Pune, one of the important cities of Maharashtra, is a hub for education as well as automobile and manufacturing industries in the country. In recent years, it has also garnered huge reputation as an IT hub with many multinational software companies setting up their offices here. Considered as the cultural capital of the state, the city is home to some popular attractions like Shaniwar Wada, Sinhagad, Aga Khan Palace, Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum and Pataleshwar. The city, well connected to other parts of the country, receives hordes of leisure and business travellers across the year. People planning a trip to this place from the northern part of India, especially those residing close to the national capital, can opt for rail or air service to come here. Though railways is a viable option but when it comes to convenience and time efficiency, airways is much ahead. Most non-stop Delhi to Pune flights do not take more than 2 hours to cover the aerial distance of approximately 1173 km between these two cities.
Details of Delhi to Pune Air Services
Domestic airlines, namely Air India
, Jet Airways
, Go Air
offer both non-stop and connecting services on this route. Jet Airways has the highest number of flights to connect these cities. The direct flights between these cities make stopovers at Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Indore, Nagpur and Ahmedabad. The least time required to reach from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Pune Airport (PNQ) is 2 hours while the maximum time is approximately 28 hours, if the flight has more than one stopover.
The first flight of the day from DEL to PNQ is offered at 02:55 am by Jet Airways. The next service on this route is by Air India at 05:00 am. On the other hand, the last service from DEL to PNQ is scheduled at 9:10 pm, and it is offered by Jet Airways.
Passengers who are looking for more economical options should make their bookings with low-cost airlines, including IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir as they only offer Economy class seating, which is cheaper compared to higher classes of other airlines. Another reason for choosing them is that their tickets do not include the meal service cost. Passengers who wish to have meals during their journey from Delhi can opt for their paid onboard meal service.
Connectivity to Nearby Cities of Delhi
The DEL-PNQ route is comparatively a less busy route than the Delhi Mumbai one. Hence, a lot of passengers prefer the former when they have plans to come to this part of the country. Another reason for their preference is that the fares are also on the lower side, comparatively. The DEL-PNQ route is also beneficial to those who wish to travel to places near Pune like Mahabaleshwar, Nashik, Shirdi, Alibaug, Satara and Panchgani.
On Yatra.com, passengers can look for Delhi to Pune flights and then make the final reservation after comparing the fares, services and schedule offered by different airlines. In addition, they can also use the Lowest Fare Finder
tool to find out about those days on which ticket prices are comparatively less, in order to save on their travelling budget.