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Enhanced GSE

12 Dec
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has made a case for transition to enhanced ground support equipment (Enhanced GSE), to improve safety and reduce damages to aircraft, estimated to cost $5 billion yearly. According to IATA, Enhanced GSE uses anti-collision and inching technology, improves vehicle control, and increases docking accuracy, all of which minimises the…

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