Indian Air Navigation Services Initiatives

Indian Air Navigation Services Initiatives

The Indian ANSP has made significant progress in realizing the objective of an extensive survillance coverage which will support the seamless ATM concept. Integrated surveillance sensor data from MSSRs and ADS-B stations provide redundant & extensive surveillance coverage over the continental airspace. ADS-C as well as an ADS-B station in Port Blair provide surveillance coverage over the oceanic airspace of bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean. The Chennai Flight Information Region Upper Airspace Harmonization program has won accolades for the Indian ANSP. The Kolkata, delhi and Mumbai Upper Airspace Harmonization programs are under way and is expected to be completed by 2014. India is also taking a quantum leap in enabling seamless VHF communication by introducing IP radios as well as networking the VCCS at major ATC Centers.

Event Date: 
Wednesday, July 3, 2013