|Quoting WJV04 (reply 10):|
Your on gate 50 waiting for one of our -200s, you see a 3 -200s comming in to the terminal right behind each other, you look on the report and gate 49 and gate 51 have -200s coming in as well. As they approach you look and spot out which one your waiting for so when the aircraft gets near the lead-in line you give the pilot the "This Gate" signal, so he knows to turn in.
|Quoting Goose (reply 12):|
Most often the aircraft are given their gate assignment from Ops and they'll know where to go
|Quoting WJV04 (reply 16):|
And those light tree systems, are in still in place, however the ground crew including ACA, GGNA, ATS never use them. I have seen them used maybe five times(?) in the year I worked at ATS.