|Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Days of Operations|
|G8 26||Bangkok to Mumbai||20:55||23:30||Daily|
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GoAir operates over 7 flights from Bangkok to Mumbai on weekly basis (1 flight daily).
The first GoAir flight to Mumbai leaves at 20:55 from Bangkok and lands at 23:30 bearing flight number G8 26.
The last GoAir flight to Mumbai leaves at 20:55 from Bangkok and lands at 23:30 bearing flight number G8 26.
The average travel time between these cities is 4 hours 5 mins.
About Bangkok (BKK) –Mumbai (BOM) flights
Bangkok – The capital city of Thailand welcomes travelers from all over the world. Dotted with pristine beaches, magnificent temples, lively nightclubs, the city has a lot to offer to people from all walks of life. Grand Palace, Bangkok National Museum, Safari World, Dusit Zoo, Wat Arun, Chatuchak Weekend Market are some of the city’s famous tourist attractions.
The city of dreams, Mumbai, is one of the most prominent cities of the nation. It is also known as country’s financial capital. From beaches to temples, Bollywood to technology, Mumbai has got the best of everything. This extravagant city has many amazing places that will make you fall in love with. Some of the most-visited sites includes Mumbai includes Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Marine Drive, Bandra Worli Sealink, Juhu Beach, Hanging Gardens, etc.
A visit to any of these cities will give you a heart-warming experience. So, if you are planning to visit Mumbai anytime soon, then book flights with GoAir as we offer daily direct flights from Bangkok to Mumbai to make your journey worthwhile.
Bangkok – Wat Pho – Famed as the Temple of Reclining Buddha, Wat Pho is one of the most beautiful temples in Bangkok. This 46-meter tall statue of Buddha is a must-see for every visitor.
Mumbai - Siddhivinayak Temple - Seek blessings at the renowned Siddhivinayak Temple. Dedicated to lord Ganesha, this temple is one of the most-visited places in Mumbai.