Cheap flights from New Delhi to Mumbai
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- Tue 17 DecDELBOMGoAirDirectOne way from ₹ 2,758
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Flight information New Delhi to Mumbai
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Average flight time, total distance 1140 kilometres
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Airport information for Delhi and Mumbai
New Delhi - 110 037,
Western Express Highway,
Sahar, Andheri East,
Mumbai - 400 099,
Getting to Delhi Airport
- The Domestic Departures Terminal, Terminal 1D, is accessible via the Delhi Gurgaon Expressway.
- The orange line of Delhi Metro has a stop at Terminal 3, Inter terminal shuttles can be taken from terminal 3 to terminal 1D.
- Prepaid taxis, state run bus services, auto rickshaws and app based taxis ply to the terminal.
Travelling from Mumbai Airport
- Mumbai Airport’s domestic terminal is called Terminal 1.
- Terminal 1 can be accessed only by western express highway.
- Taxis and auto rickshaws ply to the airport.
- Rent a car services are available at the terminal. Click here to rent a car.
Facilities at Delhi to Mumbai Airports
- Terminal 1D of the Delhi Airport is completely accessible to physically challenged people. There is a wide variety of shopping and dining options. Inter Terminal shuttles and Taxis are available.
- Mumbai Airport has Free Wi-Fi, VIP Lounges, assistance to the physically challenged, retiring rooms, smoking areas and a wide option of dining and shopping choices for your convenience.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from Delhi to Mumbai
On an average Delhi to Mumbai flight normally takes 1hr 55mins. The inflight magazine generally carries an article on the destination. A quick read on Mumbai can be useful before you land.
Mumbai at a glance
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 kilometre, Mumbai is located on the west coast of Maharashtra overlooking the Arabian Sea.
Weather in Mumbai
Mumbai summers can go up to 42 degrees Celsius while the winters can go low as 7.5 degrees Celsius. The monsoons arrive in June and last till September and are marked with high humidity levels.
Cost of living in Mumbai
A meal at an international fast food restaurant can cost around INR 200 (USD 2.97) and a budget meal at a clean restaurant costs less than INR 150 (USD 2.23). Taxis from the airport to the Mumbai’s city centre cost 230 INR (3.42 USD).
Mode of payments accepted in Mumbai
All establishments accept only Indian Rupees while most shops will accept cards.
Best places for your first meal in Mumbai
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. Do try the maska-pav (Buttered sweet bun) with chai, a very popular breakfast. If you like sea food, try a Konkani meal with rice, prawn and tangy fish curry washed down with a refreshing drink called Sol Kadi. 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.
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.
Mumbai 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 in Mumbai:
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.
Documents required to travel from Delhi to Mumbai
Passengers travelling from Delhi to Mumbai 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 Delhi to Mumbai
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