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Dibrugarh to Bengaluru Flights

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Are you looking for a Dibrugarh to Bangalore flight?

Adani One can help you with flight bookings. The platform has a detailed airfare calendar to help you select a flight based on your itinerary. The portal also offers the latest deals and cashback offers on flight bookings, whether you book a flight from Dibrugarh to Bangalore or a return ticket from Bangalore to Dibrugarh. All major airlines, such as Air India, AirAsia, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara, are listed on the platform. Offers and information on direct and connecting flights are regularly updated. If you have selected your date of return, Adani One can help you get the best deals and offers on return tickets as well.

Many flight services are available on the Dibrugarh to Bangalore route every day. Air India, AirAsia, Vistara, and IndiGo are among the primary carriers serving this route. No direct flights operate between these destinations. However, approximately 9-10 connecting flights are available daily, with 1 to 3 stops usually in cities such as Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Bagdogra, and Imphal. Adani One can help you secure the best airfare for your flight from Dibrugarh to Bangalore. So, head on to our platform and see how much you can save on your flight booking today!

Flights from Dibrugarh to Bengaluru


About Bengaluru Airport

Kempegowda International Airport (IATA: BLR) is located in Devanahalli, about 30 km from the Bengaluru city centre. This airport serves the state of Karnataka and services flights across the entire nation, including flights from Dibrugarh to Bengaluru, and flights to many international destinations. The primary carriers operating out of this airport are AirAsia India, IndiGo, GoFirst, Air India, and SpiceJet.

Bengaluru Airport is the third-busiest airport in India. It has a single passenger terminal handling domestic and international flights. This is also the first fully solar-powered airport in the state of Karnataka. Kempegowda International Airport can accommodate approximately 20 million passengers annually. Separate domestic and international lounges are available here, along with a premium lounge, a VIP lounge, restaurants, and shopping outlets. To reach the city, you can book a taxi from the airport, hire a radio cab, or hire a bus. Vayu Vajra bus services provided by the government are a convenient and cheaper option to commute to and from the airport.

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About Bengaluru

Often referred to as the ‘Garden City’, Bengaluru is a city in Karnataka that offers a bit of everything. The weather in this city is cool yet pleasant all year round. The city has many nicknames such as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ because of its prolific ITC sector.

Despite being a metropolis, Bengaluru has plenty of getaways and locations that reflect the old-world charm of the city. From parks to lakes, many sites are a part of the city’s history and culture, and some have been around for centuries. Once the British established themselves in India, Bengaluru became a major military stronghold for their armies, and many forts and facilities were built during their time. Some of these establishments have now been turned into memorial sites.

While the history of Bengaluru is noteworthy, the modern side of this metropolis attracts visitors. From major shopping centres and malls to a wide variety of entertainment centres, this city has plenty of activities to enjoy. Places like MG Road and Indiranagar are the life of the city.

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Bangalore Palace 

Built during the reign of Chamaraja Wodeyar in 1887, this palace was inspired by London’s Windsor Castle and was constructed in the Tudor style. This is indeed among the most splendid palaces found in India. Take a tour of the palace if you wish to explore the history of the palace and the city. 

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Bannerghatta National Park  

Located at a distance of 22 km from Bangalore is the Bannerghatta National Park, which was founded in 1971. In 2002, it was declared a biological reserve. Spread across an area of 104 sq km, this park is home to several species of flora and fauna. From birds to reptiles, this park has plenty of wildlife to explore. The jungle safari is a particularly popular activity, and it features wild lions and tigers roaming freely. 

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ISKCON Temple 

This temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world. The temple was built in 1997 and inaugurated by the then President of India. The temple stands on a hillock in Rajaji Nagar with a flag post made of gold. 

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Lal Bagh 

Known around the world for its collection of over 1000 species of plants, Lal Bagh is one of the most recognisable landmarks of Bangalore. Built across an area of 240 acres in the heart of the city, this garden is a treat for nature lovers. It also houses the Lal Bagh Rock, which is over 3000 million years old.  

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Nandi Hills 

Just over 60 km from the city centre is the Nandi Hills. A popular weekend destination for locals and tourists alike, this hill features several sculptures and temples along the way to the top. The peak, which stands at almost 1478 m, offers a mesmerising view of the sunrise. 

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Cubbon Park 

This palace was constructed by and is named after the prolific ruler of Mysore—Tipu Sultan. It is a fine example of Indo-Islamic architecture and features grand arches, pillars, and lush green gardens. Referred to as the ‘Rashk-e-Jannat’, this palace was Tipu Sultan’s summertime getaway from his capital in Mysore and is a great reminder of the serenity that used to be offered within the confines of the city of Bangalore.


About Dibrugarh Airport

Dibrugarh Airport (IATA: DIB), also known as Mohanbari Airport, is located 15 km from the city centre. It is the only airport that serves both the states of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. This airport has one terminal that services several flights to many domestic routes, such as Dibrugarh to Bengaluru, Guwahati, Ahmedabad, and New Delhi. Several carriers such as Air India and IndiGo operate flights from this airport to many cities. The airport offers facilities such as ATMs, medical facilities, car rentals, gift shops, and restaurants. Cab facilities and bus services are also readily available from this airport.

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About Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is located along the river Brahmaputra in the state of Assam. It is the entryway to the three districts—Dibrugarh, Sivasagar, and Tinsukia—that produce 50% of the Assam tea crop in the country. Due to its high tea yield, Dibrugarh is also referred to as the ‘tea city of India’. Even though it is developing into a major industrial hub in east India, this city is surrounded by plenty of greenery and forests. River Buridihing, a tributary of the River Brahmaputra, passes through the city. Dibrugarh has a rich culture and an equally diverse demographic.

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Dehing Patkai Wildlife Sanctuary 

Dehing Patkai is among the few rainforests in the state of Assam; it is located in the Dibrugarh district. Spread across 111 sq km, this three-layered rain forest is home to around 290 species of birds, 47 species of reptiles, 47 species of mammals, and 30 species of butterflies. The Sanctuary is located 60 km from Dibrugarh and houses several cemeteries from World War II.

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Jeypore Rainforest

Jeypore Rainforest is located 60 km away from Dibrugarh. This rainforest is spread over 108 sq km and receives heavy rainfall. The climate here is favourable for great biodiversity, making the Rainforest home to the clouded leopard, golden cat, Royal Bengal tiger, and marbled cat.

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Naharkatia is the tea town of the Dibrugarh district because it provides a commercial site to the neighbouring tea-producing regions. This is a fascinating spot, especially for tea lovers. More importantly, Nahakatia is known for its fuel reserves. With the oldest oil pools in the state, Nahakatia has become an important commercial and tourist destination.

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Namphake Village 

Namphake is located on the banks of River Burhi Dihing, 37 km from Dibrugarh. The villagers are followers of Buddhism, making this village a place of meditation and contemplation. The Buddhist Monastery here helps achieve this goal.

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Radha Krishna Temple

This temple is located in Jalan Nagar and is dedicated to Lord Krishna. The serene gardens and the shrine here make this a place of pilgrimage and peaceful contemplation.

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Shri Jagannath Temple 

This temple is a replica of the popular Jagannath Temple in Puri, Orissa. It is located 6 km from the city. Crafted in red stone and surrounded by gardens, the temple provides a quiet spot to meditate or relax.

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 9 to 10 connecting flights fly from Dibrugarh to Bengaluru every day.  

Currently, no direct flights operate between Dibrugarh and Bengaluru.  

Flight carriers on this route include Air India, IndiGo, Vistara, and AirAsia.  

Most airlines allow a maximum of 7 kg of cabin luggage and up to 15 kg of check-in baggage. However, this changes from airline to airline, so please check with your carrier before packing. 

The aerial distance between Dibrugarh and Bengaluru is 2415 km. 

Most carriers have their menu, and they allow pre-booking of meals.  

September to February is the best time to visit Bengaluru because the city is at its best during monsoon and winter. 

Certain airlines allow travellers to carry one additional baggage, such as a laptop bag or ladies' purse, but it shouldn’t weigh more than 3 kg.  

The excess baggage charge for domestic flights varies depending upon the airline. Please check your airline policy before leaving for the airport.  

Yes, all airlines operating flights from Dibrugarh to Bengaluru offer web check-in facilities 48 hours before the flight’s departure. This option is available until 60 minutes before the departure time.  

Convenient cancellation policies are available for all airlines. However, there is a stipulated time before the flight’s departure within which you can avail of refunds. Cancellation charges may apply. You can contact your carrier for more information.  

Apart from the baggage weight restrictions, airport authorities have imposed bans on flammable substances, aerosol cans, certain foods, and wet-cell batteries. For a detailed list of restricted items, you can check the official websites of the airlines.