Mumbai Airport (BOM) Terminal change Update: From 12 PM, March 10, Go Air, Star Air, Air Asia, and Trujet will continue all their homegrown activities from Terminal 1. In the event of Indigo, while a large portion of its flight activities will be overseen from Terminal 2, the base flights will work through Terminal 1.
Mumbai Airport (BOM) Terminal change Update: Flyers loading onto homegrown departures from Mumbai air terminal should pay heed that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) is re-opening its Terminal 1 (T1) for homegrown flight activities from March 10. The choice has been taken to shield the wellbeing and security, everything being equal. With the approach of the cross-country lockdown in March 2020, the operations at T1 have been suspended by the way and have been combined into Terminal 2 for the accommodation of travelers and partners.
IndiGo, Go Air, Star Air, Air Asia, Trujet travelers, from 12 PM, March 10, Go Air, Star Air, Air Asia, and Trujet will continue all its homegrown tasks from Terminal 1. In the case of Indigo, while a large part of the flight tasks would be overseen from Terminal 2, base flights would be operated from Terminal 1. All travelers going through Terminal 1, will actually want to appreciate the extravagances of the parlors and the elite retail and F&B encounters, holding fast to an undeniable degree of security and cleanliness norms. Further, all methods of transport back and forth will be made accessible for the comfort of the travelers, as in the past.
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