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Planes (also referred to as "Airplanes" and "Aeroplanes") belong to Airlines and use your airport if a contract is signed with their associated airline. When a plane lands at it's scheduled time, it proceeds to it's assigned gate to commence it's scheduled activities and rituals. Planes can experience delays due to weather, wind and other factors.
Gate Activities - Commercial[edit | edit source]
When a plane reaches its assigned gate, it commences its scheduled gate activities which are:
- Offloading (cargo);
- Refueling (if requested);
- Deicing (if requested);
- Servicing (if requested);
- Storage (if requested);
- Catering (if requested);
- Loading (cargo);
- Boarding; and
Delays[edit | edit source]
Planes may be delayed landing due to inclement weather, wind or other factors. Planes may be delayed taking-off if their scheduled gate activities take longer than scheduled. This means that planes landing to use it's occupying gate will have to be delayed and in some cases (such as a severe delay), cancelled.
Models and Types[edit | edit source]
Planes are of 2 types:
- General Aviation (private planes); and
- Commercial Flights;
and are of many models as listed below.
|Plane Model||Image||Stand Type||Capacity||Runway Requirement||Type|
|Piper J3 Club||Small||Small||Private|