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manufacturers, often considered the cream of the crop in Europe, have responded
with characteristic alacrity to the global downturn, writes Richard Rowe
Germany's ground support expertise has never been in question and the...
Safety The potential for incursion incidents and injuries is great on active
airport aprons and runways. Ground personnel need to stay diligent in their
efforts to keep safe, writes Michelle Garetson.
To an airline or ground handler, the term "Special
Needs Passenger" can define a wheelchair-bound person, or a blind person
with a service animal, or a child with a leg cast and crutches - basically,
anyone who needs extra...