Standard Ground Handling Agreement (Sgha) 2013

09 Okt Standard Ground Handling Agreement (Sgha) 2013

However, in practice, it is difficult to imagine this unless an airline has sufficient resources (such as ground support staff and equipment) to play the role of an incumbent. The activities of most airlines are thin and are increasingly thin. The training rules in the new clause 5.6 define as a minimum awareness of the rules and regulations applicable to the material handler and refer to the IATA materials in clause 5.3. In 2013, IATA`s Ground Handling Council authorized the use of yellow pages to publish texts amending Annex B in the years between new versions of the SGHA. Annex B of the SGHA 2018 added the yellow pages to paragraph 8. In the future, this will provide some flexibility in the baseline model.

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