PM Modi says Jewar Airport will be ‘Logistics Gateway to the North’
After laying the foundation stone of Noida International Airport in Uttar Pradesh’s Jewar, which will be one of the largest airports in Asia, Modi highlighted the development activities in the poll-bound state and said the new airport would help the state become an export. Center so that MSMEs can also have easy access to foreign markets.
He said that the Noida International Airport, to be completed by 2024, will become the logistics gateway for North India.
He stressed that infrastructure is “not politics for us but part of national policy”.
“We are making sure that the projects do not get stuck, do not get stuck… We try to ensure that the infrastructure work is completed within the stipulated time,” Modi said.
Taking a jibe at the opposition, Modi said that some political parties in the country have always kept their self-interest paramount.
“The thinking of these people is selfishness, their own and that of their family,” Modi said.
“Whereas, we follow the spirit of Nation First… Sabka Saath – Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas – Sabka Prayas is our mantra,” Modi said.
He said that for the first time in seven decades, Uttar Pradesh has started getting what it always deserved.
“With the efforts of the double engine government, today Uttar Pradesh is turning into the most connected region of the country,” Modi said.
Taking a jibe at the previous governments in Uttar Pradesh and at the Centre, he said that Uttar Pradesh, which was kept deprived and kept in the dark by the previous governments, in which they had shown false dreams, is now making a mark not only at the national level but also at the international level. is making.
The second international airport, in the Delhi-National Capital Region, is expected to be operational by September 2024, with an initial capacity of handling 12 million passengers per year.
Spread over 1,330 acres of land, the airport will be developed by Zurich Airport International AG.
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday said it was Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s direction that Asia’s largest airport is to be built in Uttar Pradesh, as he attended the foundation stone-laying ceremony of the Noida International Airport.
Scindia said the airport, located at Jewar in Gautam Buddh Nagar district in western Uttar Pradesh, will bring in an investment of Rs 34,000 crore and the first phase of the greenfield project is expected to be completed in 2024, with a capacity of 12 million passengers annually.
“By the final stage of development, Noida International Airport will surpass even Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport and become India’s premier airport,” Scindia told the gathering.
He said that earlier there were only four airports in Uttar Pradesh, but now there are nine and this (Jewar) will be the 10th airport in the state, as he had targeted the previous non-BJP governments.
Scindia said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s directive was to build Asia’s largest airport in Uttar Pradesh.”
“Where there is a will, there is a way… It was an ambitious resolution of the Prime Minister, which has come true today,” he said.
The first phase of the airport is being carried out at a cost of over Rs 10,050 crore and the ground work regarding land acquisition and rehabilitation of the affected families has been completed, an official release said on Tuesday.
The airport at Jewar will help decongest the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport in the national capital. It is strategically located and will serve the people of cities including Delhi, Noida, Ghaziabad, Aligarh, Agra, Faridabad and neighboring areas, the release said.
The airport will also be the “first net zero emission airport” in the country.
According to the central government, the airport will be the logistics gateway of North India, and with its scale and capacity, the airport will be a “gamechanger” for Uttar Pradesh.
For the first time, an airport has been conceptualized with an integrated multi-modal cargo hub, with a focus on reducing the overall cost and time for logistics. The capacity of the dedicated cargo terminal will be 20 lakh metric tonnes, which will be increased to 80 lakh metric tonnes.
The airport will also develop a ground transportation center that will house a multi-modal transit hub, housing metro and high-speed rail stations, taxi, bus services and private parking.
Among other aspects, the airport will be connected by Delhi-Varanasi High Speed Rail, making the journey between Delhi and the airport in just 21 minutes, the release said.
It will also have state-of-the-art MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhauling) service. The airport will introduce a swing aircraft stand concept, which will provide flexibility for airlines to operate an aircraft for both domestic and international flights from a single contact stand, without having to re-position the aircraft.
Various development projects have been inaugurated in recent months in poll-bound Uttar Pradesh. On October 20, Modi inaugurated the Kushinagar International Airport.
At present, Uttar Pradesh has nine operational airports, including three international airports at Lucknow, Varanasi and Kushinagar. Eight more airports, including Jewar, will be built in three years.
The state has six other operational airports at Agra, Gorakhpur, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Hindon and Bareilly.
On Wednesday, Civil Aviation Secretary Rajiv Bansal said five aerodromes are expected to be ready in 2022 at Aligarh, Chitrakoot, Azamgarh, Mordabad and Shravasti.
In 2023, two more are expected to come up in Ayodhya and Muirpur.
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