Mumbai Airport to reopen Terminal 1

To be able to defend the well being and security of passengers at Covid-19 occasions, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Worldwide Airport (CSMIA) will reopen its Terminal 1 (T1) for home flights from March 10, officers stated on Friday.

After the lockdown on the finish of March 2020, T1 operations have been suspended and consolidated via Terminal 2 (T2) for the comfort of passengers and stakeholders.

With the rising variety of Covid-19 instances in Mumbai and in lots of components of Maharashtra, the CSMIA hopes it’s going to guarantee strict adherence to bodily distance requirements by all passengers.

From March 10, GoAir, StarAir, AirAsia and Trujet will resume all operations from T1, whereas IndiGo’s base flight shall be operated from right here and different flights will proceed from T2.

Nonetheless, CSMIA officers guarantee that even in T1, passengers will have the ability to get pleasure from luxurious lounges, world-class retail, food and drinks, and extra. whereas respecting greater ranges of security and hygiene.

The airport will make all different preparations at T1, similar to rigorous screening of passengers, employees, disinfection and sanitation, face masks and different essential PPE kits, bodily distance via rearranged seats, plexiglass to attenuate face-to-face interactions, encourage contactless funds, and many others.

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