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Ground handling is the process of servicing an aircraft when it is parked, usually between flights whilst the plane is at the airport terminal gate.
Ground handling is frequently subcontracted by airlines to the airports they use, to third-party agents or to other airlines.
The ground handling team is made up of staff who perform a wide range of functions including:
- Ramp handling: guiding the plane into position and operating
- Servicing vehicles on the tarmac
- Refuelling and maintenance of the aircraft
- Clearing of the cabin and restocking of the catering supplies
- Check-in and boarding at the terminal gate
26 October 2019 | By Nokia
Understand the deployment options and private wireless solutions utilised to enhance airport operations.
Aging GSE risks being not just a liability but a serious barrier to future growth, and so smaller airports determined not to be left behind must consider alternative investment opportunities. Jay Lucas, Aviation Specialist at Arkle Finance, provided more information.
New gates will be added on all three concourses to allow DEN’s airlines an opportunity to grow and for DEN to accommodate new airlines.
4 October 2019 | By Dassault Systèmes
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR The right resource allocation is key in improving passenger flow at your airport. But without an holistic view on the operations, inefficient or even counter-productive decisions are easily made. In this webinar Dassault Systèmes explain how a passenger flow model can be used to determine the optimal…
24 September 2019 | By Vision-Box
Join us on the 6 November as industry experts explore the current developments of seamless travel around the world through real-life implementation, lessons learned and subsequent best practice.
Discover how to make use of data analytics to make smarter decisions when it matters most – in real time.
How does Southwest Airlines mobilise a 21,000-strong workforce to serve 175 million passengers every year? Find out in this video.
Virgin Atlantic is on track to realize its vision of offering the best passenger experience while keeping staff happy and costs low.
Safety is supposed to be everyone’s top priority in the world of airports, airlines and ground service providers. However, as Wayne Anaka, President of AVCON, highlights, in reality safety is having to compete with on-time performance and profitability.
Download the free checklist to help you identify and report safety issues and observations in your airside operations.
5 August 2019 | By IDEMIA
The growing number of travellers passing through airports consequently increases the number of tasks airport operators must complete, whilst enhancing potential threats. However, an enlarged amount of traffic cannot be at the expense of security. Video analytics can enhance the capacity of existing infrastructure and video management systems. Video analysis…