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With 1.8 million passengers each year*, and more than 1,200 employees in 30 companies, thousands of people pass through Southampton Airport each day. The typical Southampton Airport passenger profile is: ABC1: 85% C2DE: 15% - flying for both leisure and business purposes.

*Based on data from 2014

We are always interested in talking to business who wish to work with Southampton Airport, whether as a prospective supplier, airline or tour operator or regarding the many and varied advertising opportunities at the airport.

Conditions of use

Conditions of use

The Conditions of use document details the terms and conditions that apply to flights operating at the airport. The document includes:

1. Definitions
2. Operational conditions
3. Payment terms
4. Data requirements
5. Schedule of fees and charges addressing matters such as:

  • Landing charges
  • Departing passenger charges
  • Air navigation service charges
  • Aircraft parking charges
  • Out of hours operations charges
  • Security/baggage charges
  • Passengers with reduced mobility (PRM) charges
  • Common user terminal equipment (CUTE) charges
  • New route incentives
  • Other rebates and charges.

Safeguarding

Drones

Drone Information

drone (also known as an unmanned aerial vehicle or UAV) is any aircraft that can fly without a human on board. Interest in drone flying has grown considerably in recent years as technology has developed and drones have become increasingly available for civilian use. There have also been a number of high profile incidents in recent months where significant disruption has been caused to airports, caused by the threat to safety presented by drones.

As of March 13, 2019, the drone flight restriction zone around airports and airfields changes. The government has introduced a new rule stating that the 1km restriction from the airfield boundary is replaced by a restriction using the airfield’s existing aerodrome traffic zone, which has a radius of either two or two and a half nautical miles and then five kilometres by one kilometre zones starting from the point known as the ‘threshold’ at the end of the runway.

As of this date, it will be illegal to fly any drone at any time within these restricted zones unless you have permission from air traffic control at the airport or, if air traffic control is not operational, from the airport itself.

The Department for Transport and the Civil Aviation Authority have collaborated to create Dronesafe.uk which is designed to help ensure that drone users in the UK can easily access the information they need about how to fly their drones safely and legally, without endangering others. You can find a map of Southampton Airport Flight Restricted Zone and further information on the Drone Safe website here.

All drone operators requiring permission to operate within the Flight Restricted Zone are required to apply via the NATS Airspace User Portal and follow NATs Non Standard Flight application process found here: https://aup.nats.aero/

If you have any questions around the operating drones within the Flight Restricted Zone, please email sousafeguard@southamptonairport.com

Cranes

Applications for Crane Permit

As of 31st May 2021 companies and contractors who require to operate cranes and lifting equipment within 10 nautical mile of Southampton Airport Limited and at heights of more than 10 metres or that of surrounding structures or trees must in the first instance notify the CAA and complete the online Crane Notification Form (DAP1924). The CAA will then notify the airport. We will check whether the crane falls within our area for safeguarding and if it does, carry out an assessment. In some circumstances, a more detailed assessment will be required and could extend the time taken to grant a permit. A charge will be required in this case, the cost of which will be determined on a case by case basis.

The CAA recommends initial contact using the notification at least eight weeks before the erection of the crane.

The CAA also recognises that there are times when very little notice is given to the crane user therefore additional notification timescales have been created as follows:

1.PLANNED LONG-TERM PROJECTS: Notification to be sent to the CAA at least eight weeks (40 working days) before the erection of the crane. The CAA will then identify parties that may be affected by the crane and inform the crane user and affected parties about the next steps.

2.AD-HOC PROJECTS: Notification to be sent to the CAA not later than 5 working days in advance. The CAA will then identify parties that may be affected by the crane and inform the crane user and the affected parties about the next steps.

3.UNFORESEEN AND URGENT PROJECTS: If there is an unforeseen and urgent requirement to erect a crane within 5 working days from the notification, the crane user is required to contact Southampton Airport by completing a crane permit application form and emailing it to SOUSAFEGUARD@SOUTHAMPTONAIRPORT.COM. The CAA Crane Notification Form (DAP1924) form must then be completed and submitted to the CAA as soon as possible and advise that Southampton Airport has been contacted and the reason for less than 5 working days’ notice.

2020 Permit Charges

  • Standard Crane Permit - £170                     
  • Crane Permit (within 48 hours) - £280
  • Crane Permit (within 24 hours) - £390              
  • Site Wide Crane Permit (More than 2 locations) - POA                        
  • Extension - £60
  • Other safeguarding services POA. All prices exl VAT.

Note if the crane is operating further than the 6km range of Southampton Airport, the notification form should still be submitted to the CAA, who will process such notifications at the earliest opportunity.

Please be aware any crane erected without a positive response received from the CAA or Southampton Airport may be considered a hazard to air navigation and such a crane operates at the crane user’s risk of endangering the safety of an aircraft.

Procurement

Procurement

At Southampton Airport, our procurement team works with suppliers to deliver maximum value in the procurement of all goods and services, while ensuring that the highest possible standards are maintained.

Our Procurement Policy

Southampton Airport adopts a clear, concise and fair contracting policy.

Standard PO terms and conditions.
Revised 12 March 2021

Contact Procurement

For supplier enquiries, please contact:

Procurement Department
Glasgow Airport
Erskine Court
St Andrew’s Drive
Paisley
PA3 2SW

Email: AGSProcurement@agsairports.co.uk

Airlines

Airlines

We're always ready to welcome new and existing carriers, tour operators and bookers, and are committed to helping them succeed. For further information please email steven.marshall@glasgowairport.com.

Advertising at the airport

Advertising at the airport

Global are one of the leading Outdoor Media Owners in the UK with more than 35,300 sites nationwide covering over 95% of the UK population. They offer a number of varied and eye-catching advertising formats in Southampton Airport, ideal for communicating with the high-value business or leisure passenger.

Company: Global

Contact: Liz Lightning-Toon

Email: liz.lightningtoon@global.com

Phone: 07733 001780

global.com

Affiliate Programme

Affiliate Programme

The Southampton Airport affiliate programme is managed by Affiliate Future.

Join the Southampton Airport affiliate programme and monetise your website traffic by referring sales to Southampton Airport.

 

Who is Southampton Airport?

Southampton Airport is owned by AGS Airports Limited and offers flights to around 45 destinations across Europe with excellent worldwide connections through a number of European hubs.

  • Operating hours: 24 hours a day, 364 days a year (closed Christmas Day)
  • Opened: 1910
  • Runways: One (1723m long)
  • Terminals: One
  • Airlines: 7
  • Destinations: Around 45
  • Passengers per year: around 2 million

Will my website be accepted?

At Southampton Airport we wish to partner with publishers from all backgrounds however, we are especially keen to hear from you if you have any of the following types of websites:

  • Generic travel sites
  • Location-specific sites (e.g. within the catchment area of Southampton Airport)
  • Demographic specific sites (e.g. students, over 60’s, jobs in education)
  • Destination-specific sites (e.g. those destinations Southampton Airport fly to)
  • Lifestyle specific sites (e.g. beach holidays, skiing, golf, diving)

What linking methods are available?

A standard suite of brand creative is available to support our products.

How do I join?

The Southampton Airport affiliate programme resides on Affiliate Future.

Contact details

Please get in touch if you have any questions regarding the Southampton Airport affiliate programme.

Luke Shipway

Affiliate Future

+44 (0)20 7936 6791

luke.shipway@affiliatefuture.co.uk

Commercial Telecoms

Commercial Telecoms

We own a state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure, based on future-proof technology, that forms the basis of our service portfolio and on which we currently provide the following services:

  • Telephony - telephones, fax and PDQ connectivity
  • Managed LAN services
  • Wireless LAN
  • Fibre cabling
  • Flight Information Display Screens (FIDS)
  • Staff Information Systems (SIS)
  • CCTV
  • IPTV - television connectivity

For further information, please contact the Getronics Service Desk via email: AGS.ITServiceDesk@Getronics.com

Suppliers

Suppliers

We work with suppliers who share our values and who can help us provide an excellent level of service to our customers.

Terms and conditions for the purchase of goods and services.

Prospective suppliers

If you are interested in becoming a supplier to Southampton Airport, please contact AGSProcurement@agsairports.co.uk.