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Cheap flights to India from Canada for 2021

Find flight deals and special fares to all parts of India from Canada.

India conjures up a variety of images, from the Taj Mahal and jungle wildlife, to cities bustling with delicious food. There are plenty of flight deals to India all year round, so you can explore the beaches in the south, the hiking opportunities around the Himalayas and the Ganges Range in the north. Many airlines operate with flexible departure dates and times from Canada, so pack your bags and take in all that this South Asian nation has to offer.

Etihad Airways Etihad Airways

International flights from $1,930 return

Available on flights until 31 December 2021 to India and Abu Dhabi. Sample fare is Toronto-Karachi. T&Cs apply.

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JUSTFLY JUSTFLY

Up to 80% off flights worldwide

Available for travel on select dates and routes from May - December 2020. Destinations include the USA, India, Europe, Australia and more. Discount varies depending on the location and may change without notice. T&Cs apply.

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What you can expect to pay for cheap flights to India

Here’s what’s considered to be a good deal compared to the average cost of a flight from select Canadian cities to India.

Average price for flights to Delhi from Canada

Average price for flights to Mumbai from Canada


India flight time (to New Delhi)

  • From Toronto: Approximately 13 hrs 50 mins+ direct to Indira Gandhi Airport
  • From Halifax: Approximately 17 hrs 20 mins + with one or two stopovers, landing at Indira Gandhi Airport
  • From Vancouver: Approximately 16 hrs direct, landing at Indira Gandhi Airport
  • From Winnipeg: Approximately 21 hrs 05 mins + with one or two stopovers, landing at Indira Gandhi Airport

Airlines that fly to India

  • Air Canada (Direct from Toronto and Vancouver)
  • Air India (Direct from Toronto)
  • Lufthansa
  • KLM
  • British Airways
  • Etihad
  • Air France
  • Alitalia
  • Emirates
  • Turkish Airlines

India insider flight tips

  • Air Canada and Air India operate the only direct flights between Canada and India. Air Canada offers flights to Delhi from Toronto and Vancouver, plus flies from to Mumbai from Toronto. Air India offers flights only between Toronto and Delhi. Connections with both airlines to other Canadian airports are available.
  • October and March are considered the best months to visit India, since crowds aren’t at their peak. The climate during these months is largely cool and dry, outside of monsoon season, and ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.
  • Be sure to keep up-to-date with current travel advice when looking for flight deals to India. The Canadian Government advises against travel to certain states in the country and recommend exercising a high degree of caution overall, particularly in heavily-touristed areas. Check the Government of Canada India travel updates for cautions and advisories.

How to get around India from the airport on arrival

Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) connects to the city centre in under 30 minutes via the Delhi Metro Airport Express Line. Buses also operate regularly and are crowded but cheap. Prepaid taxi booths are located in the international and domestic terminals and should be preferably used over metered taxis to avoid overcharging and scams. Prepaid taxis booths in Delhi are operated by Delhi Traffic Police and can also be found around the city.

Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) has regular trains to Mumbai city centre, but you’ll need to catch a bus from the airport to the train station. Taxis can also take you to the station or directly to your destination. Rickshaws are also available if you’re tempted by the experience, but always agree on a price before getting in.

Driving in India can be dangerous due to erratic driving and poorly-maintained roads. Canadian visitors require an International Driving Permit if you do decide to drive. Check you have adequate travel insurance and familiarize yourself with advice on what to do if you’re involved in an accident. You can also rent a car with a private chauffeur. These are readily available and relatively cheap.


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