Australia is the sixth largest country in the world and is one of the most popular tourist destinations. It is also called Down Under as it lies in the Southern Hemisphere of the globe, below many countries. Being a popular tourist destination, it is well connected with other parts of the country. There are a number of options to reach this nation and the most popular among them is to book flights to Sydney. Currently, the demand for flights to Australia has increased manifold as it is hosting several ICC Cricket World Cup events with New Zealand. Sports enthusiasts from all across the globe are looking forward to watch these interesting matches at the ground. Here is a list options for people, who are planning to watch the 1st quarter-final between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Sydney Cricket Ground from India.
Fly Non-stop with Air India
Time is money, and many people cannot afford to spend hours on their journeys. Such people can opt for this option offered by the national airline of country – Air India. It takes off from Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi (IGI) at 1.25 pm. After 12 hours and 15 minutes, passengers de-board their flight at Sydney airport (SYD) and can directly head towards the stadium as the match is scheduled at 9 am. Those, who want to explore this lively city can make their reservations for the 1st quarter-final between Sri Lanka and South Africa at Sydney Cricket Ground is scheduled on March 18. This overnight flight is also one of the most economical and comfortable options along with being the most time-efficient. The above average legroom of 84 cm and amenities such as USB power outlet and on-demand video audio facilities offered onboard make the journey more enjoyable. These comfortable seats allow passengers to enjoy a sound sleep during this medium-haul journey.
Travellers can also opt for Singapore Airlines to book flights to Sydney. This airline is one of the most efficient service providers in the world, known for its top-notch in-flight amenities and cheap flight tickets. This airline connects various cities lying in 15 countries, and Sydney and Delhi are two among them. The first flight takes off from IGI for Singapore (SIN) at 9.55 pm. The carrier usually uses Airbus A380 to carry passengers on this route. People can use Wi-Fi facilities during their journey to send important emails or can simply enjoy their favourite movie by availing the audio/video on demand service offered by the airline. It reaches SIN at 6.10 in the morning, and passengers have to wait for approximately an hour at this Singapore terminal. From there, the next flight to Sydney is arranged at 7.05 am that reaches SYD at 5.45 in the evening. Travellers can opt for sightseeing in the city after settling down in their hotel or simply relax in their hotel rooms.
These are the best options for travellers as they just take 12.25 to 14.30 hours. In addition to this, they are lashed with the latest amenities that make the journey comfortable and enjoyable. There are a number of other connecting flights that can be checked out by sports enthusiasts in case seats are not available in above mentioned flights.