Singapore Airlines: Delhi, India Return Ex SYD $889, MEL $852, PER $838, ADL $888, BNE $967, CBR $1040, HBA $1120 @ BTF

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Qantas may be restarting their routes to India, but they're not the cheapest. Thai Airways is sometimes cheaper, but Singapore is 5 Star on Skytrax and often the cheapest on these routes at present. So without further ado, all bags and food/movies etc included, here are some examples:

Sydney to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Return Price Travel Dates
$2 922 01 Dec to 08 Dec
$1 841 04 Dec to 11 Dec
$1 720 22 Dec to 29 Dec
$1 595 22 Dec to 03 Jan
$1 649 22 Dec to 08 Jan
$1 672 25 Dec to 01 Jan
$1 477 25 Dec to 06 Jan
$1 611 25 Dec to 11 Jan
$1 563 28 Dec to 04 Jan
$1 563 28 Dec to 09 Jan
$1 772 28 Dec to 14 Jan
$1 582 31 Dec to 07 Jan
$1 687 31 Dec to 12 Jan
$1 338 31 Dec to 17 Jan
$1 534 03 Jan to 15 Jan
$1 116 03 Jan to 20 Jan
$1 010 12 Jan to 29 Jan
$1 135 15 Jan to 27 Jan
$1 010 15 Jan to 01 Feb
$1 060 18 Jan to 25 Jan
$921 18 Jan to 30 Jan
$1 010 18 Jan to 04 Feb
$1 065 21 Jan to 02 Feb
$1 065 21 Jan to 07 Feb
$920 24 Jan to 31 Jan
$1 010 24 Jan to 05 Feb
$958 24 Jan to 10 Feb
$994 27 Jan to 08 Feb
$936 27 Jan to 13 Feb
$958 30 Jan to 06 Feb
$918 30 Jan to 11 Feb
$919 30 Jan to 16 Feb
$919 02 Feb to 14 Feb
$920 02 Feb to 19 Feb
$958 05 Feb to 12 Feb
$919 05 Feb to 17 Feb
$919 05 Feb to 22 Feb
$919 08 Feb to 15 Feb
$896 08 Feb to 20 Feb
$919 08 Feb to 25 Feb
$919 11 Feb to 18 Feb
$896 11 Feb to 23 Feb
$897 11 Feb to 28 Feb
$919 14 Feb to 21 Feb
$918 14 Feb to 26 Feb
$919 14 Feb to 03 Mar
$919 17 Feb to 24 Feb
$918 17 Feb to 01 Mar
$919 17 Feb to 06 Mar
$919 20 Feb to 27 Feb
$918 20 Feb to 04 Mar
$919 20 Feb to 09 Mar
$897 23 Feb to 02 Mar
$918 23 Feb to 07 Mar
$919 23 Feb to 12 Mar
$919 26 Feb to 05 Mar
$895 26 Feb to 10 Mar
$919 26 Feb to 15 Mar
$919 01 Mar to 08 Mar
$896 01 Mar to 13 Mar
$895 01 Mar to 18 Mar
$951 04 Mar to 11 Mar
$895 04 Mar to 16 Mar
$895 04 Mar to 21 Mar
$917 07 Mar to 14 Mar
$958 07 Mar to 19 Mar
$895 07 Mar to 24 Mar
$895 10 Mar to 17 Mar
$917 10 Mar to 22 Mar
$895 10 Mar to 27 Mar
$918 13 Mar to 20 Mar
$918 13 Mar to 25 Mar
$895 13 Mar to 30 Mar
$897 16 Mar to 23 Mar
$895 16 Mar to 28 Mar
$958 19 Mar to 26 Mar
$895 19 Mar to 31 Mar
$895 19 Mar to 05 Apr
$895 22 Mar to 29 Mar
$895 22 Mar to 03 Apr
$918 22 Mar to 08 Apr
$958 25 Mar to 01 Apr
$917 25 Mar to 06 Apr
$895 25 Mar to 11 Apr
$892 28 Mar to 04 Apr
$936 28 Mar to 09 Apr
$892 28 Mar to 14 Apr
$936 31 Mar to 07 Apr
$947 31 Mar to 12 Apr
$936 31 Mar to 17 Apr
$994 03 Apr to 10 Apr
$936 03 Apr to 15 Apr
$994 06 Apr to 23 Apr
$936 09 Apr to 16 Apr
$994 09 Apr to 21 Apr
$936 09 Apr to 26 Apr
$994 12 Apr to 24 Apr
$936 12 Apr to 29 Apr
$994 15 Apr to 22 Apr
$936 15 Apr to 27 Apr
$936 15 Apr to 02 May
$936 18 Apr to 25 Apr
$936 18 Apr to 30 Apr
$936 18 Apr to 05 May
$912 21 Apr to 28 Apr
$889 21 Apr to 03 May
$889 21 Apr to 08 May
$936 24 Apr to 01 May
$936 24 Apr to 06 May
$936 24 Apr to 11 May
$936 27 Apr to 04 May
$936 27 Apr to 09 May
$994 27 Apr to 14 May
$914 30 Apr to 07 May
$891 30 Apr to 12 May
$892 30 Apr to 17 May
$892 03 May to 10 May
$958 03 May to 15 May
$958 03 May to 20 May
$994 06 May to 13 May
$936 06 May to 18 May
$994 06 May to 23 May
$891 09 May to 16 May
$891 12 May to 19 May
$983 18 May to 25 May
$982 18 May to 30 May
$1 010 24 May to 31 May

Cheapest is $889

Melbourne to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Return Price Travel Dates
$1 881 04 Dec to 16 Dec
$1 885 19 Dec to 31 Dec
$1 851 19 Dec to 05 Jan
$1 524 22 Dec to 03 Jan
$1 603 22 Dec to 08 Jan
$1 624 25 Dec to 01 Jan
$1 584 25 Dec to 06 Jan
$1 563 25 Dec to 11 Jan
$1 028 03 Jan to 20 Jan
$1 077 06 Jan to 23 Jan
$881 12 Jan to 24 Jan
$973 12 Jan to 29 Jan
$921 18 Jan to 25 Jan
$921 18 Jan to 30 Jan
$881 18 Jan to 04 Feb
$879 24 Jan to 31 Jan
$879 24 Jan to 10 Feb
$921 30 Jan to 06 Feb
$878 30 Jan to 11 Feb
$879 30 Jan to 16 Feb
$881 02 Feb to 14 Feb
$882 02 Feb to 19 Feb
$876 05 Feb to 17 Feb
$877 05 Feb to 22 Feb
$881 08 Feb to 15 Feb
$881 08 Feb to 20 Feb
$881 08 Feb to 25 Feb
$881 11 Feb to 18 Feb
$881 11 Feb to 23 Feb
$881 14 Feb to 21 Feb
$881 14 Feb to 26 Feb
$881 14 Feb to 03 Mar
$881 17 Feb to 24 Feb
$881 17 Feb to 06 Mar
$876 20 Feb to 27 Feb
$876 20 Feb to 04 Mar
$876 20 Feb to 09 Mar
$876 23 Feb to 02 Mar
$876 23 Feb to 07 Mar
$876 23 Feb to 12 Mar
$876 26 Feb to 05 Mar
$876 26 Feb to 10 Mar
$881 01 Mar to 08 Mar
$858 01 Mar to 13 Mar
$881 01 Mar to 18 Mar
$921 04 Mar to 11 Mar
$879 04 Mar to 16 Mar
$880 04 Mar to 21 Mar
$879 07 Mar to 19 Mar
$880 07 Mar to 24 Mar
$875 10 Mar to 17 Mar
$874 10 Mar to 22 Mar
$875 10 Mar to 27 Mar
$880 13 Mar to 20 Mar
$879 13 Mar to 25 Mar
$880 13 Mar to 30 Mar
$875 16 Mar to 23 Mar
$875 16 Mar to 02 Apr
$875 19 Mar to 31 Mar
$875 19 Mar to 05 Apr
$879 22 Mar to 29 Mar
$880 22 Mar to 03 Apr
$880 25 Mar to 01 Apr
$880 25 Mar to 06 Apr
$963 25 Mar to 11 Apr
$856 28 Mar to 04 Apr
$963 28 Mar to 09 Apr
$963 28 Mar to 14 Apr
$910 31 Mar to 07 Apr
$960 09 Apr to 26 Apr
$960 12 Apr to 29 Apr
$908 15 Apr to 27 Apr
$908 15 Apr to 02 May
$905 18 Apr to 30 Apr
$905 18 Apr to 05 May
$874 21 Apr to 28 Apr
$852 21 Apr to 03 May
$853 21 Apr to 08 May
$872 24 Apr to 06 May
$872 24 Apr to 11 May
$873 27 Apr to 04 May
$853 27 Apr to 09 May
$872 27 Apr to 14 May
$875 30 Apr to 07 May
$872 30 Apr to 12 May
$854 30 Apr to 17 May
$854 03 May to 10 May
$853 03 May to 15 May
$854 03 May to 20 May
$875 06 May to 13 May
$872 06 May to 18 May
$855 06 May to 23 May
$855 09 May to 16 May
$873 09 May to 21 May
$873 09 May to 26 May
$855 12 May to 19 May
$873 12 May to 24 May
$855 12 May to 29 May
$873 15 May to 22 May
$873 15 May to 27 May
$855 18 May to 25 May
$873 18 May to 30 May
$873 21 May to 28 May
$873 24 May to 31 May

Cheapest is $852

Brisbane to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Return Price Travel Dates
$3 985 01 Dec to 08 Dec
$2 564 07 Dec to 24 Dec
$3 204 10 Dec to 17 Dec
$6 331 13 Dec to 30 Dec
$1 801 25 Dec to 01 Jan
$1 992 25 Dec to 11 Jan
$1 993 28 Dec to 04 Jan
$1 993 28 Dec to 09 Jan
$1 676 31 Dec to 07 Jan
$1 507 31 Dec to 17 Jan
$1 507 09 Jan to 16 Jan
$1 182 09 Jan to 21 Jan
$967 15 Jan to 27 Jan
$967 18 Jan to 25 Jan
$967 18 Jan to 30 Jan
$967 18 Jan to 04 Feb
$967 21 Jan to 28 Jan
$967 21 Jan to 02 Feb
$967 24 Jan to 31 Jan
$967 24 Jan to 10 Feb
$967 27 Jan to 03 Feb
$967 27 Jan to 13 Feb
$967 30 Jan to 11 Feb
$967 30 Jan to 16 Feb
$967 02 Feb to 14 Feb
$967 02 Feb to 19 Feb
$967 05 Feb to 17 Feb
$967 05 Feb to 22 Feb
$967 08 Feb to 15 Feb
$967 08 Feb to 20 Feb
$967 08 Feb to 25 Feb
$967 11 Feb to 18 Feb
$967 11 Feb to 23 Feb
$967 11 Feb to 28 Feb
$967 14 Feb to 21 Feb
$967 14 Feb to 26 Feb
$967 14 Feb to 03 Mar
$967 17 Feb to 24 Feb
$967 17 Feb to 01 Mar
$967 17 Feb to 06 Mar
$967 20 Feb to 27 Feb
$967 20 Feb to 04 Mar
$967 20 Feb to 09 Mar
$967 23 Feb to 02 Mar
$967 23 Feb to 07 Mar
$967 23 Feb to 12 Mar
$967 26 Feb to 05 Mar
$967 26 Feb to 10 Mar
$967 26 Feb to 15 Mar
$967 01 Mar to 08 Mar
$967 01 Mar to 13 Mar
$967 01 Mar to 18 Mar
$967 04 Mar to 16 Mar
$967 04 Mar to 21 Mar
$967 07 Mar to 14 Mar
$967 07 Mar to 19 Mar
$967 07 Mar to 24 Mar
$967 10 Mar to 17 Mar
$967 10 Mar to 22 Mar
$967 10 Mar to 27 Mar
$967 13 Mar to 20 Mar
$967 13 Mar to 25 Mar
$967 13 Mar to 30 Mar
$967 16 Mar to 23 Mar
$967 16 Mar to 28 Mar
$967 19 Mar to 31 Mar
$967 22 Mar to 29 Mar
$967 22 Mar to 03 Apr
$967 28 Mar to 04 Apr
$967 28 Mar to 09 Apr
$967 28 Mar to 14 Apr
$967 31 Mar to 07 Apr
$967 31 Mar to 17 Apr
$967 03 Apr to 10 Apr
$967 03 Apr to 20 Apr
$967 06 Apr to 18 Apr
$967 06 Apr to 23 Apr
$967 09 Apr to 16 Apr
$967 09 Apr to 21 Apr
$967 09 Apr to 26 Apr
$967 12 Apr to 19 Apr
$967 12 Apr to 24 Apr
$967 12 Apr to 29 Apr
$967 15 Apr to 22 Apr
$967 15 Apr to 27 Apr
$967 15 Apr to 02 May
$967 18 Apr to 25 Apr
$967 18 Apr to 30 Apr
$967 18 Apr to 05 May
$967 21 Apr to 28 Apr
$967 21 Apr to 03 May
$967 21 Apr to 08 May
$967 24 Apr to 01 May
$967 24 Apr to 06 May
$967 24 Apr to 11 May
$967 27 Apr to 04 May
$967 27 Apr to 09 May
$967 27 Apr to 14 May
$967 30 Apr to 07 May
$967 30 Apr to 12 May
$967 30 Apr to 17 May
$967 03 May to 10 May
$967 03 May to 15 May
$967 03 May to 20 May
$967 06 May to 13 May
$967 06 May to 18 May
$967 06 May to 23 May
$967 09 May to 16 May
$967 09 May to 21 May
$967 09 May to 26 May
$967 12 May to 19 May
$967 12 May to 24 May
$967 12 May to 29 May
$967 15 May to 22 May
$967 15 May to 27 May
$967 18 May to 25 May
$967 18 May to 30 May
$967 21 May to 28 May
$967 24 May to 31 May

Cheapest is $967

Adelaide to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Cheapest is $888

Canberra to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Return Price Travel Dates
$3 350 04 Dec to 11 Dec
$4 197 04 Dec to 16 Dec
$3 778 04 Dec to 21 Dec
$11 559 07 Dec to 14 Dec
$3 843 07 Dec to 19 Dec
$3 434 07 Dec to 24 Dec
$4 140 10 Dec to 17 Dec
$4 976 10 Dec to 22 Dec
$3 854 10 Dec to 27 Dec
$3 456 13 Dec to 20 Dec
$3 001 13 Dec to 25 Dec
$3 077 13 Dec to 30 Dec
$3 325 16 Dec to 23 Dec
$3 596 16 Dec to 28 Dec
$2 724 16 Dec to 02 Jan
$2 480 19 Dec to 26 Dec
$2 480 19 Dec to 31 Dec
$2 551 19 Dec to 05 Jan
$2 212 22 Dec to 29 Dec
$2 180 22 Dec to 03 Jan
$1 988 22 Dec to 08 Jan
$2 422 25 Dec to 01 Jan
$2 423 25 Dec to 06 Jan
$2 238 25 Dec to 11 Jan
$1 935 28 Dec to 04 Jan
$1 876 28 Dec to 09 Jan
$1 862 28 Dec to 14 Jan
$2 017 31 Dec to 07 Jan
$1 925 31 Dec to 12 Jan
$1 623 31 Dec to 17 Jan
$2 272 03 Jan to 10 Jan
$1 824 03 Jan to 15 Jan
$1 486 03 Jan to 20 Jan
$1 578 06 Jan to 13 Jan
$1 566 06 Jan to 18 Jan
$1 560 06 Jan to 23 Jan
$1 565 09 Jan to 16 Jan
$1 413 09 Jan to 21 Jan
$1 441 09 Jan to 26 Jan
$1 552 12 Jan to 19 Jan
$1 292 12 Jan to 24 Jan
$1 292 12 Jan to 29 Jan
$1 786 15 Jan to 22 Jan
$1 362 15 Jan to 27 Jan
$2 245 15 Jan to 01 Feb
$1 274 18 Jan to 25 Jan
$1 169 18 Jan to 30 Jan
$1 929 18 Jan to 04 Feb
$1 320 21 Jan to 28 Jan
$1 718 21 Jan to 02 Feb
$1 264 21 Jan to 07 Feb
$1 699 24 Jan to 31 Jan
$1 885 24 Jan to 05 Feb
$1 498 24 Jan to 10 Feb
$1 367 27 Jan to 03 Feb
$1 338 27 Jan to 08 Feb
$1 268 27 Jan to 13 Feb
$1 174 30 Jan to 06 Feb
$1 333 30 Jan to 11 Feb
$1 335 30 Jan to 16 Feb
$1 847 02 Feb to 09 Feb
$1 274 02 Feb to 14 Feb
$1 351 02 Feb to 19 Feb
$1 842 05 Feb to 12 Feb
$1 040 05 Feb to 17 Feb
$1 345 05 Feb to 22 Feb
$1 338 08 Feb to 15 Feb
$1 169 08 Feb to 20 Feb
$1 756 08 Feb to 25 Feb
$1 937 11 Feb to 18 Feb
$1 686 11 Feb to 23 Feb
$1 327 11 Feb to 28 Feb
$1 268 14 Feb to 21 Feb
$1 335 14 Feb to 26 Feb
$1 227 14 Feb to 03 Mar
$1 136 17 Feb to 24 Feb
$1 338 17 Feb to 01 Mar
$1 422 17 Feb to 06 Mar
$1 305 20 Feb to 27 Feb
$1 268 20 Feb to 04 Mar
$1 391 20 Feb to 09 Mar
$1 686 23 Feb to 02 Mar
$1 332 23 Feb to 07 Mar
$1 991 23 Feb to 12 Mar
$1 897 26 Feb to 05 Mar
$1 263 26 Feb to 10 Mar
$1 928 26 Feb to 15 Mar
$1 333 01 Mar to 08 Mar
$1 174 01 Mar to 13 Mar
$1 413 01 Mar to 18 Mar
$1 418 04 Mar to 11 Mar
$1 338 04 Mar to 16 Mar
$1 721 04 Mar to 21 Mar
$1 914 07 Mar to 14 Mar
$2 351 07 Mar to 19 Mar
$1 238 07 Mar to 24 Mar
$1 281 10 Mar to 17 Mar
$1 980 10 Mar to 22 Mar
$1 281 10 Mar to 27 Mar
$1 385 13 Mar to 20 Mar
$1 254 13 Mar to 25 Mar
$1 349 13 Mar to 30 Mar
$2 000 16 Mar to 23 Mar
$1 161 16 Mar to 28 Mar
$1 165 16 Mar to 02 Apr
$1 436 19 Mar to 26 Mar
$1 269 19 Mar to 31 Mar
$1 558 19 Mar to 05 Apr
$1 423 22 Mar to 29 Mar
$1 169 22 Mar to 03 Apr
$1 540 22 Mar to 08 Apr
$1 251 25 Mar to 01 Apr
$1 281 25 Mar to 06 Apr
$1 403 25 Mar to 11 Apr
$1 266 28 Mar to 04 Apr
$1 462 28 Mar to 09 Apr
$1 462 28 Mar to 14 Apr
$1 221 31 Mar to 07 Apr
$1 328 31 Mar to 12 Apr
$1 462 31 Mar to 17 Apr
$1 475 03 Apr to 10 Apr
$1 475 03 Apr to 15 Apr
$1 475 03 Apr to 20 Apr
$1 477 06 Apr to 13 Apr
$1 280 06 Apr to 18 Apr
$1 405 06 Apr to 23 Apr
$1 477 09 Apr to 16 Apr
$1 477 09 Apr to 21 Apr
$1 477 09 Apr to 26 Apr
$1 475 12 Apr to 19 Apr
$1 475 12 Apr to 24 Apr
$1 481 12 Apr to 29 Apr
$1 483 15 Apr to 22 Apr
$1 477 15 Apr to 27 Apr
$1 656 15 Apr to 02 May
$1 362 18 Apr to 25 Apr
$1 477 18 Apr to 30 Apr
$1 654 18 Apr to 05 May
$1 314 21 Apr to 28 Apr
$1 674 21 Apr to 03 May
$1 308 21 Apr to 08 May
$1 652 24 Apr to 01 May
$1 468 24 Apr to 06 May
$1 475 24 Apr to 11 May
$1 315 27 Apr to 04 May
$1 282 27 Apr to 09 May
$1 536 27 Apr to 14 May
$1 453 30 Apr to 07 May
$1 359 30 Apr to 12 May
$1 549 30 Apr to 17 May
$1 312 03 May to 10 May
$1 475 03 May to 15 May
$1 532 03 May to 20 May
$1 393 06 May to 13 May
$1 532 06 May to 18 May
$1 532 06 May to 23 May
$1 536 09 May to 16 May
$1 536 09 May to 21 May
$1 441 09 May to 26 May
$1 536 12 May to 19 May
$1 315 12 May to 24 May
$1 274 12 May to 29 May
$1 532 15 May to 22 May
$1 571 15 May to 27 May
$1 274 18 May to 25 May
$1 308 18 May to 30 May
$1 587 21 May to 28 May
$1 271 24 May to 31 May

Perth to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Return Price Travel Dates
$5 167 01 Dec to 08 Dec
$5 167 01 Dec to 13 Dec
$5 167 01 Dec to 18 Dec
$5 698 04 Dec to 11 Dec
$5 913 04 Dec to 16 Dec
$3 469 04 Dec to 21 Dec
$3 931 07 Dec to 14 Dec
$5 012 07 Dec to 19 Dec
$13 324 07 Dec to 24 Dec
$5 126 10 Dec to 17 Dec
$4 463 10 Dec to 22 Dec
$3 807 10 Dec to 27 Dec
$4 709 13 Dec to 20 Dec
$6 477 13 Dec to 25 Dec
$6 807 13 Dec to 30 Dec
$5 960 16 Dec to 23 Dec
$6 318 16 Dec to 28 Dec
$3 651 16 Dec to 02 Jan
$5 475 19 Dec to 26 Dec
$4 631 19 Dec to 31 Dec
$3 293 19 Dec to 05 Jan
$3 733 22 Dec to 29 Dec
$2 876 22 Dec to 03 Jan
$3 542 22 Dec to 08 Jan
$3 786 25 Dec to 01 Jan
$3 649 25 Dec to 06 Jan
$5 838 25 Dec to 11 Jan
$2 471 28 Dec to 04 Jan
$5 401 28 Dec to 09 Jan
$3 197 28 Dec to 14 Jan
$2 821 31 Dec to 07 Jan
$2 696 31 Dec to 12 Jan
$2 513 31 Dec to 17 Jan
$3 152 03 Jan to 10 Jan
$2 926 03 Jan to 15 Jan
$3 103 03 Jan to 20 Jan
$3 073 06 Jan to 13 Jan
$3 603 06 Jan to 18 Jan
$2 239 06 Jan to 23 Jan
$2 256 09 Jan to 16 Jan
$3 646 09 Jan to 21 Jan
$2 401 09 Jan to 26 Jan
$2 254 12 Jan to 19 Jan
$2 696 12 Jan to 24 Jan
$2 544 12 Jan to 29 Jan
$3 872 15 Jan to 22 Jan
$2 374 15 Jan to 27 Jan
$3 147 15 Jan to 01 Feb
$2 174 18 Jan to 25 Jan
$1 701 18 Jan to 30 Jan
$1 728 18 Jan to 04 Feb
$2 590 21 Jan to 28 Jan
$1 643 21 Jan to 02 Feb
$1 676 21 Jan to 07 Feb
$1 820 24 Jan to 31 Jan
$1 781 24 Jan to 05 Feb
$1 668 24 Jan to 10 Feb
$2 014 27 Jan to 03 Feb
$2 063 27 Jan to 08 Feb
$2 125 27 Jan to 13 Feb
$1 955 30 Jan to 06 Feb
$1 762 30 Jan to 11 Feb
$1 624 30 Jan to 16 Feb
$1 614 02 Feb to 09 Feb
$1 639 02 Feb to 14 Feb
$1 587 02 Feb to 19 Feb
$1 533 05 Feb to 12 Feb
$1 475 05 Feb to 17 Feb
$1 492 05 Feb to 22 Feb
$1 497 08 Feb to 15 Feb
$1 561 08 Feb to 20 Feb
$1 567 08 Feb to 25 Feb
$1 584 11 Feb to 18 Feb
$1 496 11 Feb to 23 Feb
$1 563 11 Feb to 28 Feb
$1 677 14 Feb to 21 Feb
$1 561 14 Feb to 26 Feb
$1 571 14 Feb to 03 Mar
$1 544 17 Feb to 24 Feb
$1 598 17 Feb to 01 Mar
$1 546 17 Feb to 06 Mar
$1 655 20 Feb to 27 Feb
$1 608 20 Feb to 04 Mar
$1 608 20 Feb to 09 Mar
$1 485 23 Feb to 02 Mar
$1 508 23 Feb to 07 Mar
$1 579 23 Feb to 12 Mar
$1 578 26 Feb to 05 Mar
$1 626 26 Feb to 10 Mar
$1 556 26 Feb to 15 Mar
$889 01 Mar to 08 Mar
$1 376 01 Mar to 13 Mar
$1 433 01 Mar to 18 Mar
$1 513 04 Mar to 11 Mar
$889 04 Mar to 16 Mar
$1 519 04 Mar to 21 Mar
$1 505 07 Mar to 14 Mar
$1 498 07 Mar to 19 Mar
$1 583 07 Mar to 24 Mar
$889 10 Mar to 17 Mar
$1 359 10 Mar to 22 Mar
$1 478 13 Mar to 20 Mar
$1 578 13 Mar to 25 Mar
$1 712 16 Mar to 23 Mar
$1 581 16 Mar to 28 Mar
$1 589 16 Mar to 02 Apr
$1 597 19 Mar to 26 Mar
$1 560 19 Mar to 31 Mar
$1 380 22 Mar to 29 Mar
$1 472 22 Mar to 03 Apr
$1 426 22 Mar to 08 Apr
$1 455 25 Mar to 01 Apr
$1 443 25 Mar to 06 Apr
$1 459 25 Mar to 11 Apr
$1 347 28 Mar to 04 Apr
$1 429 28 Mar to 09 Apr
$1 463 28 Mar to 14 Apr
$1 396 31 Mar to 07 Apr
$1 488 31 Mar to 12 Apr
$1 540 31 Mar to 17 Apr
$1 491 03 Apr to 10 Apr
$1 422 03 Apr to 15 Apr
$1 708 06 Apr to 18 Apr
$1 711 06 Apr to 23 Apr
$1 009 09 Apr to 16 Apr
$1 593 09 Apr to 21 Apr
$949 09 Apr to 26 Apr
$1 554 12 Apr to 19 Apr
$1 481 12 Apr to 24 Apr
$1 202 15 Apr to 22 Apr
$1 162 15 Apr to 27 Apr
$1 162 15 Apr to 02 May
$1 009 18 Apr to 25 Apr
$838 18 Apr to 05 May
$917 21 Apr to 28 Apr
$1 009 21 Apr to 03 May
$1 639 21 Apr to 08 May
$917 24 Apr to 01 May
$1 491 24 Apr to 06 May
$1 346 24 Apr to 11 May
$1 410 27 Apr to 04 May
$1 360 27 Apr to 09 May
$1 009 30 Apr to 07 May
$1 407 30 Apr to 12 May
$1 321 30 Apr to 17 May
$1 454 03 May to 15 May
$1 272 03 May to 20 May
$1 336 06 May to 13 May
$1 346 06 May to 18 May
$1 261 06 May to 23 May
$838 09 May to 16 May
$1 269 09 May to 21 May
$1 278 09 May to 26 May
$1 009 12 May to 19 May
$1 388 12 May to 24 May
$1 506 12 May to 29 May
$1 255 15 May to 22 May
$1 281 15 May to 27 May
$1 281 18 May to 25 May
$1 573 18 May to 30 May
$1 410 21 May to 28 May
$1 739 24 May to 31 May

Cheapest is $838
Hobart to Delhi

Dates: 01 December 2021 - 31 May 2022

Return Price Travel Dates
$4 510 01 Dec to 08 Dec
$4 510 01 Dec to 13 Dec
$4 510 01 Dec to 18 Dec
$3 385 04 Dec to 11 Dec
$4 305 04 Dec to 16 Dec
$5 032 04 Dec to 21 Dec
$3 280 07 Dec to 14 Dec
$5 935 07 Dec to 19 Dec
$3 536 07 Dec to 24 Dec
$7 615 10 Dec to 17 Dec
$4 051 10 Dec to 22 Dec
$2 872 10 Dec to 27 Dec
$2 788 13 Dec to 20 Dec
$3 602 13 Dec to 25 Dec
$2 732 13 Dec to 30 Dec
$3 803 16 Dec to 23 Dec
$3 528 16 Dec to 28 Dec
$3 133 16 Dec to 02 Jan
$5 306 19 Dec to 26 Dec
$3 032 19 Dec to 31 Dec
$2 415 19 Dec to 05 Jan
$3 340 22 Dec to 29 Dec
$2 028 22 Dec to 03 Jan
$2 176 22 Dec to 08 Jan
$3 225 25 Dec to 01 Jan
$2 539 25 Dec to 06 Jan
$2 046 25 Dec to 11 Jan
$1 959 28 Dec to 04 Jan
$1 932 28 Dec to 09 Jan
$2 589 28 Dec to 14 Jan
$2 188 31 Dec to 07 Jan
$1 803 31 Dec to 12 Jan
$1 448 31 Dec to 17 Jan
$1 972 03 Jan to 10 Jan
$1 835 03 Jan to 15 Jan
$1 733 03 Jan to 20 Jan
$1 684 06 Jan to 13 Jan
$1 999 06 Jan to 18 Jan
$1 569 06 Jan to 23 Jan
$1 879 09 Jan to 16 Jan
$2 215 09 Jan to 21 Jan
$2 045 09 Jan to 26 Jan
$1 736 12 Jan to 19 Jan
$1 678 12 Jan to 24 Jan
$1 566 12 Jan to 29 Jan
$1 776 15 Jan to 22 Jan
$12 483 15 Jan to 27 Jan
$1 854 15 Jan to 01 Feb
$1 836 18 Jan to 25 Jan
$1 358 18 Jan to 30 Jan
$1 930 18 Jan to 04 Feb
$2 455 21 Jan to 28 Jan
$1 853 21 Jan to 02 Feb
$1 819 21 Jan to 07 Feb
$1 725 24 Jan to 31 Jan
$1 740 24 Jan to 05 Feb
$1 344 24 Jan to 10 Feb
$1 439 27 Jan to 03 Feb
$1 849 27 Jan to 08 Feb
$1 661 27 Jan to 13 Feb
$1 348 30 Jan to 06 Feb
$1 848 30 Jan to 11 Feb
$1 669 30 Jan to 16 Feb
$1 871 02 Feb to 09 Feb
$1 686 02 Feb to 14 Feb
$1 776 02 Feb to 19 Feb
$1 532 05 Feb to 12 Feb
$1 316 05 Feb to 17 Feb
$1 821 05 Feb to 22 Feb
$1 887 08 Feb to 15 Feb
$1 329 08 Feb to 20 Feb
$1 854 08 Feb to 25 Feb
$1 872 11 Feb to 18 Feb
$1 605 11 Feb to 23 Feb
$1 803 11 Feb to 28 Feb
$1 820 14 Feb to 21 Feb
$1 914 14 Feb to 26 Feb
$1 647 14 Feb to 03 Mar
$1 288 17 Feb to 24 Feb
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Comments

  • +16

    With the new Covid variant, it would be quite risky to travel overseas…

  • Any deals to Chennai or Bangalore?

    • certainly, just try the dates you want on the site. Singapore has cheap flights to a lot of Indian cities at present.

  • whats the covid situation like over there?

    • -3

      I’m Indian and have family over there

      Honestly none seems to care about it the governments handling of it has been terrible. Deaths aren’t really marked as covid but complications of. Hospitals take resources by saying there swamped by covid patients but in reality they have none just to take funding off government.

      I would say cases are probably in there high 30-50k a day it’s just people don’t get tested because some places and areas charge obnoxious amounts

      And if you need reference one of the most populous cities in the world (Delhi) reported 34 cases of covid..the whole of NSW is above 150 and people here routinely wear masks and are double vaxxed

      • +1

        Yet there are muppets here in Australia that continually try to talk down the risk. Absolutely clueless to the realities overseas.
        We have it so good here in Australia that people think the rest of the news reporting around the world is some sort of big pharma conspiracy/government control by fear thing.

        But… Darwin's Theory is alive and well. If things get bad here, at least there will be less nutjobs voting. Nature will sort them out.

    • Based on available data compiled (in this case by The Economist), there have been between 1.2-7.4m excess deaths in India during the CoVID-19 pandemic (this is regardless of what it is being attributed to). There is a large range due to the lack of credible data. As of end of Nov, the rate of excess deaths per 100,000 is 0.45 vs 0.02 in Australia. We have been less exposed and have better access to healthcare so not really fair to read too much of compare too deeply into those numbers. Hope that helps

  • Hi OP, can you confirm if payments for booking are through your site? You’ve been a member here for quite a while, but I’m not sure about mytrip.com.

    • We just find the deals. The payments are with the OTAs. If it helps I've personally booked with mytrip twice and had no issues.

    • +3

      I've used mytrip before no worries but with the whole current situation I'd probably prefer to make sure everything is safer. with the airline they wil refund you instantly, with these other cowboys…. you get what you pay for. The refund will happen, but you will spend hours and hours and hours to get it

      • +1

        Be warned.. it's next to impossible to get money out of almost any travel agents. Many people have burnt their fingers in 2020 and their money is still stuck. I would rather pay a bit extra and deal directly with the airlines.

  • Anything for Perth?

    • +1

      yep, just takes me ages to search the dates, but you can plug in when you want to go and see what comes up!

    • I've added Perth dates now

  • +20

    Heck no. Last year I traveled overseas for a couple weeks to see my family and was stranded for 8 months. There were no flights back - and those Qantas repatriation flights were a joke - they arranged a few and made it sound like they had this massive repatriation effort going on. They really didn’t. And Australia kept changing its rules in a most finicky manner as well.

    I finally managed to get Business Class tickets but had to fly from India to USA to Australia, and of course pay $3,000 to be forced into a 5 star hotel (I would have been just fine in a 3 star hotel since we couldn’t leave our room anyway… but whatever!)

    If anyone wants my advice, and I know no one has asked, I’d say think thrice before traveling overseas with this new Omicron variant.

    No offence intended to Beat That Flight by the way.

    • +7

      No offence taken, it's a tough time for travel! I personally know people needing to get back to India for family or personal reasons, and they'll consider the risk worth it. Definitely get travel insurance, though.

      • Yes these are absolutely great prices for those who want to, or have to, fly to India. 😀

      • I’m sure most travel insurances would have a clause against any covid related claims ….

        • They do exclude it, 100%. Forget any type of travel/medical insurance that they can link to the pandemic.
          If you get COVID over there, there will be NO special treatment. You'll fight it out in the virtually non-existent public system with the locals.
          It's a massive risk… so if you need to travel there it better be for an urgent reason, and not just a holiday to see family.

    • I don't think the price changes for 3 vs 5 star hotels. The price afaik is fixed and you'll randomly get assigned a participating hotel.

      Correct me if I'm wrong. Maybe it differs per state?

      Edit: I checked, what I described is correct for WA. $2.5k for one person $3.3k for two

      • +3

        You are right there was no price change. What I said is that the only hotels used were 5 star hotels. And people got sent to any of them randomly.

        I don’t see how $3,000 could be justified for a single person because you can’t even leave the room. That’s essentially charging $200 a night for sleeping in a bed and using a toilet. And 3 meals (which weren’t always good). Most people did deliveries from Coles and UberEats etx.

        I’m not speaking from some entitled viewpoint - but you simply can’t justify that. It’s obvious there must’ve been a deal with the big hotels to keep their income flowing.

        I meant to say they SHOULD HAVE given people a choice of cheaper hotels because not everyone could afford $3,000 for a single person, $5,000 for a couple, and $500 per child.

        • Again speaking from the perspective of Perth, we definitely have a number of hotels on offer. Some are 5 star, some are 3 and 4 star.

          Before the pandemic I traveled Australia a fair bit for work and we typically stayed at a 3ish star hotel or aparthotel like Quest. Typically was around $150-$180 per night.

          14 days in a hotel at $150 per night is $2100 plus $30 per day for food brings you to the $2.5k number. And if you got a 5 star hotel for that price, bargain! Lucky you!

          • +1

            @cheesecactus: Sorry to disagree - we didn’t “get a 5 star hotel” for that price, because we couldn’t use any facilities (understandably!)

            And the food was not 5 star hotel food either - it was bulk prepared catered food by some outside company.

            Nothing about it was a bargain. If anything, it was a rip off. 🙂

  • +1

    Yeah, not happening with Omicron. It's a matter of time that borders are getting closed again.

    • +8

      this is just fearmongering. we have been told that omicron symptoms are much milder than delta. PM is set on keeping aus open. worst possible case scenario is longer quarantine periods

      • -5

        if it's fearmongering, then unvaxxed people should be able to enter AU then ?
        it's the vaxxed travellers without symptoms, bringing in variants into the country, ha.

        • +4

          our hospitals cant cope with hoards of unvaxxed idiots catching covid

    • China's border is still closed,
      and it "started" from there too.

      so, either they 'know' something,
      or they are more cautious, than the rest of the world.

      • They really do not have the resources to deal with it if it goes wild in their populace. It'll be quite ugly, so they need to be very strict up front.

        • No country would run out of medical resources if it just let 800000 citizens die, as what happened in the US.

          • @RimofLeo: I have no idea what is your point.

          • @RimofLeo: it's not only the ones who die that need medical resources. The ones who were saved used them up too, and I don't have figures but I presume it was more than 800k that were successfully saved.

      • +1

        they're opening for the 2020 winter olympics though

  • +7

    One more thing to be aware of: India is not one of the countries that has a VTL arrangement with Singapore. I quickly had a look at a couple of random flights from Delhi and saw that the wait in Singapore is over 15h. You won't be allowed to go to the usual transit area. You'll be taken from your flight from Delhi to a holding area where you need to spend 15h before your flight to Melbourne. https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/sg/travel-info/transit-th...

    I'm flying to Delhi in April and chose to pay more and fly MEL-DEL direct with Qantas just so I don't have to deal with the hassle of transiting through another country.

    • Excellent point. Thanks for raising that

    • +1

      maybe you'll need to deal with the hassle of transiting in VIC
      ( if / when they are in lockdown or with new pandemic laws in 2022, ha )

  • -1

    Just read that India is putting international travel on hold due to new varient. So might be waste of money. Wait and watch

    • phone is fine, oops i mean Omicron fine :)

  • +1

    Noticed some of these are operated by Scoot. How are they still classified as Singapore Airlines?

    • I guess same way that sometimes u get a Qantas flight and it ends up being Jetstar operated flight. Happened to my dad a few times…

  • Wouldn't it be a pain if you wanted to or had to return to Australia and yet you couldn't….

    If I had family overseas. Well I'd probably choose Australia.

  • Just tried searching the fares on this website. Unfortunately, the website is very slow and the filters on the left side don’t change the results 🤔🙁!!
    I would prefer to use webjet email c websites and pay few dollars more. Rather wasting our time with such a poor website!!

  • +2

    PCR test in Australia before departure - Approximately $80

    PCR test in India at Arrival - Approximately $85


    PCR test in India before departure on return -$15
    PCR test on return in Australia

    Plus uncertain Hotel / Institutional quarantine

    Wondering why these many test and precautions after someone is full vaccinated…

    There must be something big which is not highlighted yet to common people..

    • +2

      Greed, paranoia and stupidity

    • +1

      Fully vaccinated doesn't mean you won't contract COVID at all. Tests done so that if you have it, you don't fly and spread. The vaccine is meant to allow your body to recover quicker.

      • Not against Tests or vaccination but how many viruses we are able to eradicate completely in human race so far? Hardly few..

        We travelled daily locally in Sydney / Mlb teams and internationally and how many times we asked person sitting next to you has AIDS , STI or Cancer or any other diseases..

        Countries like India which are asking for PCR on arrival has 1,000 times more deaths on their roads daily then Covid.. so who is kidding whom?

        At some point things have to logical and not just orders drafted by officer who gained knowledge over news in 2 days ….

        • +1

          While I understand your point of view, but all the diseases you have mentioned do not get transmitted the way COVID does. Slightly different modes of transmission and yes, we cannot avoid it forever but I am glad they are taking these steps rather than just letting everyone go by without anything.

          I am sure as vaccination rates across the globe go up, these tests will also subside. Flu is classic example of a similar disease (far less lethal but still responsible for countless deaths across the globe) which is managed but I am assuming life was not as normal when flu was first discovered.

  • As an FYI, I recently booked via Singapore Airlines direct and my route is still cheaper on their website than the OPs website.

  • It’s all fun until if the new variant spread big time and you get stuck in India.

  • +1

    Good deal for someone who has been longing to see their family back in India.

  • -1

    After what the travel industry put me through trying to secure credit / refunds in 2020, I'm reluctant to book anything… both in Australia and for overseas. Until the Australian government matches or exceeds the standard consumer protections for travel as they have in europe, I've completely lost interest in travel. Its a shame as I enjoyed travelling in both Australia and overseas, with often 5-7 trips per year. Now… No spending whatsoever.

    • We have some of the most rigorous consumer protections in the world.

      Why should the Australian government foot the bill for a traveller that couldn’t be bothered reading the T&C’s of their booking?

  • I had tickets booked to India for 17th December cancelled. There is a new update on the Singapore Airlines transit page

    https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/sg/travel-info/transit-th...

    Transfers to and from India via Singapore are also not allowed until further notice due to regulatory requirements.

  • anyone who travels to that part of the world should live with the consequences of not being allowed to come back IF a new variant spreads while they are there and AUS decides to close the border to protect the people inside. like it happened with delta..

  • One of my friends recently booked his parent's one-way flight (departing early Dec) from DEL-MEL for ~120000 Qantas points. Not sure if it was a good deal or not. Just if someone looking for other options.

  • Free omicron.

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