Ground Handling Equipment
Aviation may be the way the business world moves most efficiently, but aviation cannot function without regular assistance on the ground, help matched to the plane and the airport. Whether draining and replenishing the lavatory fluids, pumping cold air into the cabin during a ground stop, keeping the electrical systems humming without draining the batteries, or moving the plane from and back to the hangar between missions, ground-support machinery is what helps keep aviation in business.
While some companies in the ground handling business have established an intricate system of in-house support that allows their operations to run at near-peak maintenance efficiency, other companies may find it more difficult to cover the expense of constant maintenance and support of their GHE, and look to contract with outside service providers.
SRS is looking to find a niche in the AFRICAN market with its model of GHE fleet support. Airlines are always looking for new ways to manage their companies in order to maximize income, and a good way to do that is maximize the daily utilization of their fleet. A high daily utilization can be achieved with short turnarounds. However a short turnaround must not affect the service quality of the flight and must obviously not reduce safety aspects, consequently it requires the consideration of all ground handling aspects
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