Cheap Flights To India

India OffersBook By 29 May 2024
DepartingArrivalAirlineTravel datesPrice
LondonNew DelhiAlitalia15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£489.00
LondonGoaEtihad Airways15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£515.00
LondonChennai/Mad...Lufthansa23 Jan 2024 - 29 Jun 2024fr£560.00
LondonBangaloreAir France09 Dec 2023 - 25 May 2024fr£582.00
LondonGoaEtihad Airways01 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£620.00
LondonKochiKuwait Airways05 Dec 2023 - 24 May 2024fr£737.00
Flights to Flights.Htm£737
 Whether it’s the huge, bustling cities, or the picturesque sights of the countryside, India is a vast country with lots to see and do.

Cities such as Mumbai and Delhi can be an assault on the senses but are a great combination of the new and old, with architectural landmarks and traditional markets standing alongside modern new museums, galleries, restaurants and shops.

Further afield, there’s the iconic Taj Mahal, or the UNESCO World Heritage Site at the 16th-century city of Fatehpur Sikri, or you could take a day trip on one of the most famous train journeys in the world, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.

Or for a quiet and relaxing break, head to Goa, where you’ll find calm beaches, meditation retreats and wild tropics.

And wherever you choose to visit in India, you’ll be greeted with some great food options, created from delicious local spices, vegetables and fruits!

Ultimately, India is a country of massive contrasts, be it new and old, east and west or rich and poor, but it all means that it’s a fascinating country to visit, so be sure to check our fares here at Globehunters!

5 Things You Need to Know About India

If you’re busy planning a trip to India, here are five things that you’ll probably want to know:

Time Difference: GMT +5:30 hours
Currency: Indian Rupee 
Native Language: Hindi & English
Weather: Varies a lot across the various regions, with arid deserts in the west, alpine tundra and glaciers in the north, and humid tropical climates in the south-west and island territories
Sales Tax: Varies from 0% to 28%

Flying to India from the UK

Here’s everything you’ll need to know if you’re flying from the UK to India, such as flight times and entry requirements.

Flight Times

Direct flights from the UK to India generally take about eight or nine hours, with flights available from London Heathrow and Manchester.

Indirect routes are also available if you’re travelling from elsewhere in the country, or if you’re travelling somewhere other than the main cities of Mumbai and Delhi, and these will, of course, take longer.

Entry Requirements

You’ll need to ensure that you have a visa before you travel to India, and these can be obtained from the Indian High Commission website and the length of permitting stay on an e-visa has recently been increased from 30 days to 60 days.

If you hold dual British-Pakistani nationality, you must apply for your Indian visa on your Pakistan passport, and the processing time will take around seven to eight weeks longer.

There is also a User Development Fee at many airports, which is usually about 1,000 rupees for international customers, although this should be included in your ticket fare.

Airlines That Fly to India

The following airlines offer direct flights to India from the UK:

- Jet Airways
- Air India
- British Airways
- Virgin Atlantic

10 India Must-Dos

If you’re wondering what the main sights and attractions are in such a varied country, read on for our top ten must-dos:

- Taj Mahal
- Amer Fort
- The Red Fort
- Jim Corbett National Park
- Hawa Mahal
- Qutb Minar
- Agra Fort
- The Ganges
- Kanha Tiger Reserve
- Humayun’s Tomb

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