What is General Aviation?
General Aviation is a collective term for general aviation, business aviation and private charter aviation. These aviation operations are carried out in a separate area of the airport, both airside and landside (General Aviation Terminal).
For a complete definition of what is to be understood by General Aviation we refer to the definition laid down in the Royal Decree of 6 November 2010 on the access to the ground handling market at Brussels Airport, as modified by the Royal Decree of 23 November 2014.
Ground handling for General Aviation
“Ground handling services” are services that are provided to a user at the airport. A user is any natural or legal person who take care of the transport by air of passengers, mail and/or cargo to and from Brussels Airport.
As laid down in the AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication) ground handling is compulsory at Brussels Airport.
"Ground handling services" is a generic term for a group of services which includes amongst others things: the boarding and unboarding of passengers, the transport to/from the terminal, the loading and unloading of baggage, catering (transport).
Today two companies provide ground handling services for General Aviation at Brussels Airport:
An-Céline Claes, email@example.com , +32 2 720 58 80
Ground handling: firstname.lastname@example.org
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