Cheap Flights from Mumbai to New Delhi (BOM - DEL)
Flight information Mumbai to New Delhi
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 708 miles
This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Mumbai to Delhi
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport serves Mumbai, and has two terminals. Air India, Air India Regional, Jet Airways and Vistara flights depart from terminal 2. SpiceJet, GoAir and IndiGo leave from terminal 1B. Wi-Fi is available in all passenger areas of the airport. Other facilities include a children's play area, prayer rooms and postal services.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Indira Gandhi International Airport serves Delhi. IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir all land at the domestic terminal. Air India, Air India Regional, Jet Airways and Vistara all land at terminal 3, the main terminal. The easiest way to reach the city centre is by Metro Express Train to the New Delhi Metro Station. This journey takes 20 minutes and costs INR 60*. Buses also run between the city and the airport, 24 hours a day. This journey is longer at 50 minutes but cheaper at INR 50*. There is an INR 25* charge for luggage, however. Prepaid taxis are available from the booths in the arrival hall.
If you're planning to hire a car at Delhi Airport you'll need to take the free inter-terminal shuttle to the main terminal: unless your flight lands there, of course. Carzonrent is the only rental agency on-site.
We recommend arriving at the airport no later than 90 minutes before your flight's scheduled departure time. Try to arrive earlier if you have luggage to check in. You don't need a passport to fly domestic in India, you simply need to show some photographic ID. If you're a British citizen travelling around India we do recommend keeping your passport on you at all times, however.
What to expect in Delhi
Delhi is in the same time zone as Mumbai. Prices in Delhi are usually slightly lower, although there are exceptions. For example, dinner for two in a mid-range restaurant in Delhi is about 58p more expensive than in Mumbai, as is a McDonalds meal. A bottle of beer is much cheaper in Delhi, at about £1.70* vs £2.30* in Mumbai. Generally speaking you shouldn't notice much difference in prices.
Delhi has a different climate to Mumbai, with actual seasons. October to March are the coolest months. The average temperature drops to 13°C during January. Temperatures are usually in the mid-to-low 20's for the rest of the season, making this the perfect time to enjoy the 10 best things to see and do in Delhi. From April to September the temperature hovers around the 30°C mark, so if you're visiting during summer make sure your accommodation in Delhi has air conditioning.
*Prices subject to change
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