The current situation is not fit for travel. However, planning for your travels was never on hold. GoAir is saving the PNRs so that when you can finally travel, you can redeem your flight tickets. You can also reschedule the flight with zero rescheduling fees*. Hence, if you are planning to fly to Guwahati from Mumbai then you can easily book a flight with GoAir.
GoAir offers the most pocket-friendly Mumbai to Guwahati flight fares. You can make a flight booking through the GoAir website or mobile app. Mobile app bookings can help you get a 10% discount on Mumbai to Guwahati flight ticket price.
To get more information about Mumbai to Guwahati flight schedules, click here.
To book a Mumbai to Guwahati air ticket, you can follow the steps below:
After clicking on ‘Book Now,’ you need to select the flight from the one displayed on the page. Once you have selected the flight, you can proceed with the booking.
For boarding or check-in, you can carry any one of the following documents:
Note: The discounts and offers are subject to change.
If you have booked your Mumbai to Guwahati flight through the GoAir website then you pre-book a seat from the ‘Manage Booking’ section. If you have booked the flight through a travel agent then you can pre-book the seat during web check-in. You can also pre-book your seat at the check-in counter and it will be provided as per the availability.
Yes. You can change the origin and destination through the ‘Manage Booking’ section on the website.
For Economy Class, you can carry a maximum of one cabin bag that weighs no more than 7 kg. The check-in baggage should not weigh more than 15 kg.
For Business Class the cabin bag should not weigh more than 7 kg. The check-in baggage should not weigh more than 35 kg.
If you wish to carry more than the standard baggage allowance then you can pre-purchase it in the increments of 5 kg, 10 kg, 15 kg & 30 kg from the website.
Mumbai is both a cultural and tourist hotspot. The city has a rich colonial history which one can get a glimpse of from the architecture. Mumbai is also the powerhouse of trade and business. It is here where the biggest film industry, Bollywood has its deep roots. Mumbai is a city that is always on the move and travellers can experience this frenzy. However, it is also a city of dreamers and has many spaces where one can just get one with their thoughts. Places to visit in Mumbai are the Gateway of India, Sassoon Docks, Elephanta Caves, Kala Ghoda, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai Museum, and Global Vipassana Pagoda.
The best time to visit Mumbai is from November to February. The temperature during these months is soothing for travel.
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport is one of the most lavish and swankier airports of the country. It is equipped with all the amenities that a traveller would need.
Guwahati is considered the gateway to the North East of India. It is an upcoming cosmopolitan city but is also a cultural hub. The older areas of this city are filled with the local charm of temples, palm trees, ponds, colonial-era palaces, and single-storey houses. The view of the mighty Brahmaputra gives the city an enchanting vibe. Places to visit in Guwahati are Kamakhya Temple, Assam State Museum, Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary, Dighalipukhuri Park, Ugratara Mandir, and Umananda Mandir.
The ideal time to visit Guwahati is from October to March.
Formerly known as Borjhar Airport, it was later named as Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. The Airport also serves as an Indian Air Force Base. It is located at 29 km from Guwahati city.
Airport Name: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport
Terminal -1B (Santacruz), Mumbai - 400 099
Airport Code: BOM
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Airport Name: Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International
Airport, Borjhar, Guwahati
Airport Code: GAU
Helpline Number: 0361 284 1909
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Mumbai is the most loved city in India, which is known by many nicknames like the "city of dreams" and the "city that never sleeps". Countless songs have been sung, books have been written in the name of this lovely city in Maharashtra. Being one of the most important points of control during the British Raj, Mumbai, therefore, has a lot of colonial remains
To spend a fabulous excursion in the wild, listening to the chirping of flying creatures, energized by the sound of gushing river and the peaceful atmosphere, one should visit Guwahati.