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Cheap round-trip flights to Delhi

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Why You Should Take a Flight to Delhi

Colourful, chaotic and packed full of character, Delhi is one of the world’s ultimate city break destinations. Book your flights to this mega metropolis today and discover all of its delights.


When to Book Flights to Delhi

The most popular time to book flights to Delhi is October to March. The coolest and driest season in the city, these winter months see average temperatures of between 15˚C and 20˚C and very little rain.

Summers in Delhi are hot and humid. The hottest months are March to June when temperatures can easily reach 40˚C. If you do decide to book flights to Delhi at this sweltering time of year, you’ll find you have many of the city’s attractions to yourself as the peak season crowds evaporate.

The monsoon season begins to make itself felt around the end of June. This wet weather, combined with high summer temperatures, can make sightseeing a challenge.


How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Delhi

As the peak tourist season in the city is relatively short, you’ll need to plan your trip carefully if you’re going to bag cheap flights to Delhi. If you’re flexible on when you fly, click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the Expedia results page. As prices of flights to Delhi often vary throughout the week, this can be a great way to track down a cheap deal.

You’ll often find the cost of airfares to Delhi depends on the airport your fly from as well as the day you fly. Make sure you select ‘All airports’ from the drop down list when typing in your departure details to ensure you’re shown all possible journey options. You can also try clicking the ‘Nearby airports’ link on the results page to see if there are any other potential departure points for your trip.


UK Departures to Delhi


Main Airports in Delhi

As well as serving Delhi and the surrounding area, Indira Gandhi International is the busiest airport in India. Every year, tens of millions of passengers pass through its terminals on their way to destinations across India and around the world.

Flights depart from Indira Gandhi International for Europe, the US, the Middle East, Asia and Africa, giving passengers a fantastic choice of direct services.

The Delhi Airport Metro Express links the airport with the city centre and rail services are also located close to the terminal. Buses and taxis are available at the airport and many hotels in the city offer transfers.


Which Airlines Fly to Delhi?

A number of airlines offer direct and connecting services between UK airports and Delhi.

These include:


How to Get to and Around Delhi

The roads in Delhi are famously congested so you might want to avoid taxis and buses if you’re in a rush.

The city’s metro network is fast and efficient and links most parts of Delhi. Pick up a ‘Tourist Card’ and you’ll be able to use the network as much as you want for either one or three days. The first car of every metro train is reserved for women only.

If you want to see a little more of the city, and aren’t in a rush to get anywhere, buses are a good way to get around. Fares are cheap and the network is very extensive. Travelling by bus also gives you the chance to experience an authentic slice of life in Delhi.

Taxis and rickshaws are also available in most parts of the city.


What are the Must-sees in Delhi?

The most famous site in Delhi is the Red Fort. Built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (the same man who commissioned the Taj Mahal), the fort was completed at the end of the 17th century. The fort complex is filled with beautiful historic buildings and lush gardens. Spend a day exploring its various spaces and learning about the city’s history.

The Qutub complex is another of Delhi’s must-see attractions. A designated Unesco World Heritage site, the complex centres around the Qutub Minar, a five-storey, 72.5m minaret. Built between 1193 and 1368, the intricately carved landmark is one of the symbols of the city.

If you want to soak up the atmosphere of the metropolis and get a real feel for the city, head to Old Delhi. Originally founded as a walled city, it’s a fantastic place to experience the sights and sounds of India.


Tips and Tricks for Travelling in Delhi

British passport holders travelling to India need to obtain a visa before they fly. Tourists planning to stay in the country for less than 60 days can apply for an e-visa online.

Reviews from verified customers

May 1, 2019

the staff was incredibly polite and very attentive. Best in class.

May 1, 2019

A great flight thanks to the excellent cabin staff.

Apr 27, 2019

Easy check in

Apr 5, 2019

Wonderful service to ensure we caught our next flight.

Mar 22, 2019

Free one bag drop would be a bonus.

Mar 14, 2019

One of our seats had no entertainment available, the controller was dead.

Mar 6, 2019

Comfortable flight, leaving bang on time. Great value for money and very efficient check-in and boarding

Feb 15, 2019

Thank you for a great attentive staff!

Feb 4, 2019

Purchased upgrade at the airport to premium economy - great service as usual

Feb 3, 2019

Overall a good flight