Cheap flights from Mumbai to New Delhi
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Flight information Mumbai to New Delhi
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Average flight time, total distance 1140 kilometres
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What you need to know before flying from Mumbai to New Delhi?
Airport information of Mumbai and New Delhi airports
Western Express Highway, Sahar, Andheri East, Mumbai - 400 099
New Delhi – 110037, India
Getting to Mumbai airport
- Chhatrapati Shivaji airport is located on the highway in Andheri East, right in the middle of the city. Visitors should hire metered taxis or rickshaws or prepaid taxis to get to the airport. In the monsoons, one should avoid rickshaws.
- Since traffic snarls are common, travellers should check out the traffic on Google maps and leave for the airport accordingly.
Travelling from New Delhi airport
- Delhi airport lies 20 km south of Delhi city centre. The easiest way for visitors to get to the city is to hire metered taxis or rickshaws or prepaid taxis from the airport. The counters for prepaid taxis lie in the arrivals hall.
- Visitors can also take the Orange Line of the Delhi metro to the city centre from terminal T3. A/C coach services from the airport are also available.
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Facilities at Mumbai and New Delhi airports
- Mumbai airport has 2 terminals connected by a shuttle bus ferrying every 20 minutes. It is well-equipped with money changing and forex services, ATMs, medical assistance, lounges, rest and prayer rooms, a host of eating, drinking and fine dining places, and duty-free retail spaces.
- New Delhi airport has 2 domestic and 1 international terminals. It also has free Wi-Fi access for 30 minutes, forex and money changing services, ATMs, duty-free shopping facilities, restaurants and cafes, and lounges.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from Mumbai to New Delhi
The average flight time from Mumbai to New Delhi is 2h non-stop. Travellers can read the in-flight magazines or get some rest.
Delhi at a glance
Delhi, also referred to as “Dilli” by some, is the capital of India and undoubtedly one of the most opulent cities in terms of history, culture, cuisines and lifestyle amenities. Spreading over an area of 1484 square kilometre, Delhi shares its boundaries with the states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.
Weather in Delhi
Winters (November-February) are the best time to visit Delhi when the temperatures hover between 5 and 28 degrees Celsius, and can sometimes drop to as low as 1 degree Celsius.
Cost of living in Delhi
A metro ride from the airport to the city centre costs INR 100, while a prepaid taxi costs INR 400-500 for the same ride. A taxi for 3 km costs INR 50-90, while a 3 km ride in rickshaw costs INR 30-60. Inexpensive food is priced anywhere in the range of INR 90 and 400.
Mode of payments accepted in Delhi
Cash is needed for paying for small purchases, transportation and food. ATMs are plentiful, but visitors should ideally withdraw only during the day. All hotels and mid-range to high-range restaurants and cafes accept credit and debit cards.
Best places for your first meal in Delhi
same Delhi is a gourmand’s delight with a plethora of cuisines available to titillate your palate. Although you can choose between Indian, Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean and Japanese eateries, the local cuisine, which is a delightful amalgamation of Punjabi and Mughlai cooking styles, is well worth a try. Scrounge the bylanes of Chandani Chowk for some mouth-watering kebabs, parathas, sweet meats and the universally loved Tandoori Chicken or book yourself a place at fine-diners like Bukhara, Karim’s, Moti Mahal and Punjabi By Nature, which dish out equally delicious fare. Don’t forget to indulge in gol-gappas and the variety of chaats while you are in Delhi. Connaught Place in central Delhi is the place to go to sample Delhi’s tasty fare.
For culture-hungry travelers, Delhi has exciting avenues to explore. Museum lovers can split their days between National Rail Museum, National Crafts Museum, Indian Air Force Museum, Doll Museum and National Museum of India. The National Gallery of Modern Art is sure to enthrall art enthusiasts while the India Habitat Center, India International Center, Sangeet Natak Academy and Parsi Anjuman Hall are the places where one can rediscover their love for theater, dance and performing arts. A visit to Delhi Haat exposes you to a kaleidoscope of cultures, cuisines and handicrafts from all over India, and makes for an enriching and relaxing experience.
Delhi History & Architecture:
Since the region that is now Delhi has been invaded, destroyed and rebuilt 11 times through the course of its history, the monuments and architecture are reminiscent of Islamic and Mughal architecture. Among the ones that are not to be missed are Jama Masjid, Old Fort, Red Fort and Qutab Minar. Akshardham Temple, ISKON and Lotus Temple, on the other hand, present a stark contrast and stand as shining examples of modern and contemporary architecture.
Shopping in Delhi:
A shopper’s paradise, Delhi has a mind-boggling variety of shopping options to choose from. Haggle in the street markets of Lajpat Nagar, Sarojini Nagar and Paharganj to get the deal of your lifetime or splurge in high-end malls like Ansal’s Plaza, Select Citywalk and DLF Emporio. Markets like M-Block in Greater Kailash and Connaught Place are great places to hang out.
Documents required to travel from Mumbai to Delhi
Passengers travelling from Mumbai to Delhi must carry any one of the identity card listed below
- Valid Passport
- Pan card
- Valid driving license
- Election photo identification card
- In case of children, their school identification card or any other photo identification proof
- In case of infants, a valid birth certificate
Major airlines that operate from Mumbai to Delhi
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