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Ground Handling Agreement Means

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The restoration includes unloading unused food and beverages from the aircraft, as well as loading fresh produce and beverages for passengers and crew. The airline`s meals are usually delivered in airline service trolleys. Empty or waste-filled trolleys from the previous flight are replaced by fresh trolleys. Meals are usually prepared on the floor to minimize the amount of additives (except refrigeration or heating) in the air. Airlines with less frequent service or resources on one site may provide ground-handling or on-call aircraft to another airline, as this is a more favourable short-term alternative to implementing their own ground-handling or maintenance capabilities. Airlines can participate in an industry Ground Service Agreement (MAGSA). MAGSA is published by the Air Transport Association (the current version dates from 1981) and is used by airlines to assess maintenance and assistance prices for aircraft at so-called MAGSA rates, which are updated annually based on changes in the U.S. producer price index. [Citation required] Airlines may opt for stopover assistance services under the terms of a Standard Ground Handling Agreement (SGHA) published in the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Airport Management Manual. [4] Airlines may also enter into stopover assistance services under atypical conditions. Media related to aircraft grounding assistance at Wikimedia Commons In the aviation field, aircraft ground assistance behaviour defines the maintenance of an aircraft while it is on the ground and is (normally) parked at a terminal door of an airport.

Many airlines provide airport dock assistance services, stopover assistance agents or even another airline. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), conservative estimates suggest that airlines relocate more than 50% of stopover assistance to airports around the world. [1] Stopover assistance meets the many service requirements of a commercial aircraft between the arrival of a terminal and the departure of the next flight. Speed, efficiency and accuracy are important for ground-handling services to minimize transit time (the time the aircraft must remain parked at the gate). [2] Faster rotations for lower ground times are correlated with better gains. [3] Most ground services are not directly related to the actual flight of the aircraft, but involve other tasks.