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Air France or other airlines into Mumbai and out of Delhi

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I am overwhelmed trying to figure out all the moving parts of our trip. I swear I have tried to do research, but I am still uncertain.

We are going in early July from the US to Paris and then Mumbai. On our way back -- mid July. We will leave out of Delhi and want to stop at any European destination for about two days to break up the trip. We have a code for Air France that is supposed to offer us a discount because Paris will be a business trip for my husband, Is it generally cheaper to fly the same airlines in and out of a country? Should we really travel out of Mumbai to get the best rates? (These costs seem to change dramatically every time I look into this. And, I can't seem to figure out if/where else Air France flies in Europe out of Delhi. Also, have most of you found that it is cheaper to book internal flights as part of international travel or, in a place like India, to book separately? I thought it would be the latter. But, oddly that does not seem to be true. I know these are lots of questions and I'll have to just work this out, but I thought someone might have some tips.

Thanks,
Sonia

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