Bangalore to Chennai by Flight

Bangalore to Chennai distance is 326 kms and its takes approx 6 hrs. 34% travellers prefer car/cab. Bus & Train are the other modes of transport that travellers use to reach Chennai from Bangalore. View all modes.

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Journey Reviews

Saroja srinivasan

Saroja srinivasan,
Tourist
1 Review

Very bad, discourteous and didn't care 80 plus trav

Nov 26, 2018
Mode of Transport: Flight

I book the tickets for my parents both above 80. When I requested for wheel chair at the counter outside the departure, the lady was discourteous and just turned down. I had booked and sent them many times and this is the first time I saw rude behaviour. Then I engaged a porter, sent them in and arranged wheel chair at check in counter. The lady who rejected needs to spoligise for treating senior citizens of above 80 shabbily.

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Venkatesh prasad

Venkatesh prasad,
Tourist
1 Review

No use

Nov 23, 2018
Mode of Transport: Flight

Overall average . Cabin crew behaviour was like nurses in government hospital . Namesake working . Chennai airport maintenance is worst . May be because of my late night travel. I saw all working tiered and careless

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Ramya gurappa

Ramya gurappa,
Tourist
1 Review

A good experience with slight hiccup this time.

Oct 18, 2018
Mode of Transport: Flight

This is just a one time experience. I often travel and always avail wheelchair service which is always been a very good experience. This time it took a lot of time to arrange a wheelchair and quite a lot of tension prevailed. Although the staff tried their best to ensure I check-in and get the boarding pass and board the flight on time, I was a little concerned this time about the helpers not being available at noon time althogh the wheelchair was precooked. No complaints as such but a word of caution to ensure that helpers and wheelchairs are available, I go for a flight despite the price factor because of need. Other than that thanks for the support as always.

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Jebalin bobby

Jebalin bobby,
Tourist
1 Review

Bad experience

Oct 11, 2018
Mode of Transport: Flight

I was just 5 minutes late. I had completed web check in and had only carried 8 kvs parcel as hand baggage. But I was denied entry. I did not fly . Even you had no other flights to accompany my family. I took other carrier to Chennai

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Suresh ramasubbu

Suresh ramasubbu,
Tourist
1 Review

I "missed" the flight, so what is there to say

Sep 20, 2018
Mode of Transport: Flight

I had booked this flight departing at 9:55 pm from Bangalore to Chennai at what I consider full fare at Rs. 3107 including GST. On the day of the flight, I tried to check in online at around 4 pm. The website required me to select the seat in order to check in online. When I expanded the seat selection option, there were no free seats available. Only 2-3 upgrade seats were available at a price of Rs. 600. I felt it is unfair to charge a customer for web check-in and did not proceed. Faced with heavy traffic on the way to the airport, I tried to check in again at around 7:30 pm. This time, regardless of the price, there were no seats available to select from for online check in. I reached the airport at 9:10 pm and rushed to the kiosk outside. When I entered the PNR number, it said I need to go to the counter. I cleared the security line at the door and rushed to the counter . . Here, despite my urgency, an agent took her own sweet time logging into the computer and then took my PNR to check. After several minutes, she said that the counter is now closed and you cannot fly. When I tried to reason with her that I reached the airport on time, the counter staff rudely said you're late and I can't help you. I asked for the manager and no one was available. The time was still only 9:15 pm. Another agent sitting nearby, who had watched the entire interaction, said that she was the one who closed the counter after making an announcement seeking Chennai passengers. This means the agent who interacted with me, and the agent who closed the counter, were both fully aware of my status when I reached the counter. They made me wait precious several minutes before checking the status of my ticket and confirming that I cannot fly. This makes me feel that closing the counter without any humanitarian consideration, and delaying a marginally late passenger intentionally, is being used as a strategy to handle overbooking. If SpiceJet staff was really concerned about a passenger missing a flight, they could have at least made an attempt to help I feel that SpiceJet is systematically restricting its web check-in to force passengers to upgrade, and guarantee that there will be some non web-checked-in passengers who will be marginally late and can be easily bumped from the flight. Secondly, the callous attitude shown by SpiceJet staff is not in keeping with an airline of stature and reputation.

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