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For upcoming Noida Airport, Tata group to provide in-flight kitchen facility | Delhi News


The Noida International Airport (NIA) Thursday signed a concession agreement with Tata group’s TajSATS, a leading in-flight catering company, for developing an in-flight kitchen facility.

Officials said that TajSATS will develop the facility on a design, finance, build, operate, and transfer (DBFOT) model for a 37-year period. The mandate will include passenger and crew meal services, in-flight catering equipment handling, and loading and unloading of meals.

Manish Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of TajSATS, said: “The pace of addition of airports in India, which include marquee developments such as Noida International Airport, presents a tremendous growth opportunity for airline catering. TajSATS, with its strong network and market leadership, will deliver premium in-flight and lounge catering, leveraging its four decades of experience.”

Strategically located within the airport, the kitchen will be spread over 40,000 sqft and be equipped to serve over 15,000 meals a day in the initial phase.

The company said the kitchen will also be equipped to serve lounge facilities and the food and beverage outlets inside the airport.

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With the addition of this facility, TajSATS will have nine production facilities in India.

“This partnership is a key milestone for us toward developing a modern, consumer-centric culinary experience for our customers. We believe meals are an integral part of a distinguished in-flight and airport experience. TajSATS comes with a vast experience in serving numerous airports and we feel that their offering will synergise with ours to provide a thorough world-class experience to our customers,” said Christoph Schnellmann, CEO, Noida International Airport.

Spread across 1,334 hectares, the Noida International Airport (NIA) at Jewar is being developed by the Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL), which is a subsidiary of Zurich Airport International AG. Once its expansion is complete and its six proposed runways are operational, it is expected to be among India’s biggest airports.





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