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Mumbai Airport

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport MumbaiMumbai is India's commercial capital having a global edge to its markets and that has ensured the city to have an efficient network of extensive airliners that make regular flights to and from Mumbai. You have almost all major cities of the world connected to Mumbai through regular flights round the clock.

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Mumbai has one top-end international airport named Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport located 29kms North from Mumbai city. It is the busiest airport in India, currently handling up to 45 landings and takeoffs per hour. This airport has all the facilities to assist you while you are in Mumbai. There are government and state information kiosks where you have all your queries answered. The airport has Left luggage cloakroom in the car park besides arrivals, which is open round the clock and charges Rs. 50 per day.

The Chhatrpati Shivaji Airport has also 24hrs bank for foreign exchange in Arrivals, bureau de change, ATMs and postal services are in both Terminals. You have telecommunications services at both terminals with phones, fax, internet and photocopying facilities. You can enjoy your food at Terminal 2, which is duty free and thus you don't have to shell out extra money. And of course like all major International airports the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport has shopping outlets with restaurants, snack bars, vending machines, bars and confectionary shops at both Terminals. There are also special facilities for the people with physical disabilities including disabled toilets, parking and wheelchairs on request.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport
Chhatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport or Santa Cruz Airport is about 25kms away from the city center with all the domestic flights flitting across all the major Indian cities. The airport has an airport bus service that operates between the airports and Air India Building at Nariman Point. It takes an hour to the domestic terminal and fifteen minutes longer to the international terminal. However, you must have time margins to avoid the peak hour rush. Tickets can be bought either on the buses or at the booth outside the Air India Building. Shuttle buses operate at regular intervals between the domestic and international airports.

There are pre-paid taxis and auto rickshaws at the airport and a railway reservation counter is situated at Terminal 2 for connections to the metro rail system; trains run to he nearby airport Mumbai CST Terminus and Churchgate for connections to Mumbai and destinations throughout India.