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Dibrugarh to Mangaluru Flights


Well, visiting new places and exploring them is one of the best ways to enjoy your vacation. However, looking for cheap air tickets to travel involves time and effort. If you are looking for the easiest way to book the cheapest flight from Dibrugarh, you must browse through the flight ticket options available on Adani. As one of the best flight booking platforms, Adani helps you book suitable flights. You may avail yourself of exciting discounts on the Adani platform. The airfare calendar on the Adani platform will help you view your flight’s status and give other relevant information to make your trip hassle-free.

If you are planning to fly from Dibrugarh to Mangaluru, you will be required to choose alternative routes as there are no direct domestic flights. The best option is to fly to Bangaluru and travel to Mangaluru from Bengaluru. There are approximately 9 flights, each with one layover in cities like Kolkata and Delhi. Most of these flights are operated by IndiGo.

You can then take a bus or cab to reach Mangaluru; it takes roughly 8 hours by road as the distance is 350 km. If you want to opt for the cheapest way to reach Mangaluru, you can take a direct bus. However, cabs are the fastest. You can also fly from Bangaluru to Mangaluru. These cities are connected by 5 direct flights operated by IndiGo. There are multiple connecting flights on this route as well.

Flights from Dibrugarh to Mangaluru


About Mangaluru Airport

Mangaluru International Airport, better known as Bajpe Airport with IATA code IXE, serves Mangaluru. It has one terminal that handles both international and domestic flight passengers. It can handle nearly 34 million passengers per year.

There are two main levels at Mangaluru Airport - the ground floor and the first floor. Passenger services at the terminal include baby care facilities, shops, duty-free shops, ATMs, currency exchange, a spa, a smoking area, medical services, information desks, etc. Local buses, taxis, and car rental services are available outside the airport.

The airport also has a busy cargo terminal that facilitates the import and export of items like fish, cashews, fresh vegetables, and flowers. You can reach the airport by taxis or city buses. Shuttle services from the airport to the railway station and the city centre are also available.

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About Mangaluru

Located between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, Mangaluru is a port city in Karnataka. The town got its name from Goddess Mangaladevi, a Hindu deity. Additionally, Mangaluru finds a few mentions in Ramayana as well. It is believed that Mangaluru was a part of the former kingdom of Parshuram Srishti, domesticated by the legendary Parshuram. Rama is also thought to be the Lord of the place called Tulu Nadu, and Sahadeva is said to be the governor of Mangaluru during the era of Ramayana. Mangaluru has a strong connection, not only with mythology but history also. Numerous rulers, including the Portuguese, Hyder Ali, and Britishers, ruled the place.

Stunning temples, extraordinary churches, imposing coconut trees, and fascinating beaches are a few things that make Mangaluru a tourist spot. Locals in Mangaluru speak a variety of languages, including Beary Bashe, Konkani, Tulu and Kannada. Chicken Sukka, Mangalurur Buns and Kappa Roti are the highlights of Mangalurean cuisine. Today, the city of Mangaluru stands as India's principal port and an excellent coastal tourist attraction.

Mangaluru has a tropical climate, sweltering summers and receives high rainfall during the monsoon season. The weather in Mangaluru remains pleasant and calm between October and January. During these months, Mangaluru is less humid and the temperature is below 30°C. People can book auto-rickshaws, cabs, and taxis to travel within the city.

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Kadri Manjunath Temple 

Located on Kadri Hills, this temple is dedicated to Lord Manjunatha. Since it is situated on the hill, the temple is surrounded by numerous caves. These caves date back to prehistoric times and perfectly narrate the city’s rich history

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Kudroli Temple

Built in 1912, the Kudroli Temple is dedicated to Gokarnanatheshwara, Lord Shiva. The temple is decorated with the murals of mythological legends. Marble flooring in the temple adds charm and beauty to the place. Situated 2.7 km from the railway station and 12 km from the airport, this temple is easily accessible by devotees from across the nation.

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Panambur Beach

Located approximately 10.6 km from Mangaluru, the Panambur Beach is one of the cleanest beaches. The main highlight of the beach is the huge number of events and festivals that take place here. Some of the events hosted at the beach include an international kite festival, boat racing, and sand sculpture making.  

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St. Aloysius Chapel

At the top of the lighthouse hill, you can find St. Aloysius Chapel, a popular Catholic church. Wall paintings at the church are the prime attractions that hold the authenticity and charm of the bygone era. If you are looking to enjoy a calm and peaceful atmosphere, be sure to plan a visit to this church.

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Tannirbhavi Beach

The natural and stunning beauty of the beach attracts many tourists to the place. Facilities such as benches, sheds, and food stalls make the beach an ideal spot for picnics. Lifeguards are active at the beach.

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Ullal Beach

Located in a small village Ullal, approximately 16 km away, Ullal Beach is one of the prime attractions in Mangaluru. The views of the majestic Arabian Sea, the mesmerising long coastline, dense palm trees, and tall lush casuarinas make the place look mesmerising and eye-catching.


About Dibrugarh Airport

Dibrugarh has an independent airport; Dibrugarh Airport’s IATA code is DIB. It is located 15 km from the centre of the city and offers round-the-clock passenger services. The airport has a single terminal. With 2 security counters and 10 check-in counters, the terminal can handle 250 passenger arrivals and departures each.

Dibrugarh operates flights to and from Kolkata, New Delhi, Tezu, and Bagdogra. The main airlines operating out of this airport are IndiGo, Air India, Vistara, and Alliance Air. Passenger services at the airport include free trolleys, ATMs and cash machines, lost and found baggage services, free medical services, parking, etc. Car rentals and taxi services are available outside the airport.

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About Dibrugarh

Dibrugarh is one of the largest cities in the state of Assam. The city got its name from the word Dibrumukha, made by combining two words 'Dibru', the name of the river, while 'Mukha' means mouth. Garh, on the other hand, means a fort.

Dibrugarh has a rich history. It was chosen by the British as their administrative and commercial centre. In 1842, the city was made the headquarters of the Lakhimpur district, and in 1971, it became a full-fledged Assam district. Today, Dibrugarh is an independent district in Assam and is one of the fastest-growing cities.

The summer season is not too hot, and it is mildly cold in the winter. The monsoon season brings lush greenery. However, it is best to avoid the monsoon as it can be tough to navigate your way around the city. The best time to visit Dibrugarh is from October and March.

Assamese is the official language spoken by most of the locals in Dibrugarh. Besides this, forms of Bodo, Hindi, and Bengali are pretty popular. The place is perfect for foodies as you can try the delicious Assamese cuisine, including Masor Tenga (a kind of sopur dish), bhaat (rice) with the all-time favourite dal (lentils), and Pitika (mashed potatoes) served with mangsho (meat curry).

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Anthropological Museum of Indigenous Peoples

It is one of the most beautiful natural history museums located in Dibrugarh. Visitors can find a huge collection of ancient items, including musical instruments, weapons for self-defence, various statues, hats, dresses, beautiful lamps, ancient jewellery, and lots more

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DU Park

This educational cum recreational park contains numerous beautiful sculptures of a rhino, a life-size elephant, and bulls that will leave you awestruck. Iron figures present in the park make it an ideal spot to enjoy a few hours.  

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Heritage Museum

The well-known art museum located just 6 km from the city limits houses the unrivalled heritage of Assam. If you wish to know more about the rich culture of the city, be sure to pay a visit to the heritage museum.  

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Jagannath Temple

Situated approximately 6 km away from the city centre, the famous Jagannath Temple is one of the most important religious sites in Dibrugarh. The marvellous architecture crafted with red stone enhances the charm and beauty of the temple. The highlight of the temple is its surroundings, which have lush green tea gardens.  

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Lekai Chetia Maidam

Located in the city of Dibrugarh, the place was built to honour Lekai Chetia, an Ahom official. In today’s age, the place stands as a religious institution or a Thaan. Lekai Chetia Maidam is a famous tourist spot in Assam. The best part about the place is that it is located away from the usual hustle and bustle of the city.  

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Mahatma Gandhi Park

Located just 5.5 km from the city, the park’s natural beauty is noteworthy. Subtle sculptures and fountains add to the charm of this attraction. It is popular among kids and makes a great picnic spot for families.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Direct domestic flights are not available between the two cities. It is better to book connecting flights from Dibrugarh to Bangaluru and then reach Mangaluru.  

Post-monsoon period and winters are the best seasons to book flights to Mangaluru. This is the best time to explore different places, from beaches to temples.

Tulu is the main language here. Additionally, the linguistic makeup of this region includes Konkani (16.41%), Kannada (15.11%), Malayalam (6.4%), and a couple of other languages. The other languages consist of Byari.  

A 2-day trip will likely be enough to explore all the major destinations in Mangaluru.  

Yes. Being an important port city of Karnataka, the place houses old temples, sun-kissed beaches, and lush green gardens. If you are looking for a peaceful and relaxing vacation, book your flights to Mangaluru on Adani today.  

Tannirbhavi Beach is one of the safest beaches in Mangaluru. Lifeguards patrol the beach. If you are travelling with children, be sure to enjoy an evening at Tannirbhavi Beach.  

Yes. Gift and souvenir shops are available at the airport. 

Dibrugarh is pleasant and cool throughout the year. Heavy rainfall is usually expected during the monsoon season, and it is advisable to avoid a trip during this season. 

A traditional dish named Chiroti is a delicious sweet in Mangaluru. It is made by layering and frying refined flour. Travellers planning to explore the city should definitely stop by a restaurant to taste this lip-smacking sweet.  

Your best mode of transportation is hiring a private taxi to visit all the places in Mangaluru. Auto-rickshaws and buses are also available.  

Dibrugarh is one of the three tea-producing areas in India.  

The best shopping items in Dibrugarh include tea and silk garments. 

The period from October to March is pleasant. Book flights to Dibrugarh during these months to enjoy sightseeing.  

Rickshaws and autos are the best ways to travel to nearby places within the city. They are affordable means of transportation to explore all the different places.  

Masor Tenga (a kind of sopur dish), bhaat (rice) and dal (lentils), and Pitika (mashed potatoes) served with mangsho (meat curry) are popular in Dibrugarh.  
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Airport Information

Mangaluru Mangaluru International Airport,Bajpe Main Rd, Kenjar HC, Mangaluru, Karnataka 574142

Dibrugarh Civil Aerodrome Dibrugarh, Mohanbari, Dibrugarh, Assam 786012