There are no flights available between Lucknow and Muzaffarpur. However, the closest airport to Muzaffarpur is located in Patna. Since there are around 131 Lucknow to Patna flights in a week, both direct and connecting, one can easily book a flight on this route. After arriving at Patna, you can take a car, bus, or train to reach Muzaffarpur.
The official name of the Patna airport is Jay Prakash Narayan Airport. The airport is the ninth busiest airport within India and is named after an independence activist, Jayprakash Narayan. Currently, the airport is going through infrastructural expansion. There are many auto-rickshaws and taxis that connect the airport to the city of Patna. The runway of the airport is around 7,000 feet. The airport has 3 terminals, out of which Terminal 2 is not currently functional. Terminals 1 and 3 are used for domestic passengers and cargo and private Jets, respectively. The airport has 10 check-in counters and provides services such as free trolleys, pre-paid taxis, and wheelchairs. From the airport, you can take any kind of vehicle, i.e, bus, car, etc., and travel to Muzaffarpur. It takes around 2 hours to reach Muzaffarpur from the airport. Free trolleys, baggage wrapping, flight insurance counters, ATMs, cash machines, currency exchange, post office, newspaper/magazine vending machines, smoking rooms, and many other services are offered at the airport.
Muzaffarpur is a city that is located in the district of Muzaffarpur in the region of Tirhut, Bihar. The city was founded in the 18th century by Muzaffar Khan, and it was named after him as well. Identified as the fourth most popular city within Bihar, this city serves as the Tirhut division headquarters. The city is famous because of its delicious shahi lychees and has thus gained the name of ‘Lychee Kingdom’. The Baba Garib Sthan Mandir is a famous tourist attraction in the city. Maithili and Baijjika are the vernacular languages of the city.
The official name of the Lucknow airport is Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. The airport was first established in 1986 and located in the Amausi region of Lucknow. It was called the Amausi Airport up to 2008, till the airport was renamed after Chaudhary Charan Singh, who was the fifth Prime Minister of India. The airport has two operating terminals and one additional terminal that is under construction. It offers basic facilities such as Wi-Fi, baby care, medical assistance, cargo, and ATMs. Lucknow Metro connects the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport to Lucknow city.
Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh. With a population of 2.8 million, the city ranks 11th in the list of the most populous cities in India. Lucknow is a city that has various cultures and religious influences and has preserved its civics, culture, and art through the years. It is additionally identified as the ‘City of Nawabs’ and is located on the northwestern shore of Gomti River. The city of Lucknow has many tourist attractions, which include the Grand Husainabad Clock, Rumi Darwaza, Bhool Bhulaiya, Hazratganj, among various other places of historical significance. The city has a prosperous cultural heritage and outstanding Awadhi and Mughlai delicacies to offer to its visitors. The weather of Lucknow ranges between 25°C and 42°C on an average.