With a variety of fixed & mobile ground handling equipments as well as
sophisticated motorized vehicles, the NAS Ramp Services team is ready to service
any type of cargo or passenger aircraft. NAS Ramp Services carries out all the
relevant Ground Support Equipment activities at flight arrival and departure
related to safely unloading and loading of passenger baggage, cargo and mail
within the confines of the carriers’ schedule.
We cover Code A - F aircraft and maintain fixed and mobile ground handling
equipment, as well as motorized vehicle fleets. Our ramp operations teams are
trained to service any type of passenger or cargo aircraft, including the
world’s largest passenger jet, the Airbus A380, and the giant Antonov AN225 for
Customer requirements dictate the scope of ramp handling services from an
extensive menu of NAS options that includes loading and off-loading, dispatch
operations, load control, management of unit load devices, baggage
reconciliation, coordination with flights and documentation. A resource management system, installed at all NAS operating bases, matches
equipment and crew resources to fluctuating needs, ensuring high-levels of
response to all supported customers. Seamless interface with other airport
operations -- movement control center, fuel providers, caterers, security and
more -- ensure each aircraft turnaround is complete and fully compliant with all
established procedures and service standards.
We sustain high-level operational momentum in the face of airfield infrastructure
growth and ramp expansion by drawing on our pool of experienced worldwide
talent, as well as ground support equipment resources.
The NAS Ramp Services team support the functions for tracking, recording and storage of Unit Load Devices
(ULDs) for customer airlines, ensure accuracy on the loading of passenger
baggage (Sophisticated Baggage Reconciliation is in use) and Ground
Transportation, Dispatch Operation and Load Control, and ensure on-time performance with safety being given its due importance,
interface with the various divisions of Airport Operations such as the Movement
Control Center, Passenger Services, Engineering Services, Fueling Service
Providers, Catering and Cargo to ensure the completion of Ramp Service
activities of an aircraft to the laid-down procedures of the various carriers
and receive comprehensive training and is licensed to handle all equipment that is
constantly serviced and upgraded thus ensuring the latest in technology is
available to cater to the needs of the customers.