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Lucknow to Rajahmundry flights

Lucknow to Rajahmundry flights

There are approximately 14 flights from Lucknow to Rajahmundry in a week. However, there are no direct flights on this route, and if you wish to go from Lucknow to Rajahmundry, you have to travel by connecting flights only. All the relevant information regarding flights from Lucknow to Rajahmundry will be provided in this guide.

Flights from Lucknow to Rajahmundry


About Rajahmundry Airport

Rajahmundry Airport (RJA ) is in the city of Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh. It is a domestic airport that connects Rajahmundry to several major cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, etc. It is around 14.1 km northeast of Kovvur and about 12.5 km north of Rajahmundry. The airport has one terminal and three boarding gates that serve several major domestic carriers daily. Rajahmundry Airport offers several facilities like free Wi-Fi, wheelchairs, medical assistance, taxi services, etc.

About Rajahmundry

Located on the eastern bank of the Godavari River, Rajahmundry is a city in Andhra Pradesh. It is commonly known as Rajamahendri and is a poets' and artists' haven. The city has earned the reputation of being a cultural powerhouse. Historians consider it one of the oldest Indian cities, and it is also called the origin point of Telugu, the state's official language. The city has many historic temples and scenic locations to offer to travellers. Textile, paper, tobacco industries, and agriculture have contributed to Rajahmundry's economic success. It is also an educational hub in the state. Besides temples, the city is house to several ancient monuments as well.


About Lucknow Airport

Lucknow Airport is officially called Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. Previously, it was known as Amausi Airport. It was renamed in 2008 after India's fifth Prime Minister, Chaudhary Charan Singh. There are two terminals at the airport, and a third terminal is still being constructed. The first terminal caters to international flights and has three departing gates, two arrival gates, and two immigration counters. The second terminal serves domestic carriers. The airport is located in the heart of the city and is easily accessible by car, bus, or metro. Baggage transport facility, Wi-Fi, wheelchairs, business lounges, child care room, restroom, and snack bars are a few notable facilities available at the airport. Several major airlines like Air India, IndiGo, Go First, and Vistara operate from the Lucknow airport daily.

About Lucknow

Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, welcomes travellers with a comforting note of "Muskuraiye, kyon ki aap Lucknow mein hain". It is situated on the banks of the river Gomti and is India's 14th most populous city. It has long been a heterogeneous city. The capital of Uttar Pradesh brilliantly blends the luxury of a sparkling past with the simplicity of contemporary culture. It has several things to exhibit to travellers, from rich colonial heritage to modernised museums. The city is a hub of administration, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, education, commerce, aerospace, tourism, music, and poetry. It is also famous for its textiles and handicrafts. Its chikankari, zari, zardozi, kamdani, and gota needlework are world-famous. The city is divided into 'Old Lucknow' and 'New Lucknow'. The Old Lucknow is famous for its authentic kebab and biryani restaurants, lakhnavi chikan market, and wholesale jewellery stores. New Lucknow is a multicultural melting pot with large streets, malls, and parks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Usually, airlines allow passengers to carry their food on the aircraft. However, it is best to confirm with your airline before travelling.

No, it is not mandatory to obtain the boarding pass in advance because you can also get it at the airport. However, it is always a good idea to do it online beforehand.

You can visit the official website of your airline or call their customer care representative to check your booking status.

3 to 4 days are enough to explore Lucknow.

There are no direct flights from Lucknow to Rajahmundry.

There are around 14 flights from Lucknow to Rajahmundry in a week.

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The name of the Lucknow airport is Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, and its code is LKO. The name of the Rajahmundry airport is Rajahmundry Airport, and its code is RJA.

The minimum time required to fly from Lucknow to Rajahmundry is 7h 45m.

The first flight from Lucknow to Rajahmundry, IndiGo 6E-523, departs at 6:15 am.

The last flight from Lucknow to Rajahmundry, IndiGo 6E-325, departs at 8:50 am.

Indigo operates maximum flights between Lucknow and Rajahmundry.
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Airport Information

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

Lucknow Amausi, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 226009

Rajahmundry Madhurapudi, Andhra Pradesh 533103