ground handling equipment


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ground handling equipment

[′grau̇nd ¦hand·liŋ i‚kwip·mənt]
(aerospace engineering)
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He also said that his department had been looking for upgraded ground handling equipment for long but to no avail.
Last Sunday Thai moved 29 truckloads of passenger and ground handling equipment back to Don Muang from the new Suvarnabhumi International, where a few gates at a time are being taken out of service to facilitate airfield pavement repairs.
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