Domestic flight operations have resumed. Therefore, you can easily book a flight ticket with us and fly to your destination. However, there are few guidelines for air travel as mandated by the government. They include taking precautionary measures to ensure contactless travel process at the airport, sanitizing touch points inside the aircraft and more. We have followed these guidelines to make sure you have a safe flying experience with us.
Hence, if you are planning to book Bangalore to Goa air tickets, then we can be of assistance. GoAir is offering the lowest airfares for Bangalore to Goa flights. Additionally, there are many other deals and discounts on Bangalore to Goa air ticket price. You can book the flight through the GoAir website, or you can download the GoAir mobile app. A mobile app booking can help you get up to 10% off* on Bangalore to Goa flight ticket prices. You can use the code GOAPP10.
To get more information about Bangalore to Goa flight schedules, click here.
To book a Bangalore to Goa flight, you can follow the steps below:
After clicking on ‘Book Now,’ you need to select the flight from the one displayed on the page. Once you have selected the flight, you can proceed with the booking.
For boarding or check-in, you can carry any one of the following documents:
Note: The discounts and offers are subject to change.
As per the current government-mandated guidelines, food and beverages services have been suspended temporarily.
Passengers are allowed to carry one cabin bag (7 kg max) and one check-in bag (20 kg max). To know more about carriage conditions, click here.
Yes. It is necessary to wear a face mask throughout the journey as a part of personal hygiene.
No. Currently, GoAir tickets are non-transferable.
Yes. As per the current guidelines for air travel, it is mandatory to do a web check-in. To know more about the guidelines, click here.
Bangalore is the tech hub of the country and hence is known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’. Many aspirants wanting to make a career in the tech industry flock to Bangalore due to the presence of multinational tech companies. This has also given an impetus to improve the standard of living. It is now a cosmopolitan city with quirky cafes, craft-beer joints, restaurants and malls. However, Bangalore also has a royal past. Places to visit in Bangalore are Cubbon Park, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore Palace, Bannerghatta Biological Park, and Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace. The must-try food in Bangalore is Benne Masala Dosa, Dal Obbattu, Uttapam, and Idlis.
October to February is the ideal time for visiting Bangalore. The weather during these months is pleasant for travelling.
The Kempegowda International Airport is located at 4 km from the city centre. It is one of the busiest airports in the country.
Goa is the quintessential beach destination. It is a party hub for the people of the country and also globally. The numerous beaches here lined with palm trees are ideal for a laidback vacation. The shacks on the beach are the most frequented for a taste of beer and the famous Goan seafood. There are many peaceful and serene nooks in the city other than the beaches. Places to visit in Goa are Candolim Beach, Vagator Beach, Baga Beach, Calangute Beach, Basilica De Bom Jesus, Dudhsagar Falls, and Anjuna Beach.
November to March is the ideal time to visit Goa, as the winter weather is best to explore the beaches here.
Goa International Airport is located in Dabolim at 4 km from Vasco Da Gama. It is a civil enclave and is operated by the Airports Authority of India.
Airport Name: Kempegowda International
Airport, Kial Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru
IATA Code: BLR
Helpline No.: 1800-425-4425
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Goa International Airport
Airport Rd, Dabolim, Goa 403801
Airport Code: GOI
Helpline No: 0832-254-0796
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Bengaluru: Deekshabhoomi, situated in Nagpur, is a sacred monument for Buddhists and a prominent tourist destination.
Goa : Known for its Portuguese style of architecture, the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church in Panjim, Goa was built in 1541.