Being a metro city and the capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai is well connected to the rest of the world and India. International fights are landed at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (formerly known as Sahar Airport) while at Chhatrapati Shivaji Domestic Airport (formerly known as Santa Cruz Airport) for domestic fights.
This two airport is about 4 km apart and are approximately 30 km and 26
km away from the heart of the city - Nariman Point - in south Mumbai.
The airport bus between these two airports takes an hour. Tickets can be
bought either on the buses or at the booth outside the Air India
Building. A shuttle bus is also operated at regular intervals between
the domestic and international airports.
Mumbai Central and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (or VT) connect the
city to the rest of the country. One can check the Western Railway and
Central Railway reservation centres for up-to-date information on
tickets and routes.
Long distance buses are run from Mumbai Central S.T. Bus Depot to
several towns and cities. MTDC also operates a number of bus services
throughout the year (except for the monsoon months) to scenic spots and
tourist centres. One may check at MTDC counters for details.
Explore about various ways to reach Mumbai city of India.