Mumbai (BOM) Kuala Lumpur (KUL) Flight Schedule

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Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur Flight Schedule ( 6 flights found )

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Jet Airways, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and Malindo Air are the airlines that operate between Mumbai and Kuala Lumpur. Every week, there are 37 flights from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur. Of this number, Jet Airways has 7, Japan Airlines has 10, Malaysia Airlines has 14, and Malindo Air has 6.

To avail of the best offers, you should book your tickets 30-45 days in advance. Flights starting at Mumbai leave from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The IATA code of this airport is BOM. Flights landing at Kuala Lumpur arrive at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport. The IATA code of this airport is KUL.

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The price of a Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur flight ticket varies between a minimum Rs. 9435 or up to Rs. 324936.

About Mumbai(BOM)

The capital city of Maharashtra has emerged as a city with historic links, breathtaking British architecture, and a stunning coastline. This city is a melting pot of entertainment, culture, and commerce. Mumbai is a city with multi-cultural lifestyle and a vibrant nature.

It is also referred as the financial hub in the global chain of financial centers because it houses the largest port of India and is also home to the Bollywood film industry. The city also houses the offices of the RBI (Reserve Bank of India), BSE (Bombay Stock Exchange), NSE (National Stock Exchange of India), and the corporate headquarters of several leading Indian and global business conglomerates.

The Chatrapati Shivaji International (CSI) Airport, located in the Mumbai is one of the largest aviation hubs in the country. As the city attracts both business and leisure travelers from across the world, it is the second busiest airport in India. To manage the air traffic, the Domestic and International terminals are situated in different locations in the western suburbs of Mumbai.

Travelling to and from the airport is quite convenient. There are a number of car rentals and fleet owners that offer services at both the terminals. You can easily rely on radio cabs, pre-paid taxis and public transport services, as they are easily available throughout the city, including the airport itself. In case you need to change terminals, from Domestic to International or vice versa, Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport offers the In-Terminal transfer. AC buses ply between the terminals at short intervals throughout the day.

If you are visiting during the monsoon, you should plan your departure for the airport carefully, as the traffic is a major issue. Keep in mind that fare refusals from autorickshaw and taxi drivers are not uncommon, so call for a radio cab or taxi in advance.

About Kuala Lumpur(KUL)

Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, is a city that features on every travel-junkie’s bucket list. With its green parks, historic temples, glitzy nightclubs, splendid beaches, shiny skyscrapers, and luxurious shopping malls, this South-East Asian gem is sure to leave you enchanted and wanting more.

Kuala Lumpur truly is a tourist haven, with its rich and diverse cultural heritage. A beacon of progress, modernity, and commerce, the city also boasts of a rich culture and tradition. Somehow, the laidback culture and rich history survives in contrast to the fast pace of the city, still blending seamlessly. Small, yet attractive shops greet you at every corner, and the big luxury brands in glistening malls make Kuala Lumpur a shopaholic’s paradise.

If you are a nature lover and wildlife enthusiast, the city will not disappoint you either, as it is home to Aquaria KLCC and the KL Bird Park. Shoppers, party-goers, nature lovers or food enthusiasts, will all find some part of the city to claim as their own.

The city is served by Kuala Lumpur International Airport, which is situated in the Sepang district. It has grown to become one of the top airports in the world. It has two terminals- Klia 1 and Klia 2. Klia 2 is the world's largest purpose-built terminal. The KLIA Ekspres and the KLIA transit train services facilitate easy transfer from one terminal to another. The airport also offers cargo and freight services.

The fastest way to get to the city from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport is by train, although there are other services like taxis, buses, and car rentals available too.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Which airline brands fly from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur? These airline brands fly from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur - Jet Airways, Japan Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, and Malindo Air
  2. How many weekly flights from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur? There are 37 weekly flights from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur. Following airlines and corresponding weekly flights - Jet Airways has 7, Japan Airlines has 10, Malaysia Airlines has 14, and Malindo Air has 6
  3. When does the first flight leave from Mumbai? The first flight from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur is at 11:55 PM, which is Jet Airways airline 4211 followed by Japan Airlines 7942 which leaves at 11:55 PM.
  4. When does the last flight leave from Mumbai? The last flight from Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur is at 11:15 PM which is Malindo Air.
  5. What is the airport code of Mumbai and Kuala Lumpur? Airport code of Mumbai is BOM and Kuala Lumpur is KUL.
  6. What is the name of the airport in Mumbai? The name of the primary airport in Mumbai is Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
  7. What is the name of the airport in Kuala Lumpur? The name of the primary airport in Kuala Lumpur is Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport.

Mumbai Airport Details

Kuala Lumpur Airport Details

  • Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
  • "Lapangan Terbang Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah
  • (+60) 3-7845 3245
  • NA

 

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