According to the Economic Times, the first phase of development of Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIA) will be completed by December 2024.
More about The Adani Group expects to finish Phase I of Navi Mumbai International Airport by December 2024
“With just one runway (main) accessible at Mumbai International Airport, the prospect of expansion at the airport remains limited. “The aim for Navi Mumbai International Airport is December 2024, and we are on track to meet it,” said Arun Bansal, CEO of Adani Airport Holdings Limited, in an interview with the Economic Times on the sidelines of the ASSOCHAM convention.
The airport is being built as a greenfield international airport by the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO). It will be developed in three parts, the first of which will be able to handle 10 million passengers per year.
Adani Enterprises Ltd is on track to finish the first phase of development of Navi Mumbai International Airport by December 2024, allowing it to solve capacity issues at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport.
Arun Bansal, Chief Executive Officer, of Adani Airport Holdings Ltd, told ET Infra on the sidelines of ASSOCHAM’s 14th International Civil Aviation Conference that once the airport construction under Phase I is done, the greenfield airport will be able to handle 20 million passengers per year.