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Chandigarh to Agra Flights

Chandigarh to Agra Flights

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Flights from Chandigarh to Agra


About Agra Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport, IATA code - DEL, serves the city of Delhi and the rest of northern India. The airport is also the city’s main international gateway. Two domestic terminals are available at the Delhi airport. Terminal 1 is solely for domestic flights, with departures and arrivals in Terminal 1D and 1C, respectively. In addition to local and international aircraft, Terminal 3 handles all incoming and outgoing flights. You can travel by train on the Orange Line Metro rail to get from the international airport to the city centre. The Delhi airport (DEL) is located approximately 15 kilometres southwest of the city centre. Without traffic, it takes about 25 minutes to drive from the airport to the city centre, or a 20-minute metro ride.

About Agra

Agra is situated on the western bank of the Yamuna River. It is around 200 Km from the country’s capital, New Delhi. Many people believe that Agra is only known for the iconic Taj Mahal. However, it is a paradise for tourists. It was originally the Mughal Empire’s capital. After the death of his beloved wife, Shah Jahan was unable to remain in the same region, so he relocated the capital to Delhi. Agra, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, receives the greatest number of visitors each year. UNESCO has designated three of Agra’s attractions as historic sites? Those sites include the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and Fatehpur Sikri. Buses, taxis, trains, rickshaws, and tongas are among the various modes of public transportation available in Agra. The UPSRTC (Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation) is in charge of the public bus system in Uttar Pradesh, which includes Agra. Agra is a brightly coloured city. It retains its colourful medieval appearance. It is now easy to travel to Agra from Delhi, thanks to swift trains and the Yamuna-Agra Expressway. Agra is normally visited by tourists for a day or two for sightseeing. There are many awe-factors in this area, ranging from the indigenous delectable cuisine to Indo-Persian architecture.


About Chandigarh Airport

Chandigarh International Airport is near Mohali, IATA code- IXC. It is spread across 53,000 square metres handling more than 4.5 million travellers every year. It has two terminals, i.e., domestic and international terminals. The domestic terminal handles more than 500 passengers every hour. The international terminal handles more than 200 passengers every year. The journey from Chandigarh Airport to Chandigarh City Center takes 12 minutes. The distance between Chandigarh Airport and Chandigarh City Center is approximately 10 kilometres (6.2 miles) or 5.4 nautical miles. The time it takes to travel a certain distance in a car is referred to as travel time. The Chandigarh airport is officially known as Chandigarh International Airport. The Chandigarh airport operates Air India, Vistara, and IndiGo in several domestic cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Goa, Hyderabad, and Indore, Kolkata, Srinagar, Patna, etc. It also has connecting flights to Dubai, Singapore, etc. The international terminal connects flights to Dubai and many other international destinations. The Chandigarh Airport has a variety of facilities, such as 48 check-in counters, three boarding aerobridges, four baggage conveyor belts, taxi and bus services, smoking rooms, wheelchairs, self-boarding kiosks, free trolleys, international SIMs, ATMs, a child care area, currency exchange counters, free medical facilities, and parking.

About Chandigarh

The famous French architect Le Corbusier designed the city of Chandigarh, which was Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s dream city. It is considered one of the best experiments in urban planning and modern architecture in India throughout the 20th century, and it is picturesquely placed at the foothills of the Shivaliks. Chandigarh gets its name from the Chandi Mandir temple, which is located near the city’s chosen location. The goddess of power, Chandi, and a fort named garh beyond the temple gave the city the name ‘Chandigarh’. The city has a long and illustrious history. In the past, the gradually sloping plains on which contemporary Chandigarh stands was a vast lake surrounded by a marsh. Chandigarh's population is growing, and the city has a variety of transportation options for getting around the city and surrounding areas, including buses, auto-rickshaws, cars, cycle rickshaws, taxis, and private cars.

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Japanese Garden

If you want to treat your eyes to something lovely, go to the Japanese Garden, which is located in Sector 31A of Chandigarh's Le Corbusier planned city. Several pagoda towers, a buddha idol, small waterfalls, and other structures can be found while exploring the garden, adding to its beauty.

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Rock Garden

Rock Garden was created as an open-air exhibition hall using urban and industrial waste by Nek Chand, a former road inspector in Chandigarh.

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Rose Garden

Between the Rose Garden (Sector 16) and the Cricket Stadium is Shanti Kunj Park. It was built for locals to go for a jog and spend some time in nature. There is also some outdoor exercise equipment for adults as well as swings for children.

Frequently Asked Questions

Flights are operating on schedule, but it is always best to check with your airline beforehand.

Yes, you may be allowed to carry some dry food items and fruits in your hand luggage.

There are around 27 flights from Chandigarh to New Delhi every day.

Chandigarh, whose name is derived from "Chandi Mandir," has been ranked as India's wealthiest city and is also known as "The City Beautiful."

The well-planned city of Chandigarh serves as the capital of two state governments: Punjab and Haryana. According to a government website, Chandigarh has been named India's "Wealthiest Town."

Petha, Agra's most famous dish, is a delicacy whose unforgettable flavour will stay with you for the rest of your life. This century-old sweet, made from white pumpkin, can be very soft and syrupy or hard and chewy, but it is always sweet with a delicate floral flavour.

Agra reached its pinnacle of architectural splendour when Shahjahan ascended the Mughal throne. The city is located on the banks of the Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh's western region.

During the Mughal era, Agra was also known as Akbarabad. In honour of his grandfather Akbar, the emperor Shah Jahan coined the name.

The Delhi airport is situated in Palam, New Delhi, southwest of the New Delhi Railway Station and 16 Kilometers from the New Delhi city centre.

IndiGo airlines operate the most number of flights on this route.

Bhuj is known for its narrow, winding streets, as well as its palaces and temples. In addition, it is home to Gujarat's oldest museum.

Apart from its architecture and buildings, such as the Capitol Complex, the High Court, the Secretariat, the Legislative Assembly, and the massive Open Hand Monument, the city is also known for its clean streets and greenery.

According to surveys conducted in recent years, Chandigarh has been dubbed India's happiest and cleanest city. This self-contained city is a stunning combination of architecture, natural beauty, wildlife, heritage, and civilization, and it has proven that it is deserving of the title of the best Indian city.
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Chandigarh New Civil Air Terminal Chandigarh International Airport, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 140306