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Aer Lingus Dublin to Bhubaneshwar Flights

Airlines
Depart
Duration
Arrival
Aer Lingus
EI-158,EI-277,EI-780
09:50
Dublin
24Hrs 15Min 1 Stop
DUB→LHR→HYD→BBI
14:35
Bhubaneshwar
Aer Lingus
EI-186,EI-143,EI-77
20:45
Dublin
31Hrs 55Min 1 Stop
DUB→LHR→DEL→BBI
09:10
Bhubaneshwar
Aer Lingus
EI-186,EI-139,EI-669
20:45
Dublin
36Hrs 50Min 1 Stop
DUB→LHR→BOM→BBI
14:05
Bhubaneshwar

FAQ about aer-lingus Flights from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar

Q. How much time does it take to fly from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar ?

A. It takes 24Hrs 15Min to fly from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar.

Q. When is the earliest flight from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar ?

A. The earliest flight from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar is at 09:50 and is operated by Aer Lingus.

Q. How many flights are there from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar ?

A. There are 3 flights from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar.

Q. When is the last flight from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar ?

A. The last flight from Dublin to Bhubaneshwar is at 20:45 and is operated by Aer Lingus.

About Bhubaneshwar

Bhubaneswar, also known as the city of temples, is situated on the Mahanadi Delta. This city is popular among tourists from all across the globe for its ancient temples and stupendous architecture. This city hosts the famous Lingaraja Temple, which dates back to the 10th century. This is a unique city where architecture and culture has come together to form a perfectly harmonious jugalbandi. This city is also famous for transforming the famous King Ashoka from a conqueror to a pious and peace loving man. Bhubaneswar is the capital city of Orissa. Along with Konark and Puri, Bhubaneswar forms what is known as the famous ‘Golden Triangle of East India’. Bhubaneswar has carved a niche for itself for its majestic architectural heritage and magnificent sculptures. Bhubaneswar is named after the ‘Lord of Three Worlds,’ ‘Tribhuvaneswar,’ and is famous for the Lingaraja temple, which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple has been famously referred to as “the truest fusion of dream and reality.” Udayagiri and Khandagiri are the twin cave groups of this city. The twin caves stand as a testimony to the antiquity of this region, which dates back to as early as the 2nd century BC. The modern city of Bhubaneswar was envisioned by a German town planner, Otto H. Koenigsberger. This historically rich city is an integral link in the famous Golden Triangle (including Puri, the house of the Jagannath temple, and Konark, the house of the Sun temple). Bhubaneswar Airport is also referred to as Biju Patnaik International Airport. It is the only international airport in the state and is named after the formed Chief Minister of Odisha. It is the 17th busiest airport in India in terms of passenger volume. The top flight routes from and to Bhubaneswar are Bhubaneswar to Delhi, Mumbai to Bhubaneswar, Delhi to Bhubaneswar and Bangalore to Bhubaneswar. Air India, Vistara, IndiGo and GoAir are the primary airlines operating in this airport. Bhubaneswar Airport is located around 4 km from the city center and is well connected by buses and taxis. Find the best deals on Bhubaneswar flight tickets on Via.com and book your flights at the lowest airfare along with benefits like instant confirmation, lowest convenience fee, airfare calendar and easy cancellation/refund.

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