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Mumbai to Jaisalmer Flights

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Want to book a flight from Mumbai to Jaisalmer?

You can book your flights easily through Adani One. Adani One allows you to select flights based on your convenience. A number of flights depart from Mumbai to Jaisalmer every day. You can choose from numerous flight timings based on whether you want a morning, afternoon, evening, or night flight. You can find all the information you need about Mumbai to Jaisalmer flights through this guide. The following table details the different flights from Mumbai to Jaisalmer.

Flights from Mumbai to Jaisalmer


About Jaisalmer Airport

Jaisalmer Airport is about 14.6 km outside the city of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India. It reopened for civil flights in 2017 and comprises a single terminal. Jaisalmer Airport connects to some of the major airports in the country with flights to cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Surat etc.

The airport code of Jaisalmer airport is JSA. You can easily take a cab or bus service to the airport from the city centre. The Jaisalmer airport also has free medical assistance available for travellers. There are also duty-free shops available at the airport.

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About Jaisalmer

Situated in the Thar desert, Jaisalmer is one of the oldest inhabited cities in Rajasthan. The golden city has survived the test of time to become a fascinating destination for tourists seeking a unique experience. Jaisalmer welcomes visitors from all over India and the world, managing to preserve its traditional heritage through its distinctive architecture, cuisine, crafts, clothes, and performing arts.

The word ‘Jaisalmer’ means 'the Hill Fort of Jaisal’. The city was founded by Rawal Jaisal in 1156. The city is known as the ‘Golden City’ because the houses in Jaisalmer are covered in yellow Jaisalmer stone, giving the city its striking golden look. Jaisalmer is classed as an important historic city of Rajasthan.

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Salim Singh ki Haveli

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Jain Temples

Ranakpur Jain Temple was one of the most famous and magnificent Jain temples constructed by Darna Shah, a local businessman. After dreaming about a celestial vehicle, he decided to build a beautiful temple. Shah received many designs from sculptors and artists, but none of them matched the image he had envisioned. However, Deepak, an architect from Mundara, had a plan that appealed to Shah. Deepak was able to create a design as he was inspired by Shah’s dedication to constructing this temple. Overall, five temples in India are considered holy places for Jains; Ranakpur Jain Temple is one of them. The other four temples are the Khajuraho temples, Dilwara Temple, Palitana temples, and Gomateshwara Temple in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Karnataka, respectively.

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Jaisalmer Fort

Jaisalmer Fort, also known as Sonar Quila, is one of the world’s largest forts, situated in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan state, India. Rao Jaisal, a Bhati Rajput prince, built this magnificent fort in 1156 AD. The fort stands proudly in the centre of the Thar Desert’s endless golden sands. It is one of Jaisalmer’s most popular tourist attractions. It is also known as the Golden Fort because of its enormous yellow sandstone walls, which are bright yellow throughout the day. Although perched in the sand of the immense Thar Desert on Trikuta hill, this fort has witnessed countless battles. Jaisalmer, also known as the Golden City, offers a cultural combination of nomadic desert and aristocracy, allowing you to have a unique experience. From the magnificent past to the present, Jaisalmer Fort has been a part of many diverse cultures across dynasties.

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Jaisalmer War Museum

The Longewala War Memorial commemorates the 1971 battle between India and Pakistan in Longewala. The fight of Longewala is the subject of the blockbuster film Border. The Indian Army maintains the museum, established precisely on the site of the battle. The Longewala War Memorial is situated 30 Km outside Ramgarh, Rajasthan. It is the ideal spot for both locals and tourists to visit. You can hire a taxi in Jaisalmer to get to Longewala.

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Bada Bagh

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Gadsisar Sagar Lake


About Mumbai Aairport 

Mumbai Airport is formally known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport. It serves over 42 million passengers annually. It has two terminals: Terminal 1 for domestic flights and Terminal 2 for domestic and international flights. At Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, postal services, Wi-Fi, medical centre, luggage trolleys, valley parking, play zone, ATMs, banks, and other amenities.

The Mumbai airport is the primary international airport in the city. Its IATA code is BOM. The airport was voted as the 14th busiest airport in Asia, India's 2nd busiest airport after Delhi International Airport in 2019. The airport is located about 8.4 Km from the city centre. The easiest way to reach the airport is to book a cab from anywhere in the city. The major airlines that service the city include Vistara, Go First, Star Air, Air India, SpiceJet, Air Asia, and Air Alliance.

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About Mumbai

Mumbai is a gorgeous coastal city with a multicultural population. As India's financial and entertainment capital, Mumbai is full of life and character. From dining on some of the best street food in Asia to shopping for the latest styles on Mumbai's fashion streets, this fantastic city has something to offer everyone. The city is known for its music, art, street food, colonial architecture, and Bollywood.

The city of dreams is one of the most visited places, visited by millions of people every year. You can enjoy Mumbai’s sunset at the Marine Drive, watch Bollywood movies at the Maratha Mandir, and lip-smacking street food. Some of the popular tourist attractions of Mumbai are UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as Elephanta Caves and Victorian art deco architecture. The Gateway of India and Bombay University is also worth a visit on your trip to Mumbai. Here is a list of the must-visit places in Mumbai.

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

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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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Haji Ali Dargah

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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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Bandra Worli Sea Link

The Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, more commonly known as the Bandra-Worli Sea Link is, as the name suggests, an 8-lane 5.6 kilometres long road that connects one of the most congested areas of Bandra and Worli in Mumbai. What makes this a truly wondrous feat of engineering and a breathtaking spectacle in itself is the fact that this cable-stay bridge extends into the sea and is the first of its kind in India. Since its construction in 2000, the Bandra-Worli Sea Link has become an iconic structure that symbolises the ever enterprising nature of the city of Mumbai. It is a very well maintained bridge that is a dream drive for most travel enthusiasts and also offers some stellar photography opportunities, both from a distance and when travelling along the bridge. While the sunrise is beautiful here, the bridge literally lights up in the evening after the sun goes down. Halting on the bridge though is prohibited and may attract a very heavy penalty. The bridge handles over 37,000 vehicles every day. Monsoons are an especially popular time of the year when people zip through this bridge enjoying the downpour while revelling in the feeling of travelling into the sea.

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Frequently Asked Questions

There are around 2 to 12 flights from Mumbai to Jaisalmer every day.

SpiceJet has the maximum number of flights to travel from Mumbai to Jaisalmer.

The first flight to travel from Mumbai to Jaisalmer is at 05:55 am by SpiceJet (SG 276). This is subject to change with operational flights and airlines for the day.

The last flight to travel from Mumbai to Jaisalmer is at 09:45 pm by SpiceJet (SG 8710).

The IATA code for Mumbai is BOM, and for Jaisalmer, it is JSA.

The minimum time to travel from Mumbai to Jaisalmer by air is 01 h 53 m.

Yes, you can bring your food as long as it is travel-friendly and can be carried in your handbag.

To change your flight bookings to travel from Mumbai to Jaisalmer, follow these steps- 

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Kuldhara village near Jaisalmer is an abandoned village. If you have time, you can visit it to gain insight into the lives of the locals who lived there.

Two to three days are sufficient to explore the major attractions of Jaisalmer. If you are in a hurry, you can explore the prime attractions of Jaisalmer even in one day.

The city is famous for its amazing Jaisalmer fort. The fort is built in a blend of Islamic and Rajput architectural styles.

The aerial distance from Mumbai to Jaisalmer is 893 Km.

Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, and Marine Drive are some of the top places to visit in Mumbai.

Marathi, Hindi and English are the widely spoken languages in Mumbai.

Mumbai offers a good nightlife which makes it safe to travel even at night. Transportation is readily available at all times in Mumbai.
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Airport Information

Jaisalmer Air Force School Rd, Shastri Nagar, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001

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