Tata projects for the construction of Noida International Airport; pips L&T, Shapoorji

Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) has selected Tata Projects Ltd to build Noida International Airport (NIA). Tata Projects will take over the NIA Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC).

Tata Projects will build a terminal, runway, aviation infrastructure, roads, utilities, land facilities and other ancillary buildings at Noida International Airport. The company chose people like Shapoor, Larsen and Toubro for the contract.

The first phase of the airport is expected to be ready in two years.

In November 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone of Judah. The 1,334-hectare airport will have one Phase I runway and will be able to carry twelve million passengers a year.

The airport is expected to be operational by 2024.

The project is being developed as a public-private partnership between Zurich Airport and the Uttar Pradesh government. Zurich Airport is investing Rs 5,700 million for Phase I and has committed about Rs 3,725 million in debt to the National Bank of India.

The passenger terminal will include parameters such as short and efficient passengers, digital services and a commitment to minimal environmental impact. NIA will be a digital airport that will provide contactless travel and customized services for families, seniors and business travelers.

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