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New Delhi, India's capital city, presents a captivating contrast of ancient and modern. History enthusiasts can explore majestic forts like Red Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, or Humayun's Tomb, showcasing Mughal architectural styles. Architecture fans can admire iconic structures like the imposing India Gate, a national monument. Beyond historical sites, Delhi boasts vibrant bazaars like Chandni Chowk, brimming with spices, textiles, and local crafts. Foodies can delve into the diverse Indian culinary scene, from street food stalls to upscale restaurants serving regional specialities. Whether seeking historical immersion, architectural wonders, or a taste of contemporary Indian life, New Delhi provides a dynamic and diverse travel experience.

Take your first step towards New Delhi and book your flights today with Alternative Airlines. Booking flights to New Delhi at Alternative Airlines is easy and straightforward. With access to routes from over 600 airlines, you're sure to find the perfect flight to New Delhi for you, no matter when you plan to fly or where you wish to depart from.

Airports near New Delhi

There are a variety of airports to choose from when visiting New Delhi. Here's 4 airports that serve New Delhi.

Indira Gandhi International Airport

This is the main international airport in New Delhi and is located approximately 16 kilometres southwest of the city centre. It is well-connected to major cities around the world and serves as a hub for both domestic and international flights.


Jaipur International Airport

If you are looking for a regional airport near New Delhi, Jaipur International Airport is a good option. It is located around 280 kilometres southwest of New Delhi and offers domestic and limited international flights. From Jaipur, you can easily reach New Delhi by a connecting flight or a 4-5 hour drive.


Chandigarh International Airport

Another regional airport near New Delhi is Chandigarh International Airport, located approximately 250 kilometres north of the city. It offers domestic flights and a few international flights. From Chandigarh, you can either take a connecting flight or a 4-5 hour drive to reach New Delhi.


Amritsar International Airport

Amritsar International Airport is located around 450 kilometres northwest of New Delhi. It serves as a regional airport and offers both domestic and international flights. If you choose to fly to Amritsar, you can then take a connecting flight or a 7-8 hour drive to reach New Delhi.

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Buy your flights to New Delhi and pay later

Did you know that you can buy your flights to New Delhi now and pay later at Alternative Airlines?

With Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL), you have the freedom to spread the cost of your flights to New Delhi over time, usually on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly period! There are interest-free options available, however, you'll need to check this beforehand with the lending provider.

Using BNPL for your flights to New Delhi gives you greater flexibility when managing the budget for your flights, ensuring a stress-free trip!

Things to do in New Delhi

New Delhi has an abundance of attractions to see - to make things easier, here's our top 3:

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The Red Fort (Lal Qila)

The Red Fort in Delhi is a historic fortification, symbolizing India's rich past. Built by Shah Jahan in the 17th century, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site made of red sandstone. Explore its massive walls, intricate architecture, and attend the Independence Day celebrations on August 15th. Don't miss the captivating sound and light show, bringing the fort's history to life.

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India Gate

India Gate: 42m high war memorial for Indian soldiers lost in WWI. Resembles Arc de Triomphe. Surrounded by green lawns, popular for relaxation. Amar Jawan Jyoti eternal flame honors unknown soldiers. Symbol of pride and honour, offers serene environment in bustling city.

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Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar: Tallest brick minaret (73m) & UNESCO site. Qutub complex has Iron Pillar & Alai Darwaza. Built in 13th century, adorned with carvings & Quran verses. 5 stories with balconies. Archaeological area showcases Delhi's history & Islamic rule in India.

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