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India opens 'net-zero emission' airport project, second for Delhi

Modi government claims $4.5bn Uttar Pradesh facility will be Asia's largest

Noida International Airport will be India's first zero-emission airport and also the country's largest.   © AFP/Jiji

NEW DELHI -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday laid the foundation stone for the country's first zero-emission international airport close to the capital, an ambitious 340-billion-rupee ($4.5 billion) project being built and to be operated by Switzerland's Flughafen Zurich.

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