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PostPosted: Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:58 am 
Separate police station for airport mooted Law & order

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The proposal of a police station is to have law enforcers with a role devoid of routine duties, writes R. Rajaram

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With domestic and international flight services through Tiruchi Airport on the rise over the years, the city police has proposed a separate police station exclusively for the airport with specific tasks concerning security besides investigation of passport cases.

The proposal to establish a separate police station for Tiruchi Airport on the lines of the one in existence at Chennai Airport is to have a team of law enforcers with a focussed role and responsibility devoid of the routine assignments performed by their counterparts attached to regular police stations.

In the proposal forwarded to the state police headquarters recently, the city police authorities have also sought an anti-sabotage team specialised in Bomb Detection and Disposal to be part of the separate Airport Police Station to act in times of emergency.

The need for a separate police station exclusively for the airport was felt as the existing Airport Police Station had to perform multi-various duties including maintenance of law and order in its jurisdiction, providing outer security for the airport, investigation of crime, law and order and passport cases, handling court cases, execution of non-bailable warrants besides organising peak and non-peak hour vehicle checks putting a lot of burden on them. Once a new airport police station was established, the existing one would be re-christened and divested of airport duties.

The personnel attached to the proposed separate station for the airport would have their task cut out, once sanctioned by the State government, namely maintenance of outer security of the airport premises, VIP security, investigation of passport cases, crowd regulation and management, says a senior police officer.

The Central Industrial Security Force is vested with responsibility of maintaining the airport’s inner security and the checking of the air travellers.

Increase in domestic and international flight services to and from Tiruchi over the years and frequent movement of VIPs passing through this airport and the proposed expansion have all been taken into consideration while seeking the creation of a separate police station for the airport, say authorities.

Sources say on a day nearly 10 flights (domestic and international) arrive and depart from Tiruchi Airport with the number of passengers crossing the 1,000 mark every day.

A separate police station with a focussed role would enable the law enforcers attached to it to handle matters relating to security and investigation of passport cases more effectively, say the authorities.

In the last six months alone nearly 40 passport cases had been registered at the Airport Police Station which were all “under investigation.”

Since passport cases have inter-district and inter-state ramifications as well, personnel attached to the separate police station for airport would be in a much better position to concentrate and investigate such crimes, say the authorities. The official said some of the pending passport cases would be transferred to the Crime Branch CID wing of the State Police.

source:tiruchian.wordpress.com


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 9:14 pm 
Dear Friends, Happy to see a dedicated forum for Trichy.
Just finished the TiruchiAirport.com with whatever information i can obtain on the net.

I would like to add more information like
Travel agents address,
airport security,
cargo,
local airline address,
travel details from airport to other part of trichy.

As I am staying outside of india, Couldn't collect all those detail.

Can someone help me on this.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 29, 2009 9:49 am 
hi everyone, some facts of Trichy & Madurai airport.

Trichy has its own catchment area which includes Trichy,Tanjore,Ariyalur,Perambalur,Thiruvarur,
Nagapatnam,Pudukotai & some from Namakkal,Karur. These districts people will come to Trichy airport only.

but in case of Madurai they have Madurai,sivaganga,Theni,Virudhunagar,
Tirunelveli,Ramanathapuram only.Tutucurin has airport.

Kanyakumari people never come to Madurai because Trivandrum has international airport
only 40km from Kanyakumari.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 12:52 am 
Trichy airport website: http://www.trichyairport.info/


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 10:56 am 
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2009 1:07 pm 
Tiruchi airport to be partially privatised

CHENNAI: The Civil Aviation Ministry is planning to partially privatise non-metro airports, Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel said here on Saturday.

Mr. Patel. who arrived here by a special aircraft in the evening, told The Hindu at the airport that under the programme the airports in Tiruchi, Amritsar in Punjab and Udaipur in Rajasthan would be thus privatised.

Explaining the concept of partial privatisation, Airports Authority of India (AAI) officials said other than the terminal buildings, the operational area and the runway, areas including car parking, courier and cargo facilities would be handed over to private companies under Private-Public Partnership arrangements. The AAI would lease the land to the private operator and the operator would pay the AAI a licence fee.

Answering a question on the quantum of User Development Fees to be introduced at the Chennai and Kolkata airports, Mr. Patel said it had not been decided yet.

Airports modernisation


The AAI is in the process of modernising 80 airports to international standards. User Development Fees has been proposed to meet the expenses, he said. The two private operators at the New Delhi and Mumbai airports are already charging User Development Fees.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 01, 2009 11:12 pm 
Air India Express, a subsidiary of national carrier Air India, will enter the domestic low-cost space in a few months. The plan, however, is still in the proposal stage, said Tara Naidu, chief commercial officer, Air India Express.


The subsidiary already flies on Gulf, South Asia and Southeast Asia routes.

Naidu said, "We want to get into domestic operations because people prefer low-cost carriers to full-service ones. Our domestic operations will cover both metros and non-metros and our existing fleet, along with that of Air India, will be used for this venture," she said.

Air India's fleet stands at 68, of which 22 planes belong to Air India Express. Naidu said the parent's other resources, too, will be redeployed for the arm's domestic operations.

On the likelihood of the new service cannibalising the parent's operations, she said, "To some extent there will cannibalisation but we will offer both low-cost and full-service flights on routes that have demand for both. In small towns, the concentration of low-cost flights will be higher."

On the international front, the subsidiary is looking to expand to Delhi-Kuala Lumpur and introduce new flights on routes such as Thiruvananthapuram-Muscat and Mangalore-Abu Dhabi. Three new flights will be added to the Trichy-Kuala Lumpur route.

Air India Express operates 202 flights a week to 14 destinations outside India from 17 cities.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 10:38 pm 
Mr.Dharmaraj takes charge of Trichy Airport.

I am not able to paste the Tamil text, but here is the link.

http://www.dailythanthi.com/thanthiepaper/showxml.aspx?id=10522967&code=4121


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 28, 2009 6:30 pm 
Meeting on land acquisition for airport work


TIRUCHI: A preliminary consultative meeting with residents to discuss the land acquisition for the expansion of the Tiruchi airport ended abruptly on Saturday.

According to sources, the meeting was convened to hear the views of the residents of Nathamadipatti and Keezhakurichi, situated on the eastern side of the airport, where lands are to be acquired for the project. The meeting ended after the residents walked out demanding specific details about the land acquisition. The meeting convened by Revenue Department officials was also attended by AAI officials and police.


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 27, 2009 7:20 pm 
Tamil Nadu acquiring land for expansion of airports

The Tamil Nadu government is in the process of acquiring land for expansion and modernisation of metro and non-metro airports in the state.
According to a policy note Transport Minister K.N. Nehru submitted in the assembly, the state capital has grown as a hub for manufacturing sectors like automobiles, electronic

hardware and IT and the state has turned out to be an important destination for foreign tourists, resulting in increased cargo and passenger traffic in the Chennai airport.

“Keeping all these in mind the government decided to go for modernisation and expansion of Chennai airport in coordination with the government of India. The Airports Authority of India (AAI), which is undertaking the modernisation programme, has proposed to spend about Rs.1,808 crore (Rs.18.08 billion) on this,” the policy note states.

The Chennai airport modernisation will be completed by 2010, it says.

As many as 126 acres of lands has already been acquired by the state at a cost of Rs.127.06 crore and handed over to AAI.

Among non-metro airports, the state is taking necessary action to acquire 610 acres of land for the expansion and modernisation of Madurai airport at a cost of Rs.68.99 crore.

In addition, action to acquire land for expansion of airports at Coimbatore, Trichy, Tuticorin and Salem as per the master plans have been submitted by AAI.

The state is also taking action for establishing a greenfield airport at Sriperumpudur.


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