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Delhi to Bilaspur

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Are you looking for a Delhi to Bilaspur Flight?

Flight booking has just got easier with the Adani One platform. We work towards making your experience as hassle-free as possible. Our airfare calendar helps you select the best flight options available. Moreover, you can book the cheapest air ticket on Adani One by browsing the list of flights by different airlines, including IndiGo, Vistara, Go First, Air India and Air Asia, among others. Whether it is a Delhi to Bilaspur flight ticket or a return ticket from Bilaspur to Delhi, do not miss checking the offers and discounts on our platform to get the best deal.

Currently, there are no non-stop flights connecting the two cities. However, you can book a ticket on the connecting flight from Delhi to Bilaspur with a layover at Allahabad. It takes about 3.5 hours to reach the destination. Hence, you can conveniently book your flight from Delhi to Bilaspur on the Adani One portal.

Flights from Delhi to Bilaspur


About Bilaspur Airport

Bilaspur Airport (IATA: PAB) is located in an area called Chakarbhata, 10 Km from Bilaspur city. It is officially known as the Bilasa Devi Kevat Airport. The airport connects Bilaspur to four cities in India - Bhopal, Jabalpur, Prayagraj and New Delhi. Between March 2021 and 30th June 2022, it registered a total passenger footfall of 37, 673.

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About Bilaspur

Located in Chhattisgarh state, Bilaspur is also the administrative headquarters of the Bilaspur district. In the 10th and 12 centuries, the Kalachuri Empire ruled over parts of modern-day Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The Bilaspur district was included in the Kalachuri territory, making it one of India’s oldest surviving cities. However, despite its long history, the city gained prominence only after the Marathas ruled over it.

The foundation of Bilaspur, as we know it today, was laid in the 19th Century with the construction of the Bengal-Nagpur Railway. After initially serving as a major junction, the city grew to become one of the divisional headquarters.

Chhattisgarh’s reputation as the ‘Rice Bowl of India’ can be attributed, in parts, to Bilaspur. Dubraj rice, an aromatic variety, is one of many products that Bilaspur is widely known for. Besides rice, the city is also home to several weaving communities and shops specialising in Kosa silk, one of the finest silks in the country.

Over time, with rapid technological advancements, the town has emerged as an industrial hub too. The Silpahari, Sirgitti and Tifra areas are industrial strongholds.

Bilaspur is a healthcare hub and has several clinics, hospitals, chemist shops, and medical colleges. The city also attracts devotees all year round, thanks to an array of historical temples.


About Delhi Airport 

The Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA Code: DEL) is the busiest airport in India. It is located in Palam, 16 km from the New Delhi city centre. The airport, which has 3 runways, can handle up to 6 lakh flights in a year. It is the hub of many important airlines including Air India, Alliance Air, AirAsia India, GoFirst, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Vistara, among others.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport has 3 terminals, out of which two are dedicated to domestic traffic. The airport is well-equipped to offer its passengers an array of facilities such as restaurants, duty-free shops, telecommunication services, Wi-Fi facilities, waiting rooms, and many more.

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About Delhi

New Delhi, the capital of India, is located in the north-central part of the country. Delhi stands on the banks of the Yamuna River and is often called the heart of the nation. The city’s rich historical legacy has ensured that it has no dearth of historical and famous monuments.

The city is famous for its street food and historical places like the Qutub Minar and the India Gate. It receives tourists throughout the year who are left mesmerised by its charm and heritage.

Delhi experiences a tropical climate with hot summers. The best time to visit and explore the city is during winter, between October and February. Many tourists also love to stroll around and enjoy the beauty of Delhi at night.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are approximately 950 flights from Delhi every day.  

The IATA code for Delhi is DEL and Bilaspur is PAB.  

Yes, food is allowed on a Delhi to Bilaspur flight, provided it is carried in a leak-proof container.  

For the check-in luggage, the weight limit is 15 kg for most domestic airlines. The cabin baggage weight should not exceed 7 kg.  

The airport is 10-12 km from the city centre. There are private cabs, buses and auto-rickshaws available to ferry passengers from the airport to the city.  

Bilaspur is known for an aromatic rice variety, called the Dubraj Rice. In addition, the city has numerous shops selling Kosi silk sarees - a form of silk native to Chattisgarh.  

Alliance Air is the only airline that currently operates flights from Delhi to Bilaspur. 

The official name of the Bilaspur Airport is Bilasa Devi Kevat Airport. 

The notable places to visit in Bilaspur include the Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kanan Pendari Zoo Park, Rama Magneto Mall and Bubble Island, among others. 

The Mahamaya Devi Temple is located at Ratanpur, which is 25 km away from the district headquarters of Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh.

Edward Lutyens was an Edwardian architect who laid the plan for New Delhi. The city was planned to serve as a grand imperial capital on par with the likes of London and Paris. 

The 400-year-old city is believed to have been named after a fisherwoman called Bilasa.  

The foundation stone of the India Gate was laid by the Duke of Connaught, son of Queen Victoria. Designed by Edwin Lutyens, the monument was dedicated to the nation almost a decade after it was built.  

The city enjoys moderate temperature year-round. However, if you want to explore the wildlife sanctuaries, summer is the best time to visit as there is a heightened chance of spotting animals.