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Mumbai is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It was earlier known as Bombay and hence its IATA code also is BOM. There is a good blend of cultures and lifestyle here. Mumbai is the city where the Bollywood resides. Indian Cinema has gone to another level in these times and is competing very well with international movies. The city is the centre for arts, theatre, music, dance and culture. It is dynamic and throws an everlasting memory in your mind, once visited. The Marine Drive, the Film City, Gateway of India, the Sea link, Juhu Beach and the houses of a few famous actors of Bollywood are some of its popular places to visit.

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Mumbai flight schedule

Various non-stop flights connect to this capital city, and the connectivity all over the nation is good. A few cheap flights to Mumbai that connect to different other cities in India are numbered below.

  • Delhi to Mumbai: There are eighteen Delhi to Mumbai flights which take approximately two hours to reach the destination. There are no connecting flights between the two cities which make the travel more comfortable. The aerial distance between the two cities is 1163 km.
  • Bengaluru to Mumbai: There are fifteen Bengaluru to Mumbai flights. The time taken is for one hour and forty minutes. The aerial distance between the two cities is 981 km.
  • Chennai to Mumbai: Covering a distance of 1040 km, there is very good connectivity between the two stations. There are many Chennai to Mumbai flights that are run by IndiGo. The non-stop flight takes one hour and fifty-five minutes. The connecting flights have a stopover at Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad or Kochi.
  • Ahmedabad to Mumbai: The aerial distance between Ahmedabad and Mumbai is 443 km. There are six non-stop Ahmedabad to Mumbai flights that take one hour and thirty minutes.

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Mumbai – The city of dreams

Mumbai, often referred to as the "City of Dreams," is a bustling metropolis on the west coast of India. It is the capital of the state of Maharashtra and the country's financial, commercial, and entertainment hub. With a rich and diverse cultural heritage, Mumbai is a melting pot of traditions, languages, and cuisines.

The city is renowned for its iconic landmarks like the Gateway of India, Marine Drive, and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, reflecting a blend of colonial and contemporary architecture. Mumbai's vibrant street life, Bollywood film industry, and thriving culinary scene make it an exciting and dynamic place to explore, attracting people from all walks of life.

Places to visit in Mumbai

There's no need for an introduction to Mumbai. It is home to the Gateway of India, the luxury Taj Mahal Hotel and breathtaking Marine Drive. Mumbai is a major city in Maharashtra, and it's one of India's most visited cities. Well, some of the best places to visit in Mumbai are listed below. 

  • Gateway of India: This arch-monument was built in the early 20th century, and it was built to welcome King George V and Queen Mary. There is also a considerable significance in the architecture of this magnificent building. The building is distinguished by its three distinct architectural styles: Hindu, Islamic and European Gothic. It's a great combination that makes the Gateway of India worthwhile to visit.
  • Elephanta Caves: The Elephanta Caves, which is located on an island with a similar name, is one of the most interesting places to visit in Mumbai. A 40-minute ferry ride from the Gateway of India, it dates back to 600 A.D. Thus, it is under the UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll see the stone sculptures of Buddhist and Hindu gods here. The amazing craftsmanship is a real wonder, which makes this place very desirable to visit.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: In Mumbai, the main railway station is Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. Its gothic architecture, which has a distinctive and appealing character, is what makes it an icon. It has such an appeal that in 2004 it was recognized as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Even though it's a rail terminal, you have to sigh when you see the great architecture of this building.
  • Marine Drive: Taking a walk along Marine Drive is one of the things that you've got to do in Mumbai. The stretch of three kilometres is located at the heart of south Mumbai, where you'll find Portuguese inspired houses, statues, fountains situated in the middle of roundabouts. The perfect place to walk, take a stroll at night, see the sunset and catch some air in the cool breeze of the Arabian Sea is Marine Drive.
  • Haji Ali Shrine: This religious site is located in south Mumbai and one of the best features of Haji Ali Shrine is its location. It adds to its charm that it is located on Worli's coast, several hundred yards from the mainland and connected with a bridge. There's also a mosque built completely with marble, and there are some lovely paintings of mirrors here. The architecture of the shrine draws many visitors, even if it isn't for religious reasons.

Best time to visit Mumbai

The best time to visit Mumbai is during the winter months, from November to February. During this period, the city experiences cooler and more pleasant weather making it an ideal time for tourists to explore Mumbai's vibrant culture, historical landmarks, and beautiful coastline. Additionally, many festivals and events take place during this season, adding to the city's festive atmosphere. However, it's essential to keep in mind that winter is also the peak tourist season, so be prepared for larger crowds and higher prices for accommodations and flights.

Mumbai Airport

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is located within the city, across the suburbs of Santacruz and Sahar Village in Vile Parle East. The IATA code for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is BOM.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the official name of Mumbai Airport?

The official name of Mumbai's international airport is Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSIA), while the domestic airport is known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport.

How far is Mumbai Airport from the city centre?

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is approximately 25-30 kilometres from the city centre, depending on your destination within Mumbai.

Is there a domestic and international terminal at Mumbai Airport?

Yes, Mumbai Airport has separate terminals for domestic and international flights. Terminal 1 (T1) handles domestic flights, while Terminal 2 (T2) is used for international and select domestic flights.

What are the transportation options available from the airport to the city?

Travellers can choose from various transportation options, including prepaid taxis, app-based ride-sharing services, auto-rickshaws, and the Mumbai suburban railway. The airport also has car rental services and shuttle buses.

Is there a duty-free shopping area at Mumbai Airport?

Yes, both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 have duty-free shopping areas where travellers can purchase a wide range of goods, including electronics, clothing, jewellery, and souvenirs.

What are the dining options at Mumbai Airport?

Mumbai Airport has a variety of restaurants, cafes, and fast-food outlets offering Indian and international cuisine. Travellers can find options for vegetarian and non-vegetarian meals.

Can I exchange currency at the airport?

Yes, currency exchange counters and ATMs are available at both terminals for currency exchange and cash withdrawal.

Are there facilities for passengers with special needs or disabilities?

Yes, Mumbai Airport provides facilities for passengers with special needs, including accessible restrooms, ramps, elevators, and dedicated assistance services.

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