If you are looking for cheap tickets to India, you might want to consider buying a packaged deal. When you make a purchase were the profit of the seller is spread out over more items, the overall cost can be reduced.
Unlike in America, renting a car is not advisable. Local transportation is price reasonably enough the expense of the car rental can be avoided, but the hotel and air travel can and should be purchased together to minimize the expenditure.
The major airports in India are the Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport in Mumbai. The airport code that is used for its identification is BOM. This is a hub for Air India, Jet Airways, Air Sahara, Goair, Spice Air, Indigo Airlines, Kingfisher Airlines and Indian Airlines. Like American carriers, this means that by using one of these airlines, more flights are available to this destination at a lower fare.
Indira Gandhi International Airport is located in the city of Delhi and is second to Mumbai in terms of flights daily. The airport code for this airport is DEL. This airport is a hub for Air Sahara, Indian Airlines, Spice Jet, Alliance Air and IndiGo Airlines.
Chennai International airport is in the city of Meenambakkam which is just 7 km outside Chennai. This is the third busiest airport with an airport code of MAA. It is the hub for Air India, Jet Airways, Indian Airlines, Air Deacon and Air Sahara.
Using an airlines and a destination that match up their hubs is the best way to finding cheap tickets to India.