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Travelling from Mumbai airport? Know these latest changes
The reason for these changes in the Mumbai Airport T2 is the slots which were held by Jet Airways have been temporarily re-distributed among other airlines. With an extra slot in hands, the carriers such as IndiGo, Air Asia, GoAir and SpiceJet got the chance to expand the network.
Mumbai airport is among busiest airports in the country having two terminal points for flights to take off and landing purposes. The terminal 1 is exclusively kept for budget airlines like GoAir, IndiGo, SpiceJet and TrueJet. It has 11 terminal boarding bridges. The handling capacity is 10 million passengers per year. On the other hand, terminal 2 is extensively used for international flights and some selective domestic flights. The airport has an area of 210,000 sq. meters. It has 192 check-in counters and 60 immigration counters at departure, and 14 baggage carousels and 76 immigration counters at arrival. It has seen lots of changes so far. The reason for these changes in the Mumbai Airport T2 is the slots which were held by Jet Airways have been temporarily re-distributed among other airlines. With an extra slot in hands, the carriers such as IndiGo, Air Asia, GoAir and SpiceJet got the chance to expand the network.
IndiGo new flights from terminal 2
If you are travelling in terminal 2 then you should know that from 15 April 2019 onwards IndiGo will carry additional flights from Mumbai Terminal 2 to Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore, Kochi, Nagpur, Patna, Vadodara, Varanasi and Kochi.
AirAsia flights from terminal 2
Apart from IndiGo, AirAsia has also announced today its network expansion plans by starting 10 new connections from Mumbai terminal 2. AirAsia India will now connect Mumbai to Kochi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Indore, New Delhi and Bengaluru from Mumbai terminal 2 Airport. Flights to the new routes have commenced from today.
GoAir flights from terminal 2
Budget carrier GoAir announced that they will launch 28 additional flights to their network from which eight services will be from Mumbai Terminal 2. This services commenced from April 26, flight numbers starting from G82000 to G82999 will depart and arrive at Terminal 2 of the Mumbai airport.
SpiceJet flights from terminal 2
SpiceJet is looking at the possibility to induct up to 40 Jet Airways aircraft to expand significantly from Mumbai and Delhi. As SpiceJet is inducting more aircraft, they have announced some more new routes out of Mumbai Terminal 2. Here is the list of SpiceJet new flights that will operate from terminal 2.
Mumbai – Srinagar – Jammu – Mumbai
SG6280 BOM0515 – 0810SXR 737 D
SG6380 SXR0850 – 0920IXJ 737 D
SG6381 IXJ0950 – 1245BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Madurai
SG6378 BOM1325 – 1520IXM 737 D
SG6379 IXM1550 – 1815BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Coimbatore
SG6245 BOM1910 – 2105CJB 737 D
SG6248 CJB2135 – 0015(+1 day)BOM 737 D
From May 8, 2019, SpiceJet will add,
Mumbai – Chennai
SG6287 BOM0015 – 0215MAA 737 D
SG6289 MAA0645 – 0845BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Dehradun
SG6289 BOM0925 – 1120DED 737 D
SG6290 DED1200 – 1430BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Kochi
SG6282 BOM1510 – 1705COK 737 x2
SG6283 COK1735 – 1940BOM 737 x2
Mumbai – Delhi
SG6902 BOM2020 – 2210DEL 737 D
SG8723 DEL0830 – 1035BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Guwahati
SG6265 BOM1115 – 1425GAU 737 D
SG6266 GAU1455 – 1805BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Jaipur
SG6236 BOM1845 – 2025JAI 737 D
SG6237 JAI2055 – 2310BOM 737 D
From May 11, 2019, SpiceJet will add,
Mumbai – Bengaluru
SG6352 BOM2000 – 2135BLR 737 D
SG6351 BLR0515 – 0710BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Gorakhpur
SG6351 BOM0750 – 1010GOP 737 D
SG6353 GOP1045 – 1305BOM 737 D
Mumbai – Chennai
SG6354 BOM1355 – 1550MAA 737 D
SG6355 MAA1720 – 1915BOM 737 D
Foodtech at Mumbai airport:
Now at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport you can pre-order food and have it delivered or self-picked. Passengers will have the option of getting their food delivered at their boarding gates, especially during peak hours. This service will be available from both Terminal 1 and 2. A person flying in and out of Mumbai airport could avail the service either through the mobile application by scanning QR codes, or at the kiosk setups at the airport starting from June 2019.
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