Known for its spectacular harbour and situated on the Australia's southeast coast, Sydney is one of the major port cities in the world. The city's pleasant, sunny but temperate environment makes it a welcoming place to indulge in the many activities. To get the most out of your trip and make it one to remember, make sure you are travelling with a premier flying partner like Air India.
Flying Air India
Air India has introduced new weekly flights to connect New Delhi and Sydney. The new flights cater to the growing travel demands and connect the two cities with rich diasporic connections. With nonstop flights and early morning arrival, you get more time to explore the city. We offer the option of interline arrangements to Canberra and Brisbane for onward travel within Australia.
Air India is also bringing back wide-body and narrow-body aircrafts, in addition to leasing new ones to ensure stronger connectivity for journeys to global destinations and international events. With our flights, travellers can also expect crew members to converse in Indian languages, allowing seamless and easy conversations to make your journey memorable.
Experience the best of Sydney
Sydney is an amazing city that has something for everyone. From mesmerising beaches to stunning national parks, you have a lot to discover and experience. When planning your trip down under, be sure to visit Sydney - the city that embodies the spirit of Oz.
Experience the architectural majesty of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Vaucluse House, Chinese Garden of Friendship and much more.
Admire the natural beauty of the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Sydney Harbour, Cockatoo Island, Elkington Park, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and more.
Witness the culture with Street Art of Newtown, Sydney Bus Museum, Marrickville Organic Food and Farmers Markets, Australian National Maritime Museum and Art Gallery of New South Wales.
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One of the world's longest continuously operated commercial airports and the busiest one in Australia, the Kingsford Smith Airport connects to 46 domestic and 43 international destinations. This airport has two are domestic and one international terminal. The international terminal is separated by a runway, so passengers need to consider longer transfer times when connecting from other terminals.
The Sydney Airport offers services like
Frequently Asked Questions
The Delhi to Sydney route is already under operation, flying daily
Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is 15 Km from the city centre.
The Indira Gandhi International Airport serves Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR), which is a major tourist and commercial destination. The airport is extensively used by travellers for both domestic and international travel. In terms of passenger volume, it is the busiest and largest airport in India and ranks ninth in the world. The international terminal of the airport, Terminal 3, connects Delhi to several significant cities throughout the world.
The Indira Gandhi Airport offers services like
Frequently Asked Questions
The Delhi to Sydney route is already under operation, flying daily.
Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is 15 kilometres away from the city centre.