Guide material

    Documentation to assist in the processing of applications for aeronautical servitude or clarification of the data of the applications submitted.

    Four forms of form are made available to users to assist in the processing of applications for authorisation, depending on the need or not for a licence or authorisation by the planning authority (city hall, etc.) and the way in which the site is submitted. For the latter, the location can be specified by:

    • a postal address (e.g. for works, installations or plantations). If you want to specify more than one location using one address, use the additional sheet. Otherwise, it is not necessary to use the additional sheet
    • geographical coordinates, for telephony towers, antennas, power lines or wind farms or very extensive buildings in plant. If you want to specify more than four locations using geographical coordinates, use the additional sheet. Otherwise, it is not necessary to use the additional sheet.

    The forms have optional sheets that will be filled in only if you want to specify more locations than you can enter the main sheet.

    The application forms available are as follows:

    Also, in order to facilitate and speed up the processing of wind farms, power lines, antenna groups, etc., in which the number of locations to be specified by means of summary coordinates, a template is made available in Excel format to be sent filled and attached to the form.

    If in the Excel table, when selecting “Province” and “Municipio”, the name of an airport or facility will appear in the “Afection” field, this means that the municipality is affected by aeronautical servitudes, so the processing will be done in accordance with the section “Aeronautical servitude authorisation procedure”.

    • Coordinate Request Table Template

    In cases where the documentation provided is considered insufficient to carry out the evaluation, EASA shall issue a communication in order to clarify the doubts raised or to provide the documentation again.

    To meet the request for improvement, one of the forms set out above may be used to clarify the data of the submitted application (e.g. coordinates, height values, ground level values, drawings or any additional documentation).

Communication of final obstacle data with a height exceeding 100 m


Signage and lighting


    Signage and lighting of wind farms:
    The signposting and lighting of wind farms must be carried out in accordance with the guidelines given in the Guide to the marking and lighting of wind farms, prepared by EASA. 
    In wind farms for which resolution has been issued indicating a different signaling and lighting than those described in the guide, retroactivity is considered not mandatory but voluntary, in order to resolve any specific conflicts that may have arisen in relation to conditions with the environment.

    Signage and lighting of obstacles:
    The signposting and lighting of obstacles (except wind farms with their own guide) must be carried out in accordance with the guidelines set out in the Guide to marking and illumination of obstacles prepared by EASA.
    In any case, the identification and illumination of all obstacles associated with an aeronautical servitude file must be carried out in accordance with the relevant decision issued by EASA.

Safety and shielding studies


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