AEROPORT INTERNATIONAL D'ANVERS
Vol Horaire Destination Terminal Statut
WP100 07:05 LONDON CITY Décollé à 07:03
KL211 07:05 LONDON CITY Décollé à 07:03
TB2975 09:35 LUBLIN
TB1101 13:35 ALICANTE
WP120 14:15 LONDON CITY
KL213 14:15 LONDON CITY
TB2601 15:30 NADOR
TB1001 15:30 MALAGA
KL215 17:50 LONDON CITY
WP140 17:50 LONDON CITY
Vol Horaire Provenance Terminal Statut
KL212 09:40 LONDON CITY
WP101 09:40 LONDON CITY
TB1102 12:20 ALICANTE
TB1002 14:30 MALAGA
TB2976 14:40 LUBLIN
WP121 16:55 LONDON CITY
KL214 16:55 LONDON CITY
WP141 20:25 LONDON CITY
KL216 20:25 LONDON CITY
TB2602 22:10 NADOR

SAFETY POLICY

Safety is of the first importance of the International Airport Ostend-Bruges, an integral part of the Safety Management System (SMS).

Click here  for more information about the safety policy. (NL)


Airside traffic regulations

Always respect the airside traffic regulations when driving a vehicle at the airside.

Airside traffic regulations


COURSE ‘SAFETY ON THE RAMP’

New courses “safety on the ramp”  and “security awareness training” will be organized on following dates:

5 novembre 2019 (complet)

27 novembre 2019

19 decembre 2019

Please register as soon as possible. The course will take place in Antwerp Airport’s Press Centre (Perscentrum) at 9am.

Every airport user must follow this course before obtaining or renewing his airport badge. The course is free of charge and participants receive a certificate from the airport management. The airport is required for each cardholder to record when this course was followed.

Due to the limited number of places, registration for this course is required for all participants!


BADGE D’IDENTIFICATION

Download ici le formulaire de demande d’un badge d’identification de l’aéroport d’Anvers.


BIRD HAZARD REPORT FORM

Birds at the airport are a safety risk. All pilots are requested to report the presence of birds to the airport inspection and the airport safety manager.

www.aviationreporting.eu


FOD REPORT FORM

The presence of FOD on the airport forms a safety risc. All users airside are asked to report the presence of FOD by means of the document in annex to both the airport inspection and the airport safety manager.