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Schedule Your Flight's Arrival
Eccelsa Aviation personnel will greet you and your passengers and ensure a smooth transition to your next destination.

Let us arrange all services according to your personal needs and requirements - schedule your flight's arrival to Olbia by using our online handling request form.



Aircraft Disinsection - Zika Virus

Please be reminded that according to ICAO Annex 9 and to provisions of ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority) Circular EAL 10 dated 21.09.2012 all aircraft arriving to Italian Airports are required to have a copy of the Certificate of Residual Disinsection onboard - regardless of the origin of the flight.

To visualize a reminder by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority please click here.

On 1 February 2016 Zika virus was declared a public health emergency of international concern by the World Health Organization (WHO).

The virus is trasmitted primarily by the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito. It usually results in mild syptoms in adults, with 80 per cent of people not presenting any symptoms. However, an association has been observed between Zika virus, congenital abnormalities and neurological disease, although a causal relationship has not been proven.

ICAO is collaborating with WHO to ensure the aviation sector plays a supporting role in minimizing the risk of spreading the disease internationally and of travellers becoming infected.



References and Useful Links

a) WHO Guidance on Zika virus Aircraft disinsection for mosquito control

b) Zika situation report

c) WHO guide to Hygiene and sanitation in Aviation

d) WHO guidance on aircraft disinsection and insecticides

e) WHO complete guidance on aircraft disinsection insecticides

In case you are carrying out the disinsection with WHO's approved sprays, please make sure you always keep on board Appendix 4 of ICAO Annex 9. Please also make sure all parts of it are filled out in clearly legible BLOCK CAPITAL LETTERS. 

Eccelsa Aviation can help you obtain the Certificate of Residual Disinsection by the Airport Authority of the Ministry of Health. Please reserve your disinsection at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

The disinsection of a medium-sized aircraft takes approximately 30 minutes. The procedure starts when the crew has cleaned and cleared the cabin, and cleared the luggage compartment of their personal belongings.

The crew is advised not to stay on board during the disinsection but their presence nearby is appreciated. The crew Lounge at the FBO can be used at any such time.

Please note for a lasting effect of the disinsection your aircraft is required to stay closed for ideally 24 hours.

On the day of departure your aircraft cabin will need to be aired for approximately 1 hour before boarding any passenger. To that end it is enough to open the main door, the luggage compartment door and turn the air conditioning on.

Please note that the spray used for the disinsection has no odour, no colour, and leaves no marks or traces on any aircraft part.

Please allow 12-24 hours after the physical disinsection to process your request and obtain a Certificate by the Ministry of Health.









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Please note Eccelsa Aviation's official opening times are from 07:00 to 22:00 local time. However, should you need to operate a flight outside those hours, you can apply for an opening times extension at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.





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