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Srinagar to Kolkata Flights

Are you planning to travel from Srinagar to Kolkata by air? You can book your tickets on Adani One's one-stop platform. Whether it is a Srinagar to Kolkata flight or a Kolkata to Srinagar return flight, Adani One gets the best deals for you. A regularly updated airfare calendar is displayed by Adani One to help you pick the best and most convenient flight. You can also avail of exciting deals and discounts on the Srinagar to Kolkata flight price. All the major airlines like IndiGo, SpiceJet, Go First, Vistara, and Air India are listed on Adani One's platform. We would also recommend booking your return tickets to get special discounts and cashback offers.

Although there are no direct flights between Srinagar and Kolkata, there are many connecting options. More than 30 flights operate on this route daily. IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirAsia, and Air India are the top operators on this route. While direct flights are more comfortable, connecting flights have layovers in cities like New Delhi, Chandigarh, Satwari, and Mumbai. The shortest Srinagar to Kolkata flight duration is approximately 4 hours and 20 minutes. Adani One will help you get great deals on the cheapest Srinagar to Kolkata flights. So, what are you waiting for? Browse Adani One's airfare calendar and go ahead with your online booking of Srinagar to Kolkata flight tickets.

Flights from Srinagar to Kolkata


About Kolkata Airport

The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport (IATA code: CCU) is located 17 km from the city centre. Also known as Dum Dum Airport, it is the fifth-busiest airport in India. This airport has one integrated terminal that handles all domestic, international, and cargo flights.

The airport enjoys seamless connectivity to major cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Guwahati, Silchar, etc. It also offers regular flights to international destinations like Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. Some of the major airlines operating from this airport include IndiGo, SpiceJet, Lufthansa, Emirates, and Singapore Airlines.

This airport offers world-class facilities to ensure a pleasant travelling experience for its passengers. Major amenities include currency exchange, ATMs, Wi-Fi, pharmacy, medical assistance, and baby care facilities. The airport also has duty-free stores. There are also several popular food chains and restaurants where you can try out Bengali delicacies. The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport is well-connected to the other parts of the city. You can reach the airport via bus, cab, train, or metro.

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About Kolkata

The 'City of Joy', Kolkata, is the birthplace of artistic thoughts, modern Indian literature, and Indian nationalism. This city is known for its rich culture and historic architecture. Kolkata was a prominent trading post for the British in the 17th century. Subsequently, it was made the capital of British India until 1911.

Rabindra sangeet, kirtan dance, and trams are the lifelines of this charming city. The melodious tunes of Rabindra sangeet can be heard in every corner of Kolkata. Kolkata is also known for its lip-smacking delicacies. Mishti Doi, Macher Jhol, Awadhi Biryani, Chelo Kebab, Kathi Rolls, and Telebhaja are the must-try dishes here. Grand Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, and the Indian Museum are some of the tourist attractions of Kolkata. It is a multi-lingual metro city that is welcoming to its visitors.

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Belur Math

Founded by Sri Ramakrishna and his disciple Swami Vivekanand, Belur Math is the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Mission and Math. Standing on the western banks of the Hooghly River, this temple is known as a symbol of Hindu, Christian, and Muslim unity.

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Birla Mandir

Another architectural marvel of Kolkata, the Birla Mandir, is an opulent structure dedicated to Goddess Radha and Lord Krishna. This temple is the perfect example of modern-day Rajasthani architecture. The temple is built with pearl white marble and sandstone and features marble carvings on its walls. It is located 4 km from the city centre. Make sure you spare at least 2 hours when visiting this place.

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Howrah Bridge

Also known as Rabindra Setu, Howrah Bridge is one of the world’s longest and busiest cantilever bridges. It is used daily by 100,000 vehicles and innumerable pedestrians. It was built over River Hooghly in 1943.

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Indian Museum

Founded in 1814, the Indian Museum is one of the country’s oldest museums. It has some of the most exquisite collections of rare fossils, ornaments, armours, antiques, skeletons, and mummies. There are multiple galleries, including one housing decorative art, one dedicated to birds, one dedicated to archaeology, and yet another dedicated to coins. When here, you can easily spend 5–6 hours admiring the rich collection.

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M.P. Birla Planetarium

M.P. Birla Planetarium has been in operation since the 1960s. It is the second-largest planetarium in the world. The design of this circular structure is inspired by the Buddhist Stupa at Sanchi. It offers multiple shows on the cosmos and is a must-visit destination when travelling with kids and family.

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Victoria Memorial

Widely touted to be the pride of Kolkata, the Victoria Memorial was built in memory of Queen Victoria by Lord Curzon, the then Viceroy of India. The foundation stone was laid in 1906, and it was opened to the public in 1921. The memorial has a rich collection of British artefacts, lithographs, and paintings.


About Srinagar Airport

Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport (IATA code: SXR) is situated in Badgam. It is 12 km away from the Srinagar city centre. Currently, the airport has two terminals. Terminal 1 caters to domestic flight services, whereas Terminal 2 handles chartered flight operations to international destinations. This terminal is also used during the Hajj season, as it operates flights to Jeddah and Mecca. Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport is well-connected to major cities like Mumbai, New Delhi, Jammu, Chandigarh, Amritsar, and Bengaluru. Go First, IndiGo, Air India, and SpiceJet are the major airline carriers that operate at this airport. Passenger amenities at the airport include child care rooms, medical assistance, and restrooms. Apart from this, it also has a waiting lounge, ATMs, a lost and found counter, services for the disabled, and a security hold area. Eating joints, snack counters, and tourist information desks are also available for the convenience of the passengers. You can shop for traditional silver jewellery, leather items, and Kashmiri handicraft products from the retail stores inside the airport. You can reach Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport by bus, cab, train, or auto-rickshaw.

About Srinagar

Known as the 'Heart of Kashmir', Srinagar is the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir. It is situated at an altitude of 1,730 m above sea level. Because of its abundance of lakes, historians also refer to this beautiful destination as the 'Venice of the East'.

This picturesque city was a significant part of the Maurya Empire, the biggest empire in the history of the Indian subcontinent. The Mauryan empire ruled Srinagar till the 14th century. Later on, the reign of Srinagar went to the Mughals.

Located on the serene banks of the Jhelum River, Srinagar is known for its awe-inspiring lakes, Mughal gardens, Chinar trees, houseboats, and the Himalayan backdrop. These excellent serene surroundings and natural beauty make Srinagar a 'Paradise on Earth'. Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden, Dal Lake, Shankaracharya Temple, and Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary are the major attractions here.

Srinagar is a paradise not only because of its scenic beauty but also because of its food. Srinagar's cuisine is a delectable amalgamation of Kashmiri Pandit, Arab, and Mughal cultures. Rogan Josh, Modur Pulao, Dum Aloo, Yakhini Lamb Curry, and Laydar Tashaman are some of the popular dishes here. The people of Srinagar speak multiple languages, including Hindi, Urdu, and English.

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Dal Lake

Your trip to Srinagar is incomplete without a boat trip on the Dal Lake and spending a night in the traditional colourful houseboat, Shikara. The banks of the lake extend to 15.5 km. It is an important source of commercial fishing and water plant harvesting. During the winters when the temperatures drop to sub-zero, the lake freezes over.

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Shalimar Bagh

Shalimar Bagh is fondly known as the ‘Crown of Srinagar’. It is the largest of the three Mughal gardens in Srinagar and is 14 km away from the city centre. Trees, arched niches, and waterfalls are the major attractions of this bagh.

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Pari Mahal

Pari Mahal, or the ‘Angel's Abode’, is a historical structure situated over Chashma Shahi Gardens. It is an opulent orchid landscape that once used to be a Buddhist monastery. You will need to travel a distance of 10 km from the city centre to reach the Pari Mahal.

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Wular Lake

Wular Lake is the second-largest freshwater lake in Asia. It is a paradise for bird lovers, as they get to spot some of the rarest species here. You can also go for a boat ride, water skiing, and other water sports on this lake.

Frequently Asked Questions

More than 30 flights operate between Srinagar and Kolkata every day.

The first flight from Srinagar to Kolkata departs at 6:55 am, and it is operated by Air India.

The last flight from Srinagar to Kolkata departs at 8:15 pm, and it is operated by IndiGo.

IndiGo, AirIndia, SpiceJet, Vistara, and AirAsia are the top airlines that fly regularly from Srinagar to Kolkata.

The shortest flight from Srinagar to Kolkata takes around 4 hours and 20 minutes to reach the destination.

In general, you can carry dry food items that are properly packed in a spill-proof container. Check with your airline to know more about their policy on carrying food on board.

You can carry up to 15 kg of check-in luggage and 7 kg of cabin baggage on a Srinagar to Kolkata flight. We would recommend confirming the latest weightage limit with your airline.

The official name of Srinagar Airport is Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport, and its IATA code is SXR. Kolkata Airport is officially known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport, and its IATA code is CCU.

No, it is not mandatory to pay insurance charges. However, we advise you to go ahead with it for safety purposes.

Air India has a maximum number of flights on the Srinagar to Kolkata route. Apart from this, IndiGo and AirAsia also operate several flights on this route.

Kalighat Temple, Victoria Memorial, and Howrah Bridge are the top 3 tourist attractions in Kolkata.

Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, Pari Mahal, and Dal Lake are the top places to explore near Srinagar Airport.

Gariahat Market, Hatibagan Market, and Burrabazar Market are the top places to shop in Kolkata.
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Airport Information

Kolkata Jessore Rd, Dum Dum, Kolkata, West Bengal 700052

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