PM Modi to launch Noida International Airport near Jewar | Uttar Pradesh is going to create a new history, PM Modi will lay the foundation stone of Unique International Airport

PM Modi to launch Noida International Airport near Jewar

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Highlights

  • Uttar Pradesh will be the only state in India to have five international airports
  • Target set to complete the construction work of the first phase by 2024
  • For the first time in India, an airport envisaged as an integrated multi-modal cargo hub

New Delhi. A new chapter is about to be added in the history of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday. Uttar Pradesh is about to become the only state in the country to have five international airports. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of Noida International Airport (NIA) at Jewar, Gautam Buddh Nagar at 1 pm on November 25.

The airport is being developed to enhance connectivity and create a future-ready aviation sector. Several new international airports are under development in Uttar Pradesh, including the recently inaugurated Kushinagar airport and the construction of an international airport at Ayodhya is underway.

This will be the second international airport in NCR

Jewar will be the second international airport in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. This will help in reducing the pressure at Indira Gandhi International Airport. It is strategically located and will serve the urban population and neighboring areas including Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Agra, Faridabad.

The picture of Uttar Pradesh will change

The airport will become the gateway of logistics to northern India. Due to its vast scale and capacity, the airport will transform the landscape of Uttar Pradesh. He will highlight the potential of Uttar Pradesh to the world and help the state get established in the global logistic map. For the first time, an airport has been envisaged in India to have an integrated multi-modal cargo hub and the focus will be on reducing logistic costs and time. The capacity of the dedicated cargo terminal will be 20 lakh metric tonnes, which will be increased to 80 lakh metric tonnes. By facilitating seamless movement of industrial products, this airport will play a key role in attracting huge investments to the region, accelerating industrial development and bringing local products to national and international markets. This will give opportunities to new enterprises and employment opportunities will also be created.

Will be connected to many expressways and metro

Ground transportation center will be developed at the airport, which will have multi-modal transit centre, stations for metro and high speed railways, taxi, bus service and private vehicle parking facility. In this way the airport will be able to be directly connected by road, rail and metro. Noida and Delhi will be connected through seamless Metro service. All nearby major routes and highways, such as Yamuna Expressway, Western Peripheral Expressway, Eastern Peripheral Expressway, Delhi-Mumbai Expressway and others will also be connected to the airport. There are also plans to connect the airport with the proposed Delhi-Varanasi High Speed ​​Rail, which will reduce the travel time between Delhi and the airport to just 21 minutes.

Operating expenses will be less and the movement of passengers will be smooth

The airport will also have excellent MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhauling) service. In designing the airport, care has been taken to reduce the operating cost and facilitate smooth and fast passenger movement. The airport will have the facility to park planes near the terminal, so that the air services can easily operate domestic and international flights from the same location. Due to this, airplanes will be operational at the airport quickly and the movement of passengers will also be possible smooth and fast.

emissions will be zero

This will be the first airport in India where emissions will be net zero. The airport has earmarked a dedicated plot where the trees to be removed from the project site will be planted. In this way it will be given the form of a jungle park. NIA will protect all the native animals there and nature will be taken care of during the development of the airport.

10 thousand crore rupees will be spent on the first phase

The first phase of the airport is being developed at a cost of over Rs 10,050 crore. It is spread over more than 1300 hectares. Once the first phase is completed, the airport will have a capacity to serve 12 million passengers annually. The construction work is on schedule and will be completed by 2024. It will be executed by international bidder Zurich Airport International AG. The ground work of the first phase, i.e. land acquisition and rehabilitation of the affected families, has been completed.

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