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HomeDomestic Flights > Mumbai to Kochi Flights

Mumbai to Kochi Flights

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About Kochi

Kochi is also known with the colonial name of Cochin (called during the British era), was officially named Kochi in the 90s and the residents of Kerala used this name for referring to the city. It is situated on the south-west of India and was formed in 1967 with the merger of the towns viz. Ernakulam, Mattanchery and Fort Kochi and many nearby villages.

Kochi is the industrial, commercial and financial capital of the Kerala state. It is a port city and has a long history of trading which goes back in history for up to 600 years. Kochi produces 90% off all the pepper that is produced in India and is traded through International Pepper Exchange at Kochi.

The city is called ‘Queen of the Arabian Sea’ and has been a vital spice trading centre from the 14th century.

Kochi is also a name of a city in Japan on Shikoku Island, both the Japanese and the Indian cities have a partnership for cultural exchange. Elaborating on the international aspects, one can spot influences of the Portuguese, Arabs, Dutch and Chinese. Kochi was the first European colony in the colonial India which was occupied by the Portuguese. The massive fishing nets which are only found in Kochi are believed to be introduced by Chinese traders and are one of the main tourist attractions of the port city today.

About Kochi Airport

Cochin International Airport located at Nedumbassery, which is about 25 km or 16 miles northeast of the city. It serves the city of Kochi by operating both domestic and international flights with a total of 4 terminals.

Terminals 1 and 2 are dedicated to domestic flights and Terminal 3 is for international flights. The fourth one is a cargo terminal. This airport is the fourth busiest in terms of international traffic and the seventh busiest overall. Also, Terminal 3 is the fourth largest terminal in India.

On 18th August 2015, Cochin International Airport became the first ever airport in the world to be fully solar powered with a dedicated solar plant.

Places to visit in Kochi

Fort Kochi

The town of Fort Kochi is located in the south-western part of Kochi. The sea-side town is popular for its colonial touch and attracts the crowd who want to have a glimpse of how the Dutch and Portuguese colonialism made an impact on our country. One of the main attractions of this town is the St. Francis Church where the globally known Portuguese trader Vasco Da Gama was buried. Fort Kochi is home to the famous Chinese fishing nets, which are also known as Cheenavala.

Mattancherry Palace

Visiting this place can take you one step closer to the interesting history of Kerala as the palace boasts murals depicting portraits and exhibits related to the Rajas of Kochi. The Palace is known as Dutch Palace and is a Portuguese Palace which was built by the Portuguese and gifted to the king of Cochin around 1555. The Mattancherry Palace is built in the traditional Kerala style of architecture, known as Nalukettu style.

Marine Drive

Just like Mumbai, Kochi also has Marine Drive, a walkway of about three kilometres one of the most popular hangout spots in the city. It is a packaged destination as the adjacent places include the GCDA shopping complex, a children’s park, The Houseboat Bridge, The Rainbow Bridge, The Marine Walkway, and the China Net Bridge. All these places are worth visiting and fantastic places to spend some leisurely time with your loved ones or maybe some alone time with the calm sea.

Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary

A treat for nature lovers and bird-watchers, the green lung of Ernakulum is spread across 2.74 hectares of land. The sanctuary is home to a huge number of migratory birds and various species of trees and plants. The watchtower is a major attraction of the place; one can get on top of the watchtower to get a gorgeous view of the sanctuary. In the middle of the sanctuary, a shallow tidal lake is present; it is connected to the backwaters by a canal. The lake is surrounded by thick mangrove vegetation. As per a bird survey carried out in May 2006, 194 birds which belong to 32 species were found and the total number of species present there is 72.

Willingdon Island

A place where you can calm yourself, it is the perfect destination if you need a break from your busy city life. The island boasts lavish hotels and is well connected to Kochi port as well as other national and international ports. It is named after the British Viceroy of India, Lord Willingdon and is one of the largest man-made islands in India. The island is commercially and industrially significant as it is home to the Port of Kochi, Central Institute of Fisheries Technology.

About Mumbai

Popularly known as the City of Dreams, Mumbai is India’s monetary capital and the command post of the largest film industry throughout Asia — Bollywood. Also, famous for its beautiful seafront, sunshiny beaches, celebrity homes, fast-moving lifestyle and an electrifying nightlife, the city emits an epizootic energy unlike any other city in India.

Mumbai undoubtedly gives off a decidedly contemporary vibe; it is also home to some of the sumptuous colonial-era architecture and historical monuments. This city is the ultimate destination to avail the best of fashion, food and entertainment in the country.

Mumbai runs on its lifeline the local trains; they are usually crowded with daily commuters. Travelling in the city is otherwise quite easy with so many options like the metro trains, monorail, AC & non-AC buses, autos and taxis.   

Visiting Mumbai doesn’t require a check as the city is fun-packed round the year, but it is suggested that you visit the city in winter as the temperature drops and is less humid, more enjoyable. The monsoon can be fun to the people who love getting wet and are willing to travel care-free.

FAQs

Q: How many flights fly every day from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: On average there are around 14 non-stop flights fly from Mumbai to Kochi.

Q: What is the flight duration from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: It takes an approximate of 2 hours and 05 minutes to fly from Mumbai to Kochi.

Q: What is the average fare for the flights from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: Rs. 3075 is the average airfare (one way) for the flights from Mumbai to Kochi.

Q: Which are the best-rated hotels to stay in Kochi?

A: Taj Malabar Resort and Spa, Kochi Marriott Hotel, and Casino Hotel - Cgh Earth are a few popular hotels to stay in Kochi.

Q: Which are the top airlines that fly from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: The top airlines operating from Mumbai to Kochi are Air India, IndiGo, AirAsia, GoAir, SpiceJet, and Vistara.

Q: When is the first flight from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: The first early morning flight from Mumbai to Kochi is at 05:30 operated by Air India.

Q: When is the last flight from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: The last flight from Mumbai to Kochi is at 23:20 by IndiGo.

Q: Which are the airlines that operate direct flights from Mumbai to Kochi?

A: Air India, IndiGo, AirAsia, GoAir, SpiceJet and Vistara. are some of the airlines which operate direct flights from Mumbai to Kochi.

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Mumbai Airport Info

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM), Mumbai, India.

Kochi Airport Info

Cochin International Airport (COK), Ernakulam, India.

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