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Average flight time, business class flights to Delhi from London: 8 hours 20 minutes
Airlines with direct business class flights to Delhi from London: British Airways, Jet Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and Air India
Airports in Delhi: Indira Gandhi International Airport
Distance from London to Delhi: 4,168 miles
British Airways has two daily business class flights to Delhi from London
Direct flight time to Delhi depends on which airline you fly with and at what time. British Airways has the fastest flight time at just 8 hours and 20 minutes and leaves conveniently at 19:30, arriving at 8:20 in the morning. Other flights range in time with Air India having the longest flight at 9 hours and 20 minutes.
We recommend choosing business class flights to Delhi that arrive late in the evening as early morning traffic could easily add 2 hours to your airport transfer.
Business class flights to Delhi, Getting to and from the Airport
Most hotels offer airport transfers, but if you prefer to take your own transport, you have a few options.
Meru Cabs, Mega Cabs and Easy Cabs have air-conditioned taxis and charge a little extra for the luxury of cool air. They cost around £7.50 to get to the city centre and are more reliable than prepaid taxis. If you have internet, you can also book a cab through the Uber or Ola apps.
Prepaid taxis are the cheapest, most popular way of getting to the city. They will cost around £5, are closely monitored by the police, and don’t have air conditioning.
The train runs from 5:00 to 23:30 and will set you down at the Delhi Metro Station in 20 minutes. While staying in Delhi, the metro is a clean, comfortable and safe way to get around quickly.
Where to stay in Delhi
Compliment your business class flights to Delhi with a stay at one of the city’s top hotels. The Oberoi in Delhi was the first hotel to offer guests a personal butler on-call service 24/7 and prides itself on blending Indian tradition with a modern lifestyle. Enjoy your mornings in the redesigned threesixty° restaurant and spend luscious evenings in the premium cigar lounge. For relaxation, there are morning Yoga sessions, a gym and a fantastic outdoor pool which is perfect for cooling down when the weather is (always) hot.
Situated in Delhi’s commercial hub of Bhikaji Cama Place, the Hyatt Regency Hotel gleams with opulence and 5-star class. As one of the largest hotels in Delhi, it has cultivated a forward-thinking approach to excellent customer service.
Things to do in Delhi
Bustling with locals going about their day-to-day activities, Delhi is a hive of activity. Top of your must-see list should be the incredible temples and holy places dotted throughout the city.
Rashtrapati Bhavan – Take a peek at the Indian president’s home in all its stately splendour.
Museum Spotting – Head to the Gandhi Museum and the National Museum to learn about Delhi’s diverse and precarious history.
The Lotus Temple – 27 giant flower petals made from marble rise into the air to form this beautiful one-of-a-kind temple.
Bucket List Experiences in Delhi
In a recent SkyClub survey, we asked over 1,000 of our clients “what’s number one on your bucket list?”
Your answer? Something that’s truly adventurous and daring. Here’s some once in a lifetime bucket list experiences in Delhi.
Spectacular – Head to The Aravali Hills for an adventure camping experience complete with every outdoor activity you can think of.
Safari – Take to the skies for a safari in the air with FlyBoy Air Safari! Hop in a motor powered paraglider and whizz over green grasslands and charming farmhouses.
Summit– There are plenty of treks just in the surrounding area of Delhi. Why not make a weekend of it and book an epic tour to the Himalayas.
Business Class Flights to Delhi, Practical Information
UK citizens will need to get an e-visa online to visit Delhi. The visa is valid for 60 days on a single entry. It’s best to apply 72 hours in advance, but you can pay extra and get a rush-visa in 18-24 hours. Note that you’ll need to print out your e-Visa for arrival.
The best time to visit Delhi is in the winter, from October to March. The temperature stays pleasant between 12 and 25 degrees Celsius. Avoid June and July, when temperatures soar to 48 degrees Celsius. For a peaceful trip with fewer tourists, visit in September, when monsoon season brings moderate rainfall and less humidity.
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We will find you special, discounted fares that are not available online. So, by the time you take your business class flights to Delhi, you’ll feel happy knowing that you’ve paid less than the people seated nearest to you! Have a great trip and – if you want to save money – please book with SkyClub.