Aircraft marshallers assist pilots in safely entering, operating in, and exiting aircraft parking areas. Though the Pilot-In-Command is ultimately responsible for the safety of the aircraft, pilots are reliant on marshallers to prevent contacting obstacles or people. This module reviews ramp hazards like excessive use of engine thrust, aircraft lights, ramp markings, personal protective equipment, movement signals, and technical signals that line service techs and pilots use to communicate.


There is no specific requirement to train on Marshalling under Part 135 unless you have added it to your training program requirements.
The module is not required by the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) or Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) standard.
  • Aircraft Taxiing
  • Movement on the Ramp
  • Ramp Hazards
  • Ramp Safety
  • Movement Signals
  • Technical Signals