Flight operations on the Mumbai airport, which was suspended at 2.30 pm, has now resumed, a spokesperson of GVK mentioned on Wednesday.
MIAL, the personal airport operator, had earlier introduced that each one operations on the CSMIA will stay suspended between 2.30 pm and seven pm as a precautionary measure in view of the cyclone Nisarga.
“The operatins at Mumbai airport have recommenced,” the spokesperson mentioned.
A GVK-led consortium in partnership with AAI runs the Mumbai airport underneath a three way partnership MIAL.
“The touchdown and take-off is permitted on the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) from 6 pm,” the airport spokesperson mentioned in an announcement.
MIAL had scheduled a complete of 19 flights for Wednesday, which embrace 11 departures and eight arrivals to be operated by 5 airways — Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir and AirAsia India.
It had, nevertheless, mentioned schedule may change additionally relying upon the state of affairs.
Meanwhile, through the day, a cargo plane belonging to FedEx overshot the primary runway of the Mumbai airport on its arrival from Bengaluru, Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) mentioned in an announcement.
The plane was towed away from the runway and there was no disruption in flight operations, it mentioned.
“Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport witnessed a runway tour at the moment (Wednesday) with FedEx flight 5033 arriving from Bengaluru. The incident occurred when the MD11 plane landed on runway 14/32,” it mentioned.
Mumbai airport was allowed to function a complete of 50 flights per day, 25 departures and arrivals every following the resumption of air passenger companies on the home routes from May 25.
The operations of economic passenger companies had been suspended on March 25 as a result of imposition of a nationwide lockdown within the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The authorities later lifted the restrictions on home flights from May 25. The worldwide operations by the Indian airways, nevertheless, stay suspended.