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Noida International Airport: From Capacity to Cost to Convenience, Jewar Airport Explained in Numbers

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Thursday lay the foundation stone of the Noida International Airport (NIA) in Jewar in line with his government’s vision to “boost connectivity” and create a “future-ready aviation sector”. With the Noida airport, set to be completed by 2024, Uttar Pradesh is poised to become the only state in India to have five international airports.

The Noida airport will primarily help decongest the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, and is strategically located and will serve the people of cities including Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Agra, Faridabad and neighbouring areas. According to a PMO statement, this is the first time that an airport in India has been conceptualised with an integrated multi-modal cargo hub, with a focus on reducing the total cost and time for logistics.

From capacity to cost, here’s a look at the Noida International Airport in numbers:

4 – Number of phases in which the Noida International Airport will be completed

36 Months – Expected duration for completion of the first phase. The airport is set to be operational in 2024

20 Years – Estimated period for completion of all four phases of the project

Rs 29,560 Crore – Estimated total cost of the project

Rs 35,000 Crore – Total worth of investments the Noida airport is expected to bring to Uttar Pradesh

1 Lakh – Job opportunities the project is expected to generate in the area

12 Million – Number of passengers per annum the airport is expected to handle in the first phase

70 Million – Number of passengers per annum the Noida airport is expected to handle after all four phases are complete

186 – Number of stands the airport is set to have to house planes

1 Million Tonnes – Estimated capacity of the airport’s cargo terminal

21 Minutes – Estimated journey time for Delhiites to the airport once the proposed Delhi-Varanasi high-speed rail is completed. The 800-km rail line will have a station at the Noida airport

3,500 Acres – Land requirement for the project envisaged at present

167 Acres – Land set aside for real estate development along the main access to the airport

72 km – Road distance from the IGI Airport to the Noida airport

40 km – Road distance from Noida, Faridabad and Ghaziabad

28 km – Distance from Greater Noida to the Noida airport

65 km – Distance from Gurgaon

130 km – Road distance from Agra to the Noida International Airport

0 – Noida International Airport will be India’s first net-zero emissions airport

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Source: News18