Book flights to Mysuru with IndiGo Co-brand Credit Card to earn up to 6% 6E Rewards, along with benefits like discounted convenience fee, access to domestic airport lounge, and much more. The 6E Rewards earned can be redeemed for booking IndiGo flight tickets and services like priority check-in, preferred seat and meal across IndiGo’s global network.
Apply now and use your IndiGo Co-brand Credit Card for your flight from Mumbai to Mysuru.
With world-class in-flight amenities and superb customer support, IndiGo covers the length and breadth of India. The airline daily operates Mumbai to Mysuru flights. With IndiGo, you can avail the Mumbai to Mysuru lowest airfare too. Also, the Mumbai to Mysuru flight ticket price will leave you astounded as IndiGo offers the best flight booking offers on domestic flight tickets.
With IndiGo’s Mumbai to Mysuru flights, you’ll be flying for only 7 hours 30 minutes with a 4-hours layover in Hyderabad. You can even book a round trip to avail the best deals on your Mumbai to Mysuru flight. The return journey on a Mysuru to Mumbai flight will take a total of 4 hours and 25 minutes with only 1 layover of 55 minutes in Hyderabad.
The distance between Mumbai and Mysuru is just a little over 800 km. And, your flight cut it short by a massive extent. On IndiGo’s website, you will be surprised with amazing deals on Mumbai to Mysuru flight ticket price and even on other domestic flight tickets. Here are a few other IndiGo flights that might interest you:
Famously known as the ‘City of Palaces’ and the ‘Ivory City’, Mysuru was originally said to be ruled by the Demon king Mahishasura and hence its age old name ‘Mahishuru’ which the British later termed Mysore. Later on, the Wadiyar dynasty began their prolonged rule and finally joined the Indian Republic in 1950. Recently, Mysore has been changed to its original Kannada name Mysuru, keeping with the traditional name of Mahishuru.
One can indulge in a lot of unconventional activities in Mysuru, starting from experiencing the weaving of silk sarees to walking among swarms of butterflies at Karanji Kere Butterfly Park. Similarly, Shivanasamudra Falls is an exquisite location in Mysuru to create a fabulous photo montage.
Balmuri Waterfalls in Mysuru will leave you spellbound. You can head over to the awe-inspiring Lalitha Mahal Palace, and the blissful Srikanteshwara Temple. When all that is done and dusted, you can unwind observing exotic birds at Shuka Vana.
For the art enthusiast in you, visiting Cauvery Arts & Crafts Emporium would be perfect. You can visit Ashoka Road, which houses a spectacular display of jewellery shops. Or, if you are simply looking for wholesome souvenirs of the Mysuru textile world to take back home, The Heritage is definitely worth a visit.
The temperature drops satisfactorily during October to February and light drizzles are experienced all over Mysuru making it very pleasant weather for tourists.
Commuting by buses will help you save on the cost aspect but it is somewhat time consuming. However, booking a taxi for a day hire will get you covering all the major tourist spots easily.
Winters bless Mysuru with pleasant weather; lowering the mercury to about 10°C. Summers are hot with the temperature soaring to 32°C.
The airport in Mysuru is called Mandakalli Airport (IATA: MYQ) since it is located very near to the village of Mandakalli. The airport caters to daily flights to popular destinations like Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Goa. IndiGo also flies to quite a few destinations from here.
The City of Dreams or ‘Mayanagri’ has always been synonymous to Mumbai. It is called so because of the lakhs of migrants from all over the country seeking work opportunities there. Also, being the economic hub and the home of Bollywood, Mumbai truly is a worldwide centre of attraction.
The staggeringly majestic Gateway of India attracts hordes of photographers as we all know. The lifeline of such towering monuments is however built on deeper ancient mysteries like Elephanta Caves. While all tourists may not be so philosophical, everyone surely enjoys Marine Drive.
Colaba Causeway is a shopper’s paradise because everything under the sun seems to be available there. And, let’s not forget the infamous Chor Bazaar that dates back to more than 150 years.
Local buses, auto-rickshaws, taxis and mobile-based call cabs – almost every available transport system is viable to the daily commuter as well as tourists in Mumbai.
Mumbai is gifted with a tropical, wet and dry climate. It is mildly hot with almost intolerable levels of humidity. The coastal location maintains a stagnant temperature throughout the year.
The bi-terminal international airport of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (IATA: BOM) is one of the busiest airports in the country, catering to a total of more than 25000 passengers on a daily basis.
How do I book my Mumbai to Mysuru flight ticket?
Please visit IndiGo’s website or download its mobile app.
Are the 2 terminals at Mumbai airport nearby?
Yes, it takes just 9 minutes by taxi i.e., 3.6 km.
Which are the tourist spots I can hit earliest after landing in Mysuru?
Karanji Lake, Jamia Masjid Mosque, Chaaru Art Gallery and Mysuru Palace are relatively close to the airport.
What documents do I need at IndiGo check-in counters?
For domestic travel, IndiGo customers need to only present their itinerary and a valid photo identity proof at check-in counters.
How can I book online for on-board snacks?
You can pre-book your snacks while making your reservation or add it later on. If you haven’t booked your snacks you can also purchase it on-board the flight.
What sort of transport facilities can I expect at Mysuru Airport?
State-run buses and shuttle bus services are very much capable of getting you to either your place of interest or a nearby hotel.
Where can I get the best flight booking offers?
You can get the best available flight booking offers on your international as well as domestic flight tickets on the IndiGo website or the mobile app.