Airport Charges

Airport Charges

1. AIRPORT BUILDING CHARGES (ABC)

In accordance with General Authority of Civil Aviation Circular no. 256/5/3536 dated (21/02/1437H), ABC is levied on all international passengers (departing and arriving) as well as inbound and outbound international transit passengers, as follows:

TYPE OF PASSENGER

CHARGES (SAR)

International Passenger

87

International Transit Passenger

87

Exemptions

A. Passengers:

§ Infants

§ On duty airline crew

§ Diplomatic passengers

§ Transit passengers who stay on board or arrive and depart on the same flight number.

§ Crew members placed on airlines crew list and hold ID cards (pilots, flight engineer, cabin crew and technician)

§ For inadmissible passengers (if they are returning back with the same flight)

§ For Sky Marshalls (if they are returning back with the same flight)

B. Aircrafts:

§ Royal aircraft

§ Royal Saudi Air Force aircraft

§ Diplomatic and foreign military aircraft, provided they do not carry passengers for a fee, on reciprocal treatment

§ Search and rescue aircraft provided that they do not charges a fee

§ Saudi training aircraft and aircraft belonging to clubs and amateurs

§ Aircraft exempted in accordance with international, mutual or special agreements with the Government of Saudi Arabia

§ GACA aircraft

§ Aircraft which depart and return for technical reasons

§ Aircraft which land for technical reasons or force majeure

§ Red Crescent or Red Cross aircraft

§ Aircraft exempted by order of HRH the Minister of Defence and Aviation

2. AIRCRAFT PARKING CHARGES

In accordance with Article 3 of the “Implementation Regulation for Civil Aviation Tariff System” issued by Royal Decree No. M/55 dated as of 20/10/1426H (updated No. 6-45 dated as of 21/03.1430H) and General Authority of Civil Aviation Circular no. 256/5/3577 dated (21/02/1437H) , Aircraft Parking Charges are levied on all aircraft after the first two hours from landing as per the following table. The chargeable parking duration is measured from the landing time till take-off time and is calculated by rounding the maximum permissible take-off weight (as stated in the aircraft’s Noise Certificate) to the nearest ton.

CHARGEABLEPERIOD

AIRCRAFT NOT ON

SAUDI NATIONAL REGISTER

AIRCRAFT ON

SAUDI NATIONAL REGISTER

Up to 24 Hours

SAR 10.91 per ton per 8 hours

SAR 6.55 per ton per 8 hours

After 24 Hours

SAR 10.91 per ton per 24 hours

SAR 6.55 per ton per 24 hours

Exemptions

§ Parking period less than two hours

§ Royal aircraft

§ Royal Saudi Air Force aircraft

§ Diplomatic and foreign military aircraft, provided they do not carry passengers for a fee, on reciprocal treatment

§ Search and rescue aircraft provided that they do not charges a fee

§ Saudi training aircraft and aircraft belonging to clubs and amateurs

§ Aircraft exempted in accordance with international, mutual or special agreements with the Government of Saudi Arabia

§ GACA aircraft

§ Aircraft which depart and return for technical reasons

§ Aircraft which land for technical reasons or force majeure

§ Red Crescent or Red Cross aircraft

§ Aircraft exempted by order of HRH the Minister of Defence and Aviation

3. LANDING CHARGES

In accordance with Article 2 of the “Implementation Regulation for Civil Aviation Tariff System” issued by Royal Decree No. M/55 dated as of 20/10/1426H (updated No. 6-45 dated as of 21/03.1430H) and General Authority of Civil Aviation Circular no. 256/5/3577 dated (21/02/1437H), Landing charges are levied on all aircraft based on Article 2 of the Implementation Regulations for Civil Aviation Tariff Act as per the following table. Landing charge is calculated by rounding the maximum permissible take-off weight (as stated in the aircraft’s Noise Certificate) to the nearest ton.

FLIGHT CATEGORY

CHARGES/TON (SAR)

All Flights

32.74

 

Exemptions

§ Royal Aircraft

§ Royal Saudi Air Force Aircraft

§ Diplomatic and foreign military aircraft, provided they do not carry passengers for a fee, on reciprocal treatment

§ Search and rescue aircraft provided that they do not charges a fee

§ Saudi training aircraft and aircraft belonging to clubs and amateurs

§ Aircraft exempted in accordance with international, mutual or special agreements with the Government of Saudi Arabia

§ GACA aircraft

§ Aircraft which depart and return for technical reasons

§ Aircraft which land for technical reasons or force majeure

§ Red Crescent or Red Cross aircraft

§ Aircraft exempted by order of HRH the Minister of Defence and Aviation

4. AIRCRAFT SECURITY CHARGES

In accordance with Article 6 of the “Implementation Regulation for Civil Aviation Tariff System” issued by Royal Decree No. M/55 dated as of 20/10/1426H (updated No. 6-45 dated as of 21/03.1430H) and General Authority of Civil Aviation Circular no. 256/5/3577 dated (21/02/1437H), Security charges are levied on all aircrafts departing from Medina Airport as per the following table. The landing charges is calculated by rounding the maximum permissible take-off weight (as stated in the aircraft’s Noise Certificate) to the nearest ton.

CATEGORY OF MTOW (TONNE)

CHARGE (SAR)

0 – 7

545.70

7 – 136

1,091.40

136 +

1,637.10

Exemptions

§ International Transit Flights

§ Cargo Flights

§ Royal Aircraft

§ Royal Saudi Air Force Aircraft

§ Diplomatic and foreign military aircraft, provided they do not carry passengers for a fee, on reciprocal treatment

§ Search and rescue aircraft provided that they do not charges a fee

§ Saudi training aircraft and aircraft belonging to clubs and amateurs

§ Aircraft exempted in accordance with international, mutual or special agreements with the Government of Saudi Arabia

§ GACA aircraft

§ Aircraft which depart and return for technical reasons

§ Aircraft which land for technical reasons or force majeure

§ Red Crescent or Red Cross aircraft

§ Aircraft exempted by order of HRH the Minister of Defence and Aviation

5. AIRCRAFT GUARDING CHARGES

In accordance with Article 6 of the “Implementation Regulation for Civil Aviation Tariff System” issued by Royal Decree No. M/55 dated as of 20/10/1426H (updated No. 6-45 dated as of 21/03.1430H) and General Authority of Civil Aviation Circular no. 256/5/3577 dated (21/02/1437H), Guarding charges are levied on all aircrafts based on request of service by Airlines. Aircraft guarding charge is calculated by rounding the maximum permissible take-off weight (as stated in the aircraft’s Noise Certificate) to the nearest ton.

CATEGORY OF MTOW (TON)

CHARGE/HOUR (SAR)

0 – 7

54.57

7 – 136

109.14

136 +

163.71

Exemptions

 

§ Royal Aircraft

§ Royal Saudi Air Force Aircraft

§ Diplomatic and foreign military aircraft, provided they do not carry passengers for a fee, on reciprocal treatment

§ Search and rescue aircraft provided that they do not charges a fee

§ Saudi training aircraft and aircraft belonging to clubs and amateurs

§ Aircraft exempted in accordance with international, mutual or special agreements with the Government of Saudi Arabia

§ GACA aircraft

§ Aircraft which depart and return for technical reasons

§ Aircraft which land for technical reasons or force majeure

§ Red Crescent or Red Cross aircraft

§ Aircraft exempted by order of HRH the Minister of Defence and Aviation

6. PASSENGER HANDLING CHARGES

In accordance with Article 5 of the “Implementation Regulation for Civil Aviation Tariff System” issued by Royal Decree No. M/55 dated as of 20/10/1426H (updated No. 6-45 dated as of 21/03.1430H) and General Authority of Civil Aviation Circular no. 256/5/3577 dated (21/02/1437H), Passenger handling charges are levied for the transport of passengers from Aircraft to the lounges and vice versa, for each aircraft as per the following table. Passenger handling charges are calculated by rounding the maximum permissible take-off weight (as stated in the aircraft’s Noise Certificate) to the nearest ton.

CATEGORY OF MTOW (TON)

CHARGE (SAR)

Less than 50 tons

109.14

50 – 100

218.28

101 – 200

327.42

201 – 300

436.56

301 – 350

545.70

351 and above

654.84

Exemptions

§ Ferry Flights

§ Royal Aircraft

§ Royal Saudi Air Force Aircraft

§ Diplomatic and foreign military aircraft, provided they do not carry passengers for a fee, on reciprocal treatment

§ Search and rescue aircraft provided that they do not charges a fee

§ Saudi training aircraft and aircraft belonging to clubs and amateurs

§ Aircraft exempted in accordance with international, mutual or special agreements with the Government of Saudi Arabia

§ GACA aircraft

§ Aircraft which depart and return for technical reasons

§ Aircraft which land for technical reasons or force majeure

§ Red Crescent or Red Cross aircraft

§ Aircraft exempted by order of HRH the Minister of Defence and Aviation

7. AIRCRAFT BRIDGE CHARGE

Aircraft bridge charges are levied for each Aircraft connected to the bridge on a two hours basis as per the following table. Upon request by airlines, these charges are calculated on the basis of ICAO aero plane design code.

ICAO AEROPLANE DESIGN CODE

CHARGE (SAR)

ICAO Aero plane Design Code : "C" and "D"

650

ICAO Aero plane Design Code :"E"< 350 tones

750

ICAO Aero plane Design Code : "E" > 350 tones and "F"

900

Note: An aircraft connected to two bridges will be charged for two connections

Exemptions

(No Exemptions)

8. SUPPLY OF ENERGY TO AIRCRAFTS (400Hz & PCA):

During the stay, GPU (Ground Power Unit) or APU (Aircraft Power Unit) is used to provide to the aircraft the needed energy supply (electricity and air conditioning). Since APU and GPU produce noise and pollution, GPU and APU are not authorized when the aircraft is connected to a bridge. Only APU is authorized at remote parking stands

The Airport Operator provides 400Hz & PCA supply for each parking stands at the following charges:

400 Hz

CHARGE (SAR)

All Flights (Contact & Remote stands)

150 per hour

PCA

CHARGE (SAR)

All Flights

250 per hour

 

Exemptions

(No Exemptions)

9. FIRE ASSISTANCE SERVICE (SAFETY PRECAUTION)

Safety Precaution Service is mandatory for all aircrafts carrying passengers on board while being refueled, however, this service is also provided if requested by Airlines at any time. The following table indicates the charges for safety precautions against aircraft fire. Firefighting equipment is allocated with the crew for safety precaution services and charges are applied per each served flight.

FLIGHT CATEGORY

CHARGE (SAR)

All Flights

600

Exemptions

(No Exemptions)

10. COMMON USER TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (CUTE)

CUTE Charges includes all Common User Terminal IT boarding systems and applications, end-to-end, including and not limited to the use of Departure Control System (DCS) and Baggage Reconciliation System (BRS).

In case the used CUTE system is Maestro MLDCS, an additional charge of 0.63 SAR will be added to the CUTE charge.

DEPARTING PASSENGER

CHARGE (SAR)

All departing passenger (CUTE & DCS & BRS)

4.23

If the cute system is MLDCS

additional 0.63

Exemptions

§ Infants

§ On duty airline crew

§ Diplomatic passengers

§ Transit passengers who stay on board or arrive and depart on the same flight number.

§ Crew members placed on airlines crew list and hold ID cards (pilots, flight engineer, cabin crew and technician)

In addition to the CUTE charges, the following charges are applied for the licensing and activation services on a request basis for office use:

CUTE LICENSE & ACTIVIATION

(for office use)

CHARGE (SAR)

CUTE Workstation

Prices shall be furnished as per services and equipment requested

ATB / BTB Printer

Desko Keyboard

Boarding Gate Reader

Baggage Reconciliation System Printer (without paper)

11. GROUND HANDLING CHARGES

In accordance with GACA circular no. 12/217 dated as of 30/01/1435H, Ground handling charges are levied on the ground handling operator for all departing and arriving international passengers as well as inbound and outbound international transit passengers as per the following table.

GROUND HANDLING CONCESSION CHARGES

CHARGE (SAR)

All International Passengers

1

Exemptions

§ Infants

§ On duty airline crew

§ Diplomatic passengers

§ Transit passengers who stay on board or arrive and depart on the same flight number.

§ Crew members placed on airlines crew list and hold ID cards (pilots, flight engineer, cabin crew and technician)

12. FIXED BASED OPERATOR (FBO) CHARGES

FBO charges are levied on the local representatives of all private aircrafts. The FBO charges are calculated by rounding the maximum permissible take-off weight (as stated in the aircraft’s Noise Certificate) to the nearest ton.

PRIVATE FLIGHT : CATEGORY OF MTOW(TON)

CHARGE (SAR)

0 – 15

1,000

15 – 30

1,500

30 +

2,000

Above charges shall be reviewed every year and shall be adjusted by Tibah no less than the inflation rate as announced by Central Department of Statistics and Information of the Ministry of Economy and Planning of the Government of KSA (or equivalent institution).

Exemptions

(No Exemptions)

13. PRIVATE FLIGHT LOUNGE CHARGES

Private Flight Lounge charges are levied on the local representatives of all private aircrafts on departing and arriving passengers as follows

PRIVATE FLIGHT LOUNGE USE

CHARGE (SAR)

1 – 9 passengers

1,000 per passenger

More than 9 passengers

800 per passenger

Exemptions

(No Exemptions)

Covid19: Travel Safe

Aviation is a highly regulated industry due to the global character of the business. In Turkey, the precautions to be taken at airports against COVID-19 are defined in the “Airports Pandemic Precautions and Certification Circular”, issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (SHGM). We have implemented these precautions fully at our airport.

As TAV Airports, our global footprint reaches 100 airports in 30 countries. Through this know-how, we have implemented precautions that go beyond legal requirements. Our staff is trained regarding the new regulations and code of conduct.

The precautions taken at our airport can be grouped under three main areas.

Firstly, we have mapped the movement of passengers and staff inside the airport and configured a flow that would enable everyone to keep safe physical distance with other in every step of the way. Secondly, we have increased the frequency of disinfection and hygiene works. Thirdly, we have made arrangements to minimize contact between passengers and airport staff.

To protect yourself and others, you are required to wear a mask at all times during your journey in the airport. Passengers without a mask will not be allowed inside the terminal and will not be able to board the plane. Irregularity to comply with this rule may result in penalties.

We kindly remind you to wear a mask during your trip to and from the airport with public transportation.

No, you can still check-in to your flight when you arrive at the terminal. On the other hand, for a faster and safer experience, we recommend to complete your online check-in before arriving at the terminal, whenever possible.

We have implemented signage for you to keep your physical distance with others during security control. Please adhere to directions.

X-ray machines and trays are disinfected frequently.

Your body temperature will be checked with thermal cameras upon entering the terminal. Anyone with a body temperature above 37.5C will be directed to the health authorities. We kindly remind you to put on your mask before entering the terminal building.

Until further notice, only passengers and airport staff will be allowed inside the terminal. Please wait in the carpark to welcome guests.

We recommend that you arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before your flight for domestic flights, and 3 hours for international flights.

The lounges at our airport are configured as for you to keep your safe physical distance with others. Please follow instructions and signage.

During this phase, some facilities at our airport may be closed to service. For detailed information: www.primeclass.com.tr

The F&B points at our airport are configured as for you to keep your safe physical distance with others. Please follow instructions and signage. Wearing a mask is obligatory at F&B points.

F&B areas, kitchens and storage areas are frequently disinfected.

We recommend using contactless payment options.

The duty-free at our airport are configured as for you to keep your safe physical distance with others. Please follow instructions and signage. Wearing a mask is obligatory at duty-free shops.

Duty-free areas and storage areas are frequently disinfected.

We recommend using contactless payment options.

The prayer areas at our airport are configured as for you to keep your safe physical distance with others. Please follow instructions and signage.

All waiting areas at our airport are configured as for you to keep your safe physical distance with others. Please follow instructions and signage.

Boarding will begin from the back of the aircraft and proceed to front row seats. Please wait for your turn.

Boarding pass and ID checks are configured to minimize contact with others.

Passengers without masks won’t be allowed to board the airplane.

International arrival passengers will have their body temperatures checked and in case of suspicion, passengers will be directed to the health units.

All arrival areas at our airport are configured as for you to keep your safe physical distance with others. Please follow instructions and signage.

Baggage conveyor systems are disinfected frequently.

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