According to a report in The Times of India, while full-service carrier Jet Airways is scheduled to move its operations to the new integrated terminal, T2, at Mumbai International Airport in March, while IndiGo, is expected to follow suit in the second half of the year.
T2, inaugurated in February 2014, currently handles all international flights and all flights operated by Air India and Vistara. Jet Airways will shift its operations from the domestic terminal 1B to T2 from March 15. “IndiGo is currently in talks with the airport operator concerning the shifting of their operations to T2. The airline is likely to shift operations in six to seven months,” said an airline source. With this GoAir and SpiceJet will be the only two airlines that will operate from domestic terminals.