Flying to India
Tour packages booked through Skigulmarg.com do not include international airfare. Here is some information on Flying to India for your Ski Himalaya vacation at Gulmarg Ski Resort.
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Flights from Australia and New Zealand
Sydney, Australia: Flights from Sydney International Airport to Delhi or Mumbai are available on several airlines. From Australia visit www.cheapflights.com.au. Sample round-trip prices are approximately AUD 1,050. Travel time is between 16 and 30 hours.
Auckland, New Zealand: Flights from Auckland International Airport to Delhi or Mumbai are available on several airlines. From New Zealand visit www.cheapflights.co.nz for the best fares. Sample round-trip prices are approximately NZD 1,450. Travel time is between 21 and 35 hours.
Flights from North America
New York: Flights from New York's JFK International Airport to Delhi or Mumbai are available on several airlines. From USA visit www.cheapflights.com for the best fares. Sample round-trip prices are approximately USD 1,000. Travel time is between 17 and 40 hours.
Vancouver: Flights from Vancouver International Airport to Delhi or Mumbai are available on several airlines. From USA visit www.cheapflights.ca for great rates. Sample round-trip prices are approximately CAD 1,000. Travel time is between 16 and 40 hours.
Flights from Europe
London: Flights from London's Heathrow Airport to Delhi or Mumbai are available on several airlines. From UK & Irland visit www.cheapflights.co.uk for great fares. Travel time is between 10 and 25 hours.
Rest of Europe: From Europe visit global.cheapflights.com for great fares. Travel time is between 10 and 25 hours.
From the USA and Canada
When Flying to India, there are luggage regulations (including weight and size) that travelers should be aware of. Some guidelines are listed below, but you should always double check on your airline carrier's website.
The major airlines (Air India, Jet Airways, and Virgin Atlantic) have a free baggage allowance of 2 pieces of luggage. Luggage must not exceed 158 cm (62 inches) in linear dimension or exceed 23 kilograms (50 pounds). KLM has the same regulations but only allows for 1 free piece of luggage.
From the Rest of the World
For Air India flights that are not originating from North America, the free baggage allowance is 1 piece of luggage, and luggage must not exceed 20 kilograms (44 pounds).
Delhi and Mumbai Airports
Indira Gandhi International Airport is the primary international airport of the National Capital Region of Delhi, India. Named after the former Prime Minister of India, it is the busiest airport in India and serves as a transportation hub for India and South Asia.
The Delhi Airport Metro Express provides rail service to the New Delhi rail station, and the trip takes about 20 minutes. You can also take a bus operated by DTC or a metered taxi into the city center.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (formerly Sahar International Airport) is the primary international airport in Mumbai (formerly Bombay). The airport is named after the 17th century Emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji Bhosle. It serves as India's and South Asia's largest and most important airline hub. Both airports handle more than half of the air traffic in South Asia.
The best way to get into Mumbai (Colaba) is by taking a prepaid taxi from the front of the international arrivals area. It should take about 1 ½ to 2 hours to get to the city center, but travel time is much less in the early morning or late evening when traffic is lighter.