Transglobal Express - Worldwide Parcel Delivery
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Send Air Freight to India

Air freight to India

At Transglobal Express, we have over 20 years’ experience in air freight forwarding. We offer impressive coverage of India, providing air freight services to locations all over the country. Book air freight to Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and more.

India is one of our most popular freight destinations. Sending air freight to India is easy and we’ll guide you through the entire booking process, step by step.

Booking your air freight to India

We have made the booking process as straightforward as possible. Start by getting yourself a free, no-obligation quote. You’ll then be able to view and compare our fantastic rates for extensive range of top quality airline carriers.

Choose between a Consolidated or Back to Back service, as well as from a range of departure airports throughout the UK. For those who are unable to drop their goods off at one of our air freight depots, we also offer an optional collection service.

Our rates for air freight to India

In addition to our reduced rates, we are also often able to negotiate competitive spot rates—for instance, if a shipment is particularly large in size. Any price reductions we obtain from these negotiations are passed on to you.

For more information, see our air freight services, or call us on 0345 145 1212 to speak to a friendly member of our dedicated freight team. Alternatively, email freight@transglobalexpress.co.uk and a member of staff will get back to you as soon as possible.


Send air freight to India with Transglobal Express and choose from the following airlines:

Air India Virgin Atlantic Cargo Jet Airways Emirates SkyCargo 

Looking for a door-to-door service to India?

  • Air freight services operate between airports. If you are looking for a door-to-door service, you may want to consider using an international courier instead.

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