Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji (BOM) Airport

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji BOM Airport Overview

Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport BOM (or simply 'CSIA' - and still referred to by many as 'Sahar Airport') is  India's primary, and one of South Asia's busiest airports, and is the counry's largest and most important aviation hub, serving the densely-populated City of Mumbay and its surrounding areas. Since 2006 CSIA has been transformed into a world-class facility.
CSIA received in May 2014 the 'Golden Peacock Innovative Product /Service Award'.

CSIA is located 25-35 km from Mumbay's city center -bordering the towns of Sahar & Bramhan Wadi - and is across from the Mumbai suburbs of Santacruz & Andheri. It is accessible via the Western Express Highway, leading directly to the Domestic Terminals, and, farther north, leading to the Sahar Road Exit, taking you directly to the International Terminal & the new Terminal 2.  

With two long runways and an estimated 32 million passengers, Chhatrapati Shivaji International is hub to Air India, and a number of other airlines, and is served by numerous domestic and international airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

On-Airport hotels at Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport
:  Near the Domestic Terminals is the Bahara Star, and at the International Terminal complex are the Grand Maratha, Hyatt, InterContinental, Leela and Mirage hotels.
CSIA currently has two major passenger terminals - new International T2 & old Domestic T1.  T1 is to be integrated into T2.

Current & Future Airport Developments:  While CSIA’s domestic & international terminals are presently situated in different locations, the aim is to integrate them and to transform the Airport into one of the world’s most modern airports, with a full range of services and technology. 
A new Navi Mumbai Airport is intended to absorb some 10 million passengers from CSIA. After many delays, the US$2.4B project has completed its land acquisition, while selection of company to undertake pre-development work is scheduled for March 2015.

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