• Trip Management Services
  • Flight Planning 
  • Permits & Slots Coordination
  • Flight Tracking
  • Fuel Coordination
  • Aircraft performance
  • Aviation Consultancy Services
  • Aviation Electronic Solutions
  • Weather & NOTAMS
  • Runway Analysis
  • Ground Support
  • Travel Services
  • Aviation Catering
  • VIP Services


International Flight Planning Solutions (IFPLS) is a professional Flight Planning Services corporate operating all around the globe. Our customized Flight Planning Systems along with our operations teams are here to support you all the way through your trip.

The variety of our services can be seen in terms of integration since we provide International Trip Planning, Flight Tracking, Electronic Flight-bags, Airline Dispatch Services, NOTAMs, Weather Briefings, and Contracted Dispatch Services in addition to Ground Support, Permits and Slots arrangement as well as Aviation Fuel.

With IFPLS, you can rest assured that your trips are a success.

Our Best

Excelling in the aviation services world in terms of reputation as a trusted provider of Aviation services is our crystal vision. With much expertise in hand and worldwide coordination links, we are fully dedicated to presenting the type of services which stand as a backbone to support your business in the aviation world. Whether on ground or in the sky our teams are dedicated to making punctual and accurate response to your requests. Through establishing strong connections on ground and with local authorities, we’re working to optimize the readiness and profitability of your business.

Your Intensive Flight Operations Care!


15 / January

BAHRAIN Civil Aviation Authority - Permit and Air Navigation Fees

IFPLS would like to help you to manage your route and En-route cost by providing some financial and political information about the middle eastern countries:

Bahrain, one of the friendliest countries in the middle east, has no complicated procedures or regulations.

Bahrain overflight permit is an easy permit to be obtained, Bahrain CAA requires no fees to issue the permit at the time being, but it is invoicing air navigation charges for overflight and Landing in Bahrain according to the following price list:


Air Navigation charges for aircraft that does not land in Bahrain



Up to 40,000 Kg

BD 24.000

40,001 Kg - 80,000 Kg

BD 35.000

80,001 Kg - 120,000 Kg

BD 47.000

120,001 Kg - 200,000 Kg

BD 59.000

200,001 Kg - 300,000 Kg

BD 71.000

300,001 Kg or more

BD 79.000

Charges impose on each landing and take-off to/from Bahrain International Airport



Up to 40,000 Kg

BD 12.600

40,001 Kg - 80,000 Kg

BD 18.900

80,001 Kg - 120,000 Kg

BD 25.200

120,001 Kg - 200,000 Kg

BD 31.500

200,001 Kg - 300,000 Kg

BD 37.800

300,001 Kg or more

BD 42.000



Bahrain is not involved in any regional restrictions, and its airspace is open to operating in any middle eastern country without any issue, so it is too much easy to plan your flight route via this friendly country.

if you may need any further information, or help in Bahrain, please don't hesitate to contact our team via email:

IFPLS is the best flight support company in the world, and we are working hard to be “Your Intensive Flight Operations Care”.

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15 / January

Egypt permits and Air navigation Charges

Egypt is one of the most important countries in the Middle East, Egypt FIR controls most aircraft operating from Europe to the Gulf region or Africa,

Egypt Civil Aviation Authority provides permits for overflight and Landing, only for the local handlers and companies located in Egypt that are authorized to provide aviation services in Egypt. Generally, no CAA charges are applied for overflight or landing permits in Egypt, only some tiny fees to cover stamps, administration, and communication charges may be applied by the local agents.

Egypt Air navigation fees are collectible by the Euro Control, and they shall be invoiced directly by Euro Control to the operator based on the following formulas:

Navigation Charges for Overflight = T1 x D x P

Navigation Charges for Landing = T2 x D x P

T1 = unite rate which is: 17.03 € starting 01-Jan-19 as per Egypt AIP 

T2 = unit rate for landing which is: 132.44 € starting 01-Jan-19

D = Distance Factor = Distance flown over Egypt in Kilometers divided by one hundred (100)

P = Weight Factor = Square root of (MTOW ÷ 50) = √ (MTOW/50)

If you may need any further information please don’t hesitate to contact our 24/7 operations team via our email:

IFPLS is the best flight support company in the world, and we are working hard to be “Your Intensive Flight Operations Care”.

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15 / January

Saudi Arabia Permits fees and Air Navigation charges

Who doesn’t know the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the land of oil and investments, Saudi Arabia sky as same as its land, the route for most private and commercial flights operating to and from the Arabian Gulf region, and the way to the most attractive shores, Maldives, Seychelles and other islands in the Indian ocean.

Saudi General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) is issuing Saudi Overflight and Landing permits for authorized agents who are providing financial guarantees for Navigation and Permit fee payments.

Saudi GACA is approving overflight permits for 100 SAR as fixed fees per flight, and 200 SAR for each landing in any Airport in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia Navigation charges shall be paid to separate authority names as Saudi Air Navigation Services (SANS), Route Navigation will be calculated based on the following formula:

Charges = S x D x W


S: Service Unit Rate = 118 SAR

D: Distance Factor that is the distance flown between the point of entry and the point of exit in kilometers divided by 100

W: Weight factor. Determined the maximum takeoff weight using the following formula:

W= Square root of (MTOW ÷ 50) = √ (MTOW/50)

MTOW: Maximum takeoff weight in tons.

Should you need any further assistance or information in Saudi Arabia, please don’t hesitate to contact our 24/7 operations team via email:

IFPLS is the best flight support company in the world, and we are working hard to be “Your Intensive Flight Operations Care”.

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