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PostSubject: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sat Jun 12, 2010 9:14 pm

Ground support equipment (GSE) is found at an airport,
usually on the ramp, the servicing area by the terminal. This equipment is used to service the aircraft
between flights. As its name implies, GSE is there to support the
operations of aircraft on the ground. The functions that this
equipment plays generally involve ground power operations, aircraft
mobility, and loading operations (for both cargo and passengers).//
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Ground Support Equipment


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Taxiing in/pushing back


Ground support equipment (GSE) is found at an airport,
usually on the ramp, the servicing area by the terminal. This equipment is used to service the aircraft
between flightsOverview

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Catering vehicle


Many airlines
subcontract ground handling to an airport or a handling agent, or even to another
airline. Ground handling addresses the many service requirements of a
passenger aircraft between the time it arrives at a terminal gate and the time it departs on its next flight. Speed,
efficiency, and accuracy are important in ground handling services in
order to minimize the turnaround time (the time during which the
aircraft remains parked at the gate).
Small airlines sometimes subcontract maintenance to a much larger and
reputable carrier, as it is a short-term cheaper alternative to setting
up an independent maintenance base. Some airlines may enter into a Maintenance
and Ground Support Agreement
(MAGSA) with each other, which is used
by airlines to assess costs for maintenance and support to aircraft.
Most ground services are not directly related to the actual flying of
the aircraft, and instead involve other service tasks. Cabin services
ensure passenger comfort and safety. They include such tasks as cleaning
the passenger cabin and replenishment of on-board consumables or
washable items such as soap, pillows, tissues, blankets, and magazines.
Security checks are also made to make sure no threats have been left on
the aircraft.

Chocks

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Chocks


Chocks are used to prevent an aircraft
from moving while parked at the gate or in a hangar. Chocks are placed
in the front ('fore') and back ('aft') of the wheels of landing gear. They are made out of hard wood or hard rubber. Corporate safety guidelines in the USA
almost always specify that chocks must be used in a pair on the same
wheel and they must be placed in physical contact with the wheel.
Therefore, "Chocks" refers to a pair of chocks connected by a segment of
rope or cable.
Chock is also a verb, as in, "You need to chock that belt loader if
you're going to leave it parked there," or, "As I was chocking the nose
gear, the aircraft's engines were still spinning down."

Non-powered equipment

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Trolley for containers


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Trolley for pallets


Bag carts


Baggage carts are used for the transportation of luggage,
mail,
cargo and other materials between the aircraft and the terminal or
sorting facility. Carts are fitted with a brake system
which blocks the wheels from moving when the connecting rod is not
attached to a tug. Most carts are completely enclosed except for the
sides which use plastic curtains to protect items from weather.

Trollies for containers and pallets

The trolley or dollie are for containers and palettes are used for
the transport of loads placed in containers and on pallets. Both kinds
of trolley have inbuilt rollers or balls in the space for the acceptance
of containers or pallets for their easier moving. The containers or
pallets on trolleys must obligatory be secured with built-in Stops. The
mechanical brake, depending on construction blocks the wheels when the
towbar of the trolley is raised to 90°. The trolleys for containers have
revolving deck to make containers turn to the direction of loading on
aircraft. On all trolleys the parts as brake for wheels blocking, the
wheels, the towbar, the hook for connecting, stops on the revolving
platform, and stops for locking the containers or pallets must be in
order or with them is prohibited any transport.

Powered equipment

Refuelers

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Hydrant truck aircraft refueler.

Aircraft refuelers can be either a self contained fuel truck, or a
hydrant truck or cart. Fuel trucks are self contained, typically
containing up to 10,000 US gallons of fuel and have their own pumps,
filters, hoses, and other equipment. A hydrant cart or truck hooks into a
central pipeline network and provides fuel to the aircraft. There is a
significant advantage with hydrant systems when compared to fuel trucks,
as fuel trucks must be periodically replenished.

Tugs and tractors

The tugs tractors at an airport have several purposes and represent
the essential part of ground support services. They are used to move any
equipment that can not move itself. This includes bag carts, mobile air
conditioning units, air starters, lavatory carts, and other equipment.

Ground power units

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Ground power unit

A ground power unit is a vehicle capable of supplying power to
aircraft parked on the ground. Ground power units may also be built into
the jetway, making it even easier to supply
electrical power to aircraft. Many aircraft require 28V of direct current and 110V 400 Hz of alternating current. The electric energy
is carried from a generator to a connection on the
aircraft via 3 phase 4-wire insulated cable capable of handling 200
amps. These connectors are standard for all aircraft.

Buses

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Airport Bus


Main article: Airport
bus

Buses at
airports are used to move people from the terminal to either an aircraft or another terminal. Some
airports use buses that are raised to the level of a passenger terminal
and can only be accessed from a door on the 2nd level of the terminal.
These odd looking buses are usually referred to as "people movers" or "mobile
lounges". Airport buses are usually normal city buses or
specialised terminal busses. The biggest producers of airport busses are
in China (Shenyang, Beijing, Jinhua), Portugal and Slovenia.[specify]

Container loader

The loader for widebodied aircraft (cargo platform) is used for
loading and unloading of cargo placed in containers or on pallete. The
loader has two platforms which independently raise or come down. The
containers or palettes on the loader are moved with the help of built-in
rollers or wheels, and are carried in aircraft across the platforms.
The ground handling is different in the different areas. In Northern and
South America the pallet is dominating and in Europe and Asia the
container is stronger in use. So there are different container and
pallet loaders. - 3.5 to - 7 to, standard version, wide-body, universal
(up to main body height) - 14 to - 30 to For military transport planes
special container and pallet loaders are in use. Also for military use
airborne (transportable within the transport plane) are in use.
Container and pallet loaders are produced mainly in France, Germany,
Estonia, Spain, Canada, in the U.S.A., Brazil, Japan and China.

Transporters

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Container transporter


The transporters are cargo platforms constructed so that beside
loading and unloading can transport cargo. Depending on the type and
load capacity the containers could be transported, and the same is valid
for greater transporters and palettes.

Air starter

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A jet air starter


An air starter is a vehicle with a built-in gas
turbine engine which, during the start of aircraft engine, gives the
necessary quantity of air to start the engine. While a compressor cannot deliver the necessary quantity of air
for its own work, the air is provided by an air starter. An air starter
blows air in by a hose attached to aircraft.

Potable water trucks

Potable water
trucks are special vehicles that fill up drinking water tanks
in aircraft. The water is filtered and protected from the elements while
being stored on the vehicle. A pump in the vehicle assists in moving
the water from the truck to the aircraft.

Lavatory service vehicles

Lavatory service vehicles empty and refill lavatories onboard
aircraft. Waste is stored in tanks on the aircraft until these vehicles
can empty them and get rid of the waste. After the tank is emptied, it
is refilled with a mixture of water and a disinfecting concentrate,
commonly called 'blue juice'. Instead of a self-powered vehicle, some
airports have lavatory carts, which are smaller and must be pulled by
tug.

Catering vehicle

Catering includes the unloading of unused food and drink from the
aircraft, and the loading of fresh food and drinks for passengers and
crew. The meals are typically delivered in standardized carts. Meals are
prepared mostly on the ground in order to minimize the amount of
preparation (apart from chilling or reheating) required in the air.
The catering vehicle consists of a rear body, lifting system,
platform and an electro-hydraulic control mechanism. The vehicle can be
lifted up, down and the platform can be moved to place in front of the
aircraft.

Belt loaders

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Belt loader

Belt loaders are vehicles with movable belts for unloading and
loading of baggage and cargo of aircraft. A belt loader is positioned to
the door sill of an aircraft hold (baggage compartment) for the
operation. Belt loaders are used for narrow body aircraft (e.g. 737) and
bulk hold of wide body aircraft (e.g. 767 and 747). Baggage stored
without containers is known as bulk loading.

Passenger boarding stairs

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Passenger boarding stairs


Passenger boarding stairs, sometimes referred to as 'air-stairs' or
'boarding ramps', provide a mobile means to traverse between aircraft
doors and the ground. Because larger aircraft have door sills 5 to 20
feet high, stairs facilitate safe boarding and deboarding. While smaller
units are generally moved by being towed or pushed, larger units are
self-powered. Most models have adjustable height to accommodate various
aircraft. Optional features may include canopy, heat, supplementary
lighting and red carpet.

Pushback tugs and tractors

Main article: Pushback

Pushback tugs are mostly used to push an aircraft away from the gate
when it is ready to leave. These tugs are very powerful and because of
the large engines, are sometimes referred to as an engine with wheels.
Pushback tugs can also be used to pull aircraft in various situations,
such as to a hangar. Different size tugs are required for different size
aircraft. Some tugs use a tow-bar as a connection between the tug and
the aircraft, while other tugs lift the nose gear off the ground to make
it easier to tow or push.

De/anti-icing vehicles

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A de/anti-icing vehicle


The procedure of de/anti-icing, protection from fluids freezing up on
aircraft, is done from special vehicles. These vehicles have booms,
like a cherry picker, to allow easy access to the
entire aircraft. A hose sprays a special mixture that melts current ice
on the aircraft and also prevents some ice from building up while
waiting on the ground.

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:30 am

Nice Thread om... Beberapa dari saya :


Steward & Stevenson
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Hydro G Towbar for A380-800 (Properties of Qantas CGK)
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TLD ABS Boarding Stairs
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Airmarrel LAM7000 High Lift Loader
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Sementara segini dulu... Nanti klo bongkar2 kompi lagi trus ketemu baru saya post lagi...

Terima Kasih... sujud
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 6:11 am

Wah sepertinya om Engineer ngerti banget tentang GSE. Saya ada pertanyaan nih om. Emangnya GSE yg seperti om tampilin diatas seperti towbar, itu tuh milik airline yah? dan lagi kok ada towbar buat A380 Qantas....apakah A380 Qantas mau ke CGK?? Mohon infonya nih..... sujud

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 7:31 am

@ Om Fly Emirates : Topik sangat menarik untuk dibahas seputar Bandara
@ Om Polar : Pertanyaan bagus Om Polar.... . Jujur pemahaman ttg GSE saya masih kurang banget...kalo lihat bentuknya aja..tanpa dioperasionalkan..mungkin saya nggak ngeh..... ...Kayaknya Om Engineer ...Faham banget ttg detail dari berbagai macam GSE, sebagai Elemen yg sangat Vital dalam suatu Bandara.

@ Om Engineer : Mohon pencerahan buat a/d/f...
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 8:47 am

Om Engineer ground crew di soeta ya?

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:06 am

Terima kasih om-om semua. Tapi terus terang saya bukan di divisi GSE. Saya di divisi lain. Cuman karna saya org ground jg, jd saya suka foto2 peralatan2 yg ada di apron. Soalnya tiap hari ketemu ama ginian. Hehehehe.
Soal paham, saya sebenarnya ga gitu paham jg. Cuman ya setiap hari berjumpa dgn alat2 beginian, tambah lagi sering ngobrol ama operatornya, jdnya tau deh macam2nya dan merek2nya.

Om Polar : ga airline di CGK (domestik / international) yang nyetok towbar di CGK. Yg menyediakan towbar di CGK hanya SQ, Qantas, Tiger, Jet Star. Yang lain hanya menggunakan towbar milik perusahan ground handling karna mungkin perjanjian kontraknya sudah include towbar. Soal A380 Qantas, saya pernah ngobrol sama Engineer Qantas yg dinas di CGK, katanya towbar A380 ini disiapkan hanya untuk jaga2 saja jangan sampe A380 Qantas divert ke CGK. Hanya itu aja sih alasannya kenapa towbar A380 disiapkan oleh Qantas. Soal A380 mo dialy flight datang ke CGK, waduh apronnya masih sempit abis om. Harus di atur lagi oleh AP2. Hehehehe...

Om Rudi : Kalo ada yang ingin om ketahui, silahkan mungkin saya bisa bantu jawab sesuai pengetahuan saya. Grin

Om FE : Iya om... Tapi baru mulai sih... Orang baru... Hehehehe...
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:14 am

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Om Polar : ga airline di CGK (domestik / international) yang nyetok towbar di CGK. Yg menyediakan towbar di CGK hanya SQ, Qantas, Tiger, Jet Star. Yang lain hanya menggunakan towbar milik perusahan ground handling karna mungkin perjanjian kontraknya sudah include towbar. Soal A380 Qantas, saya pernah ngobrol sama Engineer Qantas yg dinas di CGK, katanya towbar A380 ini disiapkan hanya untuk jaga2 saja jangan sampe A380 Qantas divert ke CGK. Hanya itu aja sih alasannya kenapa towbar A380 disiapkan oleh Qantas. Soal A380 mo dialy flight datang ke CGK, waduh apronnya masih sempit abis om. Harus di atur lagi oleh AP2. Hehehehe...

Wah penjelasannya mantab abis.... cool Thanks banget om. Jarang banget buat kita2 bisa photo2 GSE kaya om Engineer. Thanks again atas jawabannya om. Kalo masih ada photo2 lagi....pls share with us yah. Terutama catering trucknya ACS om...... bigsmile

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:24 am

Om Polar : Siapp om... Hehehehe... Catering truck ACS coba saya cari2 dulu di kompi... Kalo ada nanti saya post...
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 9:27 am

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Om Polar : Siapp om... Hehehehe... Catering truck ACS coba saya cari2 dulu di kompi... Kalo ada nanti saya post...

Asyiiiiik......ditunggu yah om. Thanks sebelumnya....... goodz

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:16 am

Muantaaaaaap om engineer goodz goodz goodz very exclusive foto om... thanks bgt om atas foto2nya dan sharingnya...

GSE itu punya daya tarik tersendiri..

cool untuk diecast saja kalo tanpa gse , ibarat sayur tanpa garam... keren.com om..
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:22 am

Om Polar : Sama2 om... goodz


pesawatnomer1 : Betul om... Dan menurut saya GSE itu keren2 kok... Apalagi pushback car... Kekar2 banget tampangnya... Hehehe... Dan tentunya tenaganya jg badak... Kalo untuk diecast GSE saya punya baru 1 set nih yg by GJ... Lg nabung buat beli yg Herpa...
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:33 am

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Muantaaaaaap om engineer goodz goodz goodz very exclusive foto om... thanks bgt om atas foto2nya dan sharingnya...

GSE itu punya daya tarik tersendiri..

cool untuk diecast saja kalo tanpa gse , ibarat sayur tanpa garam... keren.com om..

Nah kalo racun.com ngomong kaya begini nih............... kabur ............... 2funny 2funny

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:50 am

Ada tambahan nih...

Foto keluarga :
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Dan yang ini atas request om polar, "ACS Catering Truck":
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Maap om untuk foto close up catering truck belum nemu... Baru ada yg ini... Nanti saya update kalo dah nemu...

Sekian sujud
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:00 am

EngineeR wrote:
Nice Thread om... Beberapa dari saya :


Steward & Stevenson
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Douglas TBL-400
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SCHOPF F396C
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TLD TMX-150
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CLYDE Towbar for A340-600
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Hydro G Towbar for A380-800 (Properties of Qantas CGK)
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TLD ABS Boarding Stairs
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Airmarrel LAM7000 High Lift Loader
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Sementara segini dulu... Nanti klo bongkar2 kompi lagi trus ketemu baru saya post lagi...

Terima Kasih... sujud
Komplit banget Om, Ini yang ngeracunin saya akhirnya jatuh cinta ama Diecast pesawat dan semua yang berhubungan.
Awalnya karena ada yang posting di email grup kantor Catering Vehicle, nah pas cari-cari ketemu ama diecast pesawat, GSE ama airport. Jadi deh keracunan habis.

Btw, coba aja yang bikin GSE juga selengkap ini model-modelnya... jump

Btw, Keep update ya Om... Thanks for sharing
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:03 am

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Terima kasih om-om semua. Tapi terus terang saya bukan di divisi GSE. Saya di divisi lain. Cuman karna saya org ground jg, jd saya suka foto2 peralatan2 yg ada di apron. Soalnya tiap hari ketemu ama ginian. Hehehehe.
Soal paham, saya sebenarnya ga gitu paham jg. Cuman ya setiap hari berjumpa dgn alat2 beginian, tambah lagi sering ngobrol ama operatornya, jdnya tau deh macam2nya dan merek2nya.

Om Polar : ga airline di CGK (domestik / international) yang nyetok towbar di CGK. Yg menyediakan towbar di CGK hanya SQ, Qantas, Tiger, Jet Star. Yang lain hanya menggunakan towbar milik perusahan ground handling karna mungkin perjanjian kontraknya sudah include towbar. Soal A380 Qantas, saya pernah ngobrol sama Engineer Qantas yg dinas di CGK, katanya towbar A380 ini disiapkan hanya untuk jaga2 saja jangan sampe A380 Qantas divert ke CGK. Hanya itu aja sih alasannya kenapa towbar A380 disiapkan oleh Qantas. Soal A380 mo dialy flight datang ke CGK, waduh apronnya masih sempit abis om. Harus di atur lagi oleh AP2. Hehehehe...

Om Rudi : Kalo ada yang ingin om ketahui, silahkan mungkin saya bisa bantu jawab sesuai pengetahuan saya. Grin

Om FE : Iya om... Tapi baru mulai sih... Orang baru... Hehehehe...

Ikut tanya juga nih ama Om EngineeR, emang towbar A380 ini sudah lama disiapkankah Om? Kalau "terpaksa" mendarat di CGK apakah panjang Runway cukup atau dipaksa cukup Om?
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:05 am

polar wrote:
pesawatnomer1 wrote:
Muantaaaaaap om engineer goodz goodz goodz very exclusive foto om... thanks bgt om atas foto2nya dan sharingnya...

GSE itu punya daya tarik tersendiri..

cool untuk diecast saja kalo tanpa gse , ibarat sayur tanpa garam... keren.com om..

Nah kalo racun.com ngomong kaya begini nih............... kabur ............... 2funny 2funny

Bener banget tuch om.. Racun... Racun.... kabur kabur
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 11:11 am

Om Lisuik :

Terima kasih om...

Kira2 boleh ga yah kita order diecast GSE ke GJ, DW ato Herpa yang modelnya sesuai permintaan kita?? thinking 2funny


Towbar A380 saya kurang tau sudah dari kapan disiapin om... Saya masuk OJT di CGK bulan oktober taon kemarin, towbarnya udh nangkring duluan dgn kondisi di bungkus begitu terus ampe skrg... Untuk runway sih CGK udah bisa kok om di daratin A380... Secara udah 3.660m x 60m... Yang bermasalah skrg hanya taxi way kurang lebar, kapasitas apron sesak, modifikasi gedein ruang tunggu, dan training teknisi / engineer... Kalo soal runway ama GSE, CGK ready kok...
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:07 pm

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Om Lisuik :

Terima kasih om...

Kira2 boleh ga yah kita order diecast GSE ke GJ, DW ato Herpa yang modelnya sesuai permintaan kita?? thinking 2funny


Towbar A380 saya kurang tau sudah dari kapan disiapin om... Saya masuk OJT di CGK bulan oktober taon kemarin, towbarnya udh nangkring duluan dgn kondisi di bungkus begitu terus ampe skrg... Untuk runway sih CGK udah bisa kok om di daratin A380... Secara udah 3.660m x 60m... Yang bermasalah skrg hanya taxi way kurang lebar, kapasitas apron sesak, modifikasi gedein ruang tunggu, dan training teknisi / engineer... Kalo soal runway ama GSE, CGK ready kok...

Kalau order dalam jumlah sedikit kayaknya g mungkin deh. Tapi berani pesan ribuan mungkin bisa dipertimbangkan mereka. memelas memelas Saya sudah kumpulin semua GSE mereka sepertinya mereka ambil yang paling banyak dipakai.


Mungkin kalau taxiway masih bisalah ditoleransi tapi dengan syarat tidak ada pesawat yang beririsan di taxiway lainnya.
Kalau terpaksa mendarat A380 kayaknya g di apron tuch. Di parkiran, "kalau ada tempat" terus pakai Bus deh...
Kali-kali aja ada kesempatan Om spotting A380 di CGK ngarep.com

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:11 pm

Kalo ampe divert ke CGK, kayaknya bakal di parkir di depan terminal haji... Yang tempat 744 Lion nganggur lama wkt itu... Soalnya yg paling memungkinkan hanya disitu coz blm padat2 banget...

Oh iya OOT dikit :
Om Lisuik kalo ada yg mo lepas GSE DW info ke saya yah... Grin
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:56 pm

Om Engineer saya malah mau lepas GSE GJ nih..
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 1:02 pm

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Kira2 boleh ga yah kita order diecast GSE ke GJ, DW ato Herpa yang modelnya sesuai permintaan kita?? thinking 2funny

This is a good question. Kalo order GSE ke GJ or DW sih pasti nggak bisa kalo dalam jumlah sedikit, tapi sebenernya yg kita bisa coba approach itu Wayang (perusahaan yg bikin maket accesories). Saya yakin mereka bisa bikin...walaupun dari segi kualitas mungkin nggak terlalu bagus. Mungkin disini ada temen2 yg kenal dengan Wayang...bisa di approach, dan bisa menjadi exclusive untuk member a/d/f

Tapi sebenernya ada tuh rajanya GSE di Indonesia....... chuckle

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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 1:30 pm

Wah boleh tuh om polar... Masukan bagus... Bagi temen2 yang ada kenal tolong di bantu... Kalo soal model GSE nya tenang aja... Di saya banyak foto GSE yang ada di CGK... Tinggal kontek saya aja... Hihihi... Ya biar kita serasa memiliki GSE yang ada di CGK gitu... 2funny
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 1:57 pm

Om Polar & Om Engineer : Kalau dilihat dari websitenya harganya lumayanlah. Kalau memungkinkan bagus juga tu Om Engineer punya foto semua GSE terus kita order ke wayang..
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:11 pm

Betul... Nanti tinggal buka thread pendaftaran aja di forum siapa yg mau bikin... Total ketemu brp orang, baru kita order deh... Musti bentuk tim survei dulu nih buat survei ke wayang... bigsmile
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PostSubject: Re: Ground Support Equipment (GSE)   Sun Feb 20, 2011 2:33 pm

Katanya ada kantornya di Tanjung Barat ini....
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