The project of developing an airport in Jewar, Greater Noida has finally got a green signal from the aviation ministry. After this approval, Jewar will become home to the second airport in Delhi NCR.
The aviation minister, Ashok Gajapati Raju, has said that they have given an in-principle approval for the development of airport at Jewar, Greater Noida, to fulfill the increasing requirements of flying.
According to him, the new airport, Noida International Airport, will have the capacity to serve around 30-50 million passengers every year in the next 10-15 years.
3000 hectares of area has been reserved for the Noida Airport. Around 1000 hectares will be used for the development of 1st phase. The expected investment for the project is Rs.20000 crores.