The DronePort flight areas provide drone companies the perfect testing, proving and demonstration grounds for their innovations and products. Check out our different flying areas and reserve airspace according to your needs. All flying ranges have been approved by the Belgian Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) and are managed by DronePort nv.


LRA Operator & DronePort General Director: Kris Van Den Bergh

  • By telephone: +32(0) 11 46 00 66
  • By e-mail:
  • Address: Lichtenberglaan 1090, 3800 Sint-Truiden, Belgium

Aerodrome Commander (AC): Jacques de Kroes

Duty Aerodrome Commander (DAC) at Aerodrome Office

  • By telephone: +32(0) 473 97 61 99 or +32(0) 11 58 09 89
  • By e-mail:
  • Location: Tower, DronePort building, Lichtenberglaan 1090, 3800 Sint-Truiden, Belgium

Aircraft Scheltering – Hangaring: Jacques de Kroes

Aerodrome Information

Location: Lichtenberglaan – Sint-Truiden – Belgium

Airfield Reference Point: 50.47.31N – 005.12.06E

Airfield elevation: 246 ft / 76 m

Indoor Test Zones: see UAS Operating Areas

Outdoor Test Zones: see UAS Operating Areas

Opening Hours

Normal opening hours: from 1000LT till 1800LT (or SS whichever is first).

Extended opening hours: earlier opening (as from 0700LT) or later closing (until 2200LT) is possible with PPR 24HRS.

ADO administration: 1000LT till 1800LT (or SS whichever is first).

UAS Requests to be introduced:


UAS Operating Areas

Indoor: Hangar 27 – the Cage

Outdoor: EBR 61 – EBR 62 – EBR 63 – EBR 64 – EBR 66 – EBR 72 – EBR 73 – AD Geozone

More details about these areas

UAS activities requiring prior DronePort Geozone manager approval:

  • All outdoor activities for reservation and flying authorization;
  • Indoor activities for reservation only.

UAS Operator prerequisites:

  • Familiar with the contents of the EU Regulations 2019/947 and 2019/945;
  • If applicable, disposing of BCAA required admissions, certificates and/or licences;
  • Before starting outdoor flying activities: mandatory briefing (by best means).
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