The flight distance from India to Australia is:

4,952 miles / 7 969 km

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Distance from India to Australia

The total distance from India to Australia is 4,952 miles.

This is equivalent to 7 969 kilometers or 4,303 nautical miles.

Your trip begins in India.
It ends in Australia.

Your flight direction from India to Australia is Southeast (129 degrees from North).

The distance calculator helps you figure out how far it is to fly from India to Australia. It does this by computing the straight line flying distance ("as the crow flies"). It uses the great circle formula to compute the total travel mileage.

Air India flies non-stop from Delhi International Airport to Melbourne and Sydney. It takes 13 hours 9 minutes from Delhi to Melbourne and 13 hours 27 minutes from Delhi to Sydney.

Before reserving your air tickets, check with the local Australian consulate for the updated visa requirements for Australia.

Melbourne and Sydney offer plenty of domestic flight options to other parts of Australia and short international flights to New Zealand, Fiji, and the other South Pacific islands.

For example Qantas/Webjet offers flights to Auckland, Christchurch, Wellington, Nadi (Fiji) and Port Vila (Vanuatu). Jetstar, an Australian low-cost airline tour packages throughout Australia, New Zealand (Auckland, Queenstown and Christchurch) and Fiji.

Virgin Australia partners with Air New Zealand, Delta, Etihad, Singapore Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Hawaiian Airlines and many others to create larger route choices for travelers to Australia. Another advantage is that travelers can earn and redeem frequent flyer points with the partnering airlines.


Country: India
Continent: Asia
Category: countries


Country: Australia
Continent: Oceania
Category: countries

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