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Aircraft parking stand is plane parking on the apron for conducting ground services activities, regulate more than one aircraft, perform manoeuvre safely and exit through the configuration model. It depends on the period of time of area and number of aircrafts over served.
Type of apron according to Horonjeff/McKelvey, namely: terminal apron, designed for manoeuvre and aircraft parking, easily connected to the passenger terminal facilities, used to refuel aircraft and aircraft maintenance and to load and unload goods; cargo apron, used to load and unload for cargo aircraft carrying goods, cargo, mail and others without passengers; parking apron, used for aircraft parking for a long period of time, should be placed as close as possible to the terminal apron; service and hangar apron, is an open space to perform maintenance and repairs to the aircraft, which is located adjacent to the maintenance hangar. An apron will accommodate number of aircrafts according to the calculation of the amount of each type of aircraft movements during peak hours.
The different airport apron designs Each airport design has a absolute terminal building to what place check-in, security checks, and passport control are performed. The boarding gates (i.e. aeroplane parking areas) are on against sides of five concourses. The concourses are narrow buildings, and one or greater underground buildings/tunnels involve them to the main terminal building.
These connecting tunnels surrounded by the concourses and the terminal building have been covering below the surface of the apron to avoid conflict surrounded by passengers and aircraft. Passengers thus charge via a tunnel from the main terminal building to the concourse where their aircraft is parked. Once the passengers arrive at the acknowledged concourse, they move to the aircraft gate where they board.