The Delhi-Mumbai flight route is among the busiest routes in the country, with more than 400 weekly flights. It takes a minimum of 2 hours 5 minutes to cover the 1448 km aerial distance between these two cities with a non-stop flight. Besides non-stop flights, a number of direct flights are also operated on this route. Delhi to Mumbai via Ahmedabad, Delhi to Mumbai via Lucknow, Delhi to Mumbai via Kolkata and Delhi to Mumbai via Raipur are just some of these. When Mumbai is not the destination then travellers can book flights from Delhi to Ahmedabad
, Delhi to Bhopal
, Delhi to Lucknow
, Delhi to Raipur
, Delhi to Pune
and Delhi to Kolkata
. The journey duration on direct flights can vary anywhere between 3 hours to 24 hours. Both full-fledged and low cost domestic airlines, namely SpiceJet
, Air India
, Jet Airways
and AirAsia India
offer Delhi to Mumbai flights. Details of Delhi to Mumbai Air Services
The earliest flight, on certain days of the week, on this route departs from Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), Delhi at 3:15 am and reaches Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), Mumbai at 5:25 am. However, on a daily basis, JetLite 5041 and Jet Airways 0332 operate the first flights to Mumbai from Delhi at 7:05 am while SpiceJet operates daily at 7:35 am with flight number 153. Besides these, daily flights on this route are available at 9:45 am, 2 pm, 3:40 pm, 4:10 pm, 4:45 pm, 5:30 pm, 6:25 pm, 6:55 pm, 7:20 pm, 7:45 pm, 9:10 pm and 9:50 pm.
The last flight of the day from Delhi departs at 10:45 pm and reaches Mumbai at 12:55 am. Again, JetLite and Jet Airways operate at this time with flight numbers 5770 and 0304, respectively. The 8:25 am to 11 am and 03:00 pm to 17:40 pm are the two peak time slots, during which most flights operate from Delhi to Mumbai. On this route, the full-fledged carriers offer complimentary in-flight meals while it is a paid affair on low-cost airlines. Connectivity to Nearby Cities of Mumbai
Since Delhi lies close to towns and cities, including Ghaziabad, Noida, Agra, Gurgaon, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Mathura and Alwar, it becomes easier for travellers from these places to catch flights to Mumbai
. Similarly, those planning to travel from Delhi-NCR region to places near Mumbai, such as Navi Mumbai, Shirdi, Alibaug, Thane, Pune, Lonavala, Nashik and Mahabaleshwar can take advantage of the 400 weekly flights between these two cities.
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New Delhi being the national and Mumbai being the commercial capital are the two most visited destinations in India. Hence, their airports receive high traffic from within and outside India, courtesy major airlines.
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