Being an IT professional I need to stare the whole day at my computer screen but I am quite used to it now. But whenever I get the chance, I pack my bag and start for some new destinations as I love visiting new places. I have visited many places around the globe and many famous spots within my country as well. Normally there are extended weekends and during these periods, I plan out something in different parts as I am a travel enthusiast. I never miss to take my camera just to keep all these memories. Last time I planned to visit Visakhapatnam and for that purpose I started my journey by air travel from Bangaluru to Visakhapatnam by Spicejet Airlines. It takes around 30 to 40 minutes to reach the city from Bangalore by air and mostly the flight travelled across the coastal areas. I could see the Bay of Bengal on my right as the flight flew over the coastal areas of Andhra.
Normally with low-cost airlines you can get huge benefits and the most important of them is the availability of cheap air tickets. I generally prefer to book such tickets and travel to different
places in the country. Travelling with them was really comfortable and it was quite interesting as well. My flight was at around 9:45 in the morning and I reached the airport before 8 am
itself. This was the first time I was travelling to Visakhapatnam and I was really excited. I had travelled to Hyderabad many times before; however, to Visakhapatnam, this was my maiden
experience. The flight was on time and accordingly we landed in the city at around 10:30 am. As it was located in the coastal areas, the climate was bit harsh and was humid as well.
Bangalore had always the soothing and refreshing climate, but it was totally opposite from Visakhapatnam.
I planned to stay in the city for two days and for that purpose I decided to start my excursion straightway from the airport itself. There were many places to visit in the city and before that I had a light meal. The experience of my air travel from Bangaluru to Visakhapatnam by Spicejet Airlines was amazing.