Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), one of the world’s busiest single-runway airports, broke its single-day record by handling 1,30,374 passenger arrivals on September 17, the highest since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. .
This growth is a result of new destinations, increasing flight movements and increased airline capacity at the airport.
On September 17, around 95,080 passengers traveled through Terminal 2 (T2) and 35,294 through Terminal 1 (T1) with a total of 839 flight movements today.
Among the domestic routes, Indigo, Vistara and GoFirst contributed the highest passenger traffic.
On the international front, IndiGo, Air India and Emirates are the top three airlines.
Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai were the top three domestic destinations, while Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Singapore were the top three international routes with the highest number of flights.