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New York John F Kennedy International (JFK) is a bustling airport with over 70 operating airlines. From Brooklyn, the airport is about a 20-minute drive using the Van Wyck Expressway S/I-678 S. From Long Island, the Belt Parkway W goes directly to the airport. Subways from Lower and Midtown Manhattan connect with AirTrain, which delivers passengers to their terminals.
Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji (BOM) is a popular international airport that is also home to an accomplished art gallery. Air India, Emirates and United Airlines offer regular afternoon and evening flights that range from 17 to 21 hours. The Suburban Railway Network accesses most of Mumbai. Fleet taxis and rental cars are also available.
For pop culture aficionados, Bollywood cinema can be experienced in person with guided tours. For the historically inclined, tours of The Gate of India and the caves on Elephanta Island exemplify the area's rich history.
Mumbai is the most populated city in India and most locals choose to travel using the Suburban Railway Network, so this may be a better option than car transport. Be sure to become acquainted with the city's layout before you fly. Weather is consistently very warm in this area, ranging from the low 70s to the upper 90s Fahrenheit, so pack light clothes that will keep you cool.