Mumbai's CSMIA to operate all domestic & international flights from Terminal 2, April 21 onwards

Officials have also requested the passengers to contact their respective airlines for other details.

Keeping the current grip of the pandemic in mind, the Maharashtra government has undertaken and implemented a slew of stringent COVID-19 protocols, inclusive of a 15-day curfew. Now, to streamline the operations at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, at par with COVID norms and to monitor air travellers, the officials have taken another step ahead. CSMIA will now re-consolidate all domestic passenger flights currently operating from Terminal 1, as per the statement of an official, released on Thursday.

All domestic & international services to be operated from the advanced Terminal 2

From the 21st of April, CSMIA will operate all domestic and international services from the advanced Terminal 2. Officials have also requested the passengers with tickets of GoAir, Star Air, AirAsia, TruJet and IndiGo flights, to contact their respective airlines for other details.

Further, the authorities of CSMIA have absolutely assured that everyone on the premises of the airport, is strictly adhering to all the issued protocols against the infectious coronavirus. Even the guidelines furnished by the Centre and Maharashtra government to halt the spread of the virus, are being rigorously practised.

If you've just arrived in Mumbai amid the night curfew, then do keep the following in mind:

  • No one is allowed to move in public without a valid reason
  • Cinema halls, theatres, swimming pools, gyms and sports complexes to remain closed
  • All restaurants and bars to remain closed for walk-ins. Only home delivery services shall be allowed. People are not allowed to visit restaurants or bars for ordering purposes or pickup
  • Shooting for film/serials/advertisements to be closed
  • Public places like beaches, gardens, open spaces, etc. shall remain closed
  • Religious places of worship to remain closed
  • All political activity to be stopped in the state
  • Barbershops, spas, salons and beauty parlours to remain closed
  • All schools and colleges to remain closed
  • Students who have to take any examination will be allowed to travel along with one adult, on basis of a valid hall ticket.
  • All private coaching classes to remain closed
  • Any industrial process that is a net consumer of oxygen as a raw material is to be disallowed. Those processes, which come under essential activities or circumstances, could be exempted after written permission from Development Commissioner
To know more about the curfew and other updates, click here.

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