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RAF Brize Norton

Procedure for obtaining a PPR

If your aircraft is not on an MoD Charter, in order to land at RAF Brize Norton you must first obtain a Prior Permission Request number (PPR). This is obtained by requesting a PPR document from Visitor Ops, Email Once completed the PPR Request along with a General Aviation Report (GAR) and relevant Insurance Certificates should be E-mailed back to and CC'd Visitor Operations is manned Mon-Fri 0800 - 1700 hrs. Submission of all PPR requests normally requires a minimum of 24 hours notice qithin these operating hours. Requests are not normally accepted outside these times and the Visitor Ops Email is not routinely monitored.

In most instances RAF Brize Norton will charge a landing fee*. Basic Serco ground servicing will be covered with this fee, which includes Marshalling, Chocking and Passenger Embarkation/Disembarkation. Additional ground handling services will be charged as per the schedule of services contained within the PPR document. Fuel will be billed separately**.

For all enquires and additional services provided by SERCO please contact our Serco Ramp Agents by Email at this is the multiuser account which is monitored 24 hours a day or by phone at +44 (0) 1993 847576.

* Foreign National Military aircraft are normally exempt landing fees at RAF Brize Norton.

**Military charter flights are contracted through a 3rd party and will include an agreed quantity of fuel and In-flight catering.