Adani One, Adani’s one-stop platform, makes booking airline tickets simple and convenient. Whether you are flying from Pathankot to Lucknow or returning from Lucknow to Pathankot, the website allows you to book the most convenient and affordable flights. Simply enter the origin and destination cities and your date of travel on the platform. You will be able to see a comprehensive airfare calendar with all available domestic flights operating between the two cities including all domestic airlines such as Indigo, Go First, Air India, Vistara, SpiceJet, and AirAsia. The website also offers you the best flight ticket deals. If you know your itinerary in advance, it is also advisable to book your return tickets as well to avail cashback offers or discounts. Although Pathankot has an airport, there are currently no flights scheduled here. The best alternative would be to travel 115 km from Pathankot to the nearby Amritsar by road and take a flight from Amritsar to Lucknow. There are several daily connecting flights from Amritsar to Lucknow, mainly operated by Air India, IndiGo, and Vistara. These one-stop and two-stop flights have layovers in cities like New Delhi and Mumbai. The shortest flight is usually an Air India flight that leaves Amritsar at 04:15 pm and reaches Lucknow at 07:40 pm after a layover in New Delhi.
Lucknow Airport, also known as Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (IATA: LKO, IATA: VILK), serves Lucknow and nearby regions. It is located about 12 km from Lucknow city centre in Amausi. The airport has two terminals, one for domestic and the other for international travel, that can handle about 900 passengers at one time. Among the facilities and amenities at the airport are restaurants and cafes, duty-free stores, florists, massage parlours, ATMs, currency exchange counters, drinking water fountains, information desk, luggage storage, and lockers. There are air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned buses from the airport to Lucknow and nearby areas. There are also metro train services, auto rickshaws, taxis, and car rentals available here.
Lucknow is the capital and largest city of Uttar Pradesh state in India. It is also the country’s tenth most populated city. Lucknow is located 123 m above sea level on the northwestern bank of the Gomati River. The earliest mention of the region is in the epic Ramayan when Lakshmanpur or Lakhanpur was a ‘suburb’ near Ayodhya gifted by Ram to his brother Lakshman. It is next found in the records of Mughal Emperor Babar in the early 16th century. Lucknow also played an important part in the first Indian Revolution, the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. Lucknow has long been known as a multicultural city that thrived as a cultural and artistic centre and the seat of power for Nawabs in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is a vital hub for government, education, commerce, finance, technology, design, culture, tourism, music, and poetry. The major industries here include food processing, manufacturing, handicrafts, and railroad shops. The city's primary language is Hindi, but Urdu is also widely spoken. Lucknow is India's Shia Islam capital, having the country's largest Shia Muslim population
Amritsar’s Sri Guru Ram Das Jee International Airport (IATA code: ATQ) is located about 11 km northwest of Amritsar in the village of Rajasansi. The airport is a focus city for IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Air India. The single terminal integrates both domestic and international arrivals and departures. Its 30 check-in counters can handle about 1200 passengers at a time. The airport is well-equipped with all modern facilities and amenities, including baggage services, duty-free shops, VIP lounges, medical facilities, restaurants and cafes, information counters, and ATMs. There are regular buses and shuttle services to and from the airport. Visitors can also avail rickshaws, prepaid taxis, and car rental facilities at the airport.
Pathankot is a small city in Punjab that serves as a crossroads for the three states of Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh. It is watered by the rivers Chakki and Ravi. The city finds mention in the epic Mahabharata under the names ‘Audumbar’ and ‘Pratisthana’ as well as in the written records of Mughal Emperor Akbar when it was known as ‘Paithana’. The name ‘Pathankot’ is believed to have originated from the Pathans of Afghanistan who settled here in Mediaeval times. The city has been ruled over the centuries by many dynasties and rulers, and its forts, temples and other monuments retain these architectural styles. Pathankot is of military importance today because of its proximity to the Indo-Pakistan border. The best time to explore Pathankot is during the pleasant winter season from October to February.