Cheap flights Singapore to Delhi
Looking for a cheap flight from Singapore to Delhi (SIN-DEL)? Flights fares for Singapore to Delhi start at US $ 116.00. Find the best and cheapest tickets on this route and other relevant information.
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Flight information Singapore to Delhi
Flight time and time difference
- On average the flight time between Singapore and Delhi is about 5 hr 25 min.
- Be aware there is a time difference of 2 hours: The time in Delhi is 2 hour earlier than the time in Singapore. The timezone for Singapore is: UTC +08:00. The local time now: 08:30:32. For Delhi the timezone is: UTC +05:30 and the local time now: 06:00:32.
- There are 4 airlines flying from Singapore to Delhi.
- Weekly there are 28 flights between Singapore to Delhi.
- The earliest flight from Singapore to Delhi is at 02:35.
- The latest flight is at 19:40.
- The cheapest price for a flight from Singapore Delhi is USD 116.00.
About Singapore Changi International Airport
Singapore is a major international transportation hub in Asia, positioned on many sea and air trade routes. Singapore Changi Airport hosts a network of 80 airlines connecting Singapore to 200 cities in 68 countries. The airport has three passenger terminals, and a new budget terminal, which serves low-cost airlines like Tiger Airways, Cebu Pacific and Firefly. Other low-cost airlines still use one of the main passenger terminals.
About Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport
The Indira Gandhi International Airport (abbreviated as IGIA) of the National Capital Region of Delhi is located 16 km west from New Delhi city center. It is the busiest airport and largest aviation hub of India with close to 40 million passengers a year. The airport was named second best airport in the world in the 25 to 40 million passengers category in 2012 and 2013.
The Indira Gandhi Airport has six terminals of which only two are in use. An old terminal known as Terminal 1D is now used for all domestic flights of the budget airlines GoAir, IndiGo and SpiceJet. Terminal 2 will be demolished and is not in use at this time. The brand new Terminal 3 opened in 2010 and is the 8th largest passenger terminal in the world with all modern facilities and technologies. All international flights and all domestic flights by full-service airlines (Air India, Jet Airways) are handled at this terminal.
Please be aware that security at Delhi Airport is tight and you should allow for enough time for check-in. Do not show up 50 minutes before your flight, you will be too late. Also be aware that in the winter months (Dec and Jan) visibility can drop considerably due to dense fog and many flights may get delayed, cancelled or diverted.
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