As per the travel guidelines from the government, we have resumed our domestic flight operations. We have taken all the necessary precautions to help you have a safe flight. From providing safety kits before boarding to placing social distancing markers, we are ready to fly.
Hence, if you are looking to fly from Pune to Kolkata, then we can be of assistance. We are offering some of the most affordable Pune to Kolkata flight prices. You can make the Pune to Kolkata flight booking through our website, or you can download the Go First mobile app.
To get more information about Pune to Kolkata flight schedules, click here.
To book a Pune to Kolkata flight, you can follow the steps below:
After clicking on ‘Book Now,’ you need to select the flight from the one displayed on the page. Once you have selected the flight, you can proceed with the booking.
For boarding or check-in, you can carry any one of the following documents:
Note: The discounts and offers are subject to change.
As per the current travel guidelines for air travel, meals and refreshment services have been suspended temporarily.
As per the current guidelines for air travel, only one cabin and check-in bag is allowed. The cabin bag should not weigh more than 7 kg, and the check-in bag should not weigh more than 15 kg. To know more, click here.
Yes. It is mandatory to do a web check-in for Pune to Kolkata flight.
Passengers can do a web check-in from 72 hours until 1 hour before the departure of the flight.
Yes. It is mandatory to wear a mask all through the journey. For more such queries visit our Coronavirus Travel FAQs page.
Pune is a modern city. However, the city also has deep roots in traditions, history and culture. Pune is most famous for the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi. It is also an education hub as some of the most renowned educational institutes are located here. The places to visit in Pune are the National War Museum, Shaniwar Wada, Agha Khan Palace, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, and Dagdusheth Ganpati. Pune is also famous for its local food. One can also try lip-smacking food such as Vada Pav, Misal Pav, Keema Pav, Usal, and Sitafal Mastani.
The weather from October to February is pleasant for travel in Pune. This is the ideal time to explore the city.
Pune International Airport sees a high influx of travellers every day. The airport is located at 10 km from the city centre.
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Kolkata, the ‘City of Joy,’ is an enchanting mix of the old and new. The historical architecture lets you travel back in time. Moreover, the yellow taxis are sure to blow your breath away. Kolkata is also popular for its cuisines, arts, literature, cinema and music. Places one can explore in Kolkata are Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, Dakshineswar Kali Temple, Kalighat, Marble Palace, Eden Gardens, and Fort William. One can also try some lip-smacking dishes such as Kosha Mangsho, Aloo Potol Posto, Ilish Macher Jhol, Jhal Muri, Puchka, Shukto, and more.
The best time to visit Kolkata is from October to March. The weather in these months is pleasant for travel.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport serves the city of Kolkata. It is located at 17 km from the city centre.
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New Airport Rd, Lohegaon,
Pune, Maharashtra 411032
Airport Code: PNQ
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Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
Jessore Rd, Dum Dum,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700052
IATA Code: CCU
Helpline: 033 2511 8036
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Rich with geographical splendour and history dating back to the age of royalty, Pune also boasts of great architecture with various tourist attractions from forts to gardens and museums.
No trip to Kolkata is complete without a visit to the city’s epitome of colonial heritage: the Victoria Memorial, an architectural marvel built in Queen Victoria’s name.