Mumbai International Airport is well connected with several cities of the state of Maharashtra. Thane is well connected with a large part of Mumbai and hence Mumbai International Airport.
There are several options available to reach Mumbai International Airport or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport by train, bus, and car. In this article, we have provided many ways to reach the airport. So, let’s read.
How to Reach Mumbai International Airport from Thane by Train, Car, Bus
1. By Train
To reach Mumbai International Airport from Thane, just take a local train from Thane to Ghatkopar Railway Station. From then, reach Ghatkopar Metro Station and take a metro train towards Airport Road Metro Station.
There is a walking distance between Mumbai International Airport and Airport Road Metro Station, i.e. 1 km, which may take up to 15 mins of walking by foot. You can also hire a private car or cab to reach the destination.
2. By Bus
To reach Mumbai International Airport from Thane by bus, take a BEST local bus route no. 494 LTD from Thane Civil Hospital. You just need to change your bus at M.P.CHOWK MULUND / MULUND (W) CHECK NAKA BUS STATION / R Mall. The destination route number is 409 LTD.
3. By Car
To reach Mumbai International Airport or Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (formerly Sahar International Airport), car is also one of the best options to reach the airport. However, you have to pay more compare to local train and BEST bus. Many private cabs as well as taxis available from several locations of the city of Mumbai.
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Recently, many cab operators such as Ola Cabs, Uber, Meru Cab and several others provide their ride from any part of Mumbai to the airport at your convenient. You can also book online to avoid any hassle during your way to the airport.
At Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, the management charges approx. Rs. 150 per ride from the driver. Thus, you may face costly taxi ride from the airport.
Article last re-published on February 11, 2020.