About Chandigarh (IXC)
Chandigarh enjoys a sub-tropical climate all year round and has many monuments and places of tourist interest, such as the famous Sukhna Lake, Rock Garden, the Open Hand Monument, the Leisure Valley, the Museum and Art Gallery and the International Dolls Museum. As India's first planned city, Chandigarh is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with a relaxed lifestyle. With hundreds of thousands of tourists and business visitors visiting Chandigarh each year, the city has numerous daily flights and many airlines offer budget and discounted air tickets, making air travel a popular option.
Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, is located in what was earlier known as the Awadh region. Lucknow is set on the great Gangetic plain, which ensures that the city experiences extreme climate, with cool winters and blistering summer months. However, Lucknow, being popular as an economic hub and an admired tourist destination, draws travellers by the thousands each year. The Gomti River which runs through the city, splitting it into two, adds to its laid back characteristic. With air tickets getting cheaper, air travel is the most convenient way to travel to Lucknow. Various airlines operate regular flights to Lucknow from major cities of the country.