Description The Aircraft Dispatcher is a licensed airman who has joint responsibility with the captain for flight safety and operational control under his guidance. He analyzes and evaluates meteorological information to determine potential hazards to the safety of flight and to select the most desirable and economical route of flight. He prepares and signs the dispatch release which is the legal document providing authorization for a flight to depart AVIATION SECURITY Being one of the most sensitive area, airport is one of the potential targets for terrorism and other forms of crime because of the number of people local. Airport security attempts to prevent any threats or potentially dangerous situations from arising or entering the country. Ted in one place. DANGEROUS GOODS REGULATIONS A wide range of requirements apply when transporting dangerous goods. Dangerous goods are items or substances that when transported by aircraft are a risk to health, safety, property or the environment. These recommendations aim to eliminate or minimize risks, promote safety and facilitate the transport of dangerous goods AIRLINE RESERVATION The modern airline reservation system is comprehensive suite of products to provide a system that assists with a variety of airline management tasks and service customer needs from the time of initial reservation through completion of the flight. CHECK-IN & BOARDING The check-in process at airports enables passengers to confirm they will be on the respective flight, obtain a boarding pass, possibly select their seat (if hasn’t happened already or allowed by airline), and check in luggage onto a plane, if desired BAGGAGE HANDLING TAirport baggage handlers move all sorts of baggage, such as luggage and cargo, on and off planes. They are responsible for checking luggage against flight lists and taking it to the aircraft or to the reclaim conveyor belt. They need to work quickly and accurately while taking care not to cause damage. CARGO MANAGEMENT Air cargo operations can be very complex. Precision delivery and safety rely on how well air cargo professionals are trained. Taught by industry experts, our courses focus on industry best practices and change management to help you adapt to the increasingly complex air transport environment. We offer quality training solutions to respond to the diverse learning needs of the industry. LOAD & TRIM Airport baggage handlers move all sorts of baggage, such as luggage and cargo, on and off planes. They are responsible for checking luggage against flight lists and taking it to the aircraft or to the reclaim conveyor belt. They need to work quickly and accurately while taking care not to cause damage. RAMP MANAGEMENT Ramp handling services ensure the efficient turnaround of aircraft so that flights stay on schedule. This course offers an introduction to ramp services as well as the ground handling standards and safety requirements you need to know to work safely on the ramp. MARSHALING Marshalling is one-on-one visual communication and a part of aircraft ground handling. It may be as an alternative to, or additional to, radio communications between the aircraft and air traffic control.