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About ANWS


The Air Navigation and Weather Services, CAA, MOTC performs its function in accordance with the rules and regulations of ICAO and relevant international standards thereby providing all information on air traffic control, flight information, aeronautical meteorology, aeronautical telecommunication, ground-based navaids for all civilian and military aircrafts inside the Taipei Flight Information Region round-the-clock. Its responsibility is to ensure flight safety and air transport convenience and take “Flight Safety, World Class, Air Traffic Service and Customer Satisfaction” as its quality policy to provide timely, accurate and complete air traffic service to air travelers.



ANWS has completed the installation plan of communication, navigation and surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) system for assuring flight safety and upgrading air traffic service quality. This unveiled a new era of air traffic service in the Republic of China. In the future, we will futher our effort to provide integrated, innovative and thoughtful services to customers with safety as the foremost concern in order to achieve the vision of “Flight Safety, World Class, Air Traffic Service and Customer Satisfaction.”



According to Article 2 of the “Organization Act of the Air Navigation and Weather Services under the Civil Aeronautics Administration of the MOTC,” ANWS is charged with the following responsibilities:


Collecting, arranging and editing domestic/international aeronautical information, and publishing NOTAM, as well as providing flight information services.


Providing air traffic control service and verification of inbound/outbound aircrafts within Taipei FIR.


Transmission services of the aircraft status and domestic/international aeronautical telecommunication.


Collecting, processing the domestic/international aeronautical meteorological data, and providing services, such as aeronautical meteorological observations, forecasts, and watches.


Planning, designing, managing, monitoring, maintaining, researching and improving Air Traffic Services (ATS).


Planning, researching and developing in Flight Information, Air Traffic Control, Aeronautical Telecommunication and Aeronautical Meteorology.


Setup, improvement plan and related technical-information research of ATS equipment.


Registration, transportation, storage, distribution, supply, procurement and management of ATS equipment.


Other ATS related issues.