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Delhi to Mumbai

Delhi to Mumbai Flights

Delhi to Mumbai

  • Delhi to Mumbai is 1,140 km
  • The average flight time from Delhi to Mumbai is 1h 35min
  • There are 441 flights a week from Delhi to Mumbai
  • 7 airlines fly direct from Delhi to Mumbai
  • Rs 5,304 was the cheapest return price from Delhi to Mumbai last month
  • The most popular airline flying from Delhi to Mumbai last month was IndiGo

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Starting Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport (Airport Code: DEL)
Domestic terminal, Terminal 1 B
New Delhi - 110037

Landing Airport
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (Airport Code: BOM)
Domestic Terminal, Terminal 1B (Santa Cruz)
Mumbai - 400099

Mumbai Information Guide
Mumbai (erstwhile Bombay), is the financial hub of India and home to ‘Bollywood’, the Hindi Film Industry. Since Mumbai bustles with life and traffic at any hour of the day, it has rightly earned the reputation of ‘the city that never sleeps’. Spreading over an area of 603 square kilometer, Mumbai is located on the west coast of Maharashtra overlooking the Arabian Sea.

Climate:Mumbai experiences a tropical climate throughout the year and temperatures don’t vary much across seasons. April to May are relatively hot, followed by a heavy monsoon between June and September. Winters are pleasant and ideal for outdoor activities and excursions. Although you may not need woolens, it is recommended that you keep an umbrella and some rain gear handy.

Food: Mumbai is a utopia for foodies as it presents unlimited options in cuisines and eating joints. From exclusive gourmet restaurants to the ubiquitous vada pav stands, Mumbai has ample choices to suit every palate and budget. The best of Mumbai, however, can be found on the streets – munch on a spicy grilled sandwich from one of the sandwich stalls or gorge on lip smacking pav bhaji and bhelpuri at Juhu Chowpati. For seafood lovers, Mahesh Lunch Home presents an exhaustive menu, while those seeking authentic Maharashtrian flavors can try out Diva Mahashtracha. Brittannia Bakery in Colaba dishes out some worthwhile Parsi fare, while Ross is the name to reckon with for Japanese and Oriental cuisine. Food choices in Mumbai are as diverse as the population and you will never run out of choices.

Culture: Mumbai is quintessentially cosmopolitan in spirit and offers rich cultural experiences to travelers of every kind. The art scene in Mumbai is quite fertile and art-lovers will find delight at the National Gallery of Modern Art and Jehangir Art Gallery as well as the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. For history buffs, there is the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, which houses an enchanting collection of historical artifacts. The Banganga Festival and the Elephanta Festival draw thousands of music fans from all over India every year.

History and Architecture: Being a potpourri of religions and cultures, Mumbai resembles an eclectic collage of Colonial, Portuguese, and Islamic colors. Buildings in South Mumbai reflect Victorian and Gothic styles of architecture while the Haji Ali Dargah enthralls with its Islamic grandeur. Admire and appreciate the Art-Deco buildings as you take a refreshing walk through Marine Drive and revel in the beauty of the Gateway of India, which reflects Indo-Saracenic styles of architecture. The Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus and the Elephanta Caves are designated World Heritage Sites.

Shopping: A trip to Mumbai isn’t quite complete without a shopping spree or two. The Crawford Market, which sells everything ranging from classic to bizarre, is worth a dekko. Stroll down Colaba Causway or Fashion Street to find fashionable clothing and accessories at throwaway prices. Pali Hill is lined with several trendy boutiques that sell exquisite stuff. If high-end fashion brands and designer boutiques are more your thing, head straight to Juhu. Apart from these, several malls such as Oberoi, Atria, Infinity, Inorbit and the High Street Phoenix offer a comfortable, air-conditioned shopping and eating experience.

Getting to and from the Mumbai airport
Mumbai Suburban Railway (or “Local”, as the locals call it) is the lifeline and backbone of Mumbai. For an outsider, getting on and off a local train can be harrowing to say the least, but it may make for a memorable experience. The most convenient way to get from the airport to the city is to book a paid cab from the counters outside the arrival terminus. You may call up any of the cab services to pick you up from any location in the city at a designated time and drive you to the airport. Auto rickshaws are available in most parts of Mumbai but are recommended only for shorter distances. BEST buses, that have a rather reliable network of buses plying through the length and breadth of the city, offer an economical alternative to cabs and autos.

Delhi to Mumbai Flights
Delhi to Mumbai is one of the top busiest routes in India. Direct flight from Delhi to Mumbai will take 1 hr and 45 mins travel time. Local carriers Air India, SpiceJet, GoAir, IndiGo, Jet Airways, JetLite and Kingfisher operate direct flights from Delhi to Mumbai. International airlines like Emirates and Oman Air also fly in this route. Approximately 50 to 60 flights are flying from Delhi to Mumbai every day.  Since Delhi and Mumbai are two of the busiest metropolis in India, the flight route between the two cities is busy throughout the year. Get cheap and best flights from Delhi to Mumbai by comparing all the flights at Skyscanner. Use our month or year view tools to get find out the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to Mumbai.



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