The information below is provided to the best of the airports’ knowledge, even when not 100% certain. Keep in mind that this information is not an obligation but serves as a reference for NM and stakeholders.
Find the NM’s COVID19 NOTAM summary and Network Operations Plan – COVID19 Recovery Plan on the NOP portal: click here
Find the Global COVID19 Airport Status on the ICAO website: click here
Find the AIU Dashboard on Grounded aircraft in the EUROCONTROL area as a result of COVID19 information: click here
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This is an estimation of the airport capacity as a percentage of the nominal capacity and not as the expected demand. We consider the airport nominal capacity as reported in the Airport Corner Current Capacity section.
We acknowledge that the airport infrastructure, ground services and staff will only be enabled when demand is confirmed. This information has been provided to the best of the airport knowledge (the best guess), even when it is not 100% certain. Keep in mind that this information is not an obligation but serves as a reference for all the ATM stakeholders and to NMOC to make an assessment of the upcoming network situation for the following 5 weeks.
|Start date||End date||Capacity|
|Expected Global Capacity (%)||Influencing factors (e.g. ATC staff, ground handling, aircraft parking issues, landside issues, …)||Do you expect traffic demand will exceed airport capacity?|
|16-07-2020||31-08-2020||50 %||Between 1st of June and 1st of September, we expect to be able to increase capacity again to 50% of our global capacity in terms of aircraft parking capacity, handling capacity and all required airport facilities to follow increasing demand.||/|
As of 1st of September we expect to operate at 60% of the nominal capacity.
All partners will remain ready to increase capacity as soon as demand resumes.
1. Commercial Passenger Flights NEW
2. Parking availability NEW
3. Fire category
4. Cargo Flights NEW
5. Impact on ground services
6. Impact in Turnaround times NEW
7. Additional Information NEW
Q) EBBU/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A /000/999/5054N00429E005
A) EBBR B) 2007141711 C) 2008312159
E) COVID-19: SUSPECT COVID19 CASES ON BOARD OF ARR FLT MUST BE REPORTED VIA COMPANY GND OPS TO EBBR AIRSIDE INSPECTION +3227536900 NO LATER THAN 60 MIN PRIOR TO ARR. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN ARR DLA. PASSENGER LOCATOR FORMS (PLF) MUST BE FILLED IN BY ALL PAX ON ARR FLT THAT CARRY A SUSPECT COVID19 CASE AND THESE FLT WILL AWAIT DISEMBARKATION CLR FM AIRPORT AUTHORITY OR MEDICAL STAFF AT ARR. AS FROM WEDNESDAY JULY 15TH EVERY PASSENGER ON AN EXTRA-SCHENGEN FLIGHT INTO BELGIUM IS OBLIGATED TO COMPLETE THE PUBLIC HEALTH PASSENGER LOCATOR FORM PRIOR TO TRAVEL. PASSENGERS WITH INCOMPLETE OR WITHOUT PLF WILL BE DENIED ENTRANCE INTO BELGIUM.)
1. Terminal Capacity NEW
* If a pre-COVID terminal throughput was 100 passengers per hour and now is 30 passengers per hour then the reducing factor to provide is 0.30
- Extra time required for check-in process (prior to entering terminal)
Physical distancing impacting how many passengers can be accommodated in the terminal knowing that
(please consider only the relevant scenario as a function of your local constraints) :
- Physical distancing will be 4 pax per 10m2 for 1,5m linear distancing
- Physical distancing will be 3 pax per 10m2 for 2,0m linear distancing
- Physical distancing will be 2 pax per 10m2 for 2,5m linear distancing
- Physical distancing will be 1 pax per 10m2 for 3,0m linear distancing
Extra time required for boarding process, taking into account
- the points above
- the expected reduced aircraft seating capacity