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Guwahati to Amritsar Flights

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Several budget carriers and premium airlines serve the Guwahati to Amritsar flight route. There are more than 20 flights operating from Guwahati to Amritsar every day. Although none of these are direct flights, numerous connecting flights are available from Guwahati to Amritsar through cities like New Delhi, Patna, and Jaipur. The shortest flight from Guwahati to Amritsar takes about 4 hours and 40 minutes. In the following sections, you will find all the necessary information about Guwahati to Amritsar flights.

Flights from Guwahati to Amritsar


About Amritsar Airport

The Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ), located approximately 11 km northwest of Amritsar, is an important airport in Punjab. It serves the city of Amritsar and several towns in Himachal Pradesh, and the southern part of Jammu and Kashmir. Amritsar Airport is one of the busiest airports in North India. There is a single passenger terminal at the airport, which operates domestic and international flights to several destinations in India and abroad. It is well equipped with many facilities, such as ATMs, duty-free shops, a lost-and-found service, a porter service, restaurants, trolleys, and a VIP room.

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About Amritsar

Amritsar, one of Punjab’s most important cities, is home to the famous Golden Temple, which attracts millions of worshippers and tourists each year. The city is known for other historical sites, including the Jallianwala Bagh, Attari-Wagah Border, and Partition Museum. Amritsar comes alive during festivals like Baisakhi, and it is known for its cuisine, from upscale restaurants to dhabas. Make sure to try the Amritsari lassi, kulchas, kulfis, and fish and chicken dishes when you visit the city.

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Akal Takht

Located inside the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab, the throne popularly known as the Akal Takht is one of the 5 takhts of Sikhs. In the year 1606, Guru Hargobind Sahib built the Akal Takht as a sign of justice and the throne for the highest spokesman of the Sikhs. It was constructed to serve as a symbol of hope against the tyranny of rulers in the 17th and 18th centuries. It also contains a ton of ancient weapons that the Sikh warriors used during the wars. When you visit the Golden Temple, a tour of the Akal Takht is a must, as it provides an understanding of what our ancestors had gone through for today. The Golden Temple is one of the most spiritual sites in the entire world where millions of people from all around the world travel to, in order to seek blessings from God.

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Durgiana Temple

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Gurudwara Bibeksar Sahib

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Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh witnessed one of the most tragic days in the history of India. Over the years, innumerable people have visited the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, Punjab, to get a hint of what the freedom fighters and the innocent people must have gone through during 1919 when British General O'Dwyer opened fire on a group of Indians, killing more than 2000 innocent Indians including children, men, and women. The Bagh or park is where the firing began and the bodies were dumped inside the well. Even today, the marks of bullets are visible, making it even more heartbreaking. Every year hundreds of schools plan trips to the Jallianwala Bagh to make students realise the sacrifices of our people and the brutality of Britishers.

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Partition Museum

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Wagah Border

The Wagah Border, an army outpost located at the Indo-Pakistan border is a massive complex which features several buildings, barriers, and roads on either side. The Wagah Border is situated at a distance of only 28 Km from Amritsar, making it convenient for people to travel there. One prominent thing which attracts everyone’s attention is the Beating the Retreat ceremony which happens every evening. Soldiers from India and Pakistan march in a set position for bringing down their national flags one after another. As the sun sets, the nationalistic fervour increases and the lights are turned off, marking the setting of the day. It ends with thunderous applause. The chanting of the national anthem, continuous rounds of applause along with powerful energy in the air make it a memorable experience. Over the years, people have started to gather there to support the army.


About Guwahati Airport

Guwahati International Airport (IATA: GAU), also known as Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (LGBI), is located in Borjhar, Assam. It is approximately 18 km from the city and serves as the primary airport of the Northeast Indian states. The airport has an integrated terminal that caters to both domestic and international flights. Guwahati Airport is connected to around 25 domestic destinations like New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Bangalore etc. It is well-equipped with medical services, Wi-Fi, lounges, baby care rooms, shopping facilities, and a lost-and-found service.

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About Guwahati

Guwahati, the gateway to the Northeast, is located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River and serves as the cultural hub of Northeast India. Guwahati is the largest city in Assam and the state’s principal centre of commerce. Guwahati was the capital of the Kamarupa kingdom in the past and is known for many ancient temples in the city. The city’s cuisine is to die for, known for its signature dishes like momos, luchi, and thukpa. The city entices its visitors with its music, dance, festivals, and arts and crafts.

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Alfresco Grand

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Assam State Museum

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Kamakhya Temple

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Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

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Umananda Island

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Umananda Temple

Frequently Asked Questions

More than 100 flights operate between Guwahati and Amritsar every week.

The first flight from Guwahati to Amritsar departs at 6:00 am.

The last flight on the Guwahati to Amritsar departs at 6:20 pm.

The official name of the Guwahati Airport is Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (IATA code: GAU), and the Amritsar Airport is known as Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (IATA code: ATQ).

The minimum time to fly from Guwahati to Amritsar is around 4 hours and 40 minutes.

You can take dry food items in your hand baggage. Make sure your food is spill-proof and properly packed.

No. It is not required. However, you are advised to pay a small insurance fee for safety purposes while flying from Guwahati to Amritsar.

Top airlines like SpiceJet, Air India, Vistara, Go First, and IndiGo operate flights from Guwahati to Amritsar.

Yes. There are lounges at Guwahati Airport.

IndiGo operates the maximum number of flights between the two cities.
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Airport Information

Amritsar Ajnala Rd, opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101

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