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Need to book Amritsar to Delhi flights? Well, you are in the right place. Amritsar to Delhi is one of the busiest air routes in India, as millions of travellers fly on this route every year. Moreover, booking flight tickets has become quite easy, as travellers can now book their tickets right from their desktop or mobile device. Whether it is an Amritsar to Delhi flight or Delhi to Amritsar flight, Adani will display the detailed flight schedule for the next two to three months, from which you can choose the most profitable deal. It is quite easy to book flight tickets on Adani. Simply type the origin and destination cities, along with your travel date and the number of passengers, to check the flight availability, along with the price and time. There are over 70 flights from Amritsar to Delhi every week, operated by IndiGo, Go First and Vistara. Adani will display the list of the cheapest flights to help you get the lowest airfare. Complete your Amritsar to Delhi flight booking on Adani today!

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo07:35
Amritsar
08:45
New Delhi
01h 10m₹3,294
IndiGo21:55
Amritsar
23:10
New Delhi
01h 15m₹3,294
Vistara20:35
Amritsar
22:00
New Delhi
01h 25m₹3,294
Air India06:45
Amritsar
07:55
New Delhi
01h 10m₹3,299
Air India13:00
Amritsar
14:15
New Delhi
01h 15m₹3,299
Air India23:00
Amritsar
00:10
New Delhi
01h 10m₹3,299
Air India04:20
Amritsar
05:40
New Delhi
01h 20m₹3,299
Vistara15:25
Amritsar
16:45
New Delhi
01h 20m₹3,369
Vistara10:15
Amritsar
11:30
New Delhi
01h 15m₹3,369
IndiGo14:00
Amritsar
15:10
New Delhi
01h 10m₹3,568
Air India16:15
Amritsar
17:30
New Delhi
01h 15m₹3,799
IndiGo09:25
Amritsar
13:10
New Delhi
03h 45m₹5,999
IndiGo09:25
Amritsar
18:00
New Delhi
08h 35m₹6,052
IndiGo13:10
Amritsar
20:40
New Delhi
07h 30m₹7,404
IndiGo13:10
Amritsar
21:35
New Delhi
08h 25m₹7,404
IndiGo13:10
Amritsar
18:30
New Delhi
05h 20m₹7,404
IndiGo13:10
Amritsar
17:10
New Delhi
04h 00m₹7,404
IndiGo09:25
Amritsar
14:35
New Delhi
05h 10m₹7,457
IndiGo13:10
Amritsar
18:00
New Delhi
04h 50m₹7,457
Air India08:55
Amritsar
23:15
New Delhi
14h 20m₹10,696
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Amritsar to Delhi Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

01h 10m

First Flight

Air India AI-488,departs at 04:20

Last Flight

Air India AI-480, departs at 23:00

Popular Airlines from Amritsar to New Delhi

IndiGo, Vistara, Air India

Total flights to Travel from Amritsar to New Delhi in a day

45

Airport Codes for Amritsar and New Delhi

ATQ-Amritsar, DEL-New Delhi
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About Delhi Airport

Officially known as Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi Airport is located in the Palam area of the city. It is 16 km from the city centre and 15 km southwest of the New Delhi Railway Station. Indira Gandhi International Airport has 3 terminals, popularly known as T1, T2, and T3, which work as the hub for IndiGo, Vistara, GoAir, SpiceJet, AirAsia and Air India. Different modes of transportation are available to reach the airport from the city; the best and the most convenient way would be either a pre-paid taxi that you could book at the airport or app-based cabs that are readily available from any part of the city. You can also use the Airport Express Metro line that connects the city centre to Delhi Airport.

About Delhi

As the capital city of India, New Delhi is filled with rich culture and history dating back centuries. A blend of narrow streets, old ruins, designer bars, chic cafes, and clubs can fascinate anyone who is exploring it for the first time. Delhi is a shopperís paradise for handicrafts, clothing, shoes, brassware, Indian artefacts, leather clothing and fashion accessories. Both designer clothes and bargain clothing and fabrics vie for the shopperís attention. Some of the famous shopping haunts in Delhi include Janpath and Tibetan Market for Indian and Tibetan goods, Dilli Haat for traditional handicrafts and Chandni Chowk for wedding collections, silver jewellery, spices and electronic goods, among others. Besides these, Phool Mandi is famous for flower collections from all over the world, and Chor Bazaar is known for all kinds of goods, both first and second-hand products. Delhiís popular cuisines include Chole Bhature, Chaat, Kebab and rolls, Paranthas, Butter chicken, Momos, Chole Kulche, Biryani and Nihari. People with a sweet tooth can indulge in Rabri, Kulfi and Falooda. Whether North Indian, South Indian, Chinese, Italian or Global cuisine, you can indulge your taste buds. For an afternoon snack, you can indulge in a piping hot aloo samosa and a steaming jalebi.

About Amritsar Airport

Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee Ji airport functions as both an International and domestic airport in Amritsar. It is located a distance of 11 km to the north of Amritsar. Amritsar is a holy city for Sikhs with the Golden Temple, located in Punjab in North India. It is the largest and most bustling airport in Punjab and also the second largest airport in North India, second only to Delhi airport. It is an airport which is growing rapidly not only because of passenger movement but also cargo movement. It received many awards and accolades in the best airport category in the Asia-Pacific region from Skytrax as well as Airports Council International. It sees anywhere between 2- 5 million passengers annually. Amritsar airport derives its name from Guru Ramdass, who was the 4th Sikh guru who also founded Amritsar city. An airport which was inaugurated only in 2005, it has become the fastest-growing airport in India, with more than 200 international and domestic flights operating from the airport. In 2009, a new terminal was inaugurated, a modern edifice in glass and steel built in a unique Indian design. The terminal boasts of an in-line baggage inspection and X-ray and conveyor system, Flight Information Display system, Common Use Terminal Equipment and CCTV surveillance systems. The Terminal has four aerobridges with 30 check-in counters, 10 custom checkpoints, 26 immigration counters and four conveyor belts. It provides a parking capacity for 25 aircraft and can sustain a peak hour traffic of 1,200 passengers. Sprawling over an area of 37,000 sqm, the airport has foreign currency exchange counters, lounges, restaurants and duty-free shops for the passengers' convenience. It is also a CAT III ILS-compliant airport, and the runway is used for both domestic and international flights.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is a holy city for Sikhs and people belonging to other religions. Its ancient name was Ramdaspur, and it is also known as Ambarsar. The name Amritsar is derived from Lake Amrit or a pool of nectar surrounding the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib. The Golden temple is the holiest for Sikhs all over the world, and hence Amritsar symbolises the cradle of Sikhism. Guru Ramdas believed that Lake Amritís waters had healing powers. Amritsar has plenty of tourist sites of historical significance. It is also famous for its Amritsari cuisine. Kulchas and Tikkas are among the most popular foods here. Vegetarians can sample Sarson Da Saag and Makki ki roti, Chole-puri and piping hot jalebis. Non-vegetarians are spoilt for choice with Amritsari Macchi, Tandoori chicken, Chicken Tikka, Keema Kulcha, Shami Kebab, Mutton Tikka and Mutton Chaap. Amritsari hospitality is on full display at the communal kitchen at the Golden temple, which serves Guru ka langar and kara Prasad. Amritsar is renowned not only as a religious centre but also known as a trade and commercial centre. Many artefacts and handicrafts are available here. Shawls, carpets, dress materials and sarees with phulkari work, imitation jewellery, juttis, woollen garments and pashmina shawls are widely available.
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Airport Information

Amritsar

Opp. Hotel Blue Radison, Ajnala Rd, Raja Sansi, Punjab 143101

Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport, Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, Delhi 110037

Frequently Asked Questions

The thermal screening will be carried out at the airport. Travellers will also have to pay for Covid-19 testing at their own cost at the airport. Quarantine rules apply.
You can check your booking status online from the site where the tickets were booked.
There are around four connecting flights between Amritsar and Delhi.
Around 10 flights are direct non-stop flights every day between Amritsar and Delhi.
There are around 14 flights daily from Amritsar to Delhi.
The names and codes for Amritsar and Delhi airports are Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport (ATQ) and Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL), respectively.
The shortest journey from Amritsar to Delhi is 1h 5m.
Air India flight AI-115 departs at 2:30 am.
Go First has the maximum number of flights from Amritsar to Delhi.
Air India flight AI-480 departs at 11:10 pm.