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Panaji or Panjim is the capital of Goa and lies about 30 kilometres from the airport in the North Goa district. The Goa Airport Shuttle Bus transports passengers to Panaji city twice daily and there are no railway links directly to the capital, so you may wish to take a prepaid taxi or rent a car instead.
If you’re arriving at Goa Airport and this is your first visit to the popular destination, then you may wish to stop at the tourism and information booth located in the arrivals area of the domestic terminal to collect good tips for sightseeing and other special events to make the most of your time there.
This former Portuguese-controlled section of India has several places of interest, including many Catholic churches, such as the Basilica de Bom Jesus and the Church & Convent of St. Francis of Assisi. You can also choose to spend some time at the Goa State Museum after your flight from New Delhi to Goa.
Unfortunately, there are no hotels at Goa Airport or anywhere else nearby. The closest accommodation is in Vasco de Gama, about 4 kilometres away. That said, there are a few hotels in North Goa that offer guests free airport shuttle service, such as Cidade de Goa and White Pearl Suites, which has a 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle.
Direct flights from New Delhi generally make it to Vasco da Gama in 2h 20m. The flying distance between the two cities is 2,417 km.
There are usually 53 direct flights each day leaving New Delhi in the direction of Vasco da Gama, for a total of 372 flights weekly.
In the last 72 hours, the best return deals on flights connecting New Delhi to Vasco da Gama were found on AirAsia India (₹ 9,322) and IndiGo (₹ 10,071). Vistara proposed the cheapest one-way flight at ₹ 4,411.
The airlines most regularly connecting New Delhi to Vasco da Gama are IndiGo (13 flights per day), Virgin Atlantic (12 flights per day), and AirAsia India (4 flights per day).
When flying from New Delhi to Vasco da Gama, you should consider leaving on a Wednesday and avoid Thursdays if you are looking for the best rates. For your return to New Delhi, you’ll find the best rates on Thursdays and the most expensive ones on Mondays.
On your way to Vasco da Gama, you’ll fly out from New Delhi Indira Gandhi Intl. You’ll be landing at Vasco da Gama Goa Intl.
The earliest flight leaves New Delhi at 04:05 and lands in Goa Airport at 06:35.
The last flight leaves New Delhi at 20:20 and lands in Goa Airport at 22:55.
All the following airlines operate direct flights between New Delhi and Vasco da Gama: IndiGo, American Airlines, Air France, Air India, Ethiopian Air, AirAsia India, Japan Airlines, KLM, Lufthansa, LOT, SWISS, SpiceJet, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines, Vistara, and Virgin Atlantic.
The Airbus A320neo is the aircraft model that flies most regularly on the New Delhi to Goa Airport flight route.
oneworld, SkyTeam, and Star Alliance are the airline alliances operating flights between New Delhi and Vasco da Gama, with Star Alliance being the most commonly used for this route.
There are direct flights from New Delhi to Goa Airport on a daily basis.
The two airlines most popular with KAYAK users for flights from New Delhi to Vasco da Gama are Vistara and IndiGo. With an average price for the route of ₹ 14,044 and an overall rating of 8.2, Vistara is the most popular choice. IndiGo is also a great choice for the route, with an average price of ₹ 11,050 and an overall rating of 7.2.
Virgin Atlantic, IndiGo and AirAsia India have all waived their change and cancellation fees on flights from New Delhi to Goa Airport. Confirm policies on booking site.
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Hacker Fares allow you to combine one-way tickets in order to save you money over a traditional return ticket. You could then fly to Goa Airport with an airline and back to New Delhi with another airline.
Sometimes travel dates aren't set in stone. If your preferred travel dates have some wiggle room, flexible dates will show you all the options when flying to Goa Airport from New Delhi up to 3 days before/after your preferred dates. You can then pick the flights that suit you best.
plane is clean and well taken care of cabin crew
plane is clean and well taken care of cabin crew
The Airlines is really professional and flights are almost on time in respect of departure and arrivals are concerned.
The trip was booked on a Premium Economy, I was moved to standard economy with no compensation. When I boarded the flight crew had already made someone else sit in my place who were reluctant to give me my seat. Quite a few people were found not wearing masks and crew did nothing about it. No choice of food in spite of me with a standard economy ticket that includes the option of food.
Pathetic ground staff and customer care. I paid for an upgrade 3 weeks before the journey, and I was downgraded with no reason.
No Food, No beverages, only water, and there is no information about this sudden change
Surprisingly pleasant experience despite Covid-19 times. Food was too good!
For the price, I recommend other airlines. Indigo might save a few hundred bucks but the quality of service, food selection, wait time, delays is really bad. This is like the Spirit airlines of India, if you know what I mean.
Already mentioned the didorerly check in process. The crew were not aware that I pre-booked for snacks and paid for. They said I have to pay for snacks and drinks, when I showed the crew my boarding pass they said that the system was not updated with this information. Very strange excuse..
Cleanliness os Seats and surrounding areas. On time Departure and Arrival. No1 Budget Airline in India
On time Arrival and Departure despite budget airline. In side the aircraft, seats and floor carpet is very clean and neat
I like nothing, we couldn’t utilize your booking. Unfortunately I lost my money with you.
More options for food would have made this perfect but overall great experience
CHAIRS NOT COFARTABLE AND MY BAG WHICH IN LAGUGE NOT COME ON TIME COME IN LAST WHEN BELT GOSE CLOSE AND AFTER THAT MY NEW BAG NOT IN GOOD CONITION FULL OF REPED ITS WAS REALLY VERY BED EXP AND I DONT WANT TO PERFE NEXT TIME
Flight was on time, clear announcement while boarding, seats and upkeep of flight was good. Only improvement could possibly be: - Announcement from pilot was missing e.g. usual greetings, travel time, destination weather etc.
The flight was 4 hours late and the ground staff was terrible.
Landing at Delhi IGI AIRPORT was not smooth.It made us bit nervous. Then the rest was ok. Staff and the crew are very efficient.
Cabin crew was really nice, especially the head air hostess.
Flight didn’t take off after boarding for almost 4 hours. Later it was cancelled and passengers were deplaned. It was reinstated after several hours. Spent entire day at the airport
There were a myriad of problems many of which I posted on SpiceJet tweeter handle: * mobile boarding pass printed without qr/ bar code - tweeted airline support team for 2 days, no response. * unregistered my QR frequent flyer to the online check-in, information was not reflective anywhere- now the miles are missing. * return flight had 2 consecutive delays, electronic message prompts stated it as technical delay. No staff engagement at boarding gate, no announcements at airport. * the boarding gate podium remained unattended for most parts - no one to inquire or assure - very disappointing * I tweeted airline handle again and received a response this time - their marketing line, "no one plans on a delay..." some of us tra eling professionals do know that. * requested engagement and assurance from staff at boarding gate as flight was behind 2hrs30mins. No food, water, conversation, customer service was on offer even as a gesture. * finally a snack pack arrived - again extremely scrambled an approach during distribution - no announcements were made to keep people from congregating around the boarding podium amid covid times. * I objected and was told we haven't invited anyone bit failed to understand the argument that nothing is being communicated from the airline, ergo the confusion and the bottle beck * even if SpiceJet eventually embraced a gesture to retain goodwill the execution literally soiled the intent. * the aircraft for 8254 DEL/KOL was perhaps sat in the hangar for ages; filthy, loosened spares, accessories, fittings, the screen frames hanging loose, the chair recline buttons missing, the overhead luggage bins cracked, separation panel hanging lose - unsure how safe was it to fly the plane and was certainly happy the cockpit crew concluded a safe landing. Not impressed with SpiceJet overall ownership and customer experience skills at all. If there is a negative score below POOR, that's what they deserve. Customers cannot be expected to read operator mind or intentions, it's the execution that counts and Spicejet were certainly rookies last eve.
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