Posted: 11 January 2012 | Airports Authority of India | No comments yet
Article 15 of Convention on International Civil Aviation requires that all aerodromes open to public use should provide uniform conditions for the aircraft….
Article 15 of Convention on International Civil Aviation requires that all aerodromes open to public use under the jurisdiction of a contracting state should provide uniform conditions for the aircraft of all other contracting states. Article 28 and 37 oblige each state to provide its territory, aircraft, and other air navigation facilities/ services in accordance with Standard and Recommended Practices(SARPs) developed by ICAO, Volume-1 Annex- 14.
Accordingly in compliance with the above International Regulations and in conformity with Regulations a set out in Part XI of Aircraft Rules 1937(Rule 78) and conditions mentioned in various Civil Aviation Requirements (CARs) issued by DGCA, the Airports Authority of India, being a major Aerodrome Operator, envisaged on a path to acquire Aerodrome License not only for International Airports but also for Domestic Airports where schedule air transport services are operating.
AAI has acquired Aerodrome License for 54 of its airports.