Strasbourg Airport launches business aviation development plans

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Strasbourg Airport is launching a call for projects for its business aviation development plan. Serving the city, which is the formal seat of the European Parliament, and the 21 European institutions based there, Strasbourg Airport hosts significant business aviation activity for both diplomatic and economic purposes.

The deployment of a new business aviation zone, and the construction of buildings for passengers and business aviation crews, a hangar dedicated to aeromechanics, and a hangar for housing aircraft is set to take place.

From 2019-2020, the airport has planned work aimed at providing the necessary infrastructure for the expansion, including the extension of the Bravo apron dedicated to business aviation; integrating new aircraft positions; the creation of a new taxiway to provide code E aircraft with access to this apron; implementation of EASA standards for the entire zone; the creation of a new access road to the zone and the demolition of old military buildings still situated on the access; and the servicing required for the construction of landside buildings next to the business aviation apron.

To provide this new space with the necessary services and infrastructure, the airport is seeking the participation of one or more partners in the: construction and/or operation of the buildings; management and development of an FBO, a VIP lounge, and hangars, guaranteeing a high level of service quality; installation of mechanical activity to meet the demands of the aircraft based on and around the airport; and development of transportation solutions by home-basing business aircrafts to meet the demands of local institutions and businesses.

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