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Incentive policy - Montpellier Airport

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Montpellier Méditerranée Airport accompanies the airlines committing to open new scheduled passenger air services from Montpellier.



An incentive business policy (abatement measures) is practicable on 3 years for any new scheduled route meeting the criterions of eligibility.

The Route Development Team of the airport is at your disposal for any further information.
 



INCENTIVE MEASURES FOR ANY NEW SCHEDULED PASSENGER AIR SERVICES


Any creation of a new scheduled air route from Montpellier Mediterranean Airport benefits from incentive measures: reduction of the published tariff for the landing, lighting and passenger fees.



Conditions


Is considered as a new scheduled passenger air service, any new scheduled flight fulfilling the following requirements:

  • It connects an airport not yet connected on a regular basis to Montpellier Mediterranean  by a direct scheduled flight (same flight number on the two sectors in case of stop-over).
  • In the case of cessation of operation of an Airline flying a city pair, and for which, it was the only carrier, a new Airline with no financial relationship with the previous one, will benefit from incentive measures, in their entirety, for the resumption of the route and subject to the review of the record by the Airport that will ensure that there are more specific costs related to the resumption of the new route.
  • It is subject of a minimum programme of one weekly frequency, scheduled to be operated for at least two consecutive months by an aircraft with capacity of more than 19 seats.

In case of a seasonal suspension, the decreased incentive process continues at the resuming of the service as if the air service has never been suspended. The period of suspension is included in the discount period.



Measures & Policies


The discount is applicable on the landing fee, lighting fee and passenger fee for a period of three years as of the starting date of the first flight to the new destination.

The level of discount is calculated according to the length of time that the route has been operated:

  • 80% off landing, lighting and passenger fees for the 1st year.
  • 60% off landing, lighting and passenger fees for the 2nd year.
  • 10% off landing, lighting and passenger fees for the 3rd year.
     

If any other airline opens a scheduled and direct service to the same new destination, it will benefit from the same measures for the period remaining after the starting date of the first flight to said destination by the first airline.

If a flight or a frequency is added during this period, it will benefit from the incentive measures for the period remaining after the starting date of the first flight.

The airline will lose these rebates if it fails to respect the minimum flight programme required for reason other than Force Majeure.

 
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