Although there are no direct flights, around 11 connecting flights operate daily from Srinagar to Lucknow. Thus, travellers have a host of flight options and timings to choose from. This has also allowed for hassle-free and simple flight booking between these two cities. Several flight options on this route, including morning, afternoon, and evening flights, also give travellers a multitude of flight options to choose from as per their requirements.
Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport (IATA: LKO), also known as Lucknow Airport, is located in Amausi. Located at about 13 km from the city centre, the Lucknow Airport has two terminals. The Lucknow airport offers various facilities such as a duty-free shops, medical assistance, restaurants, cafes, ATMs, currency exchange services, drinking water fountains, an information desk, luggage storage, and lockers. Taxis and car rentals are available at this airport. Also, bus and metro transportation options are also available as they are near the airport.
The capital city of Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow, is known as the ‘City of Nawabs and Kebabs’. The city is famous for its Islamic architecture, Mughlai cuisine, elegant and heartwarming hospitality, manners, culture, and the Sufiyana feel. It is a tourist attraction due to the various heritage monuments, old bazaars, delectable food, and chikankari embroidery.
The Srinagar Airport, also known as Sheikh ul-Alam International Airport (IATA: SXR), is located in Badgam at a distance of 12 km from the city centre. It handles both domestic and seasonal Haj flights. The Srinagar Airport provides various facilities that include an information counter, ATM, child care room, medical aid, lost and found, services for the disabled, luggage carts, telephones, security hold area, and restrooms.
Located in the heart of the Kashmir Valley on the banks of Jhelum, Srinagar is the summer capital of Jammu & Kashmir. It is known as the ‘City of Lakes’ and is famous for its natural beauty. Srinagar is a fascinating tourist hub mainly for its beautiful picturesque Himalayan backdrop, glittering lakes, rice fields, gardens, waterfronts, houseboats, and shikaras. It is also known for its traditional handicrafts and dry fruits.