What's the flight or flights that regularly connect an European Union country with India for less money? My research has showed that Air Arabia was a good option some years ago when connected Athens with a lot indian cities through Sharja, but now this route is no longer operated.

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    From where in EU to where in India? Please clarify because it does make a difference. – Ankur Banerjee Jan 27 '12 at 11:22
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    Also, it depends too much on when a person is traveling. You didn't say what season, what month, even what year. Regular flights don't have the same prices during the year and mostly depend on a date of travel, how many tickets was sold and whether you want a direct or connecting flight. Just FYI, I found a return flight a couple of days ago from Croatia to Delhi via Moscow for $560 (note it's dollars, not euros). This means that the prices from Western Europe can only be lower... – rlesko Jan 27 '12 at 12:14
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    I think that this question cannot be answered completely i.e. final answer cannot be given because the prices change almost on daily basis. – rlesko Jan 27 '12 at 12:17
  • @AnkurBanerjee: Anywhere in EU to anywhere in India. It's easy: in Europe using low cost companies any country is 50 € away from any other country. When I visit India I'll go for a couple of months so I don't care to go to this or this other city, I'll visit all country. – Ivan Jan 27 '12 at 17:23
  • @rlesko: Yes, it depends, I'm looking for the cheapest regular flight on the year. I have availability all year to travel. Just need a good price :) – Ivan Jan 27 '12 at 17:25

I am not sure whether it is the cheapest, but Emirates currently has offers from many European cities to Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Mumbai or Chennai for 550-600 Euros return. You have to change in Dubai.

You can fly from Madrid to Delhi on February 24th for 464 Euros.

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