Airports Authority of India partners with Jewar airport to provide air traffic services in Noida | Mobility News

The Indian Airports Authority (AAI), the national airport operator, will provide air traffic services at the upcoming Noida International Airport in Jewar in Greater Noida. According to sources, the first phase is expected to be completed by 2024.

Agreement to this effect was signed between AAI and Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) on February 28, AAI said. YIAPL is a special purpose vehicle set up for the development of Greenfield Noida International Airport in Jewar. As the Provider of Air Traffic Services, AAI is the only entity authorized by law to provide air traffic services in the country.

“AAI is pleased to partner with Noida International Airport and is excited about such projects, which will open new doors for the operation of several major airports in their respective regions. provide food to the communities, ”said AK Pathak, Member (Proposal). is AAI.

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Mumbai and Navi Mumbai are lined up for a similar approach, he said, adding that AAI has already signed a contract for CNS-ATM services with Navi Mumbai International Airport (NMIAL) in 2018. Under an agreement with Noida International Airport, AAI will plan. , purchase, install and supply CNS / ATM equipment and supplies and provide air traffic control services at the upcoming airport, AAI said.

In addition, the facility will also be equipped with Advanced Motion Control and ATS Automation Systems and Systems which will enable location monitoring and provide dedicated support to Air Torch Controllers for all weather services, he said. .

Noida International Airport (Jewar) is expected to be commissioned by 2025 and AAI will be associated with the airport operator in all three stages covered under the CNS-ATM agreement such as pre-operation, delivery, and part of the work, according to the information.

The design and design of the aircraft will be carried out in collaboration under the AAI Air Space Management Committee (ASM) with the participation of the New Delhi Air Traffic Control Center and the airport operator, he added. AAI said it also hopes to help ATC and ATSEP (Air Force Technical Services Professionals) staff meet operational requirements.

Includes inputs from PTI

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