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Los Angeles to New Delhi India $513 or Less RT Airfares on China Eastern or China Southern Airlines (Limited Travel March-May 2019)

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I actually found one for $392 RT, dates were March 25 - April 12, 2019 (see screenshot).

Both China Eastern and China Southern have round trip airfares travelling from Los Angeles (LAX) to New Delhi India (DEL) for $531, making 1 stop. Price, Duration of Flight, OTA and Stopover city will depend on the airline you choose. I do believe China Southern is a higher rated airline than China Eastern, if you wanted to know.

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Departs LAX: March 11, 17, 25, 26, 27; April 1, 3, 8, 29; May 3
Returns: good availability returns, and the best will be 8-11 days duration.

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Thanks! I wish they extend this to summer holidays as well. The pricing for summer is crazy. Holding off to see if they get better
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Does Indian passport holder need transit visa to travel via China to Delhi? Thanks.
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Citizens/permanent residents of US should think twice before taking this route.
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Just a warning: I applied for an India visa and was denied. You DO need a visa to go to India if you are a US Citizen, and it's $100 non-refundable, even if they deny you entry. You have to explain to them why you are visiting and you must have a contact in India. I followed every rule and my visa was denied for some reason. I asked for an explanation and they couldn't give me one
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Just a warning: I applied for an India visa and was denied. You DO need a visa to go to India if you are a US Citizen, and it's $100 non-refundable, even if they deny you entry. You have to explain to them why you are visiting and you must have a contact in India. I followed every rule and my visa was denied for some reason. I asked for an explanation and they couldn't give me one
that's shitty. pretty much like the same response i was given when i was denied global entry. "Reason: Other"
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Does Indian passport holder need transit visa to travel via China to Delhi? Thanks.
Visa not required. as long as your stop over is less than 24 hours. Indian passport holders are eligible for 24 hour transit visa, which is available upon arrival. If you plan to go out of the airport then you can take the transit visa.
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Just a warning: I applied for an India visa and was denied. You DO need a visa to go to India if you are a US Citizen, and it's $100 non-refundable, even if they deny you entry. You have to explain to them why you are visiting and you must have a contact in India. I followed every rule and my visa was denied for some reason. I asked for an explanation and they couldn't give me one
So you need to get a visa prior to purchasing a ticket? Otherwise you're out not only the $100 fee but the cost of the airline ticket.
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Citizens/permanent residents of US should think twice before taking this route.
Why is that?
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Just a warning: I applied for an India visa and was denied. You DO need a visa to go to India if you are a US Citizen, and it's $100 non-refundable, even if they deny you entry. You have to explain to them why you are visiting and you must have a contact in India. I followed every rule and my visa was denied for some reason. I asked for an explanation and they couldn't give me one
Because you are a white 😊😊😊😊😊😊😁😁😁
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Why is that?
https://travel.state.gov/content/...isory.html
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Just a warning: I applied for an India visa and was denied. You DO need a visa to go to India if you are a US Citizen, and it's $100 non-refundable, even if they deny you entry. You have to explain to them why you are visiting and you must have a contact in India. I followed every rule and my visa was denied for some reason. I asked for an explanation and they couldn't give me one
Tit for tat, US thinks they are the center of the world and entitled to everything.
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Just a warning: I applied for an India visa and was denied. You DO need a visa to go to India if you are a US Citizen, and it's $100 non-refundable, even if they deny you entry. You have to explain to them why you are visiting and you must have a contact in India. I followed every rule and my visa was denied for some reason. I asked for an explanation and they couldn't give me one
It's pretty much the same when an Indian applies for a US visitor visa. They reject most with no reason given except a sheet of general refusal reasons paper thrust in ur hand and fee is non-refundable
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So you need to get a visa prior to purchasing a ticket? Otherwise you're out not only the $100 fee but the cost of the airline ticket.
That is correct, yes.
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Tit for tat, US thinks they are the center of the world and entitled to everything.
Relax buddy, this isn't an India vs. USA debate. I'm just warning others about my experience and trying to save others money. I was rejected for no reason and given no explanation (I have no criminal record, and was only wanting to travel there to see the Taj Mahal and eat some food -- after looking at online discussions, this happens more often than you'd think). If interested in visiting India, I would just make sure you have a visa BEFORE buying a ticket so you aren't out a ton of money if the government decides to reject your application.
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