Airnav to Spend Rp1.8t On New Radar at Soekarno-Hatta
MARCH 11, 2015
Jakarta. Airnav, Indonesia’s state navigation operator, has set aside Rp 1.8 trillion ($136 million) for navigation system and surveillance equipment this year, to improve its capabilities amid increasing air traffic in the country.
Airnav will install three new Mode-S Monopulse Secondary Surveillance radars at the Jakarta Air Traffic Service Center (JATSC) system at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Airnav Indonesia president director Bambang Tjahjono said on Tuesday.