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Mysore to Chandigarh Flights

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If you are looking to book Mysore to Chandigarh flight tickets without a hassle, you can head straight to Adani One. Adani One’s flight ticket booking platform offers a seamless experience to the customers. You will be able to see everything on one platform, making your search easier. Adani Oneallows you to check the flight timings, duration, stopovers, prices, and other important details. You can check the airfare calendar to book a Mysore to Chandigarh flight in advance to avoid the last-minute rush.

As of now, there are no direct flights on the Mysore to Chandigarh flight route. The nearest major airport is 185 km away, the Bangalore airport, and passengers can board a flight to Chandigarh from there. Mysore is well-connected to Bangalore by both road and rail. Adani One displays the list of flights available for a given date, so all you have to do is scroll and compare the Bangalore to Chandigarh flight fares to grab the best deals. While booking a flight, make sure to check out all the discounts and offers available on the ticket. There are three direct flights and around 70 connecting flights from Bangalore to Chandigarh.

Flights from Mysore to Chandigarh


About Chandigarh Airport

The new Chandigarh International Airport, also known as the Mohali Airport, was completed in 2015. The IATA code of the airport is IXC. The new airport operates both international and domestic flights and serves the union territory of Chandigarh along with the states of Punjab and Haryana. The Airports Authority of India jointly owns the airport with the governments of Punjab and Haryana. Chandigarh International Airport Limited or CHIAL manages it.

The airport connects almost all major cities throughout the country with regular flights. The airport is serviced by six major domestic carriers and connects the city to 17 locations within the country. The major airlines that service the airport include Air India, Indigo, Air India Express, Alliance Air, Go First, and Vistara.

The airport offers a very friendly and supportive environment to the passengers, with a range of amenities like duty-free shops, restaurants, air-conditioned lounges, Wi-Fi, automated parking for 500 cars, etc. The two terminals of the airport are connected by an underground tunnel passing below the runway.

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About Chandigarh

Chandigarh is the first of its kind city in India, with well-planned roads, modern architecture, lots of greenery, and rich heritage. The city was planned by the famous Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier. The construction of the city began in the early 1950s and was almost completed by the early 1960s. Wedged between the northern states of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh was declared the shared capital of both the states in 1966. The city's skyline is marked by the jagged edges of the Shivalik Hills, on top of which is the Chandi Temple from which the city derives its name.

The government buildings and offices are all located in the city's northern part. In contrast, the industrial sector is situated to the southeast, with the residential areas separated by a stretch of greenery. As per the 2018 Swachh Bharat Survey, Chandigarh was the third-cleanest city in the country. While it is an ideal place to live, Chandigarh is also a great tourist destination as it boasts of museums, parks, and art galleries.

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Chattbir Zoo

The Mahendra Chaudhary Zoological Park or the Chattbir Zoo is home to a wide variety of animals, reptiles, and birds. The zoo is spread across 202 acres and provides an open enclosure for the animals, closer to their natural environment.

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International Dolls Museum

It is a place that both children and adults would thoroughly enjoy. It is where you will get to see an impressive collection of a variety of dolls and marionettes brought back from different countries. Besides the fascinating Indian dolls, dolls from countries like Spain, Denmark, Netherlands, Russia, and Korea decorate the showcases of the museum.

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Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden is a popular tourist attraction in Chandigarh's Sector 31. The garden was built in two interconnected phases and includes waterfalls, pagoda towers, meditation centres, a buddha idol, and other installations. The tunnel that connects the two phases of the garden also showcases beautiful Japanese paintings.

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Rock Garden

Recycled industrial and home waste was used to build this garden. It is an expansive open-air exhibition area where distinctive pieces of art are displayed for the visitors. This garden was designed by Nek Chand, Chandigarh's former road inspector. The garden has three phases with differently-themed installations and works of art.

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Rose Garden

Also known as Zakir Hussain Rose Garden, this beautifully tended garden showcases 825 exquisite varieties of flower plants and another 32,500 types of trees and medicinal plants. The garden houses 1,600 different varieties of roses.

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Sukhna Lake

The Sukhna Lake is an artificial water body built in 1958 from the seasonal Sukhna Choe (stream) that flows from the Shivalik Hills. It is spread across 3 km sq. and forms a major tourist attraction in Chandigarh. It serves as the perfect getaway for joggers and morning walkers.


About Mysore Airport

Mysore Airport (IATA: MYQ), also known as Mandakalli Airport, is situated 12 km away from Mysore city. The airport is owned and managed by the Airports Authority of India. The runway of the Mysore Airport was built in 1948 and has been in operation since. Currently, the airport has one domestic terminal that has regular flights to cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Kochi, Goa, Hyderabad, etc.

Indigo, SpiceJet, Alliance Air, and TrueJet are some of the major Airlines that service the airport. The airport's passenger terminal can accommodate 200 passengers at a time.

Passengers will enjoy a host of facilities at the Mysore Airport, including luggage trolleys, baggage services, wheelchair assistance, and medical services. Also, passengers can relax at the cafes and snack corners at the airport. It also offers duty-free shopping for the passengers. Bangalore International Airport is the nearest major airport to Mysore Airport.

About Mysore

Mysore or Mysuru is a major tourist destination in Karnataka that welcomes thousands of tourists every year. It is known for its several beautiful heritage structures and palaces, especially the Mysore Palace. Mysore takes great pride in its beautiful lakes, waterfalls, and gardens. However, Mysore attracts most of its tourists simply because of its long and rich history.

According to legend, the town was once ruled by the mighty buffalo-headed king Mahishasura. The name Mysore is an altered version of the word 'Mysooru', derived from the Kannada word 'Mahishasurana Ooru', meaning the town of Mahishasura. According to a Puranic tale, Devi Parvathi took the form of Chamundeshwari in response to the prayers of the Gods and Goddesses to deliver them from the wrath of the demon-king and killed him on top of the Chamundi Hills. So, the city of Mysore is situated near the Chamundi hills.

Also known as the 'City of Palaces,' Mysore remained under the rule of Maharaja HH Jaya Chamaraja Wadiyar until 1950 when it became a part of the Indian Republic. In the late eighteenth century, Mysore was famously ruled by Hyder Ali and his son Tipu Sultan.

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Brindavan Gardens

It is a beautiful garden located around 19 km from Mysore city. Brindavan Gardens was built in 1932 across the Kaveri River, and has remained a popular tourist attraction since. The musical fountains light up in the evening, creating a spectacle for the visitors.  

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St. Philomena's Church

The church was built in 1804 to pay homage to St. Philomena, a martyred Roman Catholic Saint. The church is the second-tallest in Asia, and its imposing Neo-Gothic architecture has made it a popular tourist attraction in Mysore.

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Jaganmohan Palace

It is one of the most beautiful palaces in Mysore, built during the reign of the Wodeyar Dynasty. It served as their residence following a fire mishap at the Amba Vilas Palace. Later, the palace was converted into an art gallery, which houses some of the most magnificent works of art and is open to tourists.

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Mysore Zoo

Spread over 250 acres and opened to the public in 1920, the Mysore Zoo houses many species of animals and birds. It is one of the oldest and most popular zoos in India. The design of the zoo makes it appear like a natural habitat for animals.

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Somanathapura Temple

This temple is located in the quiet town of Somanathapura, on the banks of the Kaveri river. The temple is also alternatively known as Chennakeshava Temple or Keshava Temple. It is a Vaishnav temple dating back to 1258 and devoted to the beauty and brilliance of Lord Krishna.

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The Mysore Palace

Also known as Amba Vilas Palace, the Mysore Palace is the most prominent tourist attraction in Mysore. It has been the royal residence of the Wadiyar Dynasty and is a fine example of Indo-Saracenic architecture. In fact, it is one of the most popular historical monuments in India after the Taj Mahal, with a footfall of more than 6 million annually.

Frequently Asked Questions

Indigo and Vistara provide the maximum number of flights from Bangalore to Chandigarh.

The IATA Code of Mysore Airport is MYQ.

Mysore Airport is located 12 km from Mysore city.

Yes, passengers can carry food on the Bangalore to Chandigarh flight, but the packaging must be done properly to avoid leakage and it should be within the allowed quantity as per the airline’s guidelines. 

Yes, meals can be pre-booked on the Adani One while booking the Mysore to Chandigarh flight tickets. 

The fastest direct Bangalore to Chandigarh flight covers the distance in 2 hours and 50 minutes. 

No, there are no direct flights from Mysore to Chandigarh as of now. 

Yes, there are world-class duty-free shops at Chandigarh Airport.

Yes, Chandigarh Airport provides parking space for almost 500 cars.

No, it is not compulsory to purchase travel insurance. However, it is advisable to get coverage. 

As per legend, Tala and Kadu were two hunters who tried to cut down a particular tree, in the place that is now called Talakadu. The tree is believed to have bled, and was later healed with leaves and fruits from the tree. 

Bandipur National Park is a wonderful place to spot tigers in their natural habitat. 
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Airport Information

Chandigarh New Civil Air Terminal Chandigarh International Airport, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar, Punjab 140306

Mysore Kozhikode-Mysore-Kollegal Hwy, Mysuru, Karnataka 571311