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Delhi to Bengaluru Flights

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There are several options for Delhi to Bangalore flights. More than 25 direct flights operate between Delhi and Bangalore every day. The shortest flight takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes to fly from Delhi to Bangalore. Connecting flights with layovers in cities such as Mumbai, Patna, Vijayawada, Pune, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Goa, Jaipur, Guwahati and Kolkata also ply on this route. However, since there are numerous direct flights, they are the best option. Check out the air ticket deals, cashback options and discounts while booking your flight with Adani One.

Flights from Delhi to Bengaluru


About Bengaluru Airport

Bengaluru Airport, also known as Kempegowda International Airport (IATA: BLR), is located in the Devanahalli area, about 40 km from the city centre. The airport has one integrated terminal, which handles both international and domestic flights. It is Karnataka’s first fully solar-powered airport and is spread over 4,000 acres. It is one of India’s busiest airports with regard to passenger traffic and the number of aircrafts it handles.

Kempegowda International Airport is a focus city for SpiceJet, Vistara and Air India and a hub for other airlines such as IndiGo, Go First, Alliance Air and Star Air. This well-maintained airport boasts of state-of-the-art facilities for passengers, including lounges, a day hotel, cargo facilities, duty-free shops, several restaurants, an entertainment zone called The Quad, and domestic and international retail stores. Other facilities include a lost-and-found section, disability assistance, banks and ATMs and automated baggage-drop service.

Kempegowda International Airport connects to around 14 international and more than 61 domestic destinations.

You may choose from several modes of transportation available to reach the airport, including airport taxis, self-drive car rentals and app-based cabs. Affordable alternatives such as local bus services and auto-rickshaws are also available. The airport entails a spacious parking area for the convenience of passengers commuting by private vehicles.

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About Bangalore

Formerly known as Bangalore, Bengaluru is the capital of Karnataka. The city is well-known as an IT hub, which has earned the city the title ‘Silicon Valley of India’. Though the city is growing rapidly as a new-age metropolis, Bengaluru has several green spaces which has earned the city the sobriquet ‘Garden City’. Cubbon Park and Lalbagh Botanical Garden are two of the most famous gardens in the city.

The city has many parks, museums and heritage sites that attract tourists from across the globe. It houses several prominent educational institutions and well-known hospitals. Though Bangalore’s official language is Kannada, the city has a multilingual culture of people speaking English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, and Malayalam. Bengaluru is known for a perennially pleasant climate.

Besides its parks, gardens, and museums, Bengaluru is also known for its lively nightlife. Its many restaurants, cafés, pubs, and patisseries have made it a food lover’s paradise. Bengaluru’s local cuisine is also famous, especially dishes such as bisibele bath, dosa, uppitu, pongal and idli.

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Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a royal garden located in Bangalore. It is known in national as well international circles as one of India’s best centres for botanical artwork, conservation of plants, and scientific study of plants. The place is considered heaven for all nature lovers. The garden is spread over an area of 240 acres and features more than 1,854 species of plants. Its construction started in 1760 under the rule of Hyder Ali and ended under Tipu Sultan. The garden is famously known for preserving rare plants of Persian, French, and Afghani origin. Lalbagh Botanical Garden is also a delight for nature photographers. People from all over the country and the globe visit Lalbagh Botanical Garden to view its beauty. Apart from plants and flowers, the place also houses rare birds such as parakeets, the common egret, mynas, crows, pond herons, kites, and purple moorhens.

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Tipu Sultan Palace

Located between Krishna Rajendra and Albert Victor Road, Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces ever built in India. The palace used to be the home of the ruler of Mysore, Tipu Sultan. The palace is visited by locals and tourists during holidays, weekends, or cultural events to simply savour its beauty. This palace is one of the most magnificent creations of ancient times and still holds onto its architectural significance. The structure hints at the royalty and lifestyle of Tipu Sultan. The fort's construction ended in 1791 during the reign of Tipu Sultan. Replete with sparkling fountains, flowering shrubs, and lush green gardens, the palace is everything you might want on your Bangalore trip. If you're someone who loves to visit palaces while exploring the rich history of India, a visit to Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace is a must.

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Nandi Hills

If you are looking for a hiking experience, Nandi Hills is a perfect place for you. Located approximately 60 km from the city, it is a well known tourist spot in Bangalore. It is situated at an elevation of 1478 m above sea level and has designated sunrise and sunset points. The renowned Nandi Temple sits atop the hill.

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Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park is a national park in India, located near Bangalore, Karnataka. It was founded in 1970 and declared as a national park in 1974. In 2002, a small portion of the park became a zoological garden, the Bannerghatta Biological Park.

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Ulsoor Lake

Located in Bangalore, Ulsoor Lake is one of the most prominent lakes in Bangalore, Karnataka. The lake is spread over 123 acres and surrounded by lush green gardens. Over the years, the lake has become the natural habitat of more than 150 species, housing hundreds of local and migratory birds and providing a sustainable living habitat to various aquatic animals. Today, Ulsoor Lake is known as one of the most popular hangout places for locals as well as tourists. The lake is located within a radius of 3 Km of several prominent tourist hubs such as Brigade Road, MG Road, Shivaji Nagar, and Commercial Street. Every year, those visiting Ulsoor Lake witness the Ganesh Chaturthi festival celebrations. Devotees here throng in large numbers to immerse Lord Ganesh's idol. If you’re someone wanting to witness natural beauty at its peak, visit Ulsoor Lake in Bangalore, India.

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Vidhana Soudha

Spread across an area of approximately 60 acres, Vidhana Soudha is one of the prime attractions in Bangalore. Its foundation stone was laid in 1951 by Jawaharlal Nehru, the former Prime Minister of India. Built in the Neo-Dravidian style of architecture, the white building is renowned for its beautifully carved pillars, cornices, arches, and pediments.


About Delhi Airport

Delhi International Airport is formally known as the Indira Gandhi International Airport. It is the primary airport serving the National Capital Region (NCR). Indira Gandhi International Airport is located in Palam, New Delhi, approximately 16 km from the city centre. This airport is operated by the Airports Authority of India and has three terminals for passenger operations.

Indira Gandhi International Airport is the busiest airport in India with regard to its passenger and cargo traffic. It is also one of the busiest airports in the world. The airport offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and world-class services to its passengers. It is spread over 5,106 acres and has a 4430-m runway.

The amenities offered by New Delhi Airport include a prayer room, a smoking zone, disability assistance, lounges, a bank and numerous ATMs, a parking area, lost-and-found services, shopping and retail options, restaurants and bars and porter service.

Delhi International Airport is well-connected to the city. There is a direct metro line for passengers; you can also avail of app-based cabs, taxis, rental cars, airport buses and radio cabs.

About Delhi

Delhi is a mega city that houses New Delhi, India’s capital city. Delhi, along with several surrounding cities like Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad etc., is part of the National Capital Region (NCR). Situated on the banks of Yamuna River, this city has a rich, diverse history. It was the capital of two empires in ancient India, namely, the Mughal Empire and the Delhi Sultanate.

Delhi shares its borders with the states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana. It has many tourist attractions, including India Gate, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Humayun's Tomb, Connaught Place, Red Fort and Akshardham Temple.

Furthermore, this metropolis is a shopper’s paradise, with thousands of vendors selling all types of products, from apparel and jewellery to cosmetics, in the city's bustling bazaars. Some of the most famous bazaars in Delhi include Palika Bazaar, Janpath Market and Chawri Bazaar. At the same time, the metropolis also has numerous upscale malls, such as Select City Mall, DLF South Square and Pacific Mall. Besides, Delhi is famous for its street food, including jalebi and rabdi, lassi, kulfi, chole kulche, chaat and kheema parathas.

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Akshardham Temple

The Akshardham Temple was opened to the public in 2005. This building's exquisite carvings draw many tourists. The main monument is made of pink sandstone and features marble carvings depicting several animals, gods, musicians, and dancers.

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Red Fort

Red Fort popularly known as the Lal Qila is located in the capital of India, Delhi. Lal Qila was constructed by Shah Jhah in 1639 as a major fortification. Back in the day, Lal Qila was treated as the house of emperors of the Mughal dynasty. It is built using red sandstone and features an assortment of precious artefacts on display. It is a surprisingly well-preserved monument that showcases the grandeur of the Mughal era in India. In 2007 it was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The mighty walls of the fort tower at a dizzying 75 feet and is spread across a massive 255 acres. It encloses various gardens in a beautiful geometric pattern and various other buildings, apart from a mosque. Every year on the occasion of Independence Day, the Prime Minister of India unfurls the national flag here. The Red Fort stands strong on the bank of the river Yamuna, which adds a very beautiful contrast to it.

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India Gate

"As a homage to Indian soldiers martyred in World War I, the spectacular India Gate is a stone arch that resembles the iconic Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Its walls are etched with the names of more than 90,000 soldiers. An eternal flame, the Amar Jawan Jyoti is also situated near India Gate, dedicated to the Indian soldiers."

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Connaught Place

Connaught Place is an important commercial centre in Delhi. It got its name from Prince Arthur, who was a former Duke of Connaught. The construction of Connaught Place began in 1929 and was completed in 1933.

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Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat transports you to the magical world of Indian art and heritage presented through a fascinating panorama of craft, cuisine and cultural activities. While the village haat is a mobile, flexible arrangement, here it is crafts persons who are mobile. The DILLI HAAT boasts of craft stalls selling native, utilitarian and ethnic products from all over the country.

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Qutub Minar

Built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, the Qutub Minar is one of the most popular monuments of India and also one of the most visited. The tower stands tall at 238 feet and was built as a tower of victory by the ruler. It is part of the Qutub complex at Red Fort in Delhi, which is considered to be the oldest fortified city, Qila Rai Pithora or Red Fort, which now lies in South Delhi. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an architectural marvel that is built of different materials: the first storey is made of red sandstone; the ones to follow are madeup of a combination of sandstone and marble. At its widest the minaret is around 47 feet across, steadily tapering to the top where the width is a maximum of 9 feet across. At each floor is a balcony that gives a spectacular view of the city, though visitors are no longer permitted up the Qutub Minar. The structure which is a shining example of use of geometric patterns and a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture has withstood some very powerful earthquakes and suffered damage too that was fixed at various times in the past. A remnant of a rather ill advised restoration work carried out in the late 19th century is now placed a little distance from the tower, and is called Smith’s Folly. It attempted add more towers to the Qutub Minar. A good time to visit the place would be during the early months of winter when the weather around is pleasant and would allow for a good memorable experience for all who visit.

Virtual Guide from Delhi to Bengaluru

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 25 direct flights operate between Delhi and Bangalore daily.

The first flight from Delhi to Bengaluru is IndiGo 6E 5036; it departs at 2:00 am.

The last flight on the Delhi to Bengaluru route is IndiGo 6E 6565, which departs at 10:55 pm.

The name of the Delhi International Airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport; its IATA code is DEL. Bengaluru International Airport is officially known as the Kempegowda International Airport; its IATA code is BLR.

IndiGo has the maximum number of flights between Delhi and Bengaluru.

The minimum time duration to fly from Delhi to Bengaluru is 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Bengaluru’s Kempegowda International Airport is located about 40 km north of the city centre, near the Devanahalli Suburb.

In general, you can carry dry food items. However, your food should be properly packed and spill-proof.

There are many duty-free shops at the Indira Gandhi International Airport, including stores selling cosmetics, chocolates, perfumes and liquor.

Sholay, the iconic 1975 Bollywood movie by Ramesh Sippy, was majorly shot in Ramanagara, a popular destination near Bangalore. The filmmakers constructed a road from Bangalore highway to Ramanagara to ensure easy access to the town during the shoots. Today, this site is a prominent tourist destination.

John Meade, the erstwhile acting commissioner of Mysore, established this park in 1870. Hence, it was initially called Meade Park. It was later renamed Cubbon Park in honour of Sir Mark Cubbon, who enjoyed the longest tenure as the commissioner of Mysore.

Some of the most popular food preparations in Bangalore are thatte idli, benne (butter) masala dosa, ragi mudde (millet balls), khali dosa, puliyogare, holige and bissi bele bhaat.

Hindi is the most widely spoken language in New Delhi. However, owing to Delhi’s cultural diversity, several other languages, including Urdu, English and Pubjabi, are also spoken here. Other less commonly spoken languages are Oriya, Malayalam, Tamil, Gujarati, Sindhi, etc.

Bangalore has served as the base for several startups over the years. Several factors contribute to Bangalore’s emergence as the startup capital. Some of these factors include a large number of investors in the city, its state-of-the-art infrastructure and strong IT base, and the city’s favourable climatic conditions

New Delhi’s rich history and cultural diversity are reflected in the wide range of delicacies available here. The city offers an incredible variety of food preparations, from the Mughlai kebabs, biryanis, kulchas, parathas, chaat and samosas to momos, pasta and other continental fare. Connaught Place, Parathe Wali Galli, Jama Masjid, Khan Market, Nizamuddin, and the quintessential Chandni Chowk are just some of the places you must visit to try delicious foods.
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Airport Information

Bengaluru KIAL Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560300, India

Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport, Palam, New Delhi, 110037