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About Mumbai

Mumbai (officially known as Bombay until 1995) is the capital city of Maharashtra, an Indian state. With a population of almost 20 million people. Mumbai is located on India’s west coast, on the Konkan coast, and boasts a deep natural harbor. Mumbai was named an alpha world city in 2008.

The Elephanta Caves, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, and the city’s distinctive ensemble of Victorian and Art Deco buildings created in the 19th and 20th centuries are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Mumbai is the country’s financial, commercial, and entertainment capital. It is also one of the top ten financial centers in the world, accounting for 6.16 percent of India’s GDP and 25 percent of industrial output, 70 percent of marine trade (Mumbai Port Trust and JNPT), and 70 percent of capital transactions. Mumbai has the eighth-largest number of billionaires of any city on the planet, and its billionaires had the world’s highest average worth in 2008. Important financial institutions and the corporate offices of major Indian and multinational enterprises are located in the city.

Mumbai Airport

The principal international airport servicing Mumbai, Maharashtra, India is Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (IATA: BOM, ICAO: VABB) (IATA: BOM, ICAO: VABB). After Delhi, it is the country’s second busiest airport in terms of total and international passenger traffic, and in calendar year 2019, it was Asia’s 14th busiest airport and the world’s 41st busiest airport by passenger traffic. In 2018, it had a passenger flow of around 49.8 million. In terms of freight traffic, it is also the second busiest airport. In March 2017, the airport surpassed London’s Gatwick Airport as the busiest single-runway airport in the world.  The airport’s IATA code, BOM, stands for “Bombay,” the city’s previous official name.

T1 and T2 are the two terminals at the Mumbai airport. Domestic passengers are served by Terminal 1, while international services, as well as domestic operations by several Indian airlines, are served by Terminal 2.

Currently there are 6 airlines that fly directly to Mumbai from Dubai i.e.  IndiGo, Emirates, fly Dubai, Air India, Air-India Express and SpiceJet.

Mumbai Airport Facilities

To make your journey memorable, CSMIA offers a blend of essential and heartwarming services. Most of these can be explored on the Airports Website. Comfortable and ambient lounges with well-managed amenities, assistance, information, and advice to passengers with special needs at various checkpoints throughout the airport, free Wi-Fi services, well-equipped Airport Medical Centers with doctors and paramedics, as well as fully equipped ICU ambulances, and a play area that is free of charge, easy to access, and well-attended by trained assistants, round the clock are some of the most notable services provided by the airport.

Frequently Aske Questions - Dubai to Mumbai Flights

Flights between Dubai and Mumbai have resumed. There are more than 5 flights flying directly to Mumbai from Dubai on a daily basis

There is currently only one main airport in Mumbai. Juhu Airport is small airport operating in Juhu, Mumbai.

Airport name          Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

IATA                          BOM

ICAO                         VABB

Location                   Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

No. of Terminals     2

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A direct flight is generally 3h 0m long.

The months of October to February are the finest for visiting Mumbai because the weather is beautiful and great for exploring and sightseeing. During this season, the temperature ranges from 10 to 35 degrees Celsius. During the monsoon season, which runs from June to September, Mumbai receives a lot of rain.

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The amount of baggage one can carry depends on the airline your ticket has been booked on. But Your baggage information can also be found on your ticket or you can go check the airline you are traveling on to see specific baggage details.

You will board your flight at Dubai International Airport and deboard at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

Visit our web check-in page, you will be asked to select your upcoming Dubai to Mumbai Flight Trip. Enter your PNR number and Last name and also select the seat of your choice. Some seats are free and some are paid. You can now even book your meals on Akbar Travels.

Dubai to Mumbai Summarized Flight Info

Aerial Distance 1928 kilometers
Weekly Flights 40+ direct flights
Direct Flights IndiGo, Emirates, fly Dubai, Air India, Air-India Express and SpiceJet.
Direct Flight Duration 3h 0m
Airport Code DUBAI - DXB MUMBAI - BOM
Airports
Departure Dubai International Airport
Arrival Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

Top Tourist Spots

Gateway of India: The Gateway of India, which stands proudly on the banks of the Arabian Sea in the Apollo Bunder waterfront district, is one of Mumbai’s most popular and revered sights. The 26-meter basalt archway was created as a welcome gesture for King George V and Queen Mary when they visited British India in 1911. It combines the architectural forms of Roman triumphal arches with traditional Hindu and Muslim patterns. Ironically, the last British troops left India via this archway in 1948, when the country achieved independence from the United Kingdom.

Bollywood Tour: Since the 1930s, when the Bombay Talkies movie studio was created in the city, Bollywood, India’s largest film industry, has been anchored in Mumbai. Every year, Bollywood produces over to 1,000 films, ranging from historical epics to curry westerns to courtesan films.

On a full-day private Bollywood tour, you can get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at this blockbuster machine.

Ancient Caves on Elephanta Island: Elephanta Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Mumbai Harbor, is a popular day trip from the major metropolis of Mumbai. The site contains rock-cut cave temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. The archeological masterpiece, which is around 1,600 years old, is made up of a collection of temples arranged in a maze-like mandala design.

Kanheri Caves: While Mumbai may appear to be a gleaming, modern metropolis at first glance, it also contains some historic sites that will leave you speechless. Spend a day exploring the Kanheri Caves in Sanjay Gandhi National Park, a collection of structures carved out of basalt strata roughly 2,000 years ago. Large stupas, meeting places, and prayer halls can be found inside the 109 cave entrances, indicating that this was once a significant Buddhist site. On the ceiling of cave 34, look for the Buddha’s incomplete paintings.

Mahalakshmi Temple: The Mahalakshmi Temple is one of Mumbai’s most famous and oldest temples. This temple, dedicated to Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of riches, draws crowds through its elaborate entrance and into the shrine where the statue is kept. Other deities with gold jewelry, such as Tridevi (the patron deity of music and education) and Kali (the goddess of destruction), will be visible to visitors. Visit the Haji Ali Dargah, a floating Muslim shrine about a 15-minute walk from the Mahalakshmi Temple, for another spiritual experience.