Need a solid flight support in Holy See (Vatican City State) ?
One of the holiest cities in the world, Vatican City State In Rome, Italy is an independent city state. An ecclesiastical or sacerdotal-monarchical, Vatican City is ruled by the Pope, who is the head of Catholic Church and bishop of Rome. The city dates back to early Christian era, and is spread in just 121 acres of land, with around 825 people as a its population.
Looking for flights to Vatican City operations? With no airports in Vatican City State, your only option is using a helicopter and landing at Vatican City Heliport. For private jet and other flights the nearest airport is Rome Ciampino Giovan Battista Pastine Airport, where iJET offers all flight support services and ground handling services.
Vatican City State has no airports, you will have to use a helicopter which will take you to Vatican City Heliport, situated in western part and is mainly used by Vatican City officials and visiting heads.
Vatican City State has no airports, the nearest airport is Rome Ciampino Giovan Battista Pastine Airport CIA/ LIRA.
Every aircraft operator needs to obtain several flight permits before any flight (overflight permits and a landing permit). Overflight permits are necessary to enter, pass, and exit each country across your flight route. While landing permits are permissions to land in a particular airport at the destination country. The process of obtaining overflight and landing permits is complicated. Here comes iJET effective role in facilitating the process and securing flight permits on short notice due to its wide network of relations with the civil aviation authorities in almost every country around the world. iJET also helps aircraft operators to choose the flight route that imposes the minimum overflight fees, as most countries charge fees for processing overflight permits. Those fees are generally non-refundable. Overflight permit fees and landing permit fees are different from one country/airport to another. The required documents for applying to both overflight and landing permits also differ from one country to another. But generally, an aircraft operator is required to provide: the flight number, schedule and purpose of the flight, and aircraft airworthiness certificate, aircraft operator certificate, certificate of registration, insurance certificate, noise certificate, airworthiness review certificate.