Cheap Flights to Shimla



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Shimla Airport Location
Shimla offers complete mountain bliss to tourists. With ease in transportation facilities such as affordable flights catering to the traveling needs of all its tourists, this place is becoming a favorite tourist spot.

Jubbarhatti Airport is the official airport designated to Shimla. It is located at a distance of 23 kilometers from the main city. Hostile weather conditions in the winter months of December, January and February may lead to cancellation of flights to this airport.

Kingfisher Red (formerly Air Deccan), Air India and Jagson Airlines are amongst the few airlines that provide cheap flights to Shimla.

Various factors determine the fare of these cheap flights to Shimla such as demand and supply situation which is further dependent on the time/month of visit to a place, revenue models of other low cost carriers of the world and others.

Following are a few cheap flights to Shimla that can be availed from Major Indian Cities:

Flights from New Delhi
  • Kingfisher Red-4655 Indian Rupees
Flights from Bengaluru
  • Kingfisher class and Kingfisher Red-9320 Indian Rupees (All inclusive)
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Flights from Mumbai
  • Air India-8540 Indian Rupees (All inclusive)
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  • Kingfisher Red and Kingfisher Class- 8540 Indian Rupees (All inclusive)
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Flights from Chennai
  • Kingfisher Red and Kingfisher Class- 9018 Indian Rupees (All inclusive)
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Flights from Kolkata
  • Kingfisher Red and Kingfisher Class-8619 Indian Rupees (All inclusive)
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*Disclaimer: All prices mentioned are subject to changes. All Inclusive fares include surcharges and fees. One way fares are only mentioned. Special discounts can be availed at round trips.



Last Updated on 23 December 2011



     


     

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