Project will create 1 lakh jobs, bring ₹34,000 cr investment, says Scindia
The Morning Standard|November 26, 2021
NOIDA: Stating it was PM Modi’s direction that Asia’s biggest airport had to be built in Uttar Pradesh, Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday said the Jewar airport will create one lakh job opportunities..

Scindia said the airport will bring investments worth ₹34,000 crore and the first phase of the greenfield project is expected to be completed in 2024 with a capacity to handle 1.2 crore passengers annually.

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