General permission for operations with relief supplies in connection with emergency crisis of a humanitarian character (emergency relief flights)
In cases of acute crises of humanitarian character in connection with earthquakes or similar disasters the Danish Transport and Construction Agency has granted a general and standing permission for emergency relief flights with cargo and/or passengers to/from Denmark, cf. AIP A 04/13, a copy of which you can find here http://aim.naviair.dk/AIM%20Documents/Aeronautical%20Information%20Circulars%20-%20AIC%20series%20A/AIC%20A%20Denmark/EK_Circ_2013_A_04_en.pdf.
This general, standing permission for emergency relief flights has been granted on the following conditions:
- That the flight is notified to the Danish Transport and Construction Agency by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
- That the aircraft has a valid certificate of airworthiness.
- That the aircraft has been entered on the airline's valid OS/AOS.
- That the aircraft is insured in accordance with Regulation (EC) no. 785/2004.
- That neither the airline nor the aircraft is entered on the EU list of airlines whose operations are banned within the EU.
- That documentation for the character of the acute need can be submitted.
Violation of the above-mentioned conditions may lead to information to the police or other corrective action. Document checks may be made randomly.
The Danish Transport and Construction Agency is the authority for civil aviation in Denmark. This means that the we lay down regulations for the exercise of aviation and supervises their observance.
The object of the Danish Transport Authorities regulation of the aviation area is primarily to make flying safe. Use the menu to the left for more information.
The safety contribution charge will be reduced to 6.00 DKK.
The Danish Transport and Construction Agency has decided that the safety contribution charge will be reduced from 6.25 DKK to 6.00 DKK per passenger in 2016.Air carriers pay the safety contribution charge, when the carrier has a flight from a Danish airport.
The aircraft used, must be approved for more than 10 passenger seats, or have a maximum takeoff weight of more than 5700 kg. The carrier pays the 6.00 DKK charge for each passenger on the flight.
The safety contribution charge was implemented in 2013, and is regulated in BL 9-10. The Danish Transport and Construction Agency has issued an amending Regulation to BL 9-10, in which the safety contribution has been reduced. The Regulation will take effect on 1 January 2016.
There have been no comments to the amendment. Read more about the safety contribution in § 148, which you may find in the column to the right.