Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport Jessore Rd Dum Dum, Kolkata West Bengal 700052
Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport Amausi Lucknow Uttar Pradesh 226009

Kolkata to Lucknow Flights

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About Lucknow

Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh, was really known as the Awadh district. Today, it is the administrative headquarters of Lucknow District and Lucknow Division. Tenderly known as the 'City of Nawabs' or the 'City of Tehzeeb', it has reliably been a city stacked up with changing societies. It's brilliant meandering aimlessly nurseries, neighbourly characteristics, fine-cooking, music, and verse (shayari), had found help in the Shia Nawabs of the city who esteemed Persian. The city has been given various names also, for instance, The Constantinople of India, Shiraz-I-Hind, and the Golden City of the East.

Today, it is known as one of the huge urban networks of the country, which is as of now ascending in various parts, for example, retailing, gathering, and business. Lucknow carries a unique component to its explorers, which is a perfect mix of its rich traditions and the bleeding edge advancement of new-quirks. The proportional is its USP. After Kanpur, it is the second greatest city of Uttar Pradesh.

Places to shop:

  • Hazratganj
  • Aminabad
  • Chowk
  • Alambagh
  • Nakhas
  • Yahiyaganj
  • Janpath market
  • Bhootnath market
  • Fun Republic Mall

Places to visit:

  • Bara Imambara
  • Chota Imambara
  • British Residency
  • Rumi Darwaza
  • Chattar Manzil
  • Dilkusha Kothi
  • Husainabad Clock Tower
  • Amrapali Water Park
  • Four Seasons Fun City Water Park
  • Indira Gandhi Planetarium
  • Ambedkar Park
  • Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden
  • State Museum
  • Ram Manohar Lohiya Park
  • Gomti Riverfront Park
  • Janeshwar Mishra Park
  • Chandrika Devi Temple
  • Jama Masjid
  • Constantia House
  • Satkhanda

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About Kolkata

Kolkata, formerly called Calcutta, is the capital of West Bengal state and past capital (1772–1911) of British India. It is maybe the greatest city and one of its huge ports. The city is focused on the east bank of the Hugli (Hooghly) River, when the guideline channel of the Ganges, around 154 km upstream from the pioneer of the Bay of Bengal; there the port city made as a point of transshipment from water to show up and from the conduit to sea. A city of business, transport, and generation, Kolkata is the predominant urban focal point of eastern India.

The city's last name, Calcutta, is an anglicised adjustment of the Bengali name Kalikata. As shown by a couple, Kalikata is gotten from the Bengali word Kalikshetra, connoting 'Ground of (the goddess) Kali.'

Shaped by the pioneer British in the method for a staggering European capital—anyway now set in one of the least lucky and most overpopulated regions of India—Kolkata has formed into a city of sharp contrasts and irregularities. Kolkata has retained strong European effects and beat the obstructions of its traveler legacy in order to find its own one of a kind phenomenal character. In the process, it made an amalgam of East and West that found its appearance in the life and works of the nineteenth century Bengali world-class and its most basic figure, the author and mystic Rabindranath Tagore.

Modes of transportation:

  • Bus
  • Tram
  • Local trains
  • Taxi
  • Metro
  • Auto-rickshaw
  • Ferry

Places to visit:

  • Victoria Memorial
  • Indian Museum
  • Fort William
  • Belur Math

Airport: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport is an international airport serving the City of Joy, Kolkata. The airport code is CCU.

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FAQs about Kolkata to Lucknow flights

Where can I get good offers on flights for Kolkata to Lucknow route?

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What is the name and code of Lucknow airport?

Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport, located at Amausi, is the primary airport serving the city of Lucknow. The airport code is LKO.

When is the earliest and last flight from Kolkata to Lucknow?

The flight schedules are subject to change, refer to the IndiGo flight schedule page for the latest information on this. 

Do I have to pay for my meals if I book an IndiGo Kolkata to Lucknow flight?

IndiGo brings a range of delectable yet easy on pocket snacks and beverages options onboard. One can also enjoy the comfort of pre-booking their preferred food and beverages. To have a look at our menu, visit IndiGo Food Menu

What is the refund policy for my flight cancellation?

Find out each detail regarding flight cancellation and refund at IndiGo Refund Policy.

How far is Lucknow airport from the city?

It lies about 13km from the city centre. 

What is the best time to visit Lucknow?

The best time to visit Lucknow in summers is until March.

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