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  • 1.STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT POTENTIALAROUND BANGALORE INTERNATIONALAIRPORT JUNE 2010 Submitted to Infrastructure Development Department Infrastructure Development Corporation (Karnataka) Limited Infra House, 39, 5th Cross, 8th Main, RMV Extension, Sadashivnagar, Bangalore 560080 Ph: 91 80 43448000; Fax: 91 80 23613016

2. 2Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International AirportCONTENTS1. BANGALORE THE BURGEONING METROPOLIS 51.1.BANGALORE INDUSTRY PROFILE52. BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT82.1. BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIPRORT FEATURES82.1.1. DESIGN AND FACILITIES82.1.2. CARGO VILLAGE92.1.3. PARTNERS FOR AIRPORT SERVICES 102.1.4. ROAD AND RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE102.1.5. BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AREA PLANNING AUTHORITY (BIAAPA)143. PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT173.1.MOUS SIGNED AT GLOBAL INVESTORS MEET 184. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENABLED SERVICES &BIOTECHNOLOGY214.1. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT REGION (ITIR) 214.1.1. POLICY FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT REGIONS (ITIR) 224.2. OTHER PROPOSED DEVELOPMENTS 235. DEVANAHALLI BUSINESS PARK 266. AEROTROPOLIS306.1. CONNECTIVITY & TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE 306.2. AEROTROPOLIS ZONES306.2.1. DOWNTOWN316.2.2. BUSINESS UNIT 316.2.3. TECHNOLOGY CENTRE 317. GLOBAL FINANCIAL DISTRICT 33 3. 3Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International Airport8. AEROSPACE PARK359. MEDICAL, HOSPITALITY & ENTERTAINMENT389.1. MEDICAL TOURISM HUB 389.1.1. NARAYANA HRUDAYALAYA SUPER SPECIALITY HOSPITAL389.2. BANGALORE TURF CLUB 399.3. UPCOMING HOTEL PROJECTS AROUND DEVANAHALLI4010. RESIDENTIAL COMPLEXES42 4. 4 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International AirportBANGALORE THE GROWINGMETROPOLIS 5. 5 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International Airport1. BANGALORE THE BURGEONING METROPOLISKarnataka, located in the southern part of India, is the ninthmost populated State in India and is divided into 29 Districtswith a total area of 191,791 sq km that accounts for 5.83 percent of Indias geographical area. The State is bordered bythe Arabian Sea to the West, Goa to the Northwest,Maharashtra to the North, Andhra Pradesh to the East,Tamil Nadu to the Southeast, and Kerala to the Southwest.Karnataka State is extending approximately 700 km alongthe North South direction and 400 Km approximately in theEast West direction. Bangalore is the administrative andfinancial capital of the State.With an economic growth of 10.3%, Bangalore is one of the fastest growingmetropolises in Asia. Bangalore population has been growing at a rate of 3.25% per yearin the last decade. With sobriquets such as Silicon Valley, Garden City and PensionersParadise, the city has been able to retain its traditional charm, despite the onslaught ofmodernism.Bangalores unique advantage also emanates from the mature and thriving ecosystemthat supports the IT and ITES sector. Apart from strong education system that is acontinuous source of quality manpower and industry friendly policies, the existence ofcomplementary and supplementary industries also makes Bangalore the fourth largestIT cluster in the world.1.1.BANGALORE INDUSTRY PROFILEBangalore is the Information Technology (IT) & Biotechnology (BT) capital of India. Over2,000 IT & IT Enabled Services (ITES) companies, including more than 100 Fortune500companies have established their operations in Bangalore generating IT & ITES exportsof around INR 700 billion (US$ 16.3 billion) and directly employing over 650,000professionals. 6. 6 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International Airport Some of the prominent Fortune500 companies having operations in Bangalore are General Electric, Toyota, ING, Microsoft, Intel, Citigroup, IBM, HP, Dell, Societe Generale, TESCO, CISCO, AXA, Sun Microsystems, HSBC, Accenture, Motorola, Flextronics, 3M, Honeywell, Siemens, Bosch, Tyco, Astra Zeneca, ABB, Alcan, JP Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs. Prominent Indian IT&ITES companies like Infosys and Wipro have their headquarters in Bangalore, while Satyam & TCS have major operations in the city. Annual disposable income of the professionals employed in IT&ITES sector at Bangalore is estimated to be around INR 120 billion (US$ 2.79 billion) per annum. Bangalore is home to around 200 Biotech companies (more than 50% of Biotech companies in India), which are growing at 40% p.a. and accounting for more than 60% of total BT exports from India. Over the past few years, Bangalore is emerging as one of the major Medical Tourism destinations in the world due to availability of tertiary and quaternary hospitals of international standards with significant cost advantage. Over 200,000 medical tourists visited India for medical treatment to the tune of US$ 600 million in 2007, which is expected to increase to US$ 2 billion by 2012. Apart from IT & ITES sector, Bangalore and its surroundings house manufacturing facilities of Toyota, Volvo, Tyco, Bosch and other large & medium scale industries in various industrial areas in and around Bangalore. Presently, IT & ITES companies are concentrated in and around Central Business District, East Bangalore (Whitefield, International Tech Park Bangalore (ITB) developed by Ascendas), SouthEast Bangalore (Electronic City spread over 440 acres, SarjapurOuter Ring Road). However, with the International Airport becoming operational near Devanahalli (40 kms North of Bangalore), major real estate projects and developments are witnessed between Bangalore city and new International Airport. 7. 7 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International AirportBANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 8. 8 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International Airport2.BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTBangalore International Airport (BIA) is an international airport serving the city ofBangalore (Bangalore), Karnataka, India. The airport is located 4 km south ofDevanahalli, 40 km from the central business district of Bangalore and 30 km from theBangalore City Railway Station. The BIA covers about 4,000 acres of area. It has replacedthe old HAL Bangalore International Airport. Construction of the airport began in July2005, after a decade long postponement. It was expected to be inaugurated on 30March 2008 but due to delays in air traffic control (ATC) services, it started itsoperations on the night of 23 May 2008, just before midnight. The airport handledabout 9.3 million passengers and had air traffic movements (ATM) of about 280 per dayin the year 2009. The airport is expected to handle 17 million passengers in the year2015.The airport is host to 9 domestic airlines and 19 international airlines connectingthe city to about 50 destinations across India and the world.2.1.BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIPRORT FEATURES2.1.1. DESIGN AND FACILITIESThe passenger terminal is a single, fully fourlevel building capable of accommodatinginternational and domestic operations. The basement houses the retail storage, restareas and services. The arrival and departure areas are separated vertically with a 9. 9 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International Airport modern, simple, straightahead flow system. The terminal is designed for ease of operation and minimum maintenance. The total floor area is approximately 171,000m (1,840,000ft). The terminal building is designed to accommodate 3,000 passengers at peak times. The design reflects the best industry practice and caters for 24hour operations, under all weather conditions. All facilities meet IATA standards. The airport can handle 14 million passengers a year with 27 aircraft movements an hour. Commonuse terminal equipment (CUTE) enabled checkin counters: 117 and 66 self checkin counters. The airport has 40gates and 18 air bridges, including nine double arm and 19 remote bus bays. There are a total of 82 aircraft stands, all of which have a fueling pit. This is the first time that the parking stands in Indian airports have had fuelling pits. A car park for 4,000 cars was built in front of the terminal building at ground level. The airport currently has one runway, which can accommodate all types of aircraft including the Airbus A380. There are plans to build a second runway when the annual traffic of the airport reaches 18 million passengers a year which is currently estimated to reach around 20132014. The runway, orientated 09/27, is 4,900m (16,076ft) by 45m (150ft) with light paved shoulders making it 60m (200ft). Bangalore International Airport also have a retail centre, a multicuisine food court area, an adventure play area, and a day care facility for the children of the passengers.2.1.2. CARGO VILLAGE The airports cargo village, spread over 11 acres of land, began operations in early January 2009. It is expected to strengthen the commerce and trade in Bangalore, ensuring speedy clearances of import and export consignments from the cargo terminals at the airport. 10. 10 Study on Development Potential around Bangalore International Airport An investment of about $2.5m (INR120m) has been made towards the facility, which was completed over a period of ten months. The facility will house 120 freight forwarders and 80 custom house agents.2.1.3. PARTNERS FOR AIRPORT SERVICES Bangalore International Airport is the first airport in India to operate under a truly open access model. This allows every qualified fuel supplier to use the facility against a fixed throughput fee and allows airlines to get the best fuel prices available in the market. BIAL has selected its strategic partner for the new airports aviation fuel facility. The consortium is Indian Oil / Indian Oiltanking / Skytanking. Indian Oil is the largest oil company and also the largest aviation fuel company in India. Skytanking is a major independent jet fuel handling company and operates various aviation fuel facilities worldwide, especially in Europe and the United States. It is owned by the Hamburg based compan