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What is Turnaround Control?

June 5, 2024

Turnaround control refers to the process required to prepare an aircraft for its next flight after it has landed. This involves coordinating various ground operations to ensure the aircraft is serviced, cleaned, refueled, and loaded with passengers, baggage, and cargo efficiently and within a specified time frame. The aim is to minimize the aircraft's ground time (turnaround time) to enhance operational efficiency and maintain the flight schedule. Effective turnaround control requires precise coordination and communication among various teams to ensure the aircraft is ready for its next departure quickly and safely.

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