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Shimla to Bhubaneswar Flights

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If you're looking for the best flight options from Shimla to Bhubaneswar, Adani One will help solve all your needs. The quick and effective process of flight ticket booking on the Adani One portal makes your experience smooth. All major domestic airlines are listed on the platform.

There are no flights operating between Shimla and Bhubaneswar. Since Shimla does not have an operational airport, it is better to travel to Chandigarh from Shimla. The distance between Shimla and Chandigarh Airport is about 120 km, and you can make the trip by private taxis or buses. Adani one website has all the information you need about flights from Shimla to Chandigarh, including the estimated flight time, distance travelled, and more.

There are multiple flights between Chandigarh and Bhubaneswar, although all have at least one stop. IndiGo, Alliance Air and Vistara all offer flights on this sector. The shortest flight takes about 3 hours and 45 minutes, with a layover in Patna.

Flights from Shimla to Bhubaneswar


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Bhubaneswar Airport (IATA code: BBI) is also known as Biju Patnaik International Airport. Bhubaneswar Airport is one of the busiest airports in eastern India. It is 3 km from the city centre and easily accessible by public transport. The city centre is about 6 km from Bhubaneswar Airport. The airport is connected to more than 15 cities across India, including Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore etc.

Bhubaneswar Airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 serves domestic flights and has 18 check-in counters and 5 security check booths. Terminal 2 is solely dedicated to international flights.

Bhubaneswar Airport offers complimentary luggage services. Renting a trolley is a great time-saver. In the entirely air-conditioned departure area, passengers can use the luggage conveyor. High-quality meals are available at both terminals. Additionally, the airport has a souvenir store, vehicle rental counter, hotel booking desk, and tourist information counter.

About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneshwar is the capital of the Indian state of Orissa. Bhubaneswar is known as the "City of Temples'' as it was once home to approximately 700 temples. Bhubaneswar is a key economic and industrial base in Odisha.

Though the modern city was established only in 1946, Bhubaneswar has a rich history with the region being ruled by various empires including the Kalinga empire.

The main language spoken by the city's residents is Oriya. Assamese and Bengali are also commonly spoken in the region. Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity are the most popular religions in this city.

A large segment of Bhubaneswar's population comprises tribes that primarily eat seafood and sweets. In Bhubaneswar, temple festivals, Ratha-Yatra, Durga-Puja, Ganesh Puja, Eid, Christmas, and other holidays are celebrated with tremendous fanfare. Fairs such as the Toshali National Crafts Mela, the Rajdhani Book Fair, and the Adivasi Mela are very popular among tourists.

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Dhauli Hill

Mauryan Emperor Ashoka was so focused on growing his empire that he repeatedly went to war. Dhauli Hills is said to be the site of Ashoka's repentance after he realised what the war was doing to his people as he looked down from these hills and saw a mass grave after the Kalinga War, around 272 BC. Ashoka eventually became a Buddhist. Dhauli Hills became a major Buddhist site after that.

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Lingaraj Temple

The Lingaraj Temple in Bhubaneswar houses the Tribhuvaneshwar form of Shri Vishnu and Lord Shiva combined. It was built in the Kalinga style of architecture in the 10th century.

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Mukteshwar Temple

The Mukteshwar Temple is a 10th-century temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. According to Hindu mythology, the caves around the temple are from the time of the Mahabharata, over 5500 years ago! The Pandavas are said to have resided in these caves during their final year of exile.

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Parashurameshvara Temple

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Parashurameshvara Temple is one of the oldest in the region, dating back to the Shailodbhava period between the 7th and 8th centuries CE.

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Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves

These caves were originally carved by King Kharavela's artisans as a place for Jain monks to take shelter in the 2nd–1st century BCE. The historical significance of the Bhubaneshwar Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves is well known and referenced in several ancient scriptures and texts.


About Chandigarh Airport

Chandigarh Airport (IATA code: IXC) serves the union territory of Chandigarh and nearby towns like Mohali and Panchkula. The airport is a civil enclave within an Indian Air Force Station. The airport is located about 20 km away from the city.

Chandigarh Airport has a world-class integrated terminal, capable of handling 1,600 passengers per hour at its busiest. Six immigration counters serve arrivals, 4 serve departures, and 5 serve arrivals at the terminal, with 16 check-in stations.

Chandigarh Airport is connected to more than 15 destinations across India. There are also international flights to Dubai and Sharjah.

Passenger amenities at Chandigarh Airport include lounges, medical facilities, baggage trolleys, car rental services, taxi services, and food and beverage outlets.

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About Shimla

Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, is one of the most famous tourist spots in India. The hill station was the summer capital of British India in the past. Shimla is built on many hills and ridges, such as Jakhoo Hill and Prospect Hill. Shimla gets its name from "Shyamalaya" which means "blue house" and is believed to be a house built by a fakir in ancient times. Another local legend is that the name originates from "Shamla," the blue goddess Kali, who is the presiding deity of the famous Kali Bari Temple located on Jakhoo Hill. First settlements in the region, which later became the hill station of Shimla, began in 1891.

Shimla is abundant in natural beauty, sitting amidst snow-capped peaks and green mountains. Its famous Mall Road is home to numerous stores and places to eat.

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Green Valley

On the way from Shimla to Kufri, you will cross a beautiful mountain area called the Green Valley. The surrounding hills are covered in pine and deodar trees. Yaks can occasionally be spotted in the valley.

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Jakhoo Temple

Jakhoo Temple is an old Hindu temple dedicated to the god Hanuman. It is on Jakhoo Hill, which is the highest point in Shimla. One of the tallest Hanuman statues in India is in Jakhoo Temple and can be seen from almost anywhere in Shimla.

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Kalka-Shimla Toy Train

The Kalka-Shimla Toy Train is ​​a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-visit while in Shimla. Originally built by the British in 1903 to provide easy access to Shimla, the train goes through more than 100 tunnels and over 800 bridges on a narrow-gauge train track for a distance of almost 96 km. It is a must-have experience for tourists in Shimla.

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The Ridge

The most photographed spot in Shimla is The Ridge on the Shimla Mall Road. The Ridge has everything from shops with one-of-a-kind items to a stunning view of snow-covered mountain ranges. Several Gothic-style buildings can be seen in this part of town, showcasing Shimla's long and interesting history.

Frequently Asked Questions

The shortest flight from Chandigarh to Bhubaneswar takes 3 hours and 45 minutes.

The IATA code for Chandigarh Airport is IXC.

Different airlines have different rules about carrying food items on flights. Please check the airline's policy for more information on carrying food items during your travel from Shimla to Bhubaneswar. In general, you can carry dry food items. However, your food should be properly packed and spill-proof.

Passengers can usually carry up to 7 kg of cabin baggage and 15 kg of check-in luggage on an economy-class flight from Shimla to Bhubaneswar.

No. There are no duty-free shops at Bhubaneswar Airport.

Only 100 ml of liquid can be carried in the hand luggage. Make sure that the container is tight to prevent any leakage.

Only prescribed medicines can be carried in limited quantities. Prescription is a must.

Shimla is located approximately 10 km from Chandigarh Airport.

Bhubaneswar Airport provides free trolleys, wheelchairs, lounges, tourist information desk, ATMs, childcare room, elderly assistance, restaurants, cafes, lost and found counters, shops, and more.

The best time to visit Shimla is between March and June. You can experience clear blue skies and pleasant weather in the summer.

The aerial distance between Chandigarh and Bhubaneswar is 1470 km.

Konark Sun Temple is about 62 km away from Bhubaneswar Airport.
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Airport Information

Bhubaneswar Airport Rd, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020

Shimla Jubbarhatti, Himachal Pradesh 171011