Airoli is a residential and commercial dormitory area of Navi Mumbai in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Airoli is a part of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and is administered by Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation.
The Mulund-Airoli bridge connects Eastern Express Highway with Thane-Belapur Road. Opened in 1999, this bridge has contributed to Airoli's expansion in recent years as Mulund is Mumbai's one of the busiest suburbs. It is one of the only two bridges spanning the Thane creek which connect Mumbai to Navi Mumbai, the other being the Vashi Bridge.
The commercial zone includes the print city of The Times Of India, the iGate Knowledge Park (previously known as Patni Knowledge Park), Reliable Tech Park, and Mindspace. Mindspace is an office complex which contains offices of several firms.
The area of Airoli and Diva village was developed by CIDCO (City Industrial Development Corporation) and later on handed over to NMMC (Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation) for administration. Airoli is divided into 28 sectors, out of which 20 sectors have been developed.