Sunday, September 26, 2010

India Flights

Airline Travel in India

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India is today a global power, a force which is shaping the world and a tourist’s paradise. Ever year, people from all over the world visit India, the South Asia’s major tourist destination. Traveling to India is truly fascinating as the hospitality of the Indian people with their unmatched charm, warmth, friendliness, sincerity, spiritual ness and simplicity will appeal you and an experience of the vacation you will remember for the whole of your lifetime. A diverse country with colorful people belonging to different religions, castes, rituals, languages and the worlds most majestic and historical sights await you.

Indian cities are separated by hundreds and thousands of miles offering contrasting visions of India. Most of the flights enter in India through Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Hyderabad. All the major cities of India are connected to each other with flights, trains and buses or cab transportation.

Come and enjoy a truly spectacular and fascinating experience in India. Flights to India vary in price throughout the year according to the season. The best time to visit India is in the winter season when its cool. From March to June, its too hot and then the monsoon season comes. During the hot season, temperatures can sometimes arise up to 45 degrees Celsius. It’s recommended to book your flights to India between October and February, the winter seasons to experience the most comfortable and pleasant climate. Due to the weather conditions prevailing in different states, flight prices can vary accordingly. You can get cheap flights to India in the monsoon season and the winter months of December and January.

Today, booking can be made online and you can have your tickets delivered to your doorstep in just a matter of clicks. To a book a flight to India, enter the information for the departing and destination cities and the dates for departing and arriving (if for the return booking) and the number of travelers including infants if any in the websites of the travel operators and you will get a whole lot of flights going to your preferred destination with stoppage information if any and you can sort the detailing with cheapest price. So, when you find the cheapest airlines suited to your budget, just go ahead in booking the same. The e tickets will be sent to the email address provided and can be delivered to your home or office. Travel and tour operators as well as airlines are offering huge discounts and special schemes. You can also book a cheap hotel through these travel agents with sightseeing packages beneficial for the tourists taking care of well-planned infrastructure & cost effectiveness. They will facilitate you with economic and extremely competitive airfares to India with a good and reliable service. You can find the in-flight services of the airlines designed specially for the tastes, preferences, and requirements of travelers from across the world, with different ethnicities and religions. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals are available on the menus and are hygienically packed and prepared by reputed hotel chains. Just keep in mind that to get the best deals on your air fare, you must be flexible with the dates and book your ticket well in advance.

Some of the best places to visit in India are the Taj Mahal in Agra, (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), the beauty of Kashmir, the paradise on Earth, the beaches of Goa, the rejuvenation in an ayurvedic spa in Kerala, the snowy peaks of the Himalayas, the lush-green Punjab, the hill-stations of Manali, Shimla etc. Discover India’s spirituality by visiting the most popular shrines in the country like the Mata Vaishno Devi in Jammu, the Golden Temple in Amrtisar, Punjab, the Tirupati Balaji Temple in Andhra Pradesh, the Sai Baba Mandir at Shirdi, Maharashtra etc. that are thronged by hundreds and thousands of devotees each day of the year.

There are 126 airports in India which includes 11 international airports, 89 domestic airports and 26 civil enclaves at Defence airfield managed by Airports Authority of India (AAI), the govt. is planning to open more of them and the work is currently underway for some.

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