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Pathankot to Dehradun Flights

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You can make your flight bookings without hassle, thanks to the Adani One platform. The platform will show you all the flights available for your desired route, whether you’re looking for Pathankot to Dehradun flights or a return ticket from Dehradun to Pathankot. There are no direct flights from Pathankot to Dehradun; the platform will show you flights available from and to the nearest airport, including connecting flights. You can choose a flight that suits your travel needs and book the cheapest air tickets using cashback offers available on the platform. Adani will provide you with all the flight details, such as the flight number, departure time, arrival time, layover, flight status, the Pathankot to Dehradun flight ticket price, and more. You can book your tickets for domestic flights on carriers such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, and more on the platform. The Adani platform is updated regularly with new and more exciting discounts and offers you can enjoy while booking flights to Dehradun.

Although both Pathankot and Dehradun have airports, there are no direct flights from Pathankot Airport to Dehradun. The most convenient way to travel from Pathankot is from Amritsar Airport. The Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport in Amritsar is 124 Km from Pathankot and takes around 2 hours by road by taking a bus or private taxi. You can also travel from Pathankot to the airport in Amritsar by train. Most of the flights from Amritsar to Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport are connecting flights with layovers at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi. About nine connecting flights are available daily between Amritsar and Dehradun. The minimum flight time between Amritsar and Dehradun is 5 hours, and the maximum time is over 23 hours. Visit the Adani platform to book the cheapest flight from Pathankot to Dehradun today!

Flights from Pathankot to Dehradun


About Dehradun Airport

Dehradun Airport in Uttarakhand, officially known as Jolly Grant Airport (IATA: DED), is the only airport in the Garhwal region that operates daily commercial flights. It is a domestic airport in Uttarakhand that is around 22 km southeast of Dehradun. The airport has one terminal that operates domestic flights, with Alliance Air, IndiGo, and SpiceJet operating flights to and from the city. Passengers can conveniently travel to the airport from Dehradun city centre by taking a cab or a private taxi. Passengers can also take advantage of city bus services, and use the airport’s taxi service or automobile rental service to continue their journey from the airport on to places nearby. Passengers who wish to go to other states can use the available interstate automobile or taxi services. The airport also provides several services such as trolleys, wheelchairs, a child care room, a lost and found baggage counter, and more for its passengers.

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About Dehradun

Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, has enjoyable weather throughout the year due to its 1,400 ft elevation above sea level. The city, which is only around 30 km from Mussoorie, is known for being the gateway to Mussoorie, Rishikesh, and Haridwar. The beautiful Shivalik Hills, with the Ganges to one side and the Yamuna to the other, surround Uttarakhand’s capital, making it a wonderful destination to visit. This tranquil getaway is home to spectacular natural caves and magnificent waterfalls, and many tourist attractions such as Sahastradhara, Robber’s Cave, Lachhiwala, Shikhar Falls, and more.

Dehradun, known as the ‘Abode of Drona', is one of India’s oldest cities. According to legend, Lord Rama and Laxman came here to perform atonement after defeating Ravana. The city is, therefore, also important for religious tourism.

Dehradun was governed by the Gorkhas until 1815, when they were overthrown by the British. The city was then linked to Saharanpur, and became part of the Garhwal Division in 1968. From Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand became a separate state in the year 2000, and Dehradun became its capital.

Dehradun has a diverse and lively culture, with the city hosting several fairs and festivals annually, including Tapkeshwar Mela, Jhanda Fair, Laxman Sidhna Fair, and Shivratri Fair. Being close to the Garhwal region, the people are heavily influenced by Garhwali culture.

Dehradun has many renowned institutions, including the prestigious Indian Military Academy and Forest Research Institute, justifying its title of the ‘Education Capital of Uttarakhand’.

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Har Ki Dun

This valley is cradle-shaped and has untouched stunning views that make it an adventure worth taking. Many people refer to it as the Valley of Gods, owing to its remarkable beauty, and treks in the region are popular among visitors. 

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This is a popular picnic destination in Dehradun near the Haridwar-Rishikesh road. Lachhiwala, also called Nature Park, is located 22 km from the city. Throughout the year, this location is packed and is popular among families, hikers, and bird watchers. 

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Mindrolling Monastery

The Buddha Temple Complex, also known as the Mindrolling Monastery, is one of India’s largest Buddhist Vihara and has been educating monks for hundreds of years. The monastery is a visual marvel, as it is an architectural masterpiece with multiple elements.

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Robber’s Cave

Gucchu Pani (the local name of this cave) is linked to many tales and legends, one of which claims that Lord Shiva resides here. This is a must-see holiday destination for every adventure enthusiast travelling to Dehradun.

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The picturesque Sahastradhara, which has the meaning of ‘thousand-fold spring’, is encircled by beautiful caverns, presenting visitors with a spectacular sight. The water gushes down limestone stalactites, thus dispersing sulphur into the water here and earning it the name Sulphur Springs. 

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Tapkeshwar Temple

This temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, is one of the top locations to visit in Dehradun for religious travellers. Around 6.5 km from the city centre, this must-see tourist spot houses a Shiva Linga, which people believe grants wishes.


About Pathankot Airport

Pathankot Airport (IATA: IXP), a domestic civil airport 3 km from the city, has a single terminal, which connects the city to Delhi with flights operated by Alliance Air. Equipped with several facilities, the airport offers snack and juice stalls, baggage services, and duty-free shops. There are no direct or connecting flights from Pathankot to Dehradun. One will have to travel to Amritsar by road and then book a flight to Dehradun from there. The distance between Pathankot and the airport in Amritsar is 124 km.

Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ), which is an international airport, is 11 km from Amritsar. It is near the village of Raja Sansi on the Amritsar-Ajnala Road. In addition to Amritsar, the airport serves portions of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh's western districts, and Jammu and Kashmir’s southern districts. The airport’s terminal handles both domestic and international flights, serviced by Air India, SpiceJet, and IndiGo, among others. The railway station and the bus station are 23 km and 22 km from the airport, respectively. There are many services available at the airport, such as baggage service, aerobridges, currency exchange service, ATMs, and more for passengers.

About Pathankot

Pathankot is a beautiful city that serves as a gateway to the neighbouring states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Its unique location on the border of three states in northern Punjab makes it highly distinctive. The Indian Army and Indian Air Force both have bases in the city due to its proximity to the country’s borders. Pathankot is nestled in the Himalayan foothills, bordered by the scenic hill towns of Kangra and Dalhousie.

The river Chakki, along with fields of stunning greenery, add to the city's existing scenic attractiveness. The historical monuments of Shahpur Kandi Fort and Nurpur Fort are two of Pathankot's most popular tourist attractions. The people here celebrate several festivals, such as Baisakhi, Diwali, Shivaratri, and Holi. Bhangra is an extremely popular dance form in the city, along with Giddha and Gatka.

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Kathgarh Temple

The Kathgarh Temple, located at the confluence of the River Beas and the River Choch, is known for its 6 ft high Shivalinga. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati and is located in the village of Kathgarh

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Mukteshwar Temple

The Mukteshwar Temple is located 22 km from Pathankot and dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple contains ancient caves that are believed to be where the Pandavas resided during their exile.

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Nagni Temple

This religious landmark is one of the most popular Pathankot tourist attractions. It is dedicated to the Goddess of Snakes and is about 16 km outside the city. This temple is notable for the fact that water flows from the spot where Nagni Mata’s idol is placed.

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Nurpur Fort

The inner sanctum of this 900-year-old fort houses the historic Krishna Temple, which is a major tourist destination. It was built by Pathania Rajputs, and Shah Jahan later named this fort after his adored wife, Nur Jahan.

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Ranjit Sagar Dam

Ranjit Sagar Dam is a great site to spend a day because it has various tourist attractions nearby where you can rest and unwind. The Ranjit Sagar Dam, which is also called Thein Dam, was built on the Ravi River and completed in 2001 as part of the Punjab State Government’s hydroelectricity project.

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Shahpurkandi Fort

The Shahpurkandi Fort was built in 1505 by Jaspal Singh Pathania, a Rajput chief of Emperor Shah Jahan. It was built to protect the Nurpur and Kangra districts. Despite being in ruins, several elements of the fort remain intact after five centuries.

Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are no direct or connecting flights available from Pathankot to Dehradun. You will need to book tickets from the nearest airport to Pathankot (Amritsar’s Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport) to Dehradun. 

Amritsar Airport is around 124 km from Pathankot, and it takes around 2 hours to reach by road. You can also travel from Pathankot to Amritsar by train and then go to the airport, which is only 22 km from the train station

There are around nine connecting flights that fly between Amritsar and Dehradun every day.

IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara are some of the airlines that are most travelled on for Amritsar to Dehradun flights.

You can check flight details and their fares on the Adani platform. You can also get discounts and cashback offers while booking tickets from Amritsar to Dehradun.

The first Amritsar to Dehradun flight is IndiGo 6E 2073, and it departs at 6:25 am. This flight has a layover in Delhi.

The shortest flight from Amritsar to Dehradun takes 5 hours, with a layover in Delhi.

The IATA code for Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport in Amritsar is ATQ. The Dehradun Airport, also known as Jolly Grant Airport, has the airport code DED. 

The layover times can range from between 2.5 hours and upwards of 20 hours via New Delhi and Jaipur.  

On an economy flight from Amritsar to Dehradun, passengers can bring up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage per person. For example, Air India allows 7 kg of cabin baggage and 20 kg of check-in luggage on flights from Amritsar to Dehradun. The amount varies by airline and class of travel. Please double-check before flying to avoid last-minute confusion. 

There are two ways to check your Amritsar to Dehradun flight booking status: through the airport website or on the Adani platform. 

The months from March to June are the best for visiting Dehradun. The majority of visitors travel to Dehradun around this time because the weather is warm and clear, making it ideal for sightseeing and adventure sports.

Within Dehradun, city buses, auto-rickshaws, and shared automobiles are all accessible for commuting. You can also rent a car for local trips if it is more convenient.

After you reach Dehradun, you can stay at one of many hotels there, such as Hill-View Studio Home, Vaara Hotel, The Doon Homestay, and Vasudhara Home Stay.
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Airport Information

Dehradun Airport Rd, Jauligrant, Uttarakhand 248143

Pathankot Pathankot, Punjab 145001