Cheap flights from Dubai to Mumbai

Flight information Dubai to Mumbai

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

AED 607

Non-stop airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 1929 kilometers

2h 55min

Most popular airline last month

Jet Airways


1 airport

Travelers looking to fly from Dubai to Mumbai can make the journey directly with multiple carriers. The airlines operating nonstop flights are Air India, Air India Express, Emirates, flydubai, IndiGo, Jet Airways, and SpiceJet, with all flights departing from Dubai International Airport.

You can use our guide to find the best time to book your flight tickets to Mumbai from Dubai.

* This information is correct as of February 2019

Airport Information - Arriving

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is Mumbai’s main airport and the second busiest in India located around 30 km from the center of the city. When your flight has arrived at the airport there are a few ways to travel into the city. The cheapest way is to catch one of the public buses, or you can visit a prepaid taxi kiosk in the airport to arrange for your taxi journey. Alternatively, you could consider renting a car in Mumbai. While you wait at the airport you can look forward to an extensive variety of amenities and services. Along with duty-free and designer shopping, there are plenty of retail and travel shops along with fast food outlets and cafés for hungry travelers. The airport is made up of two passenger terminals, with international flights handled at Terminal 2. The two passenger terminals are situated 4 km from each other, so it can be an ordeal to transfer between terminals - however, the airport provides a free shuttle bus service which makes things a lot easier.

Airport Information - Departing

Dubai International Airport is the primary airport serving Dubai and is also one of the world’s busiest international airports consisting of three passenger terminals. Reaching the airport is possible on the Dubai metro network which can take you directly to Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, while there are also public bus services available and plenty of short- and long-term parking at the airport for vehicle owners. While you wait at the airport you can look forward to browsing through a huge variety of shops including designer brands, duty-free shops and other essential stores. There are also a wide selection of dining and drinking choices, with everything from fast food to high-end cuisine available. Additional amenities provided for travelers at the airport include free Wi-Fi, airport lounges and rest zones to catch up on some sleep. The airport handled just short of 90 million travelers in 2018 which is its highest number ever and continues to receive awards recognizing its excellent facilities and design.

What to Expect in Mumbai

If you’re also looking for somewhere to stay, check out great deals for Mumbai hotels. If you're a UAE national catching flights to Mumbai, you can get an e-visa online before your journey which allows you to stay for up to 60 days. In Mumbai you can expect the weather to be warm all year round with average highs of 30 to 35 degrees. Be aware that there is a heavy rainy season which begins in June and carries on until September, so you may want to avoid visiting during this period. There is a surge in visitors over the winter period from November to February when the region experiences its coolest weather. You will need to put your clocks forward by one hour and 30 minutes when you arrive in Mumbai from the UAE, while the currency in India is the Indian rupee. To get a taste of what the bustling metropolis has to offer read our Beginner's guide: places to visit and when to go.

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