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- Present & Future
- Transfer Between Terminals
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It is expected that Terminal 2 will be the only operating terminal in Mumbai Airport after the integration of Terminal 1 into Terminal 2.
In order to transfer between terminals, it comes necessary to use any of the available means of transport, since they are separated 5 kilometers from each other. Fixed rate inter-terminal services such as shuttle buses and taxis, connect both Mumbai Airport terminals.Please note that prices may vary according from which terminal you are changing to (from T1 to T2 is slightly expensive than T2 to T1). See below the price chart: 1. From T1 to T2: Sedan (Rs 245.00), SUV (Rs 750.00) 2. From T2 to...
Mumbai Airport Terminal 2 consist of four levels as attached below: 1. First level: Transportation level. It is home of the ground transportation lobby, service and the baggage handling system. 2. Second level: Arrivals Hall. It is home of the customs and immigration, including 72 counters, 10 baggage carousels, 72 immigration counters and Arrivals forecourt. 3. Third level: Domestic Departures Hall. Access by this level is done also from the fourth level. It hosts the domestic Retail Hub, th...
See attached the available services in Mumbai Airport Terminal 2: 1. Free Wi-Fi connection 2. Special needs services 3. Currency exchange (Centrum, Arrivals and Departures) 4. ATMs 5. Banking facilities 6. Postal services 7. Baggage wrapping (Departures check-in counters C, F, J, M 8. Baby care rooms (level 4 check-in area, level 2 Southwest Pier) 9. Information counters (level 4, Departures, level 2, domestic transfer security check, Arrivals Plaza). For more information, please call to the...
Mumbai Terminal 2 is composed by the following airport lounges: 1. Aviserv Lounge: Location: Landside level 2 (Arrivals), close to Gate A. Includes sleeping pods, showers, dress steam press, food and drink concessions, cloak room, travel accessories, etc. For further information, please contact: +91 77770 42851. 2. Travel Club: Location: Airside level 3, opposite Gate 44. Opening hours: 24 hours. 3. Pranaam Lounge: Location: Airside level 4. Opening hours: 24 hours. 4. Loyalty Lounge: Locatio...
Mumbai Airport Terminal 2 hosts an Indian air museum displayed on a long wall. It is the largest public art presentation in India.On the other hand, the terminal roof is worth to see, since it has been inspired by dancing white peacocks.
At Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2 there is a transit hotel open for all airport passengers, the Niranta Hotel. It is not only a transit hotel, it is also a lounge up to everyone who wishes to get relaxed and release stress.For further information, please contact: +91 22 67296729 / +91 7718 884351
Mumbai airport to again consolidate flight ops to one terminal from April 21
The city's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has decide to once again consolidate its flight operations to one terminal - T2 - from April 21 amid rising number of COVID-19 cases in the city.
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Flight arrivals at Terminal 2 Mumbai Airport (BOM) - Today. This information is gathered from third-party providers with a wide reputation on the sector, which in turn obtain the information from the airlines.
Departures from Terminal 2 Mumbai Airport (BOM) - Today Terminal. This list only contains flights from Terminal 2. See flights from all terminals. Search:
Flight Departures information from Mumbai Airport (BOM): Status and Estimated times - Today ... Terminal 2. Scheduled [+] Jaipur (JAI) 06:05 6E6515. IndiGo. 2 ...
Measuring 4.4 million square feet, the striking Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2 is expected to serve 40 million travelers per year, nearly twice as many as the building it replaces.
- CSIA’s New Terminal
- Building Mumbai International Airport’S New Terminal-2
- Design Highlights of The CSIA Terminal
- New Facilities at The Terminal
- Contractors on The Terminal 2 Project
The old Terminal-2, which opened in January 1981, was redesigned and rebuilt between 2007 and 2013 in order to manage the increasing passenger traffic and provide world class facilities at the airport. The reconstruction was carried out in three phases starting from 2008.
The new Terminal-2 combines both international and domestic passenger services under one roof. It is a cross-shaped building facilitating efficient terminal operations and quick passenger movement. It was built on a 105ha site and comprises of a 45m tall four-story building with 4.4 million square feet. The new terminal can accommodate 9,900 passengers during peak hours. The first floor of the terminal building will be used for ground transportation. The second floor will be used for arrivals, whereas the third floor will provide space for retail as well as domestic security. The fourth floor will be used for common international and domestic check-ins as well as for international security and retail.
The new terminal is covered with a 50ft tall cable-stayed glass wall which is the longest of its kind in the world. The terminal’s huge roof, spanning 11 acre (4.45ha), is supported by 30 mushroom-shaped multi-story mega-columns. It stands out as one of the world’s biggest roof structure without an expansion joint. The transparent facade of the terminal building uses high-performance glazing system to allow natural light into the interiors while also ensuring optimal thermal performance and glare mitigation. The terminal designreceived American Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum in 2012. It also received gold certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the US Green Building Council.
The new terminal features 208 check-in counters, 23 domestic and 30 international security pedestals, 52 boarding bridges, and 60 immigration counters. It has 161 elevators, 47 escalators, 41 travellators, and 10 baggage carrousels. It also features an 11.6m-long escalator, which is the tallest in India. The automated baggage handling systemat the terminal can process 9600 bags per hour. The terminal offers seating space for 10,900 passengers and visitors. It also houses lounges, a day hotel, and a transit hotel. The retail space offered by the new terminal is about 700,000 square feet. The multi-level car park at the terminal can accommodate up to 5,200 cars during peak hours.
Larsen & Toubro (L&T) was awarded the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the new terminal project in November 2007. The terminal design was provided by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM). CH2M HILL provided programme management and consulting services. Pteris Global provided the baggage handling systems under a $53m contract awarded in April 2010. SITA signed a deal with MIAL in February 2013 to provide advanced passenger handling technology at the new terminal. Wipro was awarded a 10 year contract in the same month to provide IT management services for the new terminal.
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Sahar Terminal 2A, the first phase of the three-part terminal, was opened on 5 December 1980. AAI had been considering the modernisation of Mumbai airport in 1996 although the AAI board approved a modernisation proposal only in 2003.
- Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL)
- 11 m / 37 ft
- 45,873,329 (6%)