Flights from Muscat to Mumbai

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Here you can compare cheap flights from Muscat (MCT) 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: Vistara
Most travellers looking for flights on the route from Muscat to Mumbai decide to book with Vistara.
43 %
IndiGo Airlines
21 %
14 %
Direct flights are cheaper
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are £242.00 cheaper on this route.
non stop flight
1 stop
02h 45min
26h 00min
The favourite connection is non-stop
Flights from Muscat to Mumbai are most frequently booked as a direct flight.
Direct flights
02h 45min, from £173
81 %
1 stopover Dubai
26h 00min, from £415
15 %
1 stopover Abu Dhabi
07h 10min, from £415
4 %

Useful information about the flight from Muscat to Mumbai

Explore Mumbai

Although noisy, Mumbai retains an unmissable spiritual and humble way of life. The sprawling Indian metropolis is an entrancing city of extremes; it welcomes visitors with a wide a variety of Gothic spires and gargoyles. Mumbai is home to a number of notable attractions, including the Gateway of India monument, Nehru Centre Planetarium and the Rajabai Tower. It also features sassy cocktail bars and nightclubs for a vibrant nightlife. Locals dressed in strappy tops and kitten heels mingle with visitors in glamorous hotspots like Colaba and Bandra. The city's restaurants are a good source of exquisite Indian cuisine, such as tangy bhel poori and pav bhaji.

Best months for Mumbai

Although throngs of tourists travel to Mumbai year-round, the period between October and March is certainly the best time to visit. At this time of year, visitors will appreciate the pleasant, less humid weather. However, the monsoon months of June to September turn the city into an urban wetland. On the other hand, Mumbai is a hive of activity between late August and early September. The metropolis hosts the Ganesh Chaturthi - a 10-day mega festival. The magnificent event is held in honor of the elephant-headed Ganesha. You will captivated by the huge colourful processions of locals carrying idols of Lord Ganesha.

Mumbai advice

Avoid carrying cash and other valuables, such as passports when exploring the city. Rather, lock valuables in a safe at the hotel. Travelling in groups is highly advisable, particularly in quieter parts of town. Visitors to India are required to possess a passport with at least two blank pages; it should be valid for at least six months. Travellers from different parts of the world must apply for a visa, which is subject to a non-refundable service charge.


Some local information

All international flights arriving in Mumbai land at the Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport. You can reach the city centre from the airport by bus, taxi or train. The bus service runs between the airport and Colaba (South Mumbai), Fountain as well as the Fort districts of the Mumbai Metropolitan Area. Taxicab transfers operate on a fixed fare basis. They consist of the air-conditioned (blue) and the non-air-conditioned (black and yellow) taxis. Mumbai boasts a wide variety of accommodation options suitable for varying budgets and preferences. Book well in advance to avoid costly last minute arrangements through agents.

Flight information: Muscat - Mumbai

Outbound and return from £149.92
Flight duration min. 02:35
Return flight duration min. 02:50/ max. 03:10
Distance 1592 km
Flights per week 40
Departure airport Airport Muscat Seeb (MCT)
Departure country Flights from Oman
Arrival airport Airport Mumbai (Bombay) (BOM)
Destination country Flights to India
Alternative routes to India