6 Attractions along ATS W-39 Followed by Delhi-Leh Flight

Himalayan Landforms Seen from Delhi-Leh Flight

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Delhi-Leh flight, a destination in itself, follows air traffic service (ATS) route W-39. The route between 77 and 78 degrees of longitude passes over 4 Indian states: Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, and Jammu and Kashmir. While covering aerial distance of about 856 kilometres, the aeroplane flies over the plains of…

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4 Airlines that Ply Delhi-Leh-Delhi Route

Flights are the fastest means to reach Leh. However, only four airlines ply Delhi-Leh route.  Since the flights are vulnerable to weather conditions, most of the flights depart from Delhi / Leh before noon. The flying time ranges from 1:25 to 1:40 hrs.  Indian Airlines Air India, airindia.in Go Air,…

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Do You Need Inner Line Permit for Nubra, Pangong, Tso Moriri?

Ladakh Inner Line Permit

Ladakh has reintroduced Inner Line Permit for Nubra, Pangong, Tso Moriri, and other protected areas in 2017. So all Indians wishing to travel to these areas shall get the permits from Deputy Collector’s (DC) office in Leh. Deputy Collector’s Office Timings for Permit: 10:00 am to 04:00 pm on working…

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7 SAQs about HPTDC’s Leh-Manali Bus

The corporation offers beds and blankets in canvas tents on sharing basis at Keylong for a night. Each gender specific tent accommodates five guests. Permanent wash rooms in the hotel complex are common for all thirty passengers sharing the bus for the two day trip.

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9-21% Increase in Leh Hotel Room Tariff

You will need more money for your upcoming Leh trips, because Leh increased room tariff for both guesthouses and hotels. Actual increase ranges from INR 50 per night for an economy guesthouse room to INR 350 per night for a Deluxe-A hotel room.

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Do I Need Permit to Visit Leh?

Parts of the Ladakh region such as Khardungla Pass fall under protected area. Both Indians who are not residents of Jammu and Kashmir and foreigners require a permit to visit the protected area. However, they can visit Leh town, Phyang, Shey, Spituk, and Thiksey without obtaining a special permit.

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