Flights to Bengaluru

How to find cheap flights to Bangalore

Although there are no direct flights to the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka, we will find you cheap flights to Bangalore via stopovers. You can fly to several destinations in India, for example with EL AL to Mumbai, and continue with IndiGo to Bangalore. We will show you all the options that we have found on the web.

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Bangalore Airport

Flights to Bangalore arrive at Kempegowda International Airport (BLR), located about 40 km north of Bangalore, near the village of Devanahalli. The airport is connected to the city and its suburbs by the city's public transport agency – the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC). Its fleet of over 5,593 buses covers a radius of 36 km from the city center. There are metered and air-conditioned taxis starting at ₹80 (₪4.30) for the first 4 km, each km costs ₹19.5 (₪1.05). Cabs with no a/c cost less. Renting a car is also an option, compare prices on Skyscanner car rental.

When to go to Bangalore?

The weather in Bangalore is warm throughout the year. From January to October, the average daily temperature is over 30 degrees, with March-May being the hottest period, with 35-36 degrees on average. Don’t let the heat scare you, it rarely rains and worths searching cheap flights to Bangalore during that period. The tourists season lasts from September to February, especially November-December when it’s dry, and the average temperature is 28-29 degrees. At night it can at times sink to 10 degrees. Monsoon season begins by the end of May. August and September can see heavy showers, but they are rarely continuous, so you don’t need to cancel your plans to book cheap flights to Bangalore, just carry an umbrella with you.

What to see and do in Bangalore?

Complete your booking of cheap flights to Bangalore and arrive in India’s garden city, one of the most populous cities in India, famed for its green parks and Kannada film industry.

There’s a reason why they call it the Garden City of India. You’ll find here many public parks, including the Lal Bagh and Cubbon Park. Bangalore’s beautiful lakes of Ulsoor and Sankey Tank also provide a rich and enchanting escape from the city, and the Shiva Temple is a must-see.

Shopping lovers will get here their satisfaction too, but Indian style, meaning a unique shopping experience in the traditional south Indian shops around Sampige Road at Malleswaram. The pubs around MG Road, Brigade Road, and Church Street are a clear indicator of why Bangalore is sometimes known as “the pub capital of India.”

The Forum, Garuda Mall, and Bangalore Central also offer more mainstream shops, and there are traditional markets that give you a taste of local life, mostly found around Gandhi Bazaar Road. After you have found cheap flights to Bangalore, we can cut your costs on hotel rooms too. Compare prices on Skyscanner Hotels and save more money with us.

This information is correct as of February 2018

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Airports near Bengaluru

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Bengaluru: Bengaluru.
Delta, Gulf Air, Oman Air, Singapore Airlines, KLM, SilkAir, Air New Zealand and Air Mauritius all fly non-stop to Bengaluru.
The cheapest month to fly to Bengaluru is March.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.