Mumbai Airport to change terminals for domestic, international flights from 1 October

While the Terminal 2 of the airport operates both domestic as well as international flight, the airport currently operates 50 international and 9 domestic airlines

Asian News International August 27, 2019 07:53:06 IST
Mumbai Airport to change terminals for domestic, international flights from 1 October
  • This will ensure convenience to passengers travelling through Mumbai International Airport, thereby benefitting both airlines and passengers at large

  • Mumbai International Airport has allocated Terminal 1 with terminal boarding bridges for all airlines

  • The Terminal 2 of the airport operates both domestic as well as international flights

Mumbai: GVK-led Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) will witness the unification of operations at terminal 1 and 2 starting 1 October  2019 for domestic flights of IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir.

Mumbai Airport to change terminals for domestic international flights from 1 October

A file image of the Mumbai international airport. PTI

This will ensure convenience to passengers travelling through Mumbai International Airport, thereby benefitting both airlines and passengers at large.

Mumbai Airport to change terminals for domestic international flights from 1 October

Having catered to over 48 million passengers in 2018-2019, CSMIA is always abuzz with travellers. Being one of the busiest airports in India, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport has allocated Terminal 1 with terminal boarding bridges for all airlines.

While the Terminal 2 of the airport operates both domestic as well as international flight, the airport currently operates 50 international and 9 domestic airlines. The primary runway at CSMIA handles more than 46 arrivals and departures per hour while the secondary runway has a capacity of 35 flight movements per hour.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport has always taken keen initiatives keeping in mind the passenger first approach. Through the world-class services and offerings, CSMIA endeavors to provide a convenient and comfortable experience to passengers travelling via Mumbai. Right from paperless boarding to ordering food from an app to body scanners, CSMIA has always put passengers first.

 

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