Aéroport Toulouse-Blagnac's mission is to maintain, develop and optimise the airport facilities to benefit the region's land use planning and economic development.
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2019 - A BALANCED DEVELOPMENT
The governance of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport has undergone a major change in the last hours of 2019, with the arrival of the Eiffage group in the capital of the company. Now acting as main shareholder after the departure of CASIL Europe, Eiffage is involved in an airport platform to which it has already provided its expertise as a manufacturer and contributed, in recent years, to the success of several important projects
This arrival comes at the end of a year of stability for air traffic. Virtuous stability, because accompanied by a further decline in aircraft movements, which are lower in number than in 2000, for the second year in a row.
The past year has also demonstrated ATB's determination to anchor its activity in a logic of sustainable development. The proofs punctuated the exercise, marked by the ACA 3 certification of the ACI (Airports Council International) Europe, the commitment to zero carbon emissions by 2050 and the partnership for the creation of a hydrogen station (production & distribution).
This balanced approach to air traffic in Toulouse, attentive to the development of the activity as well as to its harmonious integration into the urban environment, finds a particular resonance with the outbreak of COVID-19. Airport teams worked tirelessly to ensure the repatriation of passengers, the transport of medical equipment and the transfer of patients to regional hospitals.
After the closure of air links for more than two months, ATB commits its forces to create the best conditions for the recovery. The stability of the company, the protection of its employees and passengers and the airport's commitment to the recovery of the regional economy are part of this revival.
Marc Legrand, Chairman of the Supervisory Board & Philippe Crébassa, Chairman of the Board of Directors
Fees and regulations
Aeronautical charges & services
The tariffs for airport public services are set after consultation with the Economic Consultative Commission in application of the provisions of decree n ° 2005-827 of July 20, 2005, and in accordance with the economic regulation contract concluded between the State and the Toulouse Airport company -Blagnac for the period 2014-2018.
- COVID-19 information: Suspension from March 15 of the parking fee for based planes that are immobilized on the platform due to the crisis.
- Measures relating to customer payment deadlines in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic: The deadline for settling invoices relating to aeronautical fees is until June 30, 2020 extended from 30 to 60 days net from the invoice date.
Extra-aeronautical charges & services
All authorizations to exercise an activity granted by the Toulouse-Blagnac Airport Company, are granted under the authorization regime for temporary occupation of the public domain of the State.
- Measures regarding customer payment deadlines in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic: The deadline for settling invoices relating to state fees and rental charges is until June 30, 2020 extended from 30 to 60 net days invoice date.
Based on the principle of continuous improvement, the environmental approach of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport requires recording the results of its activities. Monitoring these results and analyzing them makes it possible to identify areas for improvement and implement new actions.
The activities measured are as follows :
- Night aircraft traffic
- Handling of complaints and requests for information
- Soundproofing assistance
- Air quality
- Consumption of natural resources
- Waste generation
Rules of use
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