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Tamil Nadu to Build New International Airport in Hosur

Tamil Nadu to Build New International Airport in Hosur


Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, MK Stalin, announced on Thursday that Hosur would get a new international airport spanning 2,000 acres and handling 30 million passengers annually.

“The new airport will cater to 30 million passengers per annum and it will spread over 2,000 acres,” Stalin told the Assembly. In an effort to attract more investments and generate jobs, especially since Hosur and its surroundings are home to a large number of manufacturing and industrial units.

Tamil Nadu Industries Minister TRB Rajaa reached out to the media after declaration of the news and said, “The Hosur new airport is going to be a giant leap for that area. Connectivity will improve big time, and economic growth can get a fillip from Hosur itself, along with neighbouring districts of Dharmapuri and Salem. Parts of Bengaluru also stand to gain handsomely from this. A new-generation airport in Hosur with its salubrious climate would only facilitate a twin-city kind of ecosystem between Hosur and Bengaluru, and fuel growth for both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.

Hosur is already well-connected in terms of connectivity to EXIM gateways, with major business hubs like Chennai, Tiruvallur, Sriperumbudur, and Coimbatore, along with industrial clusters, in proximity. Hosur is currently evolving into an automotive, EV manufacturing, advanced manufacturing, logistics, and electronics cluster. The town is also developing into an IT hub with the proposed IT Park.

Here, prominent companies like Tata Electronics, TVS, Ashok Leyland, Titan, and Rolls-Royce exist in large numbers; now, IAMPL is there. This new airport is likely to further catalyze growth and development in Hosur and its surrounding regions.

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