As per the guidelines issued by the Government, asymptomatic passengers arriving on domestic flights in Mumbai and transiting to other domestic locations may do so on the basis of valid tickets.
Passengers arriving from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Goa and Kerala but transiting to other locations can carry travel without a report provided they are transiting via the same terminal. A terminal change would require them to carry a negative RT PCR test report.
Passengers are advised to comply with the airline/state issued guidelines of their port of disembarkation.
All domestic passengers arriving from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Goa and Kerala shall carry RT-PCR negative test report with them before boarding and show it to the teams at the Mumbai airport. Passengers not having the RT-PCR test reports shall compulsorily undergo RT-PCR test at the Mumbai airport, at their own cost. Only after undertaking the test, the passengers will be allowed to enter the city.
To know more please click on the below-mentioned link:
Document for Ease of Restrictions & Phasewise Opening of Lockdown for Kerala (Government of Maharashtra) | 10.02.21 Click here
Document for Ease of Restrictions & Phasewise Opening of Lockdown for Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa (Government of Maharashtra) | 23.11.20 Click here
International Transit Passengers
All international travellers coming from flights originating from United Kingdom, Europe and South Africa with connecting flights have to take a mandatory RT-PCR test on arrival at Mumbai Airport and can only travel after the confirmation of negative test which may take up to 8-10 hours. They are then requested to follow the state issued guidelines as per the final destination.
All other international travellers coming from flights originating from Europe and the Middle East (other than those in flights originating from Brazil, South Africa and the United Kingdom) have to take mandatory RT-PCR test on arrival at Mumbai Airport and can take the connecting flight on the basis of the receipt of the test undertaken.
All other International travellers arriving on direct flights to Mumbai( no transit via UK, Europe, Middle East, South Africa and Brazil) an arrive with a negative RT PCR test report, conducted within 72 hours of boarding their flights. In absence of a negative RT PCR report, they would be required to undergo a test at the airport on arrivals and then be allowed to board a transit flight.