General Aviation Traffic

Aircrafts can be accessed rapidly from landside thanks to reduced security measures.

General Aviation traffic is received in Zone Bravo which is located on a section of the Bravo apron and is accessible via the General Aviation Terminal.

Thanks to sophisticated video surveillance on the Bravo apron, aircrafts can be easily accessed and mandatory screening is not required.

 

Services in the General Aviation Terminal

 

Services for business flights, such as ground handling, reception, runway escort, luggage transport, flight preparations, cleaning and catering are provided by our partner Strasbourg Handling.

To request a quotation or support online, please contact:

 

 

 

Tel number : +33 (0) 388 64 73 93

Mobile : 06 34 56 45 76

SITA address : SXBGAXH

Email : sxb.executive@aviapartner.aero

 

In some cases minimum handling assistance is mandatory:  

  • All international flights of      General Aviation (excluding home-based aircraft)  
  • All general aviation flights      (excluding home-based aircraft) outside the operational hours of the      General Aviation Terminal

Demarcated area opening hours

The demarcated area is active from 5 am to 11 pm (local time). An extension request regarding opening hours can be sent to the airport operator (a 48 hours notice period shall be fulfilled).

 

Contact information

 

• Supervisor: superviseur@strasbourg.aeroport.fr

• Security Director: a.ludmann@strasbourg.aeroport.fr

 

Even if the request fulfills the notice period it does not imply the approval of the extension request by the airport operator.

 

Movement restrictions on the runway

 

Movement restrictions as well as allowed departure and arrival times are provided in the Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP AD2 LFST ADC02)

 

From 6 am to 11:30 pm (local time) there are no movement restrictions on the runway.

 

For more detailed information please consult the national aeronautical information service website https://www.sia.aviation-civile.gouv.fr

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