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HomeDomestic Flights > Kolkata to Agartala Flights

Kolkata to Agartala Flights

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About Agartala

The capital city of the Indian state of Tripura, Agartala is tagged as the second largest city in the North-east of India after Guwahati. The name Agartala is combination of two words, ‘Agar’ which is a kind of a valuable perfume tree and ‘Tala’ which means ‘a store house’. Agartala lies on the banks of the Haora River which is 2 kms away from the border.

Agartala is known to be be one of the fastest developing cities, with its selection into The Smart Cities Mission by the Government of India. This is an urban renewal and retrofitting program wherein the Government aims to develop 100 cities across the country to make them citizen friendly and sustainable.

The other six capitals of the north-eastern states of India are largely hilly; Agartala is unique as it lies on the western end of the magnificent Ganga-Brahmaputra plain of Bangladesh. It also shares the culture, language and cuisine with this neighbouring nation. Another peculiar fact is its connection with the Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore as both the King’s and Tagore’s families knew each other for generations.

Agartala is known for palaces, temples, and its rich history of the Manikya kings. The bamboo handicrafts, the locally hand-woven shawls and textiles are also popular. It is believed that one of the ruling Manikya kings, Birchandra Manikya prepared a masterplan for Agartala, which was said to be one of the first modern concepts of urban planning.

About Agartala Airport

Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport or the Agartala Airport is located at Singherbil, 12 km (7miles) northwest of the city of Agartala. It is the third busiest airport in Northeast India. It is currently a domestic airport but is set to become the third (after Imphal) largest international airport in the north east of India by 2020, as per the Airport Authority of India (AAI).

It has a single terminal for operating domestic flights; there are direct flights to Kolkata, Guwahati, Imphal and Bengaluru.

Places to visit in Agartala

Ujjayanta Palace

Previously a royal house, this structure was built during 1899-1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya. A regular visitor or Tripura gave this two-storied mansion its name, ‘Ujjayanta Palace’. Boasting a mixed type of architecture with three domes, the central one being a whopping 86 feet high. The wonderfully crafted doors, magnificent floor tiles and curved wooden ceiling make it noteworthy.

The palace is set with huge Mughal style gardens and pools, is beautified with pools and gardens. The additional beautification is done with illuminating it with flood lighting and also the fountains make it even prettier.

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary

A perfect destination to enjoy the nature, lazy boat rides, witnessing a variety of wildlife. One single place has a lot to offer. The lakes within the place provide boating facility. The sanctuary is also an academic and research centre.

You can spot tourists visiting this sanctuary all year long particularly because of its offerings. The sanctuary is home to more than 150 varieties of residential and migratory birds. One can also spot the rare and famous spectacles monkey here.

The other attractions include rubber and coffee plantations, a botanical garden, zoo, orchid garden and elephant joy rides.

Tripura Sundari Temple

This temple is located 55 km away from Agartala and holds and mythological and historical importance. The Tripura Sundari Temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas and is believed to be the place where the toe of the right foot of Sati fell. It is said that Lord Vishnu, who is one of the Hindu Trinity of Gods has cut Sati into 51 pieces with his Sudarshan Chakra and the places where her parts fell became Shakti Peethas.

The unique attraction of the temple is that it is in the shape of a tortoise which is also known as Kurma Peeth. Hunderds of pilgrims visit here on daily basis and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations.

Neer Mahal

It is a recommended tourist spot when you are on a visit to Agartala. The Neer Mahal is the largest palace of its kind on the Indian subcontinent. It is located right in the middle of the Rudrasagar Lake. ‘The Lake Palace of Tripura’ is one of the two water palaces that India has.

The main attraction of the historic place is the contemporary water sports activity which the board undertakes. The ‘Neer Mahal Water Festival’ is an event wherein boat races are organised and a huge number of people visit the Mahal only to take part in this event.

Buddha Temple

This temple is the evidence of the Buddhist influence on the people of Agartala. It was constructed in 1946 and boasts two idols of Buddha and Bodhisattva, believed to be having Burmese origin.

The archaeological evidences have highlighted that Buddhists have been inhabitants of this region since ancient times. The religious site has surrounding gardens which enhance the beauty of the temple premises.

About Kolkata

Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta) is the capital city of the Indian state of West Bengal. The third most populous city in India, Kolkata 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.

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.


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

A: On an average around 14 non-stop flights fly from Kolkata to Agartala every day.

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

A: The flight duration is approximate of 1 hour and 05 minutes (non-stop flight) from Kolkata to Agartala.

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

A: The average airfare (one way) for the flights from Kolkata to Agartala is Rs. 2338.

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

A: Ginger Agartala, Hotel Sonar Tori Agartala, and Hotel Welcome Palace are a few popular hotels to stay in Agartala.

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

A: Air India, and IndiGo airlines operating flights from Kolkata to Agartala.

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

A: The first non-stop flight from Kolkata to Agartala is at 07:20 operated by IndiGo.

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

A: The last non-stop flight from Kolkata to Agartala is at 18:10 by Air India.

Q: Which airlines operate direct flights from Kolkata to Agartala?

A: Air India, and IndiGo are the only airlines which operate direct flights from Kolkata to Agartala.

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Kolkata Airport Info

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

Agartala Airport Info

Agartala Airport (IXA), Agartala, India.

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