Amritsar Airlines

The Amritsar Airlines connects 29 cities. Amritsar is the famous pilgrimage center of the Sikhs located in Punjab. The airlines serving Amritsar Airport are Air India, Jet Airways, Indian Airlines, Air Slovakia, Turkmenistan Airlines, Uzbekistan Airways, Transaero, Uzbekistan Airways, Air Deccan, Ariana Afghan Airlines.
Amritsar is a beautiful city, the Golden Temple, which lies by the Amritsarovar (lake of the necter of immortality), gives the city its name and spiritual significance. It is considered as a holy place by the people of all religion. Since it is a pilgrimage center, Amritsar is a populated city.

Amritsar Airlines is one of the most popular airlines in India. Amritsar Airlines offers best services to the customers. Tickets for the flights of Amritsar Airlines are easily available. The Amritsar International Airport is known as Raja Sansi International Airport. All types of passenger facilities are available. On line booking facilities are available in Amritsar Airlines Flights are available on daily basis to international destinations like Amritsar to Birmingham, Amritsar to Bratislava, Amritsar to London, Amritsar to Moscow, Amritsar to Ashbagat. Amritsar to Sarjah and Amritsar to Kabul.

Airlines like Air India, Jet Airways, Air Deccan, SpiceJet have low cost tickets, which can be booked over the phone and the net.

Last Updated on : 09/05/2013



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