Air New Zealand load control improvement specialist, Alastair James, has revealed that the airline will start weighing its passengers.
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The survey is essential to the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft and is a Civil Aviation Authority requirement.
Air New Zealand load control improvement specialist Alastair James explains that before each take-off the pilot needs to know the weight and balance of the loaded aircraft.
“We weigh everything that goes on the aircraft – from the cargo to the meals onboard, to the luggage in the hold. For customers, crew and cabin bags, we use average weights, which we get from doing this survey,” James said.
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