The first international flight to touch down at the brand new Terminal 2 at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai on February 14, 2014 was an Air India flight from Singapore. Spread over 4.4 million sq ft and four floors, the terminal is designed to handle 40 million passengers per year and will eventually handle domestic passengers also. HVAC comprises a 15,000 ton air conditioning system with 6 x 2500 ton centrifugal chillers, 400 air handlers and 1700 VAV boxes. The terminal building is unique as it also houses the world’s largest public art gallery with 6,000 pieces of Indian art from the 8th to the 19th century, displayed on 18 foot high walls along the terminal’s corridors and standalone display areas totalling 1.2 km in length
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