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Right now there are a couple of great deals to New Delhi India, courtesy of Chinese airlines. From the East Coast, China Southern has sale fares from $453 originating at New York‘s JFK; the West Coast shows Los Angeles fares starting at $503 and San Francisco fares from $553, both courtesy of China Eastern. The New York fares will prices at $453 on Google Flights but may reprice $9 lower upon following pricing links. These fares are available on limited dates in September and October, and require 7-day minimum stays, though are viable for much longer stays. In some cases, long layovers may be involved, with short layovers available for maybe ~$100 more – still a good price.
These are main cabin fares, so seat selection and checked bags are included. That makes these fantastic prices, given that basic economy fares are often more expensive yet provide neither seats nor bags. Mileage earning is spotty on both of these deals; check WheretoCredit.com for both airlines for more information, and double check fare classes when booking. This is a solid deal for just a few dates, so move quickly if you want to visit New Delhi this fall.
- Departure: JFK
- Stops: CAN
- Arrival: DEL
How to Book
- Follow link for sample dates or search your favorite OTA / Google Flights for departure and destination
- Limited dates, September – October, 2019
- 7-day stay required
Where to Stay in New Delhi
Things to Do in New Delhi
Good luck and happy flying!
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