Welcome to Mumbai Airport

About Mumbai Airport (IATA: BOM): Mumbai has one unique Airport, the Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport. This airport was in the past two different airports: Santa Cruz Airport and Sahar Airport, some locals are still using these names nowadays. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport serves as one of India's major international airports. It is the second busiest after Delhi Airport.

About Mumbai: Mumbai is the world's most populous metropolis. The city is located on an island with a deep natural harbour and is the nation's commercial capital. It is located on the west coast of India and is the capital of the state of Maharashtra. The name was officially changed from Bombay to Mumbai in 1995, but the former name is still used worldwide to refer to the city.

New Terminal T2

The new Terminal T2 or International Terminal was opened on January 2014, but is still under construction until 2015.


The airport is growing very fast, 34,99 Million passenger pased throught the airport in 2014.

International Gateway

The Mumbai Airport (BOM) along with Delhi Airport, is the primary international gateway to India and is used by approx. 50 international airlines


The airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 or Domestic Terminal, and Terminal 2 or International Terminal. Both terminals are 5km away one from other
Flight Status
Check on-line the status of your flight. Check Arrivals Flight Status or Departures Flight Status
Prepaid taxi is the easiest way to arrive to Mumbai city center, but train could be fastest on peak hours. See tips
The two terminals are far one from other, be sure which terminal are you going to use. See more terminal info.
Car Rental
If you want to rent a car, use the search engine on our car rental page and compare all operating companies
Present and Future
The airport is changing very fast, the new T2 is being used since January 2014 and is still underconstruction to become the unique terminal on airport

Contact Information

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Phone (24x7 Helpline): +91 22 66851010