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airport authority report for bba

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INTRODUCTION
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) formed by the merger of IAAI and NAAthrough Airports Authority Act (No.55 of 1994), came into existence on 1st April1995. AAI manages five international airports, 87 domestic airports and 28 civilenclaves
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MISSION
Progress through excellence and customer satisfaction with world class airports andair traffic services fostering economic development.
ORGANISATION
Corporate Office :Rajiv Gandhi Bhavan,
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Safdarjung Airport,New Delhi - 110 003 (INDIA)TelFaxE-mail: +91 11 24632950: +91 11 24632990 (Chairman's Office):aaichmn@nda.vsnl.net.in
The Board
The composition of the Board of AAI as on 30.9.1999 consisted of a Chairman, theDGCA as the Ex-officio member, four whole time members and five part-timemembers.AAI Management(As on 30.5.2010)
Main Functions
The main functions of AAI are:-
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To control and manage the entire Indian airspace (excluding thespecial user airspace) extending beyond the territorial limits of thecountry, as accepted by ICAO.
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Provisioning of Communication and Navigational aids viz. ILS,DVOR, DME, Radar, etc.
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To Design, Construct, Operate and Maintain International Airports,Domestic Airports, and Civil Enclaves at Defence Airports.
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Development and Management of International Cargo Terminals.
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Provisioning of Passenger Facilitation and Information System.
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Expansion and Strengthening of Operational areas viz. Runways,Apron, Taxiways, etc.
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Provisioning of Visual Aids.
HUMAN RESOURCE IN DIVERSE AREAS OF EXPERTISE
AAI has a vast resource of trained manpower. The 22000 strong workforces includeexpert manpower in particularly in the areas of:-
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Civil and Structural Engineers
Electrical Engineers
Architects
Automobile and E&M Engineers
Safety Service Managers
Air Traffic Controllers
Electronic Engineers
Finance, Audit & Accounts Managers
HRD / HRM Managers
Legal
Cartography
TRAINING FACILITIES
The in house training requirements of the AAI are catered fully by 4 traininginstitutes. The training institutes have also been catering to the training needs of manpower from neighboring countries. The two of these training institutes areapproved `Course Development Centre’s under the Train air program of ICAO.
FOREIGN PROJECTS EXECUTED BY AAI
AAI undertakes assignments like airport feasibility studies, airport design projectimplementation & project supervision, manpower training, Airport Management &operation on turnkey basis, providing manpower for airport operation including air
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