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LHR-DEL Etihad J 871 return

Old Feb 23, 21, 3:39 am
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LHR-DEL Etihad J 871 return

Example dates: Dep 17 June, Arr 7 Jul, lie flat on 787-10 all 4 legs (via AUH)

871 on Last Minute

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Old Feb 23, 21, 4:04 am
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Originally Posted by Pilou View Post
Example dates: Dep 17 June, Arr 7 Jul, lie flat on 787-10 all 4 legs (via AUH)

871 on Last Minute

Similar fares to other destinations in India, including BOM
Seems that departure needs to be by 30/6 , some questions as to whether India will be open, etc.
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Old Feb 23, 21, 9:49 am
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Originally Posted by jfkeze View Post
Seems that departure needs to be by 30/6 , some questions as to whether India will be open, etc.

There is no question, India will not be open
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Old Feb 24, 21, 10:18 am
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Originally Posted by Arghmeinaugen View Post
There is no question, India will not be open
What do you mean by open? It's open to lots of people, nationalities and visa types already.

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Old Mar 2, 21, 2:45 pm
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If starting at LGW, the price drops further to 782 (a 100 pounds less). You'll have a short hop to Dublin on Aer Lingus first, then a 787-9 to AUH with Etihad.
On the way back, it's your choice between a flight to LHR or LGW (via DUB).
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Old Mar 2, 21, 4:25 pm
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Originally Posted by Arghmeinaugen View Post
There is no question, India will not be open
Certainly e-visas and regular tourism visas are not available, but India has been open for some time to Indian nationals and categories of non-resident/overseas Indian citizens. I believe other folk have can apply for visas for essential purposes.

You might want to wade through this:

https://boi.gov.in/content/advisory-...ted-covid-19-1

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Old Mar 2, 21, 4:45 pm
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Originally Posted by Travel-Quinten View Post
If starting at LGW, the price drops further to 782 (a 100 pounds less). You'll have a short hop to Dublin on Aer Lingus first, then a 787-9 to AUH with Etihad.
On the way back, it's your choice between a flight to LHR or LGW (via DUB).
That 24:30 stopover in DUB reduces the ADP to shorthaul levels...
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Old Mar 3, 21, 4:09 am
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