Oracle Aviation (Introduction).
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Oracle Aviation Private Limited, was established in 1994 in order to provide aviation management consultancy, operations and services which combined technical and operational advice and / or activities with senior management expertise. In the due course of time, the need arose for a border company base, and so a number of carefully chosen associations were made.
These enable the firm to exploit a wide working experience, with support from other companies, together with making a significant contribution to their expertise.
Our mission is to deliver a full scope of management solutions and services to control costs, develop and enhance sources of non-aeronautical revenues and optimize operational efficiencies while maintaining high levels of service for airline passengers and other users.
Master plan envisages phased development of facilities. First phase includes all essential facilities to make airport fully functional.
Airside facilities:• Runway: 3600m long, 45m wide with 7.5m wide shoulders corresponding to International Civil Aviation Authority Category 4E. Flexible pavement (bituminous surface) for ease in construction maintenance.• Link Taxiway: 23m wide with 7.5m wide shoulders.• Apron: For both passenger & cargo use. 30,500 m2 area. Combination of flexible/rigid pavements. Nose-in parking for 3 wide-bodied aircrafts. Separate equipment parking area. Illumination for night time operations.• Air Traffic Control (ATC) Tower: Facilities and equipment for communications and control. • Air Field Lighting: Simple approach lighting system on centerline of one side of runway. Threshold lighting at both ends of runway. Elevated edge lights along runway & taxiway length. PAPI system on simple approach lighting side. Provision for future ILS.• FCR Facility: To be designed and equipped as per ICAO Category 9 airport requirements.
United Kingdom - California
33 Business Class Seats (Weber)
125 Economy Class Seats (BE-PTC)
In-flight Entertainment System
Frequency MLG LH 30,000 hrs. 18,000 cyc. 10 yrs.
MLG RH 30,000 hrs. 18,000 cyc. 10 yrs.
Goal: Fly from A to B safely and profitably