Annual Italy and Greece Charter Blanket Permits

Ops Reminder:

Get your Annual Charter Blanket Permits for Italy & Greece now, before peak season starts

Italy and Greece are popular destinations for business aircraft travelers, hosting some of the world’s most popular events throughout the year. With peak season for both destinations just several months away, now is the smart time to apply for your annual charter blanket permits for these two countries.

One-time, single-entry permits are not an option. These countries require a 12-month permit, so our global regulatory experts are recommending you apply for them now.

You’ll be ready for any short-notice trips you receive and won’t have to worry about trying to secure a permit last-minute.

Count on us to manage this for you. We make it EASY, and we make sure you always have a valid permit on file so you are never caught off-guard.

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Application filing for Italy and Greece annual charter permits by our global regulatory experts
Proactive monitoring of permit validity and regulatory changes that may invalidate existing permits
+60-day notice to renew

Why wait? Beat the rush and be ready for Mediterranean peak season. Renewals in progress now through March 2020.

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Our Regulatory Experts Explain

Our global regulatory experts explain why working with us now to manage your annual blanket permits will help you reduce your operating risk and better ensure the success of your missions.

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Additional Resources

Operating to Greece During Peak Season

June through September is always peak season for Greece creating congestion. Authorities implement restrictions to accommodate for the influx, which affects general aviation (GA). The following is an overview of what you need to know.

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Italian Charter Permits: What you need to know

Italian charter permits and associated requirements have changed a few times in recent years. Today, permit requirements vary depending upon where your aircraft is registered, passenger seating capacity, where you’re operating, and how recently you’ve conducted a charter operation to Italy.

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