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United Airlines Roundtrip Flight: Fort Lauderdale to New Delhi, India EXPIRED

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United Airlines offers Roundtrip Flights travelling between Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL) and New Delhi, India (DEL) for $638. For prices and availability, enter travel information on Skyscanner then proceed to select flights and book with an online travel agency. Thanks serra

Note: Flights make 1 stop in Newark NJ. Airfare should include a free carry-on and 1st checked bag free.

Travel Availability (subject to change):
  • Departs Fort Lauderdale (FLL): August 27; September 3, 8-10, 13-17, 20-22, 24-25, 27-28, 30; October 5-8, 11, 15, 22-23, 25-26, 28-30; November 2, 4
  • Returns: Wide and good availability returns
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United Airlines via Skyscanner have round trip airfares travelling from Ft Lauderdale (FLL) to New Delhi India (DEL) for $638, making 1 stop in Newark NJ. Your airfare will include a free carry-on and 1st checked bag free.

Travel Availability:
Departs FLL: Aug 27; Sept 3, 8-10, 13-17, 20-22, 24-25, 27-28, 30; Oct 5-8, 11, 15, 22-23, 25-26, 28-30; Nov 2, 4
Returns: wide and good availability returns
To book this deal, enter travel information on Skyscanner [skyscanner.com], who will find the lowest possible prices for you. Then select a known and reputable OTA to complete your booking!

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This is another India fare from JFK that includes Delhi, Tokyo, and Singapore that is very much alive don't believe the lazy mods who marked it as expired:

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Since you seem to lack knowledge, India has been called Hindustan 2000+ years before the birth of Jesus and is the oldest name of India. Seems like all the twitter trolls have discovered Slickdeals all of a sudden.
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$638 with 1 checkin bag for a ticket in August and to Delhi ( one of major airport ) is not a great deal at all. If you find same price later 3-4 months down the line, it is a good deal. Delta usually offers around 700 to 800 with 2 checkin bags to delhi and other cities as well.
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FWIW - If you want to go to India there really isn't a 'great' flight experience from the states short of paying a lot of money. It's a lot of travel time in the air.

If you've never been, traveling alone is probably not a great idea. The cities are vastly different from a typical American city so having someone else along is good not just for conversation but to evaluate the situations you'll find yourself in.

Culturally... it's riveting. Doing a structured tour just to get a feel for the way things work will help.

Also, if you plan to go. You have to 'plan' to go. There are shots to get at a travel clinic, passports, etc.

And on the return flight... pay to have your luggage wrapped. It's cheap. Maybe 5$ USD. But the plastic wrap will save your clothes from being damp and odd smelling.
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That flight sucks. Newark to Delhi almost 15 hours??? Be ready if you do.
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Such a strange route... i tried a few hubs and couldn't get anything near this price.
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$638 with 1 checkin bag for a ticket in August and to Delhi ( one of major airport ) is not a great deal at all. If you find same price later 3-4 months down the line, it is a good deal. Delta usually offers around 700 to 800 with 2 checkin bags to delhi and other cities as well.
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New Delhi has been ranked among the most polluted cities in the world. The air quality is exceptionally bad. And it's way too overcrowded. Hard pass.
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Just rename it Hindustan and be done with it...
Since you seem to lack knowledge, India has been called Hindustan 2000+ years before the birth of Jesus and is the oldest name of India. Seems like all the twitter trolls have discovered Slickdeals all of a sudden.
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FWIW - If you want to go to India there really isn't a 'great' flight experience from the states short of paying a lot of money. It's a lot of travel time in the air.

If you've never been, traveling alone is probably not a great idea. The cities are vastly different from a typical American city so having someone else along is good not just for conversation but to evaluate the situations you'll find yourself in.

Culturally... it's riveting. Doing a structured tour just to get a feel for the way things work will help.

Also, if you plan to go. You have to 'plan' to go. There are shots to get at a travel clinic, passports, etc.

And on the return flight... pay to have your luggage wrapped. It's cheap. Maybe 5$ USD. But the plastic wrap will save your clothes from being damp and odd smelling.
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