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Guwahati to Agra Flights

There are no direct flights between Guwahati and Agra. However, there are some connecting flights on this route. IndiGo is a carrier that offers a connecting flight from Guwahati to Agra. Although indirect flights take longer to reach the destination, they are frequently less expensive than direct flights.

All of the necessary information regarding the flights between Guwahati and Agra have been mentioned in the sections below.

Flights from Guwahati to Agra


About Agra Airport

The Agra Airport is officially called the Kheria Air Force Station and is around 5 km from the city centre.

A single terminal with two boarding gates facilitates the passengers at the airport. The total capacity for both arrivals and departures is 250 passengers. Travellers can rent a car at the airport and should have no trouble getting around because Agra is well connected to major towns such as Delhi, Lucknow, Kanpur, and Jaipur via an extensive highway network.

At the airport, there are free trolleys, an on-call medical facility, a lost and found baggage office, and restrooms for transit travellers.

About Agra

Agra is one of Uttar Pradesh’s most densly populated cities. It is a popular tourist destination because of the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, and Fatehpur Sikri, all built during the Mughal era. Along with Delhi and Jaipur, it is an integral part of the Golden Triangle tourist route. The Taj Mahal is the most famous attraction in Agra. Located on the banks of the Yamuna River, Agra is also an industrial town with a thriving tourism industry, as well as footwear, leather, and other manufacturing activities. When the Mughal Empire fell apart in the late 18th century, the city passed through the hands of the Marathas and then the East India Company. Flights to Agra are easy to book because the city attracts many visitors every year.

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Agra Fort

Agra Fort, a UNESCO world heritage site, was constructed in 1573 during the reign of Akbar. The fort required over 4000 labourers and eight years of hard work to complete. Knowing the importance of its strategic position, Akbar erected the fort to serve as his chief palace. The fort is home to several magnificent monuments, including the Khas Mahal, Jahangir Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Machchhi Bhawan, Diwan-i-Am, and Moti Masjid. The Mughal capital was shifted from Agra to Delhi in 1638, but the fort is still prominent among tourists for its magnificent architecture and rich history.

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Akbar's Tomb

Agra is one of the most exciting places to visit if you hope to explore India's rich history and heritage during your vacation. Located 8 Km from Agra, Akbar’s Tomb is a mesmerising example of Mughal architecture. The blend of red sandstone and white marble accentuates the signature style seen in the Mughal era. The mausoleum was built between the years 1600 and 1613. As per the traditions of the Timurid dynasty, Akbar began building his tomb during his lifetime. Akbar’s Tomb is easily accessible to tourists in the city, and the best time to visit it is between October and March, when the temperature is most pleasant!

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Fatehpur Sikri

The renowned world heritage site Fatehpur Sikri is situated at a distance of 39 km from Agra. Built with red sandstone, it blends Islamic and Hindu architectural styles. The structures in the premises feature exquisite ornamental carvings. The planning and construction of the city took 15 years and was overseen by Mughal emperor Akbar, with the intention of building a strong capital for the empire. Skilled craftsmen from all over India were employed for its construction, as is evident from the mix of Indian architectural styles, with Gujrati and Bengali styles being the most prominent. Fatehpur Sikri boasts India’s rich history and is an example of spectacular architecture.

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Itmad-ud-Daula’s Tomb

The tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula, a Mughal mausoleum erected by Nur Jahan in the memory of her father, Mirza Ghiyas Beg, is one of Agra's historical treasures famous for its intricate marble lattice work and the use of semi-precious stones. It resembles a jewel box amid lush gardens and is on the banks of the Yamuna river in Moti Bagh in Uttar Pradesh. Many regard the tomb as superior to the Taj Mahal in terms of its intricate design and carvings. Tourists enjoy the wonderful gardens, lattice screens, and halls frozen in time that are quite a spectacle.

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Jama Masjid

Shah Jahan built Jama Masjid in Agra in 1648 AD for his daughter Jahanara Begum. The Jama Masjid is located opposite the Agra Fort and is one of the largest mosques in India. The impressive building size makes it an eye-catching monument even from a distance. Made from red sandstone and marble, the mosque is a beautiful specimen of Mughal architecture. The sprawling courtyard with its four fountains is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a moment of peace. The mosque attracts devotees from across the country and is an important place of worship for Muslims.

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The Taj Mahal

Along the bank of the mighty River Yamuna, the Taj Mahal stands in all its glory. The mausoleum is rightly placed as one of the Wonders of the World, with its unparalleled architecture and intricate design. The Indo-Islamic monument was built by The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, as a symbol of his absolute devotion to his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, after her demise. The characteristic white marble, adorned with 28 precious and semi-precious stones from all across Asia, is said to take on different tones throughout the day. Once described as “a teardrop on the face of eternity” by Rabindranath Tagore, those who visit the Taj understand precisely why it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


About Guwahati Airport

Guwahati’s Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi Airport is well-connected to India’s major cities. The airport is around 29 km from the city and operates flights to Delhi, Agartala, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad, Bagdogra, Chennai, Dibrugarh, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Jorhat, Mumbai, Pune, Aizawl, Kolkata, and Imphal. Go First, IndiGo and SpiceJet are the top air operators at this airport.

Guwahati Airport has a peak hour capacity of 500 domestic passengers and 125 international passengers.

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About Guwahati

Guwahati, located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, is well-recognised as a gateway to other Northeastern states. Guwahati is home to a lot of ancient sites and magnificent temples. It serves not only as a significant administrative centre but also as a cultural and educational centre. Guwahati may be visited during any time of the year, but the best time to fly to Guwahati is from October to April, when the weather is pleasant.

Guwahati has a vast choice of dining options to choose from, including an extensive range of traditional Assamese cuisine. Shopping in Guwahati is a unique experience; choose from indigenous handicrafts to exquisitely designed products from the markets in the city.

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Chunar Fort

A historical monument standing comfortably on the banks of the Ganga, Chunar Fort dates back to 56 BC and is spread over an area of 3,400 Km2. Chunar Fort has witnessed several wars over time. It was once under the control of Babur, followed by other powerful rulers such as Humayun, Akbar, Jahangir, and Aurangzeb. You can take a taxi or a bus to visit the fort. There is no entry fee.

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Guwahati Zoo

Guwahati Zoo houses a particularly wide variety of animals and birds. It is situated inside the Hengerbari Reserved Forest which is located on the outskirts of the city. According to reports, over 100 species of animals and birds exist at Guwahati Zoo. Over the years, the place has evolved to become one of the most popular tourist destinations because it has successfully managed to impress a wide cross-section of society. Guwahati Zoo was established in 1957. The zoo currently has about 895 animals, including tigers, the Himalayan black bear, the one-horned Indian rhinoceros, jungle cats, the clouded leopard, the Hoolock gibbon, and a host of other species. While visiting the Guwahati Zoo, make sure you wear comfortable footwear as a trip to the nearby areas to absorb the beauty of nature can otherwise cause a lot of discomfort.

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Kamakhya Temple

Located in Guwahati on the Nilachal hills in Assam, the Kamakhya Temple is one of the many popular temples dedicated to Goddess Shakti in India. As per the Hindu scriptures, Kamakhya Temple is one of the most important shakti peethas, therefore, its existence is highly significant. The temple celebrates the birth of girl children and the women who give birth to them. Between the 8th and 17th centuries, the temple was rebuilt multiple times but since then it has not lost its sheen. The temple feels like heaven on earth while the lush green surroundings add to the overall experience. The place is ideal for both nature lovers and those who are spiritually inclined. Most visitors travelling to Guwahati visit the temple to explore India's rich history and view the breathtaking scenery. While visiting the temple, make sure you wear comfortable footwear.

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Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries of India nestled in the grasslands of the state of Assam. It is the home to the great Indian one-horned rhinoceros, with their highest population residing here. It is carpeted with lush green grass and provides a safe haven to a host of other animal species. This place is a popular tourist destination not only among locals but also travellers across the globe who find peace in between nature and their fondness to click pictures of animals. A jungle safari is also available here! You will even get the chance to explore the traditional Assamese culture. Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is an ideal holiday destination. Although every month is ideal, the winter months are particularly better, as chances of spotting the one-horned rhinoceros increase manifold.

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Umananda Island

Umananda Island is one of the smallest river islands in the entire world. It is a place where both the civilised world and wilderness coexist peacefully in serenity. The place lies at the heart of the Brahmaputra river that flows through the middle of the city of Guwahati in Assam. The island is home to the golden langurs, a primate species on the endangered list. Umananda Island also houses the beautiful Umananda Temple, which is, without doubt, the most popular temple located in Assam. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and named after him. Most visitors travelling to Guwahati visit the temple to explore India's rich history and view the breathtaking scenery of Umananda Island. While visiting the island make sure you wear comfortable footwear as a trip to the nearby areas, in order to absorb the beauty of nature, can otherwise cause a lot of discomfort.

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Umananda Temple

Located on Peacock Island in Guwahati, Umananda Temple is one of the most popular temples of Assam. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and named after him. Peacock Island possesses a very diverse habitat. The temple feels like heaven on earth and the lush green surroundings augment the overall experience. The place is ideal for both nature lovers as well as those who are spiritually inclined. If you are someone who enjoys exploring religious places, do not forget to visit Umananda Temple when you are in Guwahati. While visiting the temple make sure you wear comfortable footwear as a trip to the nearby areas to absorb the beauty of nature can otherwise cause a lot of discomfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you may pre-book your food for your flight to Agra through the official website of your booked airline.

Only IndiGo operates flights from Guwahati to Agra.

There are about three flights every week between Guwahati and Agra

cancellation fees, your refund for your cancelled ticket will be processed and paid within seven days.

Guwahati Airport is known as Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi Airport and has the code GAU, while Agra Airport has the code AGR

You must go to the official airline’s website to use the web check-in service and skip the airport queues. To select, you must fill in the cities of departure and arrival, the PNR number, and your last name.

No, it is not mandatory to buy insurance.

Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in Agra.

Kamakhya Temple is believed to be the place where the womb of Goddess Sati fell.

The most popular dishes in Guwathi are Momos, Thukpa, Khar, Aloo Pitika, etc.
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Airport Information

Agra Civil Air Terminal Kheria, Uttar Pradesh 282008

Guwahati Guwahati Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport,Borjhar, Guwahati, Assam – 781015