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Aviation sanabeer salahudeen

  1. 1. AVIATIONASSIGNMENT SUBMITTED BY SANABEER SALAHUDEEN L1-BATCH FIAT-COCHIN
  2. 2. PURPOSE & AIM To identify and explain theprocedures for handling arange of different passengerswith special needs.
  3. 3. Different types of passengers♠ V.V.I.Ps & V.I.Ps♠ C.I.P-Commercially important persons♠ UNMs -Unaccompanied minors♠ Infirm & invalid passengers♠ Mentally challenged passengers♠ Expectant mothers♠ Mothers with infants & small children♠ Deportees
  4. 4. VIP• The passengers are boarded last and deplaned first at the destination. Very often extra security accompanies the flights in which these passengers are travelling.• Special menus, extra crew are sometimes provided on these flights.• The passengers who fall into these categories are:• Presidents & Head states of countries• Prime ministers & Head of governments• Vice Presidents• Royal visitors & members of Royal families• Governors of states & Cabinet ministers.
  5. 5. UNACCOMPANIED MINOR• The passenger who is below the age of eighteen & travelling alone is usually classified by most airlines as an unaccompanied minor.• The passenger is boarded first & Deplaned Last.• The ground staff hands over the minor to the cabin crew in charge of the Zone/section in which the minor is to be seated.• All papers & documentation are given to the cabin Crew. They are to be checked thoroughly• Emergency procedures such as fastening of seat belts, usage of oxygen mask is told to the UNM.• The location of the galley, toilets, and crew seats is shown to the UNM.• Giveways like toys & books are given to keep the UNM occupied.
  6. 6. IDENTIFICATION & HANDLING• A passenger who is below the age of eighteen & travelling alone is usually classified as an Unaccompanied minor or UNM.• ‘Giveaways’ like toys & books are given to keep the UNM occupied.• Take the special care of UNM.
  7. 7. EMBARKATION & DISEMBARKATION• The passenger is boarded first & deplaned last.• The ground staff hands over the minor to the cabin crew in charge of the zone/section in which the minor is to be seated.• All papers & documentation are given to the cabin crew. They are to be checked thoroughly.• Emergency procedures such as fastening of seat belts, usage of oxygen masks is told to the UNM.• The location of the galley, toilets and crew seats is shown to the UNM.
  8. 8. INFIRM/INVALID PAX Note:• Boarded first Some airline have Specially designed• Deplaned last “Handicap Toilet”• May be accompanied by their relatives, doctor or nurse• Seated close to the toilet• Diet should be checked• Full/ Extra assistance should be given
  9. 9. MENTALLY CHALLENGED PAX• Boarded first May look physically fit but unable to look after• Deplaned last themselves independently• May be accompanied by their relatives, doctor or nurse• Seated close to the toilet• Diet should be checked• Full/ Extra assistance should be given
  10. 10. DeporteesA person with invalid immigration documents or one who is being sent back to his country of origin because of some legal or security matters is known as deportees!
  11. 11. HANDLING OF DEPORTEES• The deportee he/she is accompanied by extra security.• They are boarded last & deplaned last.• The senior cabin crew handles all the documents of deportees.• These passengers are usually seated near galley area.• The cabin crews should observe them in flight .• Cabin crews should not serve alcoholic drinks to deportees.• Deportees are not permitted to deplane at transit halts.
  12. 12. Procedures forEmbarkation and Disembarkation
  13. 13. Embarkation• Printed Ticket checking• Baggages are passed through x-ray machine Boarding of pax into an aircraft.• Baggage’s are weighted of the pax• Check in passengers• Excess baggage are charged• Customs clearance for international pax• Boarding pass check• Baggage identification for passengers• Security check for passengers• Waiting in boarding lounge• Boarding pass check by crew• Boarding pass retained by ground staff as well as cabin crew on board
  14. 14. Disembarkation• Distribution of Deplaning of passengers from an aircraft documents on board• Passengers clear immigration/ Date to be stamped on their passport• Baggage is collected from arrival hall• Customs clearance for international passengers• Exit from the terminal

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