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Mumbai to Port Blair Flights

Around 24 flights take off from Mumbai to Port Blair every day, and most flights serve this route via Chennai and Kolkata. From early morning flights to afternoon and late evening ones, there are many flights from Mumbai to Port Blair for travellers to choose from. From flight information to safety guidelines, read everything here to plan your travel from Mumbai to Port Blair.

Flights from Mumbai to Port Blair


About Port Blair Airport

Port Blair Airport, officially known as Veer Savarkar International Airport, is a Civil Enclave under the control of the Indian Navy. It was renamed in 2002 to honour the freedom fighter Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. The airport is located 2 km south of the main city of Port Blair. The airport has only one terminal with two gates, and there's no aerobridge. The passenger terminal has the capacity to accommodate 400 passengers. There are a total of 9 check-ins, 12 immigration, 2 customs, and 2 security counters.

COVID-19 Information

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As we get back to normalcy gradually, the government has imposed certain rules and regulations for safe travel. Therefore, to ensure travel safety, passengers are requested to follow these guidelines while planning their Mumbai to Port Blair travel.

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All airlines have security guidelines specifically for your baggage. These include what to carry, packing tips, and other relevant information. Please follow these guidelines while planning your travel from Mumbai to Port Blair. The permissible weight for check-in baggage varies according to the airline and the ticket category. The standard baggage per passenger is usually 15 kg for domestic flights. However, check the airline’s policy on baggage allowance.


Every passenger is allowed to carry up to 7 kg of hand baggage and 15 kg of check-in baggage. However, the baggage weight differs based on the class of travel and the airline's policy. Your handbag must be placed under the seat in front or inside the overhead bin for safety reasons. The dimensions of the bag must not exceed 55cm x 35cm x 25cm.

Things to Keep in Mind for a Hassle-free Flying Experience

  • Please pay attention to the announcements and follow the instructions given by the airport and airline authorities.
  • Carry sanitisers, wear a mask, and maintain social distance.
  • Make sure you carry all the necessities, i.e., passport, boarding pass, ID proof, etc.
  • Reach the airport 2-3 hours before the scheduled departure to avoid rushing in at the last minute.
  • Do not carry any items classified prohibited or dangerous.
  • Put all carry-on liquids in 100 ml or smaller containers.
  • Keep all important documents, medication, and valuable items in your hand baggage.
  • Carry medical prescriptions and a doctor’s letter for metallic medical implants (if any) to avoid issues at the airport.
  • Keep your laptop, spare lithium batteries, power banks, etc., easily accessible, as they need to be deposited during security screening. Remember not to put them in your checked-in baggage.
About Port Blair

Port Blair is a Union Territory of India, the capital city of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. It is well-known for the historical Cellular Jail and small islands like Corbyn's Cove, Wandoor, Ross Island, and Viper Island. The most widely spoken language in Port Blair is Bengali, followed by English, Telugu, Hindi, and Tamil.

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Corbyn’s Cove Beach

Corbyn’s Cove, at a distance of only 8 Km from Port Blair, is a popular tourist spot. With clear blue water, fresh air, and lush green palms, Corbyn’s Cove is indeed an ideal vacation destination. Swimming, surfing, jet skiing, boating, and fishing are some of the activities here. Whether you are fond of quiet beaches or the underwater world, you can have it all at Corbyn’s Cove Beach.

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Japanese Bunkers

The Japanese Bunkers, situated in Port Blair, tell a story about the region’s history. Port Blair is a vibrant city with a diverse range of activities to engage in and sites to see. Tourists from all over the world visit the islands for a peaceful vacation where they can also learn about a distinct culture. During World War II, the Japanese attacked and colonised the islands and built these bunkers in various locations. One of them is at Corbyn’s Cave, on an island not far away. Ross Island is the more well-known bunker location as it attracts bigger crowds because of the other tourist attractions in the region. These bunkers are generally in ruins, but the army plans to restore them for security reasons.

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Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Islands

Formerly known as Ross Island, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island is one of the most popular Andaman and Nicobar Islands, located only 2 Km from Port Blair. The authorities have not allowed any settlements on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island for several reasons. The place is known for magnificent views, crystal clear water, and fresh air. Away from the bustle of city life, the beautiful Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island is an ideal vacation destination for anyone who loves to stay under the sun and inside the water. The place offers several adventure sports such as surfing and scuba diving. Apart from being exceptionally beautiful, it holds a lot of historical significance, making it a popular tourist destination in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Cellular Jail

Cellular Jail, a popular name in Indian history, has witnessed a lot of bloodshed; it served as a place for the British to torture the freedom fighters. Cellular Jail represents the murkiest chapters during colonial rule. Completed in 1906, Cellular Jail got its name because the different cells for all prisoners ensured that they could not meet and strategise. Every cell in the jail is 7 feet wide and 13.5 feet high, leaving no chance for escape. Despite its dark past, it has become a popular tourist spot.

Best Time to Visit Port Blair

The months from October to May see the majority of tourists visiting this island. It is the best time for scuba diving and bird watching. In the summer season, the temperature ranges from 28°C to 30°C, and winter temperatures range from 15°C to 34°C. The pleasant weather throughout the year makes it a paradise for tourism.


Mumbai Airport

Known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), it is the second-busiest airport after Delhi in terms of international and domestic flight operations every year. The airport operates 3 terminals, where Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, the second terminal is for both domestic and international flights, and the last is a General Aviation (GA) Terminal. CSMIA offers various facilities for passengers, including free Wi-Fi zones, childcare rooms, prayer and meditation rooms, wheelchair assistance, luggage storage, a medical care centre, etc.

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Health and Safety Measures at the Mumbai Airport
  • The Mumbai Airport has a hospital that provides emergency treatments, free consultations, first-aid, basic investigation services, and ambulances
  • The airport has assigned a medical clinic and 24*7 healthcare centres to ensure passenger safety
  • Every passenger undergoes temperature screening before they can enter the airport.
  • Sanitising teams at the airport work 24*7, as the airport has a strict cleaning regime.
  • Protective screens are installed at various points across the terminals, including check-in counters and security.
  • Signage displays can be seen throughout the airport, reminding passengers to adhere to basic guidelines such as maintaining social distance and wearing masks.
  • An RT-PCR testing facility is available at the airport. International passengers must undergo the RT-PCR test.
About Mumbai

Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra. The name Mumbai comes from a deity worshipped by the Koli community, Goddess Mumba Devi. Mumbai is an alpha city, connecting India to the global economic network. The distinguished bazaars, beautiful colonial architecture, movie sets, fancy restaurants, and many other attractive sites are among the best places to visit if you are planning to tour Mumbai.

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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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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

IndiGo has the maximum number of flights on this route.

There are 0 direct flights from Mumbai to Port Blair

Yes, passengers are allowed to carry food. However, it is advisable to pack the food properly.

You can check your flight booking status for Mumbai to Port Blair flights on the website through which you booked your ticket.

Around 25 flights fly daily from Mumbai to Port Blair

The first flight is at 12:30 am. It is operated by IndiGo.

The last flight is at 10:50 pm, operated by Go First.

Mumbai Airport (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport) - BOM Port Blair Airport (Veer Savarkar International Airport) - IXZ

The shortest flight is operated by Go First. It reaches Port Blair in 4 h 35 m.

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Port Blair Veer Savarkar International Airport, 744103 (Andaman & Nicobar Islands)

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