Streamlined Authorization for Business Aviation Overflight and Landing at Madagascar International Airports
Overflight and Landing Permits in Madagascar’s International Operations
The process of acquiring an overflight and landing permit for Madagascar involves several considerations. Here are the key details needed for obtaining a Madagascar overflight permit:
- Complete Flight Schedule
- All Passenger Details
- Consignee and Consignor Details
Procedures for Submission of a Flight Plan
- The flight plan should follow the ICAO flight plan format as specified in PANS/RAC (DOC.4444 – RAC 501).
- The flight plan must be submitted at least 30 minutes before the expected departure time at the ATS Reporting Office (ARO) at the departure aerodrome.
- In case of a delay of more than one hour from the expected departure time, a new flight plan must be issued, and the previous one should be canceled.
- Flights with multiple stops must have a separate flight plan issued for each stopover aerodrome with a stay exceeding 2 hours.
Classification of Airspaces
- Airspaces within ASECNA FIRs are classified into classes A, D, and G, depending on altitude and specific areas.
- Terminal Control Areas (TMA) are class A above flight level 145 and class D below flight level 145.
- Control Zones (CTR) are all class D.
- Outside TMA and CTR areas, airspaces within ASECNA FIRs are generally class G, with some exceptions.
- Specific conditions for flights operating in different classes of airspace are detailed in Annex 11 to the Chicago Convention and regional supplementary procedures (DOC 7030).
- It’s important to adhere to these procedures and provide the required information accurately when applying for overflight and landing permits for Madagascar to ensure a smooth and compliant operation within their airspace.
Addressing of Flight Plan Messages
- Flight plan messages should be transmitted to relevant control centers, flight information centers, destination aerodromes, and alternate aerodromes.
- Messages such as DEP (Departure) and ARR (Arrival) should be sent to the appropriate recipients, including control centers and destination aerodromes.
How to secure flight permits in Madagascar ?
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The Madagascar Overflight Permit Number is NR OF-0495/18-ACM/DGE/SGE/CV/CRT. It serves as a unique identifier for your overflight permit application. It’s important for reference and tracking of your permit.
No, there are no Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) processing fees for the issuance of Madagascar overflight permits. This can be a cost-saving benefit for operators.
The permit is typically valid for a duration of +72 hours from the initial requested schedule. Ensure that your flight schedule falls within this validity period.
Madagascar’s Flight Information Region (FIR) has the ICAO code “FMMM.” This code is used for identification and coordination purposes.
The Madagascar Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) issues the air navigation bill directly to the airline/operator through “Asecna.” This billing process ensures proper financial settlement for air navigation services.
The working hours of Madagascar CAA are from 0300Z to 1500Z. It’s important to take these hours into account when planning and coordinating your flight to or over Madagascar.