State-owned Air India will fly thrice weekly to Agra from Delhi (via Varanasi), from October 1, on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. The service will continue until May 2017; thenceforth, the airline hasn’t revealed its revised schedule yet.
Existing daily flight AI-406 takes off from Delhi at 1025 and reaches Varanasi at 1150. From October 1, it will continue to Agra — take off from Varanasi at 1225 and land in Agra at 1355. The same flight will depart Agra at 1430 and land in Khajuraho at 1525.
Air India hasn’t announced a Khajuraho-Agra service. However, it will fly from Khajuraho to Varanasi from October 1.
Passengers who have flown from Agra to Khajuraho and wish to return to Agra may do so by first flying to Varanasi and hopping on to flight AI-406 to Agra.
Flight AI-405 will depart Khajuraho at 1600 and will arrive in Varanasi at 1655.
Air India has an existing daily service between Varanasi and Delhi.
Flight AI-433 takes off from Varanasi at 1710 and lands in Delhi at 1830.