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Flights to resume from T1 at Mumbai Airport from March 10

Terminal 1 at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) will resume operations after being shuttered for a year. From March 10, carriers such as GoAir and IndiGo will operate domestic flights from T1 instead of T2.

Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) will resume domestic flights from Terminal 1 (T1) from March 10. Operations at Terminal 1 have been suspended since the nationwide lockdown over the coronavirus pandemic was announced late last March with all flights departing from Terminal 2 (T2) instead.

Four airlines—GoAir, Star Air, Air Asia and Trujet—will operate domestic flights from Mumbai airport’s T1. GoAir’s international flights will continue to depart from T2. Additionally, while all of IndiGo’s international flights will fly from T2, its domestic flights will be split between T1 and T2, so be sure to double-check your boarding pass.

CSMIA officials have said that the airport’s lounges will be functional, though passengers will have to follow social distancing norms. Authorities will also make safety arrangements such as screening of passengers, disinfection and sanitization, face masks and PPE kits, contactless travel and rearranged seats to facilitate social distancing.

Here’s a handy list of airlines departing from T1 and T2 at Mumbai Airport.

Airlines operating from Mumbai Airport’s T1

  • AirAsia (domestic)
  • GoAir (domestic)
  • IndiGo (Flights with numbers 6E 5500–6E 5900)
  • Star Air
  • TruJet

Airlines operating from Mumbai Airport’s T2

All international flights will continue to operate from T2. In addition, the following airlines will run their domestic flights from this terminal:

  • Air India
  • AirAsia
  • Alliance Air
  • IndiGo (All international and domestic flights except those in the series 6E 5500–6E 5900.)
  • SpiceJet
  • Vistara

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