Flights from Dubai to Mumbai

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Here you can compare cheap flights from Dubai (DXB) 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: Kuwait Airways
The favourite airline for flights from Dubai to Mumbai is Kuwait Airways.
Kuwait Airways
42 %
Vistara
33 %
Emirates
12 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Direct flights on this route are £55.00 cheaper on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
03h 10min
08h 55min
£211
£266
The favourite connection is non-stop
Flights from Dubai to Mumbai are most frequently booked as a direct flight.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
03h 10min, from £211
50 %
1 stopover Kuwait-Kuwait International
08h 55min, from £266
42 %
1 stopover Muscat Seeb
05h 45min, from £304
8 %

Useful information about the flight from Dubai to Mumbai

Consider Magical Mumbai

Once known as Bombay, this densely populated city is famous for bustling streets, open markets and beautiful waterfronts. People visit this Indian paradise for its lakes, parks, religious places of interest and to experience some of the wonderful beaches.


When to Make Your Visit

Travellers may be eager to go, but should remember that from November until February is one of the best times to visit, as temperatures only reach a maximum of 30 degrees Centigrade. Avoid the hot season during the summer and certainly try not to visit during June-September as this is monsoon season. October is a great time to visit. This is the time of Diwali, the festival of light, an amazing sight to behold with a great party atmosphere. In March the last full moon of the month sees the Holi Festival of Colour. Ganesh Chaturthi is in August/September which hosts 10 days of celebrations, parades and more.

Things to Consider Before Travelling

You will need a visa from the Indian High Commission and hepatitis B, typhoid and tetanus vaccines are recommended. Some travellers may also want cholera, hepatitis A, rabies and/or Japanese Encephalitis vaccines. Many people do not drink the tap water, and make sure they keep to boiled, fried food and peel all vegetables and fruit. Smog is very likely during the dry season and may be problematic, especially for those with respiratory problems. Fortunately the cost of living in Mumbai is much cheaper than that in the UK with a budget meal only costing around 200 Rupees, which is about £2.

Local Information and Public Transport

Mumbai airport is approximately 28km from the city centre, you can get a pre-paid taxi for between 450 and 600 Rupees. If you're looking for budget guest houses then South Mumbai, Colaba or places near train stations are the cheapest. Compared with the rest of India, Mumbai is quite expensive for accommodation. A room in a hostel dorm would be around 250 Rupees and a 3 star hotel should cost from around 4000 Rupees. Taxis are a good way to travel and they're cheap at 21 Rupees for the first 1.5km and just 1 Rupee for every 100m after. Avoid suburban trains during rush hour as they get very crowded. If you'd like to travel by bus then you can get a day pass for around 70 Rupees and you'll need a smart photo ID card.

Flight information: Dubai - Mumbai

Outbound and return from £217.84
Flight duration min. 02:55 / max. 03:25
Return flight duration min. 03:10/ max. 03:35
Distance 1928 km
Flights per week 135
Departure airport Airport Dubai (DXB)
Departure country Flights from United Arab Emirates
Arrival airport Airport Mumbai (Bombay) (BOM)
Destination country Flights to India
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