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Pathankot to Kolkata Flights

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You can now book flight tickets from Adani’s one-stop platform. The booking platform will present you with the available flight options, whether you want to book a Pathankot to Kolkata flight ticket or a return ticket from Kolkata to Pathankot. Adani’s airfare calendar will display all relevant flight details to help you choose the cheapest flights with the biggest discounts and offers, which are regularly updated on the platform. All prominent domestic airlines, including IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet, Go First, and Vistara, are displayed on the platform. If you have your holiday planned out, we recommend that you book your return ticket as well to avail additional discounts on round trips.

Despite having a domestic airport, Pathankot does not have any flights operating to or from Kolkata. Pathankot is 124 km from the Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport in Amritsar, which takes about 2 hours to reach. To get to the Amritsar Airport by road, you can take a bus or rent a private taxi or cab. Currently, there are around 16 connecting flights and one direct flight between Amritsar and Kolkata, operated by IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India. The connecting flights have layovers in Delhi and Mumbai, with the layover duration ranging from 50 minutes to 23 hours. The minimum flight time between the two cities is 2 hours and 25 minutes.

Flights from Pathankot to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (IATA: CCU), which serves the Kolkata metropolitan area in West Bengal, is approximately 17 km from the city centre. Once known as Dum Dum Airport, it was named after Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, one of the notable leaders of the Indian freedom movement. The largest airport in eastern India, it has the capacity to host 20 million passengers every year.

The Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport has one terminal that operates all the domestic and international flights. Various domestic and international airlines operate flights at the Kolkata Airport, including IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Emirates. Passengers with an international boarding pass are eligible to shop in the duty-free area of the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport’s international terminal. Passengers can also make use of other available facilities, including restaurants, lounges, telephones, trolleys, wheelchairs, a child care area, a lost and found baggage desk, Wi-Fi, foreign exchange, and ATMs.

Taking a cab or a private taxi from Kolkata city centre to the airport is convenient for passengers. One can take a bus operated by the West Bengal Transport Corporation (WBSTC) to travel to different parts of the city from the airport. Travellers can also continue their journey from the airport to adjacent towns by using prepaid yellow taxis.

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, one of India’s metropolitan cities, is a perfect confluence of the traditional and ultramodern. As the capital of West Bengal and known as the ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata is believed to be the nation’s artistic, literature, and intellectual capital.

The city has always been a favourite among tourists due to its vibrant culture and heritage. The locations in Kolkata are incredibly diverse, ranging from the majestic Victoria Memorial to the quaint Mother Teresa’s House, from the bustling Dakshineshwar Kali Temple to the tranquil and calm Belur Math. Travellers can also visit Sundarbans to see the great Royal Bengal Tiger, witness a cricket match at the iconic Eden Gardens, and commute by the iconic tram.

Kolkata’s history is intertwined with the British East India Company. It became the capital of British India in 1772. In 1857, Calcutta University, India’s first modern university, was established here. Calcutta, as it was known during British rule, was the birthplace of Indian arts and literature and played an active part in the nation’s freedom movement.

Since ancient times, Kolkata has nourished its literary and creative history. It has produced generations of brilliant writers, poets, dancers, singers, musicians, filmmakers, artists, Nobel laureates, and many others. Kolkata is where the tradition of ‘Jatras’, or folk theatres, began. Durga Puja, the city’s grand festival, is celebrated with much fanfare. Rice, fish curry, vegetable curries, rasogolla, mishit doi, and other traditional cuisine and desserts are all integral parts of Kolkata culture.

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Birla Planetarium

The Birla Planetarium in Kolkata is the second-largest planetarium in the world and the largest in Asia. It is a single-story circular monument built in the traditional Indian style and modelled after the Buddhist Stupa at Sanchi.

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Dakshineswar Kali Temple

The temple is dedicated to Bhavatarani, an incarnation of Goddess Kali. It was constructed by Rani Rashmoni, to whom the idea came in the form of a dream. The temple draws in thousands of devotees each year. 

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Indian Museum

The Indian Museum was established in 1814 and is one of the world’s oldest museums. Its galleries house historically significant artefacts, such as magnificent Mughal paintings, skeletons, fossils, Egyptian mummies, and other sacred objects.

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Howrah Bridge

The Howrah Bridge, erected over the Hooghly River to connect the two major cities of Kolkata and Howrah, is dubbed the ‘oldest but busiest’ spot in Kolkata. Also known by the title Rabindra Setu, it is best to visit it at night to see the illuminated bridge and lit-up city. 

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Tagore’s House

Tagore’s residence, also known as the ‘Jorasanko Thakur Bari’, is one of the city’s most popular spots. The old home of India’s most famous literary figure, Rabindranath Tagore, has been transformed into a museum with a photo exhibition, intriguing paintings, and Tagore’s literary writings. 

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Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial is one of the most stunning sites to visit in Kolkata, with fascinating sculptures and exquisite artworks. This white marble masterpiece was built in honour of Queen Victoria. 


About Pathankot Airport

Pathankot Airport (IATA: IXP), 3 km from the city, is a domestic civil airport. The airport’s single terminal connects the city to Delhi with flights operated by Alliance Air. It is equipped with several facilities, including baggage services, snack and juice stalls, and duty-free shops.

Since there are no flights from Pathankot to Kolkata, passengers must travel by road to Amritsar Airport and fly to Kolkata from there. The airport at Amritsar is 124 km from Pathankot and may be reached by road. You can take a private taxi or cab to reach the airport from Pathankot. Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ) is a major international airport in Amritsar, India, located 11 km from the city centre. Located on Amritsar-Ajnala Road, it lies near the village of Raja Sansi. The airport serves Punjab, Himachal Pradesh’s western areas, Jammu & Kashmir's southern districts, and Amritsar. Air India, SpiceJet, and IndiGo are among the carriers that fly here. Amritsar Airport has only one terminal serving domestic and international flight operations. The airport is 23 km from the train station and 22 km from the bus station. Baggage services, aerobridges, currency exchange, ATMs, and other services are available at the airport.

About Pathankot

Pathankot is a lovely city that is a gateway to Himachal Pradesh and Jammu & Kashmir. It stands out due to its unique location on the boundary of three states in northern Punjab. Because of its proximity to the country’s borders, the city has major bases for both the Indian Army and the Indian Air Force.

Pathankot is surrounded by the picturesque hill towns of Kangra and Dalhousie in the Himalayan foothills. The River Chakki and areas of lush flora contribute to the city’s already spectacular visual beauty. Two of Pathankot’s most prominent tourist attractions are the historical monuments of Shahpur Kandi Fort and Nurpur Fort. Pathankot is also known as a religious destination because of its numerous and unique temples, such as Mukteshwar Temple and Nagini Temple.

The history of Pathankot may be traced all the way back to the Mahabharata period. The city, then known as Prathisthare, is assumed to have been part of the kingdom of Audambra at the time. During the 17th century, it was ruled by Pathania Rajputs from Nurpur, Himachal Pradesh. Until 1781, it was also led by Sayed Khan, a Muslim descendent of the Nurpur rulers.

Baisakhi, Diwali, Shivaratri, and Holi are among the festivals they celebrate. Along with Giddha and Gatka, Bhangra is a very popular dance form in this region. The markets of Pathankot are filled with beautiful handcrafted products. The shawls and woollen clothing of Pathankot are also quite famous.

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Kathgarh Temple

The Kathgarh Temple is located at the confluence of the River Beas and the River Choch. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati.

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Laxmi Narayan Mandir

The Laxmi Narayan Mandir, one of the region’s most prominent temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, is one of Pathankot’s most popular tourist attractions. Inside the temple courtyard, there is a beautiful statue of Lord Hanuman. 

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Mukteshwar Temple

The temple is merely 22 km away from Pathankot. It features old caverns where the Pandavas are said to have lived during their exile. On the banks of River Ravi, the temple is devoted to Lord Shiva.

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Nurpur Fort

The medieval Krishna Temple, named Brij Raj Swami, which is a significant tourist attraction, is housed in the inner sanctuary of this 900-year-old fort. This fort was built by Pathania Rajputs and eventually named after Nur Jahan.

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Ranjit Sagar Dam

Ranjit Sagar Dam is an excellent place to spend a day, relax, and unwind. The dam, commonly known as the Thien Dam, was erected on the Ravi River in 2001 as part of a hydroelectricity project by the Punjab State Government. 

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Shahpurkandi Fort

Jaspal Singh Pathania, a Rajput Chief of the Emperor Shah Jahan, built the Shahpurkandi Fort in 1505. It was constructed to safeguard the districts of Nurpur and Kangra. Despite its state of destruction, numerous fort components have survived the years. 

Frequently Asked Questions

No, there are no direct or indirect flights available from Pathankot to Kolkata. Instead, you can book tickets from the airport nearest Pathankot, i.e., Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport, Amritsar, which has regular flights to Kolkata.

Amritsar Airport is around 124 km from Pathankot and takes approximately 2 hours to reach via road. You can take a private taxi, or you can drive your private car to the airport.

There are around one non-stop and 16 indirect flights that fly between Amritsar and Kolkata every day.

IndiGo, Air India, and Vistara are some of the most preferred airlines for flight tickets from Amritsar to Kolkata. These airlines operate regular flights between the two cities.

You can check all the flight details and fares on the Adani Platform. You can also get discounts and cashback offers while booking tickets from Amritsar to Kolkata. 

The shortest flight from Amritsar to Kolkata takes 2 hours and 25 minutes. 

The usual standards of the baggage are around 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. It is advised to check the airline guidelines regarding baggage before you book flight tickets from Amritsar to Kolkata. 

There are two ways to check your Amritsar to Kolkata flight booking status: through the airport or ticket booking websites.

The time from October to February, i.e. the autumn and winter months, is best to visit Kolkata. The weather is pleasant, and there are many festivals during this time. This is the time of year when most tourists arrive, especially around Durga Puja.

Kolkata’s finest restaurants include Aaheli, Alfresco, Bohemian, La Cucina, and Asia Kitchen. However, we recommend stopping by streetside eateries like Sree Hari Mistanna Bhandar, Vien, and Mitra Cafe for authentic Kolkata flavours. 

Yes, Amritsar Airport, Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA: ATQ), is an international airport. 

Yes, Adani offers various cashback deals, offers, discounts, and more on flight tickets. These offers are regularly updated on the platform, so visit Adani today to book the cheapest flight tickets for your trip. 
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Airport Information

Kolkata Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052

Pathankot Pathankot, Punjab 145001