The American Express Lounge at Mumbai Airport is shutting down from tomorrow. That means, you are not left with many options when you fly from Terminal 1.
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The frequent flyers in India will have one more moment to themselves getting on a plane. They don’t have to wait for their bags to be stamped with a security clearance after it is done, with effect from April 1, 2017. This would soon be implemented at other airports as well!
With the changes in the aviation world hitting us hard and fast over the past two days, it seems a lot of Indians and other Asian travelers won’t be able to fly to the USA with their gadgets in sight. Perhaps it’s time for them to consider Air India and Jet Airways as an option.
Mumbai Airport has the gold standard in lounges as of now, and they recently launched a new lounge exclusively for domestic passengers. Here is a lowdown of the Domestic GVK Lounge at Mumbai’s Terminal 2.
Mumbai Terminal 2, Level 3 has a new lounge which is accessible for domestic passengers. This Lounge is an integral part of CSIA and has a very nice assortment of food and drinks, apart from power plugs for everyone to use.
With that kind of attention to detail, this could easily be my favourite lounge for use during domestic transfers at this point of time via Mumbai
On the first leg of the #redcarpettrip, we were going to be travelling from Mumbai to Singapore on the Singapore Airlines Suites Class. This brought us an invitation to the First Class Section of the Mumbai Airport’s GVK Lounge.
Look inside to find details of the premium experience this lounge has set-up for all their patrons, including white-glove dining and a spa experience.
Mumbai Airport’s operator GVK offers a meet-and-greet service at the airport called Pranaam.
We used this service on departure for the #redcarpettrip from Mumbai, and were able to book these complimentary on account of our Citi Prestige Credit card which provides free MAAS services around Asia-Pacific at designated airports for Citi Prestige Credit Card holders.
Upcoming is a review of the service we experienced at Departure.
Air India is moving its domestic flight operations to Terminal 2 at Mumbai Airport with effect from October 1, 2015. In this post we detail how to manage your Air India flights from Mumbai from October 1, 2015 onwards
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