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Srinagar to Imphal Flights

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Planning to travel from Srinagar to Imphal? Visit Adani One to get information about flights from Srinagar to Imphal. Several reputable airlines operate flights on this route. On Adani, all the major airline operators are featured, including IndiGo, Vistara, Alliance Air, Air India, AirAsia, and SpiceJet.

There are approximately 10-12 indirect flights from Srinagar to Imphal every day, with the shortest one taking 8h 45min. These flights have layovers in New Delhi, Guwahati, and Kolkata. Air India, AirAsia, SpiceJet, and IndiGo are popular flight operators on this route.

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Flights from Srinagar to Imphal


About Imphal Airport

Imphal Airport (IATA code: IMF) is a domestic airport located 8 km to the south of the Imphal city and was earlier used during the Battle of Imphal. Today, it stands as the second international airport after Guwahati and the third-largest airport serving the northeastern region.

There is one running domestic and international terminal at the airport, spread across 7500 sq m. It has 10 check-in counters and offers services like free trolleys, lost and found assistance, wheelchair for senior citizens and the physically challenged, a medical room, and a VIP room for passenger convenience. Auto-rickshaws and bus services are available to travel to various places from the airport. The Imphal Railway Station is just 4.2 km away from the airport.

Currently, the airport facilitates flights from Guwahati, Kolkata, Dimapur, New Delhi, Shillong, Aizawl, and Agartala. The airlines operating here include IndiGo, Alliance Air, and Air India.

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About Imphal

Imphal is the capital city of Manipur and surrounded by snow-capped peaks and lush green hills. The place has amazing natural caves, lakes, a variety of flora and fauna, and tea estates. Kangla Fort is a grand structure in the city's heart on the Imphal riverbanks and shows the glorious past of its rulers.This city was once the seat of Manipur Kings before British rule was established here. In 1944, Anglo-Indian forces made history here as they defeated the Japanese on behalf of the Burmese during World War II. Today, Imphal is a significant trade centre famous for brassware, weaving, and other cottage industries. Ima Keithel or Ima Market is a prime attraction of Imphal. It is one of the world's largest all-women markets. You can buy amazing handcrafts, bamboo & cane products, and pottery articles from the local market. Additionally, the Imphal College, Dhana Manjari College, and Imphal Training Centre are recognised for providing excellent education. Considering the favourable weather conditions, the best time to visit Imphal is between September to April, right before the onset of summer and the ending of monsoons.

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INA Museum

Indian National Army Museum is also known as the INA Martyr’s Memorial. It is dedicated to the soldiers of the Indian National Army. The memorial is made as a replica of the INA War Memorial in Singapore. The memorial also has a museum and a statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who hoisted the tricolour here for the first time while taking over as the Commander-in-chief during World War II.

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ISKCON Imphal-Sri Radha Krishna Chandra Temple

Dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha, ISKCON Imphal is situated near the banks of River Imphal and features a unique form of architecture. It is made up of bricks, which are coated with white cement, giving it a distinct grandeur. Remember to observe the corridor with natural lighting, providing clear visibility of the Sankirtan area.

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Kangla Fort

Kangla Fort, an ancient fort situated in Imphal, was initially built covering the banks of the River Imphal. Although currently, its ruins are situated only in the western part of the river, this fort also houses the Kangla Museum. It boasts two galleries, which showcase the history of Manipur rulers and archeological excavations.

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Loktak Lake

It is known to be one of the largest freshwater lakes in India, with distinct floating circular swamps known as Phumdis. There is a national park named Keibul Lamjao National Park on this lake, which is a floating park and can be found nowhere else in the world. This national park serves as a refuge area for the endangered species Sangai, the state animal of Manipur, also known as brow-antlered deer. Additionally, it is home to 230 aquatic plant species, 100 types of birds, and 400 species of fauna, making it a delightful experience for nature lovers.

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Shirui Hills

Shirui Hills are located in the Shirui-Kashong Range and are famous as home to the rare Shirui Lily. It is Manipur’s state flower, which blooms in the middle of May every year. Over 1000 types of flower plants can be seen here, along with endangered bird species like Manipur’s state bird Nongyin.

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Shri Govindajee Temple

Dedicated to Lord Krishna and Radha, this is a Vaishnava temple located near the Maharaja Palace. It was constructed in 1846. There are two parts of this temple, one is the outer jacket, and the second is the inner sanctum, where you can find plaster and wooden idols of the deities Krishna, Jagannath, Balabhadra, and Subhadra.


About Srinagar Airport

Srinagar Airport is also known as the Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, and its IATA code is SXR. The airport is 10.3 km from the city centre and facilitates both domestic and seasonal Hajj flights. There is one terminal here, mainly operating regional flights and running flights to Jeddah during the Hajj season. The services here include luggage trolleys, wheelchair assistance, and medical facilities for the convenience of passengers. The railway station is just 14 km from the airport. You can use a bus, taxi, or auto-rickshaw to get to the airport from the city. main cities connected to Srinagar via air include Delhi, Jammu, Mumbai, Amritsar, Hyderabad, and Chandigarh. The airlines operating out of Srinagar Airport include Air India, FlexFlight, IndiGo, and AirAsia.

About Srinagar

Srinagar is located 1730 m above sea level in the Kashmir Valley and is Jammu and Kashmir's summer capital. Known by different names, such as Paradise on Earth and Venice of the East, the city has a lot of different experiences to offer. It has amazing houseboats and Mughal gardens. The ancient religious sites and historical buildings portray its glorious past. Sri Pratap Singh Museum has the artefacts obtained from excavations, including skeletons of animals, portal of Neolithic-Mesolithic and Neolithic eras, tools, and arrowheads, pointing to its neolithic history.

The place has 1000-year-old mosques and temples. Among these, Shankaracharya Temple, Jestheswar Temple, Jama Masjid, Masjid of Akhund Mullah, and Hazratbal Mosque are popular.

Srinagar has spicy dishes. The place is popular for saffron production, which is a popular and expensive spice. The weather is pleasant throughout the year with scarce rainfall. Even so, the best time to visit Srinagar is between October to April, when the winter is not at its peak. There is a good bus, rail, and air connectivity with nearby cities.

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Dal Lake

Dal is a famous lake in Srinagar and is one of the major tourist attractions lying on the foothills of Mount Shridhara. The Dal lake is also known as Srinagar’s Jewel and the Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir. It is a sight to behold in July-August as lotuses bloom here in the floating garden.

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Pari Mahal

Translated as Angel’s abode, Pari Mahal is an ancient monument located atop the Zabarwan Mountain Range. The Mughal Prince Dara Shikoh constructed this seven-terraced garden during the mid-1600s. It was also used as an observatory, which came in handy to teach both astronomy and astrology.

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Sonamarg is a hill station, situated in the Ganderbal District of Jammu and Kashmir. It is located approximately 79 km from Srinagar and literally means a Meadow of Gold. The best time to visit Sonamarg is around late April, as the road is open for transport and offers beautiful views of the snow peaks.

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Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden

Previously known as the Model Floriculture Centre, this is a popular tulip garden of Jammu and Kashmir. Credited for being one of the largest tulip gardens in Asia, it is  spread over 30 hectares. It is home to some of the rarest types of tulips, such as the Queen of the Night.  It also hosts a popular festival, which is held during March and May annually.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are approximately 10-12 indirect flights from Srinagar to Imphal every day.

The first flight leaves at 7:55 am from Srinagar and reaches Imphal at 4:40 pm. The flight flies through Guwahati International Airport and the New Delhi International Airport, although this is subject to change.

The minimum flight time from Imphal to Srinagar is 8 hours and 45 minutes. Since there is no direct flight between the two airports, one has to take a connecting flight that will fly through Guwahati International Airport to Srinagar International Airport.

The IATA code of Imphal Airport is IMF, while the IATA code for Srinagar International airport is SXR.

Air India operates the most number of flights from Imphal to Srinagar. However, IndiGo and AirAsia also operate flights on this route.

Whether one can carry their food depends on the airline operator with whom they are flying. Different airline operators have different policies regarding flyers carrying their food. Travellers should check in with their operators before carrying their food to avoid confusion.

Srinagar International Airport is located 10.3 km away from the main city of Srinagar. One can book a cab, local taxi or take a bus to reach the airport and board a flight.

The best time to visit Srinagar is between October to April, when the winter is not at its peak.

Some of the best places to see in Srinagar include Dal Lake, Wular Lake, Shalimar Bagh, Nishat Garden, and Nigeen Lake.

The main languages spoken in Srinagar are Kashmiri, Dogri, Hindi, Urdu, and English.

The city is situated on both sides of the Jhelum River, which flows through Kashmir.

Some of the popular places to visit in Imphal include Kangla Palace, Manipur State Museum, Loktak Lake, Three Mothers Art Gallery, and Moirang Village.

The best time to visit Imphal is between September to April, right before the onset of summer and the ending of monsoons.

Ningol Chakouba, Yaoshang, Kang, and Heikru Hitongba are some of the most popular festivals of Imphal.

Manipuri is the most common language of Imphal. People here speak Hindi and English as well.
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Airport Information

Imphal Tiddim Road, Malom Tulihal, Manipur 795140

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