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|Destination Airport IATA Code||DEL|
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Orbitz.com can find you cheap flights from Phnom Penh to any destination in the world. Orbitz searches a multitude of flight combinations to find you tickets with bargain prices. The Phnom Penh International Airport is located on National Road Number 4, approximately four miles from Phnom Penh. More than 20 airlines service the airport including Bangkok Airways, Asiana Airlines, China Airlines and Dragonair.
Phnom Penh International Airport only offers short-term parking, so you can't leave you vehicle at the airport while you travel. You can take a taxicab from Phnom Penh to the airport for $9 or a tuk-tuk to the airport for $7.
The airport features four restaurants. PHO24 is located in the arrivals area of the concourse and Taste of Asia is in the International Departure Terminal. The departures area of the concourse boasts The Pizza Company and BBQ Chicken. If you want to grab a quick snack or drink before your flight, you can choose from Dairy Queen, Deli Paris, The Blue Pumpkin or CafÃ© Fresco. Orbitz.com does more than find cheap flights from Phnom Penh; the website handles all of your travel arrangements for you, giving you plenty of time to eat before your flight.
New Delhi is served by the Indira Gandhi International Airport, which handles more 30 million passengers each year, is located about 10 miles from the downtown area. International flights to New Delhi arrive on more than 50 airlines including Air China, Air France, British Airways, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa and United Airlines. Domestic flights primarily arrive via Air India. Flights to New Delhi from most sources can be booked through Orbitz.com.
Travel from the airport to the city by the Delhi Metro, with the airport express line running every 20 minutes to the New Delhi Metro Station downtown, at a cost of only about $1.60 per passenger. The city's bus company also services the airport, with shuttles running from the airport to central New Delhi every 30 minutes. The bus ride is provided at the cost of about $.020 for adults, with a discount offered for children. Taxis may be hired at the T3 International terminals and the T1C Domestic Arrival Terminal with metered service taking about 15 minutes to reach the downtown area. For those wishing to drive themselves around New Delhi, car rentals are available through Carzonrent.
New Delhi weather averages between 65 and 88 degrees Fahrenheit a year, requiring light garments for most of the year, with the occasional moderate jacket for the winter months of November through February. Summers are long, with temperatures above 90 degrees lasting from April to October. For the rest of the year, light clothing is suitable with raingear often necessary during the monsoon season occurring during July and August.
While in New Delhi, you can enjoy the culture and arts offered by the city. There are several professional theater groups operating throughout the area, with festivals occurring at multiple times during the year. The Kite Flying Festival and the Qutub Festival are both favorites of residents, with the Spring Festival bringing in tourists from around the world on flights to New Delhi to enjoy the celebration.
There are no direct flights from Phnom Penh Airport (PNH-Phnom Penh Intl.) to Delhi Airport (DEL-Indira Gandhi Intl.), so your next best option is to go with a carrier that offers a single stopover. Collect a few more air miles with Singapore Airlines, Virgin Australia or Thai Airways International.
The quickest flight time from Phnom Penh Airport (PNH-Phnom Penh Intl.) to Delhi Airport (DEL-Indira Gandhi Intl.) is 5 hours and 5 minutes. Order a wine from the drink trolley, work on your travel itinerary or read a few magazines — you'll have enough time on this medium-haul journey.