Noida International Airport
(Last Updated On: November 25, 2021)

Noida International Airport is approximately 72 miles from Delhi Indira Gandhi Airport, the only other international airport in the metropolitan area.

Prime minister Narendra Modi will lay the groundwork for Noida International Airport near Jewar in the Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh. It will be the UP Nine and the fifth international airport. It is the highest in any state.

Noida International Airport

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1. The Prime Minister tweeted: “November 25 is an important day for India and Uttar Pradesh to build their infrastructure. At 1:00 p.m., the base of Noida International Airport will be laid. The project will be completed. repair industry, connectivity and tourism, ”he said. UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that after the initial phase an investment of over Rs 10,000 and up to Rs 35,000 should be made when the airport is completed.

 

2. In a statement released on Wednesday, the center said the development of the airport was in line with the president’s vision to develop “future aircraft plans.” The center also claimed that the BJP, which faces elections next year, has a “special focus” on the UP that it dares to maintain key states ahead of the 2024 elections.

 

3. This will be Western UP’s first public event since Prime Minister Modis announced the abolition of farm duties last week. This law led to a period of fifteen months of strong opposition from farmers in the Punjab and the western part of the UP.

 

4. The new airport is approximately 72 km from Delhi Indira Gandhi Airport, the only international airport in the metropolitan area. About 40 km from Noida and about the same distance by organizing several logistics centers in Dadri. The building will cover more than 1,300 hectares in four phases, the first project to be completed in 2024. The estimated cost of phase 4 is Rs 1,050 billion, the agency said.

 

5. However, the airport was embroiled in controversy after protests from farmers who were given land to build on. They pitched a tent 700 meters from the airport. Land recognition by the local BJP deputy has been speeded up. A well-functioning Noida international airport handles around 1.2 million passengers per year, along with Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Agra, Faridabad and surrounding areas. It will also reduce traffic to and from IGI airport, the center said.

 

6. The connections will be managed by “multiple transit” with metro and express trains, taxis and buses, and services. Noida and Delhi will be linked with “convenient metro services” and the highway will connect the airport to other cities, the center said.

 

7. The loading capacity of 20 million metric tons can be extended to 80 million metric tons. The center said the airport would facilitate the “movement of goods” and promote the growth of local businesses. Billed as India’s first zero-emission airport, the facility will always be abandoned.

 

8. Uttar Pradesh now has eight airports, including the international airport between Lucknow and Varanasi (Prime Minister Modis region). The third opened last month in Kushinagar (a national tourist destination) and the fourth opened in Ayodhya, the downtown area where the BJP plans to make it a tourist destination.

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