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Discover a delectable mix of the old and new in India’s capital when you book flights to Delhi from Tbilisi. There are daily flights between the two cities, with a short connection in Dubai, so you can choose your ideal time. You’ll also find a range of fares available across both Economy and Business Class, perfect whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure.
Treat yourself to a Business Class ticket and as soon as you arrive at the airport you’ll be fast tracked through check-in to the departure lounge. Here you can enjoy a range of airport amenities, shopping and dining in comfort ahead of your flight. Once on the plane you’ll be travelling in luxury. Recline in your Italian leather seat or simply chill out in front of a good movie.
If you opt for an Economy Class seat, then you are in for an enjoyable journey. Sink down into your ergonomically-designed seat, which fits to the contours of your body, for ultimate comfort. You’ll have your own personal HD touchscreen TV, putting you in full control of the entertainment – you can choose from 2,000 hours of TV shows and movies. You can also connect your phone or tablet to our award-winning WiFi so you can browse the web, chat with friends and catch up on emails while in the air.
There are also drinks and snacks from our onboard trolley available for purchase throughout the flight.
Tbilisi to Delhi
- Up to four flights jet to Delhi from Tbilisi every day of the week
- Jet over the Arabian Gulf to Dubai, then board your connecting flight from the UAE, which will fly over Pakistan before landing in India
- The length of your journey will vary dependent on the date and time of the flight you choose
Pack your bags and head to Tbilisi International Airport (TBS), situated 18 km east of the city centre. The journey will take around 20-30 minutes by car. Take a taxi or if you’d rather drive, there are ample parking facilities available at the airport. Trains and buses also run regularly to and from the city if you’d prefer to use public transport.
When you arrive, head straight for our check-in desk where a member of staff will be waiting and ready to assist you. If you’d prefer, you can check-in online before you leave for the airport – this service will open 48 hours ahead of your flight. Opt for a mobile boarding pass and download it to your smartphone – then all you need to do it swipe it as you board.
Once you’re through security you can browse the duty free shops before relaxing at a coffee shop or grabbing a bite to eat at the burger bar.
The first leg of your journey will take you to Dubai International Airport (DXB) in just over three hours. Stretch your legs and freshen up during the short stopover and then it’s 3 hours and 20 minutes to Delhi International Airport (DEL), better known as Indira Gandhi International Airport.
There are plenty of transfer options into the city once you touch down in Delhi. From Terminal 3 you can hop on Delhi Metro’s Orange line, which will zip you into the city centre in just 18 minutes. Express buses also run 24 hours a day, perfect if you’re arriving late at night or early in the morning. You’ll also find taxis available outside Terminal 1 and 3 or, if you’d prefer, you can hire a car to use throughout your visit.
Uncover the beauty of India’s capital city when you visit bustling Delhi. This vibrant destination is a tale of two cities, divided by an old and new district. Take a step back in time and discover the rouge beauty of the Red Fort, the 17th-century complex that has witnessed some of the city’s most historical moments. Contrast this with an exploration of New Delhi, a contemporary metropolis with towering skyscrapers. This blend of past and present results in a fusion of ancient traditions and contemporary culture – it’s what makes this city particularly unique and intriguing.