Flights from Varanasi


The numerous flights from Varanasi connects the city to the rest of India. There are many flights operating from Varanasi. The airport is situated in the north west part of the city at a distance of 22 km in the Babatpur district.

Varanasi attracts many domestic and foreign tourists through out the year. The flights from Varanasi makes their communication much easier and comfortable.

The other nearest airport is at a distance of 120 km at Allahabad that connects Uttar Pradesh with rest of the country.

Flights operating from Varanasi



There are many flights that operate on a regular basis and keep Varanasi connected to Delhi, Mumbai, Agra and Khajuraho. The important airlines operating in that area are:
  • Indian Airlines- Indian Airlines has made Varanasi accessible to Agra, Khajuraho, Delhi and Mumbai. Flights from Indian Airlines operate on a daily basis from Varanasi to this places.

  • Jet Airways
    The Jet Airways Flights operate from Varanasi to Delhi on a regular basis

  • Kingfisher
    Kingfisher makes the journey from Varanasi to Delhi a smooth and an easy affair

  • Spicejet
    This airlines keeps Varanasi connected to Delhi on a daily basis

  • Sahara India
    Sahara India has flights from Varanasi to Mumbai 4 times a week and, from Varanasi to Delhi 3 times a week. The airlines also provides flight to Lucknow from Varanasi and keeps the entire region very well connected with the rest of India.

The Varanasi airport is very well equipped with well maintained terminals and car parking area. Some of the flights from Varanasi are very cheap thus catering to almost all economic classes of the society.



Last Updated on 04 May 2011

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