Chaudhary Charan singh International Airport is the official airport of Lucknow which is 10 km. away from Main Railway Station. Chaudhary Charan Singh Airport is situated at Amausi. Indian Airlines, Sahara India Airlines, Air India-Janata Travels operate direct and daily flights between the cities that Lucknow is directly connected with, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata Indore, and Patna. Various domestic careers and three international carriers serve this airport which was formerly known as Amausi International Airport".
The official airport of Bangalore city is the Bengaluru International Airport which is located some 40 km. away from Bangalore’s central business district. In terms of international passenger traffic Bangalore airport ranks fifth and it ranks in the fourth place of the busiest airports in India in terms of domestic traffic. Skytrax has awarded this airport as “India’s best airport”. JetAirways, JetLite, IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir are the prime names that serve Bengaluru International Airport. After the approval of Karnataka government’s proposal to change the name of this airport, it was renamed as Bengaluru International Airport on 18 July 2013.
There are many domestic flights that connect this southern city of Bangalore to its northern counterpart Lucknow. The Bangalore flight fare to Lucknow starts with Rs. 4386. Whereas the cheapest fare can be something around Rs. 2687, the highest can go up to Rs. 7855. JetAirways, JetLite, IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir are some of the companies that provide regular flights from Bangalore to Lucknow. All you need to do is just log on to the websites through which you will be able to book your tickets, hotel, car etc online with fewer hazards, less time, sometimes with lesser price too.