Flights to Mumbai

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Last minute flights to Mumbai

Departure Thu, 23 Mar Return Sun, 02 Apr
LHR London
BOM Mumbai
return from £330
Departure Tue, 28 Mar Return Fri, 07 Apr
MAN Manchester
BOM Mumbai
return from £377
Departure Mon, 17 Apr Return Thu, 20 Apr
GLA Glasgow
BOM Mumbai
return from £372
Departure Sat, 01 Apr Return Mon, 10 Apr
NBO Nairobi
BOM Mumbai
return from £298
Popular flight routes to Mumbai
London - Mumbai
return from £317
Manchester - Mumbai
return from £404
Glasgow - Mumbai
return from £552
Stuttgart - Mumbai
return from £461
Humberside - Mumbai
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Nuremberg - Mumbai
return from £460

Trips to Mumbai

Mumbai travel

A rich heritage, colourful history, prolific movie industry, fantastic cuisine, festivals and much more await visitors to the city of Mumbai. Its history began with the formation of the seven islands (Mumbai included) that once belonged to the Kingdom of Ashoka. When its king died, ownership of the kingdom was passed on to different rulers. It suffered during WWII and went through reconstruction. Today, Mumbai is a prosperous city and is considered the business capital of India. With a daunting combination of a rich cultural legacy and modernisation, it is understandable that many travellers flock to the metropolis making the number of flights to Mumbai increase dramatically.

Things to do and places to see in Mumbai

Mumbai offers many interesting attractions for holidaymakers and business visitors, it is not an easy choice to decide which ones to do first. Marvel at historic monuments, gape at ornate buildings and tour museums. Try delicious street food or dine in splendour at a fancy restaurant. From colourful movies to sombre temples, there is something for every type of traveller on cheap flights to Mumbai.

When visiting Mumbai, be sure to:

  • See the Indo-Sarasenic arch at the Gateway to India
  • Hop over to the island mausoleum of Haji Ali Dargah.
  • Visit the sculpted Elephanta Caves on Elephanta Island
  • Tour the Kanheri Caves, which are monuments carved out of rocks
  • Spend a day at Girgaum Chowpatty beach
  • Walk around the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, an art and history museum
  • Pay homage to Lord Ganesha, a Hindu deity, at the temple of Shree Siddhivinayak Ganapati Mandir
  • Look at the world's biggest laundromat at the Dhobi Ghat
  • Book a bird-watching tour to see the impressive migration of pink flamingos
  • Party till you drop at Mumbai's clubs and discos
  • Do something unusual and pay a visit to the Chor Bazaar or Thieves Market where goods are assumed to be stolen
  • Eat traditional fare at a restaurant, cafe or from street vendors
  • Watch an entertaining Hindi movie
Mumbai

Mumbai airports

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is the main airport serving the metropolis and the second busiest airport in India; it was formerly known as the Sahar International Airport. The airport has two terminals to handle passengers on trips to Mumbai. CSIA processes 45 domestic and 44 international destinations. In addition, there are banks and ATMs, lounges, play zones, postal services, prayers and meditation rooms, restaurants, parking facilities and a medical centre at the CSIA.

  • Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

    Top airlines

    The top carriers at the CSIA are the following: Air India Limited, British Airways and Jet Airways.

    Location

    The airport is located roughly 28km from the city centre.

    Transport options

    The airport offers access to taxis and car rentals. There is no bus that goes directly to the airport from downtown. Instead, buses can take you to the train stations closest to the airport. Trains are other options to get to the city centre, but be advised that they can get crowded. There is also no train station inside the CSIA. Hence, connection may be done by rickshaw, taxi or bus. Transfer between terminals is free using a courtesy shuttle bus operated by the airport.