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There are around 10 connecting and non-stop flights between Pune and Nagpur every day. A few connecting flights stop at Delhi and Ahmedabad, before proceeding to Nagpur. Some major airlines that have flights from Pune to Nagpur are IndiGo, Air India, and Go First. From Nagpur, you can take local buses, taxis, or cabs to travel to the nearby cities, like Amravati (around 150 Km away).
Nagpur airport is an international airport situated in the state of Maharashtra. Serving the city of Nagpur, this airport is officially called Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (IATA: NAG). The airport is situated about 8 Km southwest of Nagpur in Sonegaon. This airport lies at a distance of 700 Km from Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra.
Nagpur Airport can handle about 4,000 passengers per day. It has 2 terminals. Terminal 1 is for domestic and regional flights, while Terminal 2 is for international flights. There are flights to 11 domestic destinations from Terminal 1 and also two international destinations, Doha, and Sharjah, from Terminal 2. The airport also serves as a base for the Indian Air Force and AFS Nagpur. In addition, Nagpur airport also has amenities like baby care facilities, duty-free stores, free Wi-Fi, currency exchange, and medical services.
To reach the city centre, you can hire taxis. Recently, MahaMetro has launched a shuttle service connecting the airport metro and airport terminal.
Nagpur is the winter capital of the state of Maharashtra. Situated on the Deccan Plateau of the Indian Subcontinent, Nagpur is surrounded by both natural and artificial lakes. Of these, the largest lake Ambazari and Gorewada stand out.
Nagpur is also known as the ‘Tiger Capital of India’ due to the presence of numerous tiger reserves. Historically, Nagpur was part of the Gond and the Maratha Kingdom. Later, the British made Nagpur the capital of the Central Provinces and Berar.
Nagpur is famous for its oranges and is famously known as the Orange city of India. You can find large acres of oranges, specially cultivated for export purposes. Also, Nagpur houses the world’s largest hollow Buddhist Stupa. Surrounded by a beautiful garden, this stupa attracts tourists and monks from across the world.
Pune Airport is the major international airport in Pune, Maharashtra. It lies 10 Km northeast of Pune city. Operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), Pune Airport handles both domestic and international flights. Terminal 1 operates domestic flights and international flights to some Western-Asian countries.
Pune Airport was awarded ‘Best Airport by Hygiene Measures’ 2020 by Airports Council International. Interestingly, the airport handled a whopping 8.09 million passengers in the year 2020. Passengers can avail of numerous services at the Pune airport like a waiting lounge, baby care rooms, ATMs, currency exchange centres, spa services, restaurants, etc.
Pune is one of the most liveable cities in India. It is the seventh-most populous city in India and the second major IT hub of India. In the past, Pune was the seat of the Prime Minister of the Maratha Empire, the Peshwas. In addition, Pune was also ruled by the Mughal, Ahmadnagar Sultanate, and the Adil Shahi dynasty. Anglo-Maratha wars and Mughal-Maratha wars were some major landmark events in the history of Pune. The presence of a wide range of educational institutions has given Pune the name of Oxford of the East.
Pune is famous for numerous historical monuments like the Aga Khan Palace, the Sinhagad Fort, Chaturshringi Temple, Pataleshwar, Shaniwar Wada, and more. The moderate and pleasant climate attracts tourists to Pune throughout the year. Some delicious dishes of Pune include Bakarwadi, Shrewsbury Biscuits, Vada Pav, etc.