New Delhi [India], Oct 15 (ANI): Airports Authority of India (AAI) on Monday announced the appointment of Vineet Gulati as an Air Navigation Services member on the board of the AAI.
Before being appointed to this coveted top post, he has served at AAI in various capacities- as Executive Director (Air Traffic Management), General Manager (Air Traffic Flow Management) and Air Traffic Controller -in ATC Centers at various international airports.
Gulati was selected as an Aerodrome Officer in 1985, and has since gained wide experience in the field of air navigation services, airport operations and management.
In a release regarding his appointment as an ANS Member, the AAI informed that Gulati has held all the procedural and surveillance ATC ratings and has been an on-the-job training instructor as well.
Gulati has vast experience of working at Mumbai, Delhi, Guwahati and Lucknow Airports of AAI. He is also a trained Procedure Designer for Procedures regarding Air Navigation Services Operations (PANS-OPS).
The newly-appointed member has also served as a Technical Advisor to the Representative of India in the Council of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Montreal from 2009 to 2012.
He has been mainly responsible for implementation of Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM), Management of Air Traffic Services, development of Aeronautical Survey, Aerodrome Licensing and ANS Integrated Planning Group (IPG). He was also responsible for the establishment of Research and Development Wing of Air Navigation Services.
One of the foremost contributions of Gulati has been the formulation of India`s Air Navigation Strategic Plan 2020. (ANI)