|Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Routing||Days of Operations|
|G8 101||Delhi to Kolkata||05:45||08:00||Non-Stop||Daily|
|G8 103||Delhi to Kolkata||20:10||22:20||Non-Stop||Daily|
|G8 105||Delhi to Kolkata||21:25||23:40||Non-Stop||Daily|
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GoAir operates around 21 flights on a weekly basis (3 flights daily) from Delhi to Kolkata.
The first flight leaves for Kolkata from Delhi at 05:45 and lands in Kolkata at 08:00 bearing flight number G8 101.
The last flight leaves for Kolkata from Delhi at 21:25 and lands in Kolkata at 23:40 bearing flight number G8 105.
The average travel time between these cities is around 2 hours 15 minutes.
Airport Name: Indira Gandhi International Airport
New Udaan Bhawan, Opp. Terminal-3,
New Delhi, Delhi-110037
Airport Code: DEL
Helpline No: 0124-3376000
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Airport name: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
Jessore Rd, Dum Dum,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700052
IATA Code: CCU
Helpline: 033 2511 8036
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Delhi city is a vivid blend of traditions, cultural diversity, political importance as well as architectural brilliance. It bridges its historical glory with the current modern era. A popular tourist spot which houses multiple theatres and centres of performing arts. Delhi's food is equally important to describe why people keep coming back to this wonderful city. Some of the spectacular historic sites to visit here are: Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Lotus temple, Humayun tomb and Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Kolkata is regarded as India’s intellectual, artistic and cultural capital. It’s a city with character and remnants of British Raj visible in its Victorian-style architecture, trams and feel. It’s famous for its colonial edifices and modern amusement houses. The Victoria Memorial is where Queen Victoria spent some years of her life. Some other interesting places are the Eden Garden, Bellur Math Temple, Aurobindo Ashram, Birla Planetarium, Nicco Park, Marble Palace and Howrah Bridge.