OSTEND-BRUGES INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Flight Scheduled Destination Terminal Status
AZI192 00:30 VERONA/VILLAFRANCA
TB5039 06:00 BOURGAS
TB5039 06:00 VARNA
TB5071 07:45 HERAKLION
TB5071 07:45 CHANIA
TB5435 07:45 BARCELONA
TB5697 16:10 PALMA DE MALLORCA
TB5697 16:10 IBIZA
TB5831 18:05 MALAGA
TB5367 19:30 NICE
Flight Scheduled Provenance Terminal Status
TB3564 01:50 FARO Arrived
TB4988 15:30 IZMIR Arrived
TB4468 18:45 ALICANTE Arrived
TB4630 19:15 PALMA DE MALLORCA Arrived
TB4306 00:35 ESKISEHIR Delayed
TB5040 14:35 VARNA
TB5040 14:35 BOURGAS
TB5072 17:05 CHANIA
TB5698 23:30 IBIZA
TB5698 23:30 PALMA DE MALLORCA

Rules for ground service providers

You can download the rules for all providers of airport ground services here.

Aerodrome Certificate – Annex 14

On April 7th, 2011 the Belgian Civil Aviation Authority issued to Ostend-Bruges International Airport the Aerodrome Certificate – Annex 14 carrying the number A-POR\2011\Annex 14_001.

Airside traffic regulations

In order to avoid unsafe situations, special traffic regulations and procedures have been drawn up. They are based on national and international legislation, and intended to improve the safety of aircraft, passengers and staff.

Before driving any vehicle airside, you must take the special driving-test based on these traffic regulations. If you pass the test, you will receive an “airport driving licence” for Ostend-Bruges International Airport that allows you to drive in specific areas airside.
Airside traffic regulations (valid as from 02/07/2014)

Training and test flights

No training flights on Sundays and holidays.
Training flights are allowed between 0900 and 2200 local time.
Military aircraft may perform no more than 3 training flights a day.
Training flights of aircraft with MTOW less than 2 000 KG must have a noise certificate which states that the noise level is ≤ 76 dB(A) according to ICAO Annex 16, Volume 1, Part II. Exceptions up to 77,3 dB(A) are made for existing home based aircraft. A copy of the noise certificate must be delivered to the Airport Authority.
A maximum of 4 aircraft simultaneous in circuit applies.
Training flights includes touch-and-go flights, stop-and-go flights and multiple approaches.
For VFR training flights at night only activation of PAPI, lighted WDI, edge-, threshold- and runway end lighting.