Aircraft Service Provision In Aircraft Land - Updated Standard

Original Language Title: AERONAVEGACION PRESTACION DEL SERVICIO EN TIERRA DE AERONAVES - Texto actualizado de la norma

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AERONAVEGATION Provision of ground service to aircraft. DECEMBER N° 2145

Bs. As., 20/3/1973.

See Background

VISTO file No. 612.481(FAA) and attentive to the information provided by the Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force, as proposed by the Minister of Defence, and


That the Command in Chief of the Air Force is responsible for the provision of assistance, protection and support for flight, and the administration and government of airports and public airfields (Acts No. 14.467-Decree-Law No. 12.507/56,, No. 17.285 and No. 18.416).

That the integral activity carried out by the aviation authority, directly or indirectly linked to the aircraft, is an essential public service for the safety and development of civil aviation, the responsibility of which is the responsibility of the National State.

Within the complex that integrates the airport services, the set of activities which is generically called according to the international consensus and the aeronautical customs and customs "Service of Earth Attention to Aircraft" is marked with clear distinctive characters.

It is appropriate to ensure the rationalization of such services in national jurisdiction by contributing in such a way to the security of persons and goods in operational areas, where it is interested to establish equipment and order the transit of persons and vehicles.

That under the Act No. 13,041, Air Service Rates and Regulations (Decree No. 8,310/64 t t.o. by Decree No. 6,327/71) a system of fees and fees relating to airport use, airfields, flight protection services and means of exploitation is established.

That article 4 of Act No. 13,041 empowers the executive branch to determine the means of exploitation which, although technically, do not constitute typical aeronautical services, are closely linked to the facilitation of air transportation.

That the background of international order in the field reveals a consistent orientation towards the unification of responsibility for the exploitation of such services.

That the measure fits into national policies No. 78, 79, and 126, approved by Decree No. 46/70.





Article 1 - The provision of ground-based service to aircraft, as a complement to the public service for the use of facilities, at the airports and airfields of the National State, or under its administration, shall be carried out by the Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force. Art. 2° - The General MAJOR STATE OF THE AEREA FORCE, under the MINISTERY OF DEFENSA, will organize and exploit at the airports of its jurisdiction the provision of a ground service of the aircraft.

Authorize the internal air transport companies and/or their agents, the holder of concessions or authorizations granted by the NATIONAL EXECUTIVE PODER, to provide the ground care service in the aircraft affected to their traffic or to the traffic of third parties, as well as to hire the same to the internal air transport companies, holders of concessions or authorizations granted by the NATIONAL EXECUTIVE PODER and authorized companies.

Internal air transport companies may form companies, consortiums or temporary unions of companies, with carriers of equal character for the provision of the ground care services referred to in this decree.

(Article replaced by art. 1 Decree No. 698/2001 B.O. 29/5/2001) Art. 3rd - They are covered by the regime of this decree, the -diverse benefits that are performed at airports and public airfields, such as:

(a) Maneuvers management to the site designated on platforms, placement of obstacles and fits, and vice versa.

(b) Facilitation of elements for the descent and promotion of passengers to aircraft and their movement in aviation facilities.

(c) Charge, discharge and movement of luggage, goods and other items subject to air transportation.

(d) Supplies to aircraft, excluding fuels and lubricants. It includes energy, air, water and communications.

(e) Cleaning of cabins, toilets, refurbishment of waste treatment deposits and waste removal.

This item includes all supply of supplies related to these tasks, including disinsectation, deodorization and disinfection of rooms.

(f) External washing of aircraft, to be carried out in approved locations.

(g) Any other activity or service similar, assistive or accessory to the above-mentioned benefits.

Art. 4° - The Command in Chief of the Air Force may, by itself or by third parties, provide the services that are the subject of the present order, subject to the existing procurement regime for this form of exploitation, including in the provision of Article 4 of Law No. 13.041. Art. 5° - The Air Force Commander-in-Chief may grant the exploitation of ground-based services to aircraft and, to that end, shall accord priority in recruitment to State enterprises and national, provincial and municipal official bodies linked to aeronautical activity. Art. 6° - The Commander-in-Chief of the Air Force, in accordance with the powers conferred in art. 12 of Decree-Law No. 12.507/56, ratified by Act No. 14.467, shall establish fees for the services provided on land to aircraft. Art. 7° - The Chief Command of the Air Force shall be the authority for the implementation of the provisions contained in this decree, having the authority to issue the appropriate rules for its implementation. Art. 8° - Contact us, etc. - Lanusse. - Aguirre Obarrio. Wehbe. - King.

Background - Article 2 replaced by art. 1 Decree No. 480/1994 B.O. 4/4/1994.