SUBMITTED TO :
MR. RAVI GOYAL
( Assistant Professor )

SUBMITTED BY:
SUNITA(10EC88)
Services Provided By AAI
AAI
ATC

CNS
Approach Control:
Responsible for providing all ATC services within their
airspace .
 Area Control :
provides services t...
To describe airspace with specific dimensions, in which a
Flight Information Service and an alerting service are
provided...
COMMUNICATION

CNS
SURRVIELLENCE

NAVIGATIONAL
-AIDS
3.Air to air : This includes communication between the pilots of two
aircrafts in the air. Such type of communication also...
DVOR:
It is the Doppler Very High Frequency
Omni Radio Range which measures the
azimuth angle with respect to the north.
...
 Provides precision guidance to an aircraft
approaching and landing on a runway, using a
combination of radio signals.

I...
 Provides runway centerline guidance to
aircraft, but not the glide slope information.
 An antenna array is sited to one side of the runway
touchdown zone.
 LOC carrier frequencies range
108.10 MHz to 111.95...
 It is installed in each airport to monitor
the movement of all the aircrafts within its
region of operation.
•Range : 27...
Primary Radar :
• The radar system measures the time required for a radar
echo to return and the direction of the signal....
1.DFMD:
 Every passenger has to go through this frame when any metal
particle is possessed by passenger.
It gives indica...
X-Ray is used in x-Ray baggage systems .
In this a baggage put in scanner , then it would show color
according to materi...
CCTV is the use of video
cameras to transmit a signal to a
specific place, on a limited set of
monitors.

ETD is used to...
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
presentation  on airport authority of india
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  1. 1. SUBMITTED TO : MR. RAVI GOYAL ( Assistant Professor ) SUBMITTED BY: SUNITA(10EC88)
  2. 2. Services Provided By AAI
  3. 3. AAI ATC CNS
  4. 4. Approach Control: Responsible for providing all ATC services within their airspace .  Area Control : provides services to aircraft between airports.
  5. 5. To describe airspace with specific dimensions, in which a Flight Information Service and an alerting service are provided. DELHI MUMBAI GUWATTI CHENNAI KOLKATTA
  6. 6. COMMUNICATION CNS SURRVIELLENCE NAVIGATIONAL -AIDS
  7. 7. 3.Air to air : This includes communication between the pilots of two aircrafts in the air. Such type of communication also uses VHF and HF frequencies. For communication, A frequency band from 118MHz to 136 MHz is used .
  8. 8. DVOR: It is the Doppler Very High Frequency Omni Radio Range which measures the azimuth angle with respect to the north. DME : Provides pilots with a slant range measurement of distance to the runway in nautical miles.
  9. 9.  Provides precision guidance to an aircraft approaching and landing on a runway, using a combination of radio signals. ILS GLIDE PATH (GP) LOCALIZER
  10. 10.  Provides runway centerline guidance to aircraft, but not the glide slope information.
  11. 11.  An antenna array is sited to one side of the runway touchdown zone.  LOC carrier frequencies range 108.10 MHz to 111.95 MHz. At Jaipur Airport it is 109.9 MHZ.  The glide slope transmits no identification signal.
  12. 12.  It is installed in each airport to monitor the movement of all the aircrafts within its region of operation. •Range : 2700 to 2900 MHz .
  13. 13. Primary Radar : • The radar system measures the time required for a radar echo to return and the direction of the signal. Range : 2700 to 2900 MHz . •  Secondary Radar : •It uses a second radar antenna attached to the top of the primary radar antenna to transmit and receive area aircraft data for barometric altitude, identification code, and emergency conditions.
  14. 14. 1.DFMD:  Every passenger has to go through this frame when any metal particle is possessed by passenger. It gives indication with both visual & audio aid. 2.HHMD:
  15. 15. X-Ray is used in x-Ray baggage systems . In this a baggage put in scanner , then it would show color according to material. Baggage
  16. 16. CCTV is the use of video cameras to transmit a signal to a specific place, on a limited set of monitors. ETD is used to detect explosive materials.
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