London (LON) New Delhi (DEL) Flight Schedule

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London To New Delhi Flight Schedule ( 14 flights found )

Travelling by air is the most convenient and comfortable way of getting from one Indian city to another. However, the procedure of booking air tickets is not always straightforward. To ensure that you may book flights easily and fast, Cleartrip provides all the details you need in one place.

Air India, Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Jet Airways, and Virgin Atlantic are the airlines that operate between London and New Delhi. Every week, there are 82 flights from London to New Delhi. Of this number, Air India has 15, Air Canada has 22, American Airlines has 10, British Airways has 14, Iberia has 7, Jet Airways has 7, and Virgin Atlantic has 7.

To avail of the best offers, you should book your tickets 30-45 days in advance. Flights starting at London leave from Luton Airport. The IATA code of this airport is LHR. Flights landing at New Delhi arrive at Indira Gandhi International Airport. The IATA code of this airport is DEL.

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The price of a London to New Delhi flight ticket varies between a minimum Rs. 23860 or up to Rs. 446133.

About London(LON)

London is the most visited city in the world, where old-world charm meets the burgeoning metropolitan culture. It is a city that proudly showcases the celebrated architecture and ancient monuments, while embracing modernity and progress. It will not be wrong to say that London offers an unmatched experience as it is a melting pot of cultures, people, languages, and cuisines.

London is quite literally crowded with architectural and cultural masterpieces like the majestic Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Westminster Abbey, Victoria and Albert Museum, and London Tower, to name just a few! To witness the real London take a walk through the city streets to soak in all that is British. London is the world’s fashion capital and it will not disappoint you in terms of nightlife. The sounds of rock, jazz and blues waft out of themed bars and pubs spread all across the city.

As London is the most popular tourist destination, there are several international Airports in London. The three prominent airports in London are London Heathrow Airport, the London City Airport, and the London Gatwick Airport.

The London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the city’s main international airport, which makes it one of the busiest airports in the world. There are four terminals at the London Heathrow Airport – Terminals 2, 3, 4, and 5. For the ease of passengers there are free shuttle train and bus services between the terminals. London Heathrow Airport is well connected with the city by buses, coaches, taxis, underground rail services, and rental cars.

The other airport is The London Gatwick Airport (LGW), which is located at a distance of 45 km south of London. It is the second largest airport in the UK and manages all its flights from a single runway. There are two terminals, namely the North Terminal and South Terminal.

The third airport is The London City Airport (LCY), which is another important commercial airport, located 15 km from the main city. The airport handles all its operations from a single terminal.

Despite the huge crowds, London boasts a well-connected public transport system and this is the most reliable way to commute between various locations in the city to the airport. In addition to the railways and bus services, you can also use taxis and private cars to commute.

About New Delhi(DEL)

New Delhi, the capital city of India, is a city of extremes. The city is an eclectic mix of old and new, with an old Delhi, the capital of Mughal India characterized by a maze of narrow lanes, crumbling havelis, culturally rich monuments, and historic mosques and the New Delhi that is characterized by tree-lined avenues, splendid government buildings, and skyscrapers. It is a city where the past and present come together in a celebration of culture and beauty.

New Delhi will not disappoint shoppers, as there are a number of markets filled with handicrafts, silverware, silks, and ready-made garments. Whether you are looking for the designer labels or local wares, you can easily find it all in Delhi’s markets.

The easiest and fastest way to travel to New Delhi is by air. The Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, in New Delhi, is India’s largest and busiest airport. It is the eighth largest airport in the world and was built during World War II. There are two terminals at the New Delhi Airport. Terminal 1 handles the rush of domestic flights, with Terminal 1C for arrivals and 1D for departures. Terminal 3 is for both domestic and international flights.

It is very convenient to travel to and from the airport, as it is well-connected with public transport. The superfast express metro, the ‘Orange Line’, runs between Dwarka Sector 21 station and New Delhi station. Inter-state and inter-city bus services also ply between the airport and city. You can also make use of car rental services and radio-taxis, to travel to and from the airport.

As the airport is quite large it is best to be on time to avoid confusion and to avoid missing flights. Delhi is also quite infamous for its traffic jams so take this into account when heading to the airport.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Which airline brands fly from London to New Delhi? These airline brands fly from London to New Delhi - Air India, Air Canada, American Airlines, British Airways, Iberia, Jet Airways, and Virgin Atlantic
  2. How many weekly flights from London to New Delhi? There are 82 weekly flights from London to New Delhi. Following airlines and corresponding weekly flights - Air India has 15, Air Canada has 22, American Airlines has 10, British Airways has 14, Iberia has 7, Jet Airways has 7, and Virgin Atlantic has 7
  3. When does the first flight leave from London? The first flight from London to New Delhi is at 9:45 AM, which is Air India airline 162 followed by Air Canada 6400 which leaves at 9:45 AM.
  4. When does the last flight leave from London? The last flight from London to New Delhi is at 9:55 PM which is Virgin Atlantic.
  5. What is the airport code of London and New Delhi? Airport code of London is LON and New Delhi is DEL.
  6. What is the name of the airport in London? The name of the primary airport in London is Luton Airport.
  7. What is the name of the airport in New Delhi? The name of the primary airport in New Delhi is Indira Gandhi International Airport.

London Airport Details

New Delhi Airport Details

  • Indira Gandhi International Airport
  • "Airport Road
  • 91 124 3376000.
  • feedback.igiairport@gmrgroup.in
  • http://www.newdelhiairport.in/

 

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