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Leh Airport code is IXL and Lucknow Airport code is LKO. The name of the Leh Airport is Netaji Kushok Bakula Rimpochee Airport and Lucknow Airport Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport.
This beautiful hilly region of Leh, every year, is visited by many locals as well as foreign tourists. It is both a popular summer as well as a winter holiday destination. Its untouched beauty, snow-clad mountain peaks, lush greenery and secluded spots attract a lot of honeymooners too. Indulge in adventure sports like trekking, mountain biking, rafting, mountaineering and lots more.
Lucknow is a city of Nawabs and Kebabs, of culture and literature, of history and architecture. It is also the place near which the famous Kakori Train Robbery took place during the Independence Movement, when Chandra Shekhar Azad and his men looted a train carrying money for the British Treasury. This robbery was a catalyst in India’s freedom struggle and shook the British government. Today, the monuments and relics in Lucknow stand as a reminiscence of the colonial era.
Airport Name: Kushok Bakula Rimpochee
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Airport name: Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport
Uttar Pradesh- 226009
Airport Code: LKO
Helpline Number: + 91 522 2435 404
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The Leh Palace provides spectacular views of Stok Kangri and the Ladakh mountain range as well as the town and its surroundings
Visit the Bara Imambara, in Lucknow’s old town, where you’ll find the famous “bhool-bhulaiya”, a labyrinth. The Bara Imambara houses Asia’s largest hall without any external support from beams and is an embodiment of Awadhi culture and architecture.