The Brunei Air Traffic Control began its modest operation in 1953 from a control tower on stilts with attap roof at Berakas Area in the civility of an old runway built during World War II. This was in line with the introduction of commercial air transportation connecting Bandar Brunei with Anduki in the Belait District, Labuan in Sabah and Lutong in Sarawak.
Then Air Traffic Control Services were provided from a control tower located at Brunei Old Airport Terminal Building in 1958 until 1974 when the Brunei International Airport became Operational. Radar Control Service was introduced in 1983. With the rapid growth of global air transportation a new Air Traffic Services Centre equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technology in surveillance and tracking was commissioned on 29th April 1997.
The objective of this technical visit is to know more about the Fault Control room, Radar Centre and Control Tower, the technology being used, operation, project management and to learn about the any related activities, etc.
The programme of this visit shall be as follows:
- Presentation by Head of Air Navigation Services Section
- Visit to Radar Centre
- Visit to Control Tower
- Visit to Fault Control Room
Note that there will be a limited number of visitors allowed for this visit. For registration purpose or for further inquiries, kindly contact our Honorary Secretary via email at email@example.com latest by 28th February 2020. A copy of your Identity Card (front and back) will be required for security passes. Kindly attach this when registering via email.