AIR NAVIGATION SYSTEMS FOR RELOCATING ATHENS APPROACH
| MINISTRY OF DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENTS
|Partnership Agreement (PA) for the Development Framework 2014-2020
«Transport Infrastructure, Environment and Sustainable Development
Operational Programme (YMEPERAA)»
||Ministry of Infrastructure and Transportation
||Hellenic Aviation Service Provider (HASP)
|Name of the Action:
|Supply of air navigation systems, for the needs of the Athens Approach Service that is going to be relocated, from the Athens and Macedonia Area Control Center, to new premises in building #32 of Athens international Airport (AIA) - Eleftherios Venizelos, with OPS Code 5114208
|Main Target of the Action:
|Improvement of the safety of infrastructures and air navigation services for the island airports of the Trans-European Network
|Information of the Action:
||The action concerns the procurement and installation of Air Navigation Systems, in order to relocate the Athens Approach Service, from the complex of buildings of the Athens and Macedonia Area Control Centers, to premises of building #32 of the Athens International Airport (AIA).
The supply includes:
- Main and back-up Voice Communications System
- Dual Digital System of Air Navigation Voice & Data Recording & Playback
- Time Reference System and Clocks
- Technical Monitoring and Control System
- Aeronautical Voice & Data Network (AVDN)
- Consoles for Working Positions
The action aims to modernize Air Navigation, as well as to comply with international standards, providing the maximum possible safety in Air Traffic Management, for the needs of the Athens Control Tower and Approach Services, which manage civil and military aircraft flights.
With the supply and installation of new Voice Communications and Recording Systems, the most effective management of Air Traffic is achieved, while ensuring in this way the service of the continuous upward air traffic of AIA, with the maximum possible benefit/cost ratio.
This procurement will achieve the implementation of Voice over IP (VoIP) technological requirements at European and National level and the abolition of obsolete circuits of the telecommunications provider.
|Co-funded by Greece and the European Union