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Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (IATA: BOM), also known as Mumbai Airport or Sahar Airport, is the primary international airport serving , Maharashtra.

BOM is the second busiest airport in , serving as a primary hub for , , and , and as a secondary hub for and .

All domestic flights depart from Terminal 1, and international flights from Terminal 2. The terminals are not directly connected, but an inter-terminal shuttle is available for ticketed connecting passengers.

The airport is located in the Santacruz and Andheri districts of suburban Mumbai, approximately 21km (13 mi) north of Mumbai CST railway station. The airport lies between the Harbour Line and the Central Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway, which are accessible by taxi or autorickshaw; however, transfers to South Mumbai are far easier by bus or by taxi. Bus services are also available to other parts of the city and region.

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