Cheap Flights from Chicago to New Delhi in 2019

Flight information Chicago to New Delhi

Cheapest roundtrip price last month


Non-stop airline


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 7480 miles

14h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Air India

New Delhi

1 airport

Explore New Delhi

New Delhi Hotels

The Imperial Hotel


Le Meridien New Delhi


Shangri-La's Eros Hotel


Cheap Flights from Chicago to New Delhi

Most flights from Chicago to New Delhi have at least one stop, but Air India does offer a non-stop flight out of Chicago O'Hare that departs in the afternoon and takes about 14.5 hours. Other departures are available from both O'Hare and Midway International throughout the day seven days a week, but generally will take anywhere from 20 to 28 hours as they make one or two stops at other airports in the United States before heading to India.

Carriers on this route include United, Lufthansa, Air France and Qatar Airways. Fares can vary wildly, from a low of around $600 USD for a round-trip ticket to tens of thousands of dollars! That's why it's crucial to make use of the search tools with this route to ensure you're getting the best possible price.

Tips for Visiting New Delhi

India's capital city showcases both the country's magnificent past and tech-based future. Classic architecture and traditional street food stalls are found within a stone's throw from modern megamalls and towering corporate offices. There's truly a little something for everyone, whether you're visiting for business or pleasure.

Many first-time visitors have the Taj Mahal at the top of their to-do list, which requires a day trip to the city of Agra. New Delhi itself has many amazing sights that shouldn't be missed, however. The Lotus Temple is an amazing sight and welcomes visitors of all faiths to enjoy silent reflection on the beautiful grounds. The Lodi Gardens is a public park that is actually scattered with ancient ruins. And the Red Fort actually encompasses the ruins of a city that you can walk around in.

Of course, most visitors also want to sample the local cuisine. Global favorites like butter chicken, chaat and tandoori chicken are perhaps better here than they will be anywhere else and are always solid choices. If you want to try something really unique check out the gol gappa dumplings sold at street carts everywhere, the local twist on the funnel cake called "jalebi", and some refreshing frozen kulfi in the warmer months.

As far as lodging goes, a wide range of types are available in the city. Generally speaking, you'll find most of the upscale locations concentrated near the airport and near the Yamuna River. The cities of Gurugram and Faridabad just to the south have a strong concentration of midscale and budget options. You'll also find hostels and guest houses scattered throughout the city that offer unbeatable rates if you're willing to sacrifice some conveniences. Check out the

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