Are you looking for a flight from Nashik to Kanpur? You can book your flight tickets on Adani One, a hassle-free, comprehensive, online platform for travellers. Adani One will display a detailed airfare calendar to help you choose the best flight. Choose the most convenient flight with the best air ticket deal or cashback offer. All domestic carriers — Indigo, SpiceJet, Go First, Air India, and AirAsia — are listed on the platform. Discounts and flight ticket deals are updated regularly for both direct and connecting flights. If you have a return date in mind, Adani suggests booking a return ticket, to take advantage of the discounts and flight ticket offers that come with return tickets. Currently, there are no direct flights on the Nashik to Kanpur route. However, there is an occasional flight on the route. It is a connecting flight operated by SpiceJet, at 11:20, with a layover in Delhi. It takes just under 24 hours. It might be more feasible and convenient to travel from Nashik to either Mumbai or Pune, and then board a flight to Kanpur. Mumbai’s domestic airport is 176 km south-west of Nashik and Pune is 207 km south of Nashik . While Mumbai has 2 direct flights to Kanpur, daily, as well as around 5 to 8 connecting flights, Pune has no direct flights to Kanpur but as many as 10 connecting flights, daily. The Adani One air fare calendar regularly updates domestic flight schedules, so you can check your flight status at any time. Use the airfare calendar and complete your flight booking for Nashik to Kanpur on Adani One today!
Kanpur Airport (IATA: KNU) is a domestic airport located around 10 km from the city centre. Initially, the airport was used by the Indian Air Force and it was only in the 1970s that commercial operations began here. It is, however, still referred to as the Chakeri Air Force Station. The airport has a single terminal, which operates domestic flights. The terminal has two boarding gates and can accommodate only 50 passengers at a time. Currently, flights operate from Kanpur Airport to Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Gorakhpur. The airport is small and offers basic facilities such as baggage counters, wheelchairs, free trolleys, etc. However, the airport is in the process of being upgraded and plans are afoot to build a new terminal building to process 300 passengers and accommodate larger, more modern aircraft. Other facilities and services too will be upgraded, including parking facilities. Kanpur Airport is well connected to the city centre via bus and taxi services. Car rental services are also available.
Kanpur is the second-most populated city in Uttar Pradesh and is also the state's commercial capital. Located just 90 km from the state’s capital, Lucknow , Kanpur is situated on the banks of the Ganga. It therefore has significant religious importance. Kanpur was established in the 10th-13th century by the Chandela Dynast y. It remained an idyllic village till the British in India set up a military base here and transformed it into a military cantonment. The British also set up a trading centre in Kanpur, which is why this city is such a major industrial hub even today. Kanpur played an important part during the Revolt of 1857 , which was a turning point in the history of the British in India. During the Great Revolt, Indian soldiers in the British-Indian Army revolted against the army top brass. The rebellion, which is also called the First War of Independence, spread to cities across India and was a turning point in India’s history. As an industrial city, Kanpur is called the Manchester of North India due to its thriving textile industry. It is also known for its leather industry and is home to the world’s largest tanneries. There are many educational institutions in Kanpur, such as the Harcourt Butler Technological Institute, Indian Institute of Technology, Agricultural College, National Sugar Institute, GSVM Medical College and the Government Textile Institute.The city also celebrates a number of festivals throughout the year, including Janamashtami, Shivratri, Dussehra, Holi, and Diwali with utmost energy and enthusiasm.
Nashik Airport (IATA: ISK) is located in Ozar, 21 km north-east of Nashik . The airport is owned by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). It is here that HAL tests and builds aircraft for the Indian Armed Forces. It also houses an Indian Air Force maintenance station. Nashik Airport has only one passenger terminal, which operates domestic flights to cities such as Ahmedabad, Delhi, Bengaluru, Tirupati, Hyderabad, Pondicherry and Tirupati. The airport also has retail stores, a VIP Lounge, facilities for physically challenged individuals and childcare facilities, smoking spaces, etc. A new terminal building was inaugurated in 2014, with a capacity to accommodate 300 passengers. In 2020, HAL , which manages the airport, began putting in place facilities and infrastructure at the airport so that international flights can commence. It has separated the domestic and international sections with dedicated entry and exit points.
Nashik is one of the largest cities in Maharashtra and has mythological, historical, social, cultural and commercial importance. According to legend, Lord Rama stayed in Panchvati in Nashik during his time in exile. Anjaneri, near Nashik, is the birthplace of Lord Hanuman. The sage Agasti also lived in Nashik when he performed tapasya. Another reason Nashik has religious significance is that the Godavari River, one of the holy rivers in India, has its source in Trimbakeshwar near Nashik. One of the 12 Jyotirlingas is also at Trimbakeshwar. Nashik is associated with many well-known freedom fighters like Veer Savarkar, Dadasaheb Potnis, Vasant Kanetkar, etc. Nashik is also the starting point for the pilgrim towns of Trimbakeshwar and Shirdi, famous for their association with the saint, Sai Baba. Thanks to its vineyards, Nashik is called the ‘Wine capital of India’, and produces some of India’s best wines. Nashik gives you the chance to experience a fabulous cocktail of extremes — from temples to vineyards, and hills to waterfalls. Nashik hosts the Kumbh Mela once every 12 years, a religious gathering that attracts millions of pilgrims as well as travellers. The best time to visit Nashik is winter, from October to March, as the weather ranges from mildly cold to pleasant, which makes it perfect for travelling. In December–January, temperatures can fall to as low as 12°C. During winter, the city lights up for Diwali and Makar Sankranti and it is a treat to visit the city during this time.