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Hubli to Delhi Flights

Are you planning a trip from Hubli to Delhi?

You can easily purchase tickets on Adani One. Adani One will give you the detailed airfare and flight schedule, whether it's a Hubli to Delhi one-way flight or a Delhi to Hubli return trip. Choose the most convenient flight with the best airfare or cashback offer. If you have a specific arrival date in mind, we recommend reserving a return ticket to take advantage of the discounts that come with it. Many connecting flights have a stop/ layover at Chatrapati Shivaji Airport in Mumbai before the final destination at New Delhi.

The aerial distance between the two cities is 1,489 km. There are a total of 5 direct flights in a week. The average travel duration is 6 hours. There are flights from various carriers that offer layovers in Mumbai and Bangalore. The nearest airport to Hubli is Hubli Airport, and its IATA code is HBX. The nearest airport in Delhi is Indira Gandhi International Airport ,with an IATA code, DEL. For more details and a better understanding, visit Adani One that can help you with the flight schedule and other important information.

Flights from Hubli to Delhi


About Delhi Airport

New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IATA: DEL, ICAO: VIDP), also known as IGI Airport, serves the capital city and neighbouring areas. The airport is India's busiest in terms of passenger and cargo traffic. Different names have been given to Delhi airport. Indira Gandhi International Airport is the official name, and the abbreviation "IGI Airport" is derived from that name. It is also known as New Delhi Airport or Delhi Airport due to its location, or as the old Palam Airport. Domestic airlines connect the big cities such as Mumbai, Chennai, and Hyderabad with smaller cities such as Bhopal and Siliguri. The most common routes are New Delhi to Mumbai and New Delhi to Bangalore. SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Go First are just a few of the key domestic carriers that fly into IGI.

International destinations such as Dubai, London, Singapore, and Abu Dhabi are all easily accessible from the city. At the IGI airport, major airlines such as Etihad Airways, British Airways, Lufthansa Airlines, and Air France provide flight services. New Delhi to Abu Dhabi and New Delhi to London are the most popular international routes. Domestic traffic is handled by two terminals at the New Delhi Airport. Terminal 1 is solely for domestic flights, with departures handled by Terminal 1D and arrivals handled by Terminal 1C. Terminal 3 is responsible for both domestic and international flight arrivals and departures.

The airport includes specific rooms for children, which are stocked with games, diapers, and other requirements, for the comfort of travelling families. At Terminal 1D, strollers are available. The IGI Airport is sensitive to the needs of disabled passengers and unaccompanied youngsters. Special parking spaces have been set for physically disabled passengers. Among the other amenities available are luggage trolleys, ATMs, free Wi-Fi, medical stores, a travel insurance kiosk and refreshments counters.

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About Delhi

Delhi, also known as the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT), is a city and union territory in India that incorporates the country's capital, New Delhi. It is situated along the Yamuna River and is bordered by Haryana on three sides and Uttar Pradesh on the east. Delhi is a city where the old and new coexist together.

With its maze of little lanes, old havelis, and vibrant bazaars, Old Delhi provides a fascinating glimpse into the past. Rickshaws weave their way through the packed, bustling streets of this erstwhile Mughal stronghold, where life continues much as it was hundreds of years ago. It is home to three famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Qutub Minar, the Red Fort, and Humayun's Tomb, all of which have endured centuries and provide rich insights into the past. With its tree-lined avenues, towering monuments and buildings, the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Parliament House, and India Gate, among other edifices, Delhi offers one of the most culturally-enriching experiences in the country. Many museums here also provide an insight into the country's distinctive past.

On the other hand, New Delhi has a lot more to offer. It has a modern, well-designed, and comprehensive metro system that connects large parts of the city. New roads and flyovers have improved connectivity, with the Signature Bridge, an ambitious project of Delhi Tourism currently under construction near Wazirabad, destined to become a landmark.

The city’s famous delights, like exquisite curries, grilled tikkas, and kebabs, are a must-try on any trip to Delhi. Whether you’re looking for rich, woven silks, handicrafts, or ethnic cushions, the city is a shopper’s paradise. In Delhi, there are three Dilli Haats: INA, Pitampura, and the brand new Dilli Haat in Janakpuri, all of which serve cuisine from different Indian states, and offer a glimpse of Indian art and craft.

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Agrasen ki Baoli

The Archaeological Survey of India has designated Agrasen ki Baoli, a 60-m-long and 15-m-wide mediaeval step well on Halley Road in New Delhi, as a protected site. The historic water reservoir is accessible via a 103-step stone staircase. It is one of Delhi's most popular tourist spots, with a tranquil ambience.

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Humayun’s tomb

Humayun’s mausoleum is the final resting place of Mughal Emperor Humayun. Delhi's Nizamuddin East neighbourhood is India's first garden tomb. The UNESCO World Heritage Site features typical Mughal architecture with Persian features.

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Qutub Minar

The Qutub Minar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a victory tower or minaret in Delhi's Mehrauli area. Standing at 72.5 m, Qutub Minar is among the tallest structures in the city. The beautiful green fields surrounding the Qutub property are a popular picnic spot.

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Jama Masjid

Constructed in the year 1839, Jama Masjid of Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, adds a unique charm to the city of Nawabs. It was built by Nawab Mohammad Ali Shah Bahadur, making it one of the oldest and most visited mosques of the city. Although it has been compared to the Jama Masjid in Delhi, it holds a lot of significance in the hearts of locals as well as tourists. The mosque features a unique architectural design and beautiful artwork which makes it the most popular among them all. Thousands throng Jama Masjid to pray and seek blessings from Allah. Like most of Lucknow's historical sites, Jama Masjid is also inspired by Mughal architecture. The next time you plan your visit to the old capital of India, Lucknow, make sure you pay a visit to Jama Masjid. The best time to visit Lucknow is during the winter months.

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Red Fort

Located in Old Delhi, it was constructed by Shah Jahan when the Mughal capital was shifted to Delhi from Agra. It is made from red sandstone due to which it is named Red Fort. It is the place from where India’s Prime Minister makes his speech on Independence Day. 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.


About Hubli Airport

Hubli Airport (IATA: HBX, ICAO: VOHB) is a domestic airport serving the twin cities of Hubli and Dharwad in Karnataka, India. The airport has only one terminal for both arriving and departing passengers. Passengers can use general taxi services outside the airport to get to their desired locations. Customers can also rent a car at the airport.

Travellers who want to visit other cities near Hubli can take an interstate bus from the City Central Bus Stand, an interstate taxi, or Hubli Airport car. This airport offers various services to passengers, including free luggage trolleys, medical first-aid room, a telephone security hold area, wheelchairs, and help for physically-challenged or senior travellers. Tourists can immediately discover missing or lost luggage at the lost and found baggage desk. Passengers with small children can use the daycare facility to ensure the safety and comfort of their children.

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About Hubli

Hubli, also known as Hubballi, is a city in Karnataka, India (meaning blossoming creeper). It is the capital of North Karnataka and one of the state's fastest-growing cities. The commercial strength of the city has earned it the nickname "Chhota Mumbai."

When it was known as Rayara Hubli, this city had a long and illustrious history. It thrived and established itself as a commercial centre thanks to cottage industries, like horticulture and iron and saltpetre trade. The Mughals took Rayara Hubli in the 17th century, subsequently controlled by the Nawab of Savanur, who added the territory of Majidpura. The area has a hot and humid climate that alternates between wet and dry throughout the year. The weather is hot and dry from February to June, as is typical of summer. With high humidity and warm temperatures, the monsoon season begins in June.

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Chandramouleshwara Temple

Chandramouleshwara temple is a 900-year-old temple situated on the banks of Unkal Lake. The temple exhibits the Badami Chalukyan architecture. The Archaeological Survey of India protects the beautiful site under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites Act (1958). The temple is one of the most-visited tourist attractions in Hubli. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and features two magnificent lingas.

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Indira Gandhi Glass House Garden

One of Hubli's most stunning attractions is the Indira Gandhi Glass House Garden, named after Smt. Indira Gandhi. A copy of Bangalore's Lalbagh glass house is located in the centre of this city-run landscape area. This popular venue hosts cultural events, concerts, exhibitions, and social gatherings.

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Siddharoodha Math

Siddharoodha Math, built in honour of Shri Siddharoodha Swamy, is one of Hubli's most renowned tourist sites. It has unparalleled cultural significance in Hinduism, and devotees go here to celebrate Maha Shivratri. Siddharoodha Math is a prominent religious tourism attraction. Many independence fighters visited this Math, including Gangadhar Tilak and Mahatma Gandhi.

Frequently Asked Questions

As for now, the restrictions on flights depend on a city to city basis. The news is updated daily, and you can find other important information with us.

There might be discounts available. Please check this according to your date of travel.

IndiGo is one of the fastest airlines on this route, providing a quicker flight time.

Business-class and first-class seats have extra space for sleeping. But it depends on the airlines.

Domestic flights on this route do not serve alcohol.

The ease of web check-in is available on flights from Hubli to New Delhi. You can do it online using web check-in or airport check-in facility.

You can book various budget hotels via the internet near the Delhi Airport. An internet search can help you find the best options.

No, it isn’t mandatory. However, it is recommended that you buy insurance for safety reasons.

It is permissible to bring one transparent resealable plastic bag containing small quantities of liquid products, gels, pastes, aerosols, or other materials of a similar consistency.

If you exceed your baggage restriction, you may have to pay INR 400 per kg or more on domestic flights. While booking your flight, you may also pre-book extra baggage through the Excess Baggage option.
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Airport Information

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

Hubli Gokul Rd, Gandhi Nagar, Hubli, Karnataka 580030