Delhi is the capital city of India, and a whirlwind of monuments, markets, malls and temples. The streets are a riot of jewel-bright sarongs and red rickshaws. Meanwhile, Old Delhi dishes up guidebook must-sees like the Red Fort and the Jama Masjid Mosque. And it’s all connected by the polished Delhi Metro.
Direct flights from Toronto to Delhi depart daily. Alternatively, use our search engine to discover cheaper flights with a stopover.
Direct flights are just under 14 hours long. The cheapest flights include a stopover or two, so they can last anywhere from 18 to 60 hours.
Air Canada offers direct Toronto to Delhi flights. Flights with stopovers use a mix of airlines such as Air India, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa and Jet Airways.
Direct flights usually depart every day. Adding a stopover increases your choice of flight times.
All flights take off from Toronto Pearson International Airport and land in Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
There’s only one direct flight from Toronto to Delhi. The cheapest flights are often the longest – you might have to switch planes in stopover cities like Dubai, Amsterdam or Frankfurt.
Flights from Toronto to Delhi deliver you to one of the most colourful cities on the planet. World-famous sights like the Red Fort, Hamayun’s Tomb, and Qutb Minar piece together the old quarter. And the food ranges from sizzling street food to cordon bleu cuisine. A range of hotels – from budget to five-star luxury – finish things off with a flourish.
A tropical climate means that Delhi is hotter than Toronto all year round. Plus, the city offers up to 6 hours’ extra sunshine a day between October and April.
Use our smart search engine to find a range of cheap flights from Toronto to Delhi.