Noida International Airport (NIA) has struck a deal with Siemens Logistics India Private Limited to become India’s first airport to achieve net zero emissions

Siemens will develop, supply, install, commission, operate, and maintain the airport’s arrival and departure baggage handling system under this arrangement. Siemens VarioTray technology is modular and extensible. It will provide rapid and accurate baggage transportation. This will be a completely automated, precise system that ensures each bag is traced along its trip with live status updates. The system will work in tandem with airport operations to deliver quick luggage handling. Its design and arrangement will also ensure dependable and energy-efficient bag transportation. The Siemens VarioTray can convey bags at a speed of up to 10 m/sec. According to the statement, the baggage is delivered in individual trays, which improves handling accuracy and accountability of each and every single bag, provides customers with peace of mind, and improves airline turnaround performance.The Noida International Airport (NIA) will link the greater Delhi area and Western Uttar Pradesh to cities throughout India and the world. This world-class airport will blend Swiss efficiency and Indian hospitality to provide travelers with rich experiences as well as full commercial attractions and services. NIA will be India’s first airport in its category to achieve zero net emissions, raising the bar for environmentally friendly airport operations.

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The Siemens VarioTray can convey bags at a speed of up to 10 m/sec.

Christoph Schnellmann, Chief Executive Officer of Noida International Airport, stated that they are thrilled to collaborate with Siemens to provide a rapid, cost-effective, and seamless airport experience to their passengers. They will collaborate to create a user-friendly airport that will establish a new standard for being digitally enabled and backed by integrated systems. They also want to be the most effective transfer centre in India, and this collaboration with Siemens logistics would help them get there easily. They are dedicated to provide customers, airlines, and logistics partners with rapid and effective processes at the greatest possible value. According to Michael Schneider, Executive Vice President, Siemens Logistics, the business is thrilled to have been chosen by NIA and to be a component of this exciting new airport development in India. Siemens Logistics has already played a significant role in the growth of airport logistic systems throughout the country, as well as in achieving the expansion aspirations of many of its customers at several airports in India. By engaging on this journey with NIA, they will hone their great project delivery and service capabilities. The adoption of their newest tray technology baggage handling system will help NIA passengers enjoy the finest service levels possible, while the operator can count on organizational effectiveness and future proof expandability.

 Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) was formed to develop, build, and operate the Noida International Airport, a greenfield project. The business, a wholly owned division of Zurich Airport International AG, would be in charge of implementing the public-private partnership initiative in collaboration with the governments of Uttar Pradesh and India. Noida International Airport’s concession era began on October 1, 2021 and will last for 40 years. The airport will have one runway and one terminal when it opens at the end of 2024, with a capacity of 12 million passengers – with the option for future extension in subsequent construction phases.

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