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Hyderabad to Delhi Flights

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Approximately 120 flights operate from Hyderabad to Delhi every day. Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, you will find flights scheduled throughout the day. Many budget and premium airlines operate flights between Hyderabad and Delhi.

Flights from Hyderabad to Delhi


About Delhi Airport

As the country's busiest airport, the Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi is well-equipped, offering great travel comfort. Travellers will find many shopping centres and restaurants at this airport. You can board direct and connecting flights scheduled for several destinations around the world from this airport.

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About Delhi

Delhi, India's capital and cultural centre, is the perfect vacation destination for tourists around the world. The bustling metropolis is also a historical marvel and a recreation hub. Hence, it is among the most famous tourist spots in India. The city’s rich cuisine, colourful markets, beautiful neighbourhoods, lush parks, and lively nightlife attract travel enthusiasts. Ambiance Boulevard, Metro Promenade, Pacific Mall, Harmony One Mall, Queens Mall, etc., are a few high-end malls in the city.

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Agrasen ki Baoli

Agrasen ki Baoli is a 15-metre wide and 60-metre long stepwell located in the heart of Delhi, India. The monument is located near Connaught Place on Hailey Road. There exist no historical records to prove when it was built and by whom; however, it is believed to be one of the oldest monuments of Delhi and possibly commissioned in 3000 BC by Agrasen, a legendary king. The place is a particularly famous hangout spot for the young crowd but loved by locals and tourists alike across all age groups. There are 108 steps that lead to the well at the end. Agrasen ki Baoli features arched niches or recesses on all sides of the well, which provide shade during the sweltering Delhi heat!

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Akshardham Temple

The Guinness Book of World Records recognises the temple as the largest comprehensive Hindu temple in the world. It celebrates ancient Hindu spirituality and culture. Its architecture reflects the Maharishi Vastu style. The country’s largest step well is also located here. The light and sound show in the evenings is a favourite among visitors.

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India Gate

Standing in the heart of the city, India Gate is built in memory of soldiers who lost their lives during World War I. The names of the soldiers are carved on the walls of the monument. It was the site of Amar Jawan Jyoti, which has now been shifted to the National War Memorial. India Gate has beautiful gardens and lawns where you can spend your evening.

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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.

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Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar is in Mehrauli, which lies in the southern part of the city. The foundation of Qutub Minar was laid in the 12th century. It is one of the tallest towers in India. Made from marble and red sandstone, the monument is a blend of different architectural styles.

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Gurdwara Bangla Sahib


About Hyderabad Airport

The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport is the primary airport for passengers flying to or from Hyderabad. Several major domestic and international airlines operate out of this airport. Air India, Emirates, American Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Oman Air, Thai AirAsia, Qatar Airways, Arabia Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Silk Air, China Pacific, and Vietnam Airlines are among the major international airlines that fly to Hyderabad. Domestic airlines operating out of this airport include Indian Airlines, Air India Limited, Indigo Airlines, Trujet, SpiceJet, etc. The Hyderabad Airport offers several passenger services, including shopping centres, restaurants, lost & found desks, an airport hotel, lounge services, etc.

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About Hyderabad

Hyderabad is Telangana’s capital, situated on the banks of the Musi River in the Deccan Plateau. Hyderabad is called the City of Pearls, the City of Nizams, and Cyberabad. Muḥammad Qulī Quṭb Shah converted the Golconda citadel from a mud castle to a gigantic granite structure, which was destroyed during a war many years later. Today, it is a fascinating metropolis, with many shopping centres and high-rise buildings. Tourists make a beeline to the city’s food hubs to indulge in the delicious food this place offers.

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Jagannath Temple

Jagannath Temple, located in Chennai, is a divine Hindu temple dedicated to the trinity of Subhadra, Jagannath, and Baladeva. The temple represents the Kalinga architecture style. It features multiple shrines dedicated to Hindu Lord Shiva, Bimala, and Ganesha. The main festival celebrated here is Rath Yatra. The shrine is a replica of the main Jagannath Temple in Puri, Odisha. With 22 marble steps and idols of deities made using neem wood, it is one of the most famous temples in India. The temple features the paintings of Pata Chitra on the ceilings and walls. The temple gates open at 6:30 am and close at 12:30 pm. Later, they again remain open from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm. So, if you’re planning your trip, make sure you choose the right time. Note, during the Rama Navami, the timings may differ. You can also visit the ISKON temple, which is situated close to the Jagannath Temple in Chennai.

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Mecca Masjid

Sultan Muhammad Qutb Shah began construction on the Mecca Masjid in 1614, and it was finished by Aurangzeb in 1693. This mosque, made from native granite, is not only the largest in Hyderabad but also one of India’s biggest. The tombs of all the Nizams dating back to 1803 are shown in the arched gallery. As per historical records, Sultan Muhammad Qutub invited many religious elders to lay the foundation stone, but when no one volunteered, he did it himself. He also never missed the midnight prayer. Regarding the mehrab, there is a high barrier wall on the west side. It features two massive octagonal columns made from a single block of granite. This, in turn, is capped by an arched gallery with a dome on top.

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Golkonda Fort

The Golconda fort is situated in the western part of Hyderabad and was originally named Mankal and was built in the 12th century. Later, during the rule of the Bahmani dynasty, it was fortified and served as a capital for both the Bahmani and its successor, the Qutub Shahi dynasty.

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Charminar translates to four minarets. The Charminar is located in the heart of the city. The architecture of the minaret is eloquent in every possible way. It was built by Quli Qutub Shah in 1591 and it remains one of the best places to see in Hyderabad. The monument has become a symbol of Hyderabad around the world and is one of India’s most well-known structures. It has also been legally integrated as the Telangana Emblem. For more than 425 years, the Charminar has housed a mosque on its top floor. While historically and religiously significant, it is also recognised for the surrounding bustling local markets. As the city’s primary mosque—Makkah Masjid—is just across the road, the Charminar is also the site of many holiday celebrations, such as Eid-ul-Adha and Eid al-Fitr.

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Birla Mandir

Laxmi Narayan Temple is more popularly known as the Birla Mandir. It is one of the major tourist attractions located in Delhi. The place has a massive following among locals as well as tourists who believe in offering their prayers to God. It was built in 1939 by industrialist Sh. J.K. Birla is located in Connaught Place. The temple is dedicated to the Gods and Goddesses of prosperity and preservation, Laxmi and Narayana. Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, inaugurated the temple The intermingling sounds of aarti, the ringing of bells, and prayers will greet you as you enter the premises of the temple. The temple houses a massive idol of Goddess Laxmi which adds the spiritual quotient.

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B.M Birla Science Museum

Frequently Asked Questions

Around 120 flights fly from Hyderabad to Delhi every day.

IndiGo has the maximum number of flights between Hyderabad and Delhi. Other popular airlines include GoAir, Air India, Spicejet, and Vistara Airlines.

The first flight departs at 05:05 am (IndiGo, 6E 738).

The last flight on this route departs at 03:40 pm (JetLite 4642).

The airport at Hyderabad has the code HYD, and DEL is the code for Delhi.

A minimum of 2h 05m is required to fly from Hyderabad to Delhi.

Passengers may be allowed to carry food on flights from Hyderabad to Delhi. However, you must check with the airline before boarding.

You may visit the airline’s website to check your Hyderabad to Delhi flight booking status.

You can make changes on the airline’s website or through the booking website you used to reserve your plane tickets.

Yes. The Hyderabad Airport has duty-free shops for international travellers.

Yes. The Hyderabad Airport has duty-free shops for international travellers.

Yes. The Hyderabad Airport has duty-free shops for international travellers.
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Airport Information

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

Hyderabad Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Telangana 500409