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Kolkata to Bengaluru Flights

Need to book Kolkata to Bangalore flights? Well, you are in the right place. The Kolkata to Bangalore air route is one of the busiest in India, as millions of travellers fly on this route yearly. Moreover, booking flight tickets has become relatively easy, as travellers can now book their tickets from their desktop or mobile device.

Whether a Kolkata to Bangalore flight or Bangalore to Kolkata flight, Adani will display the detailed flight schedule for the next two to three months, from which you can choose the most profitable deal. It is quite easy to book flight tickets on Adani. Simply type the origin and destination cities, along with your travel date and the number of passengers, to check the flight availability, price, and time.

IndiGo operates approximately 130 flights from Kolkata to Bangalore every week. AirAsia, Air India, Go First, Vistara, and SpiceJet are the few other airlines operating flights on this route. Adani will display the list of the cheapest flights to help you get the lowest airfare. Complete your Kolkata to Bangalore flight booking on Adani today!

Flights from Kolkata to Bengaluru

Bangalore

Bengaluru
About Bengaluru Airport

Kempegowda International Airport, fondly known as Bangalore International Airport, is an international airport serving the city of Bengaluru in Karnataka. Located in Southern India, it is located about 30 km from the city centre. Spread over 4,000 acres, the airport is owned and managed by Bengaluru International Airport Limited (BIAL).

The Bangalore Airport opened its doors to the public in May 2008. It is named after the founder of Bangalore – Kempe Gowda I. The airport became the first airport in Karnataka to be fully powered by solar energy. In terms of passenger traffic, Bangalore airport is the third busiest airport in the country. It is also the 29th busiest airport in Asia. It served 10.91 million passengers last year with over 310 aircraft movements every day.

The airport has one passenger terminal handling both international and domestic air traffic, along with two runways. The second terminal is currently under construction. The airport is a hub for Alliance Air, IndiGo, Go First, AirAsia India, DHL Aviation, and Star Air. The airport was awarded the best airport in Asia Pacific by Airports Council International in the year 2020.

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All airlines have security guidelines specifically for your baggage. These include what to carry, packing tips, and more such information. Please follow these guidelines while packing to avoid any delays. You can drop off your check-in baggage at the airline counters.

Baggage allowance varies depending on the airline as well as the destination. For example, baggage allowance to the US, on most airlines, is higher than other destinations. Similarly, restrictions on liquids and food items vary as well. On most international flights, the standard baggage allowance per passenger is 20 – 30 kg depending on the airline. Similarly, the standard baggage allowance for domestic flights is between 15-20 kg per passenger, depending on the airline. Make sure to check the guidelines with your airline before travelling.

Hand Baggage

One hand bag up to 7 kg and 115 cm (L+W+H) shall be allowed per customer. For safety reasons, your handbag is to be placed under the seat in front or in the overhead bin. Dimensions - 55cm x 35cm x 25cm. Additionally, you are allowed to carry an additional personal article including a small laptop bag or a ladies’ purse (not weighing over 3 kg).

Things to Keep in Mind for a Hassle-Free Flying Experience
  • Ensure to carry all the necessary documents required for your travel such as your passport, visa, tickets, and boarding pass.
  • Ensure that you read and abide by all the baggage guidelines of the airline you are travelling with.
  • Make sure to reach the Airport at least 3 - 4 hours before your scheduled departure in case of international flights.
  • Some countries require you to carry local currency. Make sure to read the destination country’s policies and make the necessary arrangements.
  • Upon your arrival at the airport, make sure all your documents are kept ready before reaching the immigration hall.
  • Do not carry any items that are prohibited or dangerous.
  • Put all the carry-on liquids in 100 ml or smaller containers.
  • Be aware of the contents of all your baggage.
  • Keep all your medication, important documents, cash and valuable items in your hand baggage. Carry medical prescription if required.
  • Keep your laptop, spare lithium batteries, power banks etc. easily accessible as they would need to be removed during security screening. Remember not to put them in your check-in baggage.
  • Generally, be aware of any suspicious activity or objects around you. Alert the airport security if need be.
About Bengaluru

Bangalore, officially named Bengaluru, is the capital city of the state of Karnataka. It is the fastest-growing metropolis in the country as well as the 4th biggest contributors to the GDP. Popularly called the ‘Silicon Valley of India’, it is the major IT hub of India. It is home to the headquarters of various IT moguls including Infosys and Wipro.

Today Bangalore is a thriving cosmopolitan city with pleasant climate throughout the year. It houses numerous shopping malls, cafes, and restaurants serving cuisines from around the country and the world. The city depicts an upscale and luxurious lifestyle and boasts numerous hotspots such as the Bangalore Palace, Innovative Film City, Bannerghatta National Park, Cubbon Park, and Lal Bagh.

Bangalore also houses various notable institutions such as Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), Defense Research & Development Organization (DRDO), National Aeronautics Laboratory (NAL), Indian Institute of Science (IIS), National Law School, and Indian Institute of Management (IIMB).

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Avalabetta

Located at one of the minor hills of the Deccan plateau, the Avalabetta is a fast emerging tourist destination in Karnataka and is situated at Yerramaranahalli, around 70 Km from Bangalore Airport. It is among the few trekking spots on the outskirts of Bangalore and is a fairly relaxed trek of 30 minutes to the top. The greatest crowd puller here is the Beak Rock, a cliff that is an unsupported rock formation that extends out from the hill. The site is also home to the Lakshmi Narasimha Temple and the Hilltop Pond. Apart from the many photo opportunities at the Beak Rock, the picturesque sunrise here is definitely not one to be missed out on for those looking for a quiet getaway from the city. The best months to visit would be during October and November when the weather is pleasant, and mornings, especially on weekdays, would be a good time to visit the place without the crowd that comes in on weekends.

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Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace is located in an area owned by Rev. J. Garrett. The royal property is famously known for its intricate architectural designs and hailed as the epitome of excellence and beauty. It is one of the major attractions of Bangalore, Karnataka, which attracts thousands of tourists every year. Apart from being a tourist destination, the palace hosts a wide range of cultural activities, marriages, and rock shows that locals enjoy. The Bangalore Palace, consisting of a fairytale ballroom, granite seats with fluorescent blue ceramic tiles, the most famous paintings of the renowned painter Raja Ravi Varma, a Durbar Hall, and vine-covered walls, is truly an experience in itself. Near Bangalore Palace, there are multiple stay options, so if you’re planning to visit Bangalore with friends or family, a visit to the Bangalore Palace will add to the overall experience.

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Skandagiri

Skandagiri, popularly known as Kalavara Durga, is a popular ancient mountain fortress which is situated around 60 km from Bangalore and 3 km from Chikballapur in Karnataka. The hill is at an elevation of 1450 metres. The place is an ideal weekend getaway, especially if you’re someone who loves to spend time in nature while indulging in adventurous activities. The place is one of the few trekking spots where people can enjoy the beautiful mountains, lush green gardens, and have plenty of sightseeing opportunities. The fairly moderate difficulty level trek to the top provides you with unparalleled views of the landscape, a sight that is especially beautiful during sunrise. During winters it is quite the sight to behold as you would be looking out from above the clouds. Treks are usually organised a couple of hours before sunrise. The trek itself is around 10 Km, though the terrain is fairly non-treacherous. At the top sits a beautiful Shiva temple. The site is open for visits throughout the year but is best visited during the early onset of winter.

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UlsoorLake

Located in Bangalore, Ulsoor Lake is one of the most prominent lakes in Bangalore, Karnataka. The lake is spread over 123 acres and surrounded by lush green gardens. Over the years, the lake has become the natural habitat of more than 150 species, housing hundreds of local and migratory birds and providing a sustainable living habitat to various aquatic animals. Today, Ulsoor Lake is known as one of the most popular hangout places for locals as well as tourists. The lake is located within a radius of 3 Km of several prominent tourist hubs such as Brigade Road, MG Road, Shivaji Nagar, and Commercial Street. Every year, those visiting Ulsoor Lake witness the Ganesh Chaturthi festival celebrations. Devotees here throng in large numbers to immerse Lord Ganesh's idol. If you’re someone wanting to witness natural beauty at its peak, visit Ulsoor Lake in Bangalore, India.

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Lal Bagh Palace

Lalbagh Botanical Garden is a royal garden located in Bangalore. It is known in national as well international circles as one of India’s best centres for botanical artwork, conservation of plants, and scientific study of plants. The place is considered heaven for all nature lovers. The garden is spread over an area of 240 acres and features more than 1,854 species of plants. Its construction started in 1760 under the rule of Hyder Ali and ended under Tipu Sultan. The garden is famously known for preserving rare plants of Persian, French, and Afghani origin. Lalbagh Botanical Garden is also a delight for nature photographers. People from all over the country and the globe visit Lalbagh Botanical Garden to view its beauty. Apart from plants and flowers, the place also houses rare birds such as parakeets, the common egret, mynas, crows, pond herons, kites, and purple moorhens.

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ISKCON Temple

The temple complex is not only a place of worship but also an ecosystem of sustainable living. Be sure to join the devotees for lunch in the temple compound.

Best Time to Visit Bengaluru

The best time to take a trip to the city of Bangalore is between the months of October and February. During this time, the city experiences the winter season and temperatures around 15°C. Even during the summer months, the climate remains pleasant with temperatures ranging from 27 to 35°C. Even during the monsoon, Bangalore witnesses light rain and enjoyable temperatures. Therefore, Bangalore is suitable to visit all year-round.

Kolkata

Kolkata
About Kolkata Airport

The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata is an international airport serving the metropolitan area of Kolkata in West Bengal. This airport serves as the aviation hub for both eastern and northeastern part of the country. Located at a distance of 15 km from the city centre, it is locally known as Dum Dum Airport and Kolkata Airport as well. In the year 1995, it was renamed Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport after one of the most prominent leaders of the Independence movement in India.

Kolkata airport opened its doors in the year 1924, making it one of the oldest airports in the country. Spread over 1,641 acres of land, it is one of the largest airports in Eastern India. It handles over 20 million passengers every year. Thus, it is the 5th busiest airport in the country in terms of airport traffic.

Kolkata airport is the primary hub for flights going to North-east India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, and countries in Southeast Asia and Middle East like Doha, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. The airport won the award for being the Best Improved Airport by Airport Council International.

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About Kolkata

The capital city of West Bengal, Kolkata, is the cultural capital of India. Located on the eastern coast of India bordering the Bay of Bengal, it offers a mesmerising blend of elegant yet crumbling British era architecture. The city is filled with numerous graceful gardens, giant civic monuments, crowded markets, and gorgeous temples.

The city of Kolkata is a major hub for spirituality, literature, cinema, and music in the country. It is the hometown of renowned national poet Rabindranath Tagore, sitar maestro Ravi Shankar, legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray, and Guru Ramakrishna.

Formerly known as Calcutta, the city served as the capital of British India, but was later changed to Delhi. It was later renamed Kolkata in the year 2001. Located along the Hoogly river, it connects to the city of Howrah through the iconic Howrah Bridge. The architecture of the city clearly depicts the city’s colonial past. Iconic landmarks such as Victoria Memorial Hall and Raj Bhawan are few examples of British architecture. Today, the city is known for its grand Durga Puja celebrations.

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Dakshineswar

Located on the banks of the Hooghly River, the Dakshineswar Kali Temple is a famous Hindu temple situated in Dakshineswar, a suburb on the banks of Ganga near the city of Kolkata. It was built in the year 1855 by Rani Rashmoni of Bengal. The temple is popularly known for its association with Ramakrishna Paramhans and Ma Sarada Devi, two famous 19th-century mystics whose disciples included Swami Vivekananda. It is constructed in the nine spires style or the Navratna style of Bengal architecture. The Kalighat temple is another well-known place of pilgrimage situated in the heart of Kolkata. Since it was built and opened much before independence, the temple's architecture holds a historical touch as well. Kalighat is also famous among pilgrims because it is considered a Shakti Peetha, one of the 51 locations where it is believed that Goddess Sati’s body parts had fallen. The best time to visit these two popular spots of pilgrimage in and near Kolkata is during winter, when the weather in the city is pleasant.

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Eden Garden

Eden Garden is no less than a pilgrimage for Indian cricket lovers. It is also called "The Lords of Indian Subcontinent". With a seating capacity of 68,000, the stadium is one of the largest cricket stadiums in the world. Visitors can enter the stadium after obtaining a permit from the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) or during the match with a ticket.

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Park Street

Park Street is one of the major access routes in Kolkata. The street starts from the very famous Chowringhee Road and stretches till the Park Circus crossing. This street seems to be perpetually crowded and buzzing with activity. Park Street offers ample opportunities to grab delicious snacks, indulge in shopping, and sip on drinks. Some of the most iconic restaurants such as Mocambo, Peter Cat, Waldorf, and Oasis are located here. Park Street is beautifully decorated using lights, colours, and other decorative items during festivities such as Diwali, Christmas, and New Year's Eve. If you're someone who wants to experience the life of locals and live like one of them, a visit to Park Street can do it all at one go. There are several prominent landmarks on the street such as The Park Hotel, Asiatic Society, and St. Xavier's School.

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Howrah Bridge

The Howrah Bridge is one of the most magnificent landmarks of Kolkata, India. It was not very famous back in the days when it was commissioned; however, over the years, it has evolved into a major tourist destination spot, managing to impress millions of visitors every year. The sunset and sunrise views from the Howrah Bridge are an experience in itself. The bridge handles more than 27,400 vehicles and 12,100 pedestrians every day. It can carry the weight of 60,000 vehicles. The picturesque view of the bridge, especially at night, draws a lot of crowds. So, if you're a photography enthusiast, amazing clicks of the Howrah Bridge are best captured during the winter months or the monsoon season.

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Science City

The largest such facility in the Indian subcontinent, the Science City, was inaugurated on July 1, 1997. It is located in Kolkata and is managed by the Ministry of Culture, National Council of Science Museums (NCSM), Government of India. Over the years, the place has evolved as a major tourist attraction among India's people and international travellers. Science city is not only a popular place among students and those who visit the place for educational purposes, it is a great experience for people from age groups. The major attractions involve the butterfly nursery, 3D theatre, and musical fountain. The entry ticket for each person is Rs 60. The entry ticket to the space theatre and dark ride is Rs 80 and 40, respectively. The best time to visit the place is during winters. During your visit to the Science City, you also get the chance to know about the latest as well as historical experiments and innovations in the field of science. Several schools and colleges also plan educational trips to Science City.

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St. Paul’s Cathedral

When in Kolkata, a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral becomes a cultural imperative. This is on account of its intricate architecture as well as its existence as an architectural marvel of colonial times. The magnificent St. Paul’s Cathedral is painted in white and appears dreamlike when looked at from a distance. It has undergone several renovations but its beauty remains intact. The architectural design of St. Paul’s Cathedral is inspired by the Indo-Gothic style. The bricks that were used to build this structure were light in weight yet extremely durable. The building’s exterior is coated with fine lime and stucco. You can sit here and experience peace even in the midst of the hustle-bustle of the city.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are more than 30 flights from Kolkata to Bangalore every day.

IndiGo operates the maximum number of flights from Kolkata to Bangalore.

The first flight leaves Kolkata Airport to reach Bangalore at 4.40 am.

The last flight for Kolkata to Bangalore travel is at 11.55 pm, operated by IndiGo.

Kolkata Airport – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU)

Bangalore Airport – Kempegowda International Airport (BLR)

The minimum time to fly from Kolkata to Bangalore is 2 hour 25 minutes.

There are around 17 direct flights available for travel between Kolkata and Bangalore operated by Air Asia, IndiGo, Go First, Air India, and SpiceJet.

There are 20 connecting flights available for travel from Kolkata to Bangalore.

All passengers arriving at Kolkata Airport are eligible for duty- free liquor allowance. You can buy up to two litres of wine or any alcoholic beverages of your choice.

Passengers carrying goods beyond the permissible limits need to proceed towards the Red Channel to declare their goods to Customs.

Though it is not necessary, it is advisable that you pay a small amount to get insurance for safety purposes.
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