|Serial Number||Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Days of Operation|
|1||G8 242||Pune to Bengaluru||6:30 pm||7:55 pm||Daily|
|2||G8 284||Pune to Bengaluru||10:30 pm||11:45 pm||Daily|
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GoAir operates around 2 Pune Bengaluru flights on a weekly basis.
The first flight leaves for Bengaluru from Pune at 18:30 and lands in Bengaluru at 19:55 bearing flight number G8 242.
The last flight leaves for Bengaluru from Pune at 22:30 and lands in Bengaluru at 23:45 bearing flight number G8 282.
The average travel time between these cities is around 1 hours and 25 minutes.
Pune Airport code is PNQ and Bengaluru is BLR. Name of the Pune Airport is Pune Airport and Bengaluru Airport is Kempegowda International Airport.
About Pune Bengaluru Flights
With the modern advancements, Pune has preserved its historical places and monuments for its every incoming visit. Unfold scenic mountains and panoramic view of Sinhagad fort is truly charismatic. The fort is always appreciated by trekking admirers and even family members. In the stalls at Sinhagad fort you can get the staple food called Bhakris. The breeze is simply amazing over here.
Similarly, Gavi Gangadhareshwar Temple is known to give best ever cave experience. The eye appealing beauty of the temple is you could see all forms of statues of goddess Parvati. The brilliant architecture done up here does reminds you about the ancient times. On the occasion of Makarsakaranti the deity gets the sun ray which is most adorable and unique phenomenon. Located on the hillock, lots of worshipers do visit the temple on everyday basis.
By Choosing GoAir, you can get assured of comfortable travelling and feasibility of price. The different time slots available throughout does aid a lot in planning your travel easily.
Pune : Shaniwarwada, is an intricately constructed fort in Pune dating back to the 18th Century.
Bengaluru : Beautifully constructed in the Neo-Dravidian style of architecture, the Vidhana Soudha, in Bengaluru, is the seat of the state legislature of Karnataka.