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Aircraft Tow Bar
- Aerospace Standard
Published April 06, 2005 by SAE International in United States
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This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) outlines the basic general design considerations for transport aircraft tow bars.
It does not cover the requirements for tow bars intended for aircraft with a maximum ramp mass (MRW) below 8,600 kg (19,000 lb).
|Aerospace Standard||Aircraft Tow Bar|
|Aerospace Standard||Interface Protective Devices - Ground Equipment to Aircraft|
|Aerospace Standard||Fuze Well Mechanical Interface|
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AGE-3 Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Committee
AGE-3 is the Aircraft Ground Support Equipment Committee that addresses all aspects of airport, ground support equipment and associated systems that interface or require compatibility with the aircraft. The objectives of the Committee are:
- Develop and maintain technical standards, specifications and reports related to aircraft ground servicing and in particular to:
- Airport Ground Support Equipment (GSE)
- Aircraft to GSE interface
- GSE operation, maintenance and operator training
- Airport facilities and systems that have a direct relationship to and interface with GSE
- GSE environment related issues, including noise and emissions.
- Provide a forum for exchange of technical information related to aircraft ground operations where issues can be addressed and resolved.
- Coordinate and harmonize worldwide standards development with CEN TC 274, ISO TC 20/SC9, IATA GSEE and other standardization groups.
- Promote the global use of high quality standards and practices within the aircraft ground servicing scope.
- Promote research and innovation in any topics related to the scope of the Committee.
Participants in the SAE AGE-3 include OEMs, ground handling companies, airlines, suppliers, consulting firms and other actors across the aerospace and defence industries.
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