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Hyderabad to Pantnagar Flights

The easiest way to book Hyderabad to Pantnagar flights is through the Adani One platform. The simple, easy-to-navigate interface of the Adani One platform makes booking flights a hassle-free experience. Upon entering your source and destination city, and travel date, you will see a detailed airfare calendar. Choose the flight option most convenient to you, and also avail of discounts, special deals and cashback offers. Flights operated by all major domestic carriers, such as IndiGo, GoAir, Air India, SpiceJet, and AirAsia, are listed on the Adani One platform. You stand to get a better deal if you book a round trip.

There are no direct flights between Hyderabad and Pantnagar. However, there are at least five to six connecting flights between Hyderabad and Pantnagar every day. SpiceJet and IndiGo are the most active airlines on this route. Flights from Hyderabad to Pantnagar usually have short layovers at Dehradun, New Delhi and Lucknow airports. The shortest flight duration is 4h 30m.

Flights from Hyderabad to Pantnagar


About Pantnagar Airport

Pantnagar Airport (PGH) is a domestic airport situated in the Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand and serves the Kumaon region. The airport is situated less than 3 km away from the town of Pantnagar. Domestic carriers IndiGo and SpiceJet operate direct flights from Pantnagar to cities such as New Delhi, Lucknow, and Dehradun. Pantnagar Airport is the closest airport to reach tourist destinations such as Nainital, Bhimtal, Ranikhet, Almora, and Jim Corbett National Park.

The airport has one terminal and offers trolley and baggage services. There are a few shops and cafes within the airport premises. Taxis and buses are easily available from the airport to Pantnagar town.

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About Pantnagar

Pantnagar is a town in the Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand. It is known as the gateway to the Kumaon hills and tourist attractions such as Nainital, Mukteshwar, Jim Corbett National Park, Almora, Ramgarh, and Rudrapur. Pantnagar can be visited throughout the year. However, the best time to visit is between February and June, and from September to December.

Pantnagar is home to the GB Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, which is India's first agriculture university. It ranks among the largest educational campuses in the country. The city has recently come up as a prominent industrial hub of Uttarakhand. Companies such as Tata, Britannia, and Nestle have set up their units here.

Pantnagar is well connected to the rest of the country by flights, trains and road transport. It has an airport that connects the town and adjoining areas with a few destinations in North India. The nearest railway station is Haldwani, around 26 km away.

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Jim Corbett National Park

Spread over 1,318 sq km, Jim Corbett National Park is located at the Himalayan foothills, near Nainital. This national park offers a great chance to spot wild animals, including tigers, in their natural habitat. On the jeep safari, you will pass dense forests, streams, and waterfalls. The park is around 80 km away from Pantnagar airport.

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Bhimtal, near Nainital, is the perfect destination for a peaceful holiday. In contrast to the bustling city of Nainital, Bhimtal has some serene and picturesque sights. Visit the Bhimtal lake, explore the dense oak and pine forests, and spend time spotting a variety of butterflies and birds here. You can choose to stay in homestays or resorts when in Bhimtal. Pantnagar Airport is approximately 55 km away from Bhimtal. 

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Mukteshwar is located in Nainital district and is named after the ancient Mukteshwar Temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is a popular place to visit near Pantnagar due to its scenic natural beauty. Some of the attractions in Mukteshwar include Bhalu Gaad Waterfall and Chauli ki Jaali.

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Sattal is a group of seven interconnected freshwater lakes enveloped by dense oak forests. This scenic location serves as a vantage point to spot migratory birds and rare species of butterflies. A walk in the forest along the lake, boating, and a visit to the nearby butterfly museum are some of the things you can do in Sattal.  


About Hyderabad Airport

Hyderabad Airport (HYD), officially known as Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, is located around 26 km away from the city centre. The airport has a single integrated terminal for both domestic and international flights. The airport is well-connected to many cities within India and to a few prominent destinations outside the country. Airlines such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, and AirAsia operate flights from and to Hyderabad Airport.

Baggage and trolley services, and wheelchair assistance are offered at the airport. Hyderabad Airport has facilities such as lounges, restaurants, child-care rooms, duty-free shops, ATMs, and currency exchange kiosks. Car rental and taxi services can be availed outside the airport.

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About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is a 400-year-old metropolis situated on the banks of the Musi river. It serves as the capital of Telangana. Hyderabad was established in 1591 by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. Today, it is known by names like ‘Pearl City’ and ‘City of Nawabs’, among others.

Hyderabad has a range of tourist attractions, from museums, stunning heritage structures, and lakes to delectable foods and shopping avenues. Like many other Indian cities, Hyderabad has a tropical climate. So, the best time to visit the city is during the winter season, from October to February.

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Birla Mandir 

The Birla Mandir in Hyderabad is located on top of Kala Pahad and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The temple architecture exhibits a mix of Oriya and South Indian styles. The temple was built in 1976 using white marble brought in from Rajasthan.

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Built in 1591 by Mohammed Quli Qutb Shah, the Charminar is the most popular monument in Hyderabad. This beautifully built structure, comprising four minarets featuring intricate carvings, stands out amidst the packed and bustling Laad Bazaar.

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Golconda Fort 

Golconda Fort, located 11 km away from the city of Hyderabad, was originally built in 1143 as a mud fort on a hilltop. Today, the fort comprises ruins of palaces, mosques and a hilltop pavilion. This architectural marvel should be on your list of places to visit in Hyderabad. The sound and light show held here must not be missed.

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Hussain Sagar Lake 

Hussain Sagar Lake is one of the artificial lakes of Hyderabad, which has a 16m-tall monolithic Buddha statue right in the middle. It is a popular place among the locals as well as tourists. You can go on a boat ride and enjoy water sports at the lake, too.

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Mecca Masjid 

Mecca Masjid is one of the oldest mosques in the city, and is well-known for its architectural richness. The mosque is located very close to Charminar in the old city. Built by the Quli dynasty, it has the capacity to accommodate 10,000 people at any given time.

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Ramoji Film City 

One of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Hyderabad is the Ramoji Film City. Its sheer scale and grandeur will enchant you. Apart from going on the film city tour and seeing iconic film sets that were created here, you can also spend a day at the amusement park, and take part in activities like zorbing and paintball.

Frequently Asked Questions

Hyderabad is famous for its iconic monuments such as the Charminar, its rich history, vibrant culture, and delectable cuisine. It is a fabulous shopping destination, too.

Yes, Hyderabad Airport is an international airport. It is called Rajiv Gandhi International Airport.

Around five to six flights operate every day from Hyderabad to Pantnagar.

You can go for boat rides, treks, nature walks, and shopping in Nainital.

The GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology is India's first agriculture university and has one of the largest campuses in the country.

Pantnagar Airport in Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region is the closest airport to Nainital. The airport is around 60 km away from Nainital.

Pantnagar Airport is the closest airport to Jim Corbett National Park, located around 80 km away.

The IATA code for Hyderabad Airport is HYD.

Mukteshwar is around 90 km away from Pantnagar airport. The best way to reach Mukteshwar would be to take a taxi. The road journey should take you approximately three hours.

Airlines such as Air India, GoAir, AirAsia, IndiGo, and SpiceJet operate flights from Hyderabad Airport.

The shortest flight from Hyderabad to Pantnagar takes 4 hours and 30 minutes.

The summer season, between March to June, is considered to be the best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park, as the chances of sighting wild animals are high during this time.

Mukteshwar, Naukuchiatal, Nainital, Almora, and Ranikhet are some hill stations you can visit near Pantnagar.

The IATA code for Pantnagar Airport is PGH.

Pantnagar airport is around 140 km from Binsar. The road journey could take close to five hours.