Team Blitz India
MUMBAI: The city’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has started flights to 115 new destinations between October and March to provide wider choice to passengers to celebrate winter vacations. New routes have been introduced at the Mumbai airport which will offer direct connectivity to many holiday getaways.
CSMIA will expand its flight operations to include 975 new daily fights during the five-month-long airline winter schedule, starting from October 29 until March 30, 2024. According to an official release, the winter schedule will therefore, experience around an 8 per cent increase vis-a-vis the winter schedule of 2022.
Passengers travelling to and from Mumbai will now have access to a range of thrilling vacation destinations, including Entebbe, Lagos, and various other enticing African destinations. They could choose from a variety of destinations, including tropical destinations such as the Maldives, the vibrant cities of Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi in Vietnam, the idyllic islands of Mauritius and Seychelles, and Tokyo for a blend of winter sun and urban adventures.
The airline officially rolled this out from October 30. In terms of airlines, IndiGo is the leader with a market share of 38 per cent from CSMIA followed by Air India with 18 per cent and Vistara at third position with 15 per cent market share.