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Delhi to Tezpur Flights

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As of now, there are no direct or connecting flights from Delhi to Tezpur. The best alternative is to take a flight from Delhi to Guwahati, and then travel to Tezpur by road. There are over 30 flights from Delhi to Guwahati every day, of which more than 10 are direct flights. The minimum flight duration on this route is 2 hours and 15 minutes, and these flights are operated by AirAsia, IndiGo, and SpiceJet, at varying departure times.

From Guwahati's Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (IATA: GAU), Tezpur is approximately 195 km away, and it takes about 4 hours and 15 minutes to reach by car.

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Flights from Delhi to Tezpur


About Tezpur Airport

Tezpur Airport (IATA: TEZ) is also known as Salonibari Airport. The British Royal Indian Air Force established the airstrip at Tezpur Airport in the northeast Indian state of Assam in 1942 during World War II. The United States Army utilised it as a heavy bomber base. Following WWII, the airport was transformed into an operational aviation base that was also used for commercial purposes. It has been administered and operated by the Airport Authority of India since then. Regular flights are operated from the airport to cities such as Silchar and Kolkata by the regional airline, Air India Regional.

Tezpur Airport has amenities for safe handling of baggage, ATMs, Wi-Fi, VIP lounges, and counters and restaurants for people to stop and eat; there are also facilities for souvenir shopping. For connectivity, Tezpur town is located at a distance of about 9 km, and the Assam State Road Transport service buses provide good connectivity for a safe commute. There's also a pan India Railway connection emerging from Tezpur.

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About Tezpur

Located in the Sonitpur district on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, Tezpur is an ancient town in the Indian state of Assam. It is one of the largest cities in the state and is also known as the commercial centre of North Assam. The tea gardens, national parks, and temples, apart from a few other heritage sites, attract a large number of tourists every year. Some of the popular places to visit in Tezpur are Mahabhairav Temple, Padua Pukhuri, Chitralekha, Agnigarh, and Trimurty Udyan. While the tea gardens are a major part of the economy of Tezpur, you may also find tourism in this list.

Being the cultural capital of the state, there is a perfect blend of traditional dance and music here. The people of Tezpur also celebrate festivals like Kamrup Bhatheli, Bihu, Dehing Patkai Festival, Ali Ai Ligang, and Biswakarma Puja. The best time to visit the city is from October to April as the weather during these months is pleasant for sightseeing.

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Agnigarh is a hilltop in the Indian state of Assam. It is the location of Banasura's stronghold, which, according to Hindu mythology, was built to isolate his daughter Usha. The name Agnigarh is derived from the Sanskrit words 'Agni' (fire) and 'garh' (fortress or wall).

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The remnants of two ancient temples have been discovered in Da-Parbatia, a small town. According to historians and archaeologists, one of the temples was established in the 6th century, while another temple of Lord Shiva is believed to have been located on the remains of this temple during the Ahom era. The Ahom monarchs constructed a Shiva temple on top of the ruins of this Gupta temple.

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Nameri National Park

Nameri National Park is home to numerous species of birds and flora, apart from animals like Bengal tigers, leopards, sambar, hog deer, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, and langur. Some prominent species of flora spotted in this national park are Gmelina, Amoora, Ajar, Bhelu, Champaca, Rudraksha, and more.


About Delhi Airport

Delhi Airport, or Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA: DEL), is an international airport located in New Delhi, India. It is the busiest airport in India. The Indian Air Force used to run the air terminal before it was taken over by the Airports Authority of India. With the beginning of tasks at Terminal 3 in 2010, it turned into India's and South Asia's most active air terminal.

The airport is equipped with the facilities of fast food lounges, duty-free shops and stores, free Wi-Fi, ATMs on both airside and landside, baby care rooms, medical services, a hotel and luggage storage with multiple lounges, and premium plazas in all three terminals. The airport also has a smoking lounge on the departure side. From India Gate, the airport is located about 13 km away, and one can take a taxi, metro, or bus from the airport to reach anywhere in the city.

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About Delhi

Delhi is the national capital of the country, with the administrative extent of the city spanning over the boundaries of the capital city, encompassing the surrounding areas which make up the National Capital Region. Geographically located in the centre of North India, Delhi is situated along the banks of river Yamuna, with a grander evolutionary history than any other in the country. It shares its borders with Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, along with the urban agglomeration consisting of Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Noida, and Gurugram. Delhi's population is estimated to be around 28 million, which makes it the second-largest metro city in India. The climate of Delhi is characterised by high aridity and scorching summers. It's linked to a widespread presence of continental air, which brings rain and higher humidity. Late November to mid-March is an extremely dry season of winter, with January being the coldest month.

Delhi reeks of a rich history as a significant economic, transportation, and social hub along with being India's political capital. Demographically, after the 1947 partition, a huge influx of refugees migrated to Delhi, and since then, Delhi has witnessed large-scale immigration due to the economic-pull factors it offers in terms of employment and good living standard.

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Akshardham Temple  

Akshardham Temple is a notable Hindu temple complex that epitomises Indian culture, spirituality, and architecture. It is devoted to Lord Swaminarayan and is also known as Swaminarayan Akshardham. The temple complex is home to India's largest step well that is known for hosting a stunning water show, an open, vast garden, a Sarovar known as the Narayan Sarovar and ceremonies performed ritually. The place is a paradise for those on a journey to seek spirituality.

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Connaught Place

Connaught Place, also known as Rajiv Chowk, is better known to locals as CP. The Inner Circle and the Outer Circle are two concentric circles that makeup one of Delhi's main commercial and business districts. This market traces back to the British era and is one of the best locations to visit in Delhi, known for being the most iconic structure from Lutyens' Delhi.

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Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat is a shopper's paradise, a foodie's paradise, and the metro city's cultural melting pot, designed to evoke the atmosphere of a typical village fair. The bazaar, a spectacular blend of brilliant colours and diverse cultures, lies in the heart of South Delhi, directly across from the INA Market.

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India Gate  

The monument of India Gate can be found at Rajpath in New Delhi. It is a memorial dedicated to the fallen soldiers of the wars India had to participate in, such as the First World War, Third Anglo-Afghan War, etc. The names inscribed on the monument come to around 82,000, both of Indian and British descent. The lovely green grass encircling the park is a popular picnic location.

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Qutub Minar 

Qutub Minar is a victory tower or minaret in Delhi's Mehrauli neighbourhood and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is Delhi's second tallest landmark, standing at 72.5 m (238 ft). The green garden surrounding the Qutub compound is a favourite picnic spot among locals and tourists alike. Qutub Minar was built by the Slave dynasty and later expanded by the rulers of the Khilji dynasty.

Frequently Asked Questions

Currently, there are no flights from Delhi to Tezpur. The best option is to take a direct flight from Delhi to Guwahati, and then travel to Tezpur by road. There are about 10 direct flights from Delhi to Guwahati at the moment.  

Guwahati Airport is located about 195 km from Tezpur, and it takes approximately 4 hours and 15 minutes to reach the city by road.  

AirAsia, SpiceJet, Vistara, and IndiGo are the most preferred airlines for direct flights from Delhi to Guwahati. 

Tezpur is called the cultural capital of Assam, and its strategic location at the banks of the river Brahmaputra provides excellent scope for tea plantations. Also, because Tezpur tourism has been on the rise recently, the endeavour to keep the city clean has earned it the title of the cleanest city in Assam.  

Yes, Dibrugarh Rajdhani is a preferred choice for travel from Delhi to Tezpur, if a flight journey is not an option for you.  

The IATA code for Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport is DEL, whereas the IATA code for Tezpur Airport is TEZ. 

The aerial distance between Delhi and Tezpur is approximately 1,549 km.  

October to April is the best time to visit Tezpur as a tourist, as during these months, the climate is cool and pleasant, which makes sightseeing a comfortable experience. 

To explore all the popular attractions in Tezpur, you will need a minimum of 3-4 days, as some of the places are a little far from the city and may require day trips. 

The best time to visit Delhi is between October and March, as the winter months in Delhi are chilly, and one can enjoy sightseeing without any discomfort.  

There are 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Delhi – Humayun's Tomb, Red Fort, and Qutub Minar.  

No, two days may not be enough to visit all the top places in Delhi, as there are numerous historical and heritage sites to explore. You will need to plan a vacation of around 4-5 days to completely explore Delhi's most famous locations.  

Bura Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary is approximately 33.5 km from the city, and it takes around 1 hour to reach by car. 

One must try the Assamese Thali when in Tezpur, which typically consists of rice, fish dishes, stewed vegetables, Bor (lentil dish), Khar (fish soup), and salad. 

Some of the best hotels in Tezpur where one can stay are The Greenwood Hotel, KRC Annexe, Hotel Welkin Residency, and Hotel Kalash.