As the COVID-19 situation is easing slowly, travel in various forms is resuming. However, travelling at such times should be dealt with precaution and safety. GoAir has resumed its domestic flights and has taken all the necessary precautions for you to have a safe flight with us. As per the flight travel guidelines by the government, we have provided PPE kits to our crew, have ensured regular sanitizing of touchpoints at the airport and inside the aircraft and have also taken extra care during the check-in process.
Hence, if you are planning to take a flight to Lucknow from Bangalore, then be rest assured to have a safe travel experience with GoAir. GoAir is offering the best deals on airfare from Bangalore to Lucknow. Additionally, there are many other offers and discounts on Bangalore to Lucknow flight 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 Lucknow flight prices. You can use the code GOAPP10.
To get more information about Bangalore to Lucknow flight schedules, click here.
To book a Bangalore to Lucknow flight ticket, 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.
Yes. As per the current guidelines for flight travel, it is mandatory to do a web check-in for the flights.
To avoid crowds and queues, you are requested to check-in your baggage online as well. You will receive an electronic receipt through SMS or email.
You can do a web check-in from 72 hours until 1 hour before the departure of the flight.
No. GoAir tickets are non-transferable.
There are many safety measures that passengers need to take, such as wearing a face mask all the time, sanitizing or washing their hands frequently, maintaining social distancing and more. To know all about the safety precautions for air travel, click here.
Known as the ‘Silicon Valley of India’, Bangalore is the tech hub of the country. Bangalore is currently a fast-growing city. It promises a high standard of living. Many multinational corporations have their headquarters in Bangalore. Given the young population of professionals, Bangalore sees a flourishing pub culture. The craft-beer joints are a lively place to be when in the city. Places to visit in Bangalore are Cubbon Park, Lalbagh Botanical Garden, Bangalore Palace, Bannerghatta Biological Park, and Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace.
The winter months of October to February are ideal for visiting Bangalore as the city sees pleasant weather during this time.
The Kempegowda International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the country. It is located at 4 km from the city centre.
Lucknow has been a seat of power of the Nawabs in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is also one of the multi-cultural cities in India. The city is now a centre for governance, commerce, aerospace, tourism, culture, music, poetry, and technology. The city is also known as the ‘City of Tehzeeb’ due to the polite-mannerisms of the locals. The Chikan and Zardozi embroidery are a fashion statement worldwide. The city is filled with many magnificent monuments such as the Bara Imambara, Chota Imambara, Rumi Darwaza, Kaiserbagh Heritage Zone, and Dilkusha.
The best time to visit Lucknow is from October to March. The weather during these months is serene to explore the city.
Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport is located at 12 km from the city centre. It is one of the busiest airports in India.
Airport Name: Kempegowda International
Airport, Kial Rd, Devanahalli, Bengaluru
IATA Code: BLR
Helpline No.: 1800-425-4425
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Airport name: Chaudhary Charan Singh International
Airport, Amausi, Lucknow,
Uttar Pradesh- 226009
Airport Code: LKO
Helpline Number: + 91 522 2435 404
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Bengaluru : Beautifully constructed in the Neo-Dravidian style of architecture, the Vidhana Soudha, in Bengaluru, is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka.
Lucknow : Hussainabad Imambara, is a beautiful congregation hall in Lucknow, built by the Nawab of Awadh, Muhammad Ali Shah in the year 1838.