Airports Authority of India

Mission :  ''To achieve highest standards of safety and quality in air traffic services and airport management by providing state-of-the-art infrastructure for total customer satisfaction, contributing to economic growth and prosperity of the nation.''                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Vision :  ''To be a world-class organization providing leadership in air traffic services and airport management & making India a major hub in Asia Pacific region by 2016''.
Department
Cargo
    
 
Head of the Department
 
NameMr. Y.K. Goel
DesignationGeneral Manager
Telephone

91-11-24657919

Fax91-11-24657929
E-Mail ID

ykgoel@aai.aero

 
Other Senior Executive(s)
 
NameMr. Arvind Dubey
DesignationJt. General Manager
Telephone

91-11-24610513

Fax--
E-Mail ID

arvinddubey@aai.aero

 
Functions of the Department of Cargo
 
  1. Discharge corporate functions of Cargo Department
  2. Framing corporate policies on AAI's cargo handling at international as well as domestic airports
  3. Implementation of IATA rules, ICAO recommendations, Implementation of BCAS, CBEC objectives and regulations, pertaining to cargo handling
  4. Liaison at apex level with the regulatory Ministries, and other bodies, as well as user agencies such as Central Board of Excise and Customs, DGCA, Ministry of Commerce
  5. Tapping hitherto untapped areas of operation for harnessing additional revenue from cargo handling, including Express and Courier Operations
  6. Finalisation of long and short term infrastructural requirements, in consultation with Department of Planning, Engineering and Finance including Annual Plan and Five Year Plan
  7. Overseeing AAI's cargo operations at the two metro airports and other domestic airports
  8. Representing AAI in the various trade bodies like SCOPE-Air, sectoral meeting on EC/EDI Taskforce Meeting, Conventions and high level meetings arranged by BAR-India (Cargo), CII, Federation of Freight Forwarder's Association of India (FFFAI), Air Cargo Agents Association of India (ACAAI), Federation of Indian Exporter's Organisation (FIEO), Chambers of Commerce, etc.
  9. Setting up of cargo terminals and managing them by providing services comparable to international standards
  10. Modernisation of cargo handling system, re-engineering systems and procedures for hassle free terminal operations resulting reduction in dwell time
  11. Finalisation of tariff on cargo handling services in consultation with the user community like airlines, freight forwarders, etc.
  12. Make proposals on various policy and operating matter to the AAI board; implementation of the policy decisions taken by the Board/Government of India
  13. Finalisation of Training programs for cargo personnel in consultation with ED (Training) to inculcate better professionalism amongst AAI's cargo functionaries

 

Last updated on: 15th April 2014