NCR’s second airport, coming up at Jewar in Greater Noida, will officially be referred to as Noida International Airport and will have as its constant companion a brand depicting a flying Sarus crane, Uttar Pradesh’s state bird that has one among its richest habitats in the wetlands around Noida.
The concept of the logo germinated from discussions on topics concentrated across the state bird. The designers arrived at the final logo via merging the motifs of a sarus (stork) in flight, technology, and a connected international. The wings of the sarus within the logo, officials said, are intended to connote the idea of ultimate connection with the rest of the world. Noida International Airport is likewise proposed to be related to the high-speed rail project connecting Delhi with Varanasi.
Zurich Airport international currently holds 100 percent shareholding in the Jewar airport task, which is around 70 km from the main Delhi region.
Zurich Airport international had outbid Delhi worldwide Airport Ltd (DIAL), Adani Enterprises, and Anchorage Infrastructure Investments Holdings Ltd to win the 40-year concession for the Noida airport on November 29 the last yr.
Once fully constructed, the airport can be the second one international airport serving the national Capital location of Delhi and speedy developing Yamuna expressway industrial development region between Delhi and Agra.
In early October the government of Uttar Pradesh signed the concession agreement with Zurich Airport global to commence the improvement of the Noida International Airport at Jewar for a period of 40 years.