Delhi and Hyderabad are India’s most historic cities, steeped in tradition, royal lineage and well renowned for their delicious food. Both cities are centres of art and culture for their respective regions but share the same love and passion for the Hindustani languages. Today, both Delhi and Hyderabad are emerging centres of I
Since the start of the new millennium, Hyderabad has become a world leader in exporting software. Microsoft’s largest R&D campus outside the United States is located here, along with the India offices of Google, Amazon, Samsung, Facebook, Oracle, Apple and many more.
The Genome Valley business district, located just north of Hyderabad is India’s hub of pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. It is home to the state-owned research centres such as the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, the National Institute of Nutrition, the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology and the state-owned drug manufacturer Indian Drugs and Pharmaceuticals.
These companies have attracted private drug research and manufacturing firms to Hyderabad and establishing a $3 billion market in this sector.
Delhi is the capital of India and the seat of its central government. It is known for being India’s largest retail market for every kind of product imaginable, with markets going back to several centuries. It is an important tourist destination due to its history and status. Some of India’s best-known symbols, such as the Red Fort, the Qutb Minar, India Gate, the Jama Masjid are found in Old Delhi.
Dehli’s suburb of Grugram or Gurgaon is also a leading financial and industrial hub of India. It is known for providing outsourcing solutions to the English speaking world in software, IT, service and sales via call-centres. Around 250 international corporations maintain an office in Gurugram, with some companies such as Coca Cola, Pepsi, BMW and Honda having their Indian headquarters there.
The historical importance of Delhi as the centre of north India and the growing demand for Hyderabad for opportunities in the high-tech industry has called for an increase in demand for travel between the two cities. Taking a plane between Delhi’s Indra Gandhi International Airport (DEL) and Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD) takes 2 hours and 20 minutes.
With 3 million people flying annually between Delhi and Hyderabad on 27 daily flights, it is the fifth busiest air-route in India. The largest operators between these two cities (with the number of daily departures each way) are IndiGo (11), Air India (5), Vistara (4),
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Hyderabad is served by the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (HYD). It is located on the south side of the city in Samshabad. It is India’s sixth busiest airport, handling around 21 million passengers per year. It connects to more than 50 cities in India and around 15 cities internationally.
The most popular domestic destinations from Hyderabad are Delhi (DEL), Mumbai (BOM), Bengaluru (BLR) and Chennai (MAA). Dubai (DXB) and Muscat (MCT) are the most popular international destinations. Hyderabad also has direct flights to London Heathrow (LHR) on British Airways and to Hongkong (HKG) on Cathay Pacific.
The Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) operates air-conditioned “Pushpak” buses to designated stops in the city at every 30-minute interval. This is the most cheapest and convenient way to get from the airport to the city.
Air-conditioned cabs operated by Skycab and Meru are readily available at the airport exits. If you are a woman travelling alone, then ordering a She Cab is your safest option. This is a service operated by women for women, with an emergency system directly connected to the police.
The Indra Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi is India's busiest airport, handling close to 70 million passengers annually. It is served by 74 airlines that fly to 66 domestic and 68 international destinations around the world. Domestic travel is the most popular Delhi airport. The most important destinations are Mumbai (BOM), Bengaluru (BLR), Kolkata (CCU) and Hyderabad (HYD).
Delhi Airport is spread over an area of 5 thousand acres. Further expansion and upgrades are proposed to bring its capacity to handle 100 million passengers annually by the next ten years. There are three passenger terminals, out of which two are scheduled for demolition and upgrades. Terminal 3 is the newest and the biggest terminal in operation. All international airlines and domestic airlines such as Air India, Vistara, IndiGo and SpiceJet operate from here.
The airport is directly connected to the Delhi Metro at Terminal 3. Several buses provide connections from here to the centre of the city, with some shuttling between major hotels. You can also book a pre-paid taxi to your destination, by buying a voucher from prepaid booths, operated directly by Delhi Police.
Delhi has a secondary airport being developed at Hindon (HDX) in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, but as of writing, it serves only two destinations to Hubli (VDX) and Pithoragarh (IDX). The date of commencement for full operations has on several occasions, been pushed back due to security concerns.
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