2. What is check in counter?
What is a Check-in Counter?
Reserved areas for passengers
to check-in are referred to
as counter. Passengers can also
drop-off their baggage and get their
boarding passes at counters.
5. What is the difference
between customs and immigration?
“Immigration” is about the people
traveling from one country to another.
It's sometimes called “passport control”
or “border control” depending on the
“Customs” is about the stuff those
people are carrying with them.
7. What is an apron at an airport?
Apron” or “ramp” is a defined area on
an airport or heliport intended to
accommodate aircraft for purposes of
loading or unloading passengers or
cargo, refueling, parking, or maintenance.
9. What is Bay Airport?
Aircraft Parking Area, also known
as airport apron, is the area of
an airport where the aircrafts are parked,
loaded, unloaded, refueled or boarded.
11. What is ramp service in airport
Ramp Services Agents load and unload
aircraft, perform aircraft
cleaning, service aircraft water and lavatory
systems and drive airport equipment on
the ramp. ... They are then required to unload
the aircraft of passenger baggage and freight
and transfer it to the terminal for passenger
13. what is cargo services at the airport
Air cargo is any property carried or to be carried in
an aircraft. Air cargo comprises air freight, air express
Cargo service airports that, in addition to any other air
transportation services that may be available, are served by
aircraft providing air transportation of only cargo with a total
annual landed weight of more than 100 million pounds.