Gujarat: CCEA Gives Green Signal To Dholera International Airport

| Updated: June 14, 2022 4:54 pm

The Dholera International Airport project in Gujarat was authorised by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Tuesday. The Airports Authority of India and the Gujarat government would jointly own the airport, which will be connected by highways, fast transit systems, and trains. Anurag Thakur, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, stated.

The first phase of the Dholera airport, which is anticipated to be completed in four years, will cost Rs 1,305 crore, according to Thakur. At a cost of Rs 1,712 crore, the airport would be built in three phases. The airport was originally scheduled to open in December 2023, but due to delays, the first phase should be completed by 2025-26.

The Dholera International Airport project in Gujarat was authorised by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on June 14. The Airports Authority of India and the Gujarat government would jointly own the airport, which will be connected by highways, fast transit systems, and trains. Anurag Thakur, Minister of Information and Broadcasting, stated.

The first phase of the Dholera airport, which is anticipated to be completed in four years, will cost Rs 1,305 crore, according to Thakur. At a cost of Rs 1,712 crore, the airport would be built in three phases. The airport was originally scheduled to open in December 2023, but due to delays, the first phase should be completed by 2025-26.

The Airports Authority of India and the Gujarat government would jointly own the airport, which will be connected by highways, fast transit systems, and railways, according to the minister. He stated that 40 percent of the development will be funded by equity and 60 percent by debt.

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