Flying from Dubai International Airport
Flights from Dubai operate regularly and Dubai International Airport is close to the city, enabling easy access from surrounding areas. The most common mode of transport to the airport is by taxi. There is no shortage of cabs and, in particular, the cream-coloured Dubai Transport Corporation cars are widely recognised as being reliable and reasonably priced. There are also bus routes running directly from the city, and many hotels operate their own transport. The latest addition is the automated metro, which has stops across the city and was opened in 2009. For passengers who are on stopovers, there is a complimentary shuttle bus between the airport's terminals; this runs 24 hours a day.
There are three terminals at Dubai International Airport, one of which is exclusive to Emirates flights. As might be expected, in the United Arab Emirates terminal there is an extensive range of VIP services available at an additional cost that speed up the process between checking in and arriving at the lounge. The airport has a range of lounges, including two Quiet Lounges in Terminal 1, which allow passengers to rest before flights.
The airport has an extensive range of shopping and dining options, and features many global luxury brands. All tastes are catered for, from Indian cuisine to fish and chips, enabling passengers who are travelling on one of the flights Dubai offers to enjoy a relaxing meal. There is also a variety of services available, including banks, tour operators and hire car companies, should they be required.
To book flights from Dubai Emirate to Delhi, and also to book accommodation and car hire, visit ebookers.ie.
Flying into New Delhi
The Delhi-Indira Gandhi International Airport is the busiest airport in India. Located just ten miles from the centre of New Delhi, the airport is named after the nation’s former Prime Minister. Recently renovated and thoroughly modern, this massive airport serves over thirty-five million passengers each year. When you are ready to visit India's capital city of New Delhi, let ebookers help you find the best prices on airline flights and travel packages.
Ground Transportation in New Delhi
You can reach downtown New Delhi by taxi, bus, Metro train, or Easy Cab. Many hotels offer shuttle service, too. Prepaid taxi fares average around INR250, while the bus costs INR50. Most hotels charge for pickup, with fees ranging from INR400 to INR700. Easy Cab has counters right in the arrival terminals and is very convenient. Expect a rate of around INR350 for a trip into town.
New Delhi Weather
New Delhi is a sub-tropical city. Winters are cool but not freezing, with average low temperatures between 7°C and 10°C. Summers are typically wet and hot, with temperatures routinely in the high 30s. Monsoon season peaks in the middle of summer, so travellers arriving in July or August should bring appropriate rain clothes.
Enjoying New Delhi
New Delhi is one of the oldest and most historic cities in the world and features some magnificent architecture. The Red Fort, built by the same emperor who built the Taj Mahal, is home to many sites of note, including the Hayat Bakhsh Bagh, Khas Mahal, and the bustling Chatta Chowk bazaar. Humayun's Tomb is a large and impressive monument that is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are many wonderful museums, including the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, the National Museum, and the Gandhi Smriti. Children will love the International Dolls Museum with its collection of priceless dolls and costumes. As the national capital of India, New Delhi features many grand gardens and parks, notably Lodhi Garden and Nehru Park. If you want to get a real feel for the city, take the Footloose in Old Delhi walking tour. Families will enjoy the National Zoological Park and the National Science Centre. The city is a sprawling metropolis with nearly fourteen million residents, so you'll find an incredible diversity of dining, cultural, and entertainment options. When you decide to visit New Delhi, let ebookers help you save money on your airline flights and travel packages.
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- 8 direct flights are operating from Dubai Emirate to Delhi today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 3h 12m.
- Emirates flight 510 (4:30 AM GMT, Boeing 777-300) is today's earliest available flight from Dubai Emirate to Delhi.
- Jet Airways flight 0547 (11:00 PM GMT, Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger) is today's latest available flight from Dubai Emirate to Delhi.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Dubai Emirate to Delhi (Jet Airways flight 0547, Boeing 737-800 (Winglets) Passenger) takes 3h 10m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Dubai Emirate to Delhi (Emirates flight 516, Boeing 777-300ER) takes 3h 15m.
- Flights from Dubai Intl. Airport (DXB), Dubai Bus Station Airport (XNB), Sharjah Intl. Airport (SHJ) to Indira Gandhi Intl. Airport (DEL) are available for this route.
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