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Lucknow to Port Blair Flights

Lucknow to Port Blair Flights

The flight schedules from Lucknow to Port Blair are designed to accommodate both business and leisure travellers. There are presently 21 flights from Lucknow to Port Blair every week. Government buses and cabs frequently operate from the airport, so you can reach the city centre easily. You will find all the information you need on flights from Lucknow to Port Blair here.

Flights from Lucknow to Port Blair

Port Blair

About Port Blair Airport

The Port Blair Airport, is the principal airport of India's Andaman and the Nicobar Islands. It is known as Veer Savarkar International Airport and is located 2 km south of Port Blair. Originally known as "Port Blair Airport," it was renamed in 2002 to honour Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, who had spent ten years in the city's Cellular Jail. It functions as a civil enclave, sharing airside facilities with the Indian Navy's INS Utkrosh. Only one terminal, with two gates and no aerobridges, is available. Buses transport passengers from the terminal to the apron. During peak hours, it can handle 1,200 passengers (600 domestic and 600 international), with a total capacity of 5 million passengers per year. Cab services are readily available at the airport.

About Port Blair

Port Blair is the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a union territory of India, and is surrounded by beautiful green woods and palm-fringed beaches. This city acts as a port of entry to several islands. During World War II, Port Blair was seized by the Japanese and eventually restored to the British during Lord Mountbatten's tenure as Viceroy of India. The economy is boosted by fishing industries, mining industries and agriculture. Port Blair is an ideal holiday location with its tranquil beaches, swaying palm palms, intriguing history, delectable seafood, breathtaking vistas, brilliant blue ocean, abundant marine life, and stunning sunsets. Port Blair proves to be an excellent holiday spot for anyone, whether it's for family, friends, couples, or adventure seekers. The Andamanese are the indigenous people.


About Lucknow Airport

Lucknow's Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport is an international airport serving Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh's capital. It is located in the city's Amausi neighbourhood and was previously known as Amausi Airport. In 2008, it was renamed after India's fifth Prime Minister, Chaudhary Charan Singh. There are two operating terminals and one under development at the airport: The original terminal is designed to complement the style of Charbagh Railway Station. It has two immigration desks, two arrival gates, and three departure gates. The initial plan for Terminal 2 was to be used as an international terminal. However, it was designated as the domestic terminal due to increased domestic traffic, with Terminal 1 serving as the international terminal. The Lucknow Metro connects the airport to the city.

About Lucknow

Lucknow is Uttar Pradesh's heritage capital city. The city is known for its Islamic architecture, Mughlai cuisine, classical dance, music, poetry, adab (courtesy) culture, and the residents' great welcome. Lucknow, a thriving city brimming with unique cultural structures, ancient bazaars, parks, and needlework stores, is growing modestly. Lucknow's main geographical feature, the Gomti River, meanders through the city. Lucknow is a hub for aeronautics, automotive, machine tools, distillery chemicals, furniture, and Chikan embroidery. It is one of India's most prosperous cities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Flights from Lucknow to Port Blair are operating on schedule, but it is bst to check this with your airline beforehand.

There are three flights from Lucknow to Port Blair every day.

During check-in, an unaccompanied minor and their parent or guardian will be required to provide a valid ID.

No, that isn't necessary. However, we recommend that you pay a minimal insurance cost for the sake of safety.

Yes, you are allowed to bring your meals. It should, however, be well-wrapped.

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Lucknow Airport has the code LKO, whereas Port Blair Airport has the code IXZ.

The distance between Lucknow and Portblair is 2,093 km.

The last flight from Lucknow to Port Blair is IndiGo (6E 6528 + 320), departing at 10:55 pm.

The first flight from Lucknow to Portblair departs at 7:55 pm.

From Lucknow to Port Blair, top airlines are Go First and IndiGo.
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Airport Information

Lucknow Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, Amausi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226009

Lucknow Amausi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226009

Port Blair Veer Savarkar International Airport, 744103 (Andaman & Nicobar Islands)