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HomeDomestic Flights > New Delhi to Mumbai Flights

New Delhi to Mumbai Flights

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About Mumbai

Popularly known as the City of Dreams, Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) 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.  

About Mumbai Airport

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is the prime airport serving the island city of Mumbai and its surrounding areas.

The Mumbai airport won the 'Best Airport in India and Central Asia' award at the Skytrax 2016 World Airport Awards. It is also the second largest airport in India in terms of passenger volume.

The Mumbai airport has two main passenger terminals - T1, T2.

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Places to visit in Mumbai

The Gateway of India

This is the most popular and recognised monument in the city of Mumbai and was constructed to commemorate the visit of King George V & Queen Mary to the city in 1924. The last of the British troops departed from here, which marked the end of British rule when India acquired independence in 1947. When approaching the city from the sea route, the Gateway of India is the first thing that visitors can see. It is located on the waterfront in Colaba, the south of Mumbai.

Haji Ali Dargah

The Haji Ali Dargah is unique in its own way, as it is only accessible during a low tide from a narrow, 500 yard long walkway. The Dargah is both a mosque and tomb. In 1431, a wealthy Muslim merchant and Sufi saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari built this iconic Dargah which is situated in the middle of the ocean. It is located in the central part of Mumbai, off the coast of Worli.

Elephanta Caves

The ancient rock-cut caves of Elephanta are a worth visit if you are in Mumbai. One can witness some impressive sculptures and beautiful artwork. The magnificent main cave, is devoted to Lord Shiva, it also became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in1987. Getting there is fun, as you have to take a ferry, a boat-ride from the Gateway of India. It is located 10 km (6 miles) east of Mumbai.

Marine Drive

Also called as the Queen's necklace, it appears to be a string of pearls, when viewed from a certain height during night. Marine Drive is a gorgeous laid-out boulevard, along the coastline of Arabian Sea in South Mumbai. It is built in an inverted C-shape, stretches up to 3 km. It is one of the most beautiful sunset point, you would ever witness.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) is the most important railway station in the city and in the network of railways spread across Mumbai. This railway station connects Mumbai to most parts of the country, mostly Northern, Eastern and Southern India. The place was designed by Fredrick Willian Stevens in 1888. It has characteristics of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture. CST has been accredited as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

About Delhi

Delhi is a city that is a perfect example of the past, present and the future. From the threadlike lanes and overfilled bazaars of Old or Puraani Delhi to the remains of lost empires, magnificent forts and eminent gardens — it's a city straight-up in history. The contemporary New Delhi is the country's administrative capital and is an excellent exhibit of the British-era architecture. The future is displayed in Gurugram (also known as Gurgaon), a city of glamorous malls, sky-high corporate spaces, and it also the second largest IT hub in India.

Delhi owns three UNESCO World Heritage Sites - the marvellous Red Fort, the Qutub Minar and Humayun's Tomb, a 16th century precursor to the Taj Mahal.

Apart from the ancient ruins and historical monuments, Delhi offers wonderful experiences of munching, shopping and having fun. The city's urbane culture is visible in its local marketplaces, high-street shopping destinations, contradistinctive cuisines and dazzling nightlife.

Delhi is a part of the famous Golden Triangle tour route, which also includes Agra and Jaipur. It is usually the starting point of the tour.

Roaming around in Delhi is quite simple and hassle-free. With a gigantic fleet of both AC and non-AC buses, radio taxis and of course, the popular metro; there are a lot of convenient options available to travel in the city. A Delhi metro line also links to the Indira Gandhi International Airport. 

FAQs

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

A: On average around 70 non-stop flights fly from New Delhi to Mumbai every day.

Q: What is the flight duration from New Delhi to Mumbai?

A: It takes an approximate of 2 hours and 10 minutes to fly from New Delhi to Mumbai.

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

A: Rs. 2293 is the average airfare (one way) for the flights from New Delhi to Mumbai.

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

A: Trident, St. Regis, and The Taj Mahal Place are a few popular hotels to stay in Mumbai.

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

A: The top airlines operating from New Delhi to Mumbai are Air Asia, Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara.

Q: When is the first flight from New Delhi to Mumbai?

A: The first flight from New Delhi to Mumbai is at 02:40 operated by GoAir.

Q: When is the last flight from New Delhi to Mumbai?

A: The last flight from New Delhi to Mumbai is at 23:00 by Air India.

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

A: Air Asia, Air India, GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Vistara are some airlines which operate direct flights from New Delhi to Mumbai.

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Delhi Airport Info

Delhi Airport (DEL), New Delhi, India.

Mumbai Airport Info

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

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