Flights from Melbourne to New Delhi

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New Delhi Guide

The wonderful city of New Delhi is the national capital of India and it is situated on the west bank of the Yamuna River on the north-central part of the country. It has an overwhelming amount of culture, history, food, temples and so much more.

New Delhi is a real melting pot of religions so consequently, it offers a lot of impressive spiritual buildings. If you are a history lover this is the right place for you as it has dozens of museums and monuments to satisfy your thirst for knowledge. On the other hand, it is a modern city with luxury hotels and world-class restaurants.

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Things to do in New Delhi

Qutub Complex

Qutub Complex is an architectural masterpiece of India. It consists of Qutub Minar, the Iron Pillar, the ruins of ancient Jain Temples, Ala-ud-din’s sprawling Madrasa, and Altamish’s Tomb made out of sandstone and marble. Qutub Minar is a soaring 73-metre-high tower of victory built in 1193. It is one of the most exquisite monuments of India.

Humayun's Tomb

Humayun's Tomb is the place where the great Mughal Emperor rests. It is built in the mid-16th century and it represents an impressive mixture of Persian and Mughal architecture blended in a magnificent red sandstone structure. Because of its beauty, it became an inspiration for the Taj Mahal.

Red Fort (Lal Quila)

Red Fort is a real jewel which dates back to the Mughal era. It was the residence of the emperors for nearly 200 years. It is a must-see for every visitor of New Delhi. The best time to see it is at night when special light effects illuminate it accompanied with music.

Best time to visit New Delhi

When is the best time to book Melbourne to New Delhi flights?

The best time to reserve your airfares to New Delhi from Melbourne is from October to March when the weather is at its best. You should visit it during this period when nature is blooming, the weather is pleasant and it will provide you with the best possible experience of fantastic New Delhi.

 

Cheap Flights to New Delhi (DEL) from Melbourne (MEL)

Where to find cheap flights Melbourne to New Delhi?

There around 30 MEL to DEL flights daily and you can choose Melbourne to New Delhi flights with one or two stops. Direct flights are quite rare, but they last around 12 hours and 15 minutes, while other MEL to DEL flights last around 30 hours. So, prepare yourself for a long journey. Airfares to New Delhi from Melbourne cost around AUD 500. If you are in search of cheap flights Melbourne to New Delhi and great offers, then Webjet is the right place for you.

Airports

Departing from Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Melbourne Airport, colloquially known as Tullamarine Airport, is the primary airport of Melbourne. The airport is situated some 23 kilometres away from Melbourne’s city centre, right next to the suburb of Tullamarine. With 42 different airlines providing domestic and international flights, passengers from Melbourne won’t have much difficulty finding a flight tailored to their needs. 

Getting to Melbourne Airport (MEL)

One of the most convenient and fastest ways of getting to the airport is by taxi. It is approximately a 30-minute ride from the city centre.  

Another more affordable option is by Skybus which gives express bus services every 10 minutes between Melbourne Airport and the city centre. It operates every day and the cost of the fare in one way is AUD 19.

 

Parking Options at Melbourne Airport (MEL)

For short or long MEL to DEL flights the cheapest parking options are Value car parks which include free 24/7 shuttle bus service, that departs to and from the terminals every 10 minutes.

There are also car parks located directly in front of the terminals and they can be quite expensive, but they are a great choice if you are in a hurry to catch your Melbourne to New Delhi flights.

 

Which International Terminal will your Melbourne to New Delhi flights depart from?

Your cheap flights Melbourne (MEL) to New Delhi (DEL) usually depart from the international T2 terminal.

 

Arriving at New Delhi Airport (DEL)

New Delhi airport, also known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, is the largest airport in India. Your Melbourne (MEL) to New Delhi (DEL) flights usually arrive at the international T3 terminal. When you have arrived at New Delhi Airport you will easily pick up your luggage and prepare yourself to leave Indira Gandhi Airport.

 

Getting from New Delhi Airport (DEL) to Your Hotel

How to get to your hotel from Indira Gandhi Airport?

New Delhi airport is only 15 kilometres from the city centre, but the travel time can be longer due to traffic conditions and if you go by taxi it can take from 30 to 45 minutes. You should always take prepaid taxis at the New Delhi Airport counter in order to avoid rude drivers and scams. Taxi fares to New Delhi vary depending on the kilometres. The fare is from INR 20.00 to INR 25.00 per kilometre, which is less than half an Australian dollar per kilometre.

The fastest way to get to New Delhi is by Delhi Metro. It connects Terminal 3 with the central part of New Delhi by the Orange line. It goes every 15 minutes and it takes approximately 19 minutes to New Delhi. The fare from DEL airport to New Delhi for a single journey is INR 60 which is a little over AUD 1.

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