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Frequently Asked Questions

Passengers are advised to wear facemask properly and continue to wear the mask throughout the journey inside the aircraft.

Yes, a COVID-19 (RT-PCR) testing facility is available for all departing passengers. The testing facility is opposite Departure Gate 7 (T2). Below are the details:
  • Test results will take up to 8-10 hours for passengers taking the test opposite Departure Gate 7 (T2)
  • The report will be sent via email
  • Valid ID proof such as Aadhar Card and Passport is a must
  • The amount charged for the test is ₹500 (as per the rate fixed by the Government)
  • Payment via cash and digital mode is available
  • Passengers who test negative will be allowed to continue their journey
  • Rapid RT-PCR test is available at a charge of ₹1975 per test, and the results are provided in 1-2 hours

For pre-booking, the RT-PCR testing, click the weblinks below:

Disclaimer : Due to a surge in tests conducted, reports could be slightly delayed.

RT-PCR testing facility is available at Terminal 2 pre-arrival immigration.

Given the prevailing circular issued dated 10th February 2022, only 2% of the total flight load will need to undergo an RT-PCR test on arrival. Hence, all passengers do not need to pre-register for the test.

Air Suvidha is a contactless solution by the Ministry of Civil Aviation for all international passengers coming to India. It is a self-reporting service for international passengers.

On submission, the mandatory self-reporting application will be forwarded to the Airport Health Organization (APHO) under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Passengers can then refer to their email for the updated application document. Passengers should show this document on arrival in India at the APHO counter and proceed for immigration.

These forms are created for all international passengers arriving in India.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), popularly known as Mumbai Airport or Sahar Airport, is the second busiest airport in India with respect to the total traffic, after Delhi. The airport's IATA (International Air Transport Association) code is BOM, after Mumbai's former name Bombay. It has won several awards in the past for the quality of service, including the World's Best Airport in 2017 by Airports Council International. In the year 2019, it handled 48.83 million passengers.