Mumbai airport expands flight operations, introduces new international routes and destinations this winter | Mint – Mint

A total of 975 flights to fly out of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport daily offering connectivity to 115 different destinations this winter. The Airport is expanding flight operations in several new routes
An official release said, “The winter schedule will witness new destinations offering more than 975 daily flight movements experiencing around an 8 per cent increase vis-a-vis winter schedule of 2022, with an impressive connectivity offering connecting travellers to 115 different destinations.”
The winter schedule will start from October 29 until March 30, 2024.
It added that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) is expanding flight operations with new expected international routes to Almaty in Kazakhstan and Bali in Indonesia, in addition to facilitating the resumption of operations by Air Canada and Azerbaijan Airlines.
“Passengers travelling to and from Mumbai now have access to a range of thrilling vacation destinations, including Entebbe, Lagos, and various other enticing African destinations. Travellers can choose from a variety of destinations, including tropical destinations such as the Maldives, the vibrant cities of He Chi Minh and Hanoi in Vietnam, the idyllic islands of Mauritius and Seychelles, and Tokyo for a blend of winter sun and urban adventures,” the release added.
Further, according to the statement, Emirates also introduced its Premium Economy cabin class in India on October 19, commencing from CSMIA as its initial hub.
“The airline will officially roll out this cabin class starting October 30th,” the statement read further.
“In terms of airlines, IndiGo emerges as the frontrunner with a market share of 38 per cent from Chhatrapati Shivaji Mahara CSMIA. Followed by Air India with 18 per cent, and Vistara standing strong at 3rd position with 15 per cent market share,” it added.
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