Aerodromes

Aerodromes

Pursuant to Law No. 03/L-051 on Civil Aviation, Aerodrome means a defined area on land or water (including any buildings, installations and equipment) which is used wholly or partly for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft.

As described in the Law on Civil Aviation, the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation requires that all aerodromes open to civil public use under the jurisdiction of a State should ensure uniform conditions for the aircrafts which intend to use it. Furthermore, each State shall insure that aerodromes comply with the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) developed by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).

In the Republic of Kosovo, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is responsible for certification, approval and registration of aerodromes available for civilian use, including heliports. To verify and ensure full implementation of the applicable local and international legislation, aerodromes inspectors continuously observe the aerodromes safety through audits, inspections and monitoring of their activities.

Depending on the nature of operations, annual traffic of passengers and aircraft movements for transportation of goods, civil aerodromes are categorized as certified aerodromes, approved airfields and registered aerodromes.

Regulations

04-2016

Amending and supplementing Regulation 05-2010 on Airport Protective Zones

09-2015

Registered aerodromes

03-2015

Airport charges

02-2015

Fees levied by CAAK

03-2014

Helicopter take-off and landing areas outside an aerodrome

01-2014

Professional training of aerodrome employees and approval of professional training organizations

02-2013

Ammendment and supplement of Regulation 02-2010 on marking of obstacles

04-2012

Ammendment and supplement of Regulation 01-2008 on Aerodromes

03-2012

Approved aerodromes

08-2011

on inspectors authorizations and credentials

04-2011

Access to the groundhandling market

05-2010

Aerodrome protective zones

02-2010

Marking of obstacles

01-2009

Occurrence reporting in civil aviation

01-2008

Aerodromes

Technical Publications

AACK-SSP-MAN

Aviation State Safety Programme of the Republic of Kosovo

TP 26

Safety Management System (SMS) for Service Providers

TP 25

Aeronautical Ground Lighting and Maintenance

tp 24

the measurement and assesment of runway surface friction characteristics

TP 21

Apron Risk Management

TP 20

Aerodrome Wildlife Strike Hazard Management

TP 18

Aircraft Fuelling

TP 16

Criteria and procedure for issuance of groundhandling approval

TP 08

Aerodrome Development

TP 05

Occurrence Reporting in Civil Aviation

TP 03

Aerodrome Protective Zones

TP 02

Aerodrome certification

DOC

Airfields in the Republic of Kosovo

Forms

AACK-AGA-FRM 15

Application for Aerodrome Registration

AACK-AGA-FRM 11

Application for approval as a supplier of groundhandling services or a self-handler

AACK-AGA-FRM 10

Application for Authorisation of Professional Training Organisation

AACK-AGA-FRM 04

Application for an Aerodrome Approval

AACK-AGA-FRM 01

Application for an Aerodrome Certificate

Fees

Reports

Contacts

 

Burim Dinarama
Director
Tel: +381 38 248 629 ext.113
burim.dinarama@caa-ks.org

 

Emir Hiseni
Aerodromes inspector
Tel: +381 38 248 629 ext.122
emir.hiseni@caa-ks.org

 

Minir Istrefi
Aerodromes inspector
Tel: +381 38 248 629 ext.129
minir.istrefi@caa-ks.org

 

Alban Ramabaja
Aerodromes inspector
Tel: +381 38 248 629 ext.107
alban.ramabaja@caa-ks.org