Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Approves Name, Design Of Jewar Airport
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday approved the design, name and logo of the international airport to be constructed in Noida's Jewar region, according to an official statement.
It will be named Noida International Greenfield Airport while a picture of stork--the state bird--will be used in its logo, an official said.
It will be designed on the lines of world-famous airports in London, Moscow and Milan, the official added.
According to the statement, Adityanath said that the international airport being constructed in Noida's Jewar will give a boost to exports and increase employment opportunities for people in the state.
"This airport will become the pride of India and will be one of the best in the world. We will present it as a global brand," the CM said while going through a presentation on the airport at his residence.
Adityanath said the Jewar airport will lead to the development of industrial infrastructure that will increase employment opportunities, encourage manufacturing and exports.
The initial capacity of the airport, proposed to be built in four phases, will be 12 million passengers per year, which will be expanded to 70 million passengers per year by 2050, the statement said.
Initially, it will have two runways, which will be increased to five in due course of time, it said.
Giving information about the status of the project, Director and Special Secretary (Civil Aviation), Surendra Singh, said the concessionaire for it has presented the master plan to Noida International Airport Ltd., which has submitted it to the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation.
Special Secretary Surendra Singh told the chief minister that 1,334 hectares for the airport has been acquired by the Gautam Buddha Nagar administration. Also, 48.097 hectares have been acquired for rehabilitation purposes.