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SPRING 2015

issue 29

The first Airside International of this new year looks hard at some of the new technologies being adopted by GSE operators on the world’s airport ramps. We assess how high lifts and loaders are meeting the challenges of changing market demands and how docking guidance systems continue to evolve.

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  • Safely home,thanks to sophisticated systems

    Electronic docking guidance systems have come a long way since they were introduced in the 1970s.As well as helping aircraft get on stand with the minimum of fuss and delay, they are also playing anin...

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  • Growing the bus-iness

    Airside talks to Patricia Vasconcelos, managing director of Wiesbaden, Germany - based airport bus supplier COBUS Industries, about the priorities she has set for the company and how she expects COBUS...

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  • Lifting and loading: Taking the Strain

    New lifts and loaders continue to be brought to market; the changes in equipment have not been revolutionary of late, but customers are always looking for more from their suppliers TREPEL Airport E...

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  • Collision avoidance

    For cargo operators, there is no risk of passenger jet bridges impacting with their aircraft, but there remains the signifi cant hazard of high loaders going ‘bump in the night’ with the freighter...

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  • Buyers’ Viewpoint: Handling the challenges of GSE acquisition

    Aviator, the Stockholm-based aviation services provider, is spreading its wings, and procuring the right sorts of GSE in the right quantities has been a critical factor in its success Projects dire...

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  • Driving down cost of ownership… and emissions

    GSE engine technology is a big issue right now. GSE operators want engines that are powerful, reliable and relatively cheap to run; given the focus on maintaining a healthy environment, they also don...

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  • Edinburgh on take-off

    Edinburgh Airport - Branded as 'Where Scotland meet the World' - is going places Scotland’s busiest air gateway, Edinburgh Airport handled 10.2 million passengers last year – its busiest ever for...

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  • Coming Together

    It’s nearly that time again! The annual get-together of so many important members of the airside community, will be held in Budapest this year under the auspices of EVA International Media – publi...

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  • Rushlift supports WFS expansion at Manchester

    When a third-party service provider wins new business at any of its stations, there’s often a rush to secure the necessary handling equipment. GSE providers have to be ready to step up at very short...

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