You can now book a domestic flight and fly to your destination. Go First has resumed its domestic operations in accordance with the government issued guidelines for air travel. In the current scenario, we are offering contact-less and safe travel experience.
Hence, if you are planning to fly from Chennai to Chandigarh then Go First can be of assistance. We are offering the lowest deals on Chennai to Chandigarh flights. You can easily book a Chennai to Chandigarh flight ticket through the Go First website or you can download the mobile app.
To get more information about Chennai to Chandigarh flight schedules, click here.
To book a Chennai to Chandigarh 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.
Yes. You can pre-book a seat through the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the website. If you have booked the ticket from a travel agency, then you can pre-book the seat during web check-in.
Yes. Owing to the current scenario where maintaining good hygiene is important, you can carry your own bottle of hand sanitizer of up to 350 ml. For more such queries regarding the current scenario, click here.
Passengers are expected to report 3 hours before departure. This is to ensure passengers get ample time to get through the check-in and boarding process.
Yes. As per the current guidelines for air travel, it is mandatory to do web check-in.
The baggage allowance for Chennai to Chandigarh flight is one cabin bag (7 kg max) and one check-in bag (15 kg max).
Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu is the business hub in Southern India. Founded by the East India Company in 1639, Chennai was known as Madras. The remnants of the British era can still be found in Chennai. The city is also popular for it culinary traditions. Places to visit in Chennai are Marina Beach, Government Museum, Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Fort St. George, and Edward Elliot beach. One can try local dishes such as Mulligatawny Soup, Sundal, Nethili Fry, Biryani, Masala Dosa, Murukku Sandwich, and Atho.
As Chennai sees scorching summers, it is ideal to visit the city from November to February.
The Chennai International Airport serves the city and is located at 7 km south of Chennai. It is easily accessible via public transport.
Check out things to do in Chennai.
Chandigarh is a lively city. The city is also known for its distinctive urban planning by the architect Le Corbusier. The Capitol Complex is the primary example of the level of urban planning in Chandigarh. The city is also filled with some of the most mesmerising gardens. Places to visit in Chandigarh are Zakir Rose Garden, Rock Garden, Sukhna Lake, Government Museum and Art Gallery, and open hand Monument. The visit to Chandigarh is not complete till you try the local cuisines such as Rajma Chaval, Chole Bhature, Paneer Tikka, Kulche, Dahi Bhalla, and Golgappe.
October to March is the ideal time to visit Chandigarh.
The Shaheed Bhagat Singh Airport is located at 13 km from the city centre. It is equipped with all amenities for travellers.
Check out things to do in Chandigarh.
Chennai International Airport
GST Rd, Meenambakkam,
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600027 INDIA
IATA Code: MAA
Helpline No: 044-22560551
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Shaheed Bhagat Singh International Airport
New Civil Air Terminal, Mohali District,
Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar,
Punjab 140306, Airport Code: IXC
Tel: +91 172 2659886
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Chennai: Chennai Central, earlier known as Madras Central, is the main railway terminus in the city of Chennai.
Chandigarh: Created in the year 1958, Sukhna Lake is an artificial lake and the most prominent tourist site in Chandigarh.