Mumbai: BEST starts AC bus services between T1, T2 at CSMIA

Officials said the bus service will be available 24 hours, at a frequency of 20- 30 minutes depending on the air traffic.

Shashank RaoUpdated: Thursday, April 07, 2022, 08:08 AM IST
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In a major relief to passengers going to the airport, the BEST will be running AC bus services between Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of Mumbai Airport from April 7.

At times when passengers mistakenly end up at the wrong terminal, auto rickshaws and taxis are hard to find. Officials said the bus service will be available 24 hours, at a frequency of 20- 30 minutes depending on the air traffic. Charges for the service will be fixed at Rs 50 for each trip, inclusive of luggage.

There are BEST bus stops outside both terminals, but these are for routes that take passengers to other parts of the city and the suburbs. The new service connecting the new terminal is a welcome move, passengers said as they will not have to shell out extra for autos or taxis.

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