De-icing: Services Provided

  • De-icing
ATS provides De-icing and Anti-icing Services to all aircraft types for Commercial or General Aviation companies. ATS utilizes procedures, training, and best practices consistent with SAE G12 Aerospace Recommended Practices and Government Body Regulations such as the FAA and Transport Canada.
A key to ATS De/Anti-icing Operations is its wide range of expertise and experience with:
    • Gate or Remote De-icing Facility
    • Aircraft Engines “Off” or Engines “On” Procedures
    • De-icing Pad Coordination
    • Coordination with the FAA and Nav Canada
    • Working and Cooperating with Airport Authorities
    • Forced Air technologies
  • Glycol Recovery

    ATS is committed to the basic principal that environmental protection is a priority and a key component of our core values. To this end, ATS has established an Environmental Plan which includes:
    • Glycol Recovery Technologies
    • Recycling of Recovered Glycol
  • De-icing Facility Management

    ATS has direct and relevant experience providing De-icing Facility Management at various airports where remote pad de-icing is performed. This includes Coordination with air navigation services such as Nav Canada and the FAA mitigating ground traffic congestion caused by apron constraint and multiple pad locations.

  • Program Development (Training & Procedures)

    Using the same approach employed by ATS with its innovative, comprehensive training program, ATS has expertise to provide an Aircraft Ground De-icing Program development. This would ensure all staff have a thorough understanding of the principles of SAFE Aircraft Ground Deicing. The key components of this Program would include:
    • Classroom Training
    • Practical Training
    • Simulation Training
    • Recurrent Training
  • Quality & Assurance Auditing

    ATS has direct, relevant experience and the expertise to conduct station audits to ensure adherence to all applicable policies. The purpose is to develop action plans to correct deficiencies, monitor to satisfactory completion, assess station risk categories to determine audit priority, and develop audit documentation to improve efficiency.
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