Mumbai-Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Celebrated “Passenger Day” for 11th Time 


On May 3 Mumbai-Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport was “invaded” by jugglers, stilt walkers, magicians, musicians and other entertainers to mark “Passenger Day”, which is organized by the gateway for the 11th time.

The passengers going through the Indian airport were entertained by a live guitarist, stilt walkers and junglers and could enjoy sweets and fun activities such as tarot card reading. The entertainers were located at different places across the airport.

Airport operator MIAL stated that providing “a seamless and superlative experience” for its passengers remains a top priority, pointing out that Terminal 2 is home to ‘Jaya He’, India’s largest public art program, which showcases over 7,000 pieces of artwork sourced from the various regions of the country.

As a result of the efforts the airport has won several customer service awards, the latest of which were for second best airport in the Asia-Pacific region and in the world for the category of facilities servicing more than 40 million passengers yearly.

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