Champions League Flights LFC – Madrid End of May, Early June PPR Policy

Issued Wed 08May19 by Liverpool Airport – Airport Authority.

Please note that Ravenair / LAS issues all PPR’s for the GA Apron at Kilo as Lead Tenant. We will continue to assess and issue PPR’s for the GA Apron for aircraft with a MTOW of less than 10,000 Kgs during the period explained further below which effects aircraft operators wishing to use the Main Apron Critical Part and Temporary Demarcated Area.

See our FBO Page for information about parking and information for passengers which details information about aircraft parking and security requirements.

The Airport Authority have started a planning process and will be working on looking at capacity over the next week.┬áThe Airport Authority are not fully aware of the volume of passenger “airline” charter aircraft wanting to use the Main Apron and Main Terminal facilities. Therefore PPR will not be granted for any GA/BA aircraft wishing to use the Main Apron Critical Part or Temporary Demarcated Area between 30th May and the 2nd June until late next week at least.

The Airport Authority will not be accepting any “airline” charter slot requests until next week, as they would like to collate all the data for the proposed flights to maximise capacity.

The Airport Authority will accept FBO PPR requests so they can monitor capacity for your GA/BA flights, However no PPR’s will be issued until late next week.

Please note that Ravenair / LAS issues all PPR’s for the GA Apron at Kilo as Lead Tenant. We will continue to assess and issue PPR’s for the GA Apron for aircraft with a MTOW of less than 10,000 Kgs.

See our FBO Page for information about parking and information for passengers which details information about aircraft parking and security requirements.

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