"MIAL is a operator of CSMIA, Mumbai"

The year 2006 witnessed a momentous change for the airports in India with the privatization of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA). On 3rd May 2006, the consortium, led by Adani took over the operations to modernize and redevelop CSMIA.

New and Upgraded CSMIA

The modernization and redevelopment of CSMIA is a reflection of India’s rapid growth. Being in the financial capital and a key gateway of the country, the redevelopment of CSMIA holds great significance in aiding the city to retain its fast paced growth.

The transformation of CSMIA, a brown-field project, is a one-of-its-kind unique infrastructural project in the world, unlike any other airport development projects.

With a vision to become one of the world’s best airports, MIAL has been continuously and consistently upgrading CSMIA to an airport that delights its guests by offering best in-class comfort and convenience.

In order to achieve a global standard, MIAL has partnered with well-known international experts for airport design and operations. CSMIA handled traffic of 45.2 million passengers and around 782.9 thousand tonnes of cargo in the FY 2016-2017.

CSMIA's Identity

CSMIA’s visual identity has been an integral part of its modernization process. With the launch of CSMIA’s new face, it became the first Indian airport to receive a unique visual identity. Derived from a peacock feather, the acronym ‘CSMIA’ has been woven seamlessly in the logo. The new identity symbolizes the three essential attributes: Pride in India, People of India and Global Standards.