Cheap flights from New Delhi to Bahrain
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Flight information New Delhi to Bahrain
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Average flight time, total distance 2622 kilometres
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New Udaan Bhavan, Opp. T3 IGI Airport, New Delhi – 110037, India
Bahrain Airport (BAH)
PO Box 586,Manama,Bahrain.
Getting to New Delhi airport
- Indira Gandhi international airport has two domestic terminals (T1, T2) and one international terminal (T3) with world-class facilities.
- Right off the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, the airport is 20 km from the city centre.
- Travellers can use prepaid cabs, metered taxis or rickshaws, or get on the Orange Line of the Delhi metro to reach the airport from New Delhi.
Travelling from Bahrain airport
- Bahrain airport is 6 km from the capital city of Manama.
- Many hotels offer free shuttle service between their location and the airport.
- Calling for a metered taxi is preferable to the airport taxis, which tend to charge more.
- For more details on car hire from airport visit our car hire page.
- An hourly bus also runs from the airport to Muharraq bus terminal.
Facilities at New Delhi and Bahrain airports
- Indira Gandhi International airport has free WiFi that travellers can log into, for 45 minutes. There are currency exchange services, ATMs and banks at the airport. Travellers will find themselves with many choices when it comes to dining, restaurants, cafes and snack bars. New Delhi airport also has many spots with comfortable seating where travellers can relax and even stretch out for a nap.
- Free WiFi is available for use all across Bahrain airport. It also has banks and currency exchange services, gift shops, a post office, and a communications centre. Bahrain airport also boasts of exciting Duty Free shopping. There are numerous restaurants, cafes, and bars too.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from New Delhi to Bahrain
The flying time, non-stop, from New Delhi to Bahrain is around 4 hours and 30 minutes. Travellers can take a nap, avail of the food and drink amenities on board, read the in-flight magazine to learn more about their destination, on the journey. The entire island nation is a duty free zone, making it a good place to shop for international brands.
Bahrain is 2h 30min behind New Delhi.
Weather in Bahrain
Bahrain has a very hot and humid climate, with temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius during summer. The climate is mostly dry, with very less rainfall that occurs during winter.
The Bahraini Dinar (BHD) converts to about 177 Indian Rupees (INR). To know about the latest exchange rate, click here.
Cost of living in Bahrain
Bahrain is more economical than most of the other countries in the Middle East. A fast food meal will cost around 2 Dinars per person, while a meal at a small restaurant will be around 4 Dinars. The base fare for a taxi is 6 Dinar for 8 km.
Mode of payments accepted in Bahrain
Credit cards are accepted in most parts of the country, and the larger towns have ATMs. Money changers in the souqs (local markets) and commercial banks are available. Keep cash on hand to pay for transport, purchases in souqs and snacks/small meals.
Best places for your first meal in Bahrain
Aside from Middle Eastern cuisine, Indian and Asian restaurants are extremely popular in Bahrain. Iraqi and Lebanese restaurants are plentiful and give the traveller a chance to sample some distinctive dishes of the region. Falafel, hummus, and baba ghanoush are all must-try dishes. Biryani, Gabout, Harees, Machboos are all local delicacies, and for dessert, one can try the Zalabia, distinctive fried dough.
Information and data provided on this page is correct as of October 28th, 2016.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.