Flights from Kuwait to Bangalore

Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Kuwait to Bangalore

Favourite airline: Air India
91 % of flights booked on the route from Kuwait to Bangalore are booked with Air India, Oman Air and Kuwait Airways.
Air India
41 %
Oman Air
36 %
Kuwait Airways
14 %
Tip: book 21 days before departure
Tip: book flights on this route 21 days before departure and save up to 44 %.
21 days before departure
Direct flights are more expensive
On this route, direct flights are £127.00 more expensive than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
05h 00min
21h 40min
Favourite connection: via Mumbai
The most popular flights on this route are via Mumbai and are booked by 50 % of all travellers.
1 stopover Mumbai (Bombay)
21h 40min, from £201
50 %
1 stopover Muscat Seeb
25h 05min, from £222
40 %
Direct flights
05h 00min, from £328
10 %

Useful information about the flight from Kuwait to Bangalore

Cosmopolitan technological destination

Bangalore, one of the largest cities in India, is known for its cosmopolitan population and for being a hub in the IT sector. The capital of Karnataka is a great destination to admire palaces, numerous temples, and churches, but also to indulge in various sports and outdoor activities.

Peak travel seasons, holidays and festivals

The best period to discover Bangalore is between October and March. While summers are relatively mild for the country, April sees the highest temperatures reaching 36°C. A wide range of religious festivals are held in the city, including Hindu and Muslim celebrations. Bangalore Karaga, dedicated to goddess Draupadi, is held in March or April. Other non-religious events also mark the calendar, such as the Someshwara Car festival or the Biannual Flower Show. Republic Day is celebrated in January, while Karnataka Rajyotsava marks the creation of the Karnataka state in November.

Useful information before you get to Bangalore

British citizens need to apply for a visa via the Indian High Commission and may be eligible for an e-Tourist Visa if flying into certain airports. Vaccines against Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Typhoid are usual recommendations, as well as a Polio booster and routine vaccines. The official language in Bangalore is Kannada but Hindi and English are also spoken, and most signs in the city are in English. Day to day costs are low, with dhalis priced at around Rs 100 and restaurant meals at about Rs 300. 

Bangalore public transport and hotels

From the airport, buses such as BMTC Vayu Vajra travel to the city centre and various parts of Bangalore, with tickets costing about Rs 50-250. Pre-paid taxis are also available at counters in the terminal, with fares around Rs 1,200. Otherwise, a ride in metered AC taxis costs about Rs 700-1000.

In terms of accommodation, it's worth noting that a 20% tax is applied to advertised prices. Cheap options start at around Rs 700, mid-range is about Rs 1500, and luxury approximately Rs 4000. 

As for public transportation, options range from buses, with day passes at about Rs 40, to metered auto rickshaws and taxis. Fares for the former are around Rs 15 x distance (km), with 10% extra at night and about Rs 10-20 for heavy luggage. Taxis must be booked in advance and they apply a flat rate of Rs 150 within Bangalore. Tips are neither expected nor required for auto rickshaws and taxis.

Flight information: Kuwait - Bangalore

Outbound and return from £200.54
Flight duration min. 04:30
Return flight duration min. 05:10
Distance 3546 km
Flights per week 6
Departure airport Kuwait-Kuwait International (KWI)
Departure country Kuwait
Arrival airport Bangalore (BLR)
Destination country India
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