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Airport Duo For Mumbai

Category: Tourism, Posted:29 Dec 2013 | 06:00 am

It seems this month we have been talking about nothing other than airports and airlines.
Clearly look to the sky and you can see how Asia's travel scene is shaping up.
In India Mumbai is on the brink of seeing a second airport start to actually be developed on the heels of a long land dispute with local villagers.
Currently Mumbai airport has over 30 million passengers a year and flights are facing major delays with given the airborne gridlock.
As in all things India controversy is raging over the proposed distant location but there remains strong pressure on the government to move the initiative to reality.

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