GEN 4  CHARGES FOR AERODROMES/HELIPORTS AND AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES

GEN 4.1  Aerodrome/Heliport Charges

1   EBAW

1.1   Landing and Take-off

The charges for landing, take-off or IFR approach without landing between 0530 and 2200 (0430 and 2100) are fixed as follows:

Aircraft weightCharge
≤ 10 T4.34 EUR/T (12.71 EUR MNM)
> 10 T to ≤ 30 T43.43 EUR/T + 3.25 EUR/T exceeding 10 T
> 30 T108.57 EUR/T + 4.34 EUR/T exceeding 30 T
1.2   Collective Parking

The charge for the collective parking is 3.25 EUR/day/T, but not less than 15.26 EUR.

This charge will be levied after a period of:

  • 3 HR for aircraft ≤ 3 T;
  • 4 HR for aircraft > 3 T and ≤ 5 T;
  • 5 HR for aircraft > 5 T and ≤ 7 T;
  • 6 HR for aircraft > 7 T.
1.3   Use of Passenger Facilities

The charge for use of passenger facilities is 16.70 EUR per departing passenger (free of VAT) for aircraft > 3 T and 6.26 EUR per departing passenger (free of VAT) for aircraft ≤ 3 T. Transfer passengers shall pay a charge of 8.35 EUR (free of VAT).

The charge shall be levied by the aircraft operator and the exact amount shall be mentioned separately on the air ticket.

Passengers that use the Business Terminal or Brabo lounge shall pay an extra charge of 7.12 EUR (free of VAT).

PRM charge : The PRM charge (for the assistance of passengers with reduced mobility) of 0.46 EUR applies to all departing passengers (originating, transfer and transit departing passengers (leaving the aircraft)).

Crew on duty and children under 2 years are exempted.

1.4   Fuelling

The charges for the supply of fuel on board of aircraft are:

  • per liter taken on board: 0.005 EUR;
  • per fixed or mobile supply station: 400 EUR per year.
1.5   Exemptions and Reductions

Are exempted from the charges for landing, take-off, collective parking and use of passenger facilities:

  • Aircraft used for the exclusive transportation of heads of state or members of the Government and the persons accompanying them on official business;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights of which the humanitarian or aeronautical propagandist or historic nature is recognized by the LEM Antwerpen NV;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights on request of the LEM Antwerpen NV;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights on request of the CAA or skeyes for inspection of the installations;
  • Aircraft forced to return to the aerodrome of departure for technical reasons or bad weather conditions, without having landed at another airport;
  • Aircraft carrying members of the airport personnel who, as part of their function, need to verify installations;
  • Aircraft carrying out test flights prescribed by the CAA for issue or renewal of the certificate of airworthiness.

Are exempted from the charge for use of passenger facilities:

  • Children younger than two years;
  • Airline personnel on duty.

Student pilots can get a reduction of 70% for all airport charges for their training flights if:

  • The student pilot is inscribed in a training school acknowledged by the CAA;
  • The aircraft that is used for training is acknowledged by the CAA;
  • The aircraft that is used for training is home-based at EBAW and the MTOW does not exceed 2 T.

For air transport companies starting up a regular international passenger line, the fees for landing, take-off and passengers are reduced by 50% during the first year and 25% during the second year.

1.6   Remarks

For the calculation of the charges, every part of a ton is counted as a full ton, every started hour is counted as a full hour and every started day is counted as a full day. The weight of an aircraft is considered to be the MTOW as stipulated on the certificate of airworthiness, in the flight manual or in any other record annexed to the certificate of airworthiness. The tariffs mentioned are VAT excl.

The airport commander or his deputy may ground any aircraft for which the charges that are due have not been paid within the prescribed deadlines.

2   EBBR

The charges are published in the Brussels Airport Handbook, chapter TER - Terms of Use of the Installations of Brussels Airport, Charges for Aeronautical Activities, item TER/TAR01. This information can be consulted online on the Brussels Airport website or on the Brussels Airport Extranet after obtaining a login and password.

Post:

Brussels Airport Company
Satellite Building, +1
1930 Zaventem
BELGIUM

Email: OperationalDocumentation@brusselsairport.be

3   EBCI

3.1   Landing Charges
3.1.1   Scheduled Passenger Flights (North Terminal)
3.1.1.1   Scheduled/charter flights

The landing charges for scheduled passenger flights at EBCI are fixed at 2.47 EUR/passenger.

Reduction to the yearly charges per carrier is granted as follows:

Bracket of departing passengersReduction applicable to the passengers in this bracket
15 001 to 35 0005%
35 001 to 50 00010%
50 001 to 100 00025%
100 001 to 200 00035%
200 001 and up50%

The landing charges are also due for diverted flights and for flights forced to land for technical reasons.

3.1.1.2   Ad hoc flights

The landing charges for based aircraft at EBCI are fixed at 9.64 EUR/T MTOW.

The landing charges are also due for diverted flights and for flights forced to land for technical reasons.

3.1.2   General Aviation and Cargo Flights (South Terminal)

The landing charges for based aircraft at EBCI are fixed at 9.64 EUR/T MTOW.

The landing charges for non-based aircraft at EBCI are fixed at 11.64 EUR/T MTOW.

For aircraft with a MTOW < 6 T, quarterly and annual subscriptions for landing charges are available as follows:

MTOWQuarterlyAnnual
< 1 T296.90 EUR927.85 EUR
1 T to < 2 T482.48 EUR1633.02 EUR
2 T to < 3 T630.95 EUR2152.61 EUR
3 T to < 4 T816.52 EUR2672.20 EUR
4 T to < 5 T1002.07 EUR3303.15 EUR
5 T to < 6 T1187.65 EUR3971.22 EUR
3.1.3   Training Flights and Touch-and-go

The landing charges for training flights and touch-and-go movements are fixed at 9.64 EUR/T MTOW.

For training flights and touch-and-go movements performed with aircraft of 6 T or more from MON to FRI (HOL excl), a reduction of 50% is granted.

3.2   Unsheltered Parking
3.2.1   Scheduled Passenger Flights (North Terminal)

A charge is due for the unsheltered parking of an aircraft for longer than twelve consecutive hours. This charge is fixed at 2.22 EUR/T MTOW per day.

3.2.2   General aviation and cargo flights (South Terminal)

For based aircraft, a charge is due for the unsheltered parking for longer than twelve consecutive hours. This charge is fixed at 2.22 EUR/T MTOW per day.

For non-based aircraft, a charge is due for the unsheltered parking for longer than twelve consecutive hours. This charge is fixed at 2.69 EUR/T MTOW per day.

For aircraft with a MTOW < 6 T, quarterly and annual subscriptions for parking fees are available as follows:

MTOWQuarterlyAnnual
< 1 T172.50 EUR608.86 EUR
1 T to < 2 T345.02 EUR1217.73 EUR
2 T to < 3 T517.53 EUR1826.59 EUR
3 T to < 4 T690.05 EUR2435.45 EUR
4 T to < 5 T862.56 EUR3044.31 EUR
5 T to < 6 T1035.07 EUR3653.18 EUR
3.3   Passenger charges
3.3.1   Scheduled Passenger Flights (North Terminal)

NIL

3.3.2   General aviation and cargo flights (South Terminal)

A charge is due for the use of passenger facilities. This charge is fixed at 8.60 EUR/passenger in and out.

3.4   Exemptions

None of the above mentioned charges are due for

  • Aircraft used for the exclusive transport of heads of state or government members on official business;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights on request of the Walloon regional government;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights on request of the CAA in order to perform checks and controls;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights on request of skeyes for a mission concerning EBCI;
  • Aircraft carrying out flights of which the humanitarian character has been recognized by the regional Minister of Transport;
  • Members of the Walloon regional government or services of the Walloon regional government on official duty.
3.5   Remarks

For the calculation of the charges, every part of a ton is counted as a full ton and every started day is counted as a full day.

All charges are linked to the Belgian consumer price index and will be updated accordingly, once a year. The tariffs mentioned are VAT excl.

If the charges due are not settled as required, aircraft may be grounded by the Airport Authority.

4   EBLG

This information can be consulted online on the Liège Airport website.

5   EBKT

This information can be consulted online on the Kortrijk Airport website.

Post:

International Airport Kortrijk-Wevelgem
Luchthavenstraat 1 bus 1
8560 Wevelgem
BELGIUM

Email: airport.kortrijk@skynet.be

6   ELLX

6.1   Parking Charge

Parking charges amount to 1.25 EUR per ton MTOW and per period of 24 HR, any fraction of a ton and period of 24 HR is invoiced as a complete unit.

After every landing, the first four parking hours are free. The first period of 24 HR starts only as of the fifth HR after landing.

Landing or take-off times on the flight progression strip apply.

6.2   Passenger Charges
6.2.1   Passenger Service Charge

The passenger service charge applicable for commercial flights amount to 7.00 EUR per departing passenger. The passenger charge is due by all departing passengers at Luxembourg Airport. The passenger charge is collected by airlines on behalf of lux-Airport. The aircraft operator is fully liable for payment of the passenger charge.

6.2.2   PRM Charge

The PRM charge amounts to 0.50 EUR per departing passenger. The PRM charge is due by all departing passengers at Luxembourg Airport. The PRM charge is collected by the airline/aircraft operator on behalf of lux-Airport. The aircraft operator is fully liable for payment of the PRM charge.

6.2.3   Exemptions

Passengers in direct transit, remaining on board of the aircraft, passengers under the age of 2 years and people travelling for airlines/aircraft operators for operational reasons, are exempted from the passenger charges.

6.3   Remarks

For further details regarding aerodrome charges consult the website:

7   EBOS

This information can be consulted online on the Ostend Airport website.