9:48p MDW » 7:29p DEL
Unknown Company 2 stops (21h41m)
10:50p DEL » 9:30p ORD
KLM 1 stop (22h40m)
7:20p ORD » 2:10a DEL
Finnair 2 stops (30h50m)
6:05a DEL » 6:35p ORD
Finnair 2 stops (36h30m)
Average flight duration: 27h55m (flight with stopovers)
Both connecting and non-stop flights are available to allow travelers to quickly reach the Indian city of Delhi, from Chicago. Non-stop flights, operated by Air India, depart from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport and touch down in Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport; with a flight time of 14h 35m, it's the fastest way to travel between the two cities. Connecting flights are operated by airlines including British Airways, United Airways and Air Canada, with flight times of upwards of 16h 50m and stopovers in cities such as London and Toronto. Due to the significant distance between Chicago and Delhi, flying – even on a connecting flight – is by far the fastest way to travel.
Delhi is a huge metropolitan area in India, and the country's capital territory (New Delhi, a district in Delhi, is the capital city of India). There's so much to do in Delhi that travelers will benefit from spending much more than a day here! New Delhi and Old Delhi are two districts to visit; the latter was founded in the 17th century, and is home to historic sites such as The Red Fort. Don't miss a visit to the modern architectural and religious landmark, the Lotus Temple, on your trip to Delhi.