Mumbai Amritsar Flights Information
Mumbai, (earlier known as Bombay) is the financial capital city of India. Known for its roadside snack Vada Paav and the jam- packed local trains, Mumbai occupies a position on the West coast of India and has a deep and natural harbour. Amritsar is historically known as Ramdaspur and is the spiritual centre for Sikh religion. It is situated in the Indian state of Punjab. Amritsar is popularly known throughout the country for the Golden Temple which is also known as the Harmandir Sahib. The city’s Golden Temple is a chief shrine which beckons and solicits a number of tourists every year.
There are a range of passenger service airlines that connect between Mumbai, Maharashtra to Amritsar, Punjab on a day- to- day basis. SpiceJet, JetLite, Jet Konnect airways operate and manage Mumbai to Amritsar flights.
The air travel time Mumbai to Amritsar is 2 hours and 7 minutes. The nearest airports to Mumbai and Amritsar are chhatrapati shivaji International Airport and Raja Sansi Airport respectively. The farness between the two Indian states via air is 1417.55 kilometers / 880.82 miles. The airport code for Mumbai is BOM and that for Amritsar is ATQ.
A collective number of flights connect between Mumbai and Amritsar regularly. 36 flights fly per week out of Mumbai connecting to Amritsar. Kingfisher Airlines is supposed to have the maximum number of one- stop flights. Jet airways has 4 non- stop flights that manage and operate between Mumbai and Amritsar. The capital city of India, New Delhi is the most common and conventional stop for all the one- stop flights.