|Serial Number||Flight Number||Destination||Depart||Arrival Time||Days of Operations|
|1||G8 305||Mumbai to Chennai||04:45 am||06:35 am||Daily|
|2||G8 303||Mumbai to Chennai||06:20 pm||20:25 am||Daily|
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Go Air operates around 3 Mumbai Chennai flights on a weekly basis.
The first flight leaves for Chennai from Mumbai at 04:45 and lands in Chennai at 06:35 bearing flight number G8 305.
The last flight leaves for Chennai from Mumbai at 18:20 and lands in Chennai at 20:25 bearing flight number G8 303.
The average travel time between these cities is around two hours.
Mumbai Airport code is BOM and Chennai is MAA. Name of the Mumbai Airport is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport and Chennai Airport is Chennai International Airport.
About Mumbai Chennai Flights
For the travelers who simply admire soaking in the sun or simply relaxing on the beaches, Mumbai has plenty of options. The prominent beauty of Queens Necklace at Marine Drive or sand dunes at Chowpatty is never to be missed. The stretch from chowpatty to Nariman point is also admired by the joggers. The kulfi at chowpatty is very prominent and famous one. During the season, at Chowpatty the hawkers do sell hot sweet corn and other eateries. In Prabhadevi, the prominent Siddhi Vinayak temple is also placed.
Similarly, Chennai has lot of lucrative options to attract its guests. The place called Mylapore does gives a mind soothing impact; one could witness lot of colorful Rangolis and during the occasion times, lot of lamps in the temple is truly divine and charismatic.
Where travelling domestic is concerned, choose only Go Air. With the price feasibility, great care of comfort and satisfaction is given to the customers.
Mumbai : Gateway of India is one of the most significant landmark in Mumbai located at the tip of Apollo Bunder, Colaba. It is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in India.
Chennai: Chennai Central, earlier known as Madras Central, is the main railway terminus in the city of Chennai