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Nagpur and Patna are two populous Indian cities that draw thousands of people every day, both for work and tourism. That is why IndiGo operates regular Nagpur to Patna flights. Why take a flight? Because taking a train or bus would take rather long. Besides, Nagpur to Patna lowest airfare is only available on IndiGo. Visit the official IndiGo website or download the app to find out more.
Travellers can also book their return Patna to Nagpur flights on IndiGo.
Because of the rising number of people who need to commute between these two cities, IndiGo operates many connecting flights between Nagpur and Patna with layovers in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata. The duration of your flight will vary from 5 hours 15 minutes to 10 hours 15 minutes depending on the layover.
To find out more about Nagpur to Patna flight ticket price and special offers like Flexi or Saver packs, visit the official IndiGo website or download the app on your phone.
While you are in Patna, you may decide to visit other cities, which can be made possible with IndiGo’s
Patna has always been a key city in India. Today, it is the administrative and economic capital of Bihar and immensely popular among young entrepreneurs who flock to this city because of its flexible business policies.
Even in the old days, Patna, then called Pataliputra, was an influential city. It served as the capital of the Guptas, Magadhas and Mauryas. It made a name for itself for being a vital trade and commerce hub. Owing to its thriving cultural and educational atmosphere, it also attracted scholars from across the country, including Aryabhatta and Chanakya.
The Nehru Park and the Buddha Smriti Parks are two famous tree-lined zones in Patna where the fresh, oxygen-infused air will rejuvenate you and immediately improve your mood. If you want a leisurely ride along the Ganga, then head to the Gandhi Ghat where you can board a boat and enjoy a calming ride along the magnificent river.
History buffs should definitely visit the Patna Museum, where you will see up-close the archaeological remains, artefacts and statues from the Gupta and Maurya empires.
Tourists are sure to have a busy time in Patna. Tourist attractions that must feature in your itinerary are St Mary’s Church, Gandhi Ghat, Indira Gandhi Planetarium, Kesaria Stupa, Padri ke Haveli, East Champaran and Khuda Baksh Oriental Library.
Khaitan Market and Patna Market are immensely popular among travellers because here they can find anything under the sun. If you want to add to your collection of traditional handiwork or if you want to hang a Madhubani painting on your wall, then you must visit the Maurya Lok Emporium. For beautiful and intricate artwork, which serves as home decor, make your way to the Ajanta Boutique.
It is best to visit Patna between October to March because this is when the weather is cool and pleasant.
Avoid going to Patna in the summer season because Patna is extremely hot during summers.
Auto-rickshaws called tempos can be hailed everywhere. This is the most convenient and pocket-friendly way of going about the city. Travellers can also make use of Patna’s impressive rail and road network. Then, there are tourist buses operated by the government.
Patna experiences a sub-tropical climate. March to June are the summer months here. The mercury goes beyond 40 degrees Celsius and heat waves are common. The monsoon arrives soon after and Patna receives above-average rainfall. Winters, on the other hand, are extremely cold.
Patna Airport (IATA- PAT) is one of the busiest in the country. You can find out about various flights operated from this airport on IndiGo’s website.
The first thought that crops up in our minds at the mention of Nagpur is oranges. Multiple varieties of aromatic oranges of the highest grade are Nagpur’s gift to the country.
Nagpur has an interesting geographical location. It is right in the centre of the country with a varied topography that includes rivers, streams, plateaus, hills and plains. Thanks to its plethora of temples, tranquil lakes and gardens, it has developed into a popular tourist destination. From Nagpur, it is easy to reach other major cities like Mumbai and Pune.
Nagpur has its fair share of tourist attractions that bustle with activities during the peak tourism season. Nagpur houses the world’s largest Buddhist Stupa – The Deekshabhumi Stupa. Other famous sites that draw tourists are Ramtek Fort Temple, Futula Lake, Bohra Masjid, Ambazari Lake, Swaminarayan Temple and the many orange orchards.
You can’t leave Nagpur without loading your bags with Nagpur’s world-renowned oranges for your family and friends. The finest variants of oranges are available in the Cotton Market area. Travellers must also visit Sitabuldi Main Road for Bidri-ware handcrafted artwork, delicate cotton sarees and cholis that are indigenous to Nagpur.
Auto-rickshaws are the primary and most convenient modes of transport. Whether the commute is long or short-distance, these auto-rickshaws can be counted on. NMPL operated buses can be availed to get around town.
Nagpur’s climate can be classified as tropical dry Savannah. It is dry and warm throughout the year with the exception of June when the monsoon winds bring rain to the city.
The Nagpur Airport owes its name to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar – Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport (IATA: NAG). IndiGo operates more than 100 flights from this airport.
What documents do I need at IndiGo check-in counters?
For domestic travel, customers need to carry their itinerary and a valid photo identity proof.
How will I check the status of my Nagpur to Patna flight?
You will get flight updates on your phone through the IndiGo app.
How do I check-in for my flight?
You have the option of web check-in or app check-in. Or, you could also check-in at IndiGo counter at the airport.
Can I book prepaid excess baggage slabs?
Yes, you can book prepaid extra baggage 2 hours before departure through the IndiGo official website or call centres.
When should I arrive for my flight?
It is recommended that you reach the airport at least 2 hours before the scheduled departure of your flight.
How do I pay for booking a seat on a Nagpur to Patna flight?
You can use either debit or credit to pay; American Express, Visa and Mastercard are all accepted.
Will I be charged more for extra baggage?
Yes, if you exceed your baggage allowance, you will have to pay a fee for every additional kilo.