Centralized Load Control

Safety of passengers and structural integrity of the aircraft are our primary focus in remote weight and balance services. To guarantee safety at all times, we ensure that the center of gravity is always within certified limits and structural weight and balance restrictions are never exceeded.

The first product in the handling process is the Loading instruction, a map of where the load should be placed given the estimation of load and cargo, fuel, passenger figures and so on. The final product is the actualized planning with figures that accurately represents all variables and adhere to all international regulations.

We ensure that all participants in the handling process including: Ramp, check-in, Captain, Cargo as well as any other supporting function are steered towards the completion of a safe handling.

Handling Timeline

Aircraft Handling

Global Load Control handles a wide range of aircraft types including the new Airbus A380 Aircraft.

GLC agents are categorised according to the level of flight handling they are trained to handle. This means that as the aircraft increases in complexity, so the required level of expertise is ensured through training. All our load control personnel are required to pass check-outs on the aircraft categories in order to be entitled to handle those flights.


ATR 72-Family

Bombardier Canadair Regional Jet

Bombardier Dash 8 Q-Series

Embraer E-Jets

Embraer ERJ-145 family

Fokker 100


Airbus 320 family

Boeing 737 family

Boeing 757 family


Airbus 300 family

Airbus 310 family

Airbus 330 family

Airbus 340 family

Airbus 380

Boeing 767 family

Boeing 777 family

Boeing 747 family