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Flights to / from Agra

Delhi is the nearest metropolitan city to the mesmerizing city of Agra. You can avail several flights to/from Agra to make your journey a more comfortable experience. The route Delhi-Agra has lots of short flights of 40 minutes duration. To reach Agra from Mumbai, Bangalore or Kolkata you need to fly to Delhi first and from there you can take a flight to reach Agra. Delhi is basically a transit point while traveling to Agra.

The Agra airport is also known as the Agra Civil Enclaves and it is located at a distance of 7 km from the Agra city. All domestic flights from major cities can land here. Both public and private airways' services are available from Agra. The Agra airport is only 3 kms away from the city central bus stand, which is also known as the Idgah bus stand.

Like many important travel destinations in India, Agra is conveniently connected to Khajuraho and Varanasi as well. Regular flights connect Agra to these cities. Daily flights to/from Agra's Kheria airport are available from Delhi. Delhi, Jaipur, Gwalior, and Lucknow are the nearest fully equipped airports that offer a choice of carriers. There are other airports around the city that can give you access to flights to/from Agra such as the airport at Gwalior, which is around 105 km away from central Agra, airport at Jaipur which is about 218 km from Agra, and the airport at Lucknow that lies nearly 300 km from Agra.

Passengers availing flights to/from the Agra airport can avail of a range of comprehensive facilities at the airport such as basic refreshment services like snack bars along with a reliable tourist information centre, telephone services, and car parking facilities for arriving and departing passengers.

Agra is one of the hottest tourist destinations in India that is a must see for every tourist. Agra is home to the Taj Mahal - one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Agra city is filled with warm and hospitable people that attract tourist not only within India, but from across the world.

Last Updated On: 2011/07/16

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