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  • 3. ContentsSl. No. Title Page No. I Abbreviations 3-5 II Calendar of Events 7 III General Information 9-16 IV Rules and Regulations 17-22 V Static Aircraft Display 23 VI Customer Demonstration Flights 25-27 VII Flying Display 29 VIII ATC Procedures 31-32 IX Aerodrome Information 33-37 X Maps and Charts 41-52 XI Forms 53-74 3
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  • 5. Section I ABBREVIATIONSAAI Airport Authority of IndiaBEGUMPET Begumpet Airport HyderabadAGL Above Ground LevelAIP Aeronautical Information PublicationAIS Aeronautical Information ServiceALR Air Land RescueAlt AltitudeAMSL Above Mean Sea LevelASDA Accelerate Stop Distance AvailableASTE Aircraft and Systems Testing Establishment (Indian Air Force)ATC Air Traffic ControlCDF Customer Demonstration FlightC of A Certificate of AirworthinessC of M Certificate of MaintenanceC of R Certificate of RegistrationCIQ Customs, Immigration and QuarantineCm CentimeterDGCA Director General of Civil AviationDME Distance Measuring EquipmentETD Expected Time of epartureFAX FacsimileFCC Flying Control CommitteeFIR Flight Information Region 5
  • 6. FL Flight LevelFPL Flight PlanFt FeetHF High FrequenciesHIRL High Intensity Runway LightAIC Air IndiaICAO International Civil Aviation OrganisationIFR Instrument Flight RulesILS Instrument Landing SystemIMC Instrument Meteorological ConditionsIOC Indian Oil CorporationIST Indian Standard TimeJET A1 Aviation Turbine Fuel, also known as AVTURkg Kilogramkt KnotLCN Load Classification NumberLDA Landing Distance AvailableM Mach NumberM MeterMAS Madras/ChennaiMEA Ministry of External Affairs, Government of IndiaMet MeteorologicalMOCA Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of IndiaMSD Minimum Separation Distance 6
  • 7. MTOW Maximum Take Off WeightNDB Non Directional Radio BeaconNM Nautical MilesPOB Persons On BoardRCC Rescue and Coordination CentreRCF Radio Communication FailureRNFC Round Navigation Facility ChargesR/T Radio TelephonyRW RunwayRW 09/27 Two Runways at Begumpet Airport Hyderabad AirportSADA Static Aircraft Dislay AreaSARSSR Search And RescueSecondary Surveillance RadarTBD To Be DecidedTel TelephoneTlx TelexTORA Take Off Run AvailableTODA Take Off Distance AvailableVASI Visual Approach Slope Indicator SystemVFR Visual Flight RulesVHF Very High FrequencyVOR Very High Frequency Omni-directional Range Range (Beacon)VOHY Designator for Begumpet Airport HyderabadVOHS Designator for for R.G.I. Airport, Shamshabad, Hyderabad 7
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  • 9. Section II CALENDAR OF EVENTSThe India Aviation, 2012 is being organised by Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt. of India and Federation ofIndian Chambers of Commerce & Indistry. This manual is intended for the use of participants to effectivelyarrive and display their aircarft at the INDIA AVIATION 2012 to be conducted at Begumpet AirportHyderabad, from March 14-18, 2012.DISPLAY PROGRAMMEThe display programme of the India Aviation 2012 is complied to cater to the operational/business needsof the exhibitors and business visitors within the purview of Civil Aviation Policies in India. DATE & TIME DAY EVENTS March 11-13, 2012 Sunday - Tuesday Arrival of aircraft for flying/static display March 13, 2012, 1400 hrs Tuesday Mandatory general briefing to All Display Aircraft Pilots March 14, 2012, 0830 hrs Wednesday Briefing to All Display Aircraft Pilots March 14, 2012, 1100–1700 hrs Wednesday Exhibition Opens (Exclusive for Business Visitors) Aircraft Static/Flying Display Costomer Demonstration Flights (CDF)* March 15, 2012, 1000–1700 hrs Thursday Exhibition (Exclusive for Business Visitors) Aircraft Static/Flying Display Costomer Demonstration Flights (CDF)* March 16, 2012, 1000–1700 hrs Friday Exhibition (Exclusive for Business Visitors) Aircraft Static/Flying Display Costomer Demonstration Flights (CDF)* March 17, 2012, 1000–1700 hrs Saturday Exhibition Aircraft Static/Flying Display for Public March 18, 2012, 1000-1700 hrs Sunday Exhibition Aircraft Static/Flying Display for Public March 20, 2012, 1700 hrs Tuesday Departure of last Aircraft Note : 1. Change in the programme, if any, will be intimated to all concerned. 2. *Exact timings of CDF will be notified separately. 9
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  • 11. Section III GENERAL INFORMATIONPARA NO. CONTENTS PAGE NOS.3.1 Introduction3.2 Organisers’ Addresses3.3 Participation Costs3.4 Arrival of aircraft3.5 Landing / Parking Charges3.6 Aeronautical Authority3.7 Ground Handling Requirement / Services3.8 Refueling3.9 Flying Control and Air Crew Facilities3.10 Air Traffic Control Briefing3.11 Turnaround Facilities3.12 Telecom Services3.13 Security – Exhibitor/Crew Badges and Other Security Measures3.14 Access to Static Display Area3.15 Application / Order Forms 11
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  • 13. 3.1 IntroductionThis manual is intended for the use of participants to effectively arrive and display their aircraft at theINDIA AVIATION 2012 to be conducted at Begumpet Airport (VOHY), Hyderabad from March 14-18,2012.3.2 Organisers’ address Up to February 25, 2012 After February 25, 2012 FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry The Organisers site office at Begumpet Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Airport, Hyderabad will operate in Tel : 91 11 23487429 / 23766919 (D) addition to the main offices at Delhi & Fax : 91 11 2335 9734 (D) London, Contact details will be website : india-aviation.in promulgated closer to the show. e-mail : indiaaviation@ficci.com Farnborough International Limited Showcase Center, ETPS Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, U.K. Tel : +44 (0) 1252 532813 Fax : +44 (0) 1252 376015 e-mail : des.gregory@farnborough.com;3.3 Participation CostAircraft on display at INDIA AVIATION 2012 will be charged participation cost as follows: All up weight in Tonnes Amount in US $ Up to 1 Tonn 1,500 1.1 to 3 Tonn 3,000 3.1 to 10 Tonn 4,000 10.1 to 25 Tonn 6,000 25.1 to 40 Tonn 8,000 40.1 to 60 Tonn 10,000 Above 60 Tonn 10,500All exhibitors would make the payment for participation to the Organisers only. 13
  • 14. 3.4 Arrival of AircraftExhibitors who have applied to the organizers for Display only are required to present their aircraft atBegumpet Airport between 0900 hours on 11th March 2012 and 1200 hrs on 13th March 2012.Notes: Aircraft arriving before 0900 hrs on 11th March 2012 is subject to normal landing charges andparking fee as per Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) India.In order to facilitate the entry and exit of aircraft engaged in CDF or Flying Display, the positioning ofaircraft in the SADA will be at the discretion of ATC. Exhibitors must indicate on Form 1-, whether theiraircraft is on Static Display only or is also being utilized for CDF, and submit these forms to the Organisersby February 20, 2012.All international aircrafts must file their flight plan through their Flight Clearing Agency to “DirectorGeneral of Civil Aviation’, Aurobindo Marg, Opp.Safdarjung Airport, New Delhi – 110 003, India,seven days before the Estimated Time of Departure. Details required if any are available atwww.dgca.nic.in.3.5 Landing / Parking ChargesLanding charge is US$100 per aircraft for the first landing. 50% landing charges will be levied for aircraftbeing assembled at the Exhibition site. All International exhibitors would make the payment to the Organisers.(a) Participating Aircraft (i) Landing Charges will be levied for only the first landing at Hyderabad. (ii) Aircraft participating in INDIA AVIATION 2012 would not be charged for parking for the duration of the Exhibition. Parking charges for the stay beyond the duration of Exhibition will be levied as per tariff applicable at the Begumpet Airport. Payments for this should be made to the Air Traffic Control (ATC). (iii) Charges for the Ground Handling Services availed must be paid to the official Ground Handling Agent.(b) Route Navigation Facilities Charges (RNFC) All supporting and those aircrafts parked at the airport and NOT participating in Static/Flying Display/ CDF will have to pay landing and parking charges as per Begumpet Airport Tariff.3.6 Aeronautical Authority (a) The authority responsible for civil aviation in India is the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) under the Ministry of Civil Aviation. 14
  • 15. (b) Address: Office of the DGCA Technical Centre (Opp. Safdarjung Airport), New Delhi – 110 003 (c) Commercial Telegraphic Address AIRCIVIL, NEW DELHI, INDIA Tel:+91 1124620784, Fax: +91 11 24629221, Telex: (031) 74127, 74147. (d) Exhibitors may note that all decisions made with regard to Customer Demonstration Flights, strict compliance by exhibitors is required (e) Any damage to the airport and / or airport facilities will be charged to the operator concerned.3.7 Ground Handling Requirements / Services (a) Air India SATS have been appointed as the Official Ground Handling Agency for INDIA AVIATION 2012. Contact Person: (b) All operators are required to carry ‘tow-bars’ suitable to tow their aircraft. (c) The ground services that will be available with the Official Ground Handling Agency are listed in Form 1. The Ground Service Unit would be located in Terminal 1. The exhibitors must fill up Form 1 and send to the addressees as mentioned in the form at the earliest, but not later than 20 February 2012. (d) The handling of cargo associated with display of aircraft on ground and in the air during INDIA AVIATION 2012 would be undertaken by the Official ground Handling Agency, including initial offloading and final loading of cargo / luggage at Begumpet, Hyderabad. Custom formalities would be carried out by the Official Freight Forwarding Agency. M/S R E Rogers India Pvt Ltd, 1, Commercial Complex, Pocket H&J, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi – 110044 India Tel: 91 11 26949801 / 9802 / 5898 / 5899 e-mail: surjeet@rogersworldwideindia.com Contact person: Mr.Surjeet Singh (e) All payments related to ground handling services for aircraft would be made by the exhibitors directly to the Official Ground Handling Agency and other agencies, whose services have been hired by the exhibitors. 15
  • 16. 3.8 Refuelling (a) Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) will be the Official Fuel Supplier. These services will be coordinated by the Official Ground Handling Agency. Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Begumpet Airport Hyderabad -500 016 Tel : 91-40-27900711 / 27904644 Fax : 91-40-27902276 Mob No. : 91-9490958168 / 9490958187 E-mail : gdayanandam@indianoil.co.in; ravikumarm@indianoil.co.in Contact Person : Mr. G. Dayanandam Mr. M. Ravi Kumar (b) Posted Airfield Prices Quote Prices Type of fuel Airfield Rupees /USD/ KL ATF Begumpet Airport Hyderabad As per rates applicable at the time of show ATF (Jet A-1) Hyderabad - do - AVGAS Hyderabad - do -3.9 Flying Control and Air Crew FacilitiesAeronautical information will be available at ATC and flight crew will have access to Aeronautical InformationPublication (AIP). Crews may contact the Flight Display Director for necessary co-ordination with theATC. All forms are required to be filled up before flights, e.g. flight notification form, Flight Plan (FPL), etc.will be available here. The office of the Official Ground Handling Agency will be located at the GroundFloor of Terminal 1 near Aero Bridge No.4.3.10 Air Traffic Control – BriefingThe pilots should attend the mandatory briefing scheduled to be conducted at 1600 hrs on 13th March2012 at the aircrew briefing room,3.11 Turnaround Facilities (a) Participants requiring turnaround facilities may send their requirements to the Ground Handling Agency with a copy to the organizers for information and follow up, while submitting the Form 1 in advance before 25th February 2012. 16
  • 17. (b) Arrangements for the supply of other consumables, such as special oils, lubricants etc. can also be made, provided the exhibitors specify types and quantities within the deadline stipulated herein.3.12 Telephones / FaxTelephone and other communication facilities will be available on demand. For details please refer to theExhibitor Manual. Your requirements may be submitted through Form No. 11 of Exhibitors Manual.3.13 Security – Exhibitor / Crew Badges and other Security Measures (a) Each and every person entering the venue and Static Display area, in particular, will be issued with badges by the organizers for security reasons. Details of such persons may be furnished in Form No. 2 & 3 along with 2 copies of passport size photographs, with name and company written on the reverse. Soft copies of the same may also be forwarded as mentioned on top of these Forms. (b) Exhibitors with aircraft display shall be issued five badges each for aircrew & ground crew beside ten badges for their visitors. Additional badges will be issues on prorata basis at a cost of Rs.2000/USD.60/- each. (c) While general security measures will be taken by the Organisers, exhibitors are advised to have a minimum of two of their own staff members at Static Aircraft Display Area at all times during the Exhibition hours. (d) For CDF, exhibitors must ensure stringent security measures during the boarding of passengers. The possibility of tow-aways, hijackers or terrorists embarking on the aircraft must always be borne in mind. It is the responsibility of the exhibitor that personnel on board are fully verified as bonafide potential customers or special invited guests who are known to the exhibitor. (e) A list of all persons on board of the demonstration flight must be given to the ATC before boarding is permitted.3.14 The persons holding any of the following badges only will be permitted to enter the Static Display Area and given access to the aircraft: a) Organisers b) Exhibitors/Chalet Exhibitors holding Static Display Area badges with the name of the company printed on it c) Visitors holding Static Display Area badges escorted by Exhibitor/Chalet Exhibitor only d) Visitors holding VVIP/VIP badges 17
  • 18. e) Static Display Area Official Agencies f) Static Display Area Officials g) Static Display Area Service Providers h) Aircrew i) Ground crew j) Cabin crew k) Media personnel escorted by organisers/exhibitors/chalet exhibitors ONLY.BADGES RELATED TO STATIC DISPLAY AREA a) Organiser: Officials from Ministry of Civil Aviation and FICCI are issued with this badge. b) Static Display Area: This is temporary access permission to exhibitors, chalet exhibitors and visitors. These badges with the name of the aircraft displaying company printed on it will be issued to the company during registration. The quantity required should be intimated to the organisers before 20th February 2012. The badge is issued without name & photograph and hence, can be re-cycled for each group of visitors. Entry will be permitted to ‘visitors/business visitors’ ONLY if escorted by Exhibitor/Chalet Exhibitor. c) Static Display Area Official Agencies: These badges will be issued to staff of official Ground Handling Agency and Refuelling agency of the show. The badge will carry name and photograph of the holder. d) Static Display Area Officials: Officials on duty from Air Traffic Control and related departments, Airport Authority of India, Begumpet Airport, Immigration and Customs and/or any official/ personnel whose services are found to be essential. Two essential persons from the exhibiting company will be issued with this badge for frequent entry/exit to the area. Issuance of such badges above this limit will be subject to cost as applicable to exhibitor badges. e) Static Display Area Service Providers: These badges are issued to agencies/contractors other than Official Agencies/Service Providers for cabin cleaning, toilet cleaning, sweeping and barricading etc. Exhibitors and Chalet Exhibitors may assign their own agencies for Ground Handling and Clearance. The badges issued to such agencies will be on payment at cost as applicable to service providers. f) Aircrew: Aircrew badges will be issued to pilots and co-pilots only. The name and photograph of aircrew will be printed on the badges. Accessibility is open to all areas. g) Ground Crew: Ground Crew badges are issued to the engineers, technicians and maintenance support staff for the aircraft for the show only. h) Cabin Crew: The personnel engaged in hospitality, entertainment etc inside the aircraft will be issued with these badges. Eg: Air Hostess/Host, interpreter, caterers other than official catering agency etc. These services do not come under essential services and hence the badges are issued on payment ONLY. The cost will be as applicable to exhibitor badges. 18
  • 19. Section IV RULES AND REGULATIONSPARA NO. CONTENTS PAGE NOS.4.1 Organizers4.2 Exhibitors4.3 Validity of the Contract4.4 Payments4.5 Cancellations4.6 Clearance / Refunds4.7 Suitability of Aircraft4.8 Radio Equipment4.9 Supply of Two-bar4.10 Customs and Immigration4.11 Responsibilities4.12 Insurance4.13 Restrictions on Aerial Photography4.14 Tarmac Damage4.15 No Smoking Area4.16 Fire Precaution4.17 Presence of Aircraft Throughout Exhibition Period4.18 Departure of Aircraft 19
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  • 21. 4.1 OrganisersINDIA AVIATION 2012 is being organized by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India, inassociation with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) and FarnboroughInternational Limited is the overseas associate.4.2 Exhibitors (a) License to participate in the Exhibition is specific to the exhibitor and is non-transferable. No licensing or sub-licensing may be granted by the exhibitor to any other party. (b) Exhibits will be limited to materials, products, or services related to the Exhibition. Organizers reserve the right to determine the eligibility of any aircraft for display. (c) Manufacturers or their authorized office in India only are permitted to be the exhibitors.4.3 Validity of the ContractContract as set out in the Exhibitor Manual and Flying Manual will be valid only after payment of fullcontract price and the same is valid up to the closure of India Aviation 2012. The exhibitor shall have arevocable permission to participate in the Exhibition. This agreement is not and shall not be deemed to bea lease or an agreement for lease.4.4 Payments (a) Applications for booking of space, chalet and aircraft must be submitted on the forms supplied by the Organisers. (b) All payments are to be inclusive of bank charges and other service charges. For foreign participants, payments, shall be accepted in US$ only. Payments to be made in favour of Account No.- 0359050012256 (Account Name: FICCI); Bank Name & Address - United Bank of India, Tansen Marg, New Delhi, India; Swift Code- SWIFT-UTPIINBBTNM. Through Standard Chartered Bank, New York, A/c No. 3582021835001, SWIFT Code - SCBLUS33 (c) Payments for additional services referred to in this Manual must be made to the Agencies mentioned as per stated conditions.Note: These details have already been publicized in the Brochure, Exhibitor Manual and the official website www.india-aviation.in 21
  • 22. 4.5 CancellationsExcept as otherwise provided in the rules, no refund will be made in the event of exhibitor deciding not toparticipate in the Exhibition.4.6 Clearance / RefundsBalance amount of security deposits, wherever applicable, shall be refunded to the exhibitors after adjustingcharges, if any, for services used at site, at the time of according clearance on conclusion of the Exhibition.Refunds shall be made through the Organiser’s Bank.All exhibitors shall clear their payments before departure from Begumpet Airport. Exit pass will be issuedby the organizer based on which aircraft will be permitted to leave Begumpet Airport.4.7 Suitability of AircraftExhibitors shall ensure that their aircraft types are suitable for safe operation at Hyderabad. Aircraft notregistered or certified for airworthiness by the State of registry shall not be permitted for flying display. Thecertificate of airworthiness of an aircraft shall be produced in original to the FCC at their office at BegumpetAirport prior to commencement of the first sortie of the aircraft concerned.4.8 Radio EquipmentParticipants shall note that display aircraft should have only such electronic / telecom equipment fitted inthe aircraft, which is essential for Flying Display and is capable of two ways communication with ATCunits on appropriate Very High Frequencies (VHF) indicated in Section IX. No other type of equipment ispermitted from security point of view. List of electronic / telecom equipment on board should be providedto the Organisers. A backup radio set is strongly recommended.Note: It may be noted that High Frequencies (HF) band radio is used mainly for long-range communicationand cannot be used for display flying operations. Any aircraft not capable of two way VHF communicationwith ATC shall not be permitted to take part in the display / demonstration flying.For Microlight / Ultralight aircraft without VHF communication facility, separate Flying Display slots will beprovided.4.9 Supply of Tow-barDue to multiplicity of design, shape and size of aircraft, exhibitors should bring their own tow-bars,which are to be handed over to the Official Ground Handling Agency on arrival at Begumpet Airport.4.10 Customs and ImmigrationOn Arrival:- 22
  • 23. Aircraft landing directly at Begumpet Airport from abroad or from an airport within India without takingcustoms / immigration / health clearance will need clearance from such authorities at Hyderabad. Customsclearance and immigration facilities will be available at Begumpet Hyderabad and will be coordinated bythe Ground Handling Agency.On Departure:-Exhibitors’ aircrafts have to vacate the Exhibition site latest by 1700 hours on 19th March, 2012. Aircraftremaining after that time & date will be liable for normal parking charges levied by ATC. Internationaldepartures must comply with normal out bound procedures such as customs / immigration / healthclearances.Customs Regulations in India stipulate that:a) Participating aircrafts that arrived from outside Indian airspace must exit the Indian Territory within 48 hours after closure of the exhibition i.e. on or before 1700 hrs on 20th March 2012.b) The participating aircrafts with foreign registration (N registered) should send the copy of EGM certificate issued by the Customs Authorities at the last Indian airport before departing for their overseas destination airfield.The exhibitors may contact the Organisers and the Official Ground Handling Agency for assistance andadvice regarding final departure procedures. No aircraft will be permitted to leave Begumpet Airport withoutclearance from FICCI, who will issue an appropriate ‘No Dues’ certificate. This is to be presented to theATC at the departure base while requesting for departure clearance.4.11 Responsibilities(a) MOCA (Ministry of Civil Aviation), DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation), AAI(Airport Authority of India), FICCI The Government of India, MOCA, DGCA, AAI, FICCI & Farnborough and the employees or agents of any / all of them will not be liable to any exhibitor, its servants or agents or other persons in respect of any loss, damage or injury direct or indirect and howsoever caused, arising out of or in any way connected with the participation or proposed participation of any exhibitor or its aircraft in Static / Flying Display, CDF or in any other aspect of the Exhibition.(b) MOCA, DGCA, AAI, FICCI Each exhibitor shall indemnify the Government of India, MOCA, DGCA, AAI, FICCI & Farnborough and the employees or agents of any / all of them, against all claims of whatsoever nature, which may be made against any of them arising out of or in any way connected with all exhibitors’ participation in the Exhibition or ownership in any way connected with all exhibitors’ participation in the Exhibition or ownership or control or use of any aircraft, including without limitation, any claims made against the Government of India, MOCA, DGCA, AAI, FICCI & Farnborough or any Government or regulatory agency, department, statutory board or body, arising out of or in anyway connected with the use of Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad by the exhibitor’s aircraft or the participation or proposed participation 23
  • 24. of the exhibitor or its aircraft in the static aircraft display, Flying Display, CDF or any other aspect of the Exhibition.(c) Each exhibitor shall be liable to the Government of India, MOCA, DGCA and AAI and FICCI to ensure that in the case of a civil aircraft, the aircraft is fully airworthy, to International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) standards at all times during the period of Exhibition. A valid Certificate of Registration (C of R) and Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A) issued by the appropriate authority of the country for registration of the aircraft which is acceptable to DGCA and MOCA and such C of R and C of A cover all such aerial activities to be carried out during the exhibition.(d) Each exhibitor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Government of India, MOCA, DGCA, FICCI & Farnborough and AAI for any claim or express arising out of the non-airworthiness of the aircraft participating in the Exhibition.(e) The Cost of damage to any person or property on SADA shall be borne by the defaulting party.4.12 InsuranceThe exhibitor should take third party liability insurance policy, which is also effective in India, in connectionwith the participation of its aircraft in the static/Flying Display, CDF or any other aspect of the Exhibitionfor a minimum amount of Rs. 100 million per accident or its equivalent in US$.4.13 Restrictions on Aerial PhotographyAerial photography over Indian airspace is strictly prohibited by Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India.Any aircraft equipped with on-board cameras must have these cameras disabled before arriving in India,and whilst in India.4.14 Tarmac DamageAll exhibitors or aircraft are advised to place drip trays in position at all times. Exhibitors will be charged forany damage caused to the tarmac due to oil / fuel leakage from the aircraft as determined by MOCA, orAAI.4.15 No Smoking Area SADA is strictly ‘No Smoking’ area.4.16 Fire PrecautionAirport fire services are available near the site of the Exhibition “round the clock”.4.17 Presence of Aircraft throughout ExhibitionIt is a condition of acceptance for participation in the Exhibition, that exhibitors must agree to their aircraftremaining in the SADA or any other area allotted to them throughout the period of the Exhibition. Prematureremoval will not be permitted unless under exceptional circumstances. As a part of the departure process,all pilots are required to complete a departure form in the ATC which is required to be endorsed by theOrganisers.4.18 Departure of Aircraft:Exhibitors’ aircraft have to vacate the exhibition site latest by 1700 hrs on 20th March 2012. Aircraftremaining after this date will be liable for normal parking charges levied by ATC. International departuresmust comply with out bound procedures such as custom/immigration/health clearances. 24
  • 25. Section V STATIC AIRCRAFT DISPLAY PARA NO. CONTENTS PAGE NOS. 5.1 Static Aircraft Display Area (SADA) 23 5.2 Statutory Requirments 23 5.3 Fire services 235.1 Static Aircraft Display Area (SADA) (a) The SADA is located at the apron of Begumpet Airport. Aircraft will be available for viewing by visitors in the SADA. However, aircraft may be removed to take part in the Flying Display or Customer Demonstration Flights. Under no circumstances are exhibitors allowed to park vehicles, caravans, and mobile stands, construct temporary buildings in the SADA, or place packing material in this area. (b) All movements in and out of the SADA will be carried out by the Official Ground Handling Agency, who must be notified in advance, the arrival of the aircraft and also the intended time to move out. (c) The SADA lies in the security area of BEGUMPET AIRPORT, Hyderabad. Unauthorized personnel are not permitted within this security area, which is guarded by security personal. (d) Exhibitors are advised to read Para 3.12 relating to the subject of security in the SADA. (e) The SADA is strictly “No Smoking” area and no refueling is permitted on the site.5.2 Statutory Requirments (a) Exhibitors must comply with all statutory requirements and regulations applicable to their presentation of aircraft. (b) No equipment transmitting powerful electromagnetic signals or lasers shall be operated during the flight or the static display. (c) On board cameras, if fitted, must be immobilized during all flights in India, including the Flying Display and practice flights.5.3 Fire services (a) Airport fire services are available near the site of the Exhibition “round the clock”. 25
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  • 27. Section VI CUSTOMER DEMONSTRATION FLIGHTS PARA NO. CONTENTS PAGE NOS. 6.1 Customer Demonstration Flights (CDF) 25-26 6.2 Regulations Governing Customer Demonstration Flights 276.1 Customer Demonstration Flights (CDF) (a) Customer Demonstration Flights (CDF) for the purpose of demonstrating the aircraft to potentioal customers, press, publicity and other purposes will be possible on each of the business visitor’s day (14-17, March 2012) but not on public days. (b) CDF will be permitted within aeordrome circuit and three sectors defined below. (c) Use of smoke trails is permitted during the flying displays. (d) Participants intending to carry out demonstration flights must obtain the approval of ATC and notify the Air Traffic Services (ATS) Reporting Office at least three hours in advance. This is to facilitate the ATC to obtain Air Defence Clearance for flying in specified sectors. The ATS will, in turn, advise the crews the procedure to be followed.Local Flying Areas:Caution: Local flying by IAF Aircraft will be in progress within the restricted airspace of VOR186. (North of Begumpet Aerodrome)1. AERODROME CIRCUIT (Runway 27/09) - Permitted only south of aerodrome. 1. Circuit altitude – 3600 feet 2. Circuit Pattern – Aircraft will follow Right hand pattern for Runway 09 and Left hand pattern for Runway 27 3. Lateral Limits – 04 NM centred around “HHY” VOR2. VARIOUS SECTORS AROUND BEGUMPET AIRPORT SECTOR 1. A local flying area for use by Flying Club aircrafts for general flying not involving circuits and landing is defined beyond 15 NM West of HHY, and is bounded by coordinates · A –1731N 07805E, · B -1725.36N 07804.56E, · C 1730.37N 07811.24E, · D 1725.45N 07811.01E, · A 1731N 07805E · A 1731N 07805E · Max vertical limit is 3600’ 27
  • 28. SECTOR 2. A local flying area for use by medium size aircraft for general flying not involving circuits and landing is defined beyond 15 NM and within 30 NM West of “HHY”, within radials R283 and R251 and is bounded by coordinates · A – 172146N 0781307E · B – 173100N 0781307E · C – 173427N 0775722E · D – 172538N 0775725E · A - 172146N 0781307 · Vertical limits – 4600’ to FL 070 SECTOR 3. A local flying area for use by medium to heavy size aircraft for general flying not involving circuits and landing is defined beyond 25 NM and within 50 NM South West of “HHY” ,and is bounded by coordinates · A – 162709N 0775915E · B – 165625N 0780511E · C - 170650N 0773544E · D – 163733N 0773000E · A – 162709N 0775915E · Vertical limits – FL 95 TO FL 150General- 1) The ATC will provide all necessary information regarding flight planning, briefing, local flying and general ATC procedures. 2) Operators intending to carryout circuit and landing at Begumpet airport shall intimate their program to Begumpet ATC (Tower) two hours in advance and obtain approval. 3) Operators intending to carryout local flying in the notified local flying area (SECTORS) shall intimate their program to Begumpet ATC (Tower) three hours in advance and obtain approval. 4) All the participants must mention the minimum visibility and cloud base criterion to ATC for carrying out both fair and bad weather Flying Displays. 5) Based on type of aircraft and altitude, local flying will be permitted in different sectors. Aircraft carryingt out sector flying will be required to contact RADAR unit as per tower instructions and remain within sector boundaries. 6) Number of aircraft participating in sector /circuit flying shall be subject to ATC’s discretion. 7) Local /circuit flying will be terminated, in case ATC is NOT satisfied with the flying performance of the aircraft or for any other reasons involving safety of aircraft or its occupant. 8) General R/T terminology to be used as per “ATC Procedures” contained in Doc.444 as far as possbile. 9) Specific instructions may be given to the aircrew on daily basis. 28
  • 29. 6.2 Regulations Governing Customer Demonstration Flights (i) CDF may be conducted in the designated sectors bounded by radials centered on the Hyderabad VOR (please refer Section IX). The aircraft not equipped with VOR receiver would maintain within the sector radials centered around the Hyderabad NDB. Both Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) and Visual Flight Rules (VFR) flights for civil as well as military aircraft would be conducted only in the four sectors designated for INDIA AVIATION 2012. It is the responsibility of the pilots of these aircraft to familiarize themselves with the boundaries of these sectors.. (ii) Exhibitors intending to carry out CDF are required to submit their FPL to the Flying Control Office on the evening prior to their demonstration flights. CDF will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis. Submission of multiple flight plans for CDF will be acceptable. (iii) Flight crews are to familiarize themselves and comply with the rules and regulations applicable for flying within Indian Air Space particularly within Hyderabad TMA considering defence airports/areas around. 29
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  • 31. Section VII FLYING DISPLAYSPARA NO. CONTENTS PAGE NOS. 7.1 Statutory Requirements 7.2 Other mandatory Requirements 7.3 Restriction on Persons on Board7.1 Statutory Requirements for the Presentation of Aircraft (a) Exhibitors must comply with all Indian statutory requirements and regulations applicable to their presentation of aircraft. (b) Exhibitors must comply with all safety practices during flying display to prevent any injury or damage to any person or property.7.2 Other Mandatory Requirements (a) No equipment transmitting powerful electromagnetic signals or lasers shall be operated during the flight or the static display. (b) On board cameras, if fitted, must be immobilized during all flights in India, including the Flying Display and practice flights. (c) The use of smoke trails is permitted during the Flying Displays.7.3 Other Mandatory Requirements (a) Only those personnel performing essential functions of crew members of an aircraft are to board an aircraft during flying displays, including practice and validation. (b) No passengers are to be carried during flying display and practice sessions. 31
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  • 33. Section VIII ATC PROCEDURESPara No. Contents Page Nos. 8.1 Objective 31 8.2 Air Traffic Control 31 8.3 Parking Facilities 31 8.4 Display Operations 32 8.5 Ground Handling Agency 32 8.6 Diversion 32 8.7 Time Standards 328.1 Objective To provide all relevant information to operators to enable them to plan and display their aircraft / products effectively and safely at BEGUMPET AIRPORT.8.2 Air Traffic Control a) All flying shall be restricted to VMC only and subject to traffic conditions. b) Transponder equipped aircraft shall use code as allotted by ATC. c) While operating within the local flying area aircraft shall give “OPERATIONS NORMAL” report on the appropriate notified frequency at an interval of every TEN minutes. d) During the local flying/circuit flying aircraft shall maintain listening watch on the appropriate notified frequency.8.3 Parking Facilities Parking facility will be provided at the Aircraft Display Area (APRON) for those participating in Static/ Flying Display. Parking of supporting aircraft and other non-scheduled flights will not be permitted during the exhibition period. 33
  • 34. 8.4 Display Operations All activities connected with the Display/CDF will be controlled and coordinated by the Display Director and ATC.8.5 Officia Ground Handling Agency In coordination with surface movement control unit / Aerodrome Control, this agency would arrange for the ground movement / refueling of aircraft. Any technical assistance as requested by crew / operator will be provided by this unit.8.6 Diversion (a) The diversion airfield is Shamsabad International Airport (VOHS) 12 NM south of Begumpet Airport (VOHY) of which details are given in Aerodrome Information seciton.8.7 Time Standard All operations will be in Indian Standard Time (IST) (UTC + 5½ hours) 34
  • 35. Section IX AERODROME INFORMATION Para No. Contents Page Nos. 9.1 Begumpet Airport 9.2 Shamshabad Airport9.1 Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad (VOHY)General Information1. Name & Address: General Manager (Coordination Incharge) Airport Authority of India Begumpet Airport, Hyderabad - 500 016 Tel: Off: 91-040-27903785 Res: 91-040-27903786 Fax: 91-040-27906001 Mob: 919866072604 E-mail: apdhyd_aai@yahoo.co.in2. Air Traffic Services: CAUTION–Local flying by IAF aircraft will be in progress within the restrictedairspace of VOR186. a) Control Tower: Frequency - 122.25 MHz b) Aerodrome Circuit (Runway 27/09) 1. Circuit altitude – 3600 feet 2. Circuit Pattern – Aircraft will follow Right hand pattern for Runway 09 and Left hand pattern for Runway 27 3. Lateral Limits – 04 NM centred around “HHY” VOR c) Airport Location Indicator – VOHY d) ICAO designator of VOR - HHY e) VOR CO-ORDINATE – N 170 27’ 16”.00N 0780 27’ 27”.00E f) VOR (HHY) Check Point; Taxi holding position “A” (R098deg/0.8NM) g) Aerodrome beacon: 15 white and green flashes per minute 35
  • 36. CIRCUIT FLYING (Runway 27/09)– 1. Circuit altitude – 3600 feet 2. Circuit Pattern – Aircraft will follow Right hand pattern for Runway 09 and Left hand pattern for Runway 27 3. Lateral Limits – 04 NM centred around “HHY” VORLOCAL FLYING AREA – SECTOR 1 A local flying area for use by Flying Club aircrafts for general flying not involving circuits and landing is defined beyond 15 NM West of HHY, and is bounded by coordinates · A –1731N 07805E, · B -1725.36N 07804.56E, · C 1730.37N 07811.24E, · D 1725.45N 07811.01E, · A 1731N 07805E · Max vertical limit is 3600’ SECTOR 2 A local flying area for use by medium size aircraft for general flying not involving circuits and landing is defined beyond 15 NM and within 30 NM West of “HHY”, within radials R283 and R251 and is bounded by coordinates • A – 172146N 0781307E • B – 173100N 0781307E • C – 173427N 0775722E • D – 172538N 0775725E • A - 172146N 0781307 • Vertical limits – 4600’ to FL 100SECTOR 3 A local flying area for use by medium to heavy size aircraft for general flying not involving circuits and landing is defined beyond 25 NM and within 50 NM South West of “HHY” ,and is bounded by coordinates • A – 162709N 0775915E • B – 165625N 0780511E • C - 170650N 0773544E • D – 163733N 0773000E • A – 162709N 0775915E • Vertical limits – FL 65 TO FL 150 36
  • 37. RESTRICTIONS OF CONTROL ZONES : HYDERABAD AND BIDARAerodrome Hours/ UTC Controlled Airspace Lateral Limits Upper Limits Language RemarksHyderabad H24 CTR bounded by coordinates 175543.6N(HIAL) 0775535.4E then along anticlockwise arc of FL100 EN Airspace 60NM centered at ‘HIA’ VOR 171340.1 N classified 0782420.9E to 175003.6N 07747755.5E to as Class 174303.7N 0775355.5E then along the ‘D’ anticlockwise arc of 25NM radius with centered at 175503.6N 0772955.6E to 172838.7N 0773410.6E then along anticlockwise arc of 50NM centered at ‘HIA’ VOR 171340.1N 0782420.9E to 17 5543.6N 0775535.4E CTR bounded by 174303.7N 0775355.5E then along the anticlockwise arc of 25NM radius centered at 175503.6N 772955.6E to 175543.6N 0775535.4E then along FL90 EN ATC BIDAR HO anticlockwise arc of 50NM centered at ‘HIA’ Bidar 123. MHz VOR 171340.1N 0782420.9E to 175003.6N 0774755.5E to 174303.7N 0775355.5E AERODROME LOCATIONM INDICATOR AND NAMEBEGUMPET AIRPORT 1. ARP Coordinates 171426N 07825441E North PTB 2. Elecation/Reference temperature ARP elevation 603M (1978ft) abd aerodrine elevation 617M (2024ft) 39 defrees) 3. MAG VAR annual change 01 deg 15 min West 2 deg East 4. Type traffic permitted IFR/VFRRescue and Fire Fighting 1. AD category for firefighting Cat 10 2. Rescue operations Available as per category 3. VOR/INS check points At runway holding positions on A1, A2, A3, A8 and A9Aerodrome Obstacles, approach/take off areas 37
  • 38. (RWY/Area affected Elevation Coordinates ATC tower 678M 171406.009N, 0782518.006EMeteorological Information Associatioted Met Office IMD, Hyderabad Types of forecast H24, Half hourly Flight documentation Tabular, Chart in English Charts and other information available Upper wind: FL050, 100, 140, 180, 240, 300, 340, 390, 450 (U85, U70, U60, U50, U40, U30, U25, U20, U15, U10) SW up to FL630Runway Physical Characteristics RWY TRUE Dimension Strenght (PCN) and surface of THR Coordinates THR elecation & MAG, SWY and highest BRG elevation of TDZ of precision APP RWY 09 090 deg 4260X60M 77/F/B/W/T, 88/R/B/W/T Concrete 171342N, THR:600M position of the beginning of runway 0782445E TDZ:602M 27 270 deg 4260X60M 77/F/B/W/T, 88/R/B/W/T Concrete 171342N, THR:617M position of the beginning of runway 0782717E TDZ:617M Slope of RWY-SWY SWY CWY Strip dimension OFZ Remarks 0.029 deg (min), 0.95 deg 4380X300M Existing (max) from RWY 09 towards RWY 27 transverse 1.50 deg throughout 38
  • 39. Declared Distances RWYDesignation TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks 09 4260 4260 4260 4260 RESA 150X285M 27 4260 4260 4260 4260 RESA 150X285MATS Airspace Designation and lateral CTR bounded by coordinates 175543.6N 0775535.4E then along anticlockwise arc limits of 60NM centered at ‘HIA’ VOR 171340.1N 0782420.9E to 175003.6N 07747755.5E to 174303.7N 0775355.5E then along the anticlockwise arc of 25NM radius with centered at175503.6N 0772955.6E to 172838.7N 0773410.6E then along anticlockwise arc of 50NM centered at ‘HIA’ VOR 171340.1N 0782420.9E to 175543.6N 0775535.4E Vertical limits SFC to FL 100 Airspace classification D ATS unit Callsign Hyderabad Tower Transition altitude 7000FT AMSL Remarks NilATS Communication Facilities Service Designator Call Sign Frequency MHz Hrs of operation Remarks SMC 121.850 H24 5 NM Coverage Clearance Delivery 121.625 H24 5 NM Coverage Tower 128.450 H24 25 NM Coverage Approach 120.250125.550 H24 75 NM Coverage ATS 126.475 H24 75 NM Coverage Area control 128.350 H24 200 NM Coverage Emergency 121.5 H24 50 NM CoverageRadio Navigation and Landing aids Type of aid Frequency Hrs of Antenna Elevation of Remarks MHz operation coordinate DME txn antenna DVOR 113.8 H24 171340N 600M 50NM coverage 0782420.9E DME HIA 117.2/110.9 H24 171340N 605M 50NM coverage 0782420.9E 39
  • 40. ILSLLZ 09 IHBD 108.5 H24 171345.3N 617M 25NM 0782725.2E coverage ILSGP 09 320.9 H24 171339.1N 614M 10NM coverage ILSDME09 983/1046 H24 171339.1N 614M 25NM 0782455.6E coverage ILSLLZ 27 ISAM 110.9 H24 171342.7N 604M 25NM 0782431.3E coverage ILSGP 27 330.8 H24 171340.8N 630M 10NM 0782700.5E coverage ILSDME 27 HIA 100.7/107.0 H24 171340.8N 630M 25NM 0782700.5E coverage PSR 277.7 H24 171451.3N 60NM coverage 0782628.1E MSSR 103.0/109.0 H24 171451.3N 638M 200NM 0782628.1E coverage SMR 937.5 H24 171331.19N 615.669M 0782605.79E 60NM coverageSize of North East Apron - 545X58MSize of cargo Apron - 190X113MSize of Maintenance - 195X130M 40
  • 41. SECTION - X MAPS AND CHARTS Para No. Contents Page Nos. 10.1 Begumpet Airport - Static Display Area 41 10.2 Hyderabad Controlled Airspace 43 10.3 Begumpet Airport - ILS RWY27 Procedure 44 10.4 Begumpet Airport - Locator RWY09 Procedure 45 10.5 Begumpet Airport - VOR RWY09 Procedure 46 10.6 Begumpet Airport - VOR RWY27 Procedure 47 10.7 R.G.I. Airport Shamshabad - Aerodrome Chart 48 10.8 R.G.I. Airport Shamshabad - ILS RWY09 Procedure 49 10.9 R.G.I. Airport Shamshabad - ILS RWY27 Procedure 50 10.10 R.G.I. Airport Shamshabad - VOR RWY09 Procedure 51 10.11 R.G.I. Airport Shamshabad - VOR RWY27 Procedure 52Note: For more information refer to AIP India at Website: www.airpotsindia.org.in 41
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  • 43. India Aviation 2012 Begumpet Airport Hyderabad Run way Run way Taxi track 17 Static display Apron area 16 17 7A Hall Hall Hall Static display Apron area C B A Chalets 19 13 Chalets 13 Chalet Parking 14 Toilet Toilet 15 15 12 10 8 Domestic Rajiv Gandhi 18 Toilet 11 Terminal Terminal 15 Bldg. Bldg. 6 9 5 4 3 1 2 1A 7B Business VIP & Media Visitor Parking Parking Visitor Parking1. VIP Entry (1st Flr.) 10. Aviation Museum (Gr. Flr.)1A. Chalet Exhibitors Car Entry 11. FICCI Secretarial2. Media Entry (Gr. Flr.) 12. Cafeteria3. Exhibitor Entry 13. Hospitality Chalets4. Business Visitor Entry 14. Chalet Parking5. Exit 15. Conveniences 436. Exit7. Entry for General Public 16. Fire Station7A. Pedestrian Entry 17. Aircraft Display Exhibitor7B. Chalet Exit 18. Inaugural Hall 7 Parking8. VIP Lounge & Viewing gallery (1st Flr.) 19. Fair Facilities Petrol Pump9. Media Briefing Room (Gr. Flr.) Overall Layout Subject to Scale
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  • 46. HYDERABAD DUNDIGAL HAKIMPET VOD 187 VOR 186 271 271 092 271 31 13 6 6 272 091 29 4 11 4 Nadirgul Shamsabad 31 6 MISSED APPROACH46
  • 47. HYDERABAD DUNDIGAL HAKIMPET VOD 187 VOR 186 270 270 090 Nadirgul ShamsabadMISSED APPROACH 47
  • 48. HYDERABAD DUNDIGAL Circling north of Aerodrome is not permitted. HAKIMPET VOD 187 VOR 186 KAMAP 086 086 086 086 266 266 266 Nadirgul Shamsabad MISSED APPROACH48
  • 49. HYDERABAD DUNDIGAL HAKIMPET VOD 187 VOR 186 MEVAT 273 273 273 273 093 093 093 Nadirgul Shamsabad MEVAT 273 31 8MISSED APPROACH 49
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  • 55. Section XI FORMS TO BE SUBMITTEDForm No. Subject Last Date of Submission1. Application for display 15.02.20102. Aircraft arrival data 15.02.20103. List of Crew/Technicians 15.02.20104. GPU - Groon5. AIRCON6. Static Electrical 55
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  • 57. Last Date of Submission Form - 1 February 15, 2012 Organiers’ CopyThis Form must be completed by every aircraft exhibitor & forwarded to Mr.O.S.Ekka, India Aviation 2012 Jt. G M (ATC) FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Airports Authority of India, Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Begumpet Airport, Tel: 91-11-23487429, 23766919(D) Hyderabad – 500016 Fax: 91-11-23359734 e-mail: osekka@yahoo.co.in E-mail: indiaaviation@ficci.com Cell: 91 9866212756 GROUND HANDLING SERVICES Name of the Exhibitor: Aircraft Type : Registration Number: Call Sign: Wingspan/Rotor Length: All up weight: Static Display only: Static Display & Demo Flights : (Tick whichever is applicable) ENGINEERING SERVICES REQUIRED Marshalling Chocks APU Fire Extinguishers Push Back Towing GPU Ground Air-conditioning Battery Cart AIRCRAFT INTERIOR CLEANING Cleaning Cockpit Cabin ADDITIONAL SERVICES: REF DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES TICK AS NECESSARY CODE A Flight operations Flight planning Flight watch B Cargo services Collection Storage & documentation 57
  • 58. C In flight catering / meals VEG NONVEG Menu D Aircraft security Supervision during loading Supervision during unloading E Static guard of aircraft F Ground-power unit G Battery-start cart H Water service I Toilet service J Aircraft exterior cleaning / PolishingNOTES ON GROUND HANDLING SERVICES & CHARGES 1. Categorization of aircrafts and handling rates for handling per flight is as follows:* Aircraft Category a) Aircraft MTOW upto and including 5 Tons 500 b) Aircraft MTOW above 5 Tons and including 8 Tons 800 c) Aircraft MTOW above 8 Tons and including 10 Tons 900 d) Aircraft MTOW above 10 Tons and including 20 Tons 1100 e) Aircraft MTOW above 20 Tons and including 40 Tons 1700 f) Aircraft MTOW above 40 Tons and including 70 Tons 2200 g) Aircraft MTOW above 70 Tons and including 100 Tons 2900 h) Aircraft MTOW above 100 Tons 5100 MTOW - Maximum Take Off Weight* These charges would apply only if the ground handling services are utilized by the exhibitors.* For subsequent landing of demonstration flight, charges will be 40% of the rate mentioned above.2. Static Display Aircraft Equipment required at the time of static display would be charged as per applicable loading rate, as below: Equipment Rate in USD Narrow Body Wide Body a) Ground Electrical Starting 90 KVA Per hour 120 Trolley 140 KVA Per hour 220 28 Volts DC Per hour 40 58
  • 59. b) Aircraft Tow Tractor i) Changing bays/Towing at the Ramp Area One way 165 330 ii) Push back Per Push Back 165 330 c) Diesel Tractor Per hour 75 d) Air Start Unit Per Start 250 350 e) Toilet Cart Per SVC 55 140 f) Water Cart Per SVC 50 125 g) Passenger Coach Per flight 200 h) Step Ladder Motorised Per Hour 115 135 i) Step Ladder Towable Per Hour 45 k) Fork Lift Per Hour 135 l) Baggage Trollies Each Per Hour 15 m) Trestle Per Day 40 n) Nitrogen/Compressed Air Bottle with Trolley Per Hour 150 o) Jacks, wheel change Per Hour 40 p) Hydraulic Service Trolley Per Hour 250 q) Fire Extinguisher below 10 Kg Per Start 20 r) Conveyor Belt Per Hour 135Note: For the purpose of handling charges “Wide Bodied Aircraft” means aircraft with MTOW more than 190 tonshaving two aisle in its pax version.3. TOWING (INCLUDING POSITIONING IN STATIC DISPLAY Exhibitors MUST provide their own tow-bars or cables, steering arms, any special connections or adapters. (State any special ground handling instructions) ....................................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................4. RADIO EQUIPMENT (TICK AS APPROPRIATE VHF [ ] UHF [ ]5. CUSTOMER DEMONSTRATION FLIGHTS (CDF) 59
  • 60. If it is intended to carry out Customer Demonstration Flights, please complete the details below: Airspace required (level, route, etc.):.................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... Call Sign: ........................................................................................................................................ No. of Flights Daily ........................................................................................................................... Dates : ………………………………………………….……………………………………….. ETD: …………………………………………………….………………………………………..6. Flying / Demo Aircraft7. Catering Services Catering services shall be provided on request.8. Surface Transport Surface transport shall be provided on request.9. Night Surcharge A night surcharge of 10% of the applicable comprehensive charge shall be levied for aircraft arriving and / or departing at night time between 2100 hours to 0600 hours.10. Surcharge if any for delayed arrival / departure A standby charge of 10% shall be charged extra of applicable comprehensive charges if ETA / ETD is delayed beyond 8 hrs.11. Payment terms Payment to be made in CASH in USD or its equivalent either in advance or at the time of each handling. Payment of handling on arrival and final departure shall be made at the above rates at the time of arrival. Please note that international operators are required to make the payment of handling charges in foreign currency only or in equivalent INR against FIRC.12. OTHER INFORMATION ACCESS BY SAFETY SERVICES 60
  • 61. Please attach a diagram showing exits and break-in point with which rescue/safety services need to be used in the event of emergency.C. DECLARATION We declare that : 1). The aircraft will be maintained and serviced in accordance with its current schedules and is airworthy. 2). Flying limitations for the aircraft have been defined and are known to the nominated pilots. 3). Operation of the aircraft into and out of Hyderabad Airport will be in a manner consistent with the airfield operational facilities, characteristics and limitations. 4) The nominated pilots will be appropriately qualified and proficient on the aircraft type, and will be capable of complying with the briefing and control instructions given in English language. They will present their Pilot’s Qualification to the Flight Display Director/ATC for verification. 5) We have read the regulations governing the Exhibition and presentation and flying of civil aircraft, and we hereby agree to be bound by the provisions thereof. Signed : Date : Name (in BLOCK LETTERS): Company Chief Test Pilot / Director of Operations / Others THIS COPY IS FOR EXHIBITION RECORD Please type in Block Letters Authorised by: Name: ………………………….................. Designation: ………………………................ Company: …………………………................. Address: ……………………….............................. Tel.: …………………….. Fax: ………………………. 61
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  • 63. Last Date of Submission Form - 1 February 15, 2012 Exhibitor’s CopyThis Form must be completed by every aircraft exhibitor & forwarded to Mr.O.S.Ekka, India Aviation 2012 Jt. G M (ATC) FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Airports Authority of India, Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Begumpet Airport, Tel: 91-11-23487429, 23766919(D) Hyderabad – 500016 Fax: 91-11-23359734 e-mail: osekka@yahoo.co.in E-mail: indiaaviation@ficci.com Cell: 91 9866212756 GROUND HANDLING SERVICES Name of the Exhibitor: Aircraft Type : Registration Number: Call Sign: Wingspan/Rotor Length: All up weight: Static Display only: Static Display & Demo Flights : (Tick whichever is applicable) ENGINEERING SERVICES REQUIRED Marshalling Chocks APU Fire Extinguishers Push Back Towing GPU Ground Air-conditioning Battery Cart AIRCRAFT INTERIOR CLEANING Cleaning Cockpit Cabin ADDITIONAL SERVICES: REF DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES TICK AS NECESSARY CODE A Flight operations Flight planning Flight watch B Cargo services Collection Storage & documentation 63
  • 64. C In flight catering / meals VEG NONVEG Menu D Aircraft security Supervision during loading Supervision during unloading E Static guard of aircraft F Ground-power unit G Battery-start cart H Water service I Toilet service J Aircraft exterior cleaning / PolishingNOTES ON GROUND HANDLING SERVICES & CHARGES 1. Categorization of aircrafts and handling rates for handling per flight is as follows:* Aircraft Category a) Aircraft MTOW upto and including 5 Tons 500 b) Aircraft MTOW above 5 Tons and including 8 Tons 800 c) Aircraft MTOW above 8 Tons and including 10 Tons 900 d) Aircraft MTOW above 10 Tons and including 20 Tons 1100 e) Aircraft MTOW above 20 Tons and including 40 Tons 1700 f) Aircraft MTOW above 40 Tons and including 70 Tons 2200 g) Aircraft MTOW above 70 Tons and including 100 Tons 2900 h) Aircraft MTOW above 100 Tons 5100 MTOW - Maximum Take Off Weight* These charges would apply only if the ground handling services are utilized by the exhibitors.* For subsequent landing of demonstration flight, charges will be 40% of the rate mentioned above.2. Static Display Aircraft Equipment required at the time of static display would be charged as per applicable loading rate, as below: Equipment Rate in USD Narrow Body Wide Body a) Ground Electrical Starting 90 KVA Per hour 120 Trolley 140 KVA Per hour 220 28 Volts DC Per hour 40 64
  • 65. b) Aircraft Tow Tractor i) Changing bays/Towing at the Ramp Area One way 165 330 ii) Push back Per Push Back 165 330 c) Diesel Tractor Per hour 75 d) Air Start Unit Per Start 250 350 e) Toilet Cart Per SVC 55 140 f) Water Cart Per SVC 50 125 g) Passenger Coach Per flight 200 h) Step Ladder Motorised Per Hour 115 135 i) Step Ladder Towable Per Hour 45 k) Fork Lift Per Hour 135 l) Baggage Trollies Each Per Hour 15 m) Trestle Per Day 40 n) Nitrogen/Compressed Air Bottle with Trolley Per Hour 150 o) Jacks, wheel change Per Hour 40 p) Hydraulic Service Trolley Per Hour 250 q) Fire Extinguisher below 10 Kg Per Start 20 r) Conveyor Belt Per Hour 135Note: For the purpose of handling charges “Wide Bodied Aircraft” means aircraft with MTOW more than 190 tons having two aisle in its pax version.3. TOWING (INCLUDING POSITIONING IN STATIC DISPLAY Exhibitors MUST provide their own tow-bars or cables, steering arms, any special connections or adapters. (State any special ground handling instructions) ....................................................................................................................................................... ....................................................................................................................................................... .......................................................................................................................................................4. RADIO EQUIPMENT (TICK AS APPROPRIATE VHF [ ] UHF [ ]5. CUSTOMER DEMONSTRATION FLIGHTS (CDF) 65
  • 66. If it is intended to carry out Customer Demonstration Flights, please complete the details below: Airspace required (level, route, etc.):.................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... Call Sign: ........................................................................................................................................ No. of Flights Daily ........................................................................................................................... Dates : ………………………………………………….……………………………………….. ETD: …………………………………………………….………………………………………..6. Flying / Demo Aircraft7. Catering Services Catering services shall be provided on request.8. Surface Transport Surface transport shall be provided on request.9. Night Surcharge A night surcharge of 10% of the applicable comprehensive charge shall be levied for aircraft arriving and / or departing at night time between 2100 hours to 0600 hours.10. Surcharge if any for delayed arrival / departure A standby charge of 10% shall be charged extra of applicable comprehensive charges if ETA / ETD is delayed beyond 8 hrs.11. Payment terms Payment to be made in CASH in USD or its equivalent either in advance or at the time of each handling. Payment of handling on arrival and final departure shall be made at the above rates at the time of arrival. Please note that international operators are required to make the payment of handling charges in foreign currency only or in equivalent INR against FIRC.12. OTHER INFORMATION ACCESS BY SAFETY SERVICES 66
  • 67. Please attach a diagram showing exits and break-in point with which rescue/safety services need to be used in the event of emergency.C. DECLARATION We declare that : 1). The aircraft will be maintained and serviced in accordance with its current schedules and is airworthy. 2). Flying limitations for the aircraft have been defined and are known to the nominated pilots. 3). Operation of the aircraft into and out of Hyderabad Airport will be in a manner consistent with the airfield operational facilities, characteristics and limitations. 4) The nominated pilots will be appropriately qualified and proficient on the aircraft type, and will be capable of complying with the briefing and control instructions given in English language. They will present their Pilot’s Qualification to the Flight Display Director/ATC for verification. 5) We have read the regulations governing the Exhibition and presentation and flying of civil aircraft, and we hereby agree to be bound by the provisions thereof. Signed : Date : Name (in BLOCK LETTERS): Company Chief Test Pilot / Director of Operations / Others THIS COPY IS FOR EXHIBITION RECORD Please type in Block Letters Authorised by: Name: ………………………….................. Designation: ………………………................ Company: …………………………................. Address: ……………………….............................. Tel.: …………………….. Fax: ………………………. 67
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  • 69. Last Date of Submission Form - 2 February 15, 2012 Organiers’ CopyThis Form must be completed by every aircraft exhibitor & forwarded to Mr.O.S.Ekka, India Aviation 2012 Jt. G M (ATC) FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Airports Authority of India, Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Begumpet Airport, Tel: 91-11-23487429, 23766919(D) Hyderabad – 500016 Fax: 91-11-23359734 e-mail: osekka@yahoo.co.in E-mail: indiaaviation@ficci.com Cell: 91 9866212756 AIRCRAFT ARRIVAL DATAAircraft Type(Manufacturer, Model, Category): ……………………………………………………………………………………………Registration Number: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….Maximum Taxi Weight (kg): …………………………………………………………………………………………………..Wing Span or Rotor Diameter (m): …………………………………………………………………………………………..Certificate of Airworthiness(country, Cert. No., Expiry Date): …………………………………………………………………………………………..Name of Pilot in Command: ………………………………………………………………………………………………… Passport No. : …………………………………………….. Country of Issue: ……………………………………Name of Co-Pilot Crew: Passport No. : ………………………………………………Country of Issue: …………………………………..Name of Other Flight Crew: Passport No. : …………………………………………… Country of Issue: …………………………………..Airfield of Departure: ETD (Date & time)First Intermediate Landing in India:Last Intermediate Landing: ETA, Hyderabad (VOHY): 69
  • 70. (Date & Time)THIS COPY IS FOR EXHIBITION RECORD Please type in Block Letters Authorised by: Name: ………………………………….................. Designation: …………………………………................ Company: …………………………………................. Address: ………………………………….............................. Tel.: ……………………..Fax:………………………….Company Seal Signature 70
  • 71. Last Date of Submission Form - 2 February 15, 2012 Exhibitor’s CopyThis Form must be completed by every aircraft exhibitor & forwarded to Mr.O.S.Ekka, India Aviation 2012 Jt. G M (ATC) FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Airports Authority of India, Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Begumpet Airport, Tel: 91-11-23487429, 23766919(D) Hyderabad – 500016 Fax: 91-11-23359734 e-mail: osekka@yahoo.co.in E-mail: indiaaviation@ficci.com Cell: 91 9866212756 AIRCRAFT ARRIVAL DATAAircraft Type(Manufacturer, Model, Category): ……………………………………………………………………………………………Registration Number: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….Maximum Taxi Weight (kg): …………………………………………………………………………………………………..Wing Span or Rotor Diameter (m): …………………………………………………………………………………………..Certificate of Airworthiness(country, Cert. No., Expiry Date): …………………………………………………………………………………………..Name of Pilot in Command: ………………………………………………………………………………………………… Passport No. : …………………………………………….. Country of Issue: ……………………………………Name of Co-Pilot Crew: Passport No. : ………………………………………………Country of Issue: …………………………………..Name of Other Flight Crew: Passport No. : …………………………………………… Country of Issue: …………………………………..Airfield of Departure: ETD (Date & time)First Intermediate Landing in India:Last Intermediate Landing: ETA, Hyderabad (VOHY): (Date & Time) 71
  • 72. THIS COPY IS FOR EXHIBITION RECORD Please type in Block Letters Authorised by: Name: ………………………………….................. Designation: …………………………………................ Company: …………………………………................. Address: ………………………………….............................. Tel.: ……………………..Fax:………………………….Company Seal Signature 72
  • 73. Last Date of Submission Form - 3 February 15, 2012 Organiers’ CopyThis Form must be completed by every aircraft exhibitor & forwarded to India Aviation 2012 FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Tel: 91-11-23487429, 23766919(D) Fax: 91-11-23359734 E-mail: indiaaviation@ficci.comAIRCRAFT REGN. NO. ………………………………. List of Crew/TechniciansType/Print all names in BLOCK letterSl. No. Name & Designation Nationality Passport details Place of Stay in of Personnel Passport No Date & Place Valid up to India (Address) of IssueNote: Two copies of passport size photographs with name & company written on the reverse may be submittedalong with this form. THIS COPY IS FOR Please type in Block Letters EXHIBITION RECORD Authorised by: Name: ……………………………………….................. Designation: …………………………………................ Company: …………………………………................. Address: ………………………………….............................. Tel.: …………………….. Fax:…………………………. Company Seal Signature 73
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  • 75. Last Date of Submission Form - 3 February 25, 2008 Exhibitor’s CopyThis Form must be completed by every aircraft exhibitor & forwarded to India Aviation 2012 FICCI Trade Fair Secretariat Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi-110001 Tel: 91-11-23487429, 23766919(D) Fax: 91-11-23359734 E-mail: indiaaviation@ficci.comAIRCRAFT REGN. NO. ………………………………. List of Crew/TechniciansType/Print all names in BLOCK letterSl. No. Name & Designation Nationality Passport details Place of Stay in of Personnel Passport No Date & Place Valid up to India (Address) of IssueNote: Two copies of passport size photographs with name & company written on the reverse may be submittedalong with this form. THIS COPY IS FOR Please type in Block Letters EXHIBITION RECORD Authorised by: Name: ……………………………………….................. Designation: …………………………………................ Company: …………………………………................. Address: ………………………………….............................. Tel.: …………………….. Fax:…………………………. Company Seal Signature 75
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  • 77. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March14 – 18, 2012 Form IA2012/GPU Ground Power Unit Rental UNIT Electric Supply PRICE Quantity TOTAL 28VDC 10KVA $2,750/- (220V, 1Phase) 400Hz 30KVA $3,450/- 115/200VAC (400V, 3Phase) TOTALA Setup Charge of US $100 per unit will apply.Electrical Supply and Setup Charge should be ordered separately on Form IA2012/ESASClient’s Company DetailsPaste your card here.OrCompany Name: …............................................................................................................................................Address: ….........................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …...............................................................................................................................................Phone No.: ....................................................................................................................................................Email Address.:..............................................................................................................................................Please scan and email your order to info@flywellpower.comOrFax it to: +441173306184 / +97142288896For further information please contact:M Peter Stainer on +447826507884 orM Rajiv Dastane on +971559922304 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 77
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  • 79. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March14 – 18, 2012 Form IA2012/GPU Ground Power Unit Rental UNIT Electric Supply PRICE Quantity TOTAL 28VDC 10KVA $2,750/- (220V, 1Phase) 400Hz 30KVA $3,450/- 115/200VAC (400V, 3Phase) TOTALA Setup Charge of US $100 per unit will apply.Electrical Supply and Setup Charge should be ordered separately on Form IA2012/ESASClient’s Company DetailsPaste your card here.OrCompany Name: …............................................................................................................................................Address: ….........................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …...............................................................................................................................................Phone No.: ....................................................................................................................................................Email Address.:..............................................................................................................................................Please scan and email your order to info@flywellpower.comOrFax it to: +441173306184 / +97142288896For further information please contact:M Peter Stainer on +447826507884 orM Rajiv Dastane on +971559922304 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 79
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  • 81. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March14 – 18, 2012 Form IA2012/AC AirCondition Rental UNIT Electric Supply PRICE Quantity TOTAL 15000 Btu/h 1.5 Ton 230VAC (6KVA) $1,850 30000 Btu/h3 Ton 400VAC (8KVA) $2,750 50000 Btu/h5 Ton 400VAC (10KVA) $3,450 TOTALA Setup Charge of US $100 per unit will apply.Electrical Supply and Setup Charge should be ordered separately on Form IA2012/ESASClient’s Company DetailsPaste your card here.OrCompany Name: …............................................................................................................................................Address: ….........................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …...............................................................................................................................................Phone No.: ....................................................................................................................................................Email Address.:..............................................................................................................................................Please scan and email your order to info@flywellpower.comOrFax it to: +441173306184 / +97142288896For further information please contact:M Peter Stainer on +447826507884 orM Rajiv Dastane on +971559922304 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 81
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  • 83. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March14 – 18, 2012 Form IA2012/AC AirCondition Rental UNIT Electric Supply PRICE Quantity TOTAL 15000 Btu/h 1.5 Ton 230VAC (6KVA) $1,850 30000 Btu/h3 Ton 400VAC (8KVA) $2,750 50000 Btu/h5 Ton 400VAC (10KVA) $3,450 TOTALA Setup Charge of US $100 per unit will apply.Electrical Supply and Setup Charge should be ordered separately on Form IA2012/ESASClient’s Company DetailsPaste your card here.OrCompany Name: …............................................................................................................................................Address: ….........................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …...............................................................................................................................................Phone No.: ....................................................................................................................................................Email Address.:..............................................................................................................................................Please scan and email your order to info@flywellpower.comOrFax it to: +441173306184 / +97142288896For further information please contact:M Peter Stainer on +447826507884 orM Rajiv Dastane on +971559922304 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 83
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  • 85. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March14 – 18, 2012 Form IA2012/ESAS Electrical Supply and Set Up Electric Supply Price/KVA Total KVA Total 230VAC/400VAC $155/- Set Up Price/Unit Total Unit Total Position, Setup and Connections 100/- Connections TotalRefer to Flywell Power’sAircon and GPU forms for KVA requirementsClient’s Company DetailsPaste your card here.OrCompany Name: …............................................................................................................................................Address: ….........................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …...............................................................................................................................................Phone No.: ....................................................................................................................................................Email Address.:..............................................................................................................................................Please scan and email your order to info@flywellpower.comOrFax it to: +441173306184 / +97142288896For further information please contact:M Peter Stainer on +447826507884 orM Rajiv Dastane on +971559922304 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 85
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  • 87. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March14 – 18, 2012 Form IA2012/ESAS Electrical Supply and Set Up Electric Supply Price/KVA Total KVA Total 230VAC/400VAC $155/- Set Up Price/Unit Total Unit Total Position, Setup and Connections 100/- Connections TotalRefer to Flywell Power’sAircon and GPU forms for KVA requirementsClient’s Company DetailsPaste your card here.OrCompany Name: …............................................................................................................................................Address: ….........................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …...............................................................................................................................................Phone No.: ....................................................................................................................................................Email Address.:..............................................................................................................................................Please scan and email your order to info@flywellpower.comOrFax it to: +441173306184 / +97142288896For further information please contact:M Peter Stainer on +447826507884 orM Rajiv Dastane on +971559922304 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 87
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  • 89. Flywell Power Aviation Ground Power Ground India Aviation 2012, Hyderabad, India March 14 – 18, 2012 Method of Payment FormClient Company DetailsPaste your card here or:Company Name: ….......................................................................................................................................Address: …..................................................................................................................................................Contact Name: …..........................................................................................................................................Phone no: ….................................................................................................................................................Email Address: …..........................................................................................................................................Name of Show: ………………………………………………….......................................................................………Booth #: …………………………………………………………….......................................................................……Please mention name of Air show and Company name on all Bank Transfers for propercredit to youraccount.Flywell Power UK Ltd Bank Account DetailsBank : JYSKE Bank, A/S-REG 39317, Sileknburg, DenmarkAccount Name : Flywell Power UK LtdAccount No : 2057183IBAN No : DK8775900002057183SWIFT Code : JYBADKKKSORTING Code : DK5275900001396855 Registered in England 06743595, V.A.T. Registration 943 7125 21 Registered Office: Edelman House, 1238 High Road, Whetstone, London, N20 0LH 89
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