Indra is set to improve flight capacity and safety in India with a pioneering system that centralises all air traffic surveillance and management phases


Indra, a leading global technological engineering company for the aerospace, defence and mobility sectors, will deploy an integrated system to centralise all the phases of air traffic surveillance and control in India, helping to improve flight safety, increase management capacity and efficiency and reduce delays, emissions and noise pollution.

Following a demanding open international bidding process that has lasted over two years, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has awarded Indra and their local partners a contract worth more than 55 million euros to deploy its pioneering solution at five of the country’s main air traffic control centers and airports: Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Navi Mumbai and Mopa.

Indra’s solution incorporates the most advanced tools in the sector to perform the automated air traffic management and tracking of civilian aircraft from the moment they leave their parking stands and begin to move through the departure airport until they land and arrive at their parking stands at their destinations.