Dial Concession Agreement
Under the agreement, the private company was allowed to commercially exploit some 240 hectares of the 4,600-hectare airport site. In 2006, the previous UPA government awarded the contract to a consortium led by GMR Group for the operation, management and development of Indira Gandhi International Airport. The initial duration of the concession was 30 years and could be extended by a further 30 years. In January 2006, following an international tender procedure, the consortium was awarded the concession to operate, manage and develop Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). On 4 April 2006, DIAL concluded an Operations, Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) with the Aviation Authority of India. The initial term of the concession is 30 years and may be extended for a further 30 years. The contract was made on the basis of BOOT. The Uttar Pradesh law firm has extended the deadline for signing the concession contract with the Swiss company Zurich Airport International (ZAI) for the development of the Greenfield Jewar airport project in the Noida metropolitan area. The state has taken into account the likely resumption of international flights between India and Malaysia, as well as India and Switzerland, in the coming months, outside the mandatory quarantine period for international travelers entering the country. In accordance with the firm`s decision, the deadline for signing the agreement with the Swiss company has been extended to 45 days from the resumption of India-Malaysia and India-Switzerland flights (whichever is later) or until 17 August 2020, whichever is earlier. The project will be developed under the aegis of Noida International Airport (NIAL). The airport is expected to gain in 30 years after it went live in 2023, generating nearly a trillion rupees for Uttar Pradesh.
According to the technical-economic feasibility report, the airport will accommodate 70 million passengers and 3 million tons of cargo each year when it is fully developed at different stages. On December 9, 2019, the State Cabinet approved the proposal to award the flagship project to ZAI, which proved to be the highest bidder, with a fee of nearly Rs 401 per passenger, beating three other competitors, including Delhi International Airport (DIAL), Adani Enterprises and Anchorage Infrastructure Investments, managed by GMR Group. Previously, the National Project Monitoring and Implementation Committee had recommended that the ZAI win the contract for the airport. The new airport will be designed, developed and operated under a 40-year concession period and ZAI will invest more than Rs 4.5 trillion in Phase I of the project, which will also destabilize New Delhi`s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA). The airport needs 1,450 hectares of land for Phase I work that spans six villages in the Noida agglomeration. „The IWC has requested from the beginning until today the complete file of the Operations, Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) between the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and the GMR,“ said a person known for its development. It is alleged that the airport company listed nearly a dozen joint ventures to reduce AAI`s turnover. Under the concession agreement, DIAL is required to share with AAI 46% of its total turnover. . The two-storey terminal has the departures complex on the upper level and arrivals on the lower level.
The roof of the building has been stylized to allow for daylight and has been tilted to protect the interior from direct sun exposure. The effect creates a calm environment and maximizes the feeling of volume, space and light inside. Using natural light reduces reliance on artificial light during the time of day….