Prime Minister Narendra Modi today laid the foundation stone for the Noida International Airport.
Record: November 25, 2021 08:40
Until 2012, there were only two international airports in Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow and Varanasi. The third international airport in Kushinagar came into operation on October 20 after it was inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi. At the same time, work on the airport in Ayodhya is in full swing. It is expected to come into use early next year.
At this stage the fifth international airport is currently scheduled to arrive in Jawaharlal Nehru, near Noida. Uttar Pradesh will have the largest number of international airports in the country if the airport is built and made available to the public.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said that the airport, which will be operational by 2024 at a cost of Rs 34,000 crore, will create one lakh jobs.
In this context, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today (November 25) laid the foundation stone for the construction of the Noida International Airport. Posting on his Twitter page, Prime Minister Modi said, “November 25 is an important day for India and Uttar Pradesh to make progress in infrastructure development. The foundation stone for the Noida International Airport will be laid at 1 p.m. The project will significantly improve trade, connectivity and tourism. ”
Tomorrow, 25th November is a major day for India’s and Uttar Pradesh’s strides in infra creation. At 1 PM, the foundation stone of the Noida International Airport will be laid. This project will significantly boost commerce, connectivity and tourism. https://t.co/8sSa8R1aFl
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 24, 2021