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VISION: To be one of the leading Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) in the world. MISSION: To provide safe, efficient, effective and economic Air Navigation Services to airspace users, through deployment of new technologies and dedicated workforce.

 

FUNCTIONS OF AN AIS OFFICER INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:

  1. An AIS officer is responsible for receiving and/or originating, collating/assembling, editing, formatting, publishing/storing and distributing aeronautical information/data concerning the entire territory of the state (Nigeria) as well as areas in which the state is responsible for ATS outside its territory.
  2. An AIS officer is to take all necessary measures to provide properly organized system containing procedures, processes and resources necessary to implement quality management at every stage as outlined in 3.1.7 in Annex 15.
  3. An AIS officer is to ensure that the established quality system provides users with the necessary assurance and confidence that distributed aeronautical information/data satisfy stated requirements for data traceability by the use of appropriate procedures in every stage of data production or data modification process.
  4. AIS is to produce AIP that are intended primarily to satisfy international requirements for the exchange of aeronautical information of a lasting character essential to air navigation.  Where appropriate, an AIS officer is to produce maps, charts, or diagrams to be used to complement or as a substitute for the tabulations or text of Aeronautical Information publications.
  5. Aeronautical Chart Services personnel is charged with the sole responsibility of ensuring the acquisition and management of aeronautical charts necessary for the safety, regularity and the efficiency of air navigation.
  6. Aeronautical Survey personnel are saddled with the responsibility of data acquisition and data processing with the application of sophisticated survey equipment such as GPS, Total Station and Digital leveling etc.

 

Other functions include:

  • Responsible for the formulation, execution and review of relevant AIS policies and programs relating to operations and standards.
  • Responsible for enforcing compliance with rules, regulations and standard procedures.
  • Making recommendations and updating all AIS Operations and Standards.
  • Coordinate the information and raw data required for formation of relevant policies and operations.
  • Responsible for Quality Control and determination of the confidence level in matters of NOTAM, crew briefing.
  • Responsible for pre and post flight bulletin analysis.
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