Cheapest car hire in Navi Airport
7 seat minivan
From € 112.70
*daily rates in Navi Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Useful things to know about Navi Airport
- Navi Mumbai Airport is expected to open by 2020
- It'll cost nearly 2bn USD, 4 times its projected cost
- It'll handle up to 30 million passengers per year by 2030
- It's Terminal and ATC tower were design by Zaha Hadid Architects
Navi Mumbai Airport – Coming soon…
The airport has been in the pipelines for over 20 years and construction is well under way to deliver a new facility capable of handling 10 million passenger movements to Mumbai when it opens its doors for the first time, expecting before 2020. The airport will be delivered in stages and by 2030 it is expected to be able to handle up to 30 million passengers, which at the time of writing would make it India’s 3rd busiest airport, only Dehli Airport
(Indira Gandhi International Airport) and Mumbai Airport
(Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport) would handle more passengers.
It will also make Mumbai the aviation hub of India with a combined total passenger capacity of over 80 million between Navi Mumbai and Mumbai airports. With air traffic expected to increase significantly into India, the airport was seen as a necessity to ensure that India’s infrastructure can keep pace with the growing demands of the world today.
Navi Mumbai Airport Delays
The airport was initially planned to open in 2019, however political disputes and protests from land owners relocated by the plans have led to an inevitable delay. The issues have finally been resolved the construction has recommenced. The initial project budget was 4.7 crore (crore = 10million rupees) has been more of an issue however, as this has now quadrupled to near 16,000 crore, over 2 billion USD.