Flights to India

The Republic of India, commonly known as India, is a land of unparalleled majesty, comparable in size to entire continent of Europe, and home of nearly 16% of the world population. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the west, and the Bay of Bengal on the east, India has a coastline of over 7000 kilometres.

Please note that all passengers travelling to India and connecting onto a domestic flight need to clear their baggage through customs at the first airport of entry in India and hand it over to the transfer desk. This requirement is mandatory, even if the baggage has been tagged with its final destination in India.

e-Tourist Visa India

You may need an e-Tourist Visa to travel to India. Please be aware that you need to apply for a visa in advance, as there is no possibility to obtain one upon arrival.

Please print a paper copy of your e-visa. A digital copy will not suffice. If you are unable to present a paper copy of your visa upon arrival, you will be denied entry to the country and a penalty fee may be charged.

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  • Mumbai

    Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the financial and entertainment capital of India. It’s a dazzling city with centuries of history, a rich cultural scene, many artsy museums and theatres as well as buildings in the Gothic Revival style.

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