Aviramp® is a suite of height adjustable remote stand boarding ramps and bridges supplied worldwide from our UK Headquarters.
Winner of the 2021 Queen’s Award for Enterprise; International Trade.
Aviramp® has supplied a unique range of patented remote stand boarding ramps and bridges since 2010.
Global customers include Airlines, Airports and Ground Handlers who have all witnessed a revolution in passenger safety, turnaround efficiency and wheelchair user inclusivity.
All feature one person operation powered by either sustainable solar or small diesel engines driving hydraulics.
MANUFACTURED IN THE UK, QUALITY ASSURED IN THE UK
FULLY WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE
Low angle 7.5° - 8° slopes allow for full, unrestricted wheelchair access for PRM's.
Proven 30% faster disembarkation and an option to pre-board passengers while the aircraft is being prepared. Full crew access by the rear stairs and the upper ramp.
LESS VEHICLE ACTIVITY
Less vehicle activity on stand reduces the risk of aircraft damage through collision. No need to deploy an Ambulift for PRM's.
LOW COST MAINTENANCE
Aviramp incurs minimal annual maintenance costs and carries a 10 year structural warranty as standard, along with a 1 year ancillary parts warranty.
Step-free access eliminates the risk of falls from stairs, particularly where children and parents carrying children are concerned. Unrestricted load capacity allows the passengers to queue on the ramp rather than the apron.
OPERATIONAL COST SAVINGS
Cost savings on turnaround and operation - reduced need to invest in and deploy specialized equipment such as an Ambulift. Additionally, all Aviramps require just one crew member to operate.
Every Aviramp model can be solar powered, continually charging a battery bank even in cloudy conditions reducing the overall carbon footprint. Alternatively, Aviramps can also be powered by small, low emission diesel engines.
Whether fully enclosed or fully open, Aviramp offers a superb and unrivalled passenger experience on remote stands. Reduced need to lift suitcases, and a promised easy and comfortable step-free boarding experience for all.
Cebu Pacific currently operates a fleet of 39 units of Aviramp Passenger Boarding Ramp across 23 Domestic airport stations in the Philippines. The Aviramp Passenger Boarding Ramp have proven to be reliable, well designed and are efficient in their overall operational performance and maintainability. We are satisfied with the Aviramp Passenger Boarding Ramp as well as the after sales service support provided by Aviramp. We highly recommend Aviramp Passenger Boarding Ramp to prospective airlines and operators. Jennygilda P. Gonzales | M.Sc., Manager – GSE, Ground Operations, Cebu Pacific Air, Philippines
The Aviramp solution is very low maintenance which again delivers great cost savings in the longer term. So on many levels Aviramp is a great asset. Representing JINWA and JAC |
We’ve been using our Aviramps quite a bit of late as our hardstand operations are gearing up for a busy summer construction season. Passengers and airline staff very much enjoy the convenience and safety of the Aviramp. Larry Shack | Associate Director Ground Operations, Greater Toronto Airports Authority/Airport Operations
The unit’s simplicity, reliability, and dual purpose usability will surely force itself in the arena, I can see Aviramp throughout all airports in the MENA region quite soon, it really is a sound investment. Naser Farad Al Obaid | Engineering Director of National Aviation Services Kuwait
I can say easily that since introducing Aviramp here at NQY around a year and a half ago, that it has reduced the physical lift on’s by around 80%, yes we still have to transfer the PRM from either the wheel chair to the seat or the smaller lift on chair to the A/C seat but this takes most of the effort away from the Ramp / ASO staff. Steve Delaney | Trainer and Compliance Controller at Newquay Airport
We have had good feedback from passengers, they have really helped passengers to take to remote stand operations here.” Airlines, having been more than encouraging of Sea-Tac to find ways to improve customer service vis-à-vis remote stand operations, have also been happy with the results. Tim Toerber | Airline resource & scheduling manager