The race to finalise the developer of the Jewar Airport in Greater Noida, which when completed will be India’s largest with as many as six runways, is almost over.
Estimated to cost around Rs 16,000 crore, the development work of the project will commence in early 2020 and the first phase expected to be completed by 2023. The 1,334 hectare proposed site of the greenfield airport is located north of Jewar Village, in Gautam Buddh Nagardistrict of Uttar Pradesh.
While the last date to file a tender for the project is 30 October, the Uttar Pradesh government is set to open the technical bids on 6 November, and financial bids will be opened on 29 November. Read More