Syria Overflight and Landing permits, Navigation Charges and AFTN Charges Facts

Syria Overflight and Landing permits, Navigation Charges and AFTN Charges Facts

Syria Overflight and Landing permits, Navigation Charges and AFTN Charges Facts

Syria has a strategic location in the middle east and controlling wide space of the sky that connect Eastern Europe, Turkey and Russia with the middle east, Syria FIR is safe for commercial and Business airlines to cross, using Syria FIR is strategic and reducing costs for several airlines around the world therefore, several international airliners like, Middle East Airlines, Qatar Airways, Aeroflot, Iraqi Airways and several other airlines are operating their flights via Syria FIR.

 

Syria Civil Aviation authority is providing permits to overflight and Landing, for the local agents only who are authorized to provide aviation services in Syria. Generally, no CAA charges applied for overflight or landing permit in Syria, but local agents are imposing some fees to cover stamps, administration and other communication charges.

 

Syria Air navigation fees are collectable by Syria Civil Aviation authority, and it shall be invoiced via the local agent who obtained the permit for the flight, Syria CAA issues the Navigation fees based on Aircraft MTOW as per the following Table:

 

 

Aircraft MTOW

Applicable Charges

Up to 75 Tons

150 USD per flight (fixed Charges)

Over 75 tons up to 200 tons

2.10 USD per ton

Over 200 Tons

2.40 USD per ton

 

Syria CAA invoices Navigation along with their AFTN fees, in September 2019, Syrian Ministry of transport have issued an announcement to adding 3% of the total invoice as AFTN communication charges.

 

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