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Sky Lounge Services now provides Ground Handling Services

Posted 11 May 2018 · Add Comment

Sky Lounge Services' is now providing full-fledged Ground Handling Services at Rafic Hariri Int’l Airport, Beirut Lebanon (OLBA).

 

These services will have the following key features:

• Cabin Service: Aircraft Cabin Cleaning, Replenishing Onboard Consumables

• Catering: Loading and Unloading Food from the Aircraft, Catering Arrangements

• Ramp Service: Aircraft Marshaling, Towing, Lavatory Service, Water Service, Luggage Handling, Fueling Arrangement, Ground Power

• Passenger & Crew Service: Arrival and Departure Facilitation Services, VIP Lounge

• Field Operation Service: Aircraft Dispatch, Communication with Aircraft Operation and Air Traffic Control

 

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