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#151
| Account Closed
Just so ya'll know, Continental Airlines now has a nonstop daily flight from Newark NJ to Delhi for $868 roundtrip (if you get it far enough in advance) it's a good deal ;-)

Easy to get a cheap flight to NY and take a quick commuter train to Newark
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#152
| Chingona y Curandera
and not too long ago I saw American, Chicago to Chennai via Delhi (then Sahara from Delhi to Chennai) for about $800 which is an amazing price....
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#153
| Maha Guru Member
For those interested in this topic the Wall Street Journal just had an interesting article on this site and others for getting cheaper travel (last section)..
#154
| Loud Noisy Bird
Chennai/London?

Sorry. Either the departure or destination has to be in North America at this time.


So much for that :(
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#155
| "love & hate India" club member
Nick >> 31,825.00 INR (mumbai-london-mumbai)
guess the airline :p

and here's another one..at INR 33 022 (from chennai itself)
#156
| Senior Member

Originally posted by: edwardsecoFor those interested in this topic the Wall Street Journal just had an interesting article on this site and others for getting cheaper travel (last section)..



...and reprinted in many of today's (Sunday) travel sections.
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#157
| Loud Noisy Bird
Icetea, that would be about the standard price, 24000+taxes for the direct BA Chennai/London return.

But I'm not desparate for a shopping trip yet :renske:
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#158
| Senior Member

Booking flight from India

Nick ... or anyone else who knows

Do you know if its possible for a UK resident to book a return flight on BA say MAA/LON/MAA for an unaccompanied child in UK or does it have to be booked in India.

Alternatively, recommendation for a good travel agent in India would be great - can't book these online.
#159
| Member
Cheap airfare from Austrain Air from JFK to Delhi, I found $968 yesterday incl taxes in Feb
#160
| Chingona y Curandera
good price. unfortunately for me, it is always more expensive flying from Chicago.
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#161
| Loud Noisy Bird
Joe... sorry you never got an answer: hope you solved the problem
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#162
| Member
Every attractive fare that I could find on this website came back "no seats available". What good is that? After the 20th time trying any date or city that might make sense, I quit in disgust. Have any of you actually booked from this site?
#163
| Chingona y Curandera
I don't believe you book from this site, you just compare fares
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"When you are truly genuine there will invariably be people who do not accept you. And in that case, you must be your own badass self, without apology." -- Katie Goodman
#164
| Guru

Originally posted by: bschne1909@hotmail.cEvery attractive fare that I could find on this website came back "no seats available". What good is that? After the 20th time trying any date or city that might make sense, I quit in disgust. Have any of you actually booked from this site?

I agree with bschne's assessment. providing fares that are not available makes the website pretty much useless -- especially when most of the fares fall into that categories. I have yet to find a website that shows lowest available fares across multiple airlines. Currently, one has to go to each airlines's website.
#165
| Maha Guru Member
Try www.kayak.com