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Mumbai to Kandla Flights

There are approximately 7 flights from Mumbai to Kandla per week, most operated by SpiceJet. Out of these, there is just one direct flight with a travel time of 1 hour and 25 minutes, and the rest are connecting flights via Delhi or other major cities. Both Mumbai and Kandla are major port cities on the western coast of India. Hence, the Mumbai to Kandla flight route is a busy one for both business and leisure travellers. Here is all you need to know about Mumbai to Kandla flights.

Flights from Mumbai to Kandla


About Kandla Airport

Kandla Airport, also known as the Gandhidham Airport, is located north of Kandla and Gandhipuram in Gujarat's Kutch district. It is a Civil Airport with a capacity of handling roughly 100 passengers at once. Numerous airlines such as SpiceJet and IndiGo fly directly from the airport to a variety of destinations. The facilities provided at the Kandla airport include baggage services, a wheelchair facility, a few places to shop and eat, and a reserved/executive lounge.

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About Kandla

Kandla is famous for having Gujarat's oldest seaport, the Kandla Port. The port, located near Gandhidham in the Kutch District, was built in the 1950s as the main seaport for western India. It is now known as the Deendayal Port Trust. It is Gujarat's commercial centre, and it is bustling with activity all year. Other than the port, Kandla has various other attractions, including the Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary, Bhavnath Temple, Mundra Port and the Kutch Museum, Bhuj.

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Hamirsar Lake

Hamirsar Lake is located in Bhuj, Gujarat. Built by Rao Khengarji, the founder of the Jadeja dynasty, it is one of the largest man-made lakes in India. One of the attractions of Hamirsar Lake is the garden at its centre. You can take a dip in the water on a hot day or just sit under a tree and enjoy the view. There is no entry fee, and the lake is open to the public from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Kandla Port Trust

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Lakhota Museum

Lakhota museum is located in Jamnagar of Gujarat. Lakhota museum remains closed on Wednesday, 2nd and 4th Saturdays, and public holidays. One can visit here from 10:30 pm to 2:00 pm and from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. There is also a minimal entry fee, i.e. Rs 25 from Indians and Rs 100 from foreign tourists. One can also do photography. It charges Rs 100 from India and Rs 500 from Foreigners. One can also enjoy the light and show tickets on Saturday and Sunday, and it costs Rs 25 per person. It shows various famous artefacts of the 18th and 19th centuries, such as swords, powder flasks, the skeleton of a whale, remnants of Gujarat rulers, and possessions of Jadeja Rajputs. There are also artefacts that show the life of the people around this region. There is a guardroom at the entrance, which is decorated with swords, powder flasks, and muskets that attract the attention of tourists. Battles fought by the Jadeja Rajputs are depicted on the walls of the museum.

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Lakhota Palace

Lakhota Palace is located in the middle of Lakhota Lake or Ranmal. This historic palace now also includes a museum. Built in the mid-19th century by the king of Navanagar, Lakhota Palace was initially designed as a fort so that soldiers could be placed around it to watch out for enemies. Its location in the middle of the lake also made it difficult for enemies to attack. Turrets, cannons, powder flasks, semi-circular bastions, and musket loops make this palace attractive to tourists. Lakhota Palace is open from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm. It remains closed on Wednesdays, public holidays, and the second and fourth Saturdays of the month. There is an entry fee of Rs. 25 for Indian tourists and Rs. 100 for foreign tourists. You can also enjoy light and sound shows on weekends from 9:00 pm 9:30 pm.

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Little Rann of Kutch

Little Rann of Kutch is a part of Rann of Kutch in the Kutch District of Gujarat, India. Situated in the western part of Gujarat, it is home to the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary. This salt marsh is a great place for nature lovers. You can see most types of birds here, whether it is land birds like the francolin, the Indian bustard, and the sandgrouse or migratory birds like flamingos, ducks, the sarus crane, and the Dalmatian pelican. The Government of Gujarat began Project Kutch in 2008 as an international nature destination to protect wildlife and promote sustainable development. The facility of home-cooked food is also available in their kitchen. The best time to visit is from October to March when the monsoon is over. It is open all days of the week except Wednesday.

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Mandvi Beach

Enjoy the serene and calmness of nature at Mandvi Beach. It lies south of Bhuj, along the southern tip of the Kutch district in Gujarat. One can also enjoy the scene of sunset here. One can also do camel rides, ATV biking, water sports, boat racing, horse riding, jumping, paragliding, etc. Khengarji, the Rao of Kutch, founded this beach and Vasco da Gama, the Portuguese explorer, discovered the Europe-to-India sea route in 1497 via Mandvi Beach. You can opt for a bus or a rental car to reach Mandvi beach as Bhuj is well connected via airways and railways. The International Kite festival is also celebrated at Mandvi beach on the festival of Uttarayan. You can also shop for silverware, handicrafts, Bandhani tie-and-dye sarees, Kutchi embroideries, and shell work from here. Timings are 6 am to 6 pm. It is one of the best places to visit with family and friends. You can also watch windmills that are available here.

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Narara Marine National Park

Enjoy the marine wildlife at Narara Marine National Park, located near Jamnagar. At Narara Marine National Park, one can enjoy the view of corals without having to enter the water. Spread over 458 Km2, this park encompasses 42 tropical islands on the coast of Jamnagar; these include Karubhar, Narara, Poshitra, and Pirotan. You need to take permission from the forest department to enter the marine park, and in the case of foreign tourists, additional approval is required from the police department. The marine park opens at 9:00 a.m., and the entry fee is Rs. 100 for Indians and Rs. 650 for foreigners. One needs to pay an extra Rs. 300 for a guide and Rs. 200 for a camera.

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Rann Utsav, Kutch

Rann Utsav is a popular Gujarati festival where the infinite horizons embrace panoramic views. It is conducted at a distance of 356 km from Gandhinagar in Gujarat. The festival is hosted at the Great Rann of Kutch. With a plethora of culture, a profusion of design, and a cornucopia of dance and music, the festival begins in Bhuj city in the winter months, and it goes on for around 3 to 4 months. The main attraction of the Rann Utsav is various activities such as crafts, dance, art, music, nature, and the diverse groups of tourists who add to the beauty of the event. The accommodations for the festival are arranged in tents at the edge of rann of Kutch. There are various tourist packages offered for the Rann Utsav, ensuring that tourists can choose from a large array of options. Apart from sightseeing, one can visit temples, museums, palaces and villages nearby. Rann Utsav is generally organised from late November to February. If you are planning a tour of Gujarat during late winter, then Rann Utsav is a must-visit event.

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Vijay Vilas Palace

Vijay Vilas Palace is situated on the beach of Mandvi in Kutch, Gujarat, India. It is one of the popular summer palaces of Jadeja Maharao of Kutch. This palace was built by Maharao Shri Khengarji III. This is a summer resort used by his sons and heir of the kingdom, Yuvraj Shri Vijayraji. The name of the palace was renamed after the name of its heir. Its construction was started in 1920 and competed in 1929. Red sandstone was used to build this palace. There is also a private beach that gives air-conditioned accommodations to its visitors. In the Earthquake of Gujarat in 2001, their other palaces at Ranjit Vilas, Bhuj, were heavily damaged, and its broken parts were moved into Vijay Vilas Palace. Since then, the palace also has had a museum in it. You can also enjoy the beauty of this palace from its terrace. Timings for the palace are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm for a whole week.

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White Desert

The White Desert is situated at the Great Rann of Kutch (also known as Rann of Kutch seasonal salt marsh) in Western Gujarat. The area of the desert is about 7500 sq. km. It is one of the largest salt deserts. This dessert comprises three parts: the Banni grasslands, the Little Rann of Kutch, and the Great Rann of Kutch. The Rann word was derived from Irina (a Sanskrit word) that means desert. The extension of the Thar Desert is the White Desert. The popular Rann Utsav of Gujarat is held in this desert during wintertime, i.e., from November to February. This Utsav is held here every year. There are many cultural activities for tourists of all ages. It is the best time to have a visit here. There are many things for the enjoyment of the visitors such as jeep safaris, watching cultural dances, camel rides, hot air balloons, and many other things.


About Mumbai Airport

One of India's primary aviation hubs is the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) in Mumbai, the country's financial capital. As the second-busiest airport in India, Mumbai Airport draws a large number of international and domestic passengers. The airport has two terminals. All domestic arrivals and departures take place at Terminal 1 in Santa Cruz, and Terminal 2 in Sahar handles international flight arrivals and departures and some domestic traffic. The airport is managed by Adani Enterprises and has excellent services for its travellers, including multiple lounges, several duty-free shops, places to eat, and even a transit hotel.

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About Mumbai

With a metropolitan population of more than 20 million, Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay, is India's eastern gateway. If you are visiting the City of Dreams, prepare to be awestruck by a profusion of incredibly exhilarating activities contributing to the hustle and bustle of the city. From historical attractions like the Gateway of India and Kanheri Caves to cultural places like the Haji Ali Dargah and the Siddhivinayak Temple, the city is jam-packed with tourist adventures.

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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.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The distance between Kandla Airport and the city centre is around 7.6 km away from Gandhigram city centre, and it takes about 15 minutes to go there by taxi.

It takes 01 h 25 m to travel from Mumbai to Kandla via a direct SpiceJet flight.

As of now, only one airline, SpiceJet, has a direct flight from Mumbai to Kandla.

SpiceJet operates the maximum number of flights between Mumbai and Kandla.

Duty-free stores are located throughout the Mumbai airport, where you can purchase cosmetics, perfumes, alcohol, jewellery and other items at very low rates.

Is it okay if I bring food with me on my Mumbai to Kandla flight?

You may check the status of your flight by visiting the airline website. Or, you may check your Mumbai to Kandla flight status on the Adani one-stop platform.

Mumbai Airport is officially known as Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, and its IATA code is BOM.

Kandla airport is also known as the Gandhidham Airport. Its IATA code is IXY.

Mumbai has a sub-tropical climate throughout the year. Other than the monsoon months between June and August, when it rains heavily, travellers can visit Mumbai any time during the year.

Yes. Since the reopening of the airports after the COVID-19 pandemic, web check-in has become mandatory in most airports across India, including the Mumbai Airport.
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Airport Information

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

Kandla Civil Aerodrome, Gopalpuri, Kandla, Gujarat 370240