Chandigarh airport handles domestic flights. Flights to Chandigarh arrives from Delhi, Mumbai and Jammu.
Chandigarh is a capital of both the Indian states of Punjab and Haryana. But the city of Chandigarh is a Union Territory and not a part of either Indian state. Chandigarh is administered by the central government from Delhi.
Flights to Chandigarh is purely domestic; there are no direct international flights to Chandigarh.
Flights to Chandigarh are operated by the Indian national carrier Indian, the premium private airline Jet Airways and the low cost (or budget) airline Air Deccan.
There are 28 flights to Chandigarh of short haul distances. The biggest aircraft servicing Chandigarh is a 32S with 145 seats. The smallest commercial aircraft operated by a civil airline company is an ATR with 72 seats.
The frequency of flights to Chandigarh is maximum from the following places:
Indian operates a daily flight from the national capital of Delhi to Chandigarh. The aircraft has 145 seats on that flight.
Jet Airwaysoperate a daily flight from Delhi to Chandigarh. The passenger capacity is 136 passengers per aircraft per flight. Jet Airways have an enviable reputation for on-time arrival and departure; and so business travelers prefer the flight.
The low cost carrier Air Deccanalso operates a flight to Chandigarh from Delhi. The Air Deccan aircraft has a passenger capacity of 46 persons. Air Deccan also operates a daily flight to Chandigarh from Jammu with an aircraft capacity of 46 seats.
Last Updated on : 2 July 2013