Standard Ground Handling Agreement (Sgha) Of January 2004

December 17th, 2020

Standard Ground Handling Agreement (Sgha) Of January 2004

13 20 Definitions Definitions 21 Standard Ground Handling Agreement (SGHA), version 2004 Definitions and terminology F for clarity apply the following definitions and terminology for the SGHA: AIRPORT TERMINAL refers to all buildings used for the arrival and departure of aircraft. ARRANGE (MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR) implies that the Handling Company can request an external agency to obtain the service in question. The external agency`s fees are paid by the carrier. The Handling Company assumes no responsibility to the carrier for such agreements. As a MUTUALLY AGREED BY MUTUAL AGREEMENT BY THE CARRIER`S REQUEST, it is recommended to supplement these elements with a specific documentary reference when using them. CARGO includes service freight and carriers` corporate mail. THE CARRIER S AIRCRAFT refers to all aircraft that are in possession of aircraft in possession, chartered, leased, leased, which are otherwise used on behalf of the airline and for which the airline has, or implicitly, entered into a contract that has otherwise ordered the Handling Company to perform all stopover assistance services. DEPARTURE CONTROL SYSTEM (DCS) refers to an automated method of recording, controlling capacity and loading and shipping flights. DIRECT LOSS refers to a loss that naturally results directly from an event and excludes indirect, indirect, special damages such as loss of earnings. ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE (EDI) refers to the transfer of business data from computer to computer in application processing software. LOADs means luggage, freight, mail and all commercial vehicles, including ballasts. OWNING CARRIER refers to a carrier that owns a loading device. PASSENGERS includes airline service and free passengers.

The guarantee implies that handling company assumes responsibility for the delivery of the service concerned. RECEIVINGING CARRIER refers to a carrier that receives a Load Device unit from a carrier transmitter at a transfer point. SPECIAL SHIPMENTS, ex.B, perishable goods, live animals, valuables, endangered cargoes, courier equipment, dangerous goods, etc. SPECIALIZED CARGO PRODUCTS means z.B. express freight, mailings, same-day delivery. TECHNICAL LANDING is a landing for other than commercial reasons that do not undergo physically altered load. Ticket refers to either the document entitled Passenger Ticket and Baggage Control of all electronic ticket data stored in the airline`s database. TRANSFERRING CARRIER refers to a carrier that transfers a loading device to a receiving network manager at a transfer point. TRANSIT FLIGHT is an aircraft that, in the event of a load change, makes a stopover for commercial reasons. TRUCK HANDLING means loading and unloading a truck operated as a truck service.

TRUCK SERVICE refers to a service operated by a truck on behalf of an airline that carries documented cargo in accordance with the rules, rules and procedures of IATA and/or ICAO in force.

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