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E-155, Saket, Opp. PVR Complex, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110017, India
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Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by djcheekychops


Please can you help??
I will arrive in Delhi on British Airways flight at 10.30am and I am hoping to catch the 12.15pm Jet lite flight to Goa.

Will 1 hour 45mins be enough time for me to collect my baggage and get from one airport to the other. I will have baggage to check in too?

Any help much appreciated.


Re: Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by oceania26

I would highly advise against it because flights aren't always on time. Then there's waiting lines, getting your luggage, immigration, getting to the right gate (which could be on the other side), checking in your luggage, boarding, etc. It's better to flyout later that day or even the next day - it'll give you a chance to see the highlights of Delhi.

Re: Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by into-thin-air

I Entirely agree with the above poster -- Imagine what a stressful journey you would have, especially if the BA flight was a bit late in taking off -- you would spend the entire flight checking your watch -- Change your JET flight till the next day and have a day out in Delhi !!
BTW -- I Pity you with flying BA -- I took the BA experience to India this year and the return flight was hell -- Come back Biman Bangladesh -- All is Forgiven :-)
Happy Travels

Re: Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by travel4fun21

See responses to my post regarding Domestic to International transfers. Most people feel that it will take about 30-45 minutes to get from one airport(not terminal change) to the other. So, even if you zip through immigration and customs you will not make it. Take a later flight. The only outside possibility might be if JetAir will transfer your luggage and I'm not sure if it is even possible....and you have a prearranged ride. Good Luck.

British Airways comment-Unfortunately, I booked an itinerary on One World alliance and BA wouldn't preassign seats. BA tells me that I can check in 24 hrs early to get seats but I can't do it as I will be on a connecting flight before that. This is on top of making my fly through Heathrow! Will not fly BA next time.

Re: Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by ladagspa


Due to Aviation boom in India Delhi Airport is very crowded. There will be atleast 30 minutes Delay in getting a clear runway for you. And it takes atleast 30 minutes to get our of the terminal. Then queue for the Taxi.

In short change your connecting flight.

I agree with spending a day in Delhi, if time permits.


Re: Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by Bimalaggarwal

And remember that check-in counters close 30 minutes before departure.
So you have effectively 1 hrs 15 minutes, and subtract 30 minutes of travel time to Domestic airport.
So you have 45 minutes between landing in Delhi and taking the taxi.
No chance!

I would advise that you forget about taking this Jet Airways connection.

Re: Help Urgent - Transfer times from Delhi Int to Domestic Airport

by kanasar

it would be tight but you will make it

Travel Tips for Delhi

Sixth city of Delhi- SHERSHAHI

by Rupanworld

Humayun was defeated by Sher shah and thrown out of his capital. Shershah built the sixth city of Delhi and named it as Shershahi after him. It was located in the area which is now called the Purana Qila. For more please see my Things to do tips

A Short List!

by wispofcloud

Carry any kind of luggage you want. If you cannot carry your own bags due to weight, there will be someone who can do it for you! As with most developing countries, labour in India is cheap. Most bus stations and railway stations have porters to help you with your luggage. Decide beforehand what the prive should be, as (like most poor countries) these guys tend to mark up the price about 200% when they see a foreigner. Clothing should ideally be light - cotton is ideal for most of the year - and shorts and sandals are the order of the day for the summer.

If you're female, your shorts better be long enough (at least to just above the knee).

Shoes - obviously comfortable ones are best.

Summer - light clothes that let your skin breathe
Monsoon - gets very strong in some parts of India, and appropriate clothing may be required.
Winter - North India can get pretty cold. It's best to pack for a North Indian winter (and especially if you're hitting the mountains) as you would for climbing the Matterhorn! For those of you with fair skin, please bring along boxes of sunscreen. The Indian sun is harsh and merciless for most of the year [that's why we all look well done! :-)]
malaria pills, vaccinations for cholera, tuberculosis, hepatitis, etc., are good though not essential. Everything is available here from the trendy cameras to repair shops for the same. Use only Duracell or Energiser batteries, especially if your camera soaks up battery power. Leave your swimsuits at home! India is just the place to get that all-over tan! :-)

At the Quitab Minar complex...

by sandravdp

At the Quitab Minar complex you can find several buildings, with windows like these. When the sun shines through you can see little stars being reflected on the ground.

More abou the Quitab Minar temple complex is to be found in my Delhi TRAVELLOGUE!

Tata bus

by grets

We were all rather concerned that this was the bus that was going to take us all around India, but fortunately they provided us with a more up-to-date coach for the bigger journeys. I don't think we would have survived a 300-mile journey in this wreck!

TexMex Food, stetsons and retro music

by WanderingFinn about Rodeo

Rodeo is the first & the authentic Mexican, Tex-Mex restaurant in Delhi.

The restaurant is located in the more western area (Connaught Place); you need to know the letter of the "block" and the circle (inner or outer) to tell to your rikshaw, tuk tuk or taxi driver. It is a big area.

Nice small restaurant, tex-mex theme and food, male waiters wear black clothes and black hats. Music is nice; from 60's, 70's and 80's; also mixed and more modern later in the evening. The place closes quite early; around 11-12 p.m.

Staff is young and speaks English; are also very friendly and service-minded which is not always the case in Delhi. I took the usual fajitas as I like it so much.

It tasted great, but the portion was too small even to me, a woman who usually eats quite healthy food and not too much.


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