The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Worldwide Airport (CSMIA) in Mumbai has decides to as soon as once more consolidate its flight operations to at least one terminal – T2 – from April 21 amid rising variety of COVID-19 instances within the metropolis.
The private airport operator had solely on March 10 reopened its home passenger terminal T-1 for normal flight operations after conserving it closed for practically a 12 months.
“In gentle of the most recent developments within the ongoing pandemic state of affairs, CSMIA has determined to re-consolidate all home passenger flights at present working by way of Terminal 1. With impact from April 21, the airport will likely be conducting all worldwide in addition to home flight operations by way of its Terminal 2,” CSMIA stated in a press release.
All passengers of GoAir, Star Air, Air Asia, TruJet and IndiGo have been requested to get in contact with the respective airways for additional queries, it stated.
The Mumbai airport has two terminals T1 and T2. Terminal 1 caters to home passengers and Terminal 2 has worldwide companies moreover home operations of a few of the Indian airways. Previous to the pandemic, some airways have been finishing up their operations from T 1.
Nonetheless, after the resumption of home industrial passenger companies in late final 12 months, following a virtually two-month shutdown within the wake of the pandemic, the flight companies have been being operated solely from T2 until March 9 this 12 months.
From March 10, GoAir, Star Air, Air Asia and Trujet resumed all their home operations from Terminal 1.
Along with this, whereas IndiGo was working most of its flights from Terminal 2, its base flights have been being operated by way of Terminal 1.
CSMIA has been working intently with its stakeholders and related regulatory and authorities our bodies to curb the unfold of the virus, the airport operator stated within the launch.