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HomeDomestic Flights > Bengaluru to Pune Flights

Bengaluru to Pune Flights

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About Pune

The city where one of the greatest Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was raised, the city of Pune is a classic example of historic, modern culture as well as architecture. It is popularly known as the cultural capital of the state of Maharashtra dude to its rich and age old heritage. It was also the base of the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire. You will be surprised to know the charming Marathi culture the city practices whole-heartedly.

The city of Pune is an important hub for education as it is home to number of colleges and popular universities where people from around the world enrol for educational and other courses.

The best time to visit the city in the monsoon season, between July and September which makes it quite an unlikely trend. The months October to March are pleasant and cool and one can have a good time in the city. The summer month have a relatively high temperature and visiting the city in the months of April-June is not recommended.

The city is well connected with public transport. Radio taxis, auto-rickshaws, state-owned buses operate in and around the city.

About Pune Airport

The Pune or Poona airport is located at an approximate distance of 10 km or 6.2 miles north-east of the city. Both domestic as well as international flights are operated from a single terminal. Though in the coming future, the construction of an additional terminal would be mandatory as the operating flights are increasing.

Places to visit in Pune

Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati Temple

One of the most visited place in Pune, the temple of the elephant-god, (named as Ganpati) of the Hindu mythology. A trader, businessman and a sweet maker, Dagdusheth Halwai was the founder of this temple. The temple is one of the major attractions in the whole state of Maharashtra and thousands of people visit here every year. Visiting the temple during the 10-day Ganeshotsav is highly recommended, as the grandeur of the celebration is worth witnessing.

Shaniwar Wada Palace

The seat of the Peshwas of the Maratha Empire, the Shaniwar Wada Palace is a remarkable and historical landmark in the city of Pune. Shaniwar Wada was also the centre of Indian politics in the 18th century. In 1828, the fort was destroyed by a huge fire; later the remains of the majestic Palace were transformed to become a tourist site. The beautiful doorways, the chandeliers, the polished marble with Persian rugs make the place even more wonderful.

The Aga Khan Palace

Built by Sultan Muhammed Shah Aga Khan III in 1892, this palace is yet another popular landmark in Pune city and also one of the biggest in India. It is spread on 19 acres of land which includes the palace, lawns and other surrounding spaces. This palace was declared as a monument of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India. It also served as a prison for Mahatma Gandhi, his wife Kasturba Gandhi (who also died here) and Sarojini Naidu during the Indian freedom movement.

Peacock Bay

Owned by the National Defence Academy in Pune, the Peacock Bay is a popular spot in Pune and is a part of the Khadakwasla Dam’s lake. As the name suggests, there are large number of peacocks found near the location and hence the name. It is known for the watermanship training programmes which are held there. The Bay provides with a peaceful atmosphere and pleasant scenery to the visitors.

Osho Ashram

Located in Koregaon Park, the Osho Ashram is a place to escape in the laps of peace and tranquillity. It is spread across 32 acres of land and is famous on the name of its founder, Rajneesh Chandra Mohan Jain, popularly known as Osho Rajneesh among people. The crowd pulling factor is the calm surroundings and the yoga and meditation which promise the visitors a rejuvenating experience.

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 Pune?

A: On average there are around 19 non-stop flights fly from Bengaluru to Pune.

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

A: It takes an approximate of 1 hours and 25 minutes to fly from Bengaluru to Pune.

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

A: Rs. 1877 is the average airfare (one way) for the flights from Bengaluru to Pune.

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

A: Radisson Blu Pune Hinjawadi, Four Points By Sheraton Hotel And Serviced Apartments, and Crowne Plaza Pune City Centre are a few popular hotels to stay in Pune.

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

A: The top airlines operating from Bengaluru to Pune are AirAsia, Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara.

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

A: The first early morning flight from Bengaluru to Pune is at 03:05 operated by IndiGo.

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

A: The last flight from Bengaluru to Pune is at 23:30 by GoAir.

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

A: AirAsia, Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara are some of the airlines which operate direct flights from Bengaluru to Pune.

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Bengaluru Airport Info

Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), Bangalore, India.

Pune Airport Info

Pune Airport (PNQ), Pune, India.

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