|Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Routing||Days of Operations|
|G8 803||Port Blair to Bengaluru||15:20||17:55||Non-Stop||Daily|
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GoAir operates around 7 Port Blair-Bengaluru flights on a weekly basis.
The first flight leaves for Bengaluru from Port Blair at 15:20 and lands at 17:55 bearing flight number G8 803.
The last flight leaves for Bengaluru from Port Blair at 15:20 and lands at 17:55 bearing flight number G8 803.
The average travel time between these cities is 2 hours and 35 minutes.
Port Blair Airport code is IXR and Bengaluru Airport code is BLR. The name of the Port Blair Airport is Veer Savarkar International Airport and Bengaluru Airport is Kempegowda International Airport.
About Port Blair-Bengaluru Flights
Once in Port Blair, one can visit the Cellular Jail and museum. A close look at the Death House and the instruments of torture recalls India's freedom struggle and the contribution of those who gave their life for the country. One can go for swimming at Corbyn's Cove, Jolly Buoy, or other safe beaches. One can also swim, snorkel and visit the underwater world.
Bengaluru has a multitude of impressive places to visit. There are special buses for sightseeing in Bengaluru, including Cauveri - a double-decker open roof bus. The iconic Lal Bagh park is home to over 1000 species of flora and a Glass House. MG Road and Brigade Road are great shopping hubs.
With GoAir, you can travel between these two amazing cities with ease and at the lowest of fares. The wide range of timings provided by GoAir ensures that you can easily plan your travel. So, what are you waiting for? Book your travels with GoAir today!
Port Blair: Port Blair is known for its underwater diving experience
Bengaluru : Over the centuries, the Lal Bagh garden has been planted with diverse species imported from around the world, transforming it into one of the Garden City’s landmarks.