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Kolkata to Srinagar Flights

Need to book Kolkata to Srinagar flights? Well, you are in the right place. Kolkata to Srinagar is a popular air route, and thousands of travellers fly on this route every year.

Whether it is a Kolkata to Srinagar flight or Srinagar to Kolkata flight, Adani One 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 One. One Simply type the origin and destination cities, along with your travel date and the number of passengers to check the flight availability, along with the price and time.

Around 19 flights are available from Kolkata to Srinagar every week, operated by SpiceJet, Vistara, Go First, and Air India. However, there are no direct flights, only connecting flights that service this route.

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Flights from Kolkata to Srinagar


About Srinagar Airport

Located 12 km away from the main city Srinagar is the Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, which serves Srinagar. It is owned by the Indian Air Force, and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) operates a civil enclave at the airport.

There is an integrated terminal that serves both domestic and international flights. The infrastructure is designed to prohibit snow from gathering on the roof.

You can reach Srinagar Airport by government buses, car rentals, taxis/cabs, and your own vehicles. At the airport, you can access various services like ATMs, information centres, food and beverage joints, restrooms, child care rooms, medical aid, lost & found, services for the differently-abled, telephone, and luggage carts.

About Srinagar

Known for its scenic beauty and picturesque mountains, Srinagar lies in the northernmost part of the country. Nestled in the Kashmir valley, along the gurgling Jhelum, Srinagar offers its tourists a world of choices. The city is known for its traditional houseboats, majestic lakes, snow-clad mountains, embroidered pashmina shawls, and native cuisine.

Srinagar is famously known as ‘Heaven on Earth’. There is a community of people who live on the lakes in their boathouses. The Shikaras are available to explore the famous Dal Lake and other top attractions. You can also enjoy authentic Kashmiri cuisine. The local dishes have nice aromatic flavours that are rich in spices. The city has something for everyone, and adventurous souls can trek to different regions and enjoy every bit of their trip.

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Aru valley

Aru Valley is among the loveliest places in Kashmir. Aru is a small village situated among green pastures and spectacular views, around 12 Km from Pahalgam. People prefer Aru Valley over Pahalgam because of the off-the-beaten-path destinations. With stunning landscapes, towering snow-capped Himalayan peaks in the background, and a mountain river flowing through it, Aru Valley is incredibly attractive. Aru Valley is a haven for individuals seeking peace, as it is less congested than Pahalgam. Aru Valley transforms into a winter wonderland with snow as far as the eye can see. This makes it an ideal location for skiing. There is a cost to enter Aru Wildlife Sanctuary, although there is no fauna. There are around 20 peaks, meadows, and alpine lakes around Aru Valley. People also enjoy trekking, hiking, photography, sightseeing, and horse riding here.

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Botanical Garden

Located in the heart of the city, the botanical garden in Chandigarh is famously known worldwide for preserving rare plants. The botanical garden is a delight for nature photographers as this place gives them enough options to be creative. The garden is spread over 176 acres of land. It's located 7.9 km away from the Chandigarh bus station and 26km from the Chandigarh airport. People from all over the globe visit the botanical garden to witness its beauty. Apart from plants and flowers, the place also houses rare birds such as hornbills, wood ducks, golden pheasants, etc. The garden is also famous for growing a wide variety of rare plants and developing an atmosphere for them. There are other tourist spots near the botanical garden, such as a hibiscus garden and a garden of fragrance which you can consider exploring. Also, if you’re coming with your child, this can be an opportunity for children to know more about nature and its wonders. Several schools also bring their students for educational tours.

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Dal Lake

Located at the foot of Mt Shridhara is the second-largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir. It is hailed as the ‘jewel in the crown of Kashmir’ for its incredible beauty. The floating gardens on the lake where lotuses blossom during July–August every year are a gorgeous sight.

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Pari Mahal

Pari Mahal is a seven-terraced garden dubbed the ‘Palace of Fairies’. Be enchanted by the gorgeous view from the top of the Zabarwan mountain range, overlooking the Srinagar city.

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Shalimar Bagh

It is the largest Mughal Garden in Srinagar, built by Mughal emperor Jahangir in 1619 for his wife, Noor Jahan. Built on 31 acres of land, the garden overlooks Dal Lake, thus offering a stunning view.

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Wular Lake

Wular Lake is among the largest freshwater lakes in Asia, covering 200 Km2. Wular Lake is a popular spot for boating and water sports, as well as a great place to see the sunset. Tectonic activity was responsible for the creation of this natural wonder. The lake’s size changes depending on the season; it can be a 30 Km2 pool or a 60 Km2 expanse. The lake used to be larger, but when willow plantations were created on its edge in the 1950s, most of its water was drained away. There are also numerous fish species, including common carp, pink barb, mosquitofish, and snow trout. A small artificial island named Zaina Lank is situated at the centre of Wular Lake.

Best Time to Visit Srinagar

It is pleasant throughout the year in Srinagar. The weather is cold with light winds. However, from April to October, the entire city is in bloom because of the spring season. It looks more beautiful and exquisite during this time, with temperatures between 6-23°C. No snowfall is witnessed during these times and thus, the connectivity to the main city is maintained. Therefore, you can plan your trip between April and October to witness Srinagar at its beautiful best.


About Kolkata Airport

Known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata Airport is located 17 km from the city. Kolkata Airport handles the air traffic for the eastern part of the country. Hence, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International airport is ranked the fifth-busiest airport in the country.

West Bengal has two international airports running at full capacity, the other one being Bagdogra airport. The NSCBI airport in Kolkata witnesses 20 million passengers annually. The airport offers several passenger amenities, including free Wi-Fi, restaurants, a food court, ATMs and currency exchange counters, souvenir and duty-free shops, baggage wrapping centres, first-aid, retiring rooms, etc.

Kolkata airport is located in Dum Dum and has a single integrated terminal, known as Terminal 2, that operates both domestic and international flights.

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About Kolkata

Calcutta was the capital of the East India Company from 1772 till 1911. Thus, it became one of the most important cities in India. Its strategic location made the city one of the most sought-after locations for the British. All of this compounded to make Kolkata the primary hotspot for business, and a key commercial and financial hub for eastern India. Located on the banks of the Hooghly River, the city is the main port of communication with North-East India.

Kolkata has many remnants of the grand colonial architecture, holding a mirror to its rich cultural past. The city is a pioneer in arts, culture, theatre, and literature. Some popular names that echo down the streets of Kolkata include Rabindranath Tagore, Mother Teresa, Amartya Sen, and Henry Louis Vivian Derozio, among others. Kolkata is an amalgamation of the east and the west, which comes together to form a unique identity for modern Kolkata.

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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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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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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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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.

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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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Frequently Asked Questions

Travel guidelines have been updated and may vary from state to state. Please check the official Directorate General of Civil Aviation’s official website to know state-wise Covid guidelines. Make sure you are aware of Covid guidelines before booking the tickets.

As per new DGCA guidelines, web check-in has been made mandatory. You are advised to select a seat during web check-in and complete your web check-in 48 hours before the journey. You can also check-in from the airport check-in counter, but it would be wise to do it beforehand to avoid crowding at the counter.

The baggage policy is different for each airline. Therefore, before coming to the airport, check with your respective airline’s baggage policy. By doing this, you can avoid paying extra at the check-in counters in case you exceed the baggage weight limit.

No, there is no airline that provides non-stop flights on the Kolkata to Srinagar route. You can get connecting flights via New Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, etc.

There is no issue spending the night inside the airport premises if you have a legitimate boarding pass.

Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirAsia, Go First, and Vistara are the major carriers operating flights between Kolkata and Srinagar.

Yes, you can pre-book your meal for your flight. The meal can be reserved on the same website that you have booked your tickets on.

Each airline has its own policy regarding food. Please check with the respective airline before boarding the flight.

No, if you are fully vaccinated, then you don’t need to take an RT-PCR test. However, download your vaccination certificate and keep it handy. In addition, you need to have the Aarogya Setu app installed on your phone.

The airport code for Kolkata Airport is CCU and the code for Srinagar Airport is SXR.

Around 19 flights take off from Kolkata to Srinagar every week, and all are connecting.

The minimum time to fly from Kolkata to Srinagar is 3 hours 45 minutes. It might vary with direct and indirect flights.
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Airport Information

Srinagar Indragandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Jammu and Kashmir 190007

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