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Bangalore kochi airport

  1. 1. Bengaluru &cochin airports Presented by CH. SUDHEER 203113024
  2. 2. Bangalore airport  INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT FACTS  CONSTRUCTION  TERMINALS  RUNWAY & ITS CONSTRUCTION  EXPANSION PLANS  ACCIDENTS ADVT&DISADVT  CONNECTIVITY & AIRPLANES ROUTES
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  It is an international airport serving the Indian city of Bangalore.  Airport type-Public  Owner-BIAL  location : Devanahalli ,Karnataka.  It was opened in 23rd may 2008.  It was the 4th busiest airport in the country.  In 2012, the central government accepted the state government's proposal to name the airport after Kempegowda.[18] On 18 July 2013, the Union Cabinet formally approved the name change.[19]  (IATA: BLR, ICAO: VOBL
  4. 4. Taxiway Runway Apron TERMINAL BUILDING Parking
  5. 5. construction  The airport project started as a public-private joint venture between Germany's Siemens Project Ventures GmbH, Government of Karnataka and Airports Authority of India  Construction of the airport began in July 2005, after a decade long postponemen  the airport was expected to be inaugurated on 30 March 2008 but due to delays in air traffic control (ATC) services, it was finally inaugurated on 23 May 2008 just before midnight when a Jet Airways flight from Mumbai landed here. Also, minutes later an Indian flight to Singapore left Bangalore International Airport, making it the first ever take-off from the airport.  The new airport was originally planned to accommodate 3.5 million passengers a year, but this was redesigned to handle 12 million passengers per year
  6. 6. Terminal building • • • • The passenger terminal is a single, fully air conditioned, four-level building capable of accommodating international and domestic operations. The basement houses the retail storage, rest areas and services. The arrival and departure areas are separated vertically with a modern, simple, straight-ahead flow system. The domestic and international departure lounges, and the majority of the retail outlets are located on level 2 (first floor). The checkin facilities and baggage reclaim are located on level 1 (ground floor). The terminal is designed for ease of operation and minimum maintenance. The total floor area is approximately 84,000 m2 (900,000 sq ft) and the terminal building is designed to accommodate 3,000 passengers at peak hour. The design reflects the best industry practice and caters for 24-hour-operations, under all weather conditions. The airport well meets the standards set by the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).[4] The airport can handle 11 million people per annum with 27 aircraft movements per hour and an estimated 550 movements. At its peak, it can handle 720 aircraft movements in a day. Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE) enabled check-in counters: 90 and 24 self check in counters. The airport has 36 gates, 12 aero-bridges, including three double arm, and 18 remote bus bays. There are a total of 45 aircraft stands, all of which have a fuelling pit. This is the first time in Indian airports that the parking stands have the fuelling pits. The underground pits helps the aircraft to fuel from the stand itself. In the first phase of development, a car park for 2,000 cars in front of the terminal building at the ground level has been developed for the convenience of passengers and visitors to the airport.
  7. 7. runway • The airport has one runway that can accommodate all types of aircraft. There are plans to build a second runway when the annual traffic of the airport reaches 18 million passengers per year which is currently estimated to reach around 2013–2014. • Runway repair work • In January 2012, BIAL announced that the airport would remain fully closed to all flight operations from 11 March until 3 April 2012 between 10:30 and 17:30 IST (05:00 UTC to 12:00 UTC) during which the top layer of its only runway was completely replaced. Following this initial phase, the runway was partly closed during phases 2 and 3 until 1 May.[23][24]
  8. 8. Lounges ,cargo ,fuel services • • • Retail services and lounges As well as a range of retail outlets the airport has a number of dedicated departure lounges:[9] Domestic departure lounges are provided by – – • International departure lounges include – – • • • • Air India Jet Airways Oberoi Lounge The Leela Lounge Aviation fuel services The airport has a Fuel Farm and Hydrant System of the airport, a 36 kilometres (22 mi) fuel pipeline was commissioned in October 2009 by Indian Oil from Devanagonthi to the airport to reduce the need to transport jet fuel to the airport.[9] There are two cargo terminals in the village. One of the terminals is operated by Menzies Aviation Bobba Pvt Ltd. This terminal has an initial capacity to handle 150,000 metric tons (170,000 short tons) of cargo. The other terminal is operated by Air India SATS Joint Venture consortium. This terminal has a two-floor warehouse with a capacity of 200,000 metric tons (220,000 short tons). Cargo village
  9. 9. Passenger airlines Airlines&destinations Airlines Destinations Air Arabia Sharjah AirAsia Kuala Lumpur Air Costa Jaipur, Vijayawada[10] Air France Paris-Charles de Gaulle Air India Chennai, Delhi, Dubai, Goa, Hyde rabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Malé, Mu mbai,Muscat, Pune, Thiruvanant hapuram Air India Express Mangalore Air India Regional Agatti, Chennai, Mangalore, Tiru pati
  10. 10. Cargo airlines Cargo air lines Airlines Destinations Blue Dart Aviation Ahmedabad, Chennai, Delhi, Hyd erabad, Mumbai Cathay Pacific Cargo Delhi, Hong Kong, Hyderabad DHL Aviation operated by AeroLogic Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi,[citation needed] Leipzig/Halle,[11] Singapore[ citation needed] Etihad Crystal Cargo Abu Dhabi
  11. 11. Repair works Check in counters Terminal building at night In January 2012, BIAL announced that the airport would remain fully closed to all flight operations from 11 March until 3 April 2012 between 10:30 and 17:30 IST (05:00 UTC to
  12. 12. Expansion plans • • • • • • On 19 January 2010, BIAL embarked on expansion plan and fast tracked construction of a new state of the art terminal building.[20] The first phase of construction of the new terminal is expected to cater to passenger traffic of about 15 million per year. There are also plans to expand the new terminal to cater to 36 million passengers per year.[21] The existing terminal would be expanded to cater to 17 million passengers per year. Work on the expansion began on 6 June 2011.[8] The expansion would also increase the number of check-in counters and the seating capacity at the waiting areas. Once done, Terminal 1 would sport a brand new look and will be capable of handling the A380 aircraft.[8][22] To reduce the number of flight delays due to fog it is proposed that the runway will be upgraded to Category III B standard. This upgrading will be done when the second runway will be constructed (along with Terminal 2).[citation needed] After expansion the terminal will have a floor area of 360,000 m2 (3,900,000 sq ft).
  13. 13. Diagrams All international cities with nonstop service to/from BLR All domestic cities with nonstop service to/from BLR BLR Airport under construction Kingfisher Airlines and Air India aircraft taxiing at Kempegowda International Airport
  14. 14. Wind rose
  15. 15. Plan of Bangalore terminal building
  16. 16. Ground floor map
  17. 17. 2nd floor map
  18. 18. Cochin airport INTRODUCTION IMPORTANT FACTS  CONSTRUCTION  management & expansion  TERMINALS  RUNWAY & ITS CONSTRUCTION  EXPANSION PLANS  ACCIDENTS ADVT&DISADVT  CONNECTIVITY & AIRPLANES ROUTES
  19. 19. Plan of cohin airport
  20. 20. introduction • Cochin International Airport (IATA: COK, ICAO: VOCI) is an international airport situated in the city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India. Located at Nedumbassery, about 30 km (19 mi)[4] northeast of Kochi, it is the busiest and largest airport in the state ofKerala. For the financial year 2012-13, it was the fourth busiest airport in India in international passenger traffic ferrying 2,919,707 passengers and seventh busiest in overall passenger traffic carrying 4,880,773 passengers
  21. 21. History • • • The original air facilities in Kochi were an aerodome and airstrip on Willingdon Island, built in 1936 by the British Residency of Kochi Kingdom, intended for transporting British officials involved in the development of Cochin Port. The airstrip was converted into a military airport by the Royal Indian Navy during World War II. The Royal Navy chose it as a strategic site for their headquarters in Southern India and as an air station cum landing craft and sea plane base. [7] The military facility hosted naval fighter planes and was intended to thwart possible Japanese air raids.[8] A small naval unit set up just two days before the outbreak of World War II.[9] After Indian Independence, the Indian Navy operated the airport, though it permitted civilian aircraft to use the facility. The Gulf economic boom of the 1980s made it necessary to develop international transportation to Kochi in the interests of expatriates working in the Middle East.[10] In October 1990, the Kerala Chamber of Commerce, supported by local industry, passed a resolution to expand the naval airport to accommodate large jets and facilitate direct flights to the Middle East. The resolution was rejected by the Navy for security reasons. A new airport was built near Kochi in 1991 instead.
  22. 22. construction
  23. 23. expansion
  24. 24. management
  25. 25. Terminals
  26. 26. Infra structure
  27. 27. Passenger airlines airlines Airlines Destinations Terminal Air Arabia Sharjah International AirAsia Kuala Lumpur International Air India Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai, Triv andrum Domestic Air India Calicut, Delhi, Jedda h, Mumbai, Sharjah International Air India Express Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Cali cut, Doha, Dubai, Ku wait, Mangalore, M umbai, Muscat, Sala lah, Sharjah, Trivand rum International Air India Regional Agatti Emirates Dubai Domestic
  28. 28. Cargo airlines Cargo air lines Airlines Destinations Blue Dart Aviation Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai Emirates SkyCargo Dubai Etihad Crystal Cargo Abu Dhabi Qatar Airways Cargo Doha Saudia Cargo Jeddah, Riyadh
  29. 29. Incidents and accidents • • • On 25 April 2010, Emirates Flight EK 530, a Boeing 777–200 from Dubai, dropped around 200 feet (61 m) during heavy turbulence as the aircraft entered a thick cumulonimbus cloud while on its descent. 20 passengers were injured and some internal damage was caused to the plane. The aircraft was on descent into Kochi, roughly between Mumbai and Chennai air spaces when the incident occurred. There were 350 passengers and 14 crew on board.[66] On 25 August 2011, a 13-year-old boy was found roaming around the runway area, raising questions about the security system of the airport.[67] On 29 August 2011, Gulf Air Flight GF 270, an Airbus 320 from Bahrain, carrying 137 passengers skidded off the runway at 3.55 am during its descent. The reason for the crash is suspected to be the heavy rain at the time. The aircraft had been said to have slipped off the runway and landed nose first. The aircraft broke one of its wings while landing and stalled air traffic for hours. Passengers after the crash, in chaos, were reported to have jumped from the aircraft through emergency exit doors even before stairways were brought into place. The crash caused seven minor injuries and two serious injuries due to the chaos that followed.[68]
  30. 30. Wind rose
  31. 31. COMPARISON criteria Bengaluru airport Cochin airport Airport type Public Public Owner Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) opened at 23 may 2008 Cochin International Airport Society Limited Government of Kerala Private Investors AAI opened at 10 June 1999 Location Devanahalli, Karnataka, India Nedumbassery, Kerala, India Hub for Blue Dart Aviation Deccan Aviation Kingfisher Airlines Air India Express Blue Dart Aviation Elevation 915 m 9m Coordinates 13°1156N 077°4220E 10°0920N 76°2329E Runway length 4,200 m 3,900 m Surface Asphalt Asphalt Passenger movements(year) 12,698,343 4,717,650 Aircraft movements(year) 224,000 40,181
  32. 32. Satellite view of cochin airport Terminal building& apron runway Taxi way
  33. 33. Plan of cochin airport Terminal building apron taxi way
  34. 34. Aerial view of cochin airport Run way apron parking helipad
  35. 35. Parking of cochin airport 45 angle parking
  36. 36. Incidents &accidents • • • On 25 April 2010, Emirates Flight EK 530, a Boeing 777–200 from Dubai, dropped around 200 feet (61 m) during heavy turbulence as the aircraft entered a thick cumulonimbuscloud while on its descent. 20 passengers were injured and some internal damage was caused to the plane. The aircraft was on descent into Kochi, roughly between Mumbai and Chennai air spaces when the incident occurred. There were 350 passengers and 14 crew on board.[66] On 25 August 2011, a 13-year-old boy was found roaming around the runway area, raising questions about the security system of the airport.[67] On 29 August 2011, Gulf Air Flight GF 270, an Airbus 320 from Bahrain, carrying 137 passengers skidded off the runway at 3.55 am during its descent. The reason for the crash is suspected to be the heavy rain at the time. The aircraft had been said to have slipped off the runway and landed nose first. The aircraft broke one of its wings while landing and stalled air traffic for hours. Passengers after the crash, in chaos, were reported to have jumped from the aircraft through emergency exit doors even before stairways were brought into place. The crash caused seven minor injuries and two serious injuries due to the chaos that followed.[68]
  37. 37. Runway charcterstics&lighting systems Runway Length: 3400 m Runway Width: 45 m Runway Shoulder Width: 7.5 m (on both sides) Orientation: 27/09 Strength: PCN 60 Parallel Taxiway: 3400 m

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