Cheap Flights to Ludhiana



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Ludhiana Airport
If you never paid any attention to the option of traveling within the country by air considering the high air ticket prices, its time that you give this idea a thought. The fact that airlines these days are offering great discounts on the prices of air tickets has resulted to a great increase in number of people willing to spend that little extra amount on their comfort.

Be one of the first one’s to travel to your hometown in Ludhiana in style and save yourself a lot of time to spend with all those who matter.

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

  1. Flights from New Delhi

    • Air India- 3965 Indian Rupees

  2. Flights from Mumbai

    • Air India- 7565 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)

  3. Flights from Chennai

    • Air India- 9855 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)

  4. Flights from Bengaluru

    • Air India- 10035 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)

  5. Flights from Kolkata

    • Air India- 9665 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)

  6. Flights from Hyderabad

    • Air India- 9472 Indian Rupees (change planes at New Delhi)
* NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.



Last Updated on 31 October 2011

     


     

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