Flights to Kanpur

Kanpur is one of the most happening and largest industrial cities of Uttar Pradesh. Here, you will find the biggest tanneries, not only in India, but in the entire South Asia. Some of the must-visit places for tourists include zoo, garden, religious temples, historic places, natural lakes, and many more.

Kanpur is considered among the top ten industrial cities of India. The total GDP of Kanpur, in PPP terms, is US$ 22 billion. Some of the main employment generators are industries producing leather products, textiles, engineering, hosiery, pan masala, soaps, two-wheelers, chemicals, and fertilizers. Many large private-sector units are present here. The city is also becoming an increasingly preferred destination for outsourcing.

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Kanpur airport is also called Chakeri Air Force Station. You will find flights to Delhi from this airport. The airline operating here is Air India. Whether it is free baggage-handling or other safety features, you will find all of them in the Kanpur airport. For physically challenged persons and senior citizens, free wheelchairs are also available. You will also find snack bars and other shops in the terminal.

Car rental and taxi services are available from the airport. Buses also connect airport to the city. The railway station is also located within 10 km of the airport.

More Information on Kanpur

This city is spread over an area of 605 sq km, and has a population of 2,767,031. The languages spoken here are Urdu, Hindi, and English.

Some of the must-visit places in Kanpur are:
  • Moti Jheel
  • Phool Bagh
  • Allen Forest Zoo
  • Gora Kabristan
  • Kanpur Memorial Church
  • Massacre Ghat
  • The historic Boodha Bargad tree
  • Moti Jheel
  • Valmiki Ashram
  • Patthar Ghat
  • Jain Glass Temple
  • Bhittargaon Temple
  • Saja ud Daulah Mosque
  • Lav Kush Barrage
October to March is the best time to visit Kanpur.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018

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