||Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai - 400099, India
|Number of Terminals
||One terminal at Sahar for International flights.
Another terminal with two buildings at Santacruz (E) for domestic
||Recently a consortium called Mumbai
International Airport Ltd. (MIAL), consisting of GVK and South
African Airports (SAA), was appointed to carry out the modernisation
of the Mumbai Airport.
||Indian Standard Time UTC + 5:30 Hrs
||Sahar airport terminal is located about 30 kms. and
Santacruz airport terminal is located about 25 kms. north of Mumbai
|Transfer between Terminals
||Free inter-terminal coach services transfer passengers between the terminals.
||The airport is well signposted from Mumbai.
||Car parking is available at both terminals. There are
about 1200 spaces at Terminal 2 and 800 spaces at the Terminal 1, with premium and standard car parks available at both terminals.
Parking charges are Rs.60/- (About US $ 1.50) for 4 Hours or part
thereof. Premium Parking charges are Rs.120/- (About US $ 2.75) for
4 Hours or part thereof.
||Car hire companies are operated by private agencies and can be found in the Arrivals halls of both terminals.
||Pre-paid taxis, metered taxis and auto-rickshaws
are available at the airport (journey time to the city centre:
||Buses are available, with a city bus service to Mumbai and a pre-paid coach service to destinations in the southern states available. Intercity coach services can be booked in the Arrivals areas of Terminal 2.
A railway reservation counter is situated in Terminal 2, for connections to the metro rail system; trains run to
the nearby airport Mumbai CST Terminus (formerly known as the Victoria Terminus) and Churchgate for connections to Mumbai and destinations throughout India.
|Information and Help Desks
||A meet and greet counter is located in Terminal 1B. There are also tourist information counters.
|Money and communications
||Telecommunications centres, offering telephones, fax, Internet and photocopying, are located in both terminals. There are also telephones, hotel reservation counters, bureaux de change, ATMs and postal services throughout both terminals.
|Eating and drinking
||There are restaurants, snack bars, tea, cold drinks and coffee vending booths, bars, ice cream and chocolate shops.
||Duty-free shopping is available in Terminal 2
||Left-luggage facilities are available in both terminals.
||These include first aid and medical services, child care rooms and special snoozer chairs.
|Facilities for Disabled Travellers
||There are lifts between floors, as well as disabled toilets and disabled parking at the airport. Wheelchairs are also available from the airlines on request; passengers requiring special assistance should inform the airline prior to travel. Free assistance to disabled passengers is available.
|Conference and Business Facilities
||There is a business centre and executive lounges in
the Departures areas of both terminals. Airlines provide business
class lounges and there is a designated executive lounge.