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Mangaluru to Amritsar Flights

Mangaluru to Amritsar Flights

At present, there are four flights to travel from Mangaluru to Amritsar. The carriers operational on this route are IndiGo and Air India. The Mangalore International Airport is well connected to Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Visakhapatnam. International flights between Mangaluru and Amritsar fly to various Middle East locations such as Kuwait, Bahrain, Dubai, Muscat, and Abu Dhabi. Due to the ongoing pandemic, restrictions are imposed on the number of flights and routes for Mangaluru to Amritsar travel.

Flights from Mangaluru to Amritsar


About Amritsar Airport

Located at a distance of 11 Km from Amritsar city, Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport is one of the largest and busiest airports in Punjab. The airport got its name from Guru Ram Das, who was the fourth Sikh Guru. He was the one who founded Amritsar city. Skytrax had ranked Amritsar Airport as the sixth-best regional airport in India and South Asia. This ranking is applicable for 2019 and 2020. In addition, the Airports Council International awarded this airport as the best airport in Asia-Pacific in 2020. At present, over 200 commercial flights take off from Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport to various domestic and international locations. Domestic flights on this route fly to destinations such as Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Srinagar, and Delhi. International flights operate between Amritsar and the UK, Singapore, the UAE, and Qatar.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is the second-largest city in Punjab after Ludhiana. This place is historically known as Ramdaspur. The city of Amritsar is situated about 217 Km northwest of Chandigarh. The Indo-Pak border is 28 Km away from Amritsar city. It is known as the Wagah border. Harmandir Sahib, better known as The Golden Temple, is Sikhism’s most significant Gurudwara. The Golden temple is the highlight of Amritsar, which sees footfall throughout the year. The Government of India has chosen Amritsar as one of the heritage cities under the HRIDAY scheme. Furthermore, Amritsar is really popular for its wooden chess boards and chess pieces manufacturing industry. A well-known historical fact associated with Amritsar is that the Bhagwan Valmiki Tirath Sthal in the city is the Ashram site of Maharishi Valmiki, who had written the Ramayana.

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Akal Takht

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Durgiana Temple

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Jallianwala Bagh

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Partition Museum

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Wagah Border


About Mangaluru Airport

The airport, which serves the coastal city of Mangaluru, is the Mangalore International Airport. The Mangaluru airport, which is one of the two international airports in Karnataka, is also the second busiest airport in the state. A unique feature about this airport is that it is located on the top of a hill and is one of the first airports to have two tabletop runways. When the then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated this airport in 1951, it was named the Bajpe Aerodrome. Before being granted international status, it was a customs airport. There are many flights from Mangaluru to domestic cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, and Bengaluru. International flights also take off from Mangaluru to the Middle East.

About Mangaluru

Mangaluru is a port city in Karnataka. This is the only city in the state to have all four modes of transport, i.e., air, road, rail, and sea. As an administrative headquarters of the Dakshina Kannada district, Mangaluru is also a hub for industries, educational institutes, healthcare, and start-ups. The city of Mangaluru is known to be one of the locations of the Indian strategic petroleum reserves. On your visit to Mangaluru, rolling hills, coconut palms, and rivers will welcome you.

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Milagres Church

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Panambur Beach

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Ullal Beach

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, duty-free shops are available at the Mangaluru airport. You can choose from a wide range of global brands at these shops. You can explore the exclusive collection of cosmetics, chocolates, perfumes, liquor, and much more at these shops.

Yes, you can carry your own food on your flight from Mangaluru to Amritsar. However, the consistency of your food must be solid. Foods with liquid or semi-liquid consistency may not be allowed on the flight.

You can visit the website of the air carrier you have booked, to check the status of your Mangaluru to Amritsar flight. You will have to go to the flight status tab and enter details such as the travel date, departing and arrival destinations, flight number, and PNR, or booking reference number.

You can conveniently get your flight booking changed by visiting your booked carrier’s official website. You have to head to the ‘Change Flight’ tab and choose the flight that you want to change. You can then proceed to pick the preferred flight option, click on ‘Finish’, and your flight booking will be changed.

There are four connecting flights on the Mangaluru to Amritsar route. These flights are operated by IndiGo and Air India.

There are no direct flights between Mangaluru and Amritsar at present.

Four flights fly between Mangaluru and Amritsar. However, there is no flight between these two cities on a Saturday.

Rosario Cathedral Milagres Church New Mangalore Port Ullal Beach

The Mangaluru airport is known as the Mangalore International Airport, while the Amritsar airport is officially known as Sri Guru Ram Das Ji International Airport. The codes used by the Mangaluru and Amritsar airports are IXE and ATQ, respectively.

The minimum time to travel from Mangaluru to Amritsar on this route is 6 hours and 25 minutes.

The first flight leaves from Mangaluru at 10.30 am for Amritsar. It is an Air India flight (AI-9079).

There are an equal number of flights of IndiGo Airlines and Air India between Mangaluru and Amritsar. Specifically, each airline has two flights between these two destinations.

The last flight between Mangaluru and Amritsar is at 4.20 pm. It is an IndiGo flight (6E-5306).
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Airport Information

Amritsar Ajnala Rd, opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101

Mangaluru Mangaluru International Airport,Bajpe Main Rd, Kenjar HC, Mangaluru, Karnataka 574142