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Agartala(IXA) to Agra(AGR) Air India Flights Schedule

  Multi Carrier
IXA  11:25 Agartala, India
47h 35m ( 2 Stops )
AGR  11:00 Agra, India
13829

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  • Airline Code AI
  • Phone Number 1800-180-1407

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Faridabad is approx 223 kms from Agra (AGR)

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