About Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM) Mumbai
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (BOM ) is one of the busiest international airport of India, which is serving the Mumbai metropolitan area. It is the second busiest airport in the country, serving domestic and international passengers. As far as the cargo traffic is been considered upon, it is considered to be the second busiest airport of the country. The airport has three operating terminals, spread over a total area of 750 hectares. The airport handles an average movement of 950 aircrafts on a regular basis.
The Mumbai Airport is well connected to roads and railways. With the incorporation of metro services in Mumbai, you may get a connection through Metro, when travelling through the Mumbai airport. In addition you may find a lot of auto rickshaws and low floor buses, to navigate between the city and different terminals of the airport. Mumbai domestic airport is nearer to Vile Parle railway station and Kurla junction is the nearest central railway station. For reaching the international terminal of the airport, you need to visit the Andheri station on the western line.