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PostPosted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 7:19 am 
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Saarc looks to donors to build road, rail links

KATHMANDU, NOV 29 - The Saarc member states will be pitching for investments in ambitious rail, road and waterway projects proposed for the region by reaching out to the member states, Observers and other bilateral and multilateral donors.

A significant progress was made in the proposed Saarc Motor Vehicles and Railway Agreements during the 18th Saarc Summit that concluded in Kathmandu on Thursday, giving a much-needed impetus towards realising the projects aimed at connecting South Asia.

The Saarc countries have agreed to hold a meeting of their transport ministers within three months to finalise the agreements for approval. Soon after the nod, the Saarc Secretariat will initiate talks with the Observers and other financial partners for investment, said an official at the Secretariat.

Similarly, Kathmandu of Nepal, Dhaka of Bangladesh, Paro of Bhutan, and Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Trivandrum, Banglore, Trichy, Cochin and Hyderabad of India have been identified as major air destinations. Karachi and Lahore of Pakistan, Male of the Maldives, and Colombo of Sri Lanka have been proposed the regional aviation gateways.

Full news @ http://www.ekantipur.com/2014/11/29/hea ... ks/398288/


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 1:04 pm 
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TRICHY AIRPORT GOT 4th PLACE THIS TIME.

MANGALURU: Mangaluru International Airport (MIA) at Kenjar near here has every reason to cheer. In the latest customer satisfaction survey - round II (July to December) conducted by an external agency on behalf of the Airports Authority of India (AAI), MIA has improved its position from 14 in round I for first six months of this year (January to June) to eight in the latest survey, which is published on AAI website www.aai.aero.

MIA got 4.65 points out of a maximum of five to be ranked eight. Raipur with a score of 4.75 is ranked first on a five point scale in 53 airports to be ranked number one. Chandigarh (4.72), Coimbatore (4.72), Bhubaneswar (4.70), Trichy (4.70), Dehradun (4.68) are ranked second to sixth respectively. Incidentally, Udaipur and Mangaluru have identical survey scores of 4.65 each, but Udaipur pipped Mangaluru on higher facilities score.

Each airport is assessed on 33 parameters including ground transportation to and from airport, parking facilities, value for money of parking facilities, availability of baggage carts/trolleys, waiting time in check-in queue/line, efficiency of check-in staff, courtesy and helpfulness of check in-staff; waiting time at passport, courtesy and helpfulness of inspection and security staff, thoroughness of security staff, personal ID inspection among others.

MIA director J T Radhakrishna sharing this improvement in ranking with TOI said, "We have done relatively better in cleanliness including building maintenance. Utmost attention has been paid to upkeep of toilets." With courtesy of security and airline staff too playing a vital role in perking up the rankings, Radhakrishna said, "The CISF that mans airport security and staff of various airlines to have helped boost MIAs rankings."

Incidentally, this survey is intended for airports that handle less than 15 lakh passengers per annum. MIA during 2013-14 had handled 12.55 lakh passengers — domestic and international included. There is a separate survey carried out to assess customer satisfaction survey for private airports in the metros, Radhakrishna explained adding that such surveys helps keep every AAI airport on its toes to provide best possible service to people.


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As a cost cutting measure Air India planning to close city side offices in Trichy, chennai, madurai, coimbatore & they will operate only from airport premises.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2014 7:33 pm 
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Recent tender from trichy international airport.

Supply of Thief proof Rifle Racks to ASG Trichy airport.

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/niq_cisf_rifle_rack2014.pdf


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Today Air, Rail and Road Travelers Federation - ARARTF president & E,C members met Trichy Airport Director and discussed about development of Airport & passengers facilities.

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Recent tenders from trichy international airport,

Branded Readymade Garment Shop

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/BRANDEDgarm ... 111114.pdf

LICENSE FOR BRANDED SNACK BAR AT DEPARTURE CANOPY

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/brandedsnackbar_111114.pdf

LICENSE FOR EXECUTIVE LOUNGE AT DEPARTURE AREA

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/Executivelounge_111114.pdf

LICENSE FOR ALLOTMENT OF SPACE FOR INSTALLATION OF SITE TO CUSTOMIZE IN-BUILDING SOLUTION

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/IBS_111114.pdf

LICENSE FOR SNACK BAR

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/snackbar_ci ... 071114.pdf

LICENSE FOR ATM FACILITY AT CHECK-IN-AREA

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/ATM_checkinarea.pdf

License for Airport Canteen

http://www.aai.aero/tenders/airportcanteencityside.pdf


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Tiruchi airport to get dedicated OFC link with Chennai

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The efficiency of Tiruchi international airport’s air traffic services and surveillance system is to enhance with radar feeds poised to be obtained from the Chennai airport.

The airport authorities here have chalked out a plan to obtain real time data of aircraft movements through optic fibre cable link.

A technical team of Tiruchi airport has been holding negotiations with the Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited to provide a dedicated leased line. Tiruchi airport, which does not have a radar at present, would not be found wanting of this facility once the feeds with constant updates starts coming from Chennai.

Radar feeds would enable Tiruchi air traffic controllers to position the aircraft approaching Tiruchi directly on the Instrument Landing System (ILS). This would cut down landing time of flights arriving Tiruchi by 10 to 15 minutes thereby helping airlines in saving precious aviation turbine fuel and reduce carbon emission, say airport officials.

In the absence of radar facility, the Tiruchi airport is providing procedural air traffic control services involving time delay for aircraft.

The radar feeds would enable air traffic controllers to track aircraft flying past Tiruchi air space besides knowing its position, speed and height, say officials.

In addition to this, it would enhance air safety and surveillance.

The radar feeds would be an additional surveillance tool for the Tiruchi air traffic controllers in addition to the Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast system which is yet to be commissioned at the Tiruchi airport pending approval from the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation.

The feeds would improve search and rescue services.

Authorities are hopeful of obtaining early clearance from the Airports Authority of India. Flights to overseas destinations such as Colombo, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Dubai are operated from Tiruchi.

http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tir ... 582557.ece


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