Cheap Flights to Kanpur



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Kanpur Airport
India is a country where one can find people from different stratas of society. We have a tendency to expect discounts on almost everything we buy. Thus, to cater to the pockets of majority of people in India, various airlines have introduced comparatively cheaper flights to almost all the important cities of the country.

Flying to Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh in one of these cheap flights will help you save on the cost of traveling and you can utilize the saved amount to shop in the newly constructed lavish malls of the city. It is even better, if you are traveling with your family as the amount saved will be even more in this case. The facilities on plane are bound to be better than the railways and you can boast of your air travels to your relatives and friends.

Flights from New Delhi
  • Air India- 1885 Indian Rupees
Flights from Mumbai
  • Air India- 6185 Indian Rupees
Flights from Chennai
  • Air India- 6270 Indian Rupees
Flights from Bengaluru
  • Air India- 8955 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
Flights from Hyderabad
  • Air India- 7942 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
Flights from Kolkata
  • Air India- 5985 Indian Rupees
* NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.



Last Updated on 22 August 2012

     


     

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