Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) in Mumbai, India, has unveiled its new domestic terminal, 1C, which can handle 900 passengers at any one time.
The terminal, built at a cost of Rs300 crore ($66m), is spread over 297,194ft² across three levels and will be used to connect terminals 1A and 1B, according to Business Standard.
The terminal will manage 65% of the passenger traffic generated by airlines such as Jet Airways, Air India and Kingfisher.
It features six aerobridges with two for each airline.
Level 1 includes offices for the airlines while level 2 hosts a security-hold area for passengers after checking in at terminal 1A or 1B. Level 3 features a food court.