Flights to Mumbai

Mumbai is the commercial capital of India and is the fourth-most populous city of the world. The presence of deep natural harbor makes it even more relevant as a commercial center. Mumbai accounts for 70% of the total maritime trade, 5% of the GDP, and 25% of the total industrial output of India. The famous entertainment center of India, Bollywood, is also situated here. Sectors that contribute most to the economy are IT/ ITES, entertainment, leather, and jewellery. One of the main employment generators in Mumbai is government sector, both central and state. Tourists should not forget to explore the historical and cultural monuments, caves, beaches, gardens, temple, important holy religious sites, shopping arena, and others.

Flight Information, Airport Services, and Connectivity

The Mumbai airport is officially known as Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and currently is the second-busiest airport in India. Facilities available here are airline lounges, airline ticket counters, baggage reclaim, forex services, ATMs, prayer room, self check-in kiosk, medical services, Wi-Fi, inter-terminal transfers, childcare, smoking lounge, postal services, parking facility, left luggage facility, etc.

The important airlines operating here are Air India, Jet Airways, Air India Express, IndiGo, GoAir, Air Arabia, Cathy Pacific, British Airways, etc. Some of the most popular destinations are Thiruvananthapuram, Visakhapatnam, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Mangalore, Varanasi, Chengdu, Tokyo, Amsterdam, Dubai, etc. Transport available from the airport includes auto rickshaw, rental cars, buses, and taxis.

More Information on Mumbai

This city has an area of 603 sq km, having a population of 13,830,884. Marathi, Hindi, and English are the spoken languages. The must-visit places in Mumbai include:

  • Elephanta Caves
  • Gateway of India
  • Jehangir Art Gallery
  • Mahakali Caves
  • Hanging Gardens
  • Chowpatty Beach
  • Borivali National Park
  • Marine Drive
  • Colaba Causeway
The best time to visit Mumbai is between October and March.

The International Terminal has two modules: Terminal 2A and Terminal 2C. The domestic terminal has two terminals: Terminal 1A and Terminal 2B.

The details of flights operating from the Domestic Terminal are: Terminal 1A:
  • Indian (Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Chandigarh, Ahmadabad and all major Indian cities)
  • Go Air ( Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Cochin, Delhi, Hyderabad and other parts except eastern Indian cities)
  • Kingfisher Airlines: ( All major metros)
Terminal 1B:
  • Air Sahara (Delhi, Guwahati, Kolkata,Lucknow,Hyderabad,Varanasi)
  • Air Deccan (All major state capitals)
  • Jet Airways ( All major state capitals)
  • Spicejet (Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Ahmadabad,Kolkata)
  • Blue Dart (Chennai,Bangalore,Delhi, Ahmadabad, Hyderabad,Kolkata)
The details of flights operating from the International Terminals are: Terminal 2A:

Air Arabia (to Sharjah) Alitalia (Milan) Austrian Airlines (Vienna)
British Airways( London- Heathrow) Cathay Pacific (to Hong Kong) Delta Airlines (New York)
El Al (Tel Aviv) Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi) Gulf Air (Muscat)
Jazeera Airways (Kuwait) Kenya Airways (Nairobi) Lufthansa (Frankfurt)
NorthWest Airlines (Seattle) Oman Air (Muscat) Quantas Airways (Darwin)
Quatar Airways (Doha) Pakistan International Airlines (Karachi) Saudi Arabian Airlines (Jeddah)
Sri Lankan Airlines ( Colombo) Swiss International Air Lines (Zurich) Virgin Atlantic (London)

Terminal 2C:

Aeroflot (Moscow) Air France (Paris) Continental Airlines (Newark)
Air Mauritius Emirates (Dubai) Delta Airlines (New York)
El Al (Tel Aviv) Etihad Airways (Abu Dhabi) EVA Air (Taiwan)
Ethiopian Airlines (Addia Ababa) Korean Air (Seoul) Royal Jordanian Airlines (Amman)
Royal Nepal Airlines (Kathmandu0 Singapore Airlines South African Airways
Thai Airways International Turkish Airlines Yemenia (Aden)

Please note that this information is subject to frequent changes.

All flights mentioned are both arrival and departure from Mumbai airport.

Last Updated on : August 17, 2018

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