city centre. Along with wide connectivity to many major airports in the country, it also services international routes, such as Kuwait, Jeddah, and other airports in the Middle East and the Gulf region.

A distinctive feature of Mangalore International Airport is that it has a tabletop runway, i.e. a runway located on the top of a plateau or hill with one or both ends adjacent to a steep precipice.

The airport terminal building has many food and beverage outlets and retail stores ranging from cosmetics to apparel, electronics, and gift shops. You can also find many travel-friendly services such as pre-booked taxis, Forex services, free Wi-Fi connectivity, and a passenger lounge. The airport also has a busy cargo terminal that helps import and export commodities such as fresh flowers and seafood. 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 Mangaluru

Mangaluru is an important port city in Karnataka. Historically, it was an important trading port with ties to the Persian Gulf, dating back to the 14th century. Several rulers had occupied the city because of its strategic position. In the mid-16th century, it was conquered by the Portuguese. In the mid-18th century, it was ruled by Haidar Ali, Tipu Sultan, and the British.

With its long and beautiful beaches, this coastal city hosts many tourists every year. Mangalore stretches around the coast to the foot of the Western Ghats on its eastern border. The estuaries of the Netravati and Gurupura rivers encircle this city. Consequently, the city has a tropical monsoon climate, with heavy rainfall in the monsoon and cool and dry weather in the winters. The temperature does not drop significantly in the winter, making it an excellent time to visit this coastal tourist spot.

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Kudroli Gokarnath Temple

The Kudroli Gokarnath Temple, built in 1912, is among the most popular places to visit in Mangalore. Apart from being a revered and sacred temple that is dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple is also an example of the Dravidian style of architecture. The 60-ft-high golden Gopuram is an incredibly mesmerising feature. 

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Mangaladevi Temple 

Folklore suggests that Mangalore was named after the deity of this temple, Goddess Mangaladevi. You will see thousands of devotees offering their prayers at its sanctorum. This temple was built in the 9th century AD in the classic Dravidian style of architecture. 

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Panambur Beach

Panambur is another popular tourist spot because of its golden sandy beach and peaceful atmosphere. Its main features include water sports, delectable local cuisines, kite flying, and an enthralling sunset view. 

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St. Aloysius Chapel 

St. Aloysius Chapel houses renowned Italian artists' most detailed frescoes and paintings. Built in 1885, the church offers an unparalleled view of the Arabian Sea. 

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Sultan Bathery

Tipu Sultan built this watchtower to prevent the threat of a foreign invasion from the sea. The bastions in the watchtower are a maze of underground rooms that stored gunpowder for cannons facing the sea. You can also look upon the Arabian Sea from the top of its turrets. 

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Ullal Beach

Ullal Beach is another treat for travellers. Tucked away in a corner of Mangalore, this beach never fails to impress. The beach rests in the shadows of a casuarina and palm groves. It is serene and quiet and is located at the end of a stunning 12 km drive along the coast. 


About Bilaspur Airport

The Bilasa Devi Kevat Airport (IATA: PAB) is located in Chakarbhata, 10 km south of Bilaspur. During the 1980s, the airport provided flights to major cities such as Delhi and Bhopal through the Vayudoot service. Currently, the airport provides commercial flight services to Raipur and Hyderabad. The most commonly served airline is Alliance Air.

About Bilaspur

Bilaspur is also known as the 'city of festivals' and is located in the mineral-rich Indian state of Chhattisgarh. The city is situated on the bank of the Arpa River, the most important source of irrigation and drinking water in the region. The name Bilaspur originated from a fisherwoman named 'Bilasa'. It is also the administrative headquarters of the Bilaspur district and Bilaspur division. Bilaspur district is also privileged with the title 'Law capital' or 'Nyayadhani' of the state because of the presence of the Chhattisgarh High Court.

Bilaspur has a rich history and is also culturally significant. Historically, Bilaspur was the capital of the Gond kingdom until the Marathas captured it in the 18th century. Therefore, Bilaspur city is nearly 400 years old. Apart from being one of the largest cities in Chhattisgarh, the city is famous for its aromatic Doobraj rice and the high-quality Kosa silk of the Kosa industry. The city is also known as the ‘Rice Bowl of India’ because of its characteristic and rich produce of Doobraj rice.

Bilaspur is dotted with several tourist destinations in and around the city. Even with rapid modernisation, the city has kept its history intact through its architecture and beautiful temples. These temples offer spiritual solace to travellers.

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Mahamaya Devi Temple

Mahamaya Temple, constructed by Ratansen, a Kalchurian king, is a well-renowned temple in Ratanpur and attracts tourists from all over the country for its historical and religious significance. Many Hindu devotees come here to seek blessings from goddess Mahamaya.

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Malhar is a small town at a distance of 40 km from Bilaspur. The government museum in Malhar houses various ancient artefacts belonging to Jainism. The remnants of the Kalachuri dynasty and their temples dating back to the 10th and 11th centuries represent Malhar's link to the mediaeval period.

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Pataleshwar Kedar Temple 

The Pataleshwar Kedar Temple in Malhar dates back to the 11th century. Devotees from all over the state visit the temple for its spiritual and religious significance. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and the main attraction is the Gomukhi Shivalinga. Its sculptures are made with utmost care and precision and can stand the test of time. The temple is a perfect example of the rich cultural heritage of the ancient period.

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Ratanpur was the Central Province from the Marathas until the British took over. Located 25 km from Bilaspur, the city is known for its historical and archaeological significance. A 9-ft-tall idol of Baba Bhairavnath Kshetrapal Singh of the Huaihai dynasty can be found at Ratanpur's entrance.

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Ratanpur Fort 

Ratanpur Fort is another significant tourist attraction for its archaeological marvel. No record of the commission and construction of the fort survives. The old fort is located 25 km from Bilaspur.

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Visiting Tala is like returning to the past. Be prepared to be mesmerised by the artistic stone sculptures and temples. Tala is a small village located around 30 km from Bilaspur, on the banks of the Maniari River. Tala is known for its picturesque surroundings, the famous Devrani-Jethani Temples, and a rare Rudra Shiva sculpture.

Frequently Asked Questions

As of March 2021, Bilaspur Airport is open for commercial flights.

Each passenger can carry 15 kg of check-in luggage and 7 kg of cabin luggage. However, the baggage rules differ for each airline, and it is advisable to check the baggage rules.

The IATA code for Bilaspur Airport is PAB, and for Mangalore International Airport is IXE.

IndiGo operates the most flights on the Raipur to Mangalore route. Air India also offers a few flights.

The Swami Vivekananda International Airport, located in Raipur, is the closest airport to Bilaspur, located around 130 km away.

A regular bus service connects various points in Mangalore city to the airport. You can also take a taxi to the terminal building.

The airport is well-connected to nearby locations and Raipur Junction Railway Station by the Raipur and Naya Raipur BRTS. In addition to this, the Raipur Urban Public Transport Society also operates air-conditioned buses to the neighbouring cities. Various cab services are also available to take you in and around the city.

Some well-known hill stations near Mangalore are Coorg, Chikmagalur, Nandi Hills, and Kundadri Hills.

Bilaspur is known for its archaeological significance, aromatic rice variety, and colourful handloom Kosa silk.

Bilaspur is said to have been named after a fisherwoman named 'Bilasa'.

The Mahamaya Temple, Pataleshwar Kedar Temple, and Devrani-Jethani Temple are among the popular temples of Bilaspur.

Mangalore is a beach destination. Therefore, the best time to visit Mangalore is from October to February. Since this is the peak season, expect a small crowd during this time.

Tannirbhavi Beach is one of the cleanest beaches in Mangalore.
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Airport Information

Mangaluru Mangaluru International Airport,Bajpe Main Rd, Kenjar HC, Mangaluru, Karnataka 574142

Bilaspur Bilaspur Airport (PAB), Chhattisgarh, India