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Flight information New Delhi to Manchester
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Average flight time, total distance 11450 kilometres
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New Udaan Bhavan, Opp. T3 IGI Airport, New Delhi – 110037, India
Olympic House, Manchester M90 1QX United Kingdom
Getting to New Delhi airport
- Indira Gandhi airport is a world-class airport with two domestic terminals (T1, T2) and an international terminal (T3).
- Located on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, the airport is 20 km from the city centre.
- Prepaid cabs, metered taxis or rickshaws, or the Orange Line of the Delhi metro can be used to get to the airport from New Delhi.
Travelling from Manchester airport
- Manchester airport is located about 14 km from Manchester city centre.
- You can hire a car from the airport.
- There is a 24-hour bus service operational between the airport and the city.
- There is also a Metro link tram line between the city and airport, as well as train service. Taxis for hire are also easily available.
Facilities at New Delhi and Manchester airports
- Indira Gandhi International airport has free Wi-Fi for 45 minutes. Currency exchange services, ATMs and banks are available. Multiple dining options, from restaurants and bars, to cafes and more; comfortable seating and resting areas for travellers are available.
- Manchester airport is the third busiest in the U.K. and comprises of three passenger terminals. Each terminal has a range of duty free shops, stores for travellers to browse, and bars, cafes, and restaurants to choose from.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from New Delhi to Manchester
There are no non-stop flights between New Delhi and Manchester. With a stopover, the journey can take anywhere from 10 hours to 18 hours. The stop-over allows travellers stretch their legs between long journeys. Manchester is perhaps best known for its football club and culture, and is on top of the list of cities football fans should visit.
New Delhi is 4h 30min ahead of Manchester, U.K. In winter (October to March) it would be 5h 30min ahead given Day light saving time.
Weather in Manchester
July is Manchester’s hottest month with temperatures in the 16 to 18 degree Celsius range. The coldest temperature is around 4 degrees Celsius during January. October sees the highest rainfall in the year.
Manchester, like the rest of U.K., uses Pound Sterling. 1 Pound (GBP) is equal to around 82 Indian Rupees (INR). Find the latest exchange rates here.
Cost of living in Manchester
Manchester, like the rest of England, can be expensive for travellers. A fast food meal will cost about £5, while lunch at a café or a regular restaurant is about £10. Day tickets for the train/tram/bus cost upwards of £6.70. A cab from the airport to the city will cost between £20 and £30, while the same journey by train will be approximately £5.
Mode of payments accepted in Manchester
Credit cards and debit cards are accepted in most places in Manchester and ATMs and banks are plentiful. Keep some pounds handy for taxi/cab rides and any small purchases.
Best places for your first meal in Manchester
A wide range of international cuisines and chains to choose from, include Asian, Mexican, Middle Eastern and Indian. Fish and Chips are a quintessential U.K. dish that travellers might like to try, as well as the Balti and Curry cuisine, U.K’s take on Indian food. Black Pudding, Manchester Egg, Manchester tart and Lancashire hotpot are other local specialities.
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.