LOADSHEETS ( UK Legislation)
A question for UK Public Transport Operators. ANO 2000 Article 35 Para 4 says basically that the Loadsheet must be signed before flight by the person supervising the loading and the Commander. Clear enough? Indeed it seems it is in 99 cases out of 100. HOWEVER at a NE UK station of a well known handling agent it seems that it is not clear. They contend that the computer printed name is acceptable as the 'signature 'and are far from best pleased when asked to 'sign' in the generally accepted sense of the word. Other UK stations of the same agent do not do this .Can anyone throw light on this and whether other operators accept only the computer generated name?
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Last edited by Checkboard; 13th May 2002 at 05:20.