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Johannesburg(JNB) to New Delhi(DEL) Saudi Arabian Airlines Flights Schedule

AirlineDepartureDurationArrivalDays Of Operation
 
Saudi Arabian Airlines
SV446_SV758
17:45
Johannesburg
20h 55m 1 Stop
JNBNew Delhi
18:10
New Delhi
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Saudi Arabian Airlines
SV446_SV760
15:25
Johannesburg
21h 45m 1 Stop
JNBNew Delhi
16:40
New Delhi
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  • Airline Code SV
  • Phone Number +966 920003777, +966 12 686 4430

Weather in New Delhi

TUE DEC 05 2017

22.93ºC  15.06ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

WED DEC 06 2017

23.86ºC  14.98ºC

Foggy in the morning.

0% chance of precipitation

THU DEC 07 2017

24.06ºC  14.78ºC

Foggy in the morning.

0% chance of precipitation

FRI DEC 08 2017

24.01ºC  10.45ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

SAT DEC 09 2017

25.75ºC  11.21ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

SUN DEC 10 2017

26.67ºC  11.99ºC

Foggy until afternoon.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

MON DEC 11 2017

23.73ºC  10.78ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0.0051% chance of precipitation

TUE DEC 12 2017

19.24ºC  14.73ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0.0864% chance of precipitation

WED DEC 13 2017

21.34ºC  12.54ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0.0051% chance of precipitation

THU DEC 14 2017

21.64ºC  9.87ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

FRI DEC 15 2017

21.75ºC  10.21ºC

Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.

0% chance of precipitation

SAT DEC 16 2017

21.14ºC  10.72ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

SUN DEC 17 2017

22.56ºC  8.86ºC

Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.

0% chance of precipitation

MON DEC 18 2017

24.53ºC  9.68ºC

Mostly cloudy starting in the afternoon.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

TUE DEC 19 2017

24.22ºC  9.38ºC

Mostly cloudy until afternoon.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

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Popular attractions in New Delhi

  • Lodhi Gardens

    Spread over an area of 80 acres, Lodhi Gardens is a popular historical park which is visited by tourists and locals alike. It is located between Lodhi Road, Max Muller Marg and Amrita Shergill Marg. Developed during British Period, the park was inaugurated by Lady Willingdon on 9th April in the year 1936. Initially named as Lady Willingdon Park, it was later renamed as Lodhi Gardens due to its historical and architectural importance.

  • Jantar Mantar

    Located at Parliament Street, Connaught Place, Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory that was constructed in 1724 by Maharaja Jai Singh of Jaipur. The main purpose of the observatory was to predict the times and movements of the sun, moon and planets, which is today classified as astronomy. The observatory houses three distinct instruments - the Samrat Yantra, the Jayaprakash and the Mishra yantras.

  • ISKCON Temple

    Located at Hare Krishna Hill, Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, ISKCON Temple is one of the most popular tourist attractions of New Delhi. Dedicated to Lord Krishna and his consort Radha, ISKCON temple is a place of worship for devotees of Lord Krishna. The temple celebrates many festivals in a grand scale like Ramanavami, Sri Krishna Janmashtami, Gaura Purnima, Radhastami, Jagannath Rath Yatra and Nauka Vihar ( Boat Festival). Some of the main activities conducted by the temple includes Harinam Sankirtan, Food for Life, Youth Training Programs, Program for Prison Inmates, Seminars for Corporates etc.

  • Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

    One of the prominent Sikh pilgrimage centers in Delhi, the Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is located on Ashok Road with close proximity to the Connaught Place. The history of this gurudwara dates back to the 17th century, when it was the palace of Raja Jai Singh. It is said that in the year 1664, Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji, the eighth Sikh Guru came to visit the King and cured people who were contracted with smallpox and cholera epidemic by distributing them water from the tank. That water tank, used by the Guru, still exists today inside the gurudwara and is believed to possess medicinal properties. 

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