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GOOD NEWS FOR PASSENGERS TRAVELLING THROUGH MUMBAI AIRPORT

Starting from 15 March 2016, Jet airways will operate all domestic services from Terminal T2 of Mumbai international airport

Gate number 07 at level 4 will give you an easy access to the jet airways counter.

Minimum transit time from domestic to international flights is 75 minutes and from international to Domestic flights is 90 minutes



Air India shifts domestic operations to T2 terminal at Mumbai


Starting October 1, 2015, Air India has relocated its domestic operations from the Santa Cruz airport to Terminal 2 (T2) of the Mumbai airport to integrate its international operation with domestic flights. The move will also help members of Star Alliance to easily transfer passengers


With this, Air India would make Mumbai its second hub after Delhi. Air India have moved our entire operations under one roof, which is much more efficient way of handling transfers and provide the best experience to passengers.


From T2, Air India will operate 63 flights out of Mumbai, of which 52 are to domestic destinations.



Air India promotes San Francisco flight with offer

Air India, which will introduce a direct flight connecting New Delhi and San Francisco from December 2015, has offered complementary domestic Executive (Business) class return ticket for First class and Business class passengers who would be booking in this new sector.


"This offer is available on tickets booked between October 1, 2015 and January 15,2016, which can be availed on travel between December 2,2015 and January 31, 2016. Applicable taxes will be paid by passenger. The Passenger may also give the award ticket to any of his nominee."


Air India will deploy a Boeing 777 in their long haul route



Singapore Airlines introduces new premier economy class


Singapore airlines has offered discounts in Economy and Tickets in the Premium Economy class, which are 45 to 60 per cent costlier than economy class, are available on the Airbus A380 services from both Delhi and Mumbai to Singapore and onwards to Sydney, Hong Kong, Auckland, Frankfurt and Los Angeles



This new class with seats having more leg space and recline is being introduced after a two year development programme and an investment of about $80 million to introduce premium Economy is in response to feedback received from customers which highlighted the increasing global acceptance for this new cabin class