Budget travel: Cheapest flights this August and September

Saturday August 6, 2022 at 5:36 pm

Between COVID-19 pandemic-relating worries on the one hand and rising fuel costs on the other, air travel might appear too expensive for many. Yet, if one smartly, one will find there is room for some maneuver as some cheap flights are available in August and September. This article will help you book the cheapest flight tickets for prominent cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kolkata.

Let the budget decide where to go.

If one’s budget is what is deciding where to travel, then let that be the case. It may come as a surprise, but there are some cheap flights available to incredible destinations if you live in one of the country’s major cities. Let us go through them:

From Bangalore

1. Tiruchirappalli

The Silicon Valley of India is also home to several immigrants working in the ever-blooming industry here who may want a nice trip in the coming weeks. Well, a flight ticket from Bangalore to Tiruchirappalli costs just about twenty-six hundred rupees. Tiruchirappalli is famous for Kallanai Dam and Rockfort Ganpathi Temple. You can also picnic at Puliyancholai Waterfalls and Gaya Gangai Waterfalls. Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is a temple that religious people will not want to miss

Bangalore to Tiruchirappalli- Rs. 2,567/-

2. Kozhikode (Calicut)

Want something even cheaper? Or something with the beach? Kozhikode might be the right destination for you. The city boasts two sea beaches – Khozikode beach and Beypore Beach, along with a lighthouse – Thikkoti Light House. It has Pazhassi Raja Museum And Art Gallery for history and art enthusiasts, while wildlife enthusiasts won’t mind a trip to Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary. A trivia to know is that the city is known as the “City of Spices,” being a central trading point for Indian and Eastern spices.

Bangalore to Kozhikode – Rs.2,174/-

3. Nagpur

A trip to Nagpur may be slightly expensive compared to previous trips mentioned in this list. Still, it has been called the ”city of Oranges” and ”Tiger capital of India” should be enough to encourage you to visit. Some important city attractions include Deekshabhoomi, Sitabardi Fort, Futala Lake, Ambazari Lake, and Maharaj Bagh Zoo.
Visit the city of Oranges, also known as the “Tiger Capital of India,” connecting many Tiger Reserves in India to the world. Nagpur is a unique blend of religious, cultural, and historical diversity.

Bangalore to Nagpur – Rs.3,539/-

From Mumbai

1. Goa

Goa is a city that needs no introduction. The fun capital of India is a delight to visit time and again.

Mumbai to Goa- Rs. 2,852/-

2. Udaipur

The lake city of Udaipur has been called ”Venice of East’East’ for its beautiful, serene sights. One will find something here whether one loves nature, history, culture, or architecture. The most prominent attractions are Lake Pichola, Fateh Sagar Lake, and the city palace. Some other interests include Jagmandir and Saheliyon ki Bari. The best thing is you can find yourself in the city for less than three thousand rupees if you live in Mumbai.

Mumbai to Udaipur- Rs. 3,980/-

3. Agra

Made world famous for being home to one of the world’s seven wonders – the Taj Mahal; Agra is one destination on the list of all romantic tourists. If our reader is one such tourist living in Mumbai, they shall be pleasantly surprised to learn how little the flight to the city will cost them. Agra Fort, Mehtab Bagh, and Itmad-ud-Daulah’sItmad-ud-Daulah’s Tomb are some of the city’scity’s other chief attractions.

Mumbai to Agra- Rs. 3,426/-

From Delhi

1. Jaipur

Delhi’sDelhi’s heat is something that makes one look for a vacation every other month. And fortunately, it is easily possible as there are several cheap flights. Nicknamed the Pink City, Jaipur is the first tourist destination with a cheap ticket from Delhi, and Hawa Mahal and Amer fort are its chief attractions.

Delhi to Jaipur- Rs. 2,984/-

2. Chandigarh

Chandigarh has the unique privilege of being the capital of two cities and a union territory. The city is also home to several tourist attractions, including Sukhna Lake, Lotus Temple, etc.

Delhi to Chandigarh- Rs.3,126/-

From Chennai

1. Mysuru

Mysuru has been rightly dubbed as the city of palaces. The city is also famous for the Brindavan Gardens and Karanji Lake.

Chennai to Mysuru- Rs. 2,318/-

2. Vishakapatnam

Also known as Vizag, Vishakapatnam is the perfect travel destination for the people of Chennai with its excellent beaches of pristine beauty. Borra Caves and INS Kurusura Submarine Museum are some other attractions to enjoy here.

Chennai to Vishakapatnam- Rs. 2,948/-

From Kolkata

1. Varanasi

The “City of lights” or Kashi, the spiritual capital of India and one of India’s oldest cities, Varanasi is home to several attractions, including Assi Ghat, Sarnath, Banaras Ghat, etc. Kashi Vishwanath Temple is one of the most important temples.

Kolkata to Varanasi- Rs. 3,937/-

2. Gangtok

With a flight ticket of just under three thousand rupees, someone from Kolkata can find themself in Gangtok. This city offers incredible views of Mount Kanchenjunga and a chance to be a spectator of its pristine lakes and other mesmerizing sights. Rumtek Monastery and Ban Jhakri Waterfall are some other sights to visit.

Kolkata to Gangtok- Rs. 2,981/-

From Hyderabad

1. Raipur

Raipur is home to several tourist attractions, including Jatmai Temple, Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Ghatarani Waterfalls, Dudhadhari Math temple, etc.

Hyderabad to Raipur- Rs.2,747/-

2. Aurangabad

The Ajanta and Ellora Caves of Aurangabad need no introduction.

Hyderabad to Aurangabad ( Sambhajinagar)- Rs.2,717/-

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

There are several questions people ask that relate to cheap flights. The following are some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) on this subject:

Question: There were differences in flight tickets when I checked them. Why?

Answer: The flight tickets are liable to change from one date to another.

Question: Do cheap tickets guarantee cheap trips?

Answer: No. You must still figure out how to find budget accommodation and a cheap way of traveling locally.

If the reader has any other questions, they should feel free to ask them in the comments below.

The Bottom Line

One can easily wrap up the above discussion with hopes that the above list can help our readers finalize a budget destination for their next trip.