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Mumbai offers excellent connectivity with daily flights from most of the major cities around the world. If you are flying from Europe, it is often more economical to fly from London, and there are many flights daily. Mumbai is also a busy domestic hub, with convenient connections to many national airports.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (www.csia.in), formerly known as Sahar International Airport, is the main airport serving the Mumbai Metropolitan Area. The international terminal T2 offers foreign-exchange counters and bank machines (Arrival Halls on Levels 1, 2) plus an information desk (Arrival Hall Level 2) and a pre-paid taxi booth (Level 1; pre-reserve here www.csia.in/tofrom/taxi-car-rentals.aspx) – most open 24 hours.
The International T2 Terminal is newly built, and marks India’s most advanced vertical passenger terminal that integrates world class design, architecture, infrastructure and operational efficiency, with a rich infusion of Indian heritage and culture. It also provides a range of world-class amenities.
The domestic terminals of the Chhatrapati Shivaji airport, known locally as Santacruz,are about 4 km from the international terminal, and a free shuttle bus links the two (time schedules here – www.csia.in/passenger/inter-terminal-transfers.aspx).
The domestic section of the airport has three terminals, and offers foreign-exchange bureaus (Terminals 1A, 1B), ticketing counters, information desks (Terminals 1A, 1B), and other traveller services.