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Discover magical India

India is a country of colour and flavour – a place where you feel the zest for life that surrounds you as soon as you arrive. It’s a diverse nation, where the history and architecture are just as engrossing as the sights, sounds and smells of the modern day. Ancient temples, lively cities and local wildlife – book your India flights and experience it all.

town of devprayag on alaknanda bhagirathi and ganges rivers india

Visit the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks, or taste your way through the delicious daals, dosas and samosas that India is known for. Search for elusive tigers and lions in the Gir Forest or explore centuries of British influence in the nation’s colonial history.

Each Indian province is much like its own nation, with unique people, flavours and traditions waiting to be discovered.  Begin your journey in the heart of the Asian sub-continent with a flight to India with Etihad Airways.

What's the weather like in India?

What's the weather like in India?

Average TemperatureAverage Rainfall

Jan

24°C

1cm

Feb

25°C

1cm

Mar

27°C

1cm

Apr

29°C

1cm

May

30°C

1cm

Jun

29°C

56cm

Jul

30°C

64cm

Aug

28°C

52cm

Sep

28°C

32cm

Oct

29°C

9cm

Nov

28°C

2cm

Dec

26°C

1cm

The weather in India varies considerably by region. The south can get very hot, whereas there is sometimes snowfall in the north. Temperatures follow a seasonal pattern of cooler winters and hot summers.

India’s monsoon season begins in June and lasts until September, meaning the summer is wet and hot – especially in the tropical south.

Thanks to the country’s size, the weather differs from region to region – Rajasthan is the hottest state.

The figures show Mumbai’s average temperature and rainfall. It’s best to check the weather at your destination for an accurate weather forecast before you fly.

Top flights to India with Etihad

kerala backwaters kochi

Kochi (COK)

India’s beaches look like they were lifted straight from a postcard – and the state of Kerala has some of the finest. There are forts, national parks and stunning waterfalls all to be found in southern India. And, when you fly to Kochi with Etihad, you’ll be entering a region that is famously home to the mysterious Bengal Tiger.

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shore temple bay of bengal chennai

Chennai (MAA)

Fly to Chennai and discover an artistic side to India. Take a walk through Mylapore, the city’s historic neighbourhood where you’ll see the colourful Kapaleeshwarar Temple, dedicated to Shiva the Destroyer. Foodies should seek out the street food in the lanes of George Town or head to Adyar for spice shops or authentic eateries.

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charminar iconic building in hyderabad

Hyderabad (HYD)

Book flights to Hyderabad and you’ll land in a city full of impressive architecture and cultural attractions. Walk the streets of this city and you’ll stumble upon unique palaces, built by royals in centuries gone by. Head to the Old City and visit the Charminar – one of the oldest structures in the city. There are also forts, temples and tombs to explore.

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Reasons to visit India

indian woman sorting red chilli peppers jodhpur india

Delicious and fiery cuisine

Indian food is a favourite across the globe, but as with any cuisine, the best dishes are waiting to be found at home. Each state has a signature of its own, from moreish deep-fried samosa and pakoras to fresh stone-baked naan.

Different heritage has led to a diversity of flavours across the country. They do have a few things in common, though: rice and delicious sauces infused with herbs such as coriander, cumin and turmeric. India’s delicious dishes are a window into its many cultures.

city of varanasi india

Visit the sacred Ganges

Visiting the country’s most revered river is one of the must-do activities in India, and the River Ganges flows through the city of Varanasi. Seen as the country’s spiritual city, Varanasi’s winding streets are often filled with Hindu pilgrims.

This City of Light is the India you imagine: temples to explore, ceremonies on riverside steps and boat rides on the water. There are events throughout the year in Varanasi, from sacred festivals to celebrations of the arts.

bengal tiger india

Discover incredible wildlife

There are many hidden gems in India and the country’s landscape hides wild and wonderful surprises. Bengal tigers, elephants and rhinos are just the beginning – lesser-known animals include the Nilgiri tahr, langurs and even endangered leopards.

You can book onto a safari in all the major national parks – the most celebrated of which is the Gir Forest in Gujarat province. The wildlife varies a lot by region, from the elephant herds of Kerala to the mysterious snow leopards of the Himalayan foothills.

Things to know before you fly to India

charities Cultural considerations

When visiting temples or mosques, remove your shoes before entering and be aware of any local dress requirements – you may need to cover your head, arms and legs.

cards Local currency

The currency of India is the Indian rupee (INR). Unless you’re a resident of India, you’re not permitted to bring even small amounts of rupees into the country.

globe Language

Hindi is the most widespread language, with more than 400 million speakers. English is one of India’s official languages. Many people will understand simple phrases in English, Hindi or Urdu.

socket Plugs

India uses two plug types – type D, with three rounded pins and the three pin British-style plug.

Flying to India: FAQs

Where should I fly to in India?

India is a huge country with more than 20 international airports. With so much diversity on offer, where you choose to fly to will depend on what you’re looking for from your visit.

Many people travel within India during their stay – there are plenty of domestic flight routes and the country’s railway system is well-connected.

Do I need to carry my passport in India?

You don’t always need to keep your passport on you while exploring India. However, many hotels will require passport photocopies as part of their record-keeping, so it is a good idea to keep your passport in an easy-to-access place after your flight.

How many days do you need to visit India?

Travellers usually spend at least two weeks on holiday in India as it’s a large country and many of the top attractions are spread out. If you have less time, stick to one major city, see all the local sites and take a couple of day trips if you can squeeze them in.

Why fly to India with Etihad?

Enjoy the chance to shape your flight to India when you travel with Etihad Airways. Choose how to check in, add extra baggage and pre-book your airport transfer online.

Once on board, relax in reclining seats featuring fully adjustable headrests. Economy guests can also opt for extra legroom or additional space with our upgrade options.

Our inflight entertainment system has a huge choice of movies, TV shows and music to enjoy during your flight.

Select your choice of complimentary meal and drink on every flight, all inspired by the tastes and flavours of India. We have mobile connectivity on some aircraft too, so you can stay in touch with friends and family, or keep up with work, as you fly.

If you’re connecting in Abu Dhabi, why not plan a stopover to explore the capital of the UAE? It’s a great opportunity to take a few days to see some of the world’s most incredible sights, before you continue your flight to India.

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated on 26/09/2019.

The best of India

Discover the Andaman Islands

The Andaman Islands are home to some of the region’s lesser-known resorts, featuring many of Asia’s whitest beaches. Visiting these paradise isles is a great way to extend your Indian adventure.

The uphill struggle of India’s metal bands

Bollywood and Punjabi music are the mainstays in India, but an underground metal scene remains defiant. Read about, and listen to, the bands making a name for themselves in the country.

Mumbai’s top traditional cafes

Experience authentic Indian cuisine in its ancestral home – the street cafe scene of the nation’s largest city. Naved Nasir, an Executive Chef at Dishoom, picks his favourite cafes in his home city of Mumbai.

Where to get a health kick in Kerala

Work on your wellness on your trip to India with our guide to the best health spots in Kerala. From clifftop yoga to surf schools, these trips will leave you feeling relaxed and re-energised.

Book the lowest airfare deals on flights to India from KWD 84

Kuwait City (KWI) to Kochi (COK)

Departure Sat 29 Feb 2020,
Return Mon 30 Mar 2020
from KWD93*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Thiruvananthapuram (TRV)

Departure Mon 20 Jan 2020,
Return Mon 27 Jan 2020
from KWD90*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Kozhikode (CCJ)

Departure Fri 3 Jan 2020,
Return Wed 15 Jan 2020
from KWD101*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Mumbai (BOM)

Departure Mon 2 Mar 2020,
Return Sun 12 Apr 2020
from KWD84*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Chennai (MAA)

Departure Tue 21 Jan 2020,
Return Sun 9 Feb 2020
from KWD88*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Hyderabad (HYD)

Departure Fri 10 Jan 2020,
Return Mon 24 Feb 2020
from KWD100*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Delhi (DEL)

Departure Tue 25 Feb 2020,
Return Thu 19 Mar 2020
from KWD89*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Bangalore (BLR)

Departure Mon 17 Feb 2020,
Return Wed 26 Feb 2020
from KWD129*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Kolkata (CCU)

Departure Sun 19 Jan 2020,
Return Sat 25 Jan 2020
from KWD115*

Kuwait City (KWI) to Ahmedabad (AMD)

Departure Wed 12 Feb 2020,
Return Wed 19 Feb 2020
from KWD95*
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