By Staff Correspondent
The opening of a renovated general aviation terminal exclusively for business jets was announced by Adani group-run Mumbai International Airport on November 1.
The refurbished terminal, spread over 753.26 square feet, at India’s second busiest airport in the financial capital is capable of handling around 50 passengers per hour. An efficient processing area with Immigration and Customs along with immediate access to private jet aircraft stands from the Terminal shall be provided by the terminal.
Facilities such as expansive lounges with round-the-clock staff-on-call and butler, booking of conference and meeting rooms with audio and video aids, among others are offered by the revamped terminal, the private airport operator said.
A Mumbai airport spokesperson said that on an average, the terminal handles 2,400 fliers per month through 750 international and domestic flights on average per month. Daily, it witnesses over 80 fliers arriving or departing with 25 flights on average, he said.
According to Mumbai Airport, the airport handled 6,081 passengers at the general aviation terminal, in the first seven months of 2022.
The terminal has been built for supporting the processing and movement of passengers flying through chartered flights from the airport, adding that a processing area with immigration and customs and immediate access to private jet aircraft stands from the terminal is offered by the terminal.