Airport Ground Handling Operations- Terminal/ Ramp/ Aircraft Exteriors/ Cabin and Catering/ Passenger services. Various Powered and Non Powered Equipments used in Terminal – Ramp operations/ marshaling signals . Few Ground Handling Agencies/ Operators worldwide. A brief on process of operations- After aircraft Landing, Taxing, Marshaling, Parking, Push back, Taxing, take off. A brief on equipments like tow bars, push back trucks, baggage loaders, dollies, Ground Power Unit, chocks and tripod jacks etc.
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Airport Ground Handling Management- Equipments and Services
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