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GRU Airport launches Incentive Program for full freighters

To encourage new international cargo flights and increase business opportunities, GRU Airport Cargo launches the "GRU Incentives Program" which provides 100% landing fee exemption on from March 26, 2017 to March 24, 2018, for full freighter operations.

Airlines interested in joining the program must meet minimum requirements, such as: operating a new regular route between GRU Airport and a country in Africa, North America, Asia, Europe or Oceania. In order to qualify to the incentive, operations must be outside peak hours and take place at least once a week with monthly regularity of at least 80%, according to authorization issued by ANAC (National Civil Aviation Agency), the Hotran planning.

Note!
Applicants must apply to the incentive by e-mail: incentivo@gru.com.br. The Incentive Program in Portuguese Version must be duly signed, and all the documentation requested by the Program must be sent.


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TARIFFS FOR AIRPORT STORAGE AND INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL HANDLING

The tariffs presented are in compliance with decision No. 5.393 of July 8th, 2021 of the National Civil Aviation Agency - ANAC, in force from 12/08/2021.

STORAGE TARIFFS FOR IMPORTED CARGO

criteria

reference

Storage Period

Percentage over CIF

Chart 7

1 - 2 business days

0.75%

2 - 3 to 5 business days

1.50%

3 - 6 to 10 business days

2.25%

4 - 11 to 20 business days

4.50%

For every 10 business day period (or fraction) that goes over the 4th period, goods are picked up

Additional 2.25%

Observations:
1. After the 4th period the percentages are cumulative;
2. This chart is charged adding to chart 8.

 


Terminal handling TARIFFS of imported cargo

CRITeria

reference

Value over verified Gross Weight

R$ 0,0691 per kilogram

Chart 8

Observations:
1. This chart is charged adding to chart 7;
2. The airport tariff for terminal handling will be a single charge;
3. Minimum charge of R$23,05.

     

 

STORAGE AND TERMINAL HANDLING TARIFFS OF IMPORTED CARGO
APPLY IN SPECIAL* CASES AND TRANSIT TO OTHER AIRPORTS

CRITERIA

REFERENCE

Storage Period

Over Gross Weight

Chart 9

1 - up to 4 business days

R$ 0,1845 per kilogram

2 - For 2-day periods (or fraction) that surpass the 1st period until retrieving goods.

Additional R$ 0,1845 
per kilogram

Observation:

1. The minimum charge is R$23,06 

* PER, AVI, DGR and others

 


TERMINAL HANDLING TARIFF FOR IMPORTED CARGO MOVED TO SECONDARY ZONE

CRITERIA

REFERENCE

Value over verified Gross Weight

R$ 1,1519 per kilogram

Chart 10

Observations:
1. Minimum charge, R$115,19.
2. This chart applies to cargo with a maximum stay of 24 (twenty-four) hours at TECA.
3. Charts 7 and 8 will applied if 24 (twenty four) hour period is exceeded after cargo enters TECA.

     

 

TARIFFS FOR STORAGE AND TERMINAL HANDLING OF SPECIFIC VALUABLE IMPORTED CARGO

CRITERIA

REFERENCE

Storage Period

Range (R$)

Percentage over CIF value

Chart 11

3 business days (or fraction), 
after the TECA receiving date

From R$5,000.00 to R$19,999.00/Kg

0.60%

From R$20,000.00 to R$79,999.00/Kg

0.30%

Over R$80,000.00/Kg

0.15%

Observations:
1. The net weight of cargo is the base for calculating the CIF value per kilogram.

 

STORAGE AND TERMINAL HANDLING TARIFFS FOR EXPORT CARGO

CRITERIA

REFERENCE

Storage Period

Value over Gross Weight

Chart 12

1. – Up to 4 business days

R$ 0,0921 per kilogram

2. - For 2-day periods (or fraction) that surpass the 1st period until retrieving goods.

Additional R$ 0,0921
per kilogram

Observations:
1. Minimum tariff of R$ 9.21 (nine reais and twenty-one cents) in the TECA of origin and R$ 4.60 (four reais and sixty cents) in the traffic TECA;

2. Values are cumulative after the 2nd period;
3. Reduction of 50% (fifty percent) when perishable cargo is returned to TECA due to delay or cancelling of scheduled air freight flight.

 

 

Observation: According to Resolution No. 350/2014 of ANAC (National Civil Aviation Agency), it is considered working days for the purposes of charging those in which the cargo terminals are in effective operation. In accordance with this standard, in the case of the GRU Airport Cargo Terminal, every day (24 hours/day, Monday to Sunday, including holidays) are considered useful for charging purposes, which has already been the subject of release No. 13/2019. Click here

 

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