the nation's Financial Hub, is visited by scores of people
throughout the year. The Island city has its own airport, called
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), to keep its
visitors at convenience. Being an ISO 9001: 2000 certified airport,
CSIA has all the features of an intercontinental airport. Indeed, it
is the busiest airport of the country, which receives most of the
international traffic to India. Stretched over an area of 1450
acres, CSIA is the leading international and domestic aviation hub
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport was earlier known as Sahar International Airport and Santacruz Domestic Airport, seeing that its terminals are sited in the bounds of Santacruz and Sahar. It has two international terminals - 2A and 2C and two domestic terminals - 1A and 1B. From the international terminals, no less than 46 airlines operate around the world, while the domestic terminals cater to the domestic flights of Indian Airlines and various private airlines. The authorities have left no stones unturned to ensure a comfortable journey to the passengers.
For connecting passengers, Airport Authorities of India (AAI) has provided shuttle services between the domestic and international terminals. Approximating any other global airport, Mumbai (erstwhile Bombay) Airport is stippled with all the top-notch amenities and features. Ranging from car parking to hiring, public conveniences to ATMs, communications to duty-free shops, luggage services to medical facilities, every single facility can be availed at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.