Faridabad to see growth with Noida International Airport’s advent
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Faridabad to see growth with Noida International Airport’s advent

The Noida International Airport, which is planned to be operational in 2024, is likely to benefit Faridabad and Western Uttar Pradesh on a large scale.

The second airport in the NCR region will not just decrease the burden on Delhi’s IGI airport but will additionally serve a larger objective of boosting the economy in the area, involving residential, commercial, logistics, warehousing and hospitality sectors.

It will additionally result in the conceptualisation and implementation of large infrastructure projects that will make a huge multiplier impact on the economy. The airport development will be a merger of prospects and existing potentials of growth, especially in Faridabad―the industrial town of Haryana that is fast appearing as the next hub of real estate growth in the area.

Faridabad is flanked by Noida in the northeast, Delhi in the north, and Gurgaon in the west. It is equidistant from these job-creating cities. It is efficiently accessible from Delhi’s IGI Airport and significant railway stations through Delhi Metro and well-connected routes.

The Noida International Airport will be at a 30-min drive via a 31-km long 6-lane Greenfield connecting road originating from India’s longest expressway Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, which moves via Faridabad. The land procurement of the same has commenced and the development of the Expressway is also moving briskly – both of which are likely to be functional before 2024.

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Also read: PM Modi likely to inaugurate Jewar airport by November end

The Noida International Airport, which is planned to be operational in 2024, is likely to benefit Faridabad and Western Uttar Pradesh on a large scale. The second airport in the NCR region will not just decrease the burden on Delhi’s IGI airport but will additionally serve a larger objective of boosting the economy in the area, involving residential, commercial, logistics, warehousing and hospitality sectors. It will additionally result in the conceptualisation and implementation of large infrastructure projects that will make a huge multiplier impact on the economy. The airport development will be a merger of prospects and existing potentials of growth, especially in Faridabad―the industrial town of Haryana that is fast appearing as the next hub of real estate growth in the area. Faridabad is flanked by Noida in the northeast, Delhi in the north, and Gurgaon in the west. It is equidistant from these job-creating cities. It is efficiently accessible from Delhi’s IGI Airport and significant railway stations through Delhi Metro and well-connected routes. The Noida International Airport will be at a 30-min drive via a 31-km long 6-lane Greenfield connecting road originating from India’s longest expressway Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, which moves via Faridabad. The land procurement of the same has commenced and the development of the Expressway is also moving briskly – both of which are likely to be functional before 2024. Image Source Also read: PM Modi likely to inaugurate Jewar airport by November end

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