Cheap Flights to Coimbatore

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Seeking a cheap flight to travel to Coimbatore, your search ends here. There are various airlines which offer some very cheap flights to give you a pleasant experience of traveling by air without exhausting much of your bank balance. There some special discounts offered by airlines on return tickets and advance bookings which travelers can avail.

Following are some of the cheap flights that you can take to reach Coimbatore from major Indian cities.

  1. Flights from New Delhi
    • Kingfisher and Kingfisher Red- 5813 Indian Rupees (change planes at Mumbai)
    • Jet Airways Konnect- 6618 Indian Rupees (change planes at Chennai)
    • Spice Jet- 6783 Indian Rupees
    • Indigo Airlines- 6783 Indian Rupees

  2. Flights from Mumbai
    • Jet Lite- 6184 Indian Rupees
    • Spice Jet- 6330 Indian Rupees
    • Kingfisher Red- 6384 Indian Rupees

  3. Flights from Bangalore
    • Jet Airways Konnect- 4636 Indian Rupees
    • Kingfisher Red- 4886 Indian Rupees

  4. Flights from Chennai
    • Spice Jet- 2917 Indian Rupees
    • Indigo Airlines- 2923 Indian Rupees
    • Kingfisher Red- 2984 Indian Rupees

  5. Flights from Kolkata
    • Spice Jet- 7012 Indian Rupees (change planes at Mumbai)
    • Jet Airways Konnect- 7318 Indian Rupees (change planes at Chennai)
    • Jet Airways and Jet Airways Konnect- 7468 Indian Rupees (change planes at Chennai)


Last Updated on 29 November 2011



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