Flights from Dubai to Delhi
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- Tue 17 MarDXBDELThu 26 MarDELDXBJazeera AirwaysIndirectfrom £150
- Tue 10 MarDXBDELTue 17 MarDELDXBJazeera AirwaysIndirectfrom £150
- Fri 13 MarDXBDELWed 18 MarDELDXBJazeera AirwaysIndirectfrom £150
Direct flights to New Delhi
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- AVERAGE FLIGHT TIME3h 23min
- CHEAPEST DIRECT RETURN£150
- AVERAGE FLIGHTS PER WEEK80
Flight information Dubai to New Delhi
Cheapest return price last month
Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 1358 miles
Most popular airline last month
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Frequently asked questions
Regular cheap flights from Dubai to Delhi are available for travellers regardless of when they want to go. Those flying from Dubai to Delhi will depart from Dubai International Airport (DXB) and will land at Indira Ghandi International Airport (DEL), also known as New Delhi Airport. Airlines that offer flights from Dubai to Delhi include Oman Air, IndiGo, Air India, and Jet Airways.
Although there are direct flights available, those looking for cheap flights from Dubai to Delhi may wish to consider taking a flight that includes a layover. Flights that have a layover often stop at Muscat International Airport (MCT) or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM). Both airports feature restaurants, cafes, and snack bars where travellers can fill up before their next flight. All travellers will need a valid passport and a visa to enter India.
Those with flights from Dubai to Delhi will likely depart from Terminal 2 at Dubai International Airport. There is a shuttle service that runs between Terminal 2 and the other two terminals. It is recommended that travellers check in at least three hours before their flights to Delhi are scheduled. This gives them plenty of time to get through immigration and grab a bite to eat at Rossovivo, Bombay Chowpatty or O'Briens. Travellers can also stop by Boots, Dubai Duty Free, or Le Clos for last-minute gifts. Dubai International Airport also has several services available for international travellers, including currency exchange, Wi-Fi, and smoking lounges.
Travellers will arrive at either Terminal 1 or Terminal 3 at New Delhi Airport. Upon arrival, you can grab coffee at Baker Street or Cafeccino. A food court is available in both terminals, or travellers can sit down and eat at Grid Bar, Street Food by Punjab Grill, or the Irish House. After exiting customs, travellers can hire a car if they did not do so before departing. They can also arrange a transfer to their hotels in Delhi.
Weather and Time in Delhi
Delhi has a humid, subtropical climate with a warm season that runs from mid-March to mid-June. The cold season runs from late November to mid-February. In June, the average temperatures are 34 °C. In January, the coldest month, the average temperatures are around 15 °C.
Dubai observes Gulf Standard Time while Delhi follows India Standard Time. This means that Delhi is ahead of Dubai by 1 hour and 30 minutes. Neither Dubai nor Delhi observe daylight saving time, so this time change stays the same all year long.
Costs of Dining in Delhi
Those travelling from Dubai to Delhi will find that the costs of dining out in Delhi are cheaper than in Dubai. For example, the cost of dining out at a restaurant in Delhi may be 50 to 76 percent less than in Dubai. Drinks in particular, including domestic and imported beer, can be 70 to 85 percent less than in Dubai.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.