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Noida International Airport

Noida International Airport at Jewar, Uttar Pradesh is being developed by Flughafen Zürich AG (Zurich Airport) south of Greater Noida with a 4 phase master plan to handle 60 million passengers per annum in the future. The project’s final phase envisions 2 runways and 4 terminals – making it the largest airport in India.

  • Area: 1,334 hectares
  • Estimated Cost: Rs. 29,650 crore
  • Architects: Haptic Architects, Nordic, Grimshaw and STUP

Phase 1 Layout Plan

Noida International Airport’s Phase 1 envisions a 90,000 Sqm Terminal 1 building, 4150 x 45 Code ‘E’ runway (Runway 10/28) fully supported by CAT III approach lighting and visual aids, parallel end to end taxiway, Air Traffic Control (ATC) building, cargo facility, commercial developments, metro & high speed rail stations, and other amenities

Phase 2 Layout Plan

Phase 2 envision a mirror development of Phase 1, with a new Terminal 2, new runway and parallel taxiway.

Phase 3 Layout Plan

Phase3 envisions, a new Terminal 3 over an area of 1,60,000 Sqm, new 2nd parallel taxiway conforming to Code F CAT III operations, 3 rapid exit taxiways and apron expansion with 37 additional bays

Phase 4 Master Plan

The airport’s final phase envisions a new Terminal 4 with an area of 1,60,000 Sqm, expansion of cargo terminal to 1,50,000 Sqm, apron expanion for 25 additional bays, 3 rapid exit taxiways in the northern runway and a 2nd parallel taxiway conforming to Code F CAT III operations

Yamuna Expressway

Yamuna Expressway Formerly Known Taj Expressway is a 6-lane wide and 165.5 km long access-controlled expressway in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The expressway having project value ₹12,839 crore.

It is presently India’s 3rd longest expressway. It was built to de-congest the older Delhi–Agra national highway (NH-2) or Mathura Road.

Yamuna Expressway will be connected with Eastern Peripheral Expressway via an interchange which is being built at Jaganpur Afzalpur village near Noida International University in Gautam Buddh Nagar. It was conceived with the idea of reducing the travel time between Delhi, NCR and Agra.

Metro connectivity to Yamuna Expressway has got a green signal from the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA). The metro rail will run from the proposed metro station at Pari Chowk to Yamuna Expressway Sector 18 and 20.

Yamuna Expressway has become most preferred for builders and developers. Many reputed builders are bringing residential projects at Yamuna Expressway.

Film City

The proposed UP Film City site is only 6 km away from the upcoming Jewar Airport.

Location: Sec 21 of Yamuna expressway YEIDA region

Area: 1000 acres

Facilities: pre-production and post-production infrastructure, processing labs, VFX and digital technology

Amenities: Star Hotels, Resorts, Cinemas and parks, Entertainment zones

Land use: 780 Acres for industrial purposes and 220 acres for commercial purposes

The production of movies from this location may start in 2024.

Metro Connectivity

A 72km metro link from Noida International Airport in Jewar to IGI International Airport

Distance covered only 1 Hours

Cost: 4,000-5,000 Crore Approx.

Corridor will be developed in two phases:

1st Phase

Knowledge Park 2 to Jewar Airport 35km elevated cum underground

2nd Phase

Knowledge Park 2 to IGI Airport 37km with Ashok Nagar.

Patanjali Food & Herbal Park

  • Proposed Patanjali Food & Herbal Park Projects Cost 1440 Crore (Approx.)
  • Plant will be set up in 430 acres of land at the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA).
  • Mega Food Parks will be implemented within 30 months.
  • The units will come up in sectors 24 and 24A within 6 to7 km. of Buddha International Circuit towards Jewar.

Multi Modal Logistics Park

  • The Multi Modal Logistics Park will spread across 20 Km, off the Yamuna Expressway and extend between Tappal in Aligarh and Bajna.
  • The first phase of project is on the track.
  • Project objective to the development of the area with major thrust on industrial activities.
  • Project will serve as an aggregation and serving point for both domestic and international markets.

Olympic Park & Village

An ultra-modern sports zone and village to host Olympic Games and other international events are set to be developed on over 1,200 acres along the Yamuna expressway.

The sports park will be spread over 950 acres while the village, which will be developed along the lines of the Commonwealth Games (CWG) village sports complex in Delhi, will be built on 250 acres and have facilities like players’ living quarters and practice areas among others.

It will be connected with the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway too. It will also be linked with metro and pod taxi facilities to make the sports hub to international standards.

Medical Device Park

A medical device park would come up in an area of 350 acres along the Yamuna Expressway and just 3.5 km away from the upcoming Noida International Airport at Jewar.

The medical device park would focus on the industrial development of CT scans, MRI and ventilators and attract related big companies and manufacturers.

Of the total 350 acre land for the park, 200 acre would be used in the first phase and 150 acre in the second phase.

Defence Corridor

The Defence Corridor would get a total investment of Rs 200 billion. Both the flagship projects are being pushed up with the active cooperation of the Centre.

The government has identified 3000 hectares for the proposed corridor, which would span six districts in its catchment area viz. Aligarh, Agra, Jhansi, Kanpur, Lucknow and Chitrakoot.

This project is also being showcased by UP to global investors as a template for the state industrial development roadmap.

New University “Raja Mahendra Pratap University”

The land has been proposed in the Lodha and Musaipur villages of Kol tehsil for a state-level university to be named after Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh.

In this, the district administration is given 37 acres of land. Apart from this, 10 acres of land will be acquired.

The cost of construction of the university will be more than Rs 100 crore.

The outline of the university is shown in the 3D model of Raja Mahendra Pratap Singh University. In facilities are academic buildings, libraries, common facilities, Hostels, etc. it will be done in about 24917.94 sqm.