A report by Indian think tank, The Observer Research Foundation of Mumbai, has declared that the new airport at Navi Mumbai along with the existing airport at Panvel will both be saturated in 25 years. The report warns there is no more land for a third airport in the city. The Expert Appraisal Committee is examining the proposal for the second airport at its next meeting, where plans for the new airport may need to be reviewed. Navi Mumbai is 1.140 hectares and will have an ultimate capacity of 50 million passengers a year, half of the ultimate capacity of
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