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