Kaali-peelis on flash strike, your return journey from Mumbai airport may be cumbersome
Mumbai city news: AL Quadros, a taxi union leader, said the cabbies are in talks with the GVK, the company that runs the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport.mumbai Updated: Jul 07, 2017 15:51 IST
Hundreds of black-and-yellow taxis operating from the Mumbai International airport stopped went on a flash strike on Friday morning over parking space issue, inconveniencing passengers at the airport.
AL Quadros, a taxi union leader, said the cabbies are in talks with GVK, the company that runs the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport.
More than 2,000 cabbies have gone on strike and have stopped pre-paid taxi booking from the international airport, said another union leader.
He said the taxi unions are protesting against the decision of the airport management company to reduce their parking space at the airport.
Sources said passengers have to rely on app-based cabs of Ola and Uber.