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Guwahati to Kanpur Flights flights

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If you're looking for a flight from Guwahati to Kanpur, you may not find convenient flight options. You can reach Kanpur via the next nearest airport, i.e. Lucknow Airport, which is just 80 km away. From Lucknow Airport, you can travel via train, bus, or taxi to reach Kanpur. There are many direct and indirect flights available from Guwahati to Lucknow. There are more than 25 daily flights from Guwahati to Lucknow.

Flights from Guwahati to Kanpur



COVID-19 Information 

If you are travelling by air, you must follow the protocols and guidelines placed for air travel during the pandemic. Various state governments have introduced specific rules for passengers arriving from other states or cities. Therefore, you have to be aware of these guidelines to comply with them accordingly while you travel.

Here are some of the basic guidelines you must follow whenever you are arriving or leaving any of the metro cities in the country:

  • Web check-in is mandatory.
  • Masks must be worn at all times throughout the journey and on the airport premises.
  • All passengers should have the Aarogya Setu app downloaded and active on their devices.
  • Only asymptomatic passengers will be allowed to travel.
  • It is compulsory to undergo thermal screening at the entrance to the airport; passengers are requested to cooperate.
  • The norms for social distancing should be followed strictly.

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Aarogya Setu App

The Aarogya Setu App must be downloaded and activated on the phone of the traveller

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A mask should cover your face at all times.

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At all times, a mask must be worn.

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It is mandatory to wear a face mask all the time while on the airport premises.

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Check-in online for a contactless experience

An airline’s responsibility is to ensure that passengers can transport their baggage safely without encountering any delays or trouble. Security procedures are set in place to ensure that all baggage is appropriately inspected, and this applies even more so if you have checked-in baggage. Therefore, it is important to follow appropriate packing tips and guidelines.

The weight allowances of your baggage depend on the airline. Usually, there is a specific weight allowance for each passenger. On most domestic flights, each passenger is allowed to carry 15 kg of check-in baggage. You may be charged an additional amount for excess luggage. Please make sure to check the baggage allowance guidelines of the airline you are flying with before your trip. It is also recommended that you avoid packing valuables or fragile items inside your baggage, so it does not get damaged or lost during your flight.

Hand Baggage Information

On most domestic flights, passengers are allowed to carry only one piece of carry-on baggage weighing up to 7 kg. The carry-on baggage should not exceed the following dimensions: 55 cm x 35 cm x 25 cm.

In addition to this hand baggage, you can also carry an additional laptop bag or ladies’ purse on the flight, as long as it does not weigh more than 3 kg.

Things to keep in mind for a hassle-free flying experience
  • Any carry-on liquids should be stored in a container not exceeding 100 ml.
  • Before boarding the flight, it is advisable to check the list of prohibited items so that you don’t carry them while coming to the airport.
  • Keep essential medications, cash, necessary documents, and other expensive items in your handbags. Carry medical prescriptions if required.
  • If you have any metallic medical equipment or apparatus, please bring a photo or prescription from your doctor.
  • It is advisable to reach the airport in time, around 2 hours before the flight’s departure time for domestic flights. However, in the case of international flights,
  • you should arrive 4 hours before the flight’s departure time.
  • Remember to bring a photo ID along with an e-ticket or a printed copy of the ticket. Both of these documents will be thoroughly checked at the airport.
  • Alert the security immediately if you find anything around you which looks suspicious.
  • You should be fully aware of the contents placed in your baggage.
About Kanpur

Kanpur is a major city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located on the banks of the River Ganga. It is a significant financial and industrial centre in North India and India's ninth-largest urban economy. Kanpur is known for its colonial architecture, gardens, and leather items which are primarily exported to the West. With its scenic landscape, Kanpur is also one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the state. The city is well-known for its industrial and manufacturing units. For its textile industries, the city is also known as the "Leather City of the World". Additionally, the city has some prominent educational institutions like IIT Kanpur, and is also known for its beautiful architecture, extraordinary cuisines, and vibrant tourist locations.

During the summer months of April to June, the temperature in Kanpur ranges from a blistering 48°C to roughly 35°C, and in the rainy season, from July to September, the temperature ranges from 32°C during the day to 24°C at night, with calm winds. The summer and rainy seasons may not be favourable for tourists due to the extreme weather. However, the winter season from October to March is the ideal time to visit Kanpur. During these months, the temperatures in the city range from 28°C during the day to 10°C at night, which is perfect for spending time outdoors exploring the city.


About Guwahati Airport 

Guwahati Airport, officially known as Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, is situated in the Borjhar area in Guwahati, Assam. The airport handles both domestic and international flights. Several domestic airlines fly to and from Guwahati to most Indian cities regularly. With passenger traffic of roughly 3,789,656, Guwahati Airport has a peak hour capacity of 1,300 people (1,000 domestic and 300 international passengers). There are 14 check-in desks, 8 immigration counters, 2 customs counters, and 4 security check booths available. Guwahati Airport has an integrated terminal for domestic and international flights. The airport provides many facilities like a tourist information centre, VIP lounge, airline booking counters, special assistance for physically-disabled people, ATMs, services of buses, taxis, and rental cars, medical aid, wheelchairs, a snack bar, beverage counter and refreshments counters.

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About Guwahati

Guwahati is known as a gateway to other northeastern states, as it is located on the banks of the Brahmaputra River. Guwahati may be visited at any time of year, but the best time to travel to Guwahati is from October to March, when the weather is most pleasant. It is also known as the "City of Temples" because of the numerous ancient temples that can be found here. There are various intriguing and exciting places to eat in the city. Guwahati has a vast choice of dining alternatives to choose from, including an extensive range of traditional Assamese cuisine. Guwahati shopping is a unique experience; choose from indigenous handicrafts to exquisitely designed clothing.

  • Temperature checks are conducted on all the passengers before they enter the terminals.
  • The airport follows top-class cleaning regimes to keep the airport clean and sanitised to ensure passenger safety.
  • There is an RT-PCR testing facility at the airport.
  • You can find protective screens at different locations in the airport, even at the check-in desks and security checkpoints.
  • Signs have been placed strategically throughout the airport, reminding the passengers to follow social distancing guidelines.
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Assam State Museum

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Dipor Bil (Deepor Beel)

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Guwahati Zoo

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Kamakhya Temple

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Nehru Park

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Umananda Temple

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