India has a well developed, multi-modal transportation system, which connects all parts of the country. Major cities and urban agglomerations are connected by major and minor airports, most of them are also international airports. Hyderabad, a city known for being a hub of IT industry, is connected to the financial and entertainment centre, Mumbai, via flights. Mumbai to Hyderabad flights provide easiest and quickest means of reaching this city, which is home to many heritage attractions as well. A few to name are Charminar, Ramoji Film City, Falaknuma Palace, Golkonda Fort and Hussain Sagar Lake complex. Good air-based connectivity from Mumbai has contributed to rapid development and economic growth of this city.
Details of Mumbai to Hyderabad Air Services
Flight distance between Mumbai and Hyderabad is only about 620 km and it takes about 1 hour 20 minutes to cover this distance on non-stop flights. At present, four Indian carriers namely, Air India
, Jet Airways
operate on this route, thereby providing passengers the option to travel either on low cost carriers or full-service ones. With about 20 daily non-stop Mumbai to Hyderabad flights, operating at almost all times of the day, Hyderabad is easily accessible. The first such flight by Spicejet Airlines is operated at 5:20 am and the next one of Jet Airways is scheduled to fly just after 15 minutes, at 5:35 am. The last flight of the day, operated by Spicejet, leaves Mumbai airport or Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM) at 10:30 pm. There are no late night flights on this route.
Since airfares can vary widely from one time to another and from one carrier to the other, passengers shall choose carefully as per their convenience. Occasional deals and discounts offered by airlines and leading online travel portals can also be availed by travellers.
Apart from non-stop flights, there are many direct and connecting flights which have 1 or 2 intermediary stops. Connectivity via Delhi, Bangalore or Chennai is most common by domestic airlines whereas international carrier route the flights through their respective hubs in their country. Hence, these Mumbai to Hyderabad flights are generally costlier than non-stop ones and take longer to reach their destination. Passengers are advised to take note of the intermediary stopover locations, layover times and the duration taken to reach the destination while booking tickets.
Connectivity to Nearby Cities of Hyderabad
Though Hyderabad itself is a major tourist and business destination, there are a number of places of interest and business centres close-by where people from Mumbai and adjoining regions prefer to travel. Rajiv Gandhi International Airport or Hyderabad International Airport (HYD) was constructed in 2008 to replace the old one at Begumpet. Being a major airport in this region, it serves air-transport needs of the people living in and around this city, such as in Kurnool, Vijayawada, Guntur, Kakinada and others. As passenger traffic is expected to increase in future, its Terminal 1 (T1) has been developed to handle a capacity of 14 million passengers in a year. This will later be expanded to 18 million passengers.
Travellers expecting to fly on Mumbai to Hyderabad flights can book tickets online with Yatra.com. Passengers can check flight schedule
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