Flights From Mumbai to Chandigarh

Mumbai to Chandigarh Flight Schedule

Airlines Flight Num Departure
Go-Air G8-381 08:35 10:55 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat
IndIigo 6E-0495 09:20 11:45 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat
IndIigo 6E-0464 11:40 14:05 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat
Jetair 9W-497 12:40 15:00 mon/tue/wed/thu/fri/sat

Mumbai - Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

Airport Name : Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Domestic/International : International
Airport Address : Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099
Airport code : BOM
Airport Telephone : ---
Flight Information : 022 66851010
Support : ---
Fax number : ---
Email :
Role : Commercial

Chandigarh - Chandigarh Airport

Airport Name : Chandigarh Airport
Domestic/International : Customs
Airport Address : Chandigarh U.T.
Airport code : IXC
Airport Telephone : 91-172-2659886
Flight Information : ---
Support : ---
Fax number : 91-172-2659887
Email :
Role : Commercial

The distance from Mumbai to Chandigarh is:

Virtual Status of Flights from Mumbai to Chandigarh


The status of flights shown on the map is representational and does not depict the actual status/delayed/cancelled status of the flights or the actual route of the flights.

Last Updated on : March 16, 2018

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