- Delhi: Indira Gandhi International Airport
- Chennai: Chennai International Airport
- Hyderabad: Begumpet Airport
- Kolkata: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport
- Mumbai: Chattrapati Shivaji International Airport
Currency Declaration, Customs and Baggge Rules Currency Declaration The unit of the Indian currency is the Rupee. Travellers can bring into India any amount of foreign exchange, subject to the condition that on arrival a declaration is made to the custom authorities in a Currency Declaration Form. Travellers Cheques in US$ and pounds are easily exchangeable and ATMs are available in major Indian cities. Credit cards are accepted in hotels and large stores. The Financial Year in India is from 1st April to 31st March. Customs and Baggage Rules There are two channels for customs clearance :- Green Channel for passengers not having any dutiable goods. Red Channel for passengers having dutiable goods. Passengers walking through the Green Channel with dutiable / prohibited goods are liable to prosecution/penalty and confiscation of goods.
On Arrivial Instructions For Foreignor However, there is a provision of granting TLF (Temporary Landing Facility) / TLP (Temporary Landing Permit) to allow entry of foreigners arriving in emergent situations This facility can also be extended to transiting foreigners having confirmed onward journey tickets within 72 hours. Apart from this, foreign tourists in groups of four or more arriving by Air or Sea, sponsored by recognized Indian Travel Agencies and with a pre-drawn itinerary can be granted collective landing permit for a specified period of time on the written request of the Travel Agencies to the Immigration officer giving full personal and passport details of the group members and undertaking to conduct the group as per the itinerary and an assurance that no individual would be allowed to drop out from the group at any place The above mentioned provisions of TLF/TLP, however, are not available to the nationals of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan, Somalia, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Algeria. Immigration check is done for all passengers, Indians or foreigners, both at the time of arrival and departure. The passports are duly stamped at arrival as well as departure. Passengers should be careful to see that their passports are duly stamped before leaving the immigration counter. All passengers, Foreigners as well as Indians, coming to India or departing from India are required to fill-up D (Disembarkation) Card and E (Embarkation) Cards on arrival and departure respectively. The following informations are required to be provided by the passengers in these cards: - Name and Sex Date of birth, Place of Birth, Nationality Passport details viz. number, place and dates of issue/expiry. Visa details viz. number, place and dates of issue/expiry (for arriving foreigners only) Address in India Flight number and date of arrival/departure Occupation
Purpose of visit to/from India So, make a plan and have a great time in experiencing the culture of India.