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Flying in and out from different airports

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Flying in and out from different airports

Is it possible to fly in to India and land at Delhi and then fly out of Goa airport?. This will save me additional internal flights and a few days traveling.

Any help would be most welcome

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1. Re: Flying in and out from different airports

Just use the multi-city (aka open jaw) option on any booking engine and you should be able to book it.

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2. Re: Flying in and out from different airports

Assuming the airline provides international departures from Goa then you should be fine. This is known as an open jaw fare.

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3. Re: Flying in and out from different airports

I don't think anyone flies direct from Goa to London except Charter flights. You may be able to get a one way flight to Dehli, then an internal flight on a LCC and then a charter, Maybe Monarch or Thomsonfly etc back to London.

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4. Re: Flying in and out from different airports

Perhaps Mumbai or Chennai is an option.

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5. Re: Flying in and out from different airports

estimated dates would be useful...........

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