Abu Dhabi (AUH) Bangalore (BLR) Flight Schedule

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Abu Dhabi to Bangalore Flight Schedule ( 11 flights found )

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Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Alitalia, Air Berlin, and South African are the airlines that operate between Abu Dhabi and Bangalore. Every week, there are 77 flights from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore. Of this number, Jet Airways has 21, Etihad Airways has 21, Alitalia has 7, Air Berlin has 21, and South African has 7.

To avail of the best offers, you should book your tickets 30-45 days in advance. Flights starting at Abu Dhabi leave from Bateen Airport. The IATA code of this airport is AUH. Flights landing at Bangalore arrive at Bengaluru International Airport. The IATA code of this airport is BLR.

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The price of a Abu Dhabi to Bangalore flight ticket varies between a minimum AED 393 or up to AED 22838.

About Abu Dhabi(AUH)

Abu Dhabi is not just the capital of the United Arab Emirates; it is also the largest of the emirates that comprise the UAE. Every aspect of Abu Dhabi resonates with luxury, opulence, and grandeur. The charming blend of traditional culture with modernity and progress is what characterizes Abu Dhabi. Here you will find mosques alongside glittering malls, women draped in burkhas and hijabs, shopping at high-fashion western designer stores and sublime white sands, giving way to the luscious green mangrove forests.

This glittering city is a must-visit for urban explorers who want to be dazzled by big city lights, modernity, and progress. Abu Dhabi has a lot more to offer than most people expect. You can treat yourself to a number of leisure activities like shopping, adventure sports, thrilling desert safaris, and entertainment. What is most impressive is the city’s architecture and visitors will not be disappointed.

Abu Dhabi is well-connected with two grand international airports; the Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) and the Al Ain International Airport (AAN). The Abu Dhabi International Airport is as grand and luxurious as a king’s palace, and is located to the southeast of the city. There are three terminals at Abu Dhabi International Airport – Terminals 1, 2, and 3. Terminal 3 is used exclusively by Etihad Airways. For easy terminal transport there is an inter-terminal shuttle bus service that runs every 15-20 minutes.

The second airport, Al Ain International Airport, is located northwest of the city of Al Ain and is roughly 18 km from the city center. The airport is the fifth busiest airport in the UAE and there is a single terminal that serves all the flights.

Visitors to both airports will have little trouble getting to various locations in the city, as there are plenty of options, with buses, taxis, and car rentals being easily available.

About Bangalore(BLR)

The capital city of Karnataka, Bengaluru, also known as Bangalore, is the leading hub of the Information Technology (IT) industry in India. Having earned the famed sobriquet of ‘The Silicon Valley of India’, it has emerged as a cosmopolitan hub for business and commerce.

But this ultramodern city, teeming with successful technological firms, is also known for its splendid historical and cultural heritage. Its major attractions include lush, verdant parks and the elegant, British-era Victorian monuments. So, along with a large number of business travelers, this charming ‘Garden City’ also attracts numerous tourists.

As a city of such immense importance, Bengaluru boasts of excellent connectivity with the rest of India through the Kempegowda International Airport. It has been operational as the city's chief commercial airport since 2008, and is one of the best in India. It is also one of the busiest airports in the country, as it caters to domestic as well as international air and passenger traffic to Bengaluru. The city is therefore connected by air to most of the major Indian cities, as well as to many international destinations.

In Bengaluru, traveling to and from the airport is easy as there are several convenient transport facilities available. The Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) taxi services and the Vayu Vajra Airport Shuttle Service are available for passengers traveling between the city center and the airport.

Keep in mind that Bengaluru is afflicted with serious traffic woes and there is a huge risk of missing flights if you do not plan accordingly.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Which airline brands fly from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore? These airline brands fly from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore - Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Alitalia, Air Berlin, and South African
  2. How many weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore? There are 77 weekly flights from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore. Following airlines and corresponding weekly flights - Jet Airways has 21, Etihad Airways has 21, Alitalia has 7, Air Berlin has 21, and South African has 7
  3. When does the first flight leave from Abu Dhabi? The first flight from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore is at 2:45 AM, which is Jet Airways airline 6354 followed by Etihad Airways 286 which leaves at 2:45 AM.
  4. When does the last flight leave from Abu Dhabi? The last flight from Abu Dhabi to Bangalore is at 10:00 PM which is Jet Airways.
  5. What is the airport code of Abu Dhabi and Bangalore? Airport code of Abu Dhabi is AUH and Bangalore is BLR.
  6. What is the name of the airport in Abu Dhabi? The name of the primary airport in Abu Dhabi is Bateen Airport.
  7. What is the name of the airport in Bangalore? The name of the primary airport in Bangalore is Bengaluru International Airport.

Abu Dhabi Airport Details

  • Bateen Airport
  • Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates
  • (+971) 56 689 3443
  • albateeninfo@adac.ae
  • http://www.albateenairport.com/

Bangalore Airport Details

 

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