Delhi (DEL), India is served by Indira Gandhi International Airport which is is the busiest airport in India and the primary hub of Air India, Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airlines. Air India offers the most comprehensive flight schedules and most convenient service from the United States to Delhi: it regularly operates approximately 14-hour, non-stop flights from its domestic hubs in New York and Chicago to Delhi. United Airlines also operates around fourteen-hours-long direct flights to Delhi from its U.S. Hub in New York. In addition, Ameican Airlines also operates approximately 14-hour, non-stop direct flights to Delhi from its U.S. Hub in Chicago. Passengers traveling from other U.S. cities can connect flights with any of the airlines from their departure points and fly the transatlantic portion of the flight non-stop.
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India's largest metropolis, lying on the banks of river Yamuna, Delhi is standing still since the 6th century BCE. Even though being destroyed and re-built for 11 times, Delhi remains a beautiful multicultural and cosmopolitan city, sprawling of 13 million people. Although Delhi is not the capital of India, it is for sure India's cultural, political and commercial centre. Only in Old Delhi, you will find a unique medieval ambience, remaining over centuries. Delhi is rich with great monuments, mysterious alleys and three must-see UNESCO World Heritage Sites! Whether you are brought to Delhi for business or pleasure, enjoy the best it has to offer with our cheap tickets to Delhi. Take advantage of ASAPtickets special discount tickets to Delhi on sale!