BootsnAll Mobile Airfare Search

Cheap Flights to Amritsar

Include Hotels for the Best Deals

Cheap Flights to Amritsar

The closest airport to the holy city of Amritsar is Raja Sansi International Airport (airport code ATQ), at 11 km outside the city. If you’re flying from overseas, however, your main entry point is likely to be Delhi, an hour away. From there you’ll be able to hop on a flight with a small, budget airline to get you to Amritsar. Raja Sansi has been expanded in recent years to satisfy increased traveler demands, and several more airlines are looking to add Amritsar to their route networks.

>> Read more about domestic flights in India.

The airlines serving Amritsar are listed here and you can find out flight information for each airline from their websites listed here. From this page of passenger information, you can also scroll down and find your shopping options and all the services and facilities available to travelers at the airport. Toward the bottom of that same page you’ll also find information about the various ground transportation options available to you once you arrive.

Indira Gandhi International Airport (airport code DEL) is in the city of Delhi. It’s the second busiest airport in India, after Mumbai. It’s home to several Indian airlines including Air Sahara, Indian, SpiceJet, Alliance Air and IndiGo Airlines. IGI is also a secondary hub for Air India and Jet Airways and a major base for Kingfisher Airlines, Go Air, Air Deccan and Air Sahara. A list of airlines serving Delhi, along with the terminals they’re in, is here, and you can search for flight information here. A list of passenger facilities is here, and include baggage wrapping, a left luggage facility and Internet kiosks. Ground transportation options are listed here (including a list of prepaid taxi fares), and car rental agencies at Delhi are here.

Be sure to check on these airfare deals to India, and then read about what to do and where to stay once you get there.

More Information on Amritsar

The city of Amritsar in Punjab, India, is spiritually and culturally very important to the Sikh religion. For this reason, it’s an important pilgrimage site as well as tourist destination. The main attraction is the Golden Temple complex, which is always crowded with pilgrims and tourists alike and is open nearly 24 hours a day.