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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Hangzou ATM passes CAAC audit


The Hangzou Air Traffic Management Center has passed the safety audit of the Civil Aviation Administration of China. On January 1, 1957, the CAAC opened the Shanghai-Hangzhou-Nanchang-Guangzhou air route. Hangzhou Air Traffic Management Center has served 580,000 movements since it was established in January 2002. The center registered average aircraft movements of 340,000, or an average 22.6 percent increase annually. Last year, the center served 98,000 aircraft movements consisting of landings and takeoffs, twice as many as when the center was established. The center ranks third among East China area airports and ninth among China airports. In the last five years, it has fulfilled safe operations. The CAAC audit group inspected documents and records as well as audio and video files. The audit included an inspection of 1,808 items, of which 1,441 items conformed with standards and five did not conform with a conform rate of 99.65 percent. Based on the evaluation of organization and management, regulations and systems, operation management, resources distribution, information management, emergency handling, and personnel training, the initial score of the center was 96.6 points.

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