If you are searching for the cheapest flight from Kolkata to Delhi, then your search ends here. Go First offers Kolkata to Delhi flight fares that are pocket-friendly. When customers book a flight with Go First, they can avail many value-added services as well.
Customers can book the Kolkata to Delhi flight ticket online with Go First through the website or via the mobile app.
To get more information about the Kolkata to Delhi flight schedule, click here.
If you want to book a CCU to Delhi flight ticket with Go First then follow the steps below:
Once you have followed the above steps, you can click on ‘Book Now’. This will direct you to the Kolkata to Delhi flights page. Here you can select the flight that matches your schedule and proceed further with the booking.
For a flight check-in process or for boarding the flight, you can show any one of the following documents for identification.
Note: The discounts and offers are subject to change.
Yes. You can change the origin and arrival destinations under the ‘Manage Booking’ section of the website. However, you can opt to cancel the reservation and create a new one through the regular booking procedure.
If you have booked your Kolkata to Delhi flight ticket with Go First, then you can pre-book your preferred seat under the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the website. If you have booked the flight ticket through a travel agency, then you can pre-book the seat during the web check-in.
The check-in counter closes 45 minutes before the departure. The boarding time for the flight ends 25 minutes before the departure of the flight.
You can do a web check-in from 72 hours until 2 hours before the flight.
Go First operates around 21 flights weekly (3 flights daily) from Kolkata to Delhi.
Kolkata is the city of joy, art, culture and history. Kolkata has seen many artists and noble laureates make the city their home. The former capital of India has something for every traveller. One can revel in the Durga Puja or can travel back in time by visiting Victoria Memorial. Kolkata or Calcutta also has a rich culinary experience to try. From the famous Bengali sweets to mouth-watering savoury dishes, Kolkata cuisine should not be missed. One can try the Puchkas, Kathi Rolls, Fish Roll, Jhal Muri, and the lip-smacking food from Chinatown.
The winter months of October to February are ideal for visiting Kolkata.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport serves the city of Kolkata. It is located in Dum Dum at a distance of 15km. The airport is also one of the busiest in terms of passenger traffic.
Delhi is the city that reflects the Mughal past of the country in its enormity. From Humayun’s Tomb to Qutub Minar, the architectural delights in Delhi are many. It is also the powerhouse of India as the important government residences are here such as the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Delhi is also known for its hip nightlife and ever-energetic bazaars. Delhi also tantalises the taste buds of the traveller with its delicious street food. One can try the famous Dilli-ka-Chaat, Aaloo Tikki, Kebabs and then relish some sweet Jalebis.
Delhi has a little extreme weather during summers and winters. Hence, one can visit Delhi during October and November or February and March when the weather is pleasant and suitable for travel.
Delhi has a state-of-the-art Indira Gandhi International Airport that sees a massive influx of travellers on a day-to-day basis. The airport is at a 16 km distance from the main city centre.
Airport Name: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport
Jessore Rd, Dum Dum,
Kolkata, West Bengal 700052 Airport Code: CCU
Helpline No.: 91 – 33 – 2511 8787 / 3987 4987
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Airport Name:Indira Gandhi International Airport
New Udaan Bhawan, Opp. Terminal-3,
New Delhi, Delhi-110037
IATA Code: DEL
Helpline No: 0124-3376000
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Kolkata : Built in the memory of Queen Victoria, the Victoria Memorial is now a museum and one of the highlights for tourists visiting Kolkata
Delhi : India Gate, situated in Rajpath, Delhi is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in India.