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Business Aircraft Operations in Greece: Fuel, Additional Services, and Security

Business Aircraft Operations in Greece: Fuel, Additional Services, and Security
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Business Aircraft Operation to Fiji – Basic Information for Operators

Business Aircraft Operation to Fiji – Basic Information for Operators
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Understanding Beijing Aircraft Parking: Part 3 – Alternate Recommendation – Tianjin (ZBTJ)

Understanding Beijing Aircraft Parking: Part 3 – Alternate Recommendation – Tianjin (ZBTJ)
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NBAA2014 Special: Business Aircraft Operations in the U.S.

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Business Aircraft Operations in Greece: Fuel, Additional Services, and Security

Business Aircraft Operations in Greece: Fuel, Additional Services, and Security

For business aircraft operators traveling to Greece, always confirm fuel uplift and credit requirements with your ground handler prior to arrival. It's important to have correct documentation on hand to confirm fuel uplifts and to exempt Value-Added Tax (VAT) when applicable...
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Business Aircraft Operation to Fiji – Basic Information for Operators

Business Aircraft Operation to Fiji – Basic Information for Operators

With advance preparation business aircraft operations to Fiji tend to go very smoothly. It's important, however, to be very clear and precise with regards to any changes to the schedule, crew, or passengers and to ensure that you have a stamped gen dec from your last departure point available...
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Understanding Beijing Aircraft Parking: Part 3 – Alternate Recommendation – Tianjin (ZBTJ)

Understanding Beijing Aircraft Parking: Part 3 – Alternate Recommendation – Tianjin (ZBTJ)

If you need to keep your business aircraft in the Beijing area longer than 48 hours, it's best to operate to Tianjin (ZBTJ) and either travel to central Beijing by ground or drop passengers at Beijing (ZBAA) and reposition to ZBTJ...
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NBAA2014 Special: Business Aircraft Operations in the U.S.

NBAA2014 Special: Business Aircraft Operations in the U.S.

Regulatory and other operational requirements can change at a moment's notice. A great example of such changes is the Border Overflight Exemption (BOE) changes that took place this year. Our blog's mission is to give you the information you need to stay current on the information you need to make your missions successful. With the...
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Africa/Middle East

Airport information and scheduled closings
  • (ALL - Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea) The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises against all non-essential travel due to the outbreak of the Ebola virus. Efforts to contain the outbreak will likely result in critical commercial and transportation disruptions in all three countries.
  • (ALL - Cameroon) Officials have closed all borders with Nigeria and suspended all passenger flights to/from Nigeria due to the ongoing Ebola virus outbreak.
  • (ALL - Cape Verde) Through 21 November, officials are prohibiting entry of any foreign non-resident who has visited any country affected by the hemorrhagic fever caused by the Ebola virus in the last 30 days.
  • (ALL - Cote d'Ivoire) Commercial airliners are prohibited from carrying passengers from Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria to Cote d'Ivoire due to the Ebola virus outbreak. All passengers will have their temperature checked upon arrival from any destination.
  • (ALL - Senegal) Departures and arrivals from Senegal to Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone are prohibited due to the Ebola virus outbreak.
  • (ALL - Saudi Arabia) All flights landing at King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) with passengers from Jijiga, Ethiopia (HAJJ) will be subject to a fine.
  • (ALL - South Africa) A health questionnaire must be completed by every passenger/crew member for any international flight from all destinations, including countries neighboring South Africa. Officials have also imposed a travel ban barring entry to all non-South Africans returning from Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. All South Africans returning from any of these countries would face strict health screenings upon arrival and are advised against non-essential travel to the affected states.
  • (ALL - Turkey) U.S. citizens are no longer allowed to obtain a visa upon arrival. New regulations require U.S. citizens to obtain an e-visa prior to arrival.
  • (LCLK) Larnaca will be closed:
    • Between 2135-0315 on 3-30 November.
    • Between 2045-0330 on 1-14 December.
    • Between 2045-0330 on 19 January-1 March 2015.
    • Between 0045-0130 on 1 April-28 June 2015.
  • (LLBG) Tel Aviv will be closed to GA traffic:
    • Between 0150-0700 and 1100-1500 on Sundays-Fridays through 27 October.
    • Between 0600-1200 on 28 November.
    • Between 1600-2055 on 23 January-20 March 2015.
    • Between 1100-2030 on 22-23 September 2015.
  • (LTFJ) Sabiha Gokcen, Istanbul will be closed:
    • Between 2200-0400 on 5-20 November.
    • Between 2100-0300 on 6-15 April 2015.
    • Between 2200-0200 on 4 May-10 October 2015.
Low/no fuel announcements
  • (VARIOUS - Niger) Libya Oil has resumed fueling normally at (DRZA) Agadez and (DRZR) Zinder.
  • (DBBB) Cotonou - UVair supplier MRS Oil Nigeria is prone to supply issues. Advise volume requirements and confirm availability in advance.
  • (DNKN) Kano - UVair supplier MRS Oil Nigeria advises fuel restrictions of 1,320 U.S. gallons per uplift. Advise volume requirements and confirm availability in advance.
  • (DRRN) Niamey - Advise volumes and confirm fuel availability in advance with UVair supplier Air Total.
  • (FEFF) Bangui - UVair supplier Air Total has no fuel available until further notice.
  • (FKYS) Yaounde - UVair supplier Air Total advises fuel restrictions of 8,000 USG per aircraft until further notice. Confirm availability in advance.
  • (HDAM) Djibouti - UVair supplier Air Total advises fuel restrictions of 5,283 U.S. gallons per uplift. Advise volume requirements and confirm availability in advance.
  • (HHAS) Asmara - UVair supplier Air Total has fueling restrictions in place; only VIP flights are allowed access with prior validation.
FAM global monitor security briefings

  Egypt
A bomb outside Cairo University wounded 11 people on Wednesday, among them several police officers, Egyptian officials said. The blast occurred in a square outside the university at the end of the school day. Six police officers and four civilians were wounded and transferred to hospitals, the interior ministry said in a statement. Later, a statement from the health ministry said the number of wounded had been increased to 11. The militant group Ajnad Misr (Soldiers of Egypt), which emerged in January this year, claimed responsibility for the bombing.

  Israel
A three-month old baby was killed in Jerusalem and eight other people wounded – one seriously – in what Israel police described as a "terrorist attack" when a speeding car drove onto a pavement crowded with pedestrians alighting from the city's light railway. The child killed in the attack was identified as Chaya Zissel Braun, a U.S. citizen, whose family had been visiting the Western Wall. Video footage posted on social media showed a car on the main road slowing slightly before crossing to the train tracks and climbing on to the station pavement, ploughing through the people standing on it.

U.S. Department of State travel warnings

No newly published warnings for this region at publication time.
To see all current travel warnings, visit here.

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Asia/Pacific/Australia

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Airport information and scheduled closings
  • (ALL - China) China's CAA office will be closed on 7-12 November due to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting. Submit any permit request as soon as possible to avoid delays.
  • (ALL - India) Indian CAA offices will be closed for public holidays on 23 October. Submit permit request as soon as possible to avoid delays.
  • (ALL - Maldives) On-arrival visas will not be issued for travelers (including third-country nationals) from countries affected by the Ebola outbreak, including Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. Maldivians returning from Ebola-affected countries will be isolated for the 21-day incubation period of the disease. Commercial international airlines need to complete the declaration of health section for each flight.
  • (NTAA) Papeete will be closed daily between 1800-0330 through 10 January 2015.
  • (VTSP) Phuket will be closed daily between 1900-2359 through 23 October.
Low/no fuel announcements
  • (VARIOUS) ExxonMobil requires a minimum 72 hours prior notice for fueling or fuel cannot be guaranteed at:
    • (PGUM) Agana (Guam).
    • (PGSN) Saipan Island.
    • (PKMJ) Majuro (Marshall Islands).
  • (PKMJ) Majuro (Marshall Islands) - UVair supplier ExxonMobil will not accept any ad-hoc flight fuel requests on 2-4 November due to monthly tanker replenishment.
  • (RCSS) Songshan, Taipei - UVair supplier ChevronTexaco is unable to provide over-wing refueling.
  • (UTTT) Tashkent - UVair supplier Airport Authority will not provide fuel for tech stops. Only passenger flights where UTTT is the final destination will be fueled.
FAM global monitor security briefings

  The Philippines
Three people were killed in an encounter between villagers and suspected members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) in southern Philippines on Thursday morning. Gunmen from the BIFF attacked Bagumbayan village in President Quirino town, Sultan Kudarat province early Thursday morning, sparking a gun battle which lasted for hours. Police said a brother of the former town mayor and two gunmen were slain in the fighting.

U.S. Department of State travel warnings

No newly published warnings for this region at publication time.
To see all current travel warnings, visit here.

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Europe/Eastern Europe

Airport information and scheduled closings
  • (ALL - Italy) Due to the Ebola virus outbreak, all flights to/from Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone will be required to complete a passenger locator card for all passengers/crew and retain the cards for at least 21 days. Cards shall be made available to the Ministry of Health.
  • (VARIOUS - Ukraine) Both Simferopol (UKFF) and Sevastopol (UKFB) airports are closed due to the political climate between Ukraine and the Russian Federation regarding Crimea.
  • (EGGW) London-Luton will be closed between 0001-0530 on 7-15 March 2015.
  • (EGNH) Blackpool Airport has closed permanently.
  • (EGSS) London-Stansted will be closed:
    • Between 2359-0545 on 25-26 October.
    • Between 0000-0545 on 27 October.
  • (EGSY) Sheffield has closed permanently.
  • (LIML) Milan-Linate will be closed between 2215-0330 through 25 October.
  • (LIPZ) Venice will be closed to all traffic daily between 2300-0350 through 25 October.
  • (LSGG) Geneva will be closed:
    • Between 2259-0459 on 26 October-20 December.
    • Between 2259-0459 on 11 January-28 March 2015.
Low/no fuel announcements
  • (VARIOUS - Greece) When fueling with UVair supplier Shell and MOH Aviation Fuels, exempt operators must present a copy of their valid Air Operator's Certificate (AOC, or national equivalent) to prove exemption from VAT and excise duties. A fuel release is required and UVair must provide operators' physical billing address (for AOC and non-AOC operators), and applicable VAT or tax identification number (VAT ID is required from all EU based operators, and for AOC uplifts only for all others; an AOC/ACC document number will not suffice in this case).
  • (VARIOUS - France) UVair supplier Air Total will only provide fuel to operators presenting an AOC (or other proof of exemption) at Aix (LFMA), Laval (LFOV), and Le Mans (LFRM).
  • (ENZV) Stavanger - UVair supplier Statoil expects continuing supply issues through 2014; tanker in sufficient stock or divert elsewhere.
  • (LEAB) Albacete - UVair supplier Air BP provides Jet A-1 type fuel; they are unable to fuel aircraft requiring JP-8 and fueling within the military area.
  • (LIMC) Malpensa, Milan - ENI via Skytanking is primary fueler; Air Total is available, but commercial takes top priority so expect delays.
  • (LIRF) Fiumicino, Rome - UVair supplier Air Total suggests tankering for operators planning tech stop refueling between 0500-0600 daily. Operators planning early morning departures should fuel on arrival or the evening before departure.
  • (LIRP) Pisa - Supplier Q8 suggests operators keep a copy of their UVair fuel release onboard the aircraft to prevent delays in fueling.
  • (LSZH) Zurich - UVair supply via Air Total is provided into plane at GA ramp by Jet Aviation; at commercial ramp via IPS (Into Plane Service Pool). Jet Aviation accepts UVair card and offers direct refueling on their ramp, but at retail price.
FAM global monitor security briefings

No newly published warnings for this region at publication time.

U.S. Department of State travel warnings

Russian Federation - 23 October
U.S. citizens in Russia are alerted to the on-going tensions along the border with Ukraine and the potential for clashes between pro-Russian groups and Ukrainian forces.
http://travel.state.gov/content/passports/english/alertswarnings/russia-travel-alert-events-in-ukraine.html

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North America

Airport information and scheduled closings
  • (ALL - United States) All travelers from countries affected by the Ebola outbreak (Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone) will now travel through one of five major U.S. airports: Washington, D.C.-Dulles (KIAD); Chicago-O'Hare (KORD); New York-JFK (KJFK); Newark-Liberty (KEWR); and Atlanta-Hartsfield-Jackson (KATL) to undergo an interview, temperature check, and additional protocols. Effective 27 October, travelers returning from the affected countries will be monitored for 21 days.
Low/no fuel announcements

None for this region at publication time.

FAM global monitor security briefings

  Mexico
Nineteen suspected cartel gunmen died in three clashes with federal forces in the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas, authorities said Wednesday. The first shootout occurred in Matamoros, a city located across the border from Brownsville, Texas. In the second clash, marines killed nine armed civilians outside the town of Nuevo Progreso. The third shootout occurred between the cities of Matamoros and Rio Bravo, resulting in the deaths of seven suspected criminals.

  Canada
The Canadian capital, Ottawa, was thrown into turmoil on Wednesday when a gunman shot dead a soldier guarding the national war memorial before storming into parliament, making it into the heart of the building before being killed by a ceremonial official. In scenes unlike any Canada has witnessed in its modern history, MPs barricaded themselves in a parliamentary caucus room by piling furniture against the doors, while others fled the building by clambering down scaffolding erected for repair work.

U.S. Department of State travel warnings

No newly published warnings for this region at publication time.
To see all current travel warnings, visit here.

New UVair locations

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  • Gill Aviation (KDWH) - Houston, TX
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South and Central America/Caribbean

Airport information and scheduled closings
  • (ALL - Antigua and Barbuda) All visitors from Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia are prohibited entry. Visas for travelers from these countries have been suspended. All passports are being reviewed to determine passenger travel history within six weeks prior to arrival. Precautions will be taken for anyone arriving from a country where the disease is endemic; anyone with symptoms will be placed in the quarantine facility for assessment. Anyone having contact with an Ebola patient or eaten bush meat will be placed under active surveillance for 21 days. If they have not been in contact with anyone with Ebola, they will be placed under passive surveillance. Authorities reserve the right to quarantine any returning resident or citizen.
  • (ALL - Colombia) Any traveler who has visited Sierra Leone. Liberia, Guinea, or Nigeria since 15 September will be denied entry due to the Ebola outbreak. This restriction applies to both Colombian nationals and foreigners. Visa applications will be denied under these restrictions as a preventative measure. Ebola virus disease (EVD) screenings will be conducted as needed and may cause travel delays.
  • (ALL - Trinidad and Tobago) All visitors from Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and the Democratic Republic of Congo will be prohibited entry along with any persons who visited the affected countries in the last six weeks. Trinidad and Tobago residents who visited the affected countries in the past six weeks will be quarantined for a minimum period of 21 days.
  • (MROC) San Jose will be closed daily between 0530-1030 through 25 October.
  • (MRLB) Liberia will be closed between 0100-0600 through 31 October.
  • (SABE) Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Buenos Aires will be closed between 0430-0730 through 30 October and on 4-27 November.
  • (SBCF) Belo Horizonte will be closed daily between 0901-2359 through 11 November.
  • (SBRF) Recife will be closed daily between 0300-0900 through 6 December.
  • (SEGU) Guayaquil will be closed between 0500-1000 on 11-27 November.
  • (SKCG) Cartagena will be closed daily between 0630-1100 through 31 October.
  • (TJBQ) Aguadilla will be closed between 1730-2200 on 23 October.
Low/no fuel announcements
  • (ALL - Peru) Only domestic refueling is available through UVair supplier Petroperu (when next destination is within Peru). This includes (SPHI) Chiclayo, (SPQT) Iquitos, (SPQU) Arequipa, (SPRU) Trujillo, (SPSO) Pisco, (SPST) Tarapoto, (SPTN) Tacna, (SPYL) Talara, and (SPZO) Cusco. At (SPIM) Lima, UVair supplier Repsol Peru is fueling normally.
  • (MGGT) Guatemala City - UVair supplier ChevronTexaco, fueling on the east and military ramps from 0900-1600 LT, requires a minimum of 24 hours' notice. Outside these hours, or with less than 24 hours' notice, fueling will be on the south international ramp.
  • (SBBR) Brasilia - UVair supplier has changed to Shell.
FAM global monitor security briefings

No newly published warnings for this region at publication time.

U.S. Department of State travel warnings

No newly published warnings for this region at publication time.
To see all current travel warnings, visit here.

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NBAA update briefs

Visit http://www.nbaa.org/news/update/ for full versions of these briefs, plus much more of the week's business-aviation news.

Five-Year Milestone: Congressional GA Caucuses Spread No Plane No Gain Message on Capitol Hill
Since No Plane No Gain was launched in February 2009, General Aviation (GA) Caucuses in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate have continued to attract new members to support the industry, with record levels of membership – 248 members in the House and 41 in the Senate.
http://www.noplanenogain.org/index.php?m=51&s=340&id=583#.VEfFlmctCP9

Deadline Approaching to Comply With TCO Authorization
The European Business Aviation Association recently held a seminar to highlight the application process for the third-country operator (TCO) authorization. All commercial operators must register for TCO by 26 November.
http://www.nbaa.org/ops/intl/eur/eu-tco/

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Worldwide weather report

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TROPICAL
Tropical Depression Nine has moved inland over the Yucatan Peninsula and is dissipating as it continues moving toward the east-southeast at 6 mph. In the central Pacific, Tropical Storm Ana was centered several hundred miles northwest of the Hawaiian Islands and moving toward the northwest at 12 mph. Maximum sustained winds were near 40 mph.

VOLCANOES
In Japan, Mt. Sakurajima is producing an ash cloud that extends up to 7,000 feet. The ash cloud is moving toward the southeast at 10 knots. There are no other active volcanoes at this time.

AFRICA
Clusters of thunderstorms with max tops to 49,000 feet can be expected over the central portion of the continent. Isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 38,000 feet associated with low pressure near Italy will extend southward into extreme northwestern Libya.

ASIA
High pressure dominates most of central and eastern China and will allow for the development of patchy late night and early morning fog across the area. Isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 45,000 feet will extend northward into the south coast of China. A 100-knot jet core at 40,000 feet extends from west to east just south of Japan.

SOUTHEAST ASIA/NORTH PACIFIC
Isolated thunderstorms with tops up to 48,000 feet can be expected over portions of Indonesia and Indochina. Isolated air-mass thunderstorms with max tops to 47,000 feet can also be expected over most of the Philippines. Low pressure centered just south of the Kamchatka Peninsula and its associated cold front will produce rain and snow along with occasional, moderate low-level turbulence. Low pressure over the central North Pacific will produce isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 44,000 feet. Another storm system centered several hundred miles off the west coast of the U.S. will produce rain showers along with isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 31,000 feet.

AUSTRALIA/SOUTH PACIFIC
Expect patchy morning fog along portions of the east coast of Australia. High pressure will extend from New Zealand westward into Australia. Additional high pressure will dominate the central and western portion of the continent. A 120-knot jet core at 33,000 feet extends from west to east well south of Australia. Occasional, moderate turbulence can be expected along this feature.

ATLANTIC/EUROPE
The cold front associated with deep low pressure off the coast of New England will produce isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 45,000 across the western North Atlantic. Another area of low pressure centered well south of Iceland will produce mainly just rain showers. An upper-level low over the east-central North Atlantic will produce isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 43,000 feet south of the Azores. A 130-knot jet core at 33,000 feet extends from northeastern Canada southeastward across the southern tip of Greenland and into the south north-central Atlantic. A cold front extends from Norway southwestward across the southern U.S. and will produce occasional rain and snow across Norway with rain showers farther south. Occasional, light to moderate low-level turbulence can also be expected behind the front. Low pressure centered off the southeast coast of Italy will produce occasional showers and isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 32,000 feet. A ridge of high pressure across central Europe will allow for the development of late night and early morning fog across the region. More fog can be expected over areas of western Russia where high pressure once again dominates. Low pressure centered over central Russia and its associated cold front will produce rain, snow, and occasional, moderate low-level turbulence. A weaker area of low pressure situated over eastern Russia will produce occasional snow showers across the region. A 110-knot jet core at 33,000 feet extends from west to east across central Russia.

NORTH AMERICA
High pressure will dominate most of the southern U.S. and will result in a few areas of patchy late night and early morning fog. Deep low pressure just off the New England coast will produce rain showers along with strong northern winds resulting in occasional, moderate turbulence over portions of the northeastern U.S. Low pressure and its associated cold front situated over the northern Plains will only produce a few showers, however gusty winds behind the associated cold front will produce occasional, moderate low-level turbulence. A 140-knot jet core at 35,000 feet extends from the eastern Pacific eastward across the northwest U.S. and the northern Plains and will generate occasional, moderate turbulence. A frontal system moving across central Alaska will produce areas of rain and snow. The tail end of a cold front will combine with deep tropical moisture to produce scattered thunderstorms with max tops to 52,000 feet from south Florida southwestward across western Cuba, the northwest Caribbean, and the Yucatan Peninsula where Tropical Depression Nine is dissipating.

SOUTH AMERICA
Isolated thunderstorms with max tops to 47,000 feet can be expected over the northern and central portion of the continent. The tail end of a cold front extends westward into northeastern Argentina and will produce a few rain showers. Patchy early morning fog is also likely in this area. Moderate turbulence associated with a 150-knot jet core at 33,000 feet will extend into extreme southern Argentina.

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