Located on the border of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, Ghaziabad is well connected to all major cities in India by bus, trains, car and flights. Even though there is no direct flight to Ghaziabad, the nearest airport is just 45 Km away. For travelling to and from any nearby city of Uttar Pradesh or New Delhi, there is a well-connected network of regular bus and trains.
Ghaziabad is connected to other cities in India through the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI), New Delhi located just 45 km away. Being one of the most important and biggest airports in the country, IGI Airport has regular flights to all big and small Indian cities. All Indian airlines operate daily flights from this airport, so connectivity is not an issue.
The New Delhi Airport is also connected to all major international destinations in almost all countries. Every international, as well as, domestic flights operating to and from India, has connectivity through the Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Travelling from the airport to Ghaziabad is very convenient with easy availability of airport buses, pre-paid taxis, app-based taxis (like Ola and Uber), and the metro rail line that operates directly from the airport.
Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)
- 37 kms from Ghaziabad
Tentative return flight prices to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) from major cities in India.
Ghaziabad is connected from all four sides through a good network of roads to all the cities in Uttar Pradesh, New Delhi, Uttarakhand and even Himachal Pradesh. With the easy availability of taxis and self-drive cars, travelling to and from Ghaziabad by road is a breeze.
Being a major railway junction in North India, Ghaziabad is connected to all the cities in India by a good network of daily and weekly trains. The Ghaziabad Railway Station (GZB) has several lines passing through it and some of the major routes include New Delhi, Allahabad, Kanpur and other cities in Uttar Pradesh.
The Ghaziabad Railway Station is located centrally in the city which makes it very easy to travel to any point through different modes of local transportation like auto-rickshaws, taxis, and the metro.
The Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) run regular AC and Non-AC buses to and from Ghaziabad. Private companies also run regular deluxe and luxury buses between Ghaziabad and the major nearby cities. Even though the traffic can be a bit daunting at times, the good conditions of the roads on most routes make the journey bearable.
Since Ghaziabad is a major part of the Delhi NCR region, it has a wide network of local transportation options. For travelling shorter distances the cycle rickshaws and auto-rickshaws (locally known as vikrams) are your best bet. For travelling long distances, you can opt for app-based taxis (Ola, Uber, Meru and others), and local buses.
The first phase of Ghaziabad Metro Rail is a proposed project which would make connectivity within the NCR region much more convenient.