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Business Buzz
Upcoming Events
March 29-31
GHI Americas
Miami, FL
April 5-7
NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers
San Diego, CA
Jet Aviation Receives IS-BAH
Stage 2 Safety Registration for
Scottsdale and Bozeman
Jet Aviation has received International
Standard for Business Aircraft Handling
(IS-BAH) Stage 2 safety registration
for its two newest FBO locations in the
USA. With these new certificates, all 11
Jet Aviation FBOs in the USA are Stage
2 registered. The company currently
operates 30 IS-BAH-registered FBOs
around the world.
Launched in 2014 by the International
Business Aviation Council (IBAC), the
IS-BAH registration process was established
to ensure handling systems,
processes and practices meet rigorous
safety and security standards.
" Congratulations to the Jet Aviation
Scottsdale and Bozeman locations for
achieving IS-BAH Stage 2, " said Terry
Yeomans, IBAC's director of the IS-BAH
program. " We've been working with
Jet Aviation for many years now and
compliment them on placing such high
value on safe operations. We look forward
to continuing our relationship for
many years to come. "
Ronald Schneider, Jet Aviation's
director and GM of Bozeman, said, " We
are delighted to have our robust safety
measures recognized by the industry.
As the highest international safety
standard for ground handling, this is a
great achievement for a job well done
by the entire Bozeman team. " Schneider
further stated that his continual advice
to the team is, " preparation is the key
to success. "
April 27-29
MRO Americas
Dallas, TX
April 29-May 4
NEC/AAAE International
Aviation Snow Symposium
Buffalo, NY
May 3-5
NBAA Maintenance Conference
San Antonio, TX
May 23-25
CNS Partnership Conference
Phoenix, AZ
May 23-25
European Business Aviation
Convention & Exhibition (EBACE)
Geneva, Switzerland
May 30-June 2
IATA Ground Handling Conference
Paris, France
New Ground Handling
Agreement Template to
Facilitate a Safe and Efficient
Aviation Ecosystem
Airports Council International (ACI)
World, in collaboration with the Airport
Services Association (ASA), has released
a new Ground Handling Service Provider
(GHSP) and Airport Operator Agreement
Template to facilitate and promote
a safe and efficient aviation ecosystem.
The agreement template is a crucial
guidance document to improve collaboration
between airport operators
and GHSPs, by helping to formalize the
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relationships between the organizations
as well as to harmonize requirements
and standards for operating at an airport
and around an aircraft.
The guidance document can also help
overcome some of the additional safety
challenges brought on by the social
and economic impact of the pandemic,
namely the capacity to offer services
according to defined service levels.
Together, through improved operational
harmonization and human
performance, the agreement template
has the potential to improve the
safety and efficiency of the aviation
ecosystem for the benefit of current and
future consumers.
" The ACI-ASA Ground Handling
Service Provider and Airport Operator
Agreement Template is essential to iron
out the much-needed harmonization
of operational requirements for ground
handlers working at the airport environment,
essential for a safe and efficient
aviation ecosystem and ensuring closer
collaboration between airports and
GHSPs. Aviation is a symbiotic relationship
where each stakeholder must rely
on the other, " ACI World director general
Luis Felipe de Oliviera said.


Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of march2022

Editor's Note: EAGLE'S Efforts to Promote Unleaded Avgas
Business Buzz
Industry Expert Column: Break the Ground Damage Code
Support for Air Cargo
Ground Handlers' Green Plans
Perishable Cargo in the Pandemic Age
Autonomous Vehicles Gaining Traction in Ground Support
Goldhofer's Emission-free Towbarless Tractor
Product Hangar
Celebrating 30 Years
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march2022 - Editor's Note: EAGLE'S Efforts to Promote Unleaded Avgas
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march2022 - Business Buzz
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march2022 - Industry Expert Column: Break the Ground Damage Code
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march2022 - Support for Air Cargo
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march2022 - Ground Handlers' Green Plans
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march2022 - Perishable Cargo in the Pandemic Age
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march2022 - Autonomous Vehicles Gaining Traction in Ground Support
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march2022 - Goldhofer's Emission-free Towbarless Tractor
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march2022 - Product Hangar
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march2022 - Celebrating 30 Years
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