Flights from Bahrain to Mumbai

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Here you can compare cheap flights from Bahrain (BAH) to Mumbai (BOM) for one-way or return trips. The following offers were searched for and found on idealo during the last few days. Or start your own flight search to Mumbai. Prices and availability may change at any time.

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Favourite airline: Oman Air
The most popular airline for flights from Bahrain to Mumbai is Oman Air.
Oman Air
63 %
20 %
Air Arabia
10 %
Favourite connection: via Muscat
The most popular flights on this route are via Muscat and are booked by 63 % of all travellers.
1 stopover Muscat Seeb
11h 10min, from £254
63 %
1 stopover Dubai
11h 35min, from £291
20 %
1 stopover Sharjah
22h 30min, from £335
10 %

Useful information about the flight from Bahrain to Mumbai

A colourful and eclectic city

Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is exciting and exotic. Fast paced and energetic, this populous city has a lot to offer. Take your pick and explore the unique cuisine, interesting markets and bazaars, or stunning architecture. Mumbai's energy is exhilarating and contagious.

Best months to go  

There are three major seasons in Mumbai: summer, monsoon, and winter. The months between November and February offer the best temperatures and weather for tourists. The maximum temperature is usually around 30° C with lows around 17° C. Monsoon season is between June and September, it is best to avoid travel during this time. Mumbai has holidays and festivals throughout the year that are celebrated with vigor. Holi Festival, also called Spring Festival, is observed at the full moon in March. The arrival of spring is celebrated along with the anticipation of summer. The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the birthday of Lord Ganesha between middle of August to middle of September. The festival of lights, Diwali, brings candles, fireworks and festivals in October.

Important information before you travel

When travelling to Mumbai a visa is needed and is available from the Indian High Commission. Average living costs are much lower in India and a budget meal will cost around 200 Indian rupees (approximately £2). Please check on vaccines and boosters - recommended are: Hepatitis A, Tetanus, and Typhoid. Many tourists avoid drinking the tap water and stick to boiled, fried food and peel vegetables and fruit. Be aware there is a significant amount of smog in the dry season, which can be unpleasant.

Local facts about transport and hotels

The Mumbai airport is approximately 28km from Bombay city centre. There are prepaid taxis available priced between about 450 and 600 Rupees. Getting around Mumbai is relatively cheap with a minimum fare around 21 rupees for the first 1.5km and then 1 rupee for every additional 100 meters. A bus day pass will cost approximately 70 rupees. You will need a Smart photo ID card for the bus pass. Be aware that suburban bus trains can be very crowded at rush hour. There is a variety of accommodation options including budget guest houses located in South Mumbai, Colaba, or near railway stations. If you are looking to stay in Mumbai, accommodation can be more expensive compared to the rest of India. A hostel room is approximately 250 rupees and a 3 star hotel is about 4000 rupees.

Flight information: Bahrain - Mumbai

Outbound and return from £352.50
Flight duration min. 03:30 / max. 03:40
Return flight duration min. 03:50/ max. 03:55
Distance 2415 km
Flights per week 20
Departure airport Airport Bahrain (BAH)
Departure country Flights from Bahrain
Arrival airport Airport Mumbai (Bombay) (BOM)
Destination country Flights to India
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