Noida Airport: Flight tickets from Noida International Airport will be much cheaper than Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. According to media reports, one can save Rs 1,000 to Rs 1,500 on most flight tickets. This will happen because ATF weight charge will be only 1 percent in UP, which is up to 25 percent in Delhi.
Due to this low charge, air travel from the airport being built in Jewar will be cheaper for the people. Yamuna Authority has already claimed that 65 airplanes will take off from Noida International Airport from the very first day.
Focus on increasing connectivity
The work of the airport under construction in Jewar is going on at a fast pace. There are preparations to increase about one thousand more laborers till Diwali. On the other hand, options for providing high-speed connectivity to the airport are also being discussed continuously. The DPR of High Speed Metro has been put on hold to provide connectivity to Delhi’s IGI. Whereas, the idea of providing high speed connectivity through RapidX is underway.
Cheap tickets will be available at Noida Airport
Arunveer Singh, CEO of NIAL (Noida International Airport Limited), says that providing connectivity to Noida International Airport from Delhi-based IGI will be very important because flight tickets will be cheaper from Jewar. ATF weight charge is one percent in UP and 25 percent in Delhi, due to which people will be able to get a discount of Rs 1000 to 1500 per ticket on most of the tickets.
In such a situation, there will be many passengers who after reaching IGI Airport will come to Noida International Airport for onward journey. One reason for this will be the cheaper tickets and the other reason will be the availability of more flights.
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