Cheap Flights to Nagpur


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Cheap Flights to Nagpur

Famous as the 'Orange City', Nagpur is a major trade center of Oranges. Nagpur is also known as the winter capital of Maharashtra. Not only is Nagpur beautifully developed but also the second greenest city of India, and now with cheap flights available all around, it is very easy to visit this beautiful city.

All it will take is a minute of yours to book you with the cheapest flight available.

The following is a list of some of the cheap flights to Nagpur from the major cities of India:

Flights from New Delhi to Nagpur

  • Air India- 5355 Indian Rupees
  • Spice Jet- 5455 Indian Rupees
  • Jet Lite- 9823 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Nagpur then in Mumbai)
  • Go Air- 10638 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
Flights from Mumbai to Nagpur

  • Jet Lite- 4234 Indian Rupees
  • Air India- 4584 Indian Rupees
  • Jet Airways- 8060 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Hyderabad)
  • Air India- 11618 Indian Rupees (changes planes in New Delhi)
  • Kingfisher- 13588 Indian Rupees (changes planes in New Delhi)
Flights from Bengaluru to Nagpur

  • Indigo- 5436 Indian Rupees
  • Jet Lite- 5486 Indian Rupees
  • Jet Konnect- 6120 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
  • Air India- 9370 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
Flights from Kolkata to Nagpur

  • Indigo- 5184 Indian Rupees
  • Jet Airways- 9068 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
  • Air India- 11218 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
Flights from Chennai to Nagpur

  • Jet Airways- 6918 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
  • Jet Konnect- 7510 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Hyderabad)
  • Air India- 10368 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Mumbai)
Flights from Pune to Nagpur

  • Jet Konnect- 5735 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Hyderabad)
  • Indigo- 8033 Indian Rupees
  • Kingfisher Red- 10170 Indian Rupees (changes planes in Bangalore)
  • Air India- 11618 Indian Rupees (changes planes in New Delhi)
*Disclaimer: All prices mentioned are subject to changes. All Inclusive fares include surcharges and fees. One way fares are only mentioned. Special discounts can be availed at round trips.



Last Updated on 2/16/2012



     


     

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