Air Cargo India 2018 Mumbai Airport

Air Cargo India 2018 Mumbai Airport

Air Cargo India 2018 Mumbai Airport: Air Cargo India 2018 gets under February 20-22 at Mumbai’s Grand Hyatt hotel. India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, so efforts will focus on improving the logistics infrastructure to ensure its place as a major player in the global supply chain. Here’s what you need to know about Mumbai International Airport. 

Mumbai International Airport  

  • IATA Code: BOM
  • ICAO: VABB 
  • Official name: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
  • Latitude/ Longitude: 190530N 0725158E 
  • Elevation: 37 FT 
  • Magnetic variation: 1.00°W (1985)
  • Fuel: ATF, JET A-1 
  • Time zone: UTC + 5:30 hours 

Operational Information

Permits

Overflight and landing permits are required for private and non-scheduled flights. There is a lead time of three days for flights originating from non-PRC countries and seven days for flights originating from PRC countries.

Parking

Due to the limited amount of parking spaces available, the maximum parking allowed for international arrivals and departure is 72 hours and 48 hours for domestic flights. Any overstay will be liable for a penalty by MIAL (Airport operator) as applicable. All parking must be pre-approved by AOCC.

Immigration
  • Both EU and Non-EU passengers require valid Indian visas to enter
  • Nationals from Nepal and Bhutan are exceptions
  • E-visas can be obtained by passengers thru online services
  • You may show printed copy of e-visa and presented on arrival to immigration desk
  • Crew members entering India should hold valid Indian business visa
  • Temporary Crew Visa (TLP) on arrival with 72 hours’ validity can be considered for Tech / Medical /Emergency / VIP or diverted flights

For more information see https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html

Accommodation
  • JW Marriot Sahar
  • Taj Hotel, Bandra
  • JW Marriot, Juhu
  • Grand Hyatt (event venue)

For more information on Air Cargo India, visit:  http://www.stattimes.com/ACI2018/index.php 

For support with your flight operations to the Indian Subcontinent, contact UAS India