Mumbai to Kuwait Flights Details
Kuwait is a small country on the Persian Gulf, sharing its borders with Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The population of Kuwait is mostly expatriates, including Arabs, Indians and Egyptians. The country is known for its historical monuments, prehistoric ruins, modern architecture and oil-based economy. India has good air connectivity with Kuwait as a number of flights operate from its different cities on a daily or weekly basis. Flights also operate from Mumbai, the western port city, which is a well-known economic centre and home to the biggest film industry in the world. People from Mumbai and other nearby regions visit Kuwait as tourists, for business purposes, as immigrants and for meeting their near and dear ones. Mumbai to Kuwait flights help meet the commuting needs of these people.
Flight Options Kuwait can be reached from Mumbai by using non-stop and connecting flights. The former take the shortest time and provide quick connectivity, but these might not always be the cheapest ones. Passengers looking for cheaper fares can broaden their search. Yatra.com helps in searching for the right flights online through its website or mobile application. Non-stop flights are provided by Kuwait Airways and Jet Airways, whereas more than 190 connecting flights are provided by a number of airlines. The most noteworthy among these are Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, Emirates, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, Air India and Saudia. All of these are full-service carriers that give travellers the choice of travelling in economy, business or first class. The only low-cost carrier, operating Mumbai to Kuwait flights, is flydubai, with a single stop in Dubai.
Average Cost Tickets to Kuwait from Mumbai can be bought for as low as approximately INR 9000 on Yatra.com. There are a number of flight options for a ticket price, less than INR 20000 per passenger for economy class. If passengers choose to travel in business or first class, then the one-way ticket prices generally begin from INR 22000 and INR 110000, respectively. To reduce the fares further, passengers can use the mobile application of Yatra.com to book tickets or its eCash services to keep money in an online wallet for future travel. They can even reserve Mumbai to Kuwait flights with hotels in Kuwait or buy a comprehensive, all-inclusive holiday package to get more deals.
Flight Schedule Passengers, looking for the earliest flight of the day, can board the one operated by Jet Airways and Kuwait Airways, combined, at 1:40 am. However, it takes about 15 hours to reach Kuwait after a 10-hour stopover in Dubai. The shortest one is the first daily non-stop flight from Qatar Airways that flies at 5:50 am and takes about 4 hours 30 minutes to reach Kuwait. Jet Airways operates the other two daily non-stop flights of the same duration in the evening at 6:55 pm and 9:45 pm. Mumbai to Kuwait flights also have layover destinations at the hubs of the operating carriers. Emirates and flydubai stop in Dubai, Gulf Air in Bahrain, Qatar Airways in Doha, and Etihad in Abu Dhabi. Travellers must check the stopover destinations en route and their duration before booking tickets.
Other Options Kuwait City does not have any other international civilian airport which could serve as an alternative to Kuwait International Airport (KWI). On the other hand, there is an alternative to Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM), Pune International Airport (PNQ), from where passengers can book flights to Kuwait City.