What information do I need to know when arriving in Mumbai?
- Please provide your immigration card and passport. Those who do not have an Indian passport (including people of Japanese nationality) must submit the Immigration Card. The boarding pass may be required to be displayed.
- Your customs declaration form must be presented.
- Please be aware that the counters for e-Tourist Visa applications and VISA ON ARRIVAL are separated.
Tips to Board Your Flight Successfully
- Arrive at the airport no later than three hours prior to departure to guarantee that you are not running late and that you have brought all you are required to bring; the three-hour interval will allow you to return home if necessary if you happen to have forgotten anything.
- Many flights offer online check-ins on their website, or you can do it in-person at their respective counter at the airport.
- Ensure that you receive your boarding pass after check-ins. If you have luggage, you must check it in during this stage. Make sure the capacity is within the allowed range.
- Find the gate you are supposed to fly from for the issued boarding pass.
- You can pass the time while waiting by reading a book or using your phone to browse the internet.
- When your flight is called, board the aircraft and take your assigned seat.
- Follow the instructions on the plane, one of them by putting your seat belts on and putting your device on air plane mode.
- Enjoy your flights!
- Once landed, pick up your luggage and choose your mode of transportation to get to your destination. You can hail a taxi, use available city bus, or book Uber.