Terminal 1 of Mumbai Airport is normally host to well-known celebrities. Recently, top Bollywood actors Arbaaz Khan and Saif Ali Khan aroused the attention of shutterbugs at Mumbai airport. Paparazzi papped Saif Ali Khan in a comfy and sporty look.
Two housekeeping staff at the Mumbai Airport named Snehal Gaikwad (27) and security guard Dayanand Bhable (37) were arrested for allegedly stealing 250 gm of gold dust and forcibly taking a gold ring from a woman flyer named Jumana Sadriwala
Indigo Airlines which is also known has goindigo.in operates from the following Terminals in New Delhi and Mumbai Airports.
A number of leading celebrities have been flying after the air services resumed a few days. Vindu Dara Singh, a film actor, is the latest celebrity to take to the skies. He flew from Chandigarh to Mumbai on Friday morning on an Indigo flight
According to a decision by the Maharashtra Government, Mumbai airport will resume operations from May 25 and it will allow 25 arrivals and 25 departures on a daily basis
The Tamil Nadu government has agreed to the resumption of flight services from the State as decided by the Center. Initially the state had suggested that flights be resumed only after May 31. However, it has now agreed that flight services can be resumed for the convenience of passengers
Pursuant to the green signal by the Civil Aviation department to airlines to resume domestic air activities from May 25, all airlines, including Air India, started ticket booking for May 25 and onwards
Mumbai Airport authorities have announced that Air India, Air Asia India, IndiGo, SpiceJet and Vistara will resume services from May 25. GoAir, which entirely operates from Terminal I, has opened bookings only from June 1
Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) has issued an advisory for passengers travelling to and fro Mumbai Airport
The Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) has announced that it is ready to resume operations as soon as the lockdown caused by the CoronaVirus pandemic is released by the Government