Mumbai Terminal 2 date (re)set to February 12, 2014

Last week, I wrote about Mumbai’s international operations being switched over to the newly developed Terminal 2 from January 15, 2014. This was based on public domain information available at that point of time.

The new status is that the airport terminal was inaugurated on Friday last, and I was not there, because I was busy in meetings. Anyhow, that is not important, but it is important to know that the airport operator has now reset the date for transition of international operations to the new terminal building to February 12,2014.

Hence, it is business as usual for this month, and you should be able to take your first flight from the new terminal as of mid-month February 2014. Make the most of the old terminal while it lasts.

If you want to have more details about the new Terminal 2, check out the press release here.

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