Full Form of AAI : The full form of AAI is the Airport Authority of India.

What is the Full form of AAI?

No:1. The full form of AAI is the Airport Authority of India.
No:2. It functions under the Ministry of Civil Aviation.
No:3. It is in the process of designing, planning, maintaining and upgrading the network of civil aviation in India.
No:4. The AAI, comprising 126 airports, 11 customs airports, 11 international airports, 89 domestic airports and 26 civilian enclaves at military aircraft, has an array of duties.
No:5. For the Indian Air Force, Indian Coast Guard, Indian Navy other private airfields in the nation, AAI operates and is accountable for flight calibration of navigation equipment.
No:6. The first phase of the technology demonstration framework was complete in February 2008.
No:7. The government of India founded the IAAI (International Airports Authority of India) in 1972.
No:8. The Airport Authority of India was established in April 1995, when an Act of Parliament merged the IAAI with the NAA (National Airports Authority).

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No:1. The Government of India constituted the International Airports Authority of India (IAAI) in 1972 to manage the nation’s international airports while the National Airports Authority of India (NAAI) was constituted in 1986 to look after domestic airports.
No:2.  The organisations were merged in April 1995 by an Act of Parliament, namely, the Airports Authority of India Act, 1994 and has been constituted as a Statutory Body and was named as Airports Authority of India (AAI).
No:3. This new organisation was to be responsible for creating, upgrading, maintaining and managing civil aviation infrastructure both on the ground and air space in the country.

Training centres of AAO

The following are five training institutions consisting of three ATS training organisations, which are also form by AAI :
No:1. CATC (Civil Aviation Training College), Uttar Pradesh, Allahabad
No:2. NIAMAR (National Institute of Aviation Management and Research), Delhi
No:3. NIATAM (National Institute of Aviation Training and Management), Maharashtra, Gondia.
No:4. FTC (Fire Training Center), Kolkata & Delhi.
No:5. HTC (Hyderabad Training Centre), Hyderabad.

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