Chartered Flight fare

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is an award-winning air charter service that offers private jet and executive airline charter services for business & leisure activities. No matter whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, you can charter our aircraft and enjoy the flexibility of tailor-made travel to your preferred destination.

Delhi New Privatjet charter flights, prices and aircraft for rent

Looking for the Absolutely Best Solutions for New Delhi Airport Corporate Airport in India? Offering unrestricted use of the largest selection of personal jetliners on the globe, we make sure your next journey to New Delhi is exactly the plane you imagined. Luckily, there are no less than four aerodromes within 33 mile of New Delhi, each of which serves as comfortable passenger centres for corporate use.

Nearest ones are Safdarjung Airport (VIDD), Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and Hindon Airport (VIDX), all only 10 kilometres from the New Delhi area. In the region, the most frequently chartered types of personal jet are medium-sized aircraft (Hawker 750) and large aircraft (Falcon 2000 and Challenger 604).

You can choose any kind of airplane from any class, among them various lightweight planes, economic turbo-props and even flamboyant V.I.P. planes. Take a look at our idle flight service, which can help you saving tens of millions of dollars! Call us today at +1-877-727-2538 for more information about our service.

Delhi is the Indian capitol and the third biggest town of the state. Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker sketched it and in the years 1912-1929 as replacement for Calcutta as capitol of British India constructed it. Delhi is the contemporary Delhi that is a contrasting place of extremes of wealth and brutality of destitution, beauty of nature and pollution of sprawl, contemporary high-rises and old historic landmarks.

It is the country's most important culture and intellect center and is home to more than 60,000 famous landmarks. New Delhi is subdivided into Old Delhi in the west and New Delhi in the west, each showing its own special feeling for the old and the new. Alt-Delhi is crammed into the cramped, dirty, congested roads beneath the impressive Red Fort wall, constructed by Shah Jahan in the seventeenth centuary.

Alt-Delhi houses many historic landmarks, memorials, mosques, fortresses of the Indian Mogul era, among them the Lal Qila (the Red Fort), Jami Masjid (the Masjid-i-Jahan Numa), the Purana Qila (the Old Fort), the Jantar Mantar Observatory, the Safdarjang's Tomb and Chandni Chowk. But New Delhi stands in opposition to Old Delhi with its wide, green avenues, spacious chalets, federal governments, embassies and contemporary high-rises.

Among the New Delhi landmarks are the Sansad Bhavan (Parliament Building), the Rashtrapati Bhavan (Presidential House), the Indian Gate, the Connaught Place, the Birla Mandir, the Shanti Vana, the Akshardham Temple, the Appu Ghar and the Baha'i House of Worship. New Delhi hosts the Commonwealth Games 2010.

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