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Hubli to Kolkata Flights

With so many options to buy flight tickets online, one is easily spoilt for choice to find the cheapest flight from Hubli to Kolkata. It is here that Adani One flight ticket platform helps you find the best flight from Hubli to Kolkata. You can explore the site and get a good deal on your flight booking. The website will display an airfare calendar for flights between Hubli and Kolkata for you to choose the most convenient flight. On the platform, you will find many attractive offers, discounts, and cashback deals.

If you are travelling to Kolkata, also called The City of Joy, for a meeting or a family trip, the Adani One comes as a great resource to book a cheap flight ticket. The website will show the flight status for your upcoming flight so that you can plan your travel accordingly from Hubli in Karnataka and Kolkata, the capital city of the state of West Bengal.

The shortest flight from Hubli to Kolkata is operated by IndiGo thrice daily with layovers in Chennai, Hyderabad or Bengaluru. There are no direct flights from Hubli to Kolkata.

Flights from Hubli to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA: CCU) serves the Kolkata metropolitan area. Located in Dum Dum, it is locally known as the Dum Dum airport. The airport is the only airport of Kolkata. The airport’s newly-constructed, integrated terminal T2 is spread over 2,510,000 sq ft and is capable of handling 25 million passengers annually, compared with the previous terminals’ capacity of five million. The terminal is an L-shaped structure, with six levels.

The airport is a major hub for flights to Northeast India, Southeast Asia, and West Asian countries like Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Doha. AirAsia, Air India, Alliance Air, Batik Air Malaysia, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Bhutan Airlines, Druk Air, Emirates, FlyBig, flydubai, Go First, IndiGo, Myanmar Airways International, Novoair, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Saudia, SpiceJet, Thai AirAsia, Thai Smile, US-Bangla Airlines, and Vistara fly to and from the airport currently.

Terminal T2 was constructed to differentiate it from the older building to function as a terminal for both domestic and international flights.

Plans are afoot to erect an 18-foot bronze statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose at the integrated T2 terminal complex.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, which was formerly known as Calcutta, was renamed in 2001 by the government of West Bengal. Kolkata, the capital of the state of West Bengal, is located on the east bank of the River Hooghly. Kolkata was also the capital of British India till 1911. The British influence on the city’s architecture is evident in its many iconic buildings and monuments.

Kolkata’s weather is usually hot and humid, with frequent heavy showers during the monsoons. Since the city is located near the coastal plains of West Bengal, the weather is humid for most part of the year except for its short winters. The ideal time to visit Kolkata is between October and February when the weather is pleasant.

Bengali is the official language of the city while a large section of the city’s population can also speak Hindi and English. The city is well-connected, with a good public transport system that includes trams, metros, suburban railways, rickshaws, and cabs.

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Dakshineswar Kali Temple

The temple's main deity is Goddess Kali. It is one of the oldest temples in India and has pilgrims visiting it from all over the world. Rani Rashmoni used her personal wealth to build this temple after losing her husband. The inspiration of constructing this temple is believed to have occurred to her in a dream.

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Howrah Bridge

The Howrah bridge, which connects the cities of Howrah and Kolkata, is one of the world’s oldest cantilever bridges that was thrown open to the public and traffic in 1943. The bridge has been recently renamed after Rabindranath Tagore and is called Rabindra Setu.

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Park Street

Park Street is a food-lovers paradise and features many colonial buildings. It houses many cafes, pubs, and restaurants that offer delectable dishes from all over the world. You can also try some authentic Bengali food here.

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Victoria Memorial

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Kolkata is the Victoria Memorial. It is an impressive white monument named after Queen Victoria that now functions as a museum, which is a must-see for history lovers. The museum showcases original artefacts that once belonged to the Queen. The gallery inside the museum showcases a collection of paintings and original manuscripts from the colonial era.

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New Market

Built by the British in 1874, New Market, formerly known as Hogg Market, has been a go-to place for shopaholics. You can get the best of clothes, jewellery, and other accessories here. The market has 2,000-plus shops that carry a variety of items that you can purchase at competitive prices. Avoid the market on weekends because it is crowded during this time.

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Kumortuli is an old potter's colony in North Kolkata. Here, artisans make clay idols for various festivals. The artisans make idols out of clay of Goddess Durga and her four children—Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesh and Kartikeya and other deities. The best time to visit Kumortuli is a few months prior to Durga Puja to experience beautiful skeletal works of Goddess Durga and her children. The artisans make idols out of clay of Goddess Durga and her four children—Saraswati, Lakshmi, Ganesh and Kartikeya and other deities. The best time to visit Kumortuli is a few months prior to Durga Puja to experience beautiful skeletal works of Goddess Durga and her children. ld this temple after losing her husband. The inspiration of constructing this temple is believed to have occurred to her in a dream.


About Hubli Airport

Hubli Airport (IATA: HBX) is a domestic airport that serves the twin cities of Hubli and Dharwad. It is 8 km from Hubli and 20 km from Dharwad. This airport connects Hubli to 10 destinations across the country through domestic flights to and from Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mangalore, Kolkata, Mysore, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Ghaziabad, and Tirupati.

Only IndiGo and Star Air flights operate services out of the airport.

After the development of airport land, the runway was extended to 8,500 feet. The new terminal covers 3600 sq. mt. It can handle up to 300 passengers during peak hours. The airport is equipped with a public address system, flight booking counters, check-in counters, elevators, CCTV, and baggage scanners, etc. At the airport, the flight status is displayed for the convenience of travellers. The airport has passenger facilities like assistance for the physically challenged and senior citizens, childcare rooms, wheelchairs, trolleys, a lost-and-found department, stalls serving snacks and refreshments, and car rental services.

Hubli Airport is powered by a solar power plant. It has an airport hotel named Fortune Park, owned by ITC Hotels, located strategically across the airport. The Unkal railway station is 7.5 km from the airport.

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About Hubli

Hubli-Dharwad are twin cities that together form the second-largest metro area in Karnataka after Bangalore. Officially known as Hubballi, it houses the highest number of government offices outside Bangalore. The old Hubli was Rayara Hubli, also referred to as Eleya Purvada Halli.

It grew as a centre well-known for trading in cotton, saltpetre and iron. Hubli was first captured by Hyder Ali and later by the Marathas in 1790. The British took over the city from the Peshwas in 1817. The city developed as an industrial town and was home to small, medium, and big industries that contribute to the growth and economy of the state.

Hubli has a tropical wet and dry climate throughout the year. Summers are hot, lasting from February to June. It is 640 metres above sea level and gets an average yearly rainfall of 838 mm.

The city has a diverse population and is home to Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Jains, and Muslim populations. The famous local food dishes are Jolada Rotti Oota and Girmit.

The Hubli airport services domestic destinations and serves the twin cities. The Hubli Junction Railway Station is the primary railway station of Hubli city.

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Chandramouleshwara Temple

The 900-year-old Chandramouleshwara temple is located on the banks of the Unkal lake beside the Nrupatunga Hills in the Hubli-Dharwad city. The temple’s deity is Lord Shiva. The temple has beautiful sculptures and because of its archaeological significance, the temple is managed by the Archaeological Survey of India. The temple has two big Shiva Lingas and two Nandis (the mount of Lord Shiva, the bull) statues at the temple’s entrance.

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Country Club Water World

The Country Club Water World is popular with adventure lovers and also known for the serenity it provides at the same time. It is a famous weekend getaway on Karwar Road. The water park has a great ambience and is surrounded by mountains and greenery. There is also a swimming pool and a rain dance facility, with a DJ. It is a fun spot for kids and families.

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Indira Gandhi Glass House Garden

It is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Hubli. The garden is named after the late Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi. It has a glasshouse in the centre of the garden, which resembles the one at Lal Bagh in Bangalore. It has a platform built and maintained by the municipality for exhibitions, sociocultural events, and gatherings. You can relax in tranquillity amid rare plants in the garden. Unique sculptures, and a musical fountain are among the prime attractions of the place.

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Nrupatunga Hill

It is a hillock on Unkal Lake and is a picturesque spot away from the city’s hustle and bustle. It is a place where you can spend a relaxing evening.

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Siddharoodha Math

Siddharoodha Math bears a unique significance to Hindus and is a popular tourist spot. It was built in 1929 in remembrance of Sri Siddharoodha who attained Samadhi here.

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Unkal Lake

Unkal lake in Hubli is an attractive tourist spot. You can go boating here and see the statue of Swami Vivekananda placed at the centre of the lake. The lake, which stretches over 750 acres, is now known as Channabasava Sagara.

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 10 to 12 flights are available from Hubli to Kolkata. All are connecting flights.

The most preferred airline to travel from Hubli to Kolkata is IndiGo, Many domestic airlines have stopped serving the airport due to low passenger volume.

From the airport, you can travel by AC shuttle bus or book a taxi from the arrival gate at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. The travel time is around 50 minutes to the city centre.

The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport is the international airport for Kolkata metropolitan city — 17 km away from the city.

West Bengal has two airports, namely the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata and Bagdogra Airport in Bagdogra.

The easiest and fastest mode of transport to reach Sealdah Railway station is by taxi cab. It takes around 45 minutes to get to the station via VIP Road, while it takes 36 minutes to reach Howrah Station.

Passengers can arrive anytime through the day. If you need to stay overnight at the airport, retiring rooms, and dormitories are available. These are available on a first-come-first-served basis and cannot be booked in advance.

Travellers can enter the airport three hours prior to the scheduled departure of a flight.

The months of August and September are the most pleasant to visit Hubli.

Kolkata is famous for many dishes that include Macher Jhol (fish curry), Kosha Mangsho (Mutton curry), Aloo Posto (spiced potato cooked in poppy seeds), Mishti Doi (traditional sweet curd), and Luchi (Bengali fried flatbread).

The address of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052.

The last flight from Hubli to Kolkata route is IndiGo 6E7161 at 21:55 pm.

Kolkata is a fascinating city for its rich cultural heritage and colonial buildings. If you wish to properly explore the city, you have to spend at least five to six days.

The shortest flight time from Hubli to Kolkata is 5 hours 20 minutes, with a layover in Hyderabad.
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Airport Information

Kolkata Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052

Hubli Gokul Rd, Gandhi Nagar, Hubli, Karnataka 580030