Flights to India on sale from just $450 return

Alex Keshen 22 May 2017

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Flights to India are now available from as low as $450 return.

The cheapest fare we found, which is available from Perth to Amritsar, is with Scoot via Singapore, with others available with AirAsia through Kuala Lumpur.

These flights are for select dates between May and August. While this isn't conventionally the best time to go to India as is the rainy season in most parts of India, it’s also a time when you’ll find fewer tourists and savings of a few hundred dollars on flights compared to months later in the year.

We found flights to nine destinations in India for less than $700 if you book through I Want That flight.

Here’s what we found:

While the Australian departures listed above are the cheapest available to that destination in India, departures from other cities in Australia are also available for slightly more.

These flights are with either Scoot or AirAsia and don’t include extras like checked bags, assigned seats or in-flight meals, but all can be added for an additional charge.

Flights with AirAsia are available to be booked until 4 June. Scoot’s fares don’t appear to be part of a bigger sale and can sell out at any time.

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