AIRLINES JOBS
ON TRANSIT AIRCRAFT

Joha Rahman
http://pramugari.info/
WHAT IS A TRANSIT AIRCRAFT

 The aircraft is at a short stop at the terminal to
  disembark and take up new passengers.
...
WHAT HAPPEN ON TRANSIT AIRCRAFTS
 There are many activities required to be
  performed.
 Most activities would require p...
PASSENGERS RELATED ACTIVITIES

   The aircraft has to be cleared of the incoming
    passengers.
     The works include ...
CARGO AND BAGGAGE

 Off loading the destinations’ cargo and
  baggage.
 Rearranging the Cargo and Bags for easy off
  lo...
FOOD AND BEVERAGE

 Offload the total food from the incoming sector.
 Loading of the new set of food and beverages.

 M...
ENGINEERING RELATED

 The engines oil have to be checked and top up.
 Quick walk around check to ensure the aircraft
  h...
FLYING RELATED

 The pilot will counter check for aircraft
  readiness to fly for the next sector.
 The new group of pas...
WHO ARE INVOLVED

 The pilots
 The cabin crews

 The engineering staff

 The traffic personnel

 The Cargo personnel
...
THE RESOURCE




Blog site: http://pramugari.info/

     The author had work with an international airline
        for mor...
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Airlines jobs on transit aircraft

  1. 1. AIRLINES JOBS ON TRANSIT AIRCRAFT Joha Rahman http://pramugari.info/
  2. 2. WHAT IS A TRANSIT AIRCRAFT  The aircraft is at a short stop at the terminal to disembark and take up new passengers.  Technically the stop should be less than 4 hours.  Longer stops will normally requires the aircraft to be moved to a distant location to free the gate for other aircrafts.
  3. 3. WHAT HAPPEN ON TRANSIT AIRCRAFTS  There are many activities required to be performed.  Most activities would require prior planning and the short time for the transit is barely enough to implement the final stage of the processes.  For example, new set of food to be loaded, requires the passenger list to be made, food to be cooked and ready in a truck waiting for the aircraft to arrive.
  4. 4. PASSENGERS RELATED ACTIVITIES  The aircraft has to be cleared of the incoming passengers.  The works include checking that the aircraft are clear of any passengers and their baggages and valuables.  Prepare the cabin for the next group of passengers.  Work include cleaning the cabin, prepare the passengers amenities and seat belts.
  5. 5. CARGO AND BAGGAGE  Off loading the destinations’ cargo and baggage.  Rearranging the Cargo and Bags for easy off loading at the next destination.  Loading of the new loads of cargo and baggage.
  6. 6. FOOD AND BEVERAGE  Offload the total food from the incoming sector.  Loading of the new set of food and beverages.  Most of the food are precooked, they have only to be reheated. Reheating is easy with the new galleys’ (aircraft kitchen) equipments.  Beverages and drinks, once opened have to be discarded.
  7. 7. ENGINEERING RELATED  The engines oil have to be checked and top up.  Quick walk around check to ensure the aircraft had not external damage, look for dents, holes and sign of stress.  The tyres and brakes are check for wear limit.  Review the aircraft logs for defects,  Refuel the aircraft to the required figures
  8. 8. FLYING RELATED  The pilot will counter check for aircraft readiness to fly for the next sector.  The new group of passengers will board the aircraft upon clearance by the pilot and the cabin crew.
  9. 9. WHO ARE INVOLVED  The pilots  The cabin crews  The engineering staff  The traffic personnel  The Cargo personnel  Catering organisation  Support groups – ground handlers
  10. 10. THE RESOURCE Blog site: http://pramugari.info/ The author had work with an international airline for more than 35 years, the last 10 years in Training and development. eMail : mktg@joharahman.com

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