Terms and Condition 2018-01-02T20:53:57+00:00

ZEEFASS Terms of Service 

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  1. Limitations

In no event shall ZEEFASS or its suppliers be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of data or profit, or due to business interruption) arising out of the use or inability to use the materials on ZEEFASS’s website, even if ZEEFASS or a ZEEFASS authorized representative has been notified orally or in writing of the possibility of such damage. Because some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on implied warranties, or limitations of liability for consequential or incidental damages, these limitations may not apply to you.

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The materials appearing on ZEEFASS’s website could include technical, typographical, or photographic errors. ZEEFASS does not warrant that any of the materials on its website are accurate, complete or current. ZEEFASS may make changes to the materials contained on its website at any time without notice. However ZEEFASS does not make any commitment to update the materials.

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  1. Modifications

ZEEFASS may revise these terms of service for its website at any time without notice. By using this website you are agreeing to be bound by the then current version of these terms of service.

  1. Governing Law

These terms and conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of NIGERIA, Lagos and you irrevocably submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in that State or location.


For business aircraft operators, ground handling costs within the international operating environment vary depending on many factors. While basic handling service costs may be quite predictable, they have the potential to change on the day of operation – often as a result of additional requests, a different arrival/departure time, and/or where you end up parking on the airfield.

The following is an overview of what you need to know:

  1. Basic ground handling services

There are differences in what handlers consider “basic” aircraft support services. Many handlers include chocks, transfers to/from the general aviation (GA) lounge, aircraft towing, passenger handling and assistance with customs, immigration, and quarantine (CIQ) clearance, baggage handling and, in some cases, lav and water services as part of basic handling services. Other locations, however, may charge for every itemized service, and this will be notated on the invoice. For example, in some places in Europe, you may pay an additional 100 Euros for chock services, perhaps 5 Euros for each bag handled and 60 Euros for a limited selection of daily newspapers.

  1. Calculation of basic handling charges

Handling charges are often based on aircraft maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) – typically broken down to different size ranges of aircraft. An Eclipse 500, for example, would require less equipment to handle than a BBJ. In some cases, charges depend on the number of people onboard. Charter flights configured for high density seating, for example, may require additional equipment and personnel due to the higher number of passengers onboard.

  1. Variations in ground handling charges

Ground handling costs typically differ depending on the airport, time of day you arrive, and the equipment you require. At locations with more than one GA handler, costs will vary. Some locations have only a single authorized ground handler, and you’ll often pay more in such situations. There may also be differences in handling fees if you’re making an international arrival, as opposed to a domestic arrival, as additional ground handler personnel and time may be required. If you’re just making a tech stop, handling costs may be less than for a destination stop, but this is not always the case, so it’s best to confirm this in advance.

  1. After hours and extended hours surcharges

Certain locations impose surcharges for after hours and late night operations – particularly if the ground handler does not normally operate at that location. In many cases your handling charge will also depend on your time on the ground. You may, for example, be on the ground just one hour, but charged for a minimum of three hours in handling fees. Be aware that you may also experience handling surcharges when arriving during a busy holiday or high-traffic event period.


  1. Administration and credit fees

You’ll typically be charged administration fees for all credit extended for services and airport charges. This will include arrangements for in-flight catering, ground transport and payment of airport and parking fees. Admin fees are generally in the range of 10% and this applies to all services arranged, and paid for, by the handler.


  1. GSE considerations

In some cases the ground handler may need to rent specific ground support equipment (GSE) for your operation. Such items may include an LD6 loader, ground power unit (GPU), and/or stairs for the aircraft. In some cases, this equipment will have to be brought in from another airport. There will be additional costs, plus an admin fee, added to your handling bill. This is often the case when large or wide-body aircraft operating to smaller airports. In some cases fuel may also need to be brought to your location from off-airport, and there will be charges for this.

  1. Parking fees

Aircraft parking charges usually depend on the particular airport as well as on length of time on the ground. Where you park on the field may substantially impact cost of parking. You may be subject to one parking fee structure when on a GA ramp controlled by the ground handler, but a different (much higher) fee if you’re parked on the commercial side of the field. At Dubai (OMDB) and Stansted (EGSS), for example, the cost of parking on the airport-controlled ramp areas is much higher than on the ground handler GA ramp. When the GA ramp fills up, however, you may have no choice but to use the much higher priced commercial ramp areas.

  1. Handling extras

There are locations where you may be required, or have the option, to use a VIP lounge with express CIQ clearance. You may pay $1500- $3000 for use of these facilities – for arrival as well as for departure. VIP terminals with surcharges include Singapore Changi (WSSS), Tel Aviv (LLBG), and Tokyo Haneda (RJTT).

  1. Out of the norm services

There will be additional handling costs associated with special requests that are not standard services. For instance, if you wish your handler to source a specific French wine at a smaller Caribbean island, fresh strawberries out of season in Panama or a case of peach-flavored Snapple in Tahiti ,additional costs are sure to materialize on your handling invoice.


Handling costs vary by the size of aircraft, particular services needed and any non-standard services, and/or services required outside of normal operating hours. It’s recommended that operators determine the best airport for the location they’re flying to, as well as a preferred ground handler, as this will impact your cost at destination.



Please note the costs are an estimate only and an approximate calculation of the probable costs for the specified trip. This does not include extra charges due to additional services used, itinerary, or schedule changes. Please understand that the actual charges made by ground services providers may vary from the original estimate and ZAS flight support will not be held responsible for any extra charges that are not originally estimated. Upon completion of the trip Zas flight support will invoice all bill received from third party service providers in relation to your flight. All charges mentioned above are excluding ZAS flight support fees.

Fuel is supplied on the basis that the pilot in command receives a copy of the fuel delivery ticket.

-Taxes, into plane Fees, and other Fees are subject to change without prior notice and may vary according to flight type and destination.

-For European locations, Mineral Oil Tax/Excise Tax/Hydrocarbon Tax is quoted as indication only and can vary according to the country concerned, please note that even if we have not quoted these taxes. If the local authority deems them to be applicable, we will be obliged to pass thru these charges. If no fuel occurred at French Airports, Euro 80.00 will be imposed accordingly.

-Fuel quotation does not guarantee fuel availability. So, it is highly recommended to check for fuel availability before your flight operation.

-Uplifts less than 500 USG attract $50 surcharge.


Zeefass Aviation will therefore not be obliged to provide a fuel delivery ticket to the operator.

Operator AOC is required to be presented at the time of delivery in some countries to gain exemption from some excise TAX, failure to provide the (AOC) may result in some additional TAX charges being levied. It will not be possible to remove this TAX once charged. Zeefass Aviation is not responsible for any extra TAX that may be added to the fuel supplier invoice.


1.Documents required to obtain permit: C. of R,C of A, Insurance, Noise Cert, Radio  License, Crew Data Page, Type of cargo, AWB for cargo plane

2.Some country required 48-72 hours’ notice.

3.Once permit is issued payment must be made.

  1. Any Additional document or information that may be required by the CAA.