Flights from Dubai to Delhi

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Fly to Delhi from Dubai and discover the beauty and mysteries of India. With five flights every week to the capital city, you can organise your adventure to this vibrant country quickly and easily.

At flydubai we want to make sure you have the best possible journey. That’s why we offer both Economy and Business Class, so you can travel in comfort and choose seats that perfectly suit your budget. With a flight lasting just over three hours, you’ll be right in the heart of north India before you know it.

Whatever fare you choose, with flydubai you’ll cruise in style. Go for Economy and relax in our ergonomically-designed seats while you explore everything on offer on your personal 12.1-inch touch screen. Opt for something more luxurious when you buy a Business Class ticket and enjoy Italian leather seats and exclusive service.

Tuck into something tasty as you fly towards India by pre-ordering a meal from our menu. Inspired by cuisines from all corners of the globe, you’ll have a delicious range to choose from. If you prefer something lighter, snacks and beverages are available for purchase throughout the flight.

Dubai to Delhi

  • Pick between five flights every week to Delhi from Dubai
  • Fly over the Gulf of Oman, Iran and Pakistan before landing in Delhi
  • Your flight will last approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes

Your journey

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Embark on your trip to northern India at Dubai International Airport (DXB). Located just 5kms from the city centre, there are plenty of transfer options to choose from. Take the bus to DXB or opt for the Dubai Metro, which will take you to Abu Hail station, just 2km from Terminal 2. You can also book a private transfer, call a taxi or even drive yourself and make use of the ample parking facilities available.

When you arrive at the airport head to Terminal 2, where a member of our team will be happy to greet you and check you in. Alternatively, use our self-service check-in kiosks or check-in online between 48 hours and 90 minutes before departure.

Once you’re checked in, clear security and make your way to the departure lounge where you’ll find an array of things to keep you busy. With plenty of duty free stores to explore and restaurants to discover, you’ll be boarding before you know it.

Touch down at Delhi International Airport (DEL) and you’ll find yourself 16km from the New Delhi centre. Head into the city by arranging a private transfer or catch a taxi at the stands located outside Terminals 1 and 3. Organise a pre-paid taxi in the arrivals area or take the Delhi Metro Airport Express line into the city. Alternatively, if you prefer to head out and explore the city yourself, hire a car with flydubai.

Discover Delhi

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India’s capital is a sprawling metropolis which promises so much to those who venture there. Packed with energy, excitement and experiences aplenty, you’ll be spoilt for choice for things to do. Make the most of this historical hot spot and discover its magnificent heritage. Head to Old Delhi and pay the impressive Red Fort a visit and marvel at its glorious structure. Wander through the famous bazaar, Chandni Chowk, and immerse yourself in the plethora of foods, spices and stalls. Whatever you’re visiting for, this vibrant city is sure to charm and intrigue you from the moment you arrive.


FAQs on flying from Dubai to Delhi

When is the best time to visit Delhi?

The best time to visit Delhi is from October to March, when the weather is enjoyable and pleasant. From April to June, you can enjoy warm temperatures. The monsoons last from July to September.

Which are the must-visit places in Delhi?

You can visit three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Delhi: the Red Fort, Qutb Minar and Humayun’s Tomb. Other places of interest in the city are Jama Masjid, India Gate, Ajmeri Gate, Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Nehru Museum and Planetarium, Mughal Garden and Lodhi Garden.

Which are the best shopping attractions in Delhi?

Hauz Khas is the most famous shopping attraction in the city. Known as ‘the national capital of ethnic chic’, the boutiques and shops here sell curios, carpets, handicrafts, designer clothing and jewellery, among various other items. You can also shop at outlets of various well-known brands like Nike, Louis Phillipe and Omega in Connaught Place.

Which are the modes of public transportation in Delhi?

All of Delhi’s landmarks are connected by the metro, which is the fastest transportation option available. You may also choose to get around this beautiful city via local train, taxis, auto rickshaws, cycle rickshaws and buses.

What is the aerial distance from Dubai to Delhi?

The aerial distance from Dubai to Delhi is 2,181 kms.

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