|Serial Number||Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Days of Operations|
|1||G8 286||Goa to Bengaluru||2:50 pm||4:10 pm||Daily|
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Why should you book flights for Goa to Bengaluru (GOI to BLR) with GoAir?
GoAir operates around 1 Mumbai New Delhi flights on a weekly basis.
The first flight leaves for Bengaluru from Goa at 14:50 and lands in Bengaluru at 16:10 bearing flight number G8 286.
The last flight leaves for Bengaluru from Goa at 14:50 and lands in Bengaluru at 16:10 bearing flight number G8 286.
The average travel time between these cities is around two hours.
Goa Airport code is GOI and Bengaluru is BLR. Name of the Goa Airport is Goa International Airport/Dabolim Airport and Bengaluru Airport is Kempegowda International Airport.
About Goa to Bengaluru flights
Goa is blessed with huge coastline and number of beaches all around the city. There are various prominent beaches in Goa. The Mandrem Beach is considered to be the best and beautiful beach of Goa. This beach is peaceful and allows every incoming visitor to enjoy its beauty. The beach is located in small village and the local food of it is also considered to be very prominent. The popular ones are Candolim and Cavelossim Beach.
Similarly, the beauty of Bengaluru tourism is unforgettable. There is huge list for the travellers to visit in Bengaluru. If you admire the affection of art, then Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath is the place for you. The folk and tribal art is worth watching. Vivid paintings of Himalaya are worth watching.
If you admiring or intending travel in this ravishing domestic cities, then do prefer travelling with GoAir. The comfort with the feasibility of prices is worth experiencing here.
Goa : Known for its Portuguese style of architecture, the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church in Panjim, Goa was built in 1541.
Bengaluru : Beautifully constructed in the Neo-Dravidian style of architecture, the Vidhana Soudha, in Bengaluru, is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka.