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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 8:05 pm 
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Proposal on expansion of the airport here would be submitted to the state government in two weeks - Collector Jayashree Muralidharan

Tiruchirappalli (TN), May 13 (PTI) GPS aided Geo Augmented Navigation system (GAGAN), a satellite-based facility aimed at enhancing safety and efficiency of aircraft operations, would be installed in all airports in the country by June 2013, a senior Airports Authority of India official said today.

The global positioning system-aided GAGAN, a joint venture between AAI and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), would imporove air traffic management through timely information on aircraft movement, integration of Met data and aeronautical information, V Somasundaram, Member, Air Navigation Services, said here. Once implemented, India would be the fourth country in the world to have a satellite-based navigation system after USA, Japan and European Consortium. "By virtue of this system, human intervention will be minimised or eliminated for navigational leading both at Air Traffic Control room and aircraft cockpit," he told reporters.

The system would enhance safety and efficiency of aircraft operations through better situational awareness and safety alerts/tools for the Air Traffic Controllers, he said. Under ISRO's guidance, AAI had installed ground reference stations in 15 strategic localtions across the country and all airports would be networked through them.

The national GAGAN Centre would be located in Bangalore. Apart from air navigation applications, GAGAN would also be be useful to other service providers like the Indian Railways, Survey of India, Geological Survey of India, and Archaeological Survey of India and others. The Navy and Indian Coast Guard could also use the facility, he said. As the swath area would be from South Africa to Australia, AAI was holding discussions with airline operators in Asian, African and Eastern countries on utilising the services of GAGAN on commercially.

Earlier commissioning the Air Traffic Signal Automation at the airport here, he said Tiruchirappalli was the first among the 38 A-Grade airports to get the facility. The work was in various stages in other 37 airports. "Very shortly, Madurai will be completed." The automation would facilitate automatic exchange of flight information between adjacent Air Traffic Control centres including Chennai and Thiruvananthapurm. District Collector Jayashree Muralidharan said a proposal on expansion of the airport here would be submitted to the state government in two weeks.

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Friends this is right time for us, i'm requesting every body to send mails to our CM, she will definitely listen to our words. Already lot of developmental activities in trichy region are taking place under her guidance.


I used to send mail to CMCELL for various issues... Please all of us send mail regardign airport issues.. atleast someone mail reaches CM


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 7:55 pm 
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Proposal on expansion of the airport here would be submitted to the state government in two weeks - Collector Jayashree Muralidharan

Tiruchirappalli (TN), May 13 (PTI) GPS aided Geo Augmented Navigation system (GAGAN), a satellite-based facility aimed at enhancing safety and efficiency of aircraft operations, would be installed in all airports in the country by June 2013, a senior Airports Authority of India official said today.

The global positioning system-aided GAGAN, a joint venture between AAI and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), would imporove air traffic management through timely information on aircraft movement, integration of Met data and aeronautical information, V Somasundaram, Member, Air Navigation Services, said here. Once implemented, India would be the fourth country in the world to have a satellite-based navigation system after USA, Japan and European Consortium. "By virtue of this system, human intervention will be minimised or eliminated for navigational leading both at Air Traffic Control room and aircraft cockpit," he told reporters.

The system would enhance safety and efficiency of aircraft operations through better situational awareness and safety alerts/tools for the Air Traffic Controllers, he said. Under ISRO's guidance, AAI had installed ground reference stations in 15 strategic localtions across the country and all airports would be networked through them.

The national GAGAN Centre would be located in Bangalore. Apart from air navigation applications, GAGAN would also be be useful to other service providers like the Indian Railways, Survey of India, Geological Survey of India, and Archaeological Survey of India and others. The Navy and Indian Coast Guard could also use the facility, he said. As the swath area would be from South Africa to Australia, AAI was holding discussions with airline operators in Asian, African and Eastern countries on utilising the services of GAGAN on commercially.

Earlier commissioning the Air Traffic Signal Automation at the airport here, he said Tiruchirappalli was the first among the 38 A-Grade airports to get the facility. The work was in various stages in other 37 airports. "Very shortly, Madurai will be completed." The automation would facilitate automatic exchange of flight information between adjacent Air Traffic Control centres including Chennai and Thiruvananthapurm. District Collector Jayashree Muralidharan said a proposal on expansion of the airport here would be submitted to the state government in two weeks.

Source : http://ibnlive.in.com


Friends this is right time for us, i'm requesting every body to send mails to our CM, she will definitely listen to our words. Already lot of developmental activities in trichy region are taking place under her guidance.


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Proposal on expansion of the airport here would be submitted to the state government in two weeks - Collector Jayashree Muralidharan

Tiruchirappalli (TN), May 13 (PTI) GPS aided Geo Augmented Navigation system (GAGAN), a satellite-based facility aimed at enhancing safety and efficiency of aircraft operations, would be installed in all airports in the country by June 2013, a senior Airports Authority of India official said today.

The global positioning system-aided GAGAN, a joint venture between AAI and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), would imporove air traffic management through timely information on aircraft movement, integration of Met data and aeronautical information, V Somasundaram, Member, Air Navigation Services, said here. Once implemented, India would be the fourth country in the world to have a satellite-based navigation system after USA, Japan and European Consortium. "By virtue of this system, human intervention will be minimised or eliminated for navigational leading both at Air Traffic Control room and aircraft cockpit," he told reporters.

The system would enhance safety and efficiency of aircraft operations through better situational awareness and safety alerts/tools for the Air Traffic Controllers, he said. Under ISRO's guidance, AAI had installed ground reference stations in 15 strategic localtions across the country and all airports would be networked through them.

The national GAGAN Centre would be located in Bangalore. Apart from air navigation applications, GAGAN would also be be useful to other service providers like the Indian Railways, Survey of India, Geological Survey of India, and Archaeological Survey of India and others. The Navy and Indian Coast Guard could also use the facility, he said. As the swath area would be from South Africa to Australia, AAI was holding discussions with airline operators in Asian, African and Eastern countries on utilising the services of GAGAN on commercially.

Earlier commissioning the Air Traffic Signal Automation at the airport here, he said Tiruchirappalli was the first among the 38 A-Grade airports to get the facility. The work was in various stages in other 37 airports. "Very shortly, Madurai will be completed." The automation would facilitate automatic exchange of flight information between adjacent Air Traffic Control centres including Chennai and Thiruvananthapurm. District Collector Jayashree Muralidharan said a proposal on expansion of the airport here would be submitted to the state government in two weeks.

Source : http://ibnlive.in.com


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2012 9:37 am 
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Airports Authority of India: Commissioning of ATC automation system, T.Prabhakara Rao, Principal Secretary/Transport Commissioner, chief guest, V.Somasundaram, member (ANS), AAI, and S. Devaraj, Regional Executive Director, AAI, participate, airport, 11 a.m.

The Indra ATS Automation system was installed at Trichy in April, 2012 to help the Air Traffic Control increase safety and security at the airport

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Ephedrine worth Rs 1 crore seized, 3 arrested

TRICHY: Officials of the air intelligence unit attached to the customs department at the Trichy airport caught three persons, including a woman and her son, while attempting to fly to Singapore with 6.96 kg of Ephedrine drugs on Sunday.

D Veera Chinnammal (65), her son D Vasanthakumar (45) of Vadakku Malaipatti, Rajapalayam in Virudhunagar district and G Balasubramanian (32) of Srirangam, Trichy arrived at the airport terminal to depart for Singapore through a Tiger Airways flight at 10 pm. Acting on a tip-off, air intelligence unit officials surrounded them and scanned their consignments. Small bundles of the drug Ephedrine, weighing 6.96 kg and worth Rs 1 crore in the international market were found inside the bags. Sources said that further investigation with the trio had revealed that some persons had given them the parcels in the airport to hand over to someone in Singapore airport.

Customs officials took the trio into custody and they were produced in the judicial magistrate court I. The court remanded them to judicial custody and they were jailed in Trichy central prison. An official of AIU, Trichy said that there had been previous cases where the drugs were seized while being transported to Malaysia.

Ephedrine is used as a narcotic drug mixed with cocaine, beer and aerated drinks for intoxication. According to pharmacists, Ephedrine is a pain reliever used as an anaesthetic in surgeries. However, it should not be taken without doctors' advice as it could endanger life and cause damage to the liver.


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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 7:51 pm 
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New chairman for Airline Operators Committee

T.Mahendran, Station Manager, Air India, Tiruchi, has been nominated chairman of the Airline Operators Committee, Tiruchi.

J.David Jayaraj, station head, Air Asia, Tiruchi, will be the secretary and A.Sivakumar, station manager, Mihin Lanka, Tiruchi, will be the treasurer. The new office bearers would hold office for a period of two years, according to a press release.

The committee, comprising representatives from all airline operators and ground handlers operating from the Tiruchi airport, interacts regularly with the Airports Authority of India and other airport agencies for continuous development of infrastructure and amenities for the betterment of passengers and to enhance the facilities for customers.

The committee would take up with the authorities some of the pending issues such as the expansion of airport terminal, introduction of pre-paid taxi services, introduction of third aero bridge at the airport and Wi-fi services at the airport, the release added.

Nice to read this news about this committee. But my question is previous committee how effectively worked to bring our airport developments.


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New chairman for Airline Operators Committee

T.Mahendran, Station Manager, Air India, Tiruchi, has been nominated chairman of the Airline Operators Committee, Tiruchi.

J.David Jayaraj, station head, Air Asia, Tiruchi, will be the secretary and A.Sivakumar, station manager, Mihin Lanka, Tiruchi, will be the treasurer. The new office bearers would hold office for a period of two years, according to a press release.

The committee, comprising representatives from all airline operators and ground handlers operating from the Tiruchi airport, interacts regularly with the Airports Authority of India and other airport agencies for continuous development of infrastructure and amenities for the betterment of passengers and to enhance the facilities for customers.

The committee would take up with the authorities some of the pending issues such as the expansion of airport terminal, introduction of pre-paid taxi services, introduction of third aero bridge at the airport and Wi-fi services at the airport, the release added.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 5:23 pm 
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MR.Raja wrote:
Seeing karthick after a long time. :D



ya frd.... :) .


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 23, 2012 4:16 pm 
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Traffic report:

Passenger Movement:
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14026 domestic + 62069 international = 76095 total passengers
Growth:
Domestic: 142.6 % :)
International: 9.7 %
Overall: 22.0 %

Aircraft Movement:
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286 domestic + 524 international = 810 in total
Growth:
Domestic: 210.9 % :)
International: 7.4 %
Overall: 39.7% :)


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Seeing karthick after a long time. :D


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