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HomeDomestic Flights > Bengaluru to Kolkata Flights

Bengaluru to Kolkata Flights

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About Kolkata

The third most populous city in India, Kolkata (formerly known Calcutta) is referred to the ‘cultural capital of India’ and is known for its obsession and love of football, the spicy cuisines and the mouth-watering desserts. The city is culturally and historically rich and it emits a colonial old world charm. The British-era buildings are eye candies, historical monuments like the Victoria Memorial, Indian Museum are worth visiting.

The city also has several galleries, theatres celebrating the art forms belonging to Bengal. The contemporary sights are the satellite towns of Salt Lake and Rajarhat, they are the prime corporate hubs of the city and also upcoming business districts.

Travelling in the city is joyous as Kolkata is one of the friendliest cities in the country; the relaxed and easy-going environment shouldn’t be missed. The local transport choices make commuting in the city pretty easy. AC and non-AC buses, metro, vintage taxis, radio cabs, hand-pulled rickshaws and the classic tram are the available options for moving around in the city.

About Kolkata Airport

Located in Dum Dum, the Kolkata airport was previously known as Dum Dum Airport before being renamed after a prominent leader in the Indian Independence movement, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport is located 17 km or 11 miles away from the city centre, is well-connected via roadways and railways.

The airport has a single terminal; large enough to operate both international and domestic flights. It is also the third largest airport in terms of weekly flights. The airport is spread over 2,460 acres of land and the Airport Council International awarded this airport with the title of ‘Best Improved Airport’ in the Asia-pacific region in 2014 & 2015.

Places to visit in Kolkata

Howrah Bridge

A visit to Kolkata is incomplete without witnessing the iconic ‘Harbour bridge of India’, the Howrah Bridge. The bridge is built over the Hooghly River for connecting two major cities Kolkata and Howrah. This place is titled as the ‘oldest but the busiest’ place. The best time to visit is in the evening when you can just gaze the sky, hang out with your friends and admire the beauty of the structure during sunset.

Victoria Memorial

This white marble structure was built to commemorate the death of Queen Victoria the British era. It hosts a whopping 2 million annual visitors and is one of the most popular sightseeing places in the city. The memorial boasts a museum, containing 3,900 paintings and 28,394 artefacts. It is surrounded by 21 gardens and is spread across 57 acres of land.

Tagore’s House

Now turned into a museum, the Tagore House was the residence of one of the most renowned personalities in India, Rabindranath Tagore. This place is also known as ‘Jorasanko Thakur Bari’ and is one of the most important historical places in the city. Tagore House is roof to some extra ordinary paintings by Tagore, his literary works, and a photo gallery.


Get close to the nature, witness surreal landscapes and nature’s breath-taking beauty at Sundarbans. This natural wonder of is a part of the world’s largest delta formed by the Ganges, Brahmaputra, and Meghna. Sundarbans is the largest national park and tiger reserve in the country. It is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Indian Museum

Spread over 40 acres of land, Indian Museum is the largest museum in the country and also the ninth largest in the world. It is the oldest museum, the foundation of which was laid down in 1814. It contains over 100,000 exhibits and has 35 galleries which are divided in 6 categories viz. Geology, Zoology, Archaeology, Anthropology, Art, and Economic Botany.

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’ 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. Some of the popular spots are Bangalore Palace, Tipu Sultan’s Palace, St. Mary’s Basilica, Cubbon Park, Lumbini Gardens, Lalbagh Botanical Gardens. 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.

The airport is located 40 km away from the city centre 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. 


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

A: On an average around <00> non-stop flights fly from Bengaluru to Kolkata every day.

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

A: It takes an approximate of 2 hours and 30 minutes (non-stop) to fly from Bengaluru to Kolkata.

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

A: The average airfare (one way) for the flights from Bengaluru to Kolkata is Rs. 4037.

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

A: Holiday Inn, Radisson, The Lalit Great Eastern, and Hyatt Regency are a few popular hotels to stay in Kolkata.

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

A: The top airlines operating from Bengaluru to Kolkata are GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air india, Vistara, AirAsia, etc.

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

A: The first flight from Bengaluru to Kolkata is at 05:30 operated by IndiGo.

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

A: The last flight from Bengaluru to Kolkata is at 15:40 operated by AirAsia.

Q: Which are the airlines that operate direct flights from Bengaluru to Kolkata?

A: Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, AirAsia are some airlines which operate direct flights from Bengaluru to Kolkata.

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Bengaluru Airport Info

Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Bangalore, India.

Kolkata Airport Info

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU), Kolkata, India.

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