Lucknow and Coimbatore are the two popular cities of North and South India, respectively. These cities are well-connected to each other with regular flights of leading domestic carriers. Lucknow, often referred to as the 'City of Nawabs', serves as the capital of the state Uttar Pradesh. Age-old museums and monuments add to the charm of the city. Coimbatore, one of leading industrial cities of Tamil Nadu, also attracts a large number of travellers from different parts of the country. A hub of textile industry and a well-known health centre, it welcomes businessmen and professionals from near and far. Connecting the two cities are regular flights of some of the major airlines such as SpiceJet, JetKonnect, Air India, IndiGo and Jet Airways. Though there are no direct flights on this route, travellers can opt for indirect flights of different airlines.
On a daily basis, more than 100 connecting flights operate on Lucknow Coimbatore route. Travellers can choose from one stop, two stops, three stops and four stops flights according to their schedule. The first flight of Jet Airways takes off at 05:25 hours in the morning daily. The last flight departs at 20:40 hours every day, except Sunday when it leaves at 18:15 hours. It takes a minimum for 5 hours 25 minutes to reach Coimbatore from Lucknow. All these indirect flights go via Bangalore, New Delhi and Mumbai, from where passengers need to change planes.
Located approximately 13 km away from the city centre, Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport serves the city of Lucknow. It features a range of facilities like restaurant, snack bar, restroom, chiken garment shop, bookstore and taxi service for the convenience of travellers. Coimbatore International Airport also offers essential facilities, such as tourism information counter, hotel reservation counter, car rental, sweets shop, jewellery shop, textile showroom and duty-free shop. Moreover, restaurants, snack bar and restrooms are also available.