The total flight duration from India to Melbourne, Australia is 12 hours, 23 minutes.
This assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/h or 434 knots. It also adds an extra 30 minutes for take-off and landing. Your exact time may vary depending on wind speeds.
If you're planning a trip, remember to add more time for the plane to taxi between the gate and the airport runway. This measurement is only for the actual flying time. You should also factor in airport wait times and possible equipment or weather delays. If you're trying to figure out what time you'll arrive at the destination, you may want to see if there's a time difference between India and Melbourne, Australia.
The calculation of flight time is based on the straight line flight distance from India to Melbourne, Australia ("as the crow flies"), which is about 5,938 miles or 9 557 kilometers.
Your trip begins in India.
It ends in Melbourne, Australia.
Your flight direction from India to Melbourne, Australia is Southeast (133 degrees from North).
The flight time calculator measures the average flight duration between points. It uses the great circle formula to compute the travel mileage.
Where will you be traveling from in India?
Air India flies non-stop from Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) to Melbourne.
There are no non-stop flights from Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) to Melbourne but you have the options to find a flight that connects in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok or Delhi.
Airlines like Emirates, Etihad, and Cathay Pacific will require 2 stopovers, which may work out to be cheaper, but you’ll have more wait time at the airports.
Likewise, there are no non-stop flights from Chennai International Airport (MAA) to Melbourne. Connecting flights are available through Malaysia Airlines (KUL airport), Singapore Air (SIN airport), Cathay Pacific (HKG airport), Thai Airways (BKK airport), Air India (DEL airport), Emirates (DXB airport), Etihad (AUH airport), and Qatar Airways (DOH airport).
If you’re flying from Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU) in Kolkata, you have the options of taking Singapore Air with a stop in Singapore (SIN), Thai Airways with a stop in Bangkok (BKK), Cathay Pacific stop in Hong Kong (HKK), Air India stop in Delhi (DEL), Emirates stop in Dubai (DXB), and Qatar Airways stop in Doha (DOH).
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