Mumbai airport to resume flight services at Terminal 1 from 20 Oct amid festive season

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Mumbai airport: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) will resume operations at Terminal 1 from October 20, amid falling coronavirus cases across Maharashtra. Proceedings were halted in March 2021, as the number of Govt-19 cases increased.

The official page of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai said on Twitter that there had been an increase in passenger traffic and a sudden increase in CSMIA on Friday morning.

This morning, a long queue of passengers was seen at the Mumbai airport as several passengers went missing.

CSMIA has issued a suggestion, “Passenger traffic has increased since the start of the festive season and there was a sharp increase in CSMIA this morning.”

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“Security measures at CSMIA have been further enhanced due to recent intelligence reports and threats received from shareholders at another airport in the state. The safety and security of our passengers is a top priority and our efforts to not compromise on these important aspects continue,” the statement said.

He added, “CSMIA Airport has deployed additional staff at all passenger checkpoints for a quick turnaround for a consistent travel experience.”

“In addition, CSMIA adheres to all Govt guidelines laid down by the government to ensure a smooth transition. CSMIA apologizes for any inconvenience caused to any passengers and provides them with all necessary support,” it added.