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RAF Brize Norton

Procedure for obtaining a PPR

If your aircraft is not on a MOD Charter, in order to land at RAF Brize Norton you must first obtain a Prior Permission Request Number (PPR) by following one of the following streams.

For Civilian Commercial aircraft, your request should be directed to SERCO Ramp Agents, E-mail , CC’d .

All other requests should be directed to, E-mail, CC’d .

In all instances, fully completed General Aviation Report (GAR) and relevant Insurance Certificates should accompany your PPR request. Serco Ramp Agents are manned 24/7, they will process your PPR request through the various Military agencies and issue a PPR once complete.  Visitor Operations is manned Mon-Fri 0800 – 1700 hrs. Regardless of “stream”, submission of all PPR requests normally requires a minimum of 24 hours’ notice within these operating hours.

In most instances RAF Brize Norton will charge a Landing fee*. Basic Serco ground services will be covered within this fee, this includes Marshalling, Chocking and Passenger Embarkation/Disembarkation.

Additional Ground Handling Services will be charged as per the schedule of services contained within the relevant 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 our 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 contract will include an agreed quantity of fuel and In-flight Catering.