Regulation Concerning Groundhandling Services At Airports

Original Language Title: Verordnung über Bodenabfertigungsdienste auf Flugplätzen

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Regulation concerning groundhandling services at airports (BADV ground handling service regulation) BADV Ausfertigung date: 10.12.1997 full quotation: "ground handling service decree of 10 December 1997 (BGBl. I p. 2885), most recently by article 1 of the Decree of May 10, 2011 (BGBl. I p. 820) has been changed" stand: last amended by art. 1 V v. 10.5.2011 I 820 for details on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote (+++ text detection from) : Mitteilung +++) (+++ official note of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EGRL 67/96 (CELEX Nr: 396L 0067) +++) the V 1 V v. 10.12.1997 was adopted as article I 2885 (BADV/LuftRÄndV) of the Federal Ministry of transport, in consultation with the Federal Ministry of finance and the Ministry of economy. The Federal Council has approved. Article 3 of this V is mWv mitteilung in force the V ACC..

§ 1 scope of application (1) this Regulation applies to access to the market of the groundhandling services at airports in the Federal Republic of Germany as follows: 1 the provisions for self-handling shall apply from 1 January 1998, far groundhandling services not referred to in section 3 para 2, for each aerodrome regardless of the volume of traffic and, as far as it comes to groundhandling services referred to in section 3, paragraph 2 , for such airfields, have recorded the each year at least one million passengers or 25,000 tonnes of freight.
2. the provisions apply to service providers from 1 January 1999, and only for such airfields, which either have recorded at least three million passengers or 75,000 tonnes of freight or had to have at least two million passengers and 50,000 tonnes of freight in the six-month period prior to 1 April or 1 October of the previous year.
3. without prejudice to point 1 of this regulation from 1 January 2001 applies to each airfield, each year at least 2 million passengers or has 50,000 tonnes of freight.
4. an airport reaches one of the under paragraphs 1 to 3 above freight thresholds, not the corresponding passenger threshold, but the provisions of this regulation do not apply alone passengers who reserved groundhandling services.
5. the regulation of § 6 para 1 sentence 2 shall apply from 1 January 1998 (2) at an airport system this regulation on each of the airports must be applied separately. Significantly is the currently valid version of annex II of Regulation (EEC) No 2408/92 of 23 July 1992 (OJ EC No. L 240, p. 8) on access for air carriers of to intra-Community air routes, the community.

Article 2 definitions for the purposes of this Regulation referred to the word 1 airfield: each airfield with commercial air traffic, 2. civil aviation authority approved for general traffic: the authority according to the respective regulations, 3. user: any natural or legal person, professional passengers, mail or cargo by air from or to the airport transported, 4. ground handling services: the rendered services according to Appendix 1 a user at an airfield , 5. service provider: any natural or legal person including the aerodrome operator which one or provides several groundhandling services for third parties, 6 self-handling: the fact that a user provides directly one or more ground handling services themselves, without closing a contract for the provision of such services with a third party for this purpose. In the sense of this definition users, of which one has a majority holding in the other or where one and the same entity a majority holds equity interest in each of them, 7 third country are not considered third parties in relation to each other: any State which is not a Member State of the European Union nor a Contracting State of relating to the air transport agreement with the European Union.

§ 3 ground handling services (1) the aerodrome operator must allow the provision of groundhandling services self from manufacturers and service providers.
(2) in the baggage handling, apron services, the refuelling services and cargo - and post clearance, as far as it concerns the concrete movement of freight and mail between the airfield and the aircraft on arrival, departure or transit, the number of self-handlers justified in the individual stems and a such numerical missing service providers from the plant 5. for an airfield, or other determination under this regulation , is to enable the provision of groundhandling services referred to in clause 1 not less than two self down pavers and not less than two service providers at this airfield.
(3) at the latest on 1 January 2001 the provision of groundhandling services referred to in paragraph 2 to permit at least a service provider which is dominated by a point which dominates this airfield entrepreneur or one such user by the aerodrome operator, nor by a user who promoted more than 25 per cent of passengers at the airport registered or freight, or communicating is dominated by one of the two.
(4) if specific space or capacity reasons, require in particular in connection with the traffic density and the level of use of the land at an aerodrome, the clearance for groundhandling services referred to in paragraph 2 can be reserved to a single service provider. For the reasons stated in sentence 1, also a self-handling can be prohibited or subject to a single user.
(5) for other than the groundhandling services referred to in paragraph 2 if there is in paragraph 4 sentence 1 stated reasons the number of self-handlers and service providers on no less than two are limited.
(6) restrictions pursuant to paragraph 4 set 1 are two years to limit restrictions pursuant to paragraph 4 sentence 2 and paragraph 5 for three years.
(7) restrictions pursuant to paragraph 4 sentence 1 can once for a further two years, restrictions pursuant to paragraph 4 sentence 2 and be extended under paragraph 5 to three years each.
(8) the provisions in paragraph 3 can be exposed until December 31, 2002.
(9) restrictions under paragraphs 4 and 5, whose extension to require paragraph 7, as well as a suspension referred to in paragraph 8 the prior consent of the Commission. The consent is requested not later than three months before the intended entry into force of the restriction and in the cases of paragraph 8 until at the latest 1 July 2000 by the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development. The aerodrome operator is obliged to submit the documents required for this purpose and reasons the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development of the civil aviation authority in a timely manner.

Section 4 separation of the areas of activity (1) must each service provider between the activities of groundhandling services at an airfield and a strict accounting segregation according to applicable trade habits and customs make his other activities. Each aerodrome operator who operates as a service provider, has in addition to prove that the activities ground handling services at the airport is not subsidized by other activities associated with the collection of landing and parking at this airfield.
(2) any service provider is obliged to demonstrate compliance with the obligations the authority by an auditor annually pursuant to paragraph 1.

§ 5 user Committee (1) the user Committee is formed from an airfield users. The users Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure. The principles contained in the "requirements on rules of procedure" (annex 4) must be observed.
(2) the civil aviation authority invites users to the inaugural meeting. She can transfer this task the aerodrome operator.

§ 6 central infrastructure (1) lays down the central infrastructure for the provision of groundhandling services, which can be not shared due to their complexity or cost or environmental reasons or created in duplicate, in the acceptable use policy of the airfield. The users Committee is to give opportunity to comment. The central infrastructure are representative by the aerodrome operator or one of him thus managed and operated.
(2) in the acceptable use policy of the airfield can be regulated that service providers and self-handlers have to use the central infrastructure facilities.
(3) the use of central infrastructure facilities can be linked to the payment of a fee. The amount of this fee is set according to appropriate, objective, transparent and non-discriminatory criteria.

§ 7 selection of the service provider and the self-handlers


(1) in the cases of § 3 para 2 to 5, the aerodrome operator has to write out the granting of services in the official journal of the European communities. The service providers are selected after consulting the users Committee by the aerodrome operator, if this itself provides no similar groundhandling services and directly or indirectly controlled a company that provides such services, and is involved in any way in such a company. In all other cases, the selection of the service provider after consulting the users Committee, the aerodrome operator and the Works Council of the airfield company is carried out by the civil aviation authority. This makes their decision to the aerodrome operator. The principles set out in the selection policy (Appendix 2) apply to the bidding and selection process.
(2) the aerodrome operator may provide groundhandling services in the cases of § 3 para 2 to 5, even without referred to in paragraph 1 having to undergo the selection process. He can allow a service provider also without this procedure, instead of its ground handling services to provide, if it is directly or indirectly controlled these service providers or dominated by this service provider directly or indirectly.
(3) in the cases of § 3 para 2 through 5 are the self-handlers to correct, objective, select transparent and non-discriminatory criteria. Paragraph 1 sentence 2 to 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis. The groundhandling services to be provided by self pavers are advertised by the aerodrome operator in the official journal of the European communities, paragraph 1 shall apply through set 1, set 6 according to.
(4) the service provider and the self-handlers selects for a period not exceeding seven years.
(5) is selected a service provider or a self-handlers for a period of less than seven years or a service provider or a self-handlers adjusts its ground clearance activity before the end of the period for which he was selected is new allocation as in the cases of regular expiration of the contract in accordance with the selection procedure referred to in paragraph 1. This does not apply if the activity only to a minor extent is abandoned.

§ 8 criteria (1) service providers and self-handlers must meet the "requirements for the provision of groundhandling services" (Appendix 3). In the cases of § 3 para 2 to 5 these requirements are the authority part of the tender and of the selection procedure according to § 7 (2) may in addition the provision of groundhandling services from complying with the requirements of specifications or technical specifications depending on make. The user Committee is to hear before its establishment.
(3) you must according to the paragraphs 1 and 2 defined requirements, criteria, operating requirements and technical specifications be collected properly, objective, transparent and non-discriminatory and applied. You must be made in advance by the aerodrome operator.
(4) service providers and self-handlers, who meet the requirements of paragraphs 1 to 3, will seek to cover their demand for labour with people who have engaged in appropriate activities to the aerodrome operator immediately prior to start of ground handling services by the service provider or self-handlers.

§ 9 (1) the aerodrome operator and the service provider access or self-handlers are obliged to complete charges can be paid a contract about the use of the required and available part of the aerodrome and its equipment, as well as under this regulation to the aerodrome operator and the requirements to be fulfilled according to § 8 of the service providers and self-handlers.
(2) the aerodrome operator shall ensure that access of the service providers authorised under this regulation and user airfield facilities, as far as it is required for the exercise of their activities, is not unreasonably obstructed. The aerodrome operator builds the access conditions, these must be appropriate, objective, transparent and non-discriminatory.
(3) the aerodrome operator shall be entitled to charge a fee for access, the provision and for the use of its facilities by the service providers and the self the pavers. The amount of this fee is to establish appropriate, objective, transparent and non-discriminatory criteria after consulting the users Committee and should contribute in particular to the self-financing of the airfield in the sense of a business charge.

Article 10 supervision and operation, health and safety (1) users, service providers and self-handlers have to set up their operation and to ensure that the proper operation at the airfield is not affected.
(2) in the aerodrome acceptable use policy can regulated are that the airport operator is entitled, in cases in which the operation at the airfield through a a service provider or self off pavers attributable conduct is endangered or disturbed or the requirements are not met according to § 8, to take the necessary measures. Opportunity to submit its observations to give previously is the respective service provider or self-handlers. Prejudice to the right of the aerodrome operator to immediate termination of the contractual relationship existing with the service provider or self-handlers.
(3) measures in the context of air supervision according to § 29 (1) of the air traffic Act remain unaffected.
(4) obligations, which have to ensure safety and health of workers at work under other legislation airfield entrepreneurs, service providers and self-handlers, shall remain unaffected.

Section 11 consultation of the aerodrome operator holds at least once in the year a joint consultation on the application of this regulation with the users Committee and at the airfield service providers make the involvement of the Works Council of the aerodrome operator and the civil aviation authority off.

Article 12 mutual (1) determined that a third country is service providers and self-handlers, whose company majority owned by nationals of the Member States of the European Union, legally or in fact 1 in one of this regulation comparable way or 2 less favourable than domestic service providers and self-handlers, or 3. adverse service providers and self-handlers from other third countries treated, as is the Federal Ministry of transport , To teach construction and urban development.
(2) this may, without prejudice to the international obligations of the European Union, to suspend the obligations arising from Directive 96/67/EC of 15 October 1996 compared with the service providers and users, this third country in accordance with Community law entirely or in part.
(3) the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development shall inform the Commission of the European communities of the nature and extent of the decision.

Article 13 (1) information reported by civil aviation authority the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development the airfields covered by this regulation before 1 June each year with information on the respective passenger and freight traffic of the previous calendar year and the six-month period preceding 1 April and 1 October of the previous year.
(2) the civil aviation authority presents the Federal Ministry of transport, building and urban development on its request information available, who needs to create a report on the application of Directive 96/67/EC of the Commission of the European communities.
(3) the aerodrome operator is obliged to provide the information required under paragraph 2 of the civil aviation authority and to submit documents.

Appendix 1 (§ 2 No. 4) directory of ground handling services site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette 1 I 1997, 2888 - 2889.
Includes the administrative clearance on the ground/monitoring: 1.1 at the representation and the connections to the local authorities and other bodies, the expenses incurred on behalf of the user and the provision of premises for its representatives, 1.2 control of loading, the messages and telecommunications, 1.3 the handling, storage, handling, and management of cargo, 1.4 before all other monitoring services, administrative services required during and after the flight, as well as any other of the user.
2. the passenger handling includes the entire passenger assistance at departure, arrival, during a transit or connecting flights, in particular the control of the tickets and travel documents, as well as registration of luggage and its transport to the sorting systems.
3. baggage handling comprises handling baggage in the sorting area, sorting of baggage, his preparation for departure, loading and unloading of vehicles or equipment, which carried the baggage between the aircraft and sorting room, as well as the baggage sorting room with output space.
4. freight and mail handling comprises: 4.1 as regards the cargo: for import and export as well as transit handling of cargo, the processing of relevant documents, customs formalities and all agreed between the parties or circumstances required security measures.
4.2

in reference to the post: when the input and output treatment of mail, the processing of relevant documents and all agreed between the parties or circumstances required security measures.
5. apron services include: 5.1 the pilot of the aircraft upon arrival and departure * 1), 5.2 support when parking the aircraft and providing the corresponding resources * 1), 5.3 the communications between the aircraft and the service provider that provides the ramp-side services * 1), 5.4 the loading and unloading of the aircraft, including the provision and use of resources, as well as transport of crew and passengers between the aircraft and the terminal building , as well as transportation of baggage between the aircraft and the terminal building, 5.5 support for starting the engines and providing the corresponding resources, 5.6 moving the aircraft on the departure and upon arrival, deployment, and use of the funds, 5.7 carriage, the input and unloading the food and drinks to and from the aircraft.
6. the cleaning service and the aircraft include: 6.1 the Interior and exterior cleaning of aircraft, the toilet and water service, 6.2 the cooling and heating of the cabin, the removal of snow and ice off the aircraft, the de-icing of the aircraft, 6.3 the facilities of of cabin with on-board equipment and storage.
7. the refuelling services include: 7.1 the Organization and execution of the loading and unloading refuelling including storage, quality and quantity control of deliveries, 7.2 the refilling of oils and other fluids.
8 station maintenance services include: 8.1 the routine procedures prior to the flight, 8.2 specific activities requested by the user, 8.3, the holding of and the management of the maintenance material and spare parts, 8.4, the holding of a parking position or a Hall to carry out the maintenance.
9. the flight operation and crew services include: 9.1 preparation of the flight at the departure airport or elsewhere, 9.2 help during flight, including when necessary during the flight the flight sequence, 9.3 the services after the flight, 9.4 General support services for the crew.
10. the transport services on the ground include: 10.1 the organisation and handling of the carriage of passengers, crew, baggage, cargo and mail between different clearance buildings of an airfield, but not transport between the aircraft and another place on the grounds of the same airfield, 10.2 all special transport services requested by the user.
11. the on-board catering services (catering) include: 11.1 the connections with suppliers and the management 11.2 storing the food, the drinks and accessories necessary for the preparation, 11.3 cleaning accessories, 11.4 the preparation and delivery of food and drinks, as well as the corresponding accessories.
---* 1) as long as these services are not provided by the air traffic control service or a central control of run-up.

Annex 2 (to § 7) selection policy of the Federal Ministry for transport, building and urban development site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1997, 2889 - 2890;
regarding the individual changes cf. footnote 1 is principles (1) this selection policy then apply, if due to limited opportunities ground handling all service providers interested in the Act can be, therefore write off are the ground handling services and is a choice among the candidates to take (§ 7 para 1 i.V.m. § 3 par. 2 to 5). It can be made in addition then based, if to make a selection among the interested self off pavers because of limited possibilities of ground handling (§ 7 para 3 i.V.m. § 3 par. 2 to 5).
(2) the procedure must be performed after this selection policy appropriate, objective, transparent and non-discriminatory.
(3) the user Committee and the Works Council of the respective airfield company shall be informed about the selection decision.
2. procedure 2.1 setting of ground handling services according to kind and extent (1) the aerodrome operator has the groundhandling services, which he opens the groundhandling market pursuant to section 7, to determine type and size. He can make also bundles of groundhandling services, which are listed in annex 1, if it operationally expedient or necessary for the efficient use of the capacity.
(2) the aerodrome operator may the provision of individual or combined ground handling services from individual or all of the following limits depending on make: a) provision only in certain areas of the airfield, b) provision only when using certain severance for proven and instrument surfaces, c) provision a given kind of clearance, d) provision by self-handlers and/or service providers.
(3) the aerodrome operator shall inform the user Committee and the Works Council of the airfield company his decision taken under paragraphs 1 and 2, the intended publication, about the basic principles and main contents of the application document and on the selection procedure proposed by him with the relevant selection criteria.
2.2 competition of the aerodrome operator has to publish the groundhandling services established under 2.1 in the official journal of the European communities, so that allows any interested parties to apply. The publication must contain: a) name, address, telephone, Telegraph, telex and fax number of the aerodrome operator and, where appropriate, of the service from which additional information may be obtained, b) short description of ground handling services with the essential bounds, c) any time of the commencement of clearance activities, d) targeted contract period for the clearance activity, e), where appropriate, indication of requirements, specifications and technical specifications, f) deadline for application to participate in the selection process , Date of initiation and estimated date of the completion of the selection procedure, g) information about how the selection process is set, h) information about which criteria are decisive for the selection, i) award criteria, j) other information, such as for example references, k) date of dispatch of the notice, l) date of receipt of the notice by the Office for official publications of the European communities.
2.3 selection procedure (1) the aerodrome operator makes the application documents available the suitable candidates and asks them to submit the necessary evidence and information within a specified period.
(2) the application must also contain information about it in addition to the indications referred to in 2.1 and 2.2, a) how is the selection process and b) which criteria are decisive for the choice, c) provision a given clearance volume or revenue share, d) in technical and operational quality requirements may be binding given in the specifications according to § 8 para 2, such as the observance of the minimum connecting time.
(3) assessment and decision about the exclusion of unqualified applicants is in the cases where the aerodrome operator provides himself similar groundhandling services or a company that provides such services, directly or indirectly controls or is involved in such an enterprise by the aviation authority. Not suitable applicants shall be informed of their exclusion. As are not suitable to see candidates, which do not meet the criteria, which are already published in the prior information notice or providing obviously not the required processing power can or want to.
(4) in the cases where the aerodrome operator itself provides no similar groundhandling services and a company that provides such services, is directly or indirectly controlled and involved in any way in such a company, opens the aerodrome operator after the application deadline the received applications and provides a list of the applicant with the documents submitted together. A representative of the users Committee and a representative of the Works Council of the airfield company are admitted for the opening. These are however not entitled to the application documents. The aerodrome operator evaluates the applications on the basis of the previously established relevant criteria. The user Committee is to listen to. The aerodrome operator determines the selection and justified his selection decision. The selection decision is to announce the user Committee and the Works Council of the airport company.

(5) in the cases where the aerodrome operator provides even similar groundhandling services or directly or indirectly controlled a company that provides such services, or is involved in such an enterprise, opens the aviation authority after the expiry of the deadline the received applications and compiles a list of the applicant with the documents submitted. A representative of the airport operator, a representative of the users Committee and a representative of the Works Council of the airfield company are to admit to the opening. These are however not entitled to the application documents. The aviation authority evaluated the applications on the basis of the previously established relevant evaluation criteria and the selection decision after consulting the users Committee, the aerodrome operator and the Works Council of the airport company. The selection decision is the user Committee to announce the aerodrome operator as well as the candidates.

Annex 3 (to 8) requirements for the provision of groundhandling services site of the original text: BGBl. 1997 I, 2890 - 2892;
regarding the details of the changes see area of application the "requirements for the provision of groundhandling services" apply footnote 1 for all entrepreneurs who want to provide or provide as a service provider or self-handlers at an airfield ground handling services.
2. requirements to the providers of groundhandling services A. reliability, financial fitness, professional competence and transfer of staff (1) the contractor and the persons appointed to the leadership of the business must be reliable.
The reliability is given, if the contractor and the persons appointed to the leadership of the business the guarantee that it is run according to the legal regulations and the employees and the general public for the operation of the undertaking be preserved from damage and dangers.
The reliability is to deny a) with a final conviction for serious breaches of criminal provisions including the commercial criminal law;
b) stipulated for serious and repeated breaches of work, - or social obligations, against rules adopted in the interest of traffic and operational safety or environmental regulations.
(2) the financial performance of the company must be guaranteed.
The financial performance is guaranteed if the resources required to the recording and proper management of the operation are available.
The financial performance is in particular cannot be guaranteed if a) significant arrears on taxes or contributions to social security are owed from entrepreneurial activity;
(b) the aerodrome operator compared to consist significant arrears on fees or charges, rent, lease, or other payment obligations are owed from the use of the airport and its facilities including the start / runway system, or from contractual permitted of the provision of ground handling services.
(3) the contractor or the persons appointed to the leadership of the business must be technically suitable.
It is professionally suitable, who has the knowledge required for the proper management of a ground handling company.
A professional competence can be either a) activity by examining the Chamber of Commerce and industry - leading "Certified aircraft handlers" and a minimum two-year in a company that provides ground handling services, or b) comparable by a - the examination content of Chamber of Commerce and industry - leading qualification and a minimum two-year activity in a company that provides ground handling services, or c) through at least five-year senior working in a company , the ground handling services provides, be proven.
(4) the requirements of paragraphs 1 to 3 are airfield entrepreneurs by granting the operating licence to be considered fulfilled.
(5) the evidence to the paragraphs 1 to 3 shall be provided by the other service providers and the self the pavers in a suitable form for participation in the selection procedure in accordance with article 7, paragraph 1 and 3. They shall be accompanied by the treaties referred to in article 9, paragraph 1 as part of the contract. The aerodrome operator is entitled, during the term of the contract changes or well-founded doubts about information reliability and details of professional competence more suitable evidence, to request an appropriate update of the evidence justified doubts about the financial viability.
(6) when errors or omission of the requirements referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3 is to suggest that the proper operation is at risk. section 10 shall apply.
(7) (dropped out) B. request to operation and use of the employee (1) the provider of ground handling services have according to the classification by the aerodrome operator to meet the public benefit obligation provided for in legislation and regulations, in particular the obligation to operate, to participate. The specification sets the framework for this participation. The classification must be made transparent, non-discriminatory and objectively by the aerodrome operator.
(2) service providers and self-handlers shall be required applicable environmental legislation as well as administrative regulations, in particular, permits and plan findings. The aerodrome operator is obliged to point out the other service providers and the self-handlers on the familiar rules and regulations and changes thereto or against reimbursement of the cost to make known these them.
(3) service providers and self-handlers, have to make sure that your employees know the safety rules and regulatory security arrangements at the airport and follow, as far as this is necessary for the exercise of their activities. You have also to ensure that there is a sufficient for mastery of the German language by the concerned employees. They form from their employees at least in part and continues, as he is given his staff in such activities by the respective airfield company.
(4) the operation and handling of handling equipment and technical facilities at the check-in area is permitted only by a certified aircraft handlers or employees with equivalent knowledge and skills.
(5) the compliance of the air traffic Act and the regulations, as well as the industrial code must be ensured. The same applies to the mandatory provisions of labour law and the labour protection laws such as the occupational safety and Health Act and the regulations issued on its basis, the Occupational Safety Act, the working time Act, the vocational, the workplace regulations, the hazardous substances Ordinance and the accident prevention regulations, in particular the VBG 78 and profit or LOSS 5.8 (6) before is the inclusion of ground handling activities according to Appendix 1 airfield entrepreneurs the conclusion of a liability insurance policy to prove that covers the liability of the service provider or self down paver on compensation for such damages , that in carrying out the service another add them to. The service provider or self-handlers uses to accomplish his tasks of a different service provider, he has to prove that it has the required liability insurance. The liability of the service provider or even the paver is covered already by insurance, which maintains the user, 1 by the proof of this insurance can fulfil pursuant to sentence the service provider or self-handlers of his duty. The liability of the service provider or even the paver is covered already by insurance, which maintains the aerodrome operator, requires proof of pursuant to sentence 1 does not.
(7) the must demonstrate under paragraph 6 insurance must adequately cover the risk associated with the activity of each. The minimum insurance sum is 1 5 million for services according to paragraphs 1.1 and 1.3 of Appendix 1 and, as far as they performed not in the not generally accessible area or in the security-sensitive area of the airfield be 8.1 to 8.3, for services to sections 1.2, 1.4, 2, 4.1 and 4.2, 9.1 to 9.4, 10.1 and 10.2 and 11.1 to 11.4 of the Appendix 1 , 2. EUR 50 million for services to sections 1.2, 1.4, 2, 9.1 to 9.4, 10.1 and 10.2 and 11.1 to 11.4 of the Appendix 1, as far as in the security-sensitive area or in areas not generally open to the run be, 3rd 100 million euros for services according to the paragraphs 3, 5.1 to 5.7, 6.1 to 6.3 and 8.4 of Appendix 1 and, as far as they are run in the security-sensitive area or in areas not generally open to the , for services to sections 4.1 and 4.2 and 8.1 to 8.3 of Appendix 1, 4. 375 million euros for services according to paragraphs 7.1 and 7.2 of Appendix 1.
The not generally accessible and security sensitive areas of an aerodrome are determined by the regulations for the use of the airport or the air safety plan.

(8) the existence of insurance is under paragraphs 6 and 7 to prove the aerodrome operator respectively to 15 January of each year. The insurer and the must have to display any interruption of insurance cover, as well as any termination of the insurance liability in respect of the service provider or even the paver the airport operator immediately. The airport operator is obliged to terminate its contractual relationship with the service provider or self-handlers for important reasons in the event of termination of the insurance contract or of missing or not timely proof of insurance.
(9) is the selection of a Bodenabfertigungsdienstleisters pursuant to section 7 subsection 1 sentence 3 by the permitting authority, shall apply paragraph 6 accordingly.
(10) in justified cases, a deviation can be agreed by individual specifications of requirements specification provided that this does not have a discrimination according to. User exclusion and the Works Council of the airfield company shall be informed thereof.
(11) technical specifications can be used as additional requirements to handling devices, vehicles used in the airfield area and means of communication or interfaces when using central infrastructure facilities. In justified individual cases, a deviation can be agreed by individual requirements of these technical specifications, provided that this does not have a discrimination according to. User Committee and the Works Council of the airfield company shall be informed thereof.
(12) the aerodrome operator may require reasonable security or guarantees of service providers and self pavers and assert financing or payment without incurring this market access barriers.

Annex 4 (on article 5) requirements for rules of procedure for the user Committee site of the original text: BGBl. I, 1997, 2892-2893 the rules of procedure, which has to give the user Committee of an aerodrome in accordance with article 5, paragraph 1, must observe the following principles: 1. tasks of the users Committee 1.1 of the user Committee perceives the tasks conferred upon it by the ground handling service regulation.
1.2 the affairs are regulated by resolution at a meeting of users.
1.3 no decision comes despite correct supply of a draft on the user Committee, this is considered consent to the draft.
2. members of the users Committee 2.1 the users Committee is any users, the professional passengers, mail or cargo by air from or to the airport.
2.2 operator pursuant to 2.1, that operate aircraft with under 10 tonnes maximum take-off weight or without motor drive with less than 20 seats or have less than 10 take-offs or landings at this aerodrome within the last completed flight plan period, may be represented only by a common representative. This is a member of the users Committee.
2.3 each Member can decide whether it represented at the meetings of the Committee would like to have. Members or aviation organizations can be entrusted with the representation. A representative may combine no more than 49 per cent of the vote.
3. Organization 3.1 are the users Committee meetings by the Chairman or by his Deputy conducted in the case of disability.
3.2 the Chairman and two deputies are elected by the members from among their number for two years each. They represent the user Committee to third parties.
The further regulates the user Committee.
3.3 head Organizer for the carrying out of meetings of the users Committee is the aviation authority or the aerodrome operator, as far as the civil aviation authority has conferred these tasks.
3.4. the Organizer is responsible for the creation of invitation, agenda and minutes of the meetings of the users Committee, as well as for providing the meeting room. The invitation to the sessions is made in writing with a period of three weeks, unless the Chairman deems offered a shorter period. The date of the meeting is set in consultation with the Chairman. The minutes shall be signed by the head of the session.
3.5 the user Committee meeting is convened by the organizer at least once in the year. It must be convened by the Organizer, if - the participation of the users Committee in accordance with 1.1 is required or - requested in writing, stating the purpose and the reasons by more than a quarter of the members of the users Committee or - the convocation is deemed necessary by the Chairman for any other reason.
4. decision-making 4.1 decisions including elections can only be taken if planned the agenda voting has been made known in advance.
4.2 the user Committee is quorate if more than half of its members at the meeting are represented.
4.3 quorum is not present, the Chairperson convenes a new session with the same subject. It is quorate regardless of the number of members.
4.4 the decision-making process for the election of the Chairman and his Deputy, as well as to the rules of procedure by a majority of votes of the members of the users Committee. Changes of the rules of procedure require the consent of two thirds of the members. In a decision on the rules of procedure, a representative with the exception of the representative in accordance with 2.2 is not allowed.
4.5 all other decisions will be taken on the basis of voting rights, their weighting based on the proportion of the corresponding user on the total traffic volume in the last completed period of trajectory this airfield. A single user or a Member referred to in 2.2 must unite not more than 49 per cent of the votes in.
The further regulates the user Committee.
5. 5.1 cost each Member carries its own costs. The expenses for organisation, templates and handling are killed on the members.
Details to a pay-as-you-go system adjusts the user Committee.
6 user committees can meet simplified rules aviation authorities at smaller airports for aerodromes with less than 2 million passengers a year, which ensure the rights of users in other ways. These rules must comply with the sense of the ground handling service regulation and the above requirements in its rules of procedure.

Annex 5 (to section 3 para 2) site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1997, 2893 - 2899.
regarding the details of the changes see footnote number to skip to self-handlers and third-party handlers at the Airport Frankfurt (FRA) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 2 2 5.1 pilot 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers 2 2 5.4 loading and unloading and transport crew/passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5
Tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 moving of aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 unlimited 7 refuelling services unlimited the specified provisions of the number of to allow self - or third-party handlers are relevant only to the extent transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages /, as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation a set number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers on Munich Airport (MUC) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 2 5.1 2 pilots, 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers 2 2 5.4 loading and unloading and transport crew/passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5 tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 move the aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of foods/drinks 4 / 4 7 refuelling services 2 2 the specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport of Düsseldorf (DUS) with following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail clearance (transportation between airport and aircraft) 4.1 on cargo customs warehouse operation 2 2 4.2 in relation to postal mail handling eliminates 5.1 pilot 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers unlimited 6 5.4 loading and unloading as well as transport crew/passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5 tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 moving of aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages 2 / 4 7 refuelling services 7.1 loading and unloading fuel 2 4 7.2 refilling of oils and other fluids unlimited unlimited

The specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of to skip to self-handlers and third-party handlers at the airport of Berlin-Tegel (TXL) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) respectively is set to: - I service in accordance with Appendix 1 I number I number I I I self off pavers I third off pavers I where to sleep-I I 3 baggage handling I 2 I 2 I where-I I 4 freight and mail handling I 2 I 2 I I (transport between I I I I airfield and aircraft) I I I where-I I 5.1 pilot I) I) I where to sleep - ----------------------------I ) I ) I
I 5.2 Unterstützen beim Parken I ) I ) I
I---------------------------------I ) I ) I
I 5.3 Kommunikation Flugzeug/ I ) I ) I
I Abfertiger I ) I ) I
I---------------------------------I ) 2 I ) 2 I
I 5.4 Be- und Entladung sowie I ) I ) I
I Beförderung Besatzung/ I ) I ) I
I Fluggast/Gepäck I ) I ) I
I---------------------------------I ) I ) I
I 5.5 Anlassen/Triebwerke I ) I ) I
I---------------------------------I ) I ) I
I 5.6 Bewegen des Flugzeugs/ I ) I ) I
I Bereitstellen I ) I ) I where to sleep-I I 5.7 transport,- / load out I 2 I 3 I I food / I I I I drinks I I I where to sleep-I I 7 refuelling services I 2 I 8 I - the specified provisions of the number of to allow self - or third-party handlers are relevant only in so far, as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation a set another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport Hamburg (HAM) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) respectively is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 4.1 on cargo 2 2 4.2 to post 2 5.1 2 pilots, 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 communication aircraft/service providers unlimited 5.4 loading and unloading and transport crew /. Passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5 tempering/engines 3 2 5.6 moving of aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of foods/beverages / unlimited unlimited 7 refuelling services 2 2 the specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the Airport Stuttgart (STR) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 4.1 cargo 2 2 4.2 post 2 5.1 2 pilots, 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 communication aircraft/handlers unlimited unlimited 5.4 loading and unloading and transport passenger/baggage 2 2 excluding transport Crew unlimited unlimited 5.5 tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 moving of aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages / unlimited unlimited 7 refuelling services 7.1 loading and unloading fuel 2 3 7.2 refill oil and other liquids 2 3 the specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation a number of other or the access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport Cologne Bonn (CGN) following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 2 5.1 2 pilots, 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers 2 2 5.4 loading and unloading and transport crew/passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5 tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 move the aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages 2 / 2 7 refuelling services 2 2 the specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport of Hannover (HAJ) with following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 2 5.1 2 pilots, 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers 2 2 5.4 loading and unloading and transport crew/passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5 tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 move the aircraft/deploy 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages 2 / 3 7 refuelling services 2 8 specified how of the number of self admitted to - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation any other number or access is not open.
The number of to skip to self-handlers and third-party handlers at the airport Nürnberg (NUE) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) respectively is set to: - I service in accordance with Appendix 1 I number I number I I I self off pavers I third off pavers I where to sleep-I I 3 baggage handling I 2 I 2 I where-I I 4 freight and mail handling I 2 I 2 I I (transport between I I I I airfield and aircraft) I I I where-I I 5.1 pilot I 2 I 2 I where to sleep-I I 5.2 support when parking I) I) I where-I) 2 I) 2 I I 5.3 communication aircraft / I) I) I I off pavers I) I) I where-I I 5.4 loading and unloading and I 2 I 2 I I transport crew / I I I I passenger/baggage I I I where-I I 5.5 tempering/engines I 2 I 2 I where-I I 5.6 moving of aircraft / I 3 I 3 I I deploy I I I
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I 5.7 Beförderung, Ein-/Ausladen I 4 I 4 I
I von Nahrungsmitteln/ I I I
I Getränken I I I
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I 7 Betankungsdienste I 3 I 3 I
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The specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport of Leipzig (LEJ) with following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) unlimited unlimited 5.1 unlimited 5.6 apron services unlimited 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food / beverages 2 / 2 7 refuelling services unlimited unlimited the specified provisions of the number of to allow self - or third-party handlers are relevant only to the extent , another number is set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation or the access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number himself on paver Number1 *) third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and postal clearance (transportation between airport and aircraft) 2 2 5.1 to 5.6 2 2 5.7 services of prior to transport, loading/unloading of food / drinks / unlimited unlimited 7 refuelling services unlimited unlimited 1 *) Note : Provisions for third-party handlers only from the year 2001.
The specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the Airport Dresden (DRS) following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) respectively is set to: service according to annex 1 number himself on paver number2 *) third off pavers 3 baggage handling unlimited 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) unlimited 2 5 ramp services unlimited 2 7 refuelling services unlimited 2 2 *) Note: provisions for third-party handlers only apply from the year 2001.
The specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport Bremen (BRE) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number himself on paver Number3 *) third off pavers 3 baggage handling 2 2 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) 2 5.1 2 pilots, 2 2 5.2 support when parking 2 2 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers unlimited 5.4 loading and unloading and transport crew/passenger/baggage 2 2 5.5 tempering/engines 2 2 5.6 move of Flugzeugs/Bereitstellen 2 2 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages 3 / 3 7 refuelling services 2 3 3 *) Note: provisions for third-party handlers only apply from the year 2001.
The specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport Münster/Osnabrück (FMO) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: service according to annex 1 number self off pavers third off pavers 3 baggage handling unlimited eliminates 4 freight and mail handling (transport between airport and aircraft) unlimited eliminates 5.1 pilot unlimited 5.2 support when parking is unlimited unlimited eliminates 5.3 Communications aircraft/handlers 5.4 loading and unloading is unlimited as well as transport crew/passenger/baggage unlimited eliminates 5.5 tempering/engines is 5.6
Moving of aircraft/deploy 3 eliminates 5.7 transport, loading/unloading of food/beverages 3 / is required 7 refuelling services 3 eliminates the specified provisions of the number of self-admitted to or third-party handlers are only relevant as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation set a number of other or access is not open.
The number of self-handlers admitted to and third-party handlers at the airport Berlin-Tempelhof (THF) at following groundhandling services (as per Appendix 1) each is set to: (lapsed) 4 *) Note: provisions for third-party handlers only apply from the year 2001.
The specified provisions of the number to allow self - or third-party handlers are only as far as instrumental, set as not individually on the basis of other provisions of the ground handling service regulation another number or access is not open.