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Flight information New Delhi to Hyderabad

Cheapest return price last month

₹ 4,792

Direct airlines

7

Flights per week

201

Average flight time, total distance 1269 kilometres

2h 0min

Hyderabad

1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Hyderabad: Hyderabad.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from New Delhi to Hyderabad is ₹ 4,792. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
2h 0min is the average flight time from New Delhi to Hyderabad.
There are 7 airlines who fly direct from New Delhi to Hyderabad.
As of November, there are 201 flights per week flying from New Delhi to Hyderabad.

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What you need to know before flying from New Delhi to Hyderabad?

Airport information for New Delhi and Hyderabad

Departure

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)

New Delhi – 110037, India

Arrival

Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD)

Shamshabad – Hyderabad 500 409

Telangana, India

Getting to New Delhi airport

  • Indira Gandhi airport lies 20 km south to New Delhi’s city centre. Travellers can hire metered rickshaws or taxis and book prepaid taxis or take A/C coach buses to get to the airport.
  • Travellers wishing to travel by metro can take the Orange Line which will take them directly to terminal T3. Transfers to other terminals can be made using the shuttle coaches.

Travelling from Hyderabad airport

  • Hyderabad airport is located 24 km south of the city centre of Hyderabad. Visitors can book prepaid taxis or take metered taxis or rickshaws to get to the city.
  • Travellers can also rent cars to drive around. See more here.
  • Travellers can also take Pushpak airport liner or any of the APSRTC buses to travel to the city.

Facilities at New Delhi and Hyderabad airports

  • Delhi airport has free Wi-Fi for half an hour, forex and money changing services, ATMs, banking facilities, car rental counters, cafes and eating spaces, retail spaces and premium lounges for passengers.
  • Rajiv Gandhi airport has conference and business rooms, 13 lounges for passengers, restaurants and cafes, ATMs, banking facilities, forex and money changing facilities, access to free Wi-Fi for 45 minutes and retail and shopping spaces.

Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from New Delhi to Hyderabad

The average flight time from New Delhi to Hyderabad is 2h 5min nonstop. Travellers can read up about things to do in Hyderabad in the in-flight magazines or catch up on their work.

Hyderabad at a glance

The capital of two states - Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Hyderabad is nothing short of a Mughal city. Ruled mainly by the Nizams, it’s a city situated in between three artificial lakes. A highly populated city, it is today home to some of the world’s biggest multinational companies.

Weather in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is best visited in the winters between October and February when the mercury hovers around 14 to 28 degree Celsius. The climate is pleasant and good for fun activities since the rains have ended and humidity is low.

Cost of living in Hyderabad

A 1 km taxi ride costs INR 12-20 while a local transport ticket (one-way) costs INR 16. Budget meals cost around INR 100 while a three course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant costs around INR 500.

Mode of payments accepted in Hyderabad

ATMs are plentiful, so travellers can withdraw cash anytime. Visitors should carry cash for transportation, small purchases and food. The mid to high-range restaurants, hotels and shopping stores accept all kinds of debit and credit cards.

Best places for your first meal in Hyderabad

Travellers should head to Jubilee Hills, Banjara Hills and Begumpet to satiate their hunger pangs with Hyderabad’s best food. If you want to sample some of the best of Hyderabad biryanis, try any of the mid-range restaurants in the city. The Hyderabadi Biryani needs no introduction. It’s one of the most famous dishes served under the Indian cuisine. Equally famous is the Hyderabadi haleem. Street food serving meat items such as kebabs is very famous in the city. The city’s food also has influences from Marathwada and Arabic cuisine. In desserts, a porridge (kheer) made from sweet gourd (kaddu) is a must-have. The staple food of the city revolves around wheat, rice, and meat. Also, the cuisine is famous for its use of spices.

Hyderabad Culture:

When the Mughal Empire fell in the north, a lot of Muslim artists shifted to Hyderabad under the shelter of the Nizam and his government. From then on, both the North and the South have grown together. A perfect example of this can be seen in the fact that Telangana has two official languages - Telugu and Urdu. A lot of Muslim festivals are celebrated side-by-side with Hindu festivals here. The city is rich for its tradition in performing arts.

Hyderabad History and Architecture:

Hyderabad was ruled by many Mughal (read Muslim) leaders until it’s merging with the Indian Constitution. The surprise element here is that its population has always been mainly Hindus.  Speaking of architecture, Hyderabad was awarded the country’s best heritage city by the government. Architecture of old buildings ranges mainly from Persian and Indo-Islamic to sometimes European.

Shopping in Hyderabad:

You will find many malls in the city selling some famous brands. However, what you should look for are unique markets, such as the All Night’s Bazaar adjacent to Shilparamam village complex. Similarly, you must not forget to buy a pack of spices. Shilparamam complex itself hosts many shops from all over India where you get the entire country’s specialties under one roof! Also, don’t forget to pack a few Hyderabadi bangles.

Information and data provided on this page is correct as of June 28th, 2016.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.