There have been a few important pieces of news this week for those who are looking to buy cheap India flights from Canada to India. One of the most interesting developments is that Neos Airways which is providing service from Amritsar to Milan and then to Toronto is adding additional capacity. They will increase flights from Amritsar to Milan because they have stated that the flight is incredibly popular and is serving the Punjabi community from Northern India extremely well. Anytime an airline increases capacity it should mean more cheap India flights available!
Another piece of important news regarding India flights is Air India has received its first Airbus A350! The purchase of these planes a few months back had everyone very excited and now they have finally arrived and have entered commercial service.
Currently, they are operating the new aircraft on domestic routes to train and develop the Air India team.
It will not be long until these particular planes will travel to international destinations around the world as that is what they are designed to do. We may see this plane come to Canada or the United States, but even if it is destined for Europe or the Middle East, these new highly efficient aircraft will eventually help lower prices for travel to India! It will take another full year for a large portion of the Air India fleet to be replaced, but now that the planes have started to arrive, things will improve quickly for India’s largest carrier!
For passengers who want to depart from Toronto to New Delhi, most are now waiting until March to travel as February has become quite expensive and cheap India flights are still available early in the Spring. Toronto-based customers continue to fly on Air France & KLM as they are leading the way on pricing. Prices are available on their flights from only $1899. Air India is also competitively priced with flights starting from $2350 making them a great option if you are travelling alone and what the convenience of the direct service from Toronto to New Delhi. If you are searching for cheap India flights it is your last chance to book before the high season comes to a close.
If you departing on a flight from Vancouver to New Delhi there are cheap India flights available in late Spring. Once again, the most popular and lowest-priced airline in the market is Turkish Airlines through Istanbul. You can find prices for as low as $1899 but departure dates to find these low prices are in late February as we close at the end of the booking season for India flights. To purchase a ticket on the same dates on the always popular direct flight service on Air India will set you back $2480, for those travelling alone, it makes a lot of sense due to the significant time savings by avoiding a stop in Europe.
Those who are looking for a cheap India flight before the end of the peak travel season for India are booking as fast as they can. We are also seeing those who are planning further ahead and booking for the fall of 2024.
If you are planning a last-minute trip to India or if you want to make sure you secure a cheap India flight far into the future now is the time to get your flight ticket.
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