Lucknow to New Delhi Flights ( 41 flights found )

Lowest Fare from Lucknow to New Delhi on 05 Oct 2018 - Rs 1483

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Information of Lucknow New Delhi Flight

Aerial distance 422 KM
Total flights from Lucknow to New Delhi in a week 222 flights
First Flight IndiGo 769 , departs at 6:15 AM
Last Flight Jet Airways 164 , departs at 8:40 AM
Cheapest flights from Lucknow to New Delhi ₹1400*
Popular Airlines from Lucknow to New Delhi IndiGo, GoAir, Jet Airways, Vistara Airlines, Air India, and JetLite
Shortest Time of flights from Lucknow to New Delhi 01h 00m
Airport codes flights from Lucknow to New Delhi Lucknow-LKO,New Delhi-DEL
Time of Lucknow to New Delhi flights 1h 25min

Lucknow New Delhi Cheap Flights

Lucknow New Delhi Cheap Flights Fare INR Airlines Name Date of journey Timings
Cheapest Fare within 30 days ₹1483* GoAir 05/10/2018 07:09 AM-08:09 AM Book Now
Cheapest Fare within 90 Days ₹1400* GoAir 24/09/2018 01:09 PM-02:09 PM Book Now
Lowest Fare to Travel ₹1400* GoAir 24/09/2018 01:09 PM-02:09 PM Book Now

Lucknow New Delhi Flights Timings & Other Info

Flight timings GoAir IndiGo Air India Jet Airways Vistara
Early Morning (12 AM to 8 AM) 28 15 0 3 0
Morning ( 8 AM to 12 PM) 11 8 6 30 0
After Noon ( 12 PM to 4 PM) 22 6 35 34 55
Evening ( 4 PM to 8 PM) 6 5 0 0 12
Night ( 8 PM to 12 AM) 0 33 26 0 0
Baggage Details ( Check in ) 15 kg's 15 kg's 15 kg's 15 kg's 15 kg's

About Lucknow (LKO)

Lucknow, also known as ‘City of Nawabs’ is a multi-cultural and pristine tourist destination. The city defines the Nawabi culture and exemplifies beauty, etiquette, and charm. It will not be wrong to say that Lucknow is one of the most vibrant cultural heritage locations of central India.

You can soak in the old world charm here, as it is home to various historical monuments, architectural wonders, and cuisines. When in Lucknow, don’t forget to shop for local crafts like Chikankaari, zardozi, and traditional jewelry. Though Lucknow is also making a move towards modernity, it still a laidback city and you feel like you have been transported a long gone era.

You can easily reach the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, as it is home to the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. The airport is the second largest and busiest in Northern and Central India and is ranked just after Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. It is also the thirteenth-busiest airport in India. There are two terminals at Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport. Terminal 1 that closely resembles the Charbagh Railway Station caters to the international flight departures and arrivals. Terminal 2 is used exclusively for domestic flights.

It is easy to travel to and from the airport as it is well-connected by local buses and cabs that ply frequently between the airport and various locations in the city. The North-South corridor line of the Lucknow metro also connects the international airport.

If you are on a business visit and need to stay connected, be warned that there is no Wi-Fi or cyber café within the airport premises, so prepare accordingly.

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.