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Birmingham(BHM) to New Delhi(DEL) British Airways Flights Schedule

AirlineDepartureDurationArrivalDays Of Operation
 
British Airways
BA4894_BA1505_BA143
14:35
Birmingham
24h 15m 2 Stop
BHMNew Delhi
01:20
New Delhi
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  • Phone Number 0844-493-0787

Weather in New Delhi

TUE OCT 10 2017

35.18ºC  24.52ºC

Foggy until afternoon.

0% chance of precipitation

WED OCT 11 2017

34.67ºC  24.99ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

THU OCT 12 2017

35ºC  23.51ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

FRI OCT 13 2017

35.03ºC  23.03ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

SAT OCT 14 2017

36.19ºC  22.71ºC

Foggy in the morning.

0% chance of precipitation

SUN OCT 15 2017

36.02ºC  22.06ºC

Foggy until afternoon.

0% chance of precipitation

MON OCT 16 2017

35.18ºC  20.38ºC

Dry and foggy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

TUE OCT 17 2017

34.33ºC  20.5ºC

Foggy throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

WED OCT 18 2017

36.13ºC  20.22ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

THU OCT 19 2017

35.82ºC  20.18ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

FRI OCT 20 2017

36ºC  21.08ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

SAT OCT 21 2017

36.68ºC  21.28ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

SUN OCT 22 2017

35.7ºC  20.19ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

MON OCT 23 2017

35.41ºC  19.75ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

TUE OCT 24 2017

33.86ºC  18.44ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

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Popular attractions in New Delhi

  • 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.

  • Akshardham Temple

    The touch of spirituality and remnants of 10,000 years old Indian culture and tradition has been beautifully engraved within the Akshardham Temple complex of New Delhi. Dedicated to Lord Swaminarayan, the temple is a brilliant masterpiece of ancient Indian architecture and timeless spiritual messages. A trip to Akshardham Temple is not only considered to be a pilgrimage tour, but also a historical voyage that leaves you truly astonished.
     

  • Chandni Chowk

    Located at Old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest market area of Delhi. Built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and designed by his daughter Jahan Ara in the 17th century, Chandni Chowk literally means ‘moonlit square’. In the Mughal era, the market was famous for its silver merchandise and was visited by merchants from China, Turkey and even Holland. Presently, it has become a hotspot shopping destination for buying apparels, books, jewelleries, bridal lehengas/saris, electrical goods etc.

  • Jama Masjid

    Located in one of the oldest and busiest corners of Old Delhi, the Jama Masjid is the largest and best known mosque in India. Built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, its construction started in 1644 and completed in 1658. The masjid comprises a courtyard that can seat up to 25,000 devotees, three large gates, four towers and two 40 metres high minarets.

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