Flights to Mumbai on Singapore Airlines dip down to $794 return

Stephanie Yip 27 July 2017 NEWS

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Start 2018 off with a bang with discounted flights to India.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Formally Bombay, the beautiful waterfront city of Mumbai commands attention. It's perhaps best known for being the home of Bollywood and right now you can get cheap all-inclusive flights into the city from $794 return.

It's all thanks to the latest Singapore Airlines sale, which sees prices to numerous Asian destinations including Delhi, Ho Chi Minh City and Mumbai slashed to as little as $599 return.

For those who are India bound, Mumbai flights are available departing Melbourne from $794 return and departing Sydney or Brisbane from $799 return.

If you're searching for adventure in Delhi, you can also snap up flights for a steal in this sale. Sample fares include Melbourne to Delhi from $773 return, Sydney to Delhi from $788 return and Brisbane to Delhi from $789 return.

Flights to both cities are for travel between 18 February and 15 March 2018, which for Mumbai is the cool dry season, making it a pleasant journey with little rainfall.

The last notable sale on travel to Mumbai was earlier in the month with budget airline AirAsia offering fares from Melbourne for $713 return. While the sale from Singapore Airlines might be a tad pricier, the comparison on service is more than enough to make up for it with Singapore offering five-star service, checked baggage, in-flight entertainment and on-board meals.

Book: These flights are available to book through Flight Centre online

These flights aren't part of a particular promotion and are available until sold out.

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