Mumbai to Kolkata Flights

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Kolkata, is the former capital of India and the current capital of West Bengal. It is one of the five top most popular cities of India. You can book your Mumbai to Kolkata flight tickets online with IndiGo. For a hassle-free inflight experience, you can pre-order your snack and beverage through our website using our 6E Eats. Add fast-forward while booking Mumbai to Kolkata flight to skip the long airport lines. You can also scroll through other services from the 6E Add-ons & Services.

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Kolkata, the former capital of India, is charming and beautiful. You can book flights to Kolkata and explore this stunning city.

Places to visit in Kolkata

Located on the eastern part of India, Kolkata captivates travellers for its majestic palaces and the iconic tram system which is still in operation. If you book flights to Kolkata, make sure to explore the following attractions.

  • Victoria Memorial: George Curzon, the Viceroy of India, is credited with setting up such a large marble building in the heart of town. In the years from 1906 to 1921, a memorial had been built in honour of Queen Victoria. This building had been transformed to a wonderful museum, which housed the most magnificent collection of ancient artifacts in its 25 beautiful galleries. This architectural wonder is built in the IndoSaracen Revivalist style with a blend of British architecture.
  • Howrah Bridge: When you ask what's the best thing to do in Kolkata, Howrah Bridge may be the first suggestion. The revered bridge, situated over Hooghly River, is an integral part of the gateway to Kolkata that links Howrah's eastern bank with the west. The construction of this architecturally brilliant bridge was initiated in 1939 and the bridge was called Rabindra Setu to honour the Nobel laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, in 1965.
  • Mother Teresa’s House: Home of Mother Teresa is a must-visit while in Kolkata. Hundreds of visitors from all over the world come to Mother Teresa's house to pay their respects to the sacrifice of a great human being. Here you can see the Mother Teresa's tomb, located on the ground floor of the Mother House. You can see her preserved room as well as a small exhibit.
  • Park Street: Ever since the 1940s, this street in Kolkata has been a beacon of lively nightlife. Park Street, with many restaurants and bars, has always been among the most popular place in Kolkata as well as an important tourist destination. There are some old monuments and buildings from the British era on that historical street, which go hand in hand with its own unique culture.
  • Fort William: The fort is now operational as headquarters of the Indian Army's Eastern Command, located on the eastern banks of the Hooghly River. The fort has been designated after King William III and stands beside the finest park in town, Maidan. You must have a special permission from the commanding officer to enter Fort William on any days of the week, and it's open every day until 5 p.m. This place in Kolkata is undoubtedly one of the city's finest historical sites.
  • Sundarbans: The most famous tourism spot near Kolkata is an amazing natural wonder around the world. Sunderbans is part of the largest delta in the world, bordered by rivers like Ganga and Brahmaputra, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site. It's the biggest reserve of tigers and a national park in India. Apart from the wildlife, Sunderbans is one of Kolkata's finest tourist sites because they offer a magnificent and stunning landscape made even more spectacular by nature.

Know Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport

Kolkata Airport or Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport is 16 km from the city. The IATA code of the airport is CCU.

Reasons to visit Mumbai

Come to Mumnai and experience a fast pace life, the beautiful Marine Drive to see the sunset and enjoy stunning attractions, explore historical places, and try out delicious Marathi street food.

  • Gateway of India: It has beautiful architecture, wherein three distinct architectural styles are present: Hindu, Islamic, and European Gothic.
  • Elephanta Caves: Dating back to 600 A.D., Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus: It is a major railway station in Mumbai, but due to its beautiful architecture, a popular tourist attraction. It is also UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Marine Drive: Marine Drive is a 3 km pedestrian stretch ideal to take a stroll during the evenings, and watch the sunset.
  • Haji Ali Shrine: One of the most recognised shrines in Mumbai due to its location is the Haji Ali.

Know Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is located within the city and it serves as a major hub for airlines like IndiGo. The IATA code for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is BOM.

FAQs about Mumbai to Kolkata flights

What is the airport code for Mumbai Airport and Kolkata Airport? 

The airport code for Mumbai Airport is BOM. The code for Kolkata airport is CCU.

When can I get the cheapest air tickets?

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Where can I get good offers on flights for Mumbai to Kolkata route?

Booking directly on the official website or the mobile app are the best ways to discover offers and deals to make the most of your bookings. Find out more on the Offers page.

What is the baggage allowance on Mumbai to Kolkata flight? 

The IndiGo baggage allowance on domestic flights is 15 kg for check-in baggage and 7 kg for hand baggage per passenger. If you wish to know more about this, visit the IndiGo Baggage Allowance page. 

When is the earliest flight from Mumbai to Kolkata?

You may find out all the next available flights from Mumbai to Kolkata on the IndiGo flight schedule.

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