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Prohibited Item List

 

The following items that are banned for carriage on person/hand baggage on board flights operating from civil airports in India; and Indian Registered aircrafts from foreign airports :

Personal Items

  1. Lighters
  2. Scissors-metal with pointed tips
  3. Realistic replica of toy weapon

Sharp Objects

  1. Box Cutters
  2. Ice Axes/ Ice Picks
  3. Knives (any length and type except round-bladed, butter, and plastic cutlery)
  4. Meat Cleavers
  5. Razor-Type Blades such as box cutters, utility knives, razor blades not in a cartridge, but excluding safety razors
  6. Sabers
  7. Scissors – metal with pointed tips
  8. Sword

Sporting Goods

  1. Baseball Bats
  2. Bows and Arrows
  3. Cricket Bats
  4. Golf Clubs
  5. Hockey Sticks
  6. Lacrosse Sticks
  7. Pool Cues
  8. Ski Poles
  9. Spear Guns

Guns and Firearms

  1. Ammunition
  2. BB guns
  3. Compressed Air Guns
  4. Firearms
  5. Flare Guns
  6. Gun Lighters
  7. Gun Powder
  8. Parts of Guns and Firearms
  9. Pellet Guns
  10. Realistic Replicas of Firearms
  11. Starter pistols

Tools

  1. Axes and hatchets
  2. Cattle Prods
  3. Crowbars
  4. Hammers
  5. Drills (including cordless portables power drills)
  6. Saws (including cordless portable power saws)
  7. Screwdrivers (except those in eyeglass repair kits)
  8. Tools (including but not limited to wrenches and pliers)
  9. Wrenches and Pliers

Martial Arts / Self Defense Items

  1. Billy Clubs
  2. Black Jacks
  3. Brass Knuckles
  4. Kubatons
  5. Mace/ Pepper Spray
  6. Martial Arts Weapons
  7. Night Sticks
  8. Nunchakus
  9. Martial Arts/ Self Defense Items
  10. Stun Guns/ Shocking Devices
  11. Throwing Stars

Explosive Materials

  1. Blasting Caps
  2. Dynamite
  3. Fireworks
  4. Flares (in any form)
  5. Hand Grenades
  6. Plastic Explosives
  7. Realistic Replicas of Explosives

Flammable items

  1. Liquid/Aerosol/Gel/Paste or items of similar consistency (Allowed separately, in small quantities required for the duration of journey, in one clear transparent re-sealable one liter size plastic bag. Each item should, however, not exceed 100 ml in quantity). Exception : Medicine/inhaler accompanied by prescription and baby food.
  2. Fuels (Including cooking fuels and any flammable liquid fuel)
  3. Gasoline
  4. Gas Torches
  5. Lighter Fluid
  6. Strike-anywhere Matches
  7. Turpentine and paint Thinner
  8. Realistic Replicas of Incendiaries

Disabling Chemicals and other Dangerous Items

  1. Chlorine for Pools and Spas
  2. Compressed Gas Cylinders (including fire extinguishers)
  3. Liquid Bleach
  4. Spillable Batteries (except those in wheelchairs)
  5. Spray Paint
  6. Tear Gas

Note : The above mentioned are only indicative lists of items. Commonsense, however, shall prevail in assessing whether an object can be used as a weapon for committing any act of unlawful interference with civil aviation operations.

 

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Lost and found Baggage

In case you happen to misplace your baggage or your belongings at D.A.B.H. Indore Airport, kindly contact

Lost & Found enquiry, at: Airport Terminal Manager(ATM) OFFICE 0731-2626326 or +91-9425057716 (Time 24/7) E-mail: indoreatmataai [dot] aero

As a policy and practise all agencies at the airport are expected to deposit any unclaimed goods under the Lost & found property to the Duty Terminal Manager. The Lost & Found items can be reclaimed by the passenger after completing the required formalities on all working days between 0930 – 1800hrs.

NOTE: Baggage handling & delivery at the Airport is the responsibility of the concerned airline from the point of check-in to the point of collection. In case if anything is left behind on an aircraft, kindly contact the respective airlines.

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AIR CARGO COMPLEX, DABH AIRPORT INDORE
INTERNATIONAL
International air cargo started in june 2006 by M/s GSEC till 30/9/2016. After that AAI has obtained custodianship from Principal Commissioner of Central Excise Custom for international cargo DABH Airport , Indore and started operation from 01.10.2016.International Cargo Complex having two Godown. ( Import and Export ).

Customs facilities are available.

Indore Airport handles 2770MT of cargo a year (2016-2017).

Area of International Cargo Complex is 1087.42 sq. mt.

(Catchment Area ) DABH Airport Indore is a popular port of call for Import and Export cargo by Air/CBT(Custom Bonded Trucks). Covers all nearby cities like Mandsaur, Ujjain, khandwa, Bhopal, Dhar,Depalpur,Harda etc. to send/receive all types of cargo.
DOMESTIC
CUDCT (Common User Domestic Cargo Terminal) run by M/s GSEC through O&M Contract from 14/3/2016. Facilities are available at CUDCT to book the cargo through airline counters to other sectors on as per airline standard tariff. Sending and receiving all types of cargo including vegetables, living plants ,fish seeds, Ice-cream, medicines ,human remains , Auto parts on regular basis serving traders, manufactures and farmers.Area of Domestic Cargo Complex is 675.24 sq. mt
AIRLINE PROFILE

Indore Airport, almost 4 major airlines are operating to various domestic destinations for both passengers and cargo. Scheduled Airline Operator’s

Air India

Star Air

Truejet

Vistara

Indigo

Air Asia

Non -Scheduled Airline Operator’s

GSEC (Mon, Wed , Fri ).

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VAID AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME
VAID - INDORE/ DOMESTIC
VAID AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
     
1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 22 43' 24" N 075 48' 19.7" E
2 Direction and Distance from City 276 DEG/6.5KM from Indore Railway Station
3 Elevation/Reference temperature 1851 FT / 40.0°C
4 MAG VAR/Annual change 0.37 DEG W (2010) /0.033 DEG E
5 AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS  Airport Director

Airports Authority of India

Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport

Indore-452 005 (Madhya Pradesh)

Telephone 91-731-2629455

Fax 91-731-2620278

Email : apdindoreataai [dot] aero
6 Types of traffic permitted IFR/ VFR
7 Remarks  
VAID AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS
     
1 AD Administration MON-FRI 0930-1800 IST
2 Customs and immigration AS PER REQUIREMENT
3 Health and sanitation AS ATS
4 AIS briefing office AS ATS
5 ATS reporting office (ARO) AS ATS
6 MET briefing office AS ATS
7 ATS H24
8 Fueling AS ATS
9 Handling AS ATS
10 Security AS ATS
11 De-icing NIL
12 Remarks NON SCHEDULED FLIGHTS TO OBTAIN POSITIVE CLEARANCE PRIOR TO DEPARTURE
VAID AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES
     
1 Cargo-handling facilities MANUAL LIMITED
2 Fuel/Oil types Jet A-1 (ATF K50),

 IOC-JET A1 (ATFK50) , AVGAS 100LL,Oil: Nil

HPCL- Jet A-1(ATF K50),Oil: Nil

RIL- Jet A-1 (ATF K50), Oil: Nil
3 Fuelling facilities/capacity IOC : 03 Bowsers 30,000 Litres, 11.6 Litres/ Sec.

HPCL :2 Browsers - 1) R99-16000 Liters,25.23 Litres/Sec.

2) R84-27000 Litres,37.85 Litres/Sec.

RIL :03 Bowsers - 1) R013-11000 Litres,13.3 Litres/Sec.

2) R039-11000 Litres,13.3 Litres/Sec.

3) R019-6000 Litres,6.66 Litres/Sec.
4 De-icing facilities NIL
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft NIL
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft NIL
7 Remarks MOORING FACILITY : NIL
VAID AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES
     
1 Hotels IN THE CITY
2 Restaurants AVAILABLE IN TERMINAL BUILDING
3 Transportation TAXI
4 Medical facilities MI ROOM AT AD, HOSPITALS IN THE CITY
5 Bank and Post Office BANK EXTENSION COUNTER AND ATM AVAILABLE

P.O. : NIL
6 Tourist office M.P. Tourism Counter Available
7 Remarks NIL
VAID AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES
     
1 AD category for fire fighting AS PER ATS HR, CAT VII
2 Rescue equipment 02 CFT & 2 AMBULANCES + 01 STANDBY (for each)
3 Capability for removal of disabled aircraft AS PER DISABLED AIRCRAFT REMOVAL PLAN AVAILABLE AT INDORE
4 Remarks NIL
     
VAID AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY- CLEARING
     
1 Types of Clearing Equipment NIL
2 Clearance priorities NIL
3 Remarks AD OPERATIONAL DURING ALL SEASONS.

JACKAL/ SEASONAL BIRD ACTIVITY
VAID AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS DATA
             
1 Apron surface and strength Stand No. Surface Strength Suitable For Remark
1 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T A321-200, B737-900 New Apron
2 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T A321-200, B737-900 New Apron
3 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T A321-200, B737-900 New Apron
4 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T A321-200, B737-900 New Apron
5 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T A321-200, B737-900 New Apron
6 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T ATR-72-500 New Apron
7 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T DH8D(Q-400)/HN74 New Apron
8 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T A-320-200 Old Apron
9 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T ATR-72-500 Old Apron
10 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T ATR-72-500 Old Apron
11 Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T ATR-72-500 Old Apron
ISOLATION BAY Composite APRON- Concrete 62/R/B/W/T   DIMENSION 110M x 120 M TO ACCOMMODATE B767-400
MPFC APRON   7/R/B/W/T    
             
2. Taxiway width, surface and strength Taxiway Width & Surface Strength Remark
A 23M, Asphalt 66/F/C/W/T Connects Old Apron
B 23M, Asphalt 68/F/C/W/T Connects Old Apron
C 23M, Asphalt 62/F/C/W/T Connects New Apron
D 23M, CONCRETE 62/R/B/W/T Connects New Apron
F 23M, CONCRETE 62/R/B/W/T connects Isolation bay
E 7.5M, Asphalt 7/F/C/W/T Connnects RWY to flying club
3 ACL and elevation Location : TWY BRAVO: 90 MTS FROM RWY CENTER LINE        
Elevation :  (560.160 MTS / 1837 FEET)        
Location : TWY CHARLIE: 308.60 MTS FROM RWY CENTER LINE         
Elevation : (561.288 MTS / 1841 FEET)        
Location : TWY DELTA: 207.30 MTS FROM RWY CENTER LINE  
Elevation :  (563.107 MTS / 1847 FEET)  
4 VOR/ INS checkpoints VOR : TWY C TRACK: 060.05 deg./1.8NM

              TWY D TRACK: 060.23 deg./1.7NM
 
INS : NIL  
5 Remark : 
VAID AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS
     
1 Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft stands Taxiing guidance signs at all intersections with TWY and RWY and at all holding position, Guidelines at apron.

Taxiing guidance provided on R/T also.
2 RWY and TWY markings and LGT RWY – MARKED: DESIGNATION, THR, TDZ, AIMING POINT, CENTRELINE, RWY EDGE.

LIGHTED: THR, EDGE, AND END.

TWY – MARKED: CENTRE LINE, EDGE , RUNWAY HOLDING POSITIONS ON ALL, TWY CENTRELINE ALL TWY

LIGHTED: EDGE.
3 Stop bars NIL
4 Remarks NIL
VAID AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES
           
In approach / TKOF areas
1 2 3 4 5 6
RWY NR/Area affected Obstacle type Coordinates Elevation Marking/LGT Remarks
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224338.01N 0754847.58E 1852 FT ---- ----
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224334.86N 0754850.26E 1853 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224334.87N 0754850.26E 1853 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224337.92N 0754847.99E 1852 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224335.99N 0754850.73E 1853 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224338.10N 0754847.17E 1851 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224338.19N 0754846.76E 1851 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT 224333.37N 0754849.61E 1852 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected PERIMETER LIGHT ON CW 224338.29N 0754846.35E 1851 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected LIGHT POST 224338.58N 0754844.31E 1849 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected TREE 224340.31N 0754905.19E 1886 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected LIGHT POST 224338.78N 0754843.60E 1848 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected ELECTRICAL POLE 224344.30N 0754855.72E 1875 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected LIGHT POST 224338.99N 0754842.89E 1849 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected LIGHT POST 224339.19N 0754842.20E 1849 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected TREE 224343.54N 0754859.03E 1882 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected OVERHEAD WATER TANK 224351.76N 0754919.45E 1924 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected LIGHT POST 224339.40N 0754841.47E 1849 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected SIGNAGE BOARD 224338.07N 0754856.38E 1874 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected TREE 224256.49N 0754657.02E 1871 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected TREE 224333.61N 0754849.72E 1864 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected TREE 224332.86N 0754849.08E 1875 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected TREE 224338.88N 0754856.84E 1884 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected STREET LIGHT 224331.76N 0754849.01E 1864 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected HANGER 224331.76N 0754847.99E 1863 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected STREET LIGHT 224333.33N 0754849.64E 1865 FT    
APCH-25 TKOF-07 affected HANGER 224332.68N 0754848.50E 1868 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224256.48N 0754728.41E 1861 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224256.49N 0754728.38E 1861 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224339.88N 0754839.32E 1861 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224302.24N 0754711.89E 1862 FT    
In circling area and at AD LIGHT POST 224339.61N 0754840.75E 1849 FT    
In circling area and at AD LT LINE 224311.21N 0754731.12E 1880 FT    
In circling area and at AD LT LINE 224311.04N 0754730.30E 1880 FT    
In circling area and at AD TREE 224341.74N 0754835.32E 1905 FT    
In circling area and at AD AERODROME BEACON 224333.74N 0754813.81E 1928 FT LGT ----
In circling area and at AD ATC TOWER 224333.74N 0754813.81E 1928 FT LGT ----
In circling area and at AD LT LINE 224310.83N 0754729.21E 1880 FT    
In circling area and at AD OVERHEAD WATER TANK 224353.46N 0754754.36E 1995 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224339.83N 0754839.43E 1861 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224256.63N 0754728.29E 1861 FT    
In circling area and at AD TOWER 224342.75N 0754835.01E 1925 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224339.78N 0754839.26E 1861 FT    
In circling area and at AD TREE 224347.70N 0754759.78E 1995 FT    
In circling area and at AD TREE 224330.84N 0754848.28E 1868 FT    
In circling area and at AD TREE 224308.65N 0754724.42E 1886 FT    
In circling area and at AD HANGER 224330.82N 0754847.62E 1866 FT    
In circling area and at AD CELL PHONE MAST 224420.01N 0754730.79E 2005 FT    
In circling area and at AD TREE 224345.85N 0754755.15E 2007 FT    
In circling area and at AD OLD TERMINAL BUILDING 224340.10N 0754833.64E 1909 FT    
In circling area and at AD TEMPLE 224349.60N 0754753.90E 2010 FT    
In circling area and at AD HIGHMAST 224341.30N 0754826.42E 1948 FT LGT ----
In circling area and at AD PERIMETER LIGHT 224308.63N 0754726.34E 1860 FT    
In circling area and at AD HIGHMAST 224341.28N 0754826.43E 1948 FT LGT ----
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224317.55N 0754745.70E 1878 FT    
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224317.52N 0754745.82E 1878 FT    
In circling area and at AD LIGHT POST 224330.46N 0754848.42E 1862 FT    
In circling area and at AD TREE 224310.64N 0754729.37E 1877 FT    
In circling area and at AD HIGHMAST 224342.55N 0754835.12E 1918 FT LGT ----
In circling area and at AD WATCH TOWER 224302.26N 0754711.76E 1862 FT    
In circling area and at AD LIGHT POST 224308.32N 0754725.62E 1860 FT    
In circling area and at AD CELL PHONE MAST 224148.34N 0754712.84E 2023 FT    
In circling area and at AD CELL PHONE MAST 224427.90N 0754735.59E 2041 FT    
In circling area and at AD AIR MAST 233805.0 N 0754908.0 E 2618 FT    
In circling area and at AD TV MAST 224230.0 N 0755332.0 E 2333 FT    
In circling area and at AD RAILWAY MAST 224251.0 N 0755216.0 E 2087 FT    
VAID AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED
     
1 Associated MET Office INDORE, CLASS C
2 Hours of service MET Office outside hours H24
3 Office responsible for TAF preparation period of validity BHOPAL 9 AND 24
4 Trend forecast interval of issuance NIL
5 Briefing/consultation provided ON REQUEST
6 Flight documentation Language(s) used TABULAR FORM ENGLISH
7 Charts and other information available for briefing and consultation NIL
8 Supplementary equipment available for providing information NIL
9 ATS units provided with information INDORE ATC AND ACS
10 Additional information (limitation of service, etc.) DOCUMENTS PROVIDED AS REQUESTED
VAID AD 2.12 PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
           
Designations RWY NR TRUE & MAG BRG Dimensions of RWY (M) Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWY THR coordinates THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APP RWY (FT)
1 2 3 4 5 6
07 65.06 DEG 2754X45M CH : 0M TO 1707M - 82/F/C/W/T

CH : 1707M TO 2287M - 64/F/C/W/T

CH : 2287M TO 2750M - 78/F/C/W/T
224256.17N 0754713.01E THR: 1836 FT

TDZ: 1851FT
25 245.06 DEG 2754X45M CH : 0M TO 1707M - 82/F/C/W/T

CH : 1707M TO 2287M - 64/F/C/W/T

CH : 2287M TO 2750M - 78/F/C/W/T
224333.96N 0754840.53E THR: 1837 FT

TDZ: 1844 FT
Slope of RWY-SWY SWY dimensions (M) CWY dimensions (M) Strip dimensions (M) OFZ Remarks
7 8 9 10 11 12
+0.55% upto 990m & - 0.25% for next 1760m NIL NIL 2874 x 150 NIL RESA 90x90 M
+0.25% upto 1760m &-0.55 % for next 990m NIL NIL 2874 x 150 NIL RESA 90x90 M
VAID AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES
           
RWY designator TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M) LDA (M) Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6
07 2754 2754 2754 2754  
25 2754 2754 2754 2754  
VAID AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING
             
Designations RWY APCH LGT TYPE LEN INTST THR LGT COLOUR WBAR VASIS (MEHT) PAPI TDZ, LGT LEN RWY centre line LGT Length, spacing, colour and intensity RWY edge LGT Length, spacing, colour and intensity
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
07 SALS 420 M LIH THR LGT : GREEN PAPI Left/3 DEG 50.62 FT  NA NA 2754M 60M White LIH
25 SALS 420 M LIH THR LGT : GREEN PAPI Left/3 DEG 49.82 FT NA NA 2754M 60M White LIH
RWY end LGT colour WBAR SWY LGT LEN (M) colors Remarks
8 9 10
END LGT : RED NA i. Cross bar: 300M from Threshold.

ii. Distance of PAPI from THR 07: 278.7M

iii. Type of SALS fittings: Elevated spherical.

iv. RWY LGT AVBL with 2 ALT circuits
END LGT : RED NA i. Cross bar: 300M from Threshold.

ii. Distance of PAPI from THR 25: 298M.

iii. RWY LGT AVBL with 2 ALT circuits 
VAID AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY
     
1 ABN/IBN Location, characteristics and hours of operation ABN : At Tower Building, FLG W&G EV2SEC.

H24

IBN : Nil
2 LDI location and LGT Anemometer location and LGT LDI: North of RWY, between TWY D and C, lighted

Anemometer: North of ATC.Lighted
3 TWY edge and centre line lighting  Center line: Nil

Edge: All TWY
4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time Secondary Power supply to all lighting at AD.

Switch-over time :11 SEC.
5 Remarks Apron Flood Lights
VAID AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA
    NOT ESTABLISHED
     
VAID AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE
     
1 Designation and lateral limits Area bounded by 224000N 0764240E, 225115N 0763600E, 230800N 0762845E, 231700N 0762845E, then along an anti-clockwise arc of 50 NM

centered at 224324N 0754820E to 224000N 0764240E
2 Vertical limits FL 55 TO FL 145
3 Airspace classification D
4 ATS unit call sign Language(s) INDORE APPROACH, ENGLISH
5 Transition altitude 5000 FT
6 Remarks FREQUENCY 122.8 MHZ
1 Designation and lateral limits Area bounded by a circle of radius 30 NM centred at ARP of Indore Airport.
2 Vertical limits GND TO FL 55
3 Airspace classification D
4 ATS unit call sign Language(s) INDORE TOWER, ENGLISH
5 Transition altitude 5000 FT
6 Remarks FREQUENCY 122.8 MHZ
VAID AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES
         
Service designation Call sign Frequency Hours of operation Remarks
1 2 3 4 5
ACC NA      
TAR NA      
APP INDORE APPROACH 122.8 MHZ H24 TWR AND APP COMBINED
TWR INDORE TOWER 122.8 MHZ H24 TWR AND APP COMBINED
ATIS INDORE INFORMATION 127.6 MHZ H24 NIL
GROUND FREQUENCY (AAI WALKIE TALKIE) NO CALL SIGN 166.625 MHz H24  
ALRS NA      
RSR NA      
VAID AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS
             
Type of aid CAT of ILS/MLS (For VOR/ILS/MLS, give VAR) ID Frequency Hours of operation Site of transmitting antenna ELEV of DME transmitting antenna Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
NDB ID 335.0 kHz H24 224347.1 N 0754836.3 E ---  
LLZ 25 IIDR 110.9 MHz  H24 224243.7 N 0754643.3 E --- CWTX1/

TX2:

3.34/3.3°
GP 25 - 330.8 MHz  H24 224329.1 N 0754835.3 E --- GP ANGLE– TX1/TX2 : 2.99° / 3° RDH 53FT( AS PER NOTAM, REFER NOTAM)
DVOR/DME IID 1138/1201 MHZ H24 224238.2N 0754646.2E 1848FT COLOCATE D WITH VOR “IID”
DME( ILS) IIDR 1007/1070 MHZ H24 224329.1N 0754835.3E 1836FT COLOCATE D WITH GP 25
VOR IID 116.7 MHz H24 224238.2N 0754646.2E --- ---
VAID AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES
     
VAID AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
     
1. Installation of illuminated national flag on 30.5m high monumental flag pole. Coordinate of flag pole: 224340.9N0754812.6E Height of mast: 591.50M AMSL

2. Prior coordination required for parking stands.

3. Intermediate Dumbbell available as per following details:

  i. Location: South West of Aerodrome

  ii. Surface: Concrete

  iii. PCN: 57/R/C/X/U

  iv. Coordinates: 224302.66N0754731.02E

  v. Lighting: Edge Lights

  vi. Critical Aircraft: A321-200/B737-800

  vii. For departure from Intermediate Turning Pad from RWY 07, following

  distances are available.

  TORA (M) TODA (M) ASDA (M)

  2287 2287 2287

  viii. Departure from this Intermediate Turning Pad can be initiated by ATC as Intermediate departure RWY 07 with concurrence of Pilot or requested by Pilot.

4. Apron Edge, Vehicular Lane, Wing Tip Clearance marking, Equipment Limit Line/ safety Clearance line and parking stand marking available.

5. Apron Flood Lights & edge lights available.

6. NDB APPROACH RWY 25 WITHDRAWN. REFER NOTAM NO. G1077/17
VAID AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME
     
    1. ILS RWY 25
    2. VOR RWY 25
    3. VOR RWY 07
    4. Aerodrome Chart
    5. Aircraft Parking/ Docking Chart
    6. Aerodrome Obstacle Chart Type-A (Obstacle Limitations) RWY 07
    7. Aerodrome Obstacle Chart Type-A (Obstacle Limitations) RWY 25
    8. Vertical significance chart
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AAI Airport Director
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Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport Indore (MP)- 452005
Telephone: 
Terminal Related Enquiries: +91-731-2626326-27 Mob:+91-9425057716, Airport Dir.: +91-731-2629455 (O), +91-731-2622021(R) (Not for enquiry)
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91-731-2620278, 2621530
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