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Training Flight Procedures - Montpellier Airport

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To minimize noise, the flight circuit must avoid the communes located near the airfield. For local restrictions on training flights, please refer to


Prior approval must be granted by the aerodrome operator and the air navigation service for training in any aircraft that is not based at Montpellier Mediterranean Airport.


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Training flight procedures - Montpellier Mediterranean Airport © AMM

Training on flight circuits and instrument approach procedures are:

  • Banned all year for aircraft in acoustic groups 1, 2 and 3.
  • Authorized for aircraft equipped with turbojets and turboprops in acoustic groups 4 and 5:
    • From 1 October to 15 June inclusive.
    • From Monday to Saturday, except holidays.
    • From 0500 UTC to 2000 UTC (HIV + 1 HR).

  • Authorized all year for piston airplanes:
    • From 0500 UTC to 2000 UTC (HIV + 1 HR)

Training on runway 12L must maintain a minimum altitude of 1000 ft on the downwind leg.

At take-off from runway 30R for flight circuit training, the initial turn must be at 1.4 NM / FJR to join the right hand downwind leg.

Training in non-based aircraft is subject to a training application submitted online, with a minimum notice of 48 hours, addressed to the aerodrome operator. This request must list the type of aircraft, its acoustic group, the nature of training, the times and duration.

> Go to training application form for non-based aircraft.

> Consult the instructions to limit noise.

> See aeronautical tariff conditions.

> See useful information for pilots.

> Contact the "Airport Handling" partners.


Operatiing Control Station

Montpellier Mediterranean Airport

CS 10001

Fax: +33 4 67 20 03 72

Sitatex: MPLAPXH


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