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Emerging biometric technologies have helped to simplify passenger flow and tighten security. Such measures are likely to impact the ground support community not just in terms of passenger handling, but also employee access control, writes Richard Rowe.
Deborah McElroy, President of the Regional Airline Association discusses how RAA is working with its members to promote a growth environment that also allows the airlines to operate efficiently and safely. April 2003 Q. Who and What is RAA...
Air Transport Association's recent report, Airlines In Crisis: The Perfect
Economic Storm , is not a light read. The 34-page document was released prior
to the war in Iraq, but used the pending conflict in a...
Is there a way to lessen the human error on the ramp? Communication equipment might help, reports Alicia Hammond. April 2003 Communication in any profession is important but especially so for workers on the ramp. Problems in communicating can...
Steve Bowman reports from Brisbane, Australia on the recent
AAGSC Meeting and ARTEX Safety Conference.
Tropical days and a full conference program over three
days were always going to pull a good crowd. Thirty-eight international...