The five domestic carriers which will operate from Terminal 1 are Go Air, Star Air, Air Asia, Trujet and Indigo 6E 5500- 6E 5999.
“For the kind attention of Domestic passengers flying to and from Mumbai! CSMIA will be re-opening Terminal 1 from March 10th 2021,” CSMIA wrote on their official Twitter handle.
For the kind attention of Domestic passengers flying to and from Mumbai! CSMIA will be re-opening Terminal 1 from March 10th 2021.@goairlinesindia @OfficialStarAir @AirAsiaIndian @FlyTruJet @IndiGo6E #ImportantUpdate #WeCare #CSMIA #COVID19 #Travel #MumbaiAirport #Passengers pic.twitter.com/dBDen6BY3c
— CSMIA (@CSMIA_Official) March 9, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, flight services from T1 which caters to domestic passengers, were suspended since March 2020.
“The resumption of services from T1 will help maintain social distancing measures, uphold passenger safety, and ensure a seamless transit,” Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) said in a statement on Monday (March 8).
To avoid crowding at the airport, there will be 38 check-in counters operational across the five domestic carriers.
“There are (COVID-19 RT-PCR) testing facilities at Terminal 1- arrivals and departures both. They are located at departures near Gate 1 and at arrivals it is located near belt 5,” CSMIA said in a statement.
“Test reports will have to be provided within 72 hours of arriving at Mumbai. If they don’t have the test results, they have the option to undertake the test at the airport and be allowed to go home, only after officials taking a note of the details of the passengers,” it further said.
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