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Mention the word “India” and scenes of stunning architecture, sacred temples, holy festivals, distant and tall mountains, delicious food and yoga retreats come to mind.
Few places offer a broad range of wildlife viewing opportunities that India does. From Bengal tigers, one-horned rhinos, gracious leopards to majestic elephants to thousands of exotic bird species that call the country home — you’ll be impressed by India’s biodiversity.
India is also home to a varied landscape that veers from the coral islands of Andaman-Nicobar and Lakshadweep, the dune deserts of Rajasthan to tropical jungles and lush forests of central plateaus.
If you’re a food lover, India is a must-visit destination. From creamy butter chicken of the Punjabi cuisine to vegetarian South Indian meals, there are plenty to choose from.
If thrill and adventure are what you’re seeking on a trip to India, then head to the Himalaya region. Here, there are plenty of exciting activities to try; trekking, water rafting, skiing, mountain biking, hiking and more. Himalaya has attractions, landscapes and activities for everyone.
All in all, with a country as vast as India, there’s no shortage of things to see and do.
So why fly business class to India? Flying business class gives you a faster security check, priority for check-in and boarding. There’s no rush and no long lines.
As a business class passenger, once you’ve passed security, you can make your way to the dedicated airport lounge. The airport lounge offers free food and drinks, comfortable chairs, large-screen TVs, free WiFi, and, most importantly, a private area to wait for your flight, whether you want to read a newspaper or get some work done.
As for the in-flight business class experience, you’ll be surprised to find wider seats with greater comfort, large TV screens, better food, complimentary drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), and a greater luggage allowance.
Some airlines even offer an entire bar onboard exclusively for business travellers.
Overall, flying business class is one of those experiences everyone should have at least once in their life.
There are non-stop flights to New Delhi, India, available from Sydney airport, with the average direct flight taking around 12 hours.
Departure from other Australian cities, including Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide to India, requires at least one international stop and an airline change. The typical stop would be in a major Asian hub, such as Kuala Lumpur or Singapore. The average flight time to India is at least 16 hours: 9 hours to Kuala Lumpur, plus 7 hours connecting flight to Chennai.
So if you want to travel to India in pure comfort, be sure to take a look at our range of business class flights to India here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our professional team of travel agents who can help you save time and money.