PM Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of Noida International Airport, Jewar

Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of Noida International Airport, Jewar, on 25 November 2021.

Noida International Airport, Jewar, will be one of the largest airports comprising six runways spreading over 5,000 hectares. Noida International Airport will be developed through Public-Private Partnership Model in four phases. 

The state government of Uttar Pradesh has set up a nodal agency Noida International Airport Limited (NIAL), for monitoring the airport development.

Noida International Airport will be developed by Swiss developer Zurich International Airport AG. 

The Noida International Airport is estimated to complete by 2024. Noida International Airport, Jewar, will be a net-zero emission airport in India. 

The cutting-edge design of the Noida International Airport will provide quick and hassle-free movement for travelers.

Noida International Airport will be a logistic gateway. The Noida International Airport will have direct connectivity to a dedicated freight corridor. Metric tonnes Cargo terminal at Noida International Airport will have a capacity of 20 lac, which is likely to increase by 80 lac metric tonnes.

Seamless movement of industrial products will open up the avenue for the industrial development of the region.

Initiation of Noida International Airport work has already accelerated development along the Yamuna Expressway for commercial, industrial, institutional, amusement, and residential purposes.

Noida International Airport is going to be of importance for tourism and connectivity. Noida International Airport will provide the base for convergence to tourism and other allied industries.