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Goa to Delhi Flights

Book your Goa to Delhi flights on Adani One today! Are you looking for flights from Goa to Delhi? If yes, you are at the right place. Goa to Delhi is a popular route, probably among the busiest air routes in India. And now, booking flight tickets is easy—you can book your tickets directly from your laptop or mobile device.

Whether you want one-way or return tickets, head over to the Adani One portal for the detailed flight schedule covering the next 2 to 3 months, and choose the best deal available! All you need to do is input the origin and destination cities, your travel date, and the number of passengers to check flight availability and prices. Hit enter, and Adani One will display a list of the cheapest flights.

Many flights operate between Goa and New Delhi every day. You will find around 43 flights scheduled to depart from Goa to New Delhi every week. Thus, you can choose from the several flight options available currently. Whether you wish to travel early in the morning or late at night, you will easily find a suitable flight. The first flight leaves Goa at 5:25 am. New Delhi and Goa are fantastic destinations for vacationers, students, and businesspersons. You can avail yourself of a direct or connecting flight with one or two layovers. A direct flight will take around 2 hours and 25 minutes. Keep reading this guide for the latest information on the Goa to New Delhi flight route.

Flights from Goa to New Delhi

New Delhi

About New Delhi Airport

As the city's primary international gateway, the Indira Gandhi International Airport, serves Delhi and the rest of North India. The IATA code for Delhi airport is DEL. The airport has two domestic terminals, and Terminal 1 only services domestic flights. Accordingly, departures and arrivals are handled by Terminals 1D and 1C, respectively. Terminal 3 handles all incoming and departing flights, which includes domestic and international flights. To reach the city centre from the international airport, you may board the Orange Line Metro Rail in Delhi.

Delhi Airport

About New Delhi

Delhi, called the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi, is a union territory that includes New Delhi, the country's capital. It shares borders with Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and is located on the banks of the majestic Yamuna. As a key political, commercial, transportation, and cultural hub, Delhi has a long and illustrious history. It houses India's best metro rail system and heritage structures and offers incredible food. It is a tourist paradise and one of the top urban areas with excellent growth opportunities. You can explore the city, taking heritage walks to admire several artistic monuments and historical parks .

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Red Fort

Red Fort popularly known as the Lal Qila is located in the capital of India, Delhi. Lal Qila was constructed by Shah Jhah in 1639 as a major fortification. Back in the day, Lal Qila was treated as the house of emperors of the Mughal dynasty. It is built using red sandstone and features an assortment of precious artefacts on display. It is a surprisingly well-preserved monument that showcases the grandeur of the Mughal era in India. In 2007 it was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The mighty walls of the fort tower at a dizzying 75 feet and is spread across a massive 255 acres. It encloses various gardens in a beautiful geometric pattern and various other buildings, apart from a mosque. Every year on the occasion of Independence Day, the Prime Minister of India unfurls the national flag here. The Red Fort stands strong on the bank of the river Yamuna, which adds a very beautiful contrast to it.

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Qutub Minar

Built in 1193 by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, the Qutub Minar is one of the most popular monuments of India and also one of the most visited. The tower stands tall at 238 feet and was built as a tower of victory by the ruler. It is part of the Qutub complex at Red Fort in Delhi, which is considered to be the oldest fortified city, Qila Rai Pithora or Red Fort, which now lies in South Delhi. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is an architectural marvel that is built of different materials: the first storey is made of red sandstone; the ones to follow are madeup of a combination of sandstone and marble. At its widest the minaret is around 47 feet across, steadily tapering to the top where the width is a maximum of 9 feet across. At each floor is a balcony that gives a spectacular view of the city, though visitors are no longer permitted up the Qutub Minar. The structure which is a shining example of use of geometric patterns and a perfect blend of Hindu and Muslim architecture has withstood some very powerful earthquakes and suffered damage too that was fixed at various times in the past. A remnant of a rather ill advised restoration work carried out in the late 19th century is now placed a little distance from the tower, and is called Smith’s Folly. It attempted add more towers to the Qutub Minar. A good time to visit the place would be during the early months of winter when the weather around is pleasant and would allow for a good memorable experience for all who visit.

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Humayun’s Tomb

Built in 1570, this was the first of its kind garden-tomb in the region. It is also believed to have been the inspiration for the architecture of the Taj Mahal. The sprawling site is spread over 27 acres. The large structure houses over 150 individual tombs of members of the Mughal royal family. It is also home to the shrine of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya, a Sufi saint from the 14th century. The expansive gardens here are second only to the ones at the Taj Mahal. Humayun’s Tomb stands as a stellar reminder of the glorious past of India and the rule of the Mughals. From an architectural standpoint, it showcases some of the finest in Persian architecture. It is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in eastern Delhi, the site is very well connected by roads. The Jawaharlal Nehru station is the closest metro station at a distance of around 2 Km from the site. The site is usually rather busy on weekends. The ideal time to visit would be during the early months of winter when the weather is relatively pleasant.

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Akshardham Temple

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India Gate

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Dilli Haat


About Goa Airport

The Dabolim International Airport is the only airport serving Goa. Managed by the Airports Authority of India, it is located in Dabolim, 4 km from the nearest city of Vasco Da Gama. The airport's integrated terminal was inaugurated in December 2013. An Indian architecture firm, Creative Group, developed this terminal. Travellers can easily reach the airport using public transportation services, including buses and trains. You can also book a private cab from any part of the city to the airport. The IATA code for Goa Airport is GOI.

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About Goa

Due to its beautiful beaches, Goa is a popular tourist destination worldwide. The spectacular coastline of more than 100 km, dotted with hundreds of impressive beaches, offers beautiful vistas in a peaceful setting—travellers love resting in the sun all day long! Goa is a state in western India, along the Arabian Sea. Until 1961, it was a Portuguese colony, as evidenced by the 17th-century churches and tropical spice plantations still seen in the region. From the renowned stretches at Baga and Palolem to the more laidback fishing communities like Agonda, beaches rule a traveller’s itinerary. Goa is the perfect destination if you want to get away from city life and experience a laidback and peaceful vacation.

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Aguada Fort

With a history that dates back to over 400 years, Fort Aguada is a massive citadel that arguably defines the landscape of Goa. Located at Candolim, the fort also has a lighthouse that is situated on Sinquerim Beach, which is a very popular tourist destination. It is also a protected structure as designated by the Archeological Survey of India. Fort Aguada stands tall, overlooking the sea, which allows visitors to witness the mesmerizing views of the Arabian Sea and other nearby areas. The place is truly the epitome of Portuguese architecture and heritage, though most of the fort now is in ruins. It also makes for some stunning photographs, as the sunset here is one truly worth seeing. It is a fair distance from the city centre and is a good 1-hour trek from the nearest road. Want to visit Fort Aguada? Make sure you visit during October and November.

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Calangute Beach

Goa has a lot to offer to its visitors, and Calangute Beach is one of the most famous destinations that tourists love to explore during their trip to Goa. Deserving every reason to be known as the “Queen of Beaches,” Calangute Beach is the perfect getaway and paradise for every person who loves to sit close to nature. The beach gives a clear idea of the Goa culture, food, and clothes, while the enticing landscape serves the perfect treat to the eyes. The markets here sell a variety of beachy outfits, comfortable slippers, and whatnot. The place can be visited in the evenings to enjoy sunsets and relax on shacks. People visit Calangute Beach to witness mesmerising sunrises as well. Besides, you can enjoy water sports at mid-range prices, which suits everyone’s pocket. There are plenty of snacking options that are worth trying. Travellers can also visit several Portuguese-style structures near Calangute Beach.

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Dudhsagar Falls

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Anjuna Beach

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Baga Beach

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Candolim Beach Road

Video Guide from Goa to New Delhi

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 100 flights (direct and connecting) from Goa to New Delhi operate daily.

The first flight from Goa to New Delhi departs at 5:25 am (SpiceJet SG 476).

The last flight from Goa to New Delhi departs at 11:05 pm (AirAsia I5 774).

Nearly 40+ flights operate from Goa to New Delhi every week.

The minimum time to fly from Goa to New Delhi is 2 hours 25 minutes.

Yes, you may carry dry food items and fruits in your hand luggage. However, do not carry foods that may spill or leak.

You will find that IndiGo operates the maximum number of flights from Goa to New Delhi.

The Indira Gandhi International Airport is the primary airport in Delhi, located in Palam, 15 km from New Delhi Railway Station. You can easily reach the airport via the Orange Line Metro.

Yes, flights between Goa and New Delhi are currently operating normally, and you will find many flights operated by reputable airlines if you plan to travel from Goa to Delhi.

Around 7 to 20 direct flights operate between Goa and New Delhi every day.

The Goa Airport is located in Dabolim, 30 km from the state capital, Panaji.

You can board a bus to reach Dabolim Airport to travel from Goa to New Delhi. You can also take a train from the Dabolim Railway Station. Also, taxi services and car rentals are easily available to reach the airport in time.
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Airport Information

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

Goa Goa Dabolim International Airport Dabolim, Goa 403801