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The road distance between the two cities is around 835 km and it takes around 17 hours to travel by road from Nagpur to Bhubaneswar, but with IndiGo’s promising fleet you can cover the distance in as short as 6 hours.
IndiGo operates daily connecting flights from Nagpur to Bhubaneswar, with a layover in major cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi and Kolkata.
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You may explore the return flight options to Nagpur from amongst IndiGo’s daily Bhubaneswar to Nagpur flights. You may also want to travel to other destinations from Bhubaneswar. Following are the flights available:
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Bhubaneswar is the capital city of the state of Odisha since 1949 after it replaced Cuttack. It was historically depicted as EkamraKshetra (Temple city). It is the assemblage of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain heritage boasting of some of the finest Kalingan temples. With many ancient temples having Kalinga architecture, Bhubaneswar is referred to as a ‘Temple City of India’.
Some of the popular temples in Bhubaneswar are Lingaraj Temple built in 11th century AD, Mukteshwar Temple built in 10th century AD, Brahmeshwar Temple built in 11th century AD, Rajarani Temple built in 10th century AD and Yogini Temple built in 9-10th century AD.
Bhubaneswar has a lot when it comes to the list of things to do, like a visit to hot water springs or the majestic temples. One can also go shopping at artisans’ villages like Pipli or BDA City Centre to experience the Amusement park.
Although known as ‘Temple City’, Bhubaneswar has much more than that, from architectural marvels to natural beauties. One may visit Nandankanan Zoo to get a glimpse of many kinds of mammals, species of birds and varieties of reptiles or one can visit Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves, Odisha State Museum, Pathani Samanta Planetarium, Indira Gandhi Park and Tribal Museum.
Shopping is one of the best activities in the city with a variety of options such as Utkalika for handloom and handicraft products, Esplanade Mall for stylish products and dress materials, Orissa Modern Art Gallery, Epari Govindam Pvt. Ltd. for traditional sarees and lehengas, Soumya Handicraft and Ekamra Haat for colourful handloom sarees and suits.
Bhubaneswar is well-connected by train and bus to other cities within and outside the State. For transport within the city, a large number of buses operated by Dream Team Sahara (DTS) and OSRTC (Odisha State Road Transport Corporation) are available. There is a very popular ‘Jugnoo Auto Service’ which is an app-based auto service. Ola & Uber caps also operate in the city. There are also many options for ‘Rent a car’ on a self-drive and Chauffeur-driven basis.
The best time to visit the city is from October to March as the temperature is low and the weather is pleasant. Although one may also want to visit the city during monsoon season (June to September) to experience the scenic beauty, it is this time when the city experiences heavy rainfall.
Bhubaneswar has a tropical climate. The average temperature in summers is around 30°C & in winters around 24°C. June to September, the Monsoon season experiences heavy rainfall and December is the driest month.
IndiGo offers domestic flights and international flights to and from Biju Patnaik International Airport (IATA: BBI), also known as the Bhubaneswar Airport, being the primary airport serving Bhubaneswar. To know more visit the flight schedule page on IndiGo’s official website.
Nagpur is the third largest city in India and is the winter capital of the State of Maharashtra. It is famous for oranges and is called ‘The Orange city’, and is the major centre of trade for oranges. It is also known for ‘Deekshabhoomi’, the largest hollow Stupa amongst the Buddhist Stupas in the world. It is also called ‘Tiger Capital of India’ due to many tiger reserves being located in and around the city. The regional office of ‘National Tiger Conservation Authority’ is located here.
The city has several places of tourist attractions such as Seminary hill-to get the breath-taking view of the city, Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary, Khindsi Lake, Sitabuldi Fort that lies on two hillocks, Ramtek Temple, Dragon Palace Buddhist Temple, Maharajbagh Zoo and Japanese Rose Garden.
Nagpur has many great shopping places to offer like Sitabuldi Main road-the oldest shopping area in Nagpur, Dharampeth Shopping Street-the busiest shopping street in the city, Sarafa Bazaar- the Telipura Electronics Market, Sadar Bazar, Central Mall, Empress City Mall, Eternity Mall and Millenium Shopping Mall.
Nagpur is well-connected by road and rail to other major cities in India. For commuting within the city, a local bus network operated by NMPL (Nagpur Mahanagar Parivahan Limited) is available. There are also plenty of auto-rickshaws and App-based Taxis like Ola, Uber and Taxi for Sure. Also, the passenger trains connect within Nagpur District.
The hot season in the city is for around two months from April to June, with an average temperature being 39°C. The cold season is for around three months, from November to February, with an average temperature of 30°C. The city witnesses most of the rainfall between June and September.
IndiGo offers domestic flights and international flights to and from Dr Babasaheb International Airport (IATA: NAG), serving the city of Nagpur. To know more visit the flight schedule page on IndiGo’s official website.
Can I do web check-in using IndiGo’s mobile app?
Yes. A web check-in can be done either using IndiGo’s website or mobile app.
What is the ticket Cancellation procedure on IndiGo’s domestic flight tickets?
For procedures like cancellation of booking, visit IndiGo’s official website.
Are there any direct Nagpur to Bhubaneswar flights?
No, there are no direct flights between Nagpur and Bhubaneswar. All flights are connecting via major cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Delhi and Kolkata.
How much is the Baggage Allowance for domestic flights?
For hand baggage, one bag weighing up to 7 kg is allowed. In addition to one piece of hand baggage, customers can carry one personal article such as a laptop or a ladies’ purse weighing up to 3 kg.
Can I check flight’s PNR status through IndiGo’s app or website?
Yes, you can easily check the PNR status through IndiGo’s booking or website.
What are the rules regarding Check-in for domestic flights?
Check-in counters close 45 minutes prior to departure time. Boarding gates close 25 minutes prior to departure time.
Is smoking allowed on IndiGo flights?
No, smoking is strictly prohibited on all IndiGo flights and is considered as an offence.