YEIDA selects PwC to study development of Jewar International Airport
The study involves whether the upcoming Noida International Greenfield Airport can have four or six runways
The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) has appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as consultant to do feasibility study for Noida International Greenfield Airport in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
The study involves whether the upcoming Noida International Greenfield Airport can have four or six runways. Currently, two runways are proposed. Zurich Airports has won the contract to build and operate Jewar Airport in Greater Noida which will act as the second airport for Delhi.
It is for a period of 40 years that includes construction period of four years in Phase-I.
The Uttar Pradesh government has earmarked around 5,000 ha land in Jewar on Yamuna expressway for an aviation and transport hub. About 1,300 ha land will be handed over to Zurich Airports for development of the airport in Phase-I.