Cheap Flights to Aurangabad



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Cheap flights to various destinations in India are new favorite of travelers. Gone are the days when traveling by rail was a preferred way of traveling. Today, airlines are offering plane ride at relatively low prices and numerous special discounts are up for grab at the reservation of air tickets in advance. The amount of time saved is an added advantage. Such a scenario has helped in making travelers a happy lot in India. Book yourself on one of these cheap flights the next time you plan to visit the city of Aurangabad and boast of your air travels to your relatives and friends.

Following are some of the cheap flights that you can take to Aurangabad from major cities in India:

  1. Flights from New Delhi
    • Air India: 4334 Indian Rupees
    • Jet Airways Konnect: 5418 Indian Rupees (change planes at Mumbai)

  2. Flights from Mumbai
    • Air India: 3483 Indian Rupees
    • Jet Airways Konnect: 3534 Indian Rupees
    • Kingfisher Red: 3534 Indian Rupees

  3. Flights from Chennai
    • Jet Airways and Jet Airways Konnect: 6518 Indian Rupees (change planes at Mumbai)

  4. Flights from Bengaluru
    • Jet Airways Konnect: 6070 Indian Rupees (change planes at Mumbai)

* NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.



Last Updated on 22 May 2013







Last Updated on 22 May 2013




     


     

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