What is the full form of AAI?
Airport Authority of India.
Airports Authority of India works under the Ministry of Civil Aviation and it is responsible for creating, upgrading, maintaining and managing civil aviation infrastructure in India. Service provide by AAI is to manage Air Traffic Control in India Airspace and adjoining oceanic areas. AAI is also responsible for the managing all 125 airports including 18 International Airports, 7 Customs Airports, 78 Domestic Airports and 26 Civil enclaves at Military Airfields.
The Government of India inaugurated International Airports Authority of India (IAAI) in 1972 to manage the nation’s international airports. that time National Airports Authority (NAA) was inaugurated in 1986 to look after domestic airports. Later on, The organisations were merged in April 1995 by an Act of Parliament named as the Airports Authority of India.
Airport Authority Of India, headquarter located in Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan,Safdarjung Airport, New Delhi.
AAI has four training centres below are the details of all training centres.
- The Civil Aviation Training College (CATC) at Allahabad,
- National Institute of Aviation Management and Research (NIAMAR) at Delhi
- Fire Training Centres (FTC) at Delhi & Kolkata.
Passenger Facilities provided by AAI
Development, change and administration of traveller terminals, advancement and administration of payload terminals, improvement and upkeep of smock foundation including runways, parallel runways, cook’s garment and so on.,
Arrangement of Communication, route and observation which incorporates arrangement of DVOR/DME, ILS, ATC radars, visual guides and so on., arrangement of air movement administrations, arrangement of traveler offices and related civilities at its terminals in this way guaranteeing protected and secure tasks of flying machine, traveler and load in the nation.
International Project Owned by AAI
The AAI has been associated with different consultancy ventures with Libya, Algeria, Yemen, Maldives, Nauru and Afghanistan. The AAI likewise gives prepared workforce to task, upkeep and administration of airplane terminals in these nations.