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Cheap Flights to Mumbai from $418 One Way, $421 Round Trip

Prices starting at $421 for return flights and $418 for one-way flights to Mumbai were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Mumbai Flight Data

Destination Airport IATA Code
Destination CityMumbai
Number of Airlines Serving
Flight Price$418
Popular Airline

Deals On This Weekend's Flights

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
EWR Mumbai Jun 5 - Jun 26 $708
EWR Mumbai Jun 5 - Jun 26 $708
JFK Mumbai Jun 6 - Jun 18 $708
ORD Mumbai Jun 5 - Jun 21 $739
LAX Mumbai Jun 6 - Jun 16 $794
SFO Mumbai Jun 7 - Jun 25 $847
YYZ Mumbai Jun 5 - Jun 18 $1,257
*Prices include taxes and fees

Enjoy Your Mumbai Travel

Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is the capital of Maharashtra, a state in India. The city and its surroundings have numerous tourist attractions that include historical buildings, beaches, museums, galleries, parks, zoos and gardens. Shop for cheap flights to Mumbai, and enjoy visiting a variety of fascinating sites.

Mumbai, India

Flights to and from the city are served by Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, which is located 16 miles north of Mumbai at Sahar, Andheri East Mah 400029, Mumbai. Meru, Priyadashani and Forshe are some of the taxi companies that you will find at the airport. Taxis charge approximately Rs160 for a one-way trip from the airport to the city center.

Climate and Attractions

A tour of Mumbai will not be complete without a visit of the Shree Siddhivinayak, which is one of the wealthiest Hindu temples in India. For an amazing recap of Mahatma Gandhi's life, visit the Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum. Gandhi once lived in this two-storey building. Today, the museum hosts a library and a research center showcasing Mahatma's life and struggle to free India from colonization. The Bombay Museum (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya) offers an amazing collection of art and natural history exhibits. The museum also features a magnificent Indo-Saracenic architectural design. Other sites that you should visit include the Haji Ali Mosque, the Bhau Daji Lad Museum and the Hanging Gardens (Ferozeshah Mehta).

Mumbai experiences a tropical monsoon climate and due to its coastal nature, its temperatures stay around 80ºF all year through. However, in spring and summer temperatures soar to 104ºF, and it is best to carry some sunscreen and light clothing if you intend on visiting during this time.

Affordable Travel Plans

Mumbai is a great vacation destination as evidenced by the myriad tourist attraction sites, including historical sites, temples, water parks, theaters, museums, amusement parks, monuments, spas and gardens. Whether you are travelling with friends or family, you can easily get cheap flights to Mumbai at

Mumbai When to Go

Visitors will find the coolest weather and the largest crowds from late fall to early spring (October to February). Hotels fill up fast this time of year, so be sure you have a room booked, especially if Mumbai is your arrival point in India—it has one of the nation’s busiest airports. Located mid-continent on the country’s west coast, the city is also well served by domestic flights and the national railroad. In winter, nights rarely get down below the 40s and most days stay comfortable, so you can set your sights on the bazaars, galleries, and neighborhoods that make Mumbai a true tourist mecca. In January and February, festivals abound—the classical Banganga and Kala Ghoda arts expos are two biggies.

As the heat index rises, and everybody in the region gets ready for the monsoon season, Mumbai does not exactly slow down (although those who can afford to, head north to cooler country hill locations). March to May, and again in September, is a good chance for visitors to experience the “Big Mango” at a, relatively speaking, mellower clip. Even though you’ll think twice about swimming here, on hotter days, the call of the beach and its offshore breezes are hard to resist. A trip to the upscale Juhu Beach suburb on Mumbai’s west side may be in order. Likewise, joining the pilgrims at the tanks on Malabar Hill and strolling the nearby hanging gardens, are good chill-out activities when the hustle and bustle of downtown threatens to overwhelm.

Once the monsoons arrive (June to August), daily downpours turn the streets into a churning mass of… well, better not to think of it. On the plus side, it’s cool to see the monuments freshly scrubbed by rain, and there are bargains to be had on rooms. (Regardless of when you visit, brace yourself for Mumbai prices, which include the highest hotel rates in India.) The annual Ganesh Chaturthi celebration of the elephant-headed Hindu deity often falls in late August and is worth the trip.

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