Listed here is all information on aeronautical fees for the Paris Beauvais Airport.
All aeronautical fees are subject to measures in articles R224-2 and following of the civil aviation code.
In compliance with article R224-2 of the civil aviation code, the landing fee corresponds to the use, by aircraft over 6 tons, of airport infrastructure and equipment necessary for landing, takeoff, taxiing, as well as, if necessary, additional services such as runway lighting, flight information and visual aids.
According to the decree of January 24th 1956 (consolidated on February 28th 2009), setting conditions of establishment and collection of landing and lighting equipment usage fees to collect at airfields open to public air traffic, the landing fee is payable by any aircraft landing on an airfield open to public air traffic.
The rates of this fee are in function of the maximum certified takeoff weight of the aircraft (MTOW) printed on the airworthiness certificate of the aircraft, rounded to the higher ton:
Before-tax rate in euros
0 to 6 tons
7 to 12 tons
13 to 24 tons
25 to 74 tons
75 tons and +
Exempted from the landing fee (article 9 of the January 24th 1956 order setting the conditions of establishing and collecting landing and lighting equipment usage fees to collect on airfields open to public air traffic) are:
Collector airplanes are 100% exempted from landing fees.
In compliance with the January 24th 1956 order (consolidated on February 28th, 2009) setting conditions for the establishment and collection of landing fees and use of lighting equipment to collect on airfields open to public air traffic, the lighting fee is due for all aircrafts carrying out a movement (landing or taking off) on an airfield open to public air traffic where the lighting is activated at night or in times of bad visibility, either on request of the aircraft’s captain or for safety reasons upon order of the authority responsible for the lighting.
This fee is €17.07 excluding taxes per service performed.
The same general exemptions as for landing fees apply.
In compliance with article R224-2 of civil aviation regulations, the parking fee corresponds to the use, per aircraft weighing more than 6 tons, of infrastructure and parking equipment, and, if need be, of complementary services such as gangways, electric energy and de-icing.
In compliance with the July 22nd 1959 order (consolidated on March 21st, 2009) relating to conditions of establishment and collection of parking fees from aircraft on airfields open to public air traffic, the rates of this fee correspond to the duration of parking, the characteristics of the aircraft and, if need be, those of the parking area.
This fee is due for all aircraft parking at an apron or garage. It is calculated by ton and by hour according to the maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) indicated on the airworthiness certificate of the aircraft, rounded to the higher ton.
Each hour begun is due.
For aprons, a 2-hour grace period is granted during which parking is free.
This fee is 0.13 euros excluding taxes per ton and per hour.
In compliance with article 10 of the July 22nd, 1959 order relating to conditions of establishment and collection of aircraft parking fees on airfields open to public air traffic, the following are exempted of the parking fee:
In compliance with article R224-2 of civil aviation regulations, the fee per passenger corresponds to the use of facilities adapted for the reception of passengers and the public, as well as, if necessary, complementary services (check-in and boarding counters, baggage sorting facilities…).
In compliance with the February 26th 1981 order, modified by the October 16th 2009 order, setting out conditions of the establishment and collection of fees for the use of facilities adapted for the reception passengers and goods at airports, the fee is due for the use of common use equipment for boarding, disembarking and welcoming of passengers. It is collected when the passenger boards.
For passengers boarding at a same airport, the fee may be set at different rates according to the geographic zone of the flight’s destination and the destinations can be divided into a maximum of four zones. The destinations for which the boarding of passengers does not require border control and those for which border controls have been eliminated in application of the Schengen Agreement of June 14th 1985 related to the gradual elimination of common border controls are classified in one unique zone.
The fee is due for all passengers traveling on an aircraft used for commercial purposes or on an aircraft whose maximum takeoff weight equals or is greater than 6 tons and which is not used for commercial purposes.
Rates per passenger at departure:
Rate excluding taxes
France and Schengen Area
Outside Schengen and international
In compliance with article 6 of the February 26th 1981 order (modified by article 1 of the December 19th 1994 order), the passenger fee is not due for:
Airlines and other aircrafts deal directly with the distributor managing the fuel distribution equipment.
Aircraft fuel and oils are sold by the distributor at current oil prices.