Direct flights to Delhi

Visit the fascinating city of Delhi and experience true Indian culture. In this guide you learn what not to miss, and find all direct flights offered to the airport in Delhi.

Indira Gandhi International Airport is the largest airport in India. In total there are 145 airports with direct flights to Delhi from 52 different countries and 10 U.S. states. The airport is a hub for IndiGo (Primary hub.), Air India and Vistara . You can easily reach Delhi with daily non-stop flights from 31 other major hubs like Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata (IndiGo).

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India's capital city is busy, dusty and humid; but once you see the beautiful core of the Indian culture and see Delhi through an open mind you begin to see that the city is in fact full of fantastic museums, monuments, temples and vibrant colourful markets. Delhi is also the entry point for travellers wishing to venture to Jaipur and Agra.

Getting to Delhi

Several international airlines provide flights to Indira Gandhi International Airport, the main gateway to the Delhi region in northern India and the capital city of New Delhi. Named after the former prime minister of India, the airport is one of the most important aviation hubs in southern Asia. It has the capacity to handle more than 46 million passengers and aims to increase this to over 100 million by 2030.

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Direct flights to Delhi

No matter the destination, a direct flight is always the most convenient option. If you want to find available direct connections to Delhi and Indira Gandhi International Airport, please use the links below.

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Discover Delhi

Delhi, or the National Capital Territory of Delhi as it is officially known, is the largest metropolis in India by area and the second biggest by population after Mumbai, with nearly 17 million people living there.

The region encompasses New Delhi, which has been India's official capital and seat of government since the country gained independence from British rule in 1947. In addition to its government buildings and institutions, the destination is home to a number of national museums, monuments, art galleries and other significant sites.

Travellers visiting Delhi can learn more about the area's fascinating history. Remains of seven major cities have been discovered in this part of India and evidence of continuous habitation stretches back to the sixth century BC. Other experiences not to be missed include sampling local cuisine and exploring busy bazaars.

Five must sees in Delhi

At Delhi's National Museum, visitors can explore some 5,000 years of Indian history. The institution is home to a colourful array of fascinating objects, including relics from past civilisations, Asian antiques, paintings, old coins, textiles and weapons.

Another attraction that should not be missed during a trip to Delhi is the Red Fort, or Lal Qila. This red sandstone structure was made to serve as Mughal emperor Shah Jahan's ruling palace and is now one of the city's top sights. The fort looks impressive from the outside and is home to pretty gardens, halls and other features within.

Travelers can pick up some unique gifts and souvenirs to remember their trip at Chandni Chowk, a bustling bazaar in the heart of Delhi's old quarter. As well as absorbing the atmosphere of this location and taking in the myriad sounds, smells and tastes, browsers can look out for landmarks including temples and mosques.

In southern Delhi, visitors can see one of the city's three Unesco World Heritage sites - Humayun's Tomb. This striking structure, which has often been described as a prototype for the more famous Taj Mahal in Agra, is the final resting place of the second Mughal emperor.

Another historic location worth checking out is the Qutub complex, which comprises structures dating back to the 13th century and gardens that are popular for picnics and quiet days out. The most famous landmark of all within the grounds is Qutub Minar, an intricately carved minaret that stands at a height of more than 72 metres.

Direct flights travel tip

Explore Delhi in one of the city's distinctive yellow and green auto rickshaws or on the back of a cycle rickshaw. Passengers should never be afraid to haggle with drivers and should agree on a price before starting their journey.

When to go to Delhi

Delhi has hot, long summers that typically begin in early April and continue until mid-October. The monsoon season reaches its peak in the summer months of July and August, bringing heavy rains and humidity.

The months from November to February offer cooler conditions but can also bring thick fog.

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Yes you can fly to Delhi from 4 different US airports.

There are 68 airlines with direct flights to Delhi. IndiGo, Air India and SpiceJet are the most popular ones.

All 3 big alliances are flying to Delhi. Star Alliance, Oneworld and SkyTeam.

The IATA code is DEL and the ICAO code is VIDP.

You can fly daily from 31 different airports hubs to Delhi. Including Mumbai & Bengaluru & Kolkata & Hyderabad & Chennai & Kochi with IndiGo, Dubai with Emirates and Singapore with Singapore Airlines.

Depends where you are flying from. It takes 16h 0min from San Francisco (SFO) and 45min from Dehra Dun (DED).

There is 1 airport in Delhi with scheduled flights, Indira Gandhi International Airport, DEL.

It depends on where from and when you are flying. The average one-way ticket price according to our data is $246.
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