Landing Fees (Grand Bahama International Airport) Regulations

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Published: 1966-11-17

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LANDING FEES (GRAND BAHAMA
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT) REGULATIONS

(ARTICLE 62(1))
[Commencement 17th November, 1966]

1. These Regulations may be cited as the Landing
Fees (Grand Bahama International Airport) Regulations,
and shall apply only to Grand Bahama International
Airport.

2. In these Regulations unless the context otherwise
requires —

“Airport” means the Grand Bahama International
Airport;

“Airport Company” means the Grand Bahama Air-
port Company Limited or any other authority
which is for the time being the owner or lessee
of the Airport;

“private aircraft” means an aircraft registered in the
name of an individual as the owner and which is
not used for commercial purposes.

3. Subject to the provisions of regulation 4 of these
Regulations, the Airport Company may charge, demand
and receive landing fees for the operation of aircraft at the
Airport according to the rates set out in the First and
Second Schedules to these Regulations:

Provided that landing fees may be remitted in
particular cases when the Airport Company considers that
such remission is in the public interest.

4. (1) No fee shall be charged in respect of —
(a) aircraft engaged in search or rescue operations;
(b) private aircraft of an all up weight less than six

thousand pounds;
(c) training flights carried out within a radius of

twenty miles of the Airport;
(d) aircraft belong to the Armed Forces or Govern-

ments of any country of the British Common-
wealth or of the United States of America; and

S.I. 87/1966
S.I. 37/2000

Title and
application.
S.I. 37/2000.

Interpretation.

S.I. 37/2000.

Landing fees
authorised to be
charged.

Exemptions and
reductions.

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(e) flights from the Airport, undertaken solely for
the purpose of testing the aircraft or aircraft
equipment and carried out within a radius of ten
miles of the airport, and of which prior notice is
given to the Control Tower.

(2) Private aircraft of an all up weight of six
thousand pounds and over shall be charged landing fees at
one half of the rate otherwise applicable under the First or
Second Schedule, as the case may be.

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