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Belgaum to Mumbai Flights

Three flights operate from Belgaum to Mumbai every day. You can find all information regarding flights between Belgaum and Mumbai here. Travellers who wish to book a flight from Belgaum to Mumbai can choose from over 20 flights in a week with different departure timings.

Flights from Belgaum to Mumbai


About Mumbai Airport

Mumbai Airport is also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. It is located across the suburbs of Santa Cruz and Sahar village in Andheri. It is the second busiest airport in India after Delhi Airport. It has two terminals; Terminal 1 is for domestic flights and Terminal 2 handles some domestic and all international flights. The airport is very well-connected by road. App-based cars and different air-conditioned bus services are also available at the airport arrival terminal.

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About Mumbai

Known as the financial capital of the country, Mumbai is also the capital city of Maharashtra. It is known for its wonderful colonial-era architecture, museums, street food, places of worship, and its ties to Bollywood. Some of the most iconic structures are the Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Bandra-Worli Sea Link, and much more. Explore the lip-smacking street food, ancient monuments, and discover the unique festivals and traditions of this city.

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Elephanta Caves

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the world-famous Elephanta Caves located in Mumbai is a unique rock-cut art dating back to the mediaeval era. The caves are located on the Gharapuri island or the Elephanta island, located 11 km from the centre of Mumbai city. Unfortunately, the condition of the sculptures in these caves has deteriorated over the centuries, despite valiant efforts put in by the Archaeological Survey of India. Nonetheless, it still bears rich testimony to the mediaeval history of India, and draws large crowds from across the country and abroad. Most of these caves are solely dedicated to the Hindu god Lord Shiva and hence, also have significant religious importance for the locals. These caves are mainly divided into two groups: the first group of five Hindu caves representing Shiva, and the second group of two Buddhist caves. Apart from being a popular heritage site, the place is also a popular trekking site! This is a must-visit destination for all who visit Mumbai and is best visited during the winters when the weather is generally pleasant and visibility is good.

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Gateway of India

The Gateway of India is one of the most historical landmarks situated in the city of dreams, Mumbai, India. The groundbreaking ceremony of the Gateway of India was on March 31, 1913, and was carried out by the then governor of Bombay. In 1914 the design submitted by George Wittet was finally sanctioned and work commenced. The structure was completed 10 years later in 1924. This arch monument was used as a ceremonial entrance to India for the new governors and viceroys. Also, for those travelling to India by sea, this place marked the entry point to the country. Apart from this, the Gateway of India is also termed the Taj Mahal of Mumbai as it often tops the list of most-visited places in the state, by foreign tourists and domestic visitors alike. The Gateway of India, its beauty, rich history, and low entry fee make it a preferred visiting spot for people exploring the country and those wanting to spend some quality time with all the family, just the same.

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Mahalaxmi Temple

Mahalaxmi Temple located on the busy Bhulabhai Desai Road at Mahalaxmi in Mumbai is one of the most visited temples in the state of Maharashtra. Long serpentine queues extending for many a kilometre are a common sight here, especially during the festive season. Built in 1831, the temple is also touted to be one of the oldest and most visited temples in India. The intricate architectural works adorning the walls of the temple include mesmerising images of the Tridevi goddesses Mahalakshmi, Mahakali, and Mahasaraswati, all in great detail with gold bangles, nose rings, and pearl necklaces. The central courtyard of the temple houses a massive idol of the goddess Mahalakshmi. During Hindu festivals like Navratri, the temple is beautifully decorated with flowers and is quite a sight to behold. It is also a very sensitive high-security area, so you are likely to be frisked when paying a visit to the temple.

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Marine Drive

The most popular Marine Drive is a 3 km long concrete road in Mumbai, India. It is officially known as Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, located in the southern part of the city. This mesmerising road is famously known for its C shape extending from Babulnath to Nariman Point. It is also known as Sonapur by locals and features sparkling streetlights and a vast coastline that appears like a line of pearls, creating a spectacularly beautiful image, often called Queen’s Necklace. Every day hundreds of visitors and locals visit Marine Drive to take a break from the busy day and for a stroll. The place is teeming with people early in the mornings and at sunset, and is buzzing with activity even at 3 am! Alongside Marine Drive, there are several shopping places, food stalls, and other places to explore while enjoying the beautiful view. It is also close to some of the finest hotels and restaurants in the city. While the cool breeze late in the evenings makes it a relatively pleasant experience for anyone visiting the place through the year, winter and early monsoon may be the best time to visit Marine Drive.

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Mount Mary Church Bandra

Located in Bandra, also known as the queen of suburbs, the Mount Mary Church is arguably the most beautiful church in Mumbai. If the view of the church seems imposing, wait till you get to the top. From the observation deck of the church, one can get an unobstructed view of the mighty Arabian Sea, with the gorgeous Mumbai skyline in the backdrop.


About Belgaum Airport

Belgaum Airport, also known as Belagavi Airport, is a domestic airport in Belgaum, Karnataka. It is located 10 km to the east of Belgavi in Karnataka. Sambra Air Force Station is adjacent to this airport. The airport is connected to Bengaluru and Mumbai by direct flights. It also has stopover flights to Chennai, Kochi, and Delhi. Belgaum is a small domestic airport with only a few flights every day.

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About Belgaum

Belgaum is a city in northwest Karnataka. It is known for the famous Belgaum Fort, which is surrounded by a moat. The city also hosts centuries-old mosques and the Kamal Basti temple. It is an important centre of trade and commerce in Karnataka.

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Belgaum Fort

Located in Belgaum, a district located in Karnataka, Belgaum Fort is a famous tourist spot that serves more than a thousand tourists every year. The Belgaum Fort was used in the form of a barricade against attacks during colonial rule. During the freedom movement of India, Mahatma Gandhi was imprisoned in the Belgaum Fort for some amount of time. The fort has a lake adjacent to it, where there is a popular Floating Cafeteria that serves eatables. People who want to travel there for a quick bite can take pedal boats or motor boats whose services are offered to tourists. Although the fort has undergone several renovations over the years, its beauty is still intact. The best season to visit this place is winter as the temperatures remain pleasant then.

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Kamal Basti

Kamal Basadi, commonly known as the Kamal Basti, was built back in the 10th century under the rule of the Ralta Dynasty. This Jain temple is popularly known for its magnificent view and 200-year-old idol of Lord Neminath. The temple is located inside the Belgaum Fort which was built in the form of a barricade against attacks during colonial rule. During the freedom movement of India, Mahatma Gandhi was imprisoned in the Belgaum Fort for some time. The temple contains a lotus with petals, with the name of the 24 Tirthankaras beautifully carved on each. Today, Kamal Basadi has evolved as a popular tourist destination spot not only among the people of Karnataka but also across India who visit this shrine to view its beauty and offer their prayers. The best season to visit this place is during winter as the temperatures remain soothing.

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Gokak Falls

The Ghataprabha River flows through the beautiful location in Belgaum. Gokak Falls, one of the most popular attractions in Belgaum, Karnataka, is the result of a meandering river that drops 171 feet from sandstone cliffs. The stream's cascading waterfall is visible from a hanging bridge that spans the entire waterfall.

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Kapileshwar Temple

Kapileshwar Temple, also known as the Kashi of south India, is a holy shrine that is popularly known not only among the southern region of Karnataka but also India. The temple is solely dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is believed that the worship of the 12 Jyotirlingams remains incomplete until you start your journey from Kapileshwar Temple which is why thousands of people visit this shrine every year. According to several research works, Kapileshwar Temple was initially opened in 1000 AD, and it has undergone several renovations to maintain its beauty and not lose out on its authenticity. Also, the rare collections of trees around the temple make the environment very serene. The best season to visit this site is during winter as the temperatures remain soothing.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are around three flights from Belgaum to Mumbai daily.

SpiceJet has a direct flight from Belgaum to Mumbai.

The first flight from Belgaum to Mumbai leaves at 11 am.

The last flight on the Belgaum to Mumbai route departs around 4:00 pm.

No, the flights are not affected by coronavirus on the Belgaum and Mumbai routes. Both the airports are working at full capacity with adequate measures.

Some airlines allow you to carry food as long as it is packed properly. It is best to check with the airline before travelling.

You can check your booking status on the flight booking app that you have used to book your ticket. Alternatively, you can also check the official website of the airline that you have booked with.

You can make changes in your flight bookings by visiting the website from where you have booked your flight, enter all your information such as the PNR number, ID, etc. Then, select the option of change flight, then choose the next preferred flight.

Yes, you have many options for duty-free shopping at Mumbai airport.

Yes, you have many transport options from Mumbai Airport to the rest of the city.
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Airport Information

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Santacruz East, Mumbai - 400099, India

Belgaum Belagavi Rd, Sambra, Karnataka 591124