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Srinagar to Bhubaneswar Flights

Srinagar to Bhubaneswar Flights

Book the cheapest Srinagar to Bhubaneswar Flights on Adani One. Thinking about travelling from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar? Adani One is here to provide you with all the information you need to travel from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar. It offers a list of weekly flight schedules arranged in a comprehensive airfare calendar to simplify and customise the process of flight booking. Adani One also offers premium deals, cashback offers, supreme discounts, and many more exciting perks. So go ahead and book your ticket from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar today on Adani One! Currently, there are no direct flights from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar. However, there are several daily connecting flights between Srinagar and Bhubaneswar. These flights usually have a brief layover in cities like Delhi or Jammu. The shortest flight duration for a Srinagar to Bhubaneswar flight is 4 hours and 35 minutes. Various domestic carriers such as IndiGo, Vistara, and Air India operate daily flights on this route.

Flights from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar


About Bhubaneswar Airport

Named after Odisha’s former Chief Minister Biju Patnaik, Bhubaneswar Airport is officially known as Biju Patnaik International Airport, and its IATA code is BBI. It is the primary airport, which serves the capital of Odisha and the city of Cuttack. Biju Patnaik International Airport has two active terminals; Terminal 1 handles domestic flights, and Terminal 2 manages international flight operations. It is maintained by the Airports Authority of India and is the 16th-busiest airport in the country. Various facilities such as currency exchange, luggage trolleys, a playground, and a pharmacy are offered within the airport premises. Passengers can also spend their time shopping at duty-free stores or enjoying snacks in the restaurants located inside this airport. Bus, car rental, and taxi services are available at this airport. It is also conveniently situated only 4 km southwest of Bhubaneswar Railway Station and 6 km from the main city centre.

About Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar, popularly known as the Temple City, earned this nickname due to the 700 temples that were once located in this city. Today, Bhubaneswar, the capital of the state of Odisha, is a modern city. This city was modernised in 1948 and is a recognised educational hub in current times. Bhubaneswar showcases a confluence of Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain cultures. Along with the cities of Puri and Konark, Bhubaneswar forms the Swarna Tribhuja or Golden Triangle of eastern India. The language spoken in this city is Oriya. Various grand festivals such as Ekamra Utsav, Kalinga Mahotsav, and Maha Shivratri are jubilantly celebrated in Bhubaneswar. Tourists can also visit the plethora of markets present in this city and buy some of the most renowned Bhubaneswari items such as Ikat fabrics, Sambalpuri and Tussar silk, and Pipli (long peppers). The best time to visit Bhubaneswar is during the monsoon season. The rain here enhances the lush green scenic beauty of the city. The lakes are also full and beautiful during this time.


About Srinagar Airport

The international airport of Srinagar is called Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, with the IATA code, SXR. It serves Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. This airport is owned by the Indian Air Force and maintained by the Airports Authority of India for civil operations. The airport is located in a city called Budgam, located 12 km from Srinagar. Although Srinagar Airport is an international airport, it has only received Hajj flights and no other international flights since August 2021. Several amenities such as free inter-terminal transportation services, luggage trolleys, medical facilities, and tourist information desks are provided at this airport. To reach the main city, various commuting options such as buses, taxis, and rental cars can be found at this airport.

About Srinagar

Located in North India, Srinagar is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is the northernmost city in the country and the largest city in the state. It is situated on the banks of the River Jhelum in the Kashmir Valley. The city is bordered by the Dal and Anchar Lakes and is famous for its magnificent gardens, waterfronts, and natural environment. Srinagar is also well-known for its houseboats, Kashmiri handicrafts, shawls, and dry fruits. With a population of over 1 million people, the panoramic view of the Himalayas makes Srinagar a popular tourist destination. It is best to visit the city of Srinagar between the months of April and June, as the weather during these months is not too cold. Moreover, the absolutely stunning Festival of Tulips takes place in Srinagar during April’s first two weeks.

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Chashme Shahi

A particularly awe-inspiring section of the Mughal Gardens in Srinagar, Chashme Shahi was commissioned by Shah Jahan for his son, Dara Shikoh.  This pristine triple-terraced garden is an excellent example of Persian architecture and also features a refreshing natural spring.  

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Dachigam National Park

Located at the height of 1700 m and above,  this national park is one of the most unique places to visit in Srinagar. Dachigam National Park is home to the endangered Kashmiri Stag, which is the only red deer species found in the country. The park also hosts other rare species such as the snow leopard, red fox, Himalayan weasel, and magpie trotter.  

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Dal Lake

A breathtaking place to visit in Bhubaneswar, the Dal Lake is known as The Jewel of Srinagar. This hillside lake is a popular tourist location.  Here, visitors can also enjoy the floating market, rent a Shikhara-style boat, and admire the traditional houseboats that line the edges of Dal Lake.  

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Hari Parbat

One of the top religious places to visit in Srinagar, Hari Parbat offers several shrines, a mosque, and a gurdwara for visitors to enjoy.  The mountain looks over the city of Srinagar, and this view is best enjoyed from the Hari Parbat fort that sits atop this hill. 

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Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden

Among the five best tulip gardens in the world, Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden in Srinagar was an attempt to improve tourism and floriculture in the area.  The beautiful garden was opened in 2007 and hosts several rare varieties of tulips, including the ‘Queen of the Night.’  Nature lovers will find this amazing garden to be more beautiful than paradise.

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Jamia Masjid

An ancient attraction located in the heart of the city, Jamia Masjid was constructed in 1396 by Sultan Sikandar Shah Kashmiri Shahmiri.  The mosque boasts Indo-Saracenic architecture with influence from Buddhist pagodas. It is the largest mosque in the area and attracts many visitors throughout the year.  

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Nigeen Lake

This eye-catching lake is separated from Dal Lake by a causeway. It is popularly known as ‘The Jewel in the Ring’ because of the tall trees that line the blue lake.  This lake offers a variety of water activities such as sailing, swimming, and water skiing.  

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Pari Mahal

Sitting atop the Chashme Shahi Gardens, Pari Mahal is an attraction with great historical significance.  This palace boasts terraced gardens and hosts many exotic trees and a variety of colourful flowers.  The historic building was constructed by Dara Sikoh. Today, it is administered by the Archaeological Survey of India.  

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Shalimar Bagh

The largest garden among the three located inside the Mughal Gardens, Shalimar Bagh was constructed by Jahangir in 1619.  The garden showcases a mixture of man-made and natural attractions. It features various attractions such as eye-catching architecture, almond and walnut trees, and vibrant multi-coloured flowers.  

Frequently Asked Questions

No. Currently, there are no direct flights from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar.  

Yes, you can carry dry food in your hand baggage. Liquids above 100 ml are not allowed.

At the time of booking your ticket, you must opt for additional insurance for your luggage. This will enable you to claim for it in case of  a loss.

Yes. If you have a stop-over or connecting flight, you can check-in your luggage at the first takeoff city and get your boarding passes for all connecting flights in one go.  

At this time, about 14 daily flights operate between Srinagar and Bhubaneswar. However, this number is subject to change, depending on external circumstances.

If you want to enjoy Srinagar fully, at least a week should be dedicated to this city.  

If you are visiting Bhubaneswar as a tourist, 2 to 3 days are enough to  fully explore this city.

You can check-in your baggage at the first takeoff city. If you are handed over boarding passes for the connecting flights, the baggage will be moved automatically by the airlines. However, it is advisable to check if your baggage has been moved before boarding  a connecting flight.

Currently, it takes a minimum of 4 hours and 30 minutes to fly from Srinagar to Bhubaneswar .

At this time, IndiGo operates the maximum number of flights between the two cities .

IndiGo, Vistara, Air India, AirAsia, and other domestic airlines operate flights between Srinagar and Bhubaneswar with stopovers. 

The capital of Odisha, Bhubaneswar boasts several famous Oriya dishes. One of the most famous, must-try dishes in Bhubaneswar is Macha Ghanta, which is made from fish, potato, onion, Bengal gram, eggplant, and various spices.

When in Sringara, one must try traditional Kashmiri foods such as Rogan Josh, Modur Pulao, and Shab Daig. 

IndiGo Airlines departs at 8:05 am from Srinagar, heading towards Bhubaneswar.

Bhubaneswar is the capital of Odisha and is known for its many beautiful temples. It is likely the only city in the country that showcases the development of Hindu architecture through the many temples peppered across the city.
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Airport Information

Bhubaneswar Airport Rd, Aerodrome Area, Bhubaneswar, Odisha 751020

Srinagar Indragandhi Road, Humhama, Badgam, Jammu and Kashmir 190007