Flights from Brisbane to New Delhi

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Sat 22 Jun
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Cheapest return price for the current month from $1,774*
Cheapest return price over next 6 months from $970*
Cheapest month November 2024
Most expensive month November 2024
Average flight time 15h 25m

New Delhi Guide

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There’s little doubt about it: New Delhi resembles no any other city in the world. Prepare to be bowled over by chaos, colour, crowds and culture in the Indian capital city. From exploring labyrinthine local markets and snapping photos at the city’s biggest historical and religious landmarks, to paying respects at the final resting place of Mahatma Gandhi; there is no shortage of ways to fill your days with a holiday in New Delhi. Jump into an auto rickshaw for a thrilling sightseeing experience, or do as the locals do and navigate the train system. You might also spend a lazy afternoon in one of the city’s green parks or at a restaurant sipping a refreshing lassi.

Experiencing New Delhi is an eye-opening adventure and you can be one step closer to a trip to India by booking return flights from Brisbane to New Delhi with Webjet.

Best time to visit New Delhi

The best time to visit New Delhi

New Delhi offers much to see and do throughout the year, but the city adopts an extra special character in autumn (September, October and November). The weather is sunny without being oppressively hot, and welcome breezes can make exploring outdoor attractions even more comfortable. There are occasional rain showers. Winter is also another good time to visit New Delhi as temperatures are mild - think long pants and light jumpers - and crowds are fewer. The New Delhi summer is a key off-peak tourist season and travellers willing to withstand scorching temperatures will find a great range of cheap BNE to DEL airfares. The city celebrates Diwali or the Festival of Lights in late October/early November, heralding a period of festivities when the streets are beautifully decorated and the city bustles with activity. This is also when Delhi hosts a number of film, drama, music and literature festivals. Tourists love the mild weather and celebrations meaning accomodation and flight costs sky-rocket. Remember the monsoon season hits India during June to September.


Departing From Brisbane

Brisbane Airport is a major hub for Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar, with direct flights departing from Terminal 1 (T1) to many international destinations. There are currently no direct flights from Brisbane to New Delhi. All routes require one or two stopovers, with the fastest flight time to Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) from Brisbane being approximately 15 hours 30 minutes. Frequent stopover locations include Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok. Airlines that offer cheap airfares from Brisbane to New Delhi include Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways and Virgin Australia.

Getting to Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport (BNE) is located approximately 14 kilometres from the CBD and is easily accessible using taxi, train or rideshare. Taxi passengers should budget between $45 and $55 AUD for a trip from the city. Expect the journey to take about 20 minutes but always allow extra time during peak periods. The Airtrain is a convenient option for travelling to the airport and it has regular services. A one-way fare is about $18 AUD and takes roughly 25 minutes. Remember, the earlier you book, the more you save. Brisbane is well-serviced by rideshare including Uber, so order your ride using your preferred app and you’ll be on your way to a holiday in New Delhi in no time.

Parking at Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport (BNE) has more than 5000 bays available for long-term, premium and valet parking. Also available is park-finding technology, safety and security, extra lighting and designated spaces for drivers with disabilities.

Where to Park at Brisbane Airport

If you choose to drive to the airport to catch your flight from Brisbane to New Delhi, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to parking facilities. Book online to secure your bay and take advantage of savings.

  • ParkLong: Located on varying levels in the lots close to both the airport terminals. Drivers can simply drive in and choose their spot. A weekly parking rate is about $129 AUD.
  • ParkValet: The ultimate in hassle-free parking and available on Level 1 at the International Terminal car park. You can even arrange for your car to be cleaned while you globe trot. The drive-up rate is $185 AUD for one week.
  • AIRPARK: This is Brisbane Airport’s newest car park, offering budget long-term parking. A week of AIRPARK Everyday parking will cost approximately $99 AUD. AIRPARK Undercover must be booked in advance.

Arriving in New Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is the main airport servicing New Delhi. It is also one of the busiest airports in the world, handling more passengers than Singapore, Seoul and Bangkok airports. An upgrade is currently underway to increase capacity and add a number of improvements.

How to Get from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Your New Delhi Hotel or Accommodation

Indira Gandhi International Airport is located approximately 16 kilometres from the centre of New Delhi. If you are in a hurry, take the Metro Express subway into the city. The journey takes 25 minutes and trains depart roughly every 15 minutes throughout the day. The fare for a one-way ticket into the city is about INR 60 (less than $2 AUD). Taxis are convenient for travelling into New Delhi however be aware of scams and avoid getting ripped off by using one of three official taxi operators found outside terminals 1 and 2. Look for Meru Cabs, Mega Cabs and Delhi Airport Taxi Services. All taxis are integrated with a GPS system to ensure the fare is tracked, and you can expect to pay INR 400 ($8 AUD) for the trip into the city. Travel time is about 30 minutes but varies with traffic conditions. If you have a flight arriving early in the morning and don't want to wait for the metro line to open, pre-book a private airport shuttle transfer. This trip should take 30 to 45 minutes and arrangements can be made with your hotel. Taking a bus is the cheapest way to get around. The Delhi Transport Company (DTC) connects the airport to central parts of New Delhi with air-conditioned shuttles every 30 minutes.

Things to do

Things to do in New Delhi

New Delhi is a messy but magical capital city and it can take determination to navigate. Tradition and modernity collide in one heady mix in a metropolis that is a fusion of the old and new worlds. While in New Delhi, explore architectural wonders such as The Red Fort, Qutub Minar, and the 18th-century Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, Delhi's most important place of Sikh worship. The bazaars and markets in New Delhi offer great shopping as well as the chance to encounter authentic sights, sounds and smells of India. One of the most exciting reasons to visit to New Delhi is the food. Street fare in New Delhi does have a rather notorious reputation, so if you are up for sampling street samosas, chai or onion bhaji, look to vendors that locals frequent or ask the concierge at your New Delhi accommodation.