Flights to Amritsar


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Amristar Airport
You can now pay a visit to holy city of Amritsar and pray at the Golden Temple without wasting too much of money and time. All you need to do is book yourself on one of the cheap flights available from the various destinations to Amritsar. You can also avail special discounts on price of return tickets.

Following are some of the cheap flights that you can take to reach Amritsar from major Indian cities. Flights from New Delhi
  • Air India- 1715 Indian Rupees
  • Kingfisher Red- 2434 Indian Rupees
  • Jet Airways Konnect- 5484 Indian Rupees
Flights from Mumbai
  • Air India- 5355 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
  • Kingfisher and Kingfisher Red- 5968 Indian Rupees ( Change planes at New Delhi)
Flights from Bengaluru
  • Kingfisher and Kingfisher Red- 7616 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
  • Air India- 7825 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
Flights from Chennai
  • Kingfisher and Kingfisher Red- 7018 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
  • Air India- 7645 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
  • Jet Airways Konnect- 8318 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
Flights from Kolkata
  • Air India- 7455 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
  • Kingfisher and Kingfisher Red- 8418 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
  • Jet Airways Konnect- 8618 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
* NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.



Last Updated on : 13 October 2011









     


     

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