GVK Group recently unveiled the first look of Navi Mumbai International Airport. The central government and the Maharashtra government through the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) have envisioned an upcoming greenfield airport.

GVK Mumbai International Airport Limited is developing the airport in a public-private partnership with CIDCO.

The terminal design takes inspiration from the national flower of India – the lotus which symbolizes purity and elegance. The futuristic design aims to seamlessly blend modernity with the Indian ethos. The airport has been designed by the architectural firm Zaha Hadid.

Navi Mumbai International Airport First View

The Central Terminal Complex will consist of a cluster of three interconnected multi-level terminals with a multimodal transportation hub. Once completed, the airport will serve 90 million passengers per year. With high-speed expressway, suburban rail, metro and water transport connectivity, the central terminal complex will be connected by 9+9 lanes, a landscape planned to reach the main airport.

The airport is planned with dual entrances from east and west. It is expected to be implemented in four phases with two parallel runways capable of operating simultaneously.

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