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Approximately 12 flights operate daily from Mumbai to Phuket. Some of the major airlines operating on the Mumbai to Phuket circuit are Turkish Airlines, Thai Smile, Qatar Airways, Go First, and Thai Airways. Read on to know more about the two cities and plan your Mumbai to Phuket journey, connecting the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport to Phuket International Airport.

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Airline
Departure
Arrival
Duration
Price
IndiGo19:15
Mumbai
01:05
Phuket
04h 20m₹15,122
Batik Air23:15
Mumbai
12:30
Phuket
11h 45m₹18,762
IndiGo00:35
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
07h 05m₹20,435
IndiGo08:45
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
22h 55m₹20,918
IndiGo07:30
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
24h 10m₹21,218
IndiGo04:05
Mumbai
10:05
Phuket
04h 30m₹21,270
IndiGo20:10
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
11h 30m₹21,319
IndiGo11:15
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
20h 25m₹21,319
IndiGo21:45
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
09h 55m₹21,319
IndiGo17:55
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
13h 45m₹21,319
IndiGo19:30
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
12h 10m₹21,319
IndiGo10:00
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
21h 40m₹21,638
IndiGo15:20
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
16h 20m₹22,373
IndiGo16:40
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
15h 00m₹22,583
IndiGo13:45
Mumbai
09:10
Phuket
17h 55m₹23,528
Thai Lion Air00:10
Mumbai
17:15
Phuket
15h 35m₹24,214
Thai Lion Air00:10
Mumbai
08:45
Phuket
07h 05m₹24,214
Thai Lion Air00:10
Mumbai
11:35
Phuket
09h 55m₹24,970
VietJet Air00:15
Mumbai
13:10
Phuket
11h 25m₹26,369
Cathay Pacific23:10
Mumbai
11:20
Phuket
10h 40m₹26,837
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Mumbai to Phuket Flight Information

Shortest Time of flights

04h 20m

First Flight

Thai Lion Air SL-219,departs at 00:10

Last Flight

Malaysia Airlines MH-195, departs at 23:45

Popular Airlines from Mumbai to Phuket

IndiGo, Batik Air, Thai Lion Air, VietJet Air, Cathay Pacific

Total flights to Travel from Mumbai to Phuket in a day

113

Airport Codes for Mumbai and Phuket

BOM-Mumbai, HKT-Phuket

About Phuket Airport

Phuket International Airport is located in the Phuket Province of Thailand, around 32 km from the Phuket city centre. It is the second-busiest airport in Thailand in terms of passenger thoroughfare. The airport has three terminals meant for international, domestic, and charter flights.

About Phuket



The name Phuket is derived from the Malay word bukit, which means, a hill. Phuket, one of Thailand’s largest and most popular tropical islands, is home to many high-end seaside resorts, restaurants, and spas. People from across the globe come to Phuket to enjoy its pristine blue waters, beaches, snorkelling, diving, and delectable Thai cuisine.

Place to visit in Phuket

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Phuket Big Buddha

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Karon Beach

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Kata Beach

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Patong Beach

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Phuket Town

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Wat Phra Thong at Thalang

Best Time to Visit Phuket

Best Time to Visit Phuket


The months between November and February, when the weather is apt for beach activities, is the best time to visit Phuket. As a beach destination, Phuket’s winter months are the ideal time to make the most of this extremely popular tropical paradise.

About Mumbai Airport

Officially known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, the Mumbai Airport (IATA code: BOM) is located in Andheri. The airport has two terminals, T1 and T2, accessible by both trains and the Metro. The Vile Parle Railway Station is the closest to Terminal 1, and Terminal 2 is closest to the Andheri substation. Western Express Highway and the Airport Road Metro Stations are nearest to the T1 and T2 terminals. Located at a distance of 8 km from the city centre, the airport is accessible via buses, autos, app-based cabs, and private taxis. Facilities at the airport include cafes, restaurants, medical services, and free Wi-Fi.

About Mumbai



Mumbai, a fascinating city on the west coast of India, is the country’s financial and commercial capital. Maharashtra’s state capital, popularly called the ‘City of Dreams’, is home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites and buildings that showcase architecture from the Victorian era. This coastal city, among the world’s most densely populated modern cities, offers unique travel experiences and insights to visitors—an experience that travellers will never forget! Mumbai’s street food, especially preparations like the Vada Pav and Pav Bhaji, has gained unparalleled popularity worldwide.

Place to visit in Mumbai

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Bandra-Worli Sea Link

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

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Gateway of India

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Marine Drive

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Mount Mary Church

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Haji Ali Dargah

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you need to present your passport during check-in for your Mumbai to Phuket flight.
All airlines have their own specific baggage policies. Your ticket category too affects the amount of baggage that you may carry. In view of this, it is best to contact your airline for the exact baggage allowance details.
Usually, airlines allow passengers to carry their own food on the aircraft. It is best to confirm with your airline before travelling.
Yes, a web check-in option is available for Mumbai to Phuket flights.
Yes, one can book budget hotels near Phuket Airport online. This article provides a list of the popular hotels near Phuket Airport.
A non-stop flight from Mumbai to Phuket takes approximately 4 hours 40 minutes.
You can visit the official website of your airline or call their customer care representative to check your booking status.
Daily approximately 12 flights operate from Mumbai to Phuket.
Yes, there are several duty-free shops in Phuket Airport selling liquor, perfumes, tobacco, cosmetics, accessories, jewellery, etc.
Mumbai Airport has two terminals which are situated at different locations. Terminal 1 is in Santacruz and Terminal 2 is in Andheri.