FROM THE CHAIRMAN'S DESK
Aircraft are designed to fly across our skies in a streamlined and efficient fashion.
When aircraft is in air; In-flight services plays a major role (training of flight attendants)… Working as cabin crew for a major airline is an exciting and challenging experience. In addition to jetting off to exotic destinations, the job also requires a high degree of responsibility and specialization to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers in line with industry regulations.
When aircraft is on Ground; When aircraft is on ground, however, a great deal of effort is required to support them in preparation for take-off, and again, after landing (commonly referred as an aircraft “turnaround”). Many of these services take place inside Airport Passenger and Cargo Terminal Building and on the airport ramp (sometimes referred to as apron or tarmac), which is area of the airport where aircraft are parked, unloaded or loaded, refuelled and passengers deboarding and boarding processes takes place. The tasks performed during these operations in this location are referred to as Airport Passenger and Baggage handling procedures and where Aircrafts are handled comes under Airport Ramp Services.