India: €391 Qatar Airways Flights From Prague (With Luggage)

Neu Delhi, Indien

Oneworld member Qatar Airways is selling cheap flights from Prague to its Indian destinations. Prices start at CZK 10,215 (~€391) for flights to Delhi, including 25 kg of luggage. You can also fly to Amritsar and Kolkata. There’s availability from April until December, but quite low availability during the summer.

Info

Worldwide travel restrictions are in place to slow the spread of Covid-19. We strongly recommend gathering detailed information about the travel and quarantine restrictions that apply to your desired origin and destination.

A good start is the International Air Transport Association (IATA) website. It provides current updates on a country’s immigration policies. Even better, the Covid-19 Travel Regulations Map is one of the most useful tools you can find.

You can fly to the following Indian cities:

The flight times are quite good, and the layover in Doha lets you stretch your legs midway.

The tickets include 25 kg of luggage and 7 kg of hand luggage. All flights would have a layover in Doha.

By the way, we also have some other deals starting in Prague:

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You can book these tickets until March 15, 2021. The trips then have to take place between April 7 and November 30 (although availability seems to be very thin during the summer) and take at least 5 days. Furthermore, the outbound flight has to take place from Sunday to Wednesday, and the inbound from Monday to Friday.

You can find the exact availability on Google Flights. As availability is quite high, you can also use our search above, which will redirect you to Qatar Airways’ booking site. Should you have to change your plans, Qatar will refund you the flight in the form of a voucher.

Mileage

The tickets are issued in booking class T. To give you an example, a roundtrip to Delhi would get you:

  • 6,760 on Finnair Plus
  • 4,200 on Iberia Plus
  • 2,100 on Royal Air Maroc Safar Flyer
  • 2,100 on Royal Jordanian Royal Club
  • 2,100 on American AAdvantage
  • 2,100 on S7 Airlines Priority Club
  • 2,100 on MEA Cedar Miles
  • 2,100 on LATAM Pass
  • 2,100 on SriLankan FlySmiles
  • 2,100 on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
  • 2,100 on Bangkok Airways FlyerBonus
  • 2,100 on Qatar Airways Privilege Club
  • 2,100 on British Airways Executive Club
  • 2,100 on GOL Aéreos Smiles
Data provided by wheretocredit.com. Without guarantee on correctness.
Information & Tips for India

India is billed as a “subcontinent” not only for geographical reasons. The argument can be made that there is no region on the entire planet as culturally different as India. For example, it is home to as many vegetarians as the rest of the world. But its unique cuisine is just one of reasons to go there – India has a lot to offer. You can finde paradise like beaches in Goa and Kerala. Buzzing metropoles like Delhi and Mumbai invite you as well as and extravagant buildings and palaces like the world famous Taj Mahal. In conclusion, a country as huge as India is full of possibilities.

Visa & Entry

EU citizens need a visa and a passport to enter India. The easiest way is to apply for an eVisa, that will grant you two entries and a stay up to 60 days. It costs around 30€ on the government’s official site. With it, you can enter the country at almost any international airport.

Transport infrastructure

Flag carrier Air India and a bunch of smaller LCCs connect the airports of Delhi and Mumbai to almost any noteworthy city in the country. For a country its size, India has an excellent railway network. This allows for extremely cheap ground transportation. Renting a car is possible, but incredibly dangerous due to poor road conditions and reckless driving habits.

Currency

Official currency is the Indian rupee. 100 rupees are worth around 1,30€.

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  1. Karl says:

    Beware of seat reservations and upgrades when booking with multiple travelers, even for Privilege Club Platinum status; Qatar Airways is being inconsistent and uncooperative:
    Here’s what happened to me: I booked a trip to Southern Africa, economy, for 3 people. As a Privilege Club Platinum member, I was able to reserve seats for all 3 travellers free of charge, which I was very pleased about. Since I was able to redeem my QCredits for a business upgrade, I was able to do that successfully for one leg of the trip. The nasty surprise: the booking is then split, meaning my companion travellers received their own booking number. I was made aware of this in the course of the upgrade request and as a precaution I called Qatar Airways twice to ask what would happen to the seat reservations of my 2 companion travellers. I was assured that the existing seat reservations remain in place. Only in the case of a desired change, these would be subject to a fee because I am no longer in the same booking as a Privilege Club Platinum member. So far so good. Therefore, I did the upgrade, we got 2 different bookings, the seat reservations remained.
    Then the bad surprise a few weeks later: for the flight VIE-DOH the flight schedule was changed by 1.5 hours and the aircraft was changed from A350 to B787. It came as it had to come: the seat reservations of the companion passengers were GONE. But not all, but only from those 3 flights that remained UNCHANGED. On the flight VIE-DOH the seats remained reserved.
    A subsequent call to the Qatar hotline brought nothing: the system does not provide for free seat reservations; any restoration of the original seat reservations would be subject to a charge (approx. Euro 200!). A complaint on the Qatar website has also been unsuccessful so far. The argument: after the split of the two reservations, the system automatically deletes the seat reservations for the fellow passengers, since they would have no status and therefore no free seats. But this is total non-sense, because firstly, the seat reservations remained after the split, only when the 1st flight was changed, it came to the deletion and secondly exactly the changed flight was not affected by the cancellation of the seats, but only the 3 unchanged flights.
    What remains: despite assurance of the airline that already booked seats remain, these were deleted. The airline refuses with inconclusive arguments to restore the reservations. I find this procedure extremely unfriendly to the customers. If Qatar Airways does not finally agree, I must advise every Privilege Club status holder not to make a similar booking with several passengers and then upgrade only for themselves, because the other passengers lose any advantages of the joint booking.

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