Cork Airport has very extensive Route Support Schemes for new long and short haul routes and Marketing Support is also available to help in the formative years of launching any new routes.
The broad details of the two schemes for 2013 are as follows:-
The DAA is pleased to announce an enhanced GROWTH Incentive Scheme which will operate at each of the three DAA airports. This initiative will operate in conjunction with previously announced New Route Incentives and is aimed at further stimulating passenger growth at Cork Airport.
The GROWTH Incentive Scheme has been amended and improved, and now offers a full rebate of Passenger Service Charges for traffic growth over a three year period. A further enhancement is the reduction in the initial threshold to the actual traffic level recorded in 2011.
Outline of the Cork Airport GROWTH Incentive Schemes 2011-2013:
• The scheme will run for three years from 2011 to 2013
• When traffic at Cork Airport exceeds the level of traffic that was recorded during the previous year, airlines will be rebated retrospectively, based on their contribution to the overall growth at the airport
• The threshold for 2012 will be 2.4m at Cork Airport, which is the actual traffic recorded in 2010
• The level of traffic to be exceeded at Cork Airport in order for a Cork Airport GROWTH Incentive rebate to be paid in 2012 and 2013 will be the traffic recorded at Cork Airport during 2011 and 2012 respectively.
• The Cork Airport GROWTH Incentive rebate will be available to all passenger airlines and will be paid to airlines that grow traffic over the previous year. The rebate will be distributed based on each airline’s proportion of the overall incremental passengers recorded at the airport
• The total Cork Airport GROWTH Incentive payment will be capped at the level of growth at Cork Airport as a whole.
• In the event of an airline receiving route support or other incentive support, the airline will receive the benefit of the higher value scheme. Airlines will not be eligible to receive both route support and a GROWTH Incentive rebate.
Example: If 2012 total annual traffic exceeds 2.4 million passengers at Cork Airport, DAA will rebate all associated Passenger Services Charges for departing passengers in excess of that amount. The rebate will be paid to those airlines demonstrating growth at Cork Airport in 2012. The rebate payment would be made in early 2013.
• The GROWTH Incentive Scheme will apply to all commercial terminal traffic.
• Operators will continue to be invoiced at the standard applicable airport charge levels.
Growth that has been generated solely as a result of an airline switching capacity between DAA airports, with no net benefit to DAA will be excluded from any GROWTH Incentive rebate under the scheme.
1/ The Passenger Service Charge at Cork Airport is €7.15 per departing passenger. The security charge of €5.50 per departing passenger will be also included in the Cork Airport GROWTH Incentive rebate.
2/The introduction of this enhanced GROWTH Incentive Scheme signifies the discontinuation of the previously announced 2011 GROW Incentive Scheme.
DAA Cork Airport has decided to introduce a temporary Standby Aircraft Incentive 2013 for Relevant Operators in respect of aircraft parking charges. A Relevant Operator shall not be charged aircraft parking charges (as defined in clause 3.2 of the Cork Airport Charges document) in relation to a Standby Aircraft for periods on which it is parked on a Standby Aircraft Stand.
The Terms and Conditions of the Scheme are as follows:
Cork Airport Standby Aircraft Incentive Scheme 2013
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