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How to reach Port Blair from New Delhi (Flight Detail)

In this post, people can find all available information on flying from New Delhi Domestic Airport (IGI 1D) to Port Blair Vir Savarkar Airport. Presently, there are two options available with people to fly from New Delhi to Port Blair but none of them is actually a direct flight. JetLite operates flights between New Delhi and Port Blair by Kolkata and Kingfisher operates flights to Port Blair by Chennai. Jet Lite Flight departs at 6:15 AM from New Delhi and it reaches Kolkata at 8:20 AM after 2h and 5 minutes of journey. It departs from Kolkata to Port Blair at 9:10 AM reaches Port Blair at 11:10 AM. Cost of tickets of Jet Lite flight from New Delhi to Port Blair can vary from Rs 11000 to Rs 15000 depending on availability of tickets and date of booking. This flight can be considered as only direct flight between New Delhi and Port Blair because it takes a short break at Kolkata Airport for 50 minutes. Kingfisher do connects people to Port Blair from New Delhi by its New Delhi- Chennai and Chennai- Port Blair Flights. Kingfisher operates two flights to Port Blair from Chennai by Kingfisher Red at 4:55 AM and 10:20 AM in morning and it connects its New Delhi to Chennai 8:20 PM flight with these flights. With Kingfisher flights, people are required to wait at Chennai Airport for 5 to 9 hours. Cost of tickets of Kingfisher flight from New Delhi to Port Blair can vary from Rs 7000 to Rs 15000 depending on availability of tickets and date of booking. (Note Book Tickets early to save money).


Jet Lite (Daily)

New Delhi (6:15 AM) to Kolkata (8:20 AM)
Kolkata (9:10 AM) to Port Blair (11:10 AM)
Price Range Rs 11000 to Rs 13500

Kingfisher (Daily)

New Delhi (8:20 PM) to Chennai (22:50 PM)
Chennai (4:55 AM) to Port Blair (6:55 AM)
Price Range Rs 7000 to Rs 12000


Air India (Daily) (May try)

Chennai (5:50 AM) to Port Blair (7:55 AM)
Kolkata (5:35 AM) to Port Blair (7:35 AM)
Price Range Rs 6000 to Rs 11000

Review- Jet Lite takes less time as compared to Kingfisher with just 50 minutes stay at Kolkata but it is more expensive than later and Kingfisher scores over JetLite in in-flight entertainment and food (which is complementary in Kingfisher while people are required to pay for it in JetLite).

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