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Guwahati to Delhi Flights

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Are you looking for a flight from Guwahati to Delhi? Adani One platform allows you to conveniently book every aspect of your travel, from air tickets to comprehensive travel guides. Check the Adani One online app for a wide array of flight options from Guwahati to Delhi. The app allows you to select the flight according to your schedule. Adani One platform provides a detailed list of all major domestic carriers - Go First, Air India, IndiGo, and Air Asia - which you can book and monitor through the online app, which also provides attractive discounts and offers periodically. Furthermore, if your return dates are set, you can easily book a return ticket at discounted rates through Adani One platform to make your travel stress-free. Check the Adani One airfare calendar and book your Guwahati to Delhi flight today!

Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport (IATA: GAU) is the official name of Guwahati International Airport. Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA: DEL) is the official name of Delhi airport.

The aerial distance between Guwahati and Delhi is 1458 km. There are more than 50 Guwahati to Delhi flights daily to choose from with different departure timings. The direct and the fastest flight takes 2hr 35 min to cover the distance from Guwahati to Delhi. The earliest flight from Guwahati to Delhi is IndiGo 222 departs at 11:00 am, and the last flight, Air India 890, departs at 05:00 pm.

Flights from Guwahati to Delhi


About Delhi Airport

Named after the former Prime Minister of India, the Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, is the busiest airport in India regarding passenger and cargo traffic. It handles more than 70 million people every year. Every year, thousands of people take Guwahati to Delhi flights to reach the capital of India. Travelling from Guwahati to Delhi is convenient for passengers.

The airport is situated in Palam and is 16 km from the city centre and 15 km southwest of the New Delhi Railway Station. The IGI Airport has 3 terminals, namely T1, T2, and T3. Considering passenger comfort, the airport offers various facilities such as currency exchange, free public Wi-Fi, medical assistance, duty-free shops, and many more. Many convenient ways to reach the city centre from the airport include metros, buses, auto-rickshaws, rental cars, and taxis.

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About Delhi

The history of Delhi, formerly known as Indraprastha, is quite fascinating. In 1947, New Delhi became the capital of independent India. Today, it is a central tourist hub known for its vibrant markets, historical monuments, and scrumptious food. The capital embraces diversity and celebrates festivals with great pomp and excitement. Delhi, the national capital, is an enchanting city with a rich culture and history. It has majestic Mughal and British architecture that will take your breath away. It is also home to various monuments like Red Fort, India Gate, Jama Masjid, and many more.

The famous Chandni Chowk market, Khan Market, and Sarojini Nagar are shopping paradises. Food lovers can find various delectable cuisines and amazing street food with exciting origin stories. Famous street food here includes momos and parathas. Apart from that, Delhi also has impressive modern cafes and bars, historic ruins, and ancient bazaars and streets to mesmerise you. The trip from Guwahati to Delhi is worth every penny.

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Akshardham Temple

The Akshardham Temple, which translates to ‘the divine abode of God’, is dedicated to Shree Swaminarayan. The temple complex has a step-well-style courtyard. Devotees visit this temple to seek blessings and serenity.

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Connaught Place

Located in the heart of Delhi, Connaught Place is also known as CP among the locals. It is one of the main financial, business, and commercial centres in New Delhi, and is a haven for shoppers.

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Humayun 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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India Gate

India Gate was constructed as a tribute to the Indian soldiers who lost their lives in World War I. It was designed by Edwin Lutyens and features the Amar Jawan Jyoti. India Gate is a place where the current Indian president comes every year to pay their homage to the Indian soldiers.

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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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About Guwahati Airport

The Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi Airport or Guwahati Airport is the main airport in the Northeastern region of India. Located at Borjhar, 26 km from Dispur, it is the 11th busiest airport in India. The airport handles more than 3.7 million passengers every year. It is a crucial entry and exit point for significant states in the Northeastern region of India. It is named after Late Gopinath Bordoloi, a freedom fighter and the first Chief Minister of Assam after India's independence. The airport is managed by Airports Authority of India and also serves as an Indian Air Force base.

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About Guwahati

Guwahati is the capital city of Assam and is the biggest city in North East India. It is often called the 'Gateway to North East India'. It is situated between the southern bank of Brahmaputra River and the foothills of the Shillong plateau.The town is famous for its temples as well as its natural beauty. Many ancient temples, such as the Kamakhya Temple, Basistha Temple, Umananda Temple, etc., give Guwahati the title of 'City of Temples'.

The city and its surrounding areas are rich in wildlife. It is the second largest commercial tea production region in the world and is an important tea trading centre.

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Guwahati Zoo

Guwahati Zoo houses a particularly wide variety of animals and birds. It is situated inside the Hengerbari Reserved Forest which is located on the outskirts of the city. According to reports, over 100 species of animals and birds exist at Guwahati Zoo. Over the years, the place has evolved to become one of the most popular tourist destinations because it has successfully managed to impress a wide cross-section of society. Guwahati Zoo was established in 1957. The zoo currently has about 895 animals, including tigers, the Himalayan black bear, the one-horned Indian rhinoceros, jungle cats, the clouded leopard, the Hoolock gibbon, and a host of other species. While visiting the Guwahati Zoo, make sure you wear comfortable footwear as a trip to the nearby areas to absorb the beauty of nature can otherwise cause a lot of discomfort.

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Kamakhya Temple

Located in Guwahati on the Nilachal hills in Assam, the Kamakhya Temple is one of the many popular temples dedicated to Goddess Shakti in India. As per the Hindu scriptures, Kamakhya Temple is one of the most important shakti peethas, therefore, its existence is highly significant. The temple celebrates the birth of girl children and the women who give birth to them. Between the 8th and 17th centuries, the temple was rebuilt multiple times but since then it has not lost its sheen. The temple feels like heaven on earth while the lush green surroundings add to the overall experience. The place is ideal for both nature lovers and those who are spiritually inclined. Most visitors travelling to Guwahati visit the temple to explore India's rich history and view the breathtaking scenery. While visiting the temple, make sure you wear comfortable footwear.

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Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries of India nestled in the grasslands of the state of Assam. It is the home to the great Indian one-horned rhinoceros, with their highest population residing here. It is carpeted with lush green grass and provides a safe haven to a host of other animal species. This place is a popular tourist destination not only among locals but also travellers across the globe who find peace in between nature and their fondness to click pictures of animals.

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Umananda Temple

Located on Peacock Island in Guwahati, Umananda Temple is one of the most popular temples of Assam. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and named after him. Peacock Island possesses a very diverse habitat. The temple feels like heaven on earth and the lush green surroundings augment the overall experience. The place is ideal for both nature lovers as well as those who are spiritually inclined. If you are someone who enjoys exploring religious places, do not forget to visit Umananda Temple when you are in Guwahati. While visiting the temple make sure you wear comfortable footwear as a trip to the nearby areas to absorb the beauty of nature can otherwise cause a lot of discomfort.

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Fancy Bazaar

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Kaziranga National Park

Frequently Asked Questions

IndiGo airline has the maximum number of flights between Guwahati and Delhi. 

Go to the website of the airlines you have booked your flight with and enter your PNR number to check your flight booking status.  

IndiGo airline has the maximum number of flights between Guwahati and Delhi.

IndiGo222, which departs at 11:00 am, is the first flight to leave from Guwahati to Delhi.   

Air India 890, which departs at 5:00 pm, is the last flight on the Guwahati to Delhi route.  

The quickest time to fly between the two cities is 2 hours 35 minutes. 

There are around 15 direct (non-stop) flights between Guwahati and Delhi.  

There are more than 25 connecting flights between Guwahati and Delhi daily.  

No, flights from Guwahati to Delhi are running as usual.  

You can carry food like vegetables, fruits, dry snacks, etc. Make sure to carry the food in a spill-proof container.  

You can contact the agency through which you booked the flight or go to the respective airline's website to cancel your flight reservation.  

You can check out affordable flights to Delhi by visiting the airline website or the Adani One website. 

On most domestic flights, the minimum baggage allowance is 15 kg, and a handbag of 7 kg is allowed. However, each airline has baggage policies, which you should check before packing for the journey.