Mumbai is India's international gateway and has the busiest domestic air network in the country. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport formerly known as Sahara International Airport is located 14kms from the city center. The airport has 2 international terminals and 2 domestic terminals. The international terminal comprising Terminal 2B and Terminal 2C is located at Sahar, east of the suburb of Andheri. Terminal 1A and Terminal 1B are the domestic terminal which are located in Santa Cruz, East.
Air India Enquiries :
Reservation (International) , Reservation (Domestic) , Reconfirmation / Cancellation , Travel Agent - 2876464
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Indian Airlines Enquiries :
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Mumbai is a prominent railway hub of the country. It is the headquarters to two railway zones, central and western. The main railway station Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) formerly known as Victoria terminus (VT) is located in the heart of the city. Local and outstation trains ply from here. Other railway stations are Dadar, Churchgate and Kurla.
Central Railway Enquiries
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Train Arrival Status (South East Zone) - 136
Train Arrival Status (North East Zone) - 137
Western Railway Enquiries
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Train Arrival Status (Delhi Side) - 132
Mumbai is well connected by a network of roads to the rest of India. Mumbai's buses are one of the best ways to travel short distances in the city. Buses are operated by BEST (Bombay Electric Supply & Transport Undertaking -Ph: 24143611).
Its network covers every nook and corner of Greater Mumbai. The BEST had a fleet of 3500 buses carries an estimated 4.5 million passengers a day on over 4000 routes. It works from 4.30 am to 12.30am at an interval of 20 minutes.
For booking Contact
Reservation section, 3rd Floor, Traffic Administrative Bldg., Wadala Bus Depot, Tilak Road Extn, Mumbai 400031.
Telephone: 022- 24186346, 24128266
Mumbai Central Bus Station - 3071524
Horse Carriage :
Horse drawn carriages ply between the Gateway of India and Chowpatty Seaface at night. But, they are for tourist pleasure rides rather than a legitimate way of getting around.