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Nashik to Amritsar Flights

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Currently, there is just one flight operating between Nashik and Amritsar. It is a connecting flight via Delhi and is operated by SpiceJet. However, there are several alternate options available. Travellers can go to Mumbai from Nashik and then take a direct flight to Amritsar.

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Flights from Nashik to Amristar


About Amritsar Airport

Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ) serves the city of Amritsar. It is located roughly 11 km from the city and is named after Guru Ram Das Ji, the 4th Sikh Guru who founded the city of Amritsar. The airport serves nearby towns in Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh.

Amritsar has direct flight connectivity to more than 10 Indian cities like Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Lucknow, Kolkata etc. There are also international flights to cities like London, Birmingham, Doha, Dubai, Malaysia, Singapore etc.

The capacity of the integrated terminal of Amritsar Airport is 1,200 travellers. The airport has a single terminal that manages both domestic & international departures and arrivals. Currently, the airport offers basic amenities like currency conversion offices, cafes, medical stations, premium lounges, and ATMs. Private taxis and public bus services link the airport to all major spots in the city and surrounding areas.

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About Amritsar

Amritsar is an Indian city located in the northwestern region of the Indian State of Punjab. It is located about 25 km to the east of Pakistan's border. Amritsar, Punjab's largest and one of the most important cities, is a major economic transport, cultural, and tourism centre. Its Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) is the Sikhs' most significant worship centre.

Ram Das, the 4th Guru of the Sikhs, established Amritsar in the year 1577 on land given by the Mughal ruler Akbar. Ram Das administered the excavation of the Amrita Saras ("Pool of Nectar"), which is a sacred pool or tank from which the name of the city is derived. The 5th Guru of the Sikhs, Arjan, built the Golden Temple on an isle located in the central part of the reservoir. It was accessible via an open causeway made of marble. The upper part of the structure was adorned with a copper dome covered in gold during the reign of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1801-39). In fact, since then, the structure has been known as the Golden Temple.

Amritsar is the main place of pilgrimage for Sikhs from across India and around the world. This lively city in Punjab is also renowned for its mouthwatering delicacies and courteous Amritsari hospitality, making every tourist love this place. Amritsar, a predominantly agricultural city, is well-connected to major Indian cities.

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Golden Temple

Sri Harmandir Sahib, or Golden Temple, is Amritsar’s most iconic destination. The gurdwara is the holiest shrine in the Sikh religion. The iconic structure is built around a holy tank that was created by the fourth Sikh Guru, Guru Ram Das. Built using marble and copper, the sanctum of the shrine was covered with gold in 1830. This gave rise to the name Golden Temple. The architecture is to be marvelled at, and there is also a community kitchen offering free meals (Langar) to over 20,000 people daily. The Golden Temple is one of the most visited monuments in India.

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Akal Takhat

Guru Hargobind Singh built the Akal Takhat (Throne of the Immortal) in 1606 as the Sikhs' highest governmental institution. The Akal Takhat is situated in front of the causeway leading to the famous Golden Temple. It is also a place tourists visit when they come to Amritsar.

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Jallianwala Bagh

Jallianwala Bagh is a national memorial dedicated to one of the most tragic incidents in the Indian independence struggle. This park in Amritsar was the venue of the massacre of peaceful protestors by British forces on April 13, 1919. Thousands of Indians, who were there for a peaceful protest, were shot dead inside this enclosed park on the orders of British officer General Michael Dyer. It is now a memorial that reminds everyone of that dark chapter and honours those who gave up their lives that day.

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Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum, a summer palace turned museum, is a famous tourist destination in Amritsar. It exhibits royal items belonging to the first king of the Sikh empire, Maharaja Ranjit Singh. There are arms and armour, amazing paintings, century-old coins and manuscripts.  

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Partition Museum

The Partition Museum in Amritsar is the world's first museum built as a repository to record and store the pain and experiences of the millions who suffered and lost their livelihoods when India and Pakistan were divided in 1947. The museum is located in the Town Hall in Amritsar.

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Wagah Border

The Wagah border, about 30 km from Amritsar, is a famous section of the international border between India and Pakistan. It is a popular tourist destination, and people visit the Wagah border to witness the Beating Retreat Ceremony that is held every day before dusk. Both the countries' flags are lowered during this ceremony, and eventually, the gates are closed. Tourists can sit in the gallery and watch the display from the armed forces of both nations.


About Nashik Airport

Nashik Airport (IATA Code: ISK) is located at Ozar, about 20 km away from the city. The airport is managed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). The airport has a terminal that can accommodate about 300 passengers at a time. SpiceJet, Alliance Air, and Star Air are some of the airlines that operate flights out of Nashik. The airport is connected to cities like Hyderabad, Belgaum, Pune, Delhi, Ahmedabad etc.

There are baggage services, free trolley services, check-in counters, and other facilities available for travellers. Passengers can easily take taxis or buses to travel from the airport to the city.

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About Nashik

Nashik, often called Nasik, is a prominent city on the northwest side of Maharashtra. Nashik is well-connected to different parts of the state. Located on the banks of river Godavari, Nashik is a major religious centre that attracts thousands of pilgrims each year. In fact, it is also one of the venues of the famous Hindu religious festival of Kumbh Mela, held every 12 years. There are famous temples in Nashik, including the Pandu (Buddhist) and Chamar (Jain) cave temples that date back to the first century CE.

Located near the Western Ghats, Nashik is believed to be the place where Lord Lakshman cut the nose of demoness Shurpanakha, a popular story from the Hindu epic Ramayana.

The city was industrialised during the second half of the twentieth century. Sugar and oil processing, as well as silk and cotton weaving, are the key industries of the city. Nashik is also famous for its vineyards. Almost 90% of the wine produced in India comes from Nashik, and the city is known as the “Wine Capital of India”.

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Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar Falls, or Someshwar Waterfalls, is located about 10 km from Nashik. It is a beautiful place with stunning vistas. The cascading falls on the Godavari river are a picturesque sight to behold during the monsoon season. It is one of the most popular destinations in Nashik for tourists.

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Nasik Caves

Nasik Caves, also known as Trirashmi Caves, is a set of 24 caves illustrating Hinayana Buddhist doctrines, sculpted between the 2nd century AD and 3rd century BC. Two caves are primarily the centre of attraction here. The sculptures inside the caves are mesmerising and are great examples of rock-cut cave architecture.

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Anjaneri Fort

Anjaneri Fort is a picturesque hill fort located in Anjaneri, about 20 km from Nashik. It is believed that it takes its name from Lord Hanuman's mother, Anjani, and is thought to be his birthplace. Anjaneri Fort is located on the Nashik-Trimbakeshwar mountain range. It has become a popular trekking spot.

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Saptashrungi is a Hindu pilgrimage site located on a hill range in the Western Ghats that has seven hills. Located about 60 km away from Nashik, the temple here is one of 51 Shakti Peethas in India. The temple is devoted to the Goddess Saptashrungi Nivasini.

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Sula Vineyard

Sula is an Indian vineyard located in Nashik. It was the valley's first commercial winery, and it has received many accolades for its wines. It is now India's largest wine producer. The vineyard also has a lodge where people may stay while visiting the winery and a tasting area where customers can try various varieties of wines produced at Sula.

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Sri Dharmachakra Prabhav Tirth Jain Mandir

Sri Dharmachakra Prabhav Tirth Jain Mandir is known simply as Jain Mandir. It is located about 15 km from Nashik Bus Stand, on the Nashik-Mumbai road. The beautiful temple building has three stories and is mostly built using white marbles and pink sandstones. The 12 tons massive idol of the Jains' 24th Tirthankara is a huge attraction here.

Frequently Asked Questions

As of August 2022, only one connecting flight operates between Nashik and Amritsar. However, this is not a daily flight and operates only on certain days of the week.

Currently, SpiceJet is the only airline operating flights between the two cities.

The shortest flight from Nashik to Amritsar takes 11 hours and 50 minutes.

The aerial distance between Nashik and Amritsar is approximately 1294 km.

Fireworks, explosive materials, bullets, blank cartridges, handguns, pistol caps, and other hazardous items are prohibited on flights.

The official name of Amritsar airport is Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport.

Yes. There are many duty-free shops at Amritsar Airport, and passengers can purchase different products while waiting for their flights.

A regular bus service connects various points in Nashik city to the airport. You can also take a taxi to the terminal building.

  • Amritsari Kulcha
  • Keema Kulcha
  • Makke Ki Roti and Sarson Da Saag
  • Bheja Fry
  • Amritsari Lassi

The popular shopping places in Amritsar are Guru Bazaar, Lawrence Road, Lahori Gate Market, Shastri Market and Hall Bazaar.

  • Phirni
  • Malpua
  • Kulfa
  • Halwa
  • Jalebi
  • Gulab Jammun

Punjabi is spoken by the locals mostly. However, people do speak Hindi, Urdu and English too.

The IATA Code of Amritsar Airport is ATQ.

The Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib Gurudwara) is one of the holiest Gurdwaras and is a world-famous landmark in Amritsar.
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Airport Information

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

Nashik Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Ozar, Nashik, Maharashtra 422221