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Hyderabad to Pathankot Flights

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Booking a Hyderabad to Pathankot flight has never been easier. Log on to the Adani One platform for quick flight booking solutions. The platform offers the easiest way to book a flight from Hyderabad to Pathankot. Get detailed information on all flights between Hyderabad and Pathankot at once and choose the most convenient option based on your schedule. All the major flight carriers are on the Adani One flight ticket booking platform. Do not forget to check for cash back, discounts, and offers to add to your ticket booking and enjoy the best offer on airfare. You can also get excellent offers and discounts if you book the Pathankot to Hyderabad return tickets.

Top domestic airlines like IndiGo, Go First, Air India, SpiceJet, Vistara, and others, provide excellent options for Hyderabad and Pathankot flights. There are no direct flights from Hyderabad to Pathankot, but you have several other options. You can take a direct flight from Hyderabad to Chandigarh of about 2 hours and 30 minutes and then take approximately a four-hour drive to Pathankot. An alternative is to take a flight from Hyderabad to Amritsar, which will take about 6 hours, with a layover in Delhi. You can then take a 2-hour drive via car or bus to Pathankot. Check the Hyderabad to Pathankot flight ticket price based on your schedule on the Adani One ticket booking platform, and book your flight by checking the airfare calendar.

Flights from Hyderabad to Pathankot


About Pathankot Airport

Pathankot Airport (IATA Code: IXP), also known as Civil Airport Pathankot, is located in Gurdaspur District, Punjab. This airfield belongs to the Indian Air Force (IAF). It is maintained by the Pathankot Airport Authority, delegated under the supervision and jurisdiction of the Airport Authority of India (AAI).

This airport became functional on 21 November 2006. The airport has a domestic terminal served only by Air India. The nearest international airport is Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, located in Amritsar (115 Km from Pathankot). The domestic airport is only 6 km away from Pathankot Railway Station.

The Pathankot airport can handle 300 passengers during arrival and departure. The parking space of this airport has a capacity of 80 vehicle spots. It is quickly becoming a big hub for the tourists willing to visit this city for business and pleasure.

This domestic airport has excellent services to offer to passengers. It offers baggage services to passengers for a smooth transition. There is a dedicated “lost and found” section for easy luggage retrieval. There are numerous stores serving food, snacks, beverages, magazines, medicines, etc., at the airport.

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About Pathankot

Pathankot, the sixth most-populous city in the state of Punjab, is the district headquarters of the Pathankot district. It is considered the gateway to Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, and Kashmir.

This beautiful city is located right at the foothills of Dalhousie and Kangra Hills. It has a remarkable past with immense significance in Indian history.

Pathankot is a resting place for tourists heading to Dalhousie, Chamba, Jammu & Kashmir, Dharamshala, Mcleodganj, Chintpurni, Jwalaji, etc. It is also a prominent city where students from nearby rural areas visit for higher education and professional courses.

Pathankot gets its name from Pathans, who came from Afghanistan and settled in this region in the mediaeval period.

The culture of Pathankot is a mixture of the cultures of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir since it is the meeting point of the three states. The culture of Pathankot reflects the traditions and richness of decorum. The Baisakhi fair, held for three days, draws crowds from across the country. Bhangra is the most popular dance performed by the people here.


About Hyderabad Airport

Hyderabad Airport (IATA Code: HYD) is an international airport. It is also known as Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. It is located in Shamshabad, 25 Km from Hyderabad. Terminal 1 handles the domestic flights and connects Hyderabad to all the important cities in India. Terminal 2 is an international terminal. The runway at this airport is one of the longest in Asia, at 4,260 metres. It has 96 check-in counters and 42 immigration counters. This airport offers many services to the passengers, such as baggage trolleys, wheelchairs for the disabled, and transport for senior citizens and differently-abled passengers. Passengers can also seek ‘lost and found’ services from the airport authority. There are shops and stalls within the premises offering food, snacks, magazines, accessories, etc. Passengers can also do duty-free shopping in designated shops inside the airport.

Hyderabad Airport
About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of Telangana and the largest city in the state. It is in the Deccan Plateau, beside the River Musi. The city has immense importance in South India for its culture, history, economy, and tourism. Most of its area is hilly and adorned with beautiful lakes.

It is called the city of Nizams and is also popularly known as the city of pearls. The Nizams, very infatuated with art and culture, gifted their begums (wives) with all kinds of pearls from every country they travelled to. Merchants flocked to Hyderabad due to this reason, and the pearl trade flourished. The historical importance of this city is magnificent. The history of this city dates back to 1591.

In modern times, Hyderabad has emerged as one of India's mega IT and education hubs. Hyderabad is also the original home of Koh-i-Noor, one of the most precious diamonds in the world. Mentioning Hyderabad without mentioning its delectable biryani is unthinkable. Foodies can find a wide variety of biryani at top eateries here. Due to its diverse cuisine and culture, Hyderabad is listed as the UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy.

The city has immense historical significance dating back to 1591. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah established the city of Hyderabad. In 1687, it was occupied by the Mughals. In 1724, Nizam Asaf Shah I, a prominent Mughal Viceroy, declared his reign and established the Asaf Jahi dynasty. The city continued to be the capital of Nizams until 1948.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can book flight tickets on Adani One platform. Connecting flights are available to Pathankot from Hyderabad to Chandigarh or Amritsar.

Offers vary from time to time. One can keep a watch and check the online platform continuously and avail of the best offers and discounts.

There are no direct flights from Hyderabad to Pathankot. A traveller must fly to Chandigarh or Amritsar from Hyderabad. Note that ticket fares are subject to change according to date, time and availability.

Yes. You can visit the airline’s website or contact customer service.

It usually is not required. But it is recommended for safety purposes.

Hyderabad airport is 24 km from Hyderabad. It takes about 30 minutes by road.

Commuting is comfortable and safe in Pathankot. One can reach the airport via Pathankot-Majra Road. Private and public transportation are available to get there from the city.

The nearest international airport in Pathankot is Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport, Amritsar (119 Km).

Pathankot Airport (IATA: IXP, ICAO: VIPK) is a regional and military airport located 3 Km from the nearest city, Pathankot. It is well connected to major cities like Delhi, Jammu and Dalhousie.

The nearest airport is Amritsar. Pathankot can be easily reached by flights from Delhi, Chandigarh and Amritsar.

Yes. It is a safe destination for one to travel to.

Winters are generally mild, with average temperatures between 0°C to 15°C. In summer, the temperatures are between 35°C and 45°C.

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is the only airport in Hyderabad that takes care of domestic operations.

GMR Group handles Hyderabad airport, and AAI manages Pathankot airport.