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After chaos, Mumbai Airport authorities prepone Terminal 1 re-opening, will begin ops from Oct 13 to handle festive rush

CSMIA has said that while security aspects cannot be compromised under any circumstances, the airport has been working with the passengers who were affected due to the congestion on Friday.

Mumbai Airport passenger rush: Friday morning saw Mumbai Airport being flooded with passengers as the festive season kicked off. The passenger traffic was enough for people to worry about the airport becoming a reason for a surge in COVID-19 cases. Following the event, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj…

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