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HomeDomestic Flights > Ahmedabad to Bengaluru Flights

Ahmedabad to Bengaluru Flights

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About Bengaluru

Formerly known as Bangalore, Bengaluru is India’s third largest city and the capital of Karnataka state is one of the rapid growing cities in the world. This city is also known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’ (or ‘IT capital of India’) as it is a hub of Information Technology (IT) companies in India. A few more nicknames are Garden City or Green City. The large green spaces, vibrant culture and the contemporary lifestyle have helped Bengaluru earn its own unique reputation.

Spending a week in the city is a cakewalk as it is home to a plenitude of sightseeing spots which include historic monuments and magnificent palaces. The city’s urban space features IT parks, glitzy malls and multiplexes, buzzing pubs, upmarket fashion streets, happening pubs, etc.

Bengaluru is a rich blend of its rich history, modernity, and cultural diversity for its visitors to witness and experience. Commuting in the city is pretty convenient with huge fleet of state-run, private buses, taxis and the metro rail set up by the state authority. The roads are wide, providing a fun drive in and around the city; the climate is excellent throughout and is a wonderful countryside.  

About Bengaluru Airport

Kempegowda International Airport is named after the founder of Bangalore, Kempe Gowda I. It is Karnataka’s first fully solar powered airport by ClearMax Solar. This airport is an alternative to the Hindustan Airport which is also located in Bengaluru.

Terminal 1 hosts both domestic as well as international flights. The airport is being further expanded and a new terminal (Terminal 2) is being built.

The airport is located 40 km or 25 miles away from the city centre near the village of Devanahalli and is well connected to the rest of the city with public and private transport facilities. It is the third busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic in India.

Places to visit in Bengaluru

Bangalore Palace

This palace was built in the year 1878 and currently it is the central attraction in the IT capital of India. A blend of Scottish and Tudor architecture, this wooden structure is an exemplar of great architecture and beauty.

This palace is now a host to various events like rock shows, marriages and also cultural events. The attractions of the palace include fluorescent blue ceramic tiles, a ballroom, some paintings of the famous painter Raja Ravi Varma, the Durbar Hall and the vine-covered walls.

It is believed that King Chamarajendra Wadiyar drew his inspiration for building the palace from the Windsor Castle of London.

St.Mary’s Basilica

This is the oldest church in Bengaluru, and is the only church which has been given the status of a minor basilica. A statue of Mother Mary holding Child Jesus in her arms is present in a beautiful shrine outside the church building. It is believed that in 1875, when the church was being built, the people made an attempt to remove this statue so that it can be installed on an eminent altar inside the church, but they failed to do so and the statue remained immovable. This strange event is considered as a sign of Our Lady’s miraculous power.

This structure is designed in the form of a cross and boasts gothic-style architecture and is designed by a French architect. If you are in Bengaluru around 8th of September, don’t miss the Feast day of the Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary.

Cubbon Park

The Cubbon Park has a long history. It is officially known as Sri Chamarajendra Wodeyar Park. This name was given to the park in order to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of Sri Krishnaraja Wodeyar’s rule in Mysore state, in the year 1927.

It was originally named as Meade’s Park after Sir John Meade who was the acting Commissioner of Mysuru in 1870. It was again renamed as Cubbon Park after Sir Mark Cubbon who is known to be the longest-serving commissioner of the time.

This park is the ‘lung’ of Bengaluru and is spread over 300 acres, has more than 6,000 trees which have supported the vibrant ecosystem of the city. The place is home to some major structures like Cubbon Park Museum, Sheshadri Iyer Memorial Park, and Attara Kacheri. The Bangalore Aquarium which is known to be the second largest aquarium in the country is also present here.

Devenahalli Fort

Devanahalli Fort is located 35 km north of the city of Bangalore and bears historical significance. It was the birthplace and also the residence of the great warrior Tipu Sultan.

It was originally built in 1501; it was passed on to Tipu Sultan after the year 1749. It spreads across a huge area of 20 acres and is a classic example of archaeological brilliance.

The fort is now in a crumbling state and is dilapidated, but it has still managed to retain its grandeur from the yesteryears. If you love witnessing old monuments and huge archaeological monuments, this place is a must visit if you are in Bengaluru.

Bannerghatta National Park

Experience the beautiful rendezvous with nature in its most unadulterated form here at the Bannerghatta National Park. A large assemblage of flora and fauna is present here and it is a treat for nature lovers and wildlife photographers.

It is located 22 km away from Bengaluru and is spread over 104.27 sq km, and was established in the year 1927. The country’s first butterfly park is a part of the Bannerghatta National Park.

The jungle safari is a popular activity here, the assorted collection of wildlife which can be seen here include the Asiatic Lion, Royal Bengal Tiger, sloth bear, spotted dear, leopards, jackal, fox, porcupine and more.

About Ahmedabad

Popularly called as ‘Amdavad’ by the localites, this capital city is the largest in the state of Gujarat. It is also known as the ‘Manchester of India’ as it is the second largest cotton producer in the country. This name was derived because of the similarity of the famous cotton textile centre of Manchester in Great Britain.

Ahmedabad is located on the banks of the Sabarmati River and boasts a rich culture and heritage and has a history of several dynasties and traditions. The city is famous for its variety of delicious food and traditional art forms, one of the most popular being the ‘Garba’ dance performed during the Navratri festival.

It is a famous tourist destination for its religious sites, museums and monuments. It was home to Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi) who lived at Sabarmati Ashram.

It is recommended to visit Ahmedabad in the winter months of November and February as the summer months can be extremely hot. Also, during the Navratri festival and Makar Sankranti festival, both the festivals are a treat to experience.

The Sardar Vallabhai International Airport named after the first Deputy Prime Minister of India, is located in Hansol at an approximate distance of 9 km or 5.6 miles north of central Ahmedabad. It is the seventh busiest airport in India by passenger traffic.

It has a total of four terminals, wherein Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, Terminal 2 for international flights, the other two for secondary traffic and cargo purposes respectively.


Q: How many flights fly every day from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: On an average around 8 non-stop flights fly from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru every day.

Q: What is the flight duration from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: The flight duration is approximate of 2 hours and 20 minutes (non-stop flight) from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru.

Q: What is the average fare for the flights from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: The average airfare (one way) for the flights from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru is Rs. 2977.

Q: Which are the best-rated hotels to stay in Bengaluru?

A: The Lalit Ashok, The Chancery Pavilion, and Clarks Exotica Convention, Resort and Spa are a few popular hotels to stay in Bengaluru.

Q: Which are the top airlines that fly from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: Air India, IndiGo, Spicejet, GoAir, Vistara etc. are some of the top airlines operating from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru.

Q: When is the first flight from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: The first non-stop flight from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru is at 03:05 operated by Air India.

Q: When is the last flight from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: The last non-stop flight from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru is at 23:45 by IndiGo.

Q: Which airlines operate direct flights from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru?

A: Air India, IndiGo, Spicejet, GoAir, are some airlines which operate direct flights from Ahmedabad to Bengaluru.

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Ahmedabad Airport Info

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD), Ahmedabad, India.

Bengaluru Airport Info

Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Bangalore, India.

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