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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
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