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Where we find the cheapest flights to Mumbai from Delhi

Mumbai and Delhi are India’s largest cities, each with a population of over 18 million residents. Both are the wealthiest cities in the country and its economic engines. Mumbai is India’s financial and commercial capital, with the country’s most important financial institutions such as the Reserve Bank, the Bombay Stock Exchange, the Securities and Exchange Board of India, located here.

Delhi is the capital of India and the seat of its central government. It is known for being India’s largest retail market for every kind of product imaginable, with markets going back to several centuries. Delhi is an important tourist destination due to its history and status. Some of India’s best-known symbols, such as the Red Fort, the Qutb Minar, India Gate, the Jama Masjid are found here.

Mumbai is known worldwide as the home of Bollywood – India’s Hindi film industry. It one of the largest centres of film production in the world with about 400 films made every year at the Dadasaheb Phalke Chitra Nagari (Film City). Bollywood movies are popular for their ‘Masala’ genre: films that freely mix action, comedy, romance, music and drama into a single story.

Delhi is served by the Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). It is the busiest airport in India, followed only by Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM). With more than 65 departures each way, the Mumbai-Delhi route is the third busiest in the world carrying over 7 million passengers annually.

The largest operators between Mumbai and Delhi (with the number of daily departures each way) are IndiGo (18), Air India (18), Vistara (13), SpiceJet (10) and GoAir (9). The demand for these flights is ever-increasing, even when Mumbai airport struggles to open more slots and facilitate parking.

The Gateway of India in Mumbai. Photo by Gursikander, via Wikimedia Commons

The cheapest return flights for this month

Below are some of the best deals is you are flying between Delhi and Mumbai in the next 30 days. You can sort the tables by Price, Dates and Airlines by hitting the table-headers.

Delhi to Mumbai (DEL-BOM): the next 30 days

Mumbai to Delhi (BOM-DEL): the next 30 days

Airlines Flight number Departure date Return date Stops Price

UK 924

Nov 20, 2019

Nov 20, 2019

Direct

9 699

 

The cheapest return flights for the year ahead

If your plans for travel are further down the year, make sure to bookmark this page and visit again often. You can sort the tables by Price, Dates and Airlines by hitting the table-headers.

Delhi to Mumbai (DEL-BOM): the next 365 days

  

Mumbai to Delhi (BOM-DEL): the next 365 days

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The Lotus Temple, a Bahá’í house of worship in New Delhi. Photo by A.Savin, via Wikimedia Commons

Mumbai Airport

Mumbai is served by the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM). It is located mostly in Vile Parle, but also expands out into Andheri East in the North and Santa Cruz East in the South. It is India's second busiest airport after Delhi in terms of both passenger and cargo traffic, handling around 950 aircraft movements per day, and more than 49 million passengers per year.

Mumbai Airport has two terminals: Terminal 1 in Santa Cruz for domestic flights and Terminal 2 in Andheri for both International and Domestic flights. It serves more than 45 cities Internationally and 58 cities in India. The most popular destinations from Mumbai are to Delhi (DEL), Bengaluru (BLR) and Hyderabad (HYD). Dubai (DXB) is the most popular international destination from Mumbai, followed by Bangkok (BKK), Abu Dhabi (AUH) and Singapore (SIN).

While taxis are readily found just outside the terminal exits, public transport is also available via buses in the same area, taking you to the train stations on the main line, and bus depots in Sion and Ghatkopar.

A secondary airport to Mumbai's CSIA (BOM) is currently being constructed in Navi Mumbai (NMIA). Multiple delays have pushed back the airport's expected opening to 2021.

The next closet fully operational airport is at Pune (PNQ) which is approximately 160km south east of Mumbai.

Delhi Airport

The Indra Gandhi International Airport (DEL) in Delhi is India's busiest airport, handling close to 70 million passengers annually. It is served by 74 airlines that fly to 66 domestic and 68 international destinations around the world. Domestic travel is the most popular Delhi airport. The most important destinations are Mumbai (BOM), Bengaluru (BLR), Kolkata (CCU) and Hyderabad (HYD).

Delhi Airport is spread over an area of 5 thousand acres. Further expansion and upgrades are proposed to bring its capacity to handle 100 million passengers annually by the next ten years. There are three passenger terminals, out of which two are scheduled for demolition and upgrades. Terminal 3 is the newest and the biggest terminal in operation. All international airlines and domestic airlines such as Air India, Vistara, IndiGo and SpiceJet operate from here.

The airport is directly connected to the Delhi Metro at Terminal 3. Several buses provide connections from here to the centre of the city, with some shuttling between major hotels. You can also book a pre-paid taxi to your destination, by buying a voucher from prepaid booths, operated directly by Delhi Police.

Delhi has a secondary airport being developed at Hindon (HDX) in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, but as of writing, it serves only two destinations to Hubli (VDX) and Pithoragarh (IDX). The date of commencement for full operations has on several occasions, been pushed back due to security concerns.

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