Seamless Approvals for Business Aircraft Overflight and Landings at Burundi International Airports
Overflight and Landing Permits in Burundi’s International Operations
Burundi has established its own rules, regulations, and procedures for securing permits for aircraft intending to land or enter its airspace. This requirement applies to a wide range of flight operations, including private, general aviation, charter, scheduled, non-scheduled, passenger, cargo, technical, or traffic landings, necessitating prior permission.
When submitting the Flight Plan, it is imperative to include the issued overflight permit number in Item 18. The specific overflight permit number for Burundi is 729/DG/1327/2017, and the responsible authority for granting overflight permits is the Burundi Civil Aviation Authority – Autorité De L’Aviation Civile du Burundi (AACB). Notably, there are no Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) processing fees officially imposed for the issuance of Burundi Overflight Permits. These permits typically remain valid for a duration of over 72 hours from the initially requested schedule.
Burundi’s airspace currently falls within a single flight information region (FIR). The Burundi Civil Aviation Authority will directly issue air navigation bills to the company that submits the overflight permit requests. It is essential to be aware of the working hours of the Burundi Civil Aviation Authority, which are from 0530Z to 1300Z, ensuring timely coordination for permit processing and inquiries.
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