OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR PASSENGERS AND STAFF AVIATION IN RELATION TO COVID-19
Bear in mind that according to Resolution of July 17,2020, of the Directorate of the State Agency of Aviation Safety, by which the Operation Guidelines for the management of air passengers and aviation personnel in relation to the pandemic COVID-19, the following operational guidelines must be followed.
- Only passengers with boarding pass, crew, pilots and people accompanying a passenger that needs assistance can access the terminal building.
- You must wear a facemask everywhere on the airport premises.
- Respect the markings signs throughout the airport to ensure a distance of 1.5m.
- Keep a safe distance, wear your facemask and follow the recommended hygiene measures (cough into the crook of your elbow, wash your hands, etc.).
- Hand sanitiser dispensers are available throughout the airport.
We also recommend visiting the Aviation Health and Safety Protocol adopted by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
If you are coming from abroad, fill in your Health Control Form on the website www.spth.gob.es or on the free SPTH app and hand a paper copy to the airport.
The verification of Teruel Airport for public uses was issued by the Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA), on 5th February, 2013. The permission to air operations was given by the DGAC and the Government of Aragon on 28 February 2013. It is recalled that the airport is not authorized for passenger traffic.
Teruel Airport has a parking area of 375 meters x 165 meters. This apron has capacity for 3 positions type E/D (one of them allows the parking of an aircraft type F) or 6 alternative positions for aircraft type C and 1 position type C or 2 alternative positions for aircraft type B. Also, there is a area at the end of the apron for general aviation with 12 parking.
Furthermore, the airport has a parking platform for helicopters, which is currently used by 112 medical service helicopter and forestry helicopter.
AIP: Aeronautical Information Publication of Teruel Airport. Before the flight plan you must consult the basic aeronautical information manual. It contains permanent information and long-term changes and it is used essentially for air navigation and airport operations
METAR: coded meteorological information.
Before air operations it is necessary contact with the airport operations centre saying: aircraft type, registration number, aircrew, scheduled arrival, parking... Please, send to operations an email to facilitate the arrival and use of the firstname.lastname@example.org