Aerocircular has reached an important milestone for its startup at the International Airport of Ostend-Bruges. The requests for both a building and an environmental permit were submitted yesterday.
Thanks to the hard work of MVC Architects and SWECO Belgium and the great co-operation with the WVI (the inter-municipal association of West Flanders) we were able to compose a comprehensive and consistent dossier. The requests will now be assessed and advised by several governmental bodies. Through public consultations citizens will have the opportunity to react as well. Within a few months our permits are to be expected. The completion of the files to receive the necessary permits is a very important step in the further development of the Ostend-Bruges facility.
After three years of careful planning and preparation Aerocircular was formally founded in 2016. Aerocircular is a new Belgian company that provides green, service-only, economical end-of-life aircraft recycling/up-cycling services to fleet owners. It is based at the international airport of Ostend – Bruges. Aerocircular employs approximately and depending on customer demand between 20 and 60 people.