Current Projects

Mission

The U.S-India Aviation Cooperation Program (ACP) was established in 2007 as a public-private partnership between the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), other US Government agencies and U.S. Companies.

The ACP supports the growth of the Indian civil aerospace sector by working directly with the Government of India (GOI) to identify and execute projects that encourage collaborations between US and Indian stakeholders, in the area of aerospace technology and best practices.

Objective

Sl No. Project Name Lead Indian Entity
1 CNS/ATM Modernization Roadmap
2 Executive Development Training Program (EDTP) with RGNAU
3 Sustainability Master plan for Kolkata and Lucknow Airports

GBAS at Chennai Airport (On Going)

More information coming soon.

Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)

More information coming soon.

Airport / Airspace capacity assessment by simulation

More information coming soon.

Airport Geographical Information System(AGIS) for Indian Airports

More information coming soon.

RNP-AR

More information coming soon.

TMODT Phase-II

More information coming soon.