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AIRCRAFT DAMAGE CAUSED BY GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

1980-03-01
HISTORICAL
AIR1589
This AIR examines only those incidents which were caused by ground support equipment used for aircraft handling and servicing and for line maintenance. It does not include damage that occurred during heavy maintenance or overhaul activity, taxi incidents or accidents where an aircraft under tow collided with a piece of GSE.
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Aircraft Damage Caused by Ground Support Equipment

2016-06-06
CURRENT
AIR1589B
Only those incidents where a piece of ground support equipment directly associated with the "turnaround" servicing of an aircraft was involved are reviewed. Specifically excluded are those incidents that occurred during heavy maintenance, overhaul activity, or aircraft taxiing.
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Aircraft Damage Caused by Ground Support Equipment

2009-12-09
HISTORICAL
AIR1589A
Only those incidents where a piece of ground support equipment directly associated with the "turnaround" servicing of an aircraft was involved are reviewed. Specifically excluded are those incidents that occurred during heavy maintenance, overhaul activity, or aircraft taxiing.
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EXHAUST EMISSION LIMITS FOR DIESEL ENGINES USED IN AIRCRAFT GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AT AIRPORT ENVIRONMENTS

2002-12-16
CURRENT
AIR1312
This Aerospace Information Report (AIR) outlines the conditions which diesel engines should meet when installed and used as prime movers for aircraft ground support equipment at commercial airports. All aircraft ground support equipment with a heavy duty diesel engine as defined on page 24293 of the November 15, 1972 Federal Register and used as a prime mover for the vehicle or equipment should meet all requirements as outlined herein. Typical equipment includes fuel trucks, commissary trucks, baggage tractors, ground power units, air start units, etc.
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GROUND EQUIPMENT REBUILD PROGRAM

1979-04-01
HISTORICAL
AIR1599
This AIR is intended to be concerned with fleet programs rather than programs for individual units. Technical and administrative considerations in developing an approach to a program will be suggested Organization of material possibly wanted in the form of a detailed specification for airline rebuilder communication is reviewed.
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Ground Equipment Rebuild Program

1991-03-01
CURRENT
AIR1599A
This Aerospace Information Report (AIR) is intended to be concerned with fleet programs rather than programs for individual units. Technical and administrative considerations in developing an approach to a program will be suggested. Organization of material possibly wanted in the form of a detailed specification for airline rebuilder communication is reviewed.
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GSE Training Videos

1996-09-01
HISTORICAL
AIR4730
This document provides information on the preparation and use of video for operational and maintenance training of personnel associated with GSE.
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GSE Training Videos

2016-05-20
CURRENT
AIR4730A
This document provides information on the preparation and use of video for operational and maintenance training of qualified personnel associated with GSE.
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Maintenance of Ground Support Equipment

1990-11-01
CURRENT
AIR4286
The following are suggested policies, procedures, and practices required to maintain mobile and fixed ground support equipment at airport passenger and cargo terminals. The principal purpose for ground support equipment maintenance is to provide the owner/user with safe, serviceable equipment, in good appearance, at minimal cost, and with minimum downtime. Maintenance programs initiated on ground support equipment must also conform to regulations controlling airport operations. This document has been divided into three sections corresponding to the three stages of equipment life; acquisition, maintenance, and disposal.
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Design Factors - Handicapped Passenger Boarding Devices

2014-03-11
CURRENT
AIR4652A
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) covers handicapped passenger boarding devices used airside to transfer handicapped passengers between the terminal building and the aircraft. It provides an elevating platform to facilitate access to the aircraft; it does not cover devices for in-terminal or streetside transfers, wheelchairs for on-board aircraft or in-terminal usage, or aircraft boarding bridges. However, it should be recognized that for many handicapped passengers, a boarding chair is necessary for the lifting operation and movement to the passenger's seat inside the aircraft cabin. Such wheelchairs are widely used in larger aircraft, and the Federal Aviation Agency has developed a performance specification for a boarding chair for commuter aircraft.
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Design Factors - Handicapped Passenger Boarding Devices

1992-05-18
HISTORICAL
AIR4652
This SAE Aerospace Information Report (AIR) covers handicapped passenger boarding devices used airside to transfer handicapped passengers between the terminal building and the aircraft. It provides an elevating platform to facilitate access to the aircraft; it does not cover devices for in-terminal or streetside transfers, wheelchairs for on-board aircraft or in-terminal usage, or aircraft boarding bridges. However, it should be recognized that for many handicapped passengers, a boarding chair is necessary for the lifting operation and movement to the passenger's seat inside the aircraft cabin. Such wheelchairs are widely used in larger aircraft, and the Federal Aviation Agency has developed a performance specification for a boarding chair for commuter aircraft.
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SELECTION CRITERIA FOR RECIPROCATING PRIME MOVERS

1969-08-01
HISTORICAL
ARP1052
This Recommended Practice covers the following categories: a Basic engine rating (requirements for) - (Para. 3) b Suggested minimum conditions for selection - (Para. 4) c Recommended horsepower rating reductions - (Para. 5) d Special considerations - (Para. 6) e Recommended safety devices - (Para. 7) f Recommended minimum instrumentation - (Para. 8) g Recommended selection support data - (Para. 9) h Recommended usage of ARP - (Para. 10)
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Chassis Mounted Lifts Used to Board Airline Passengers With Mobility Impairments

1999-07-01
HISTORICAL
ARP5141
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) is intended to recommend a minimum standard, for the design and manufacturer of a self-propelled, chassis mounted passenger boarding vehicle. The vehicle will permit safe operation while minimizing aircraft damage and personnel safety hazards associated with commercial aircraft boarding operations. The vehicle described is intended to be used for assisting wheelchair passengers and passengers with disabilities on and off aircraft with door sill heights of 60 in (152.4 cm) and above.
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