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About Bangalore:

Bengaluru, or also known as Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state Karnataka. Bangalore is located in south India on the Deccan Plateau. Bangalore is often referred as “silicon valley of India” as it is an IT hub. The city has also emerged as an important hub for business and technology in India. Tourists from various cities in India travel to Bangalore for leisure and business trips. Bangalore has a pleasant climate throughout the year. The city is also home to the Kannada film industry. Tipu Sultan Fort, Bangalore Palace, Attara Kacheri, and Government Museum are some of the tourist attractions. Bangalore is also well connected by roadways, railways and airways. Air India, IndiGo, Spice Jet, and Jet Airways are the major domestic airline carriers that have scheduled flights between the two destinations.

Kempegowda International Airport (Bangalore Airport): IATA CODE (BLR)

Bangalore Airport, or also known as Kempegowda International Airport serves the city of Bangalore. It is situated in Devanahalli about 19 miles from the city's railway station. The airport was replaced by the HAL Airport as Bangalore city's commercial airport. It was renamed in the year 2013; after the founder of Bangalore- Kempe Gowda 1. Bangalore airport is also the third busiest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic. At the moment, the airport handles around 15.24 million passengers each day. Air conditioned buses and taxis operated by the BMTC connect the city with the airport. Cheap air tickets are offered between the two destinations.

About Guwahati:

Guwahati is the heart and the largest city of Assam. In India, Guwahati is one of the cities that is growing at a rapid speed. Due to the presence of many ancient temples, Guwahati is also referred as the 'city of temples'. Guwahati located at Brahmaputra River is also a renowned destination to other states of northeast. It comprises of many elegant temples and historical monuments. Guwahati is also an important educational and commercial hub of Assam and northeast India. It can be visited throughout the year, but the months of October to April are the idle months to visit. It is region with diversified wildlife which includes Tigers, gaurs, pythons, Asian elephants, rhinoceros, and endangered birds. People from all parts of India travel to Guwahati for business and leisure trips.

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport: IATA CODE (GAU)

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport is the primary airport of Guwahati city. It was also known as Borjhar Airport. The airport is named after the prominent freedom fighter and the first Chief Minister of Assam 'Gopinath Bordoloi'. In the North-eastern states of India; it is the prime International airport. The Airport Authority of India operate and manage the airport. The airport is also a major hub for all the flights to North-eastern states. The airport is also the base of Indian Air Force. Airline carriers offer multiple flights to all the major cities of India from the airport. Airlines like Jet Airways, SpiceJet, Air India, IndiGo, Air India Regional and Go Air operate from the airport.

Bangalore Airport Address:

Kempegowda International Airport

Devanahalli,

Bengaluru,

Karnataka 560300

Airport Code: BLR

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport Address:

Borjhar,

Guwahati,

Assam 781015

Airport Code: GAU

 

 

 

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