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Revision: 201120 Effective: 16 MAY 11 Manual: EAG Customer Office K2 Manual Code: K2 Created: 18 MAY 11 15:47:57

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Contents
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ICAO recommended airport equipment Approach lighting system U.S. standard approach lighting system VASIS / PAPI / PLASI Runway lights and threshold lights Taxiway lights Runway markings Holding positions Location, direction and destination signs Visual docking guidance systems

Contents Introduction Navtech aerochart introduction Common for Navtech charts Different chart types AERODROME Communication area Aerodrome data area Chart area Runway and lighting table Take off minima GROUND Description Symbols on GROUND charts GENERAL Description AREA Description RADAR Minimum Altitudes Description SID / DEPARTURE / STAR / ARRIVAL Description Symbols on SID/DEPARTURE/STAR/ARRIVAL charts Instrument Approach Chart (IAC) Description Chart designator Communication area Approach information area Plan view Profile view DME / Time versus altitude tables Minima area Additional minima pages Additional landing minima Radar procedures JAR OPS Aerodrome Operating Minima (AOM) Landing minima Take off minima Open EU OPS Subpart E - Aerodrome Operating Minima General Landing minima Failed or downgraded equipment
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Failed or downgraded equipment acc JAR OPS standard Failed or downgraded equipment acc EU OPS standard Failed or downgraded equipment acc USA standard

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Manual contents

INTRODUCTION

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Navtech aerochart introduction


This LEGEND section is intended for interpretation of chart symbology and understanding of how the Navtech aerochart manual is built-up. The manual contains general ight regulations and the route and aerodrome information needed for IFR operations. The content is based on ofcial documentation obtained from aviation authorities (AIP, supplements, NOTAM etc) as well as rules and regulaions from ICAO and Civil Aviation Authorities. Editions Several editions of the manual are available, some covering a specic geographic area and some customized for a specic operator. Note that some chapters are not included in all manuals. Revisions The revision number is the same as the week number in the ISO Calendar. Remember to always enter manual holders signature on the record of revision page when inserting a new revision. Revision Information Bulletin A Revision Information Bulletin is issued when necessary to highlight enhancements of new symbology, or to explain other manual related matters. Date of pages To identify the validity of manual pages, all pages have a production date. In addition a with effect date is also printed when applicable. Chart BULLETINS Each manual contains BULLETINS corresponding to the geographical area of the manual. The manual BULLETINS normally contains permanent changes to the manual. In addition, some temporary information will be included. The manual BULLETINS shall be carefully studied in order to have an updated manual.

Common for Navtech aerocharts


Information outside chart frame Following information is given outside the chart frame: 1 Chart number and production date. Chart number is a combination of a serial number and a page number (see Chart numbering). Effective date, when applicable. Chart designator. Country, city, aerodrome name and ICAO/IATA codes. 5 6 7 8 9 Changes made in the chart since last issue. Reverse side blank (when back page is empty). Copyright and administrative code. Procedure design criteria. On IACs only. Tab with page number (right side on front page and left side on back page).

The manual is divided into sections, separated by deviders as follows: BULLETINS GENERAL ABBREVIATIONS LEGENDS AERODROME INFORMATION (ADI) RULES AND REGULATIONS COMMUNICATIONS METEOROLOGY NAVIGATIONAL PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL / COMPANY INFORMATION GROSS WEIGHT CHART (GWC) ROUTE BRIEFING EMERGENCY SECURITY AERODROME CHARTS * AERODROME GROUND GENERAL AREA / RADAR SID / DEPARTURE STAR / ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART (IAC)

2 3 4

2 3

1
50 - 5 30 SEP 06

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 11

WEF 10 OCT 06

Saab LINKOPING

4 Sweden - ESSL / LPI

RADAR PROCEDURES JAR OPS MINIMA EN ROUTE CHART (ENC)

Times given in the manual

Occasionally local times are used, and then time values are followed by the abbreviation LT.
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Hours of operation, service hours etc. are indicated in UTC. To obtain correct hours of operations during daylight saving time periods, adjust time given in UTC by -1hr.

*The AERODROME CHARTS section is arranged countrywise in alphabetical order. Within each country the aerodromes are arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the associated city.

PANS OPS

ADDITIONAL LANDING MINIMA

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Communication functions and frequencies All charts (except GENERAL) shows relevant functions and frequencies, applicable to the respective type of chart. Placement is always at the top of the chart, inside the frame. Callsign for the function in front of the function. When next function in sequense (the function to the right) has the same callsign, the callsign is omitted. A (D) after a function indicates that datalink is available for that function.

Charts are numbered with a combination of a serial number and a page number. The serial number defines different types of charts as follows: Serial number 4 5 10 20 30 40 50 51 VISUAL AERODROME BRIEFING CARD AERODROME, GROUND and GENERAL AREA and RADAR SID and DEPARTURE STAR and ARRIVAL Instrument Approach Charts (IAC) Additional Landing Minima and Radar Procedures Chart type

GROUND Overview
Dusseldorf DLV 121.775 118.3 GND 121.9 North 118.3 South TWR 118.3

10 - 4 17 MAY 06 Langen RAD 133.775 128.55 ATIS (D) 123.775 115.15

DUSSELDORF

Germany - EDDL / DUS

50 - 4 10 OCT 06

Austria - LOWW / VIE

ILS RWY 11
Wien APP RAD DIR TWR GND ATIS (D)

Schwechat WIEN
119.8 119.4 121.2 123.8 121.6 122.95 113.0 112.2 115.5

The serial number is followed by an individual page number, where an odd number is front page and an even number is back page. Occasionally the page number can be extended by one figure, in order to place a new chart in to an existing chart series.

30 - 1 21 SEP 06 30 - 2 21 SEP 06 30 - 2 - 1 21 SEP 06 30 - 2 - 2 21 SEP 06

128.2 129.05 124.55 132.475

Emergency frequency 121.5 Normally not shown. Only shown when it is the only frequency available. Scale All charts are drawn to scale as far as possible. When a chart is not drawn to scale this is indicated below the frequency area. When part of a chart is not drawn to scale this is marked with a dashed line.

50 - 1

Chart number is also presented in a tab along the right (front page) or left (back page) side of the chart.

TL 40 AD Elev 232 Chart not to scale


Scale distorted

30 - 2

Temporary charts When temporary procedures or other temporary conditions require a chart issue, limited in time, the following applies: The letter T is added after the page number. The chart designator is extended with the suffix TEMPO. The right edge of a front page and left edge of a back page have grey stripes. When applicable, a text box with data about the temporary conditions is added, inside the chart frame.

When a singel track is not to scale this is indicated with a distortion symbol.

ILS Y RWY 36 TEMPO

50 - 1T 21 SEP 06

Geographical north
Austria - LOWW / VIE

Schwechat WIEN

Usually charts are oriented towards geographic north. When this is not possible, or when not suitable for other reasons, the direction of geographical north is shown. Restricted areas On IACs all restricted areas are shown (coloured red). On SIDs, STARs and AREA charts areas penetrated by routes will be shown (coloured black). On other charts restricted areas are omitted. Inside or close by the restricted area following information will be given: Designator - Name of area - Vertical limit - Activity hours - Additional info.

TEMPO PROCEDURE Valid until 05 FEB 08

D123 Danger 1200 08-24

P805 Tortillas FL120

Presentation
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All tracks are magnetic tracks unless otherwise specified (e.g. when heading the prefix HDG is used and when true track the suffix T is used). Hours of operation and service hours are shown in UTC. Distances normally in nautical miles. Shorter distances (e.g. runway dimensions, taxiway width) in metres and feet. Distances used for minima: see under MINIMA. Elevations and altitudes in feet/MSL.

FIR, TMA and political borders FIR boundary symbol with ICAO 4 letter code.

Tallin FIR EETT Riga FIR EVRR Malmo TMA (C) FL95 4500

TMA boundary symbol with TMA name, airspace class and upper/lower limits. Political border symbol with country name. Change: Editorial

Sweden Norway

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CHART TYPES

Different chart types


Following chart types in this order are used to depict an aerodrome and its procedures:

Serial number

Chart type AERODROME

Brief description contains information on the runway system and ground manouvering areas, lighting facilities and take off minima. comprises details of parking stands, taxiway system, traffic blocks, intersection take off positions etc. which cannot be shown on the AERODROME chart. contains information on local regulations for the aerodrome, such as noise abatement, preferential runway system, taxi restrictions etc. depicting inbound-, outbound- and/or transit routes not covered in Enroute Charts (ENC). shows official radar minimum altitudes within specific areas. describes official SIDs or outbound routes in graphic and textual form. describes official STARs or inbound routes in graphic form, normally without text description. describes official instrument approach procedures in graphic form. is used when the space on IACs is not sufficient. is used to depict PAR and/or SRA minima without a specific procedure description (no drawn procedure).

10

GROUND

GENERAL

20

AREA RADAR

30 40 50

SID or DEPARTURE STAR or ARRIVAL Instrument Approach Charts (IAC) Additional Landing Minima Radar Procedures

51

Not all aerodromes have all chart types but the chart types AERODROME and IAC are always issued for an aerodrome. Other chart types are issued as applicable (e.g. when there are no official departure or outbound procedures, no SID or DEPARTURE will be issued).

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AERODROME

AERODROME
The chart is divided in to five different areas of information: x x x x x Communication area Aerodrome data area Chart area Runway and Lighting table Take off minima area

Chart area
The chart area shows an overview of the aerodrome as a graphic with relevant text. Symbols used as follows:

E006 44

E006 45

E006 46

E006 47 1

207
2E

RWY RWY RWY RWY

THR Coordinates 05L N51 17.1 E006 45.1 23R N51 17.8 E006 46.6 05R N51 16.9 E006 45.3 ELEV 124 23L N51 17.7 E006 47.0
7

E006 48 N51 18

R 23 33

EMAS

L 23 33

Communication area
The communication area shows relevant functions, and their frequencies, most likely to be used when operating on the ground. 7

6 17

194 16 Fire station


375m/1230ft
E3

5m x4 7ft 00 14 27 58x 88
F

13
A

ELEV 138

VOR/DME GOL
ELEV 116
G

Dusseldorf DLV 121.775 118.3

GND 121.9 North 118.3 South

TWR 118.3

Langen RAD 133.775 128.55

ATIS (D) 123.775 115.15

m 45 ft 0x 47 00 2x1 3 4 98
B

HS

By-pass area avbl with ATC permission. Intersection TORA

12

11

18

L 05 53

m 75 6ft 24
C

15

RWY 05L E3 2000m / 6561ft

Aerodrome data area


The aerodrome data area shows aerodrome elevation, reference point coordinates, rescue and fire fighting category and aerodrome operating hours.

ELEV 121

Fire station TWR 430 14 412 8

381
8

N51 17

R 05 53

AD Elev 147 ARP: N51 16.9 E006 45.4

RFF: CAT 9

AD HR: H24

214
2 1
10

0
2

500 2000

1000m 4000ft

1 Geographical coordinates 2 Scale bar 3 Magnetic variation 4 Built up area 5 Water area 6 Bridge
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10 Noise measuring point 11 Transmissiometer with or without designator 12 Anemometer 13 Aerodrome reference point 14 Control tower 15 Buildings 16 Fire station 17 Radio aid 18 Runway designator and runway magnetic direction (QFU)

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19 Different runway symbols:


E006 44

24

E006 45

E006 46

E006 47

207
2E

RWY RWY RWY RWY

THR Coordinates 05L N51 17.1 E006 45.1 23R N51 17.8 E006 46.6 05R N51 16.9 E006 45.3 ELEV 124 23L N51 17.7 E006 47.0
22

26

E006 48 N51 18

Paved runway intended for take off and landing Unpaved runway

R 23 33
33

35
EMAS

Emergency runway marked with Emergency Non operational runway (may be used for taxiing) Closed runway or runway under construction
ELEV 138
A

Emergency
10/28

L 23 33

194 Fire station


375m/1230ft

5m x4 7ft 00 14 27 58x 88
F

VOR/DME GOL
23 29
ELEV 116

25

E3

19 45m ft x 7 00 4
30 42x 98
B

34

Grooved runway Runway with centreline lights Runway with centreline and touch down zone lights

HS

31

By-pass area avbl with ATC permission.

m 75 6ft 24

30

31

20

21 28
C

25 Intersection TORA RWY 05L E3 2000m / 6561ft

L 05 53

26 Different approach light symbols: Code letter A ICAO standard CAT 2/3 (Calvert CAT 2/3). Length 900m. Code letter B ICAO standard CAT 2/3 (CAT 2/3 Alpa Ata). Length 900m. Includes EFAS. Code letter C ICAO standard CAT 1 (Calvert CAT 1). Length 900m. Code letter D ICAO standard CAT 1 (Barette centre line). Length 900m. Includes EFAS. Code letter E Single row with or without cross bars. Length 900m. Code letter F Parallel row with or without crossbars. Length 900m. Code letter G ALSF-2. Length 730m. Includes EFAS. Code letter H ALSF-1 and SALS / SALSF (inner part of ALSF-1). Length 730/475m. Includes EFAS. Code letter I SSALR and MALSR (same as SSALR with medium intensity). Length 730m. Includes RAIL. Code letter K MALS / MALSF / SSALS / SSALF. Length 430m. Includes RAIL. Code letter L ODALS. Length 460m. Includes EFAS. 31 Different holding position symbols:
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ELEV 121

Fire station
32

27

TWR 430 412

381

N51 17

R 05 53

214
2 1 0 0
19 Runway symbol with runway physical length and width (also see next page) 20 Stopway symbol with stopway length 29 Runway arresting gear 21 Runway turning pad 22 Displaced threshold 23 Threshold elevation 24 Threshold coordinates 25 Intersection take off position (when not shown on GROUND chart)
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500 2000

1000m 4000ft

27 Circling / Lead in lights 28 Jet-barrier

30 Taxiway (with designator if not shown on GROUND chart) 31 Holding positions (see also next page) 32 Apron area (with designation and/or elevation if not shown on GROUND chart) 33 Temporary closed manouvering area 34 Runway/taxiway incursion (Hot Spot) 35 EMAS (Engineered Materials Arresting System), a bed of lightweight, crushable concrete

Symbol for ICAO type A holding position (normally CAT 1 holding position) Symbol for ICAO type B holding position (normally CAT 2/3 holding position) Symbol for intermediate taxi holding position / reporting point
NEVIS

26 Approach lights (also see next page)

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Runway and lighting table


The runway and lighting table contains following information:

ARCAL (Aircraft Radio Control of Aerodrome Lighting system)


With the ARCAL system the pilot can switch on approach-, runway- and other aerodrome lighting. ARCAL is shown in the note area below the Runway and Lighting table. 6 7 9 1 ARCAL type J Within Canada only.
RWY Slope TORA m/ft 09 +0.2 2800 /9186 27 - 0.2 2800 /9186 1 No EFAS. LDA m/ft 2540 /8333 2800 /9186 ALS H-B 1 H-E RED H H

RWY Slope TORA m/ft 09 +0.2 2800 /9186 27 - 0.2 2800 /9186 1 600m. EFAS.

LDA m/ft 2540 /8333 2800 /9186


8

ALS H-B H-E 1

REDL H H

RCLL 15m 15m

Additional P 3.1 (54) P 3 (50)

To operate all aerodrome lighting for a duration of approximately 15 minutes, key microphone 5 times ARCAL: 122.8 type J (RWY 09/27 5 clicks within 5 sec). within 5 seconds. The timing cycle may be restarted at anytime by repeating the keying sequence.

1 Runway designators in pairs, starting with the lowest runway number. 2 Average runway slope in % with one decimal. A plus indicates uphill and a minus indicates downhill. 3 Take off run available, in metres and feet. 4 Landing distance available, in metres and feet. 5 Approach lights. indicated with highest available light intensity (H, M or L) followed by a code letter. In this example runway 09 is equipped with high intensity approach lights with code letter B, which is ICAO standard CAT 2/3 (Alpa Ata). Runway 27 is equipped with high intensity approach lights with code letter E, which is single row approach lights. The approach light length is reduced to 600 metres, indicated by the note figure. Additionally EFAS is installed, and is denoted here because it is not an integrated part of the approach light. Code letters are described on previous page. 6 Runway edge light availability indicated with its light intensity (H, M or L). When intensity not known the wording avbl is used. 7 Runway centreline light spacing in metres. When spacing is unknown the wording avbl is used. When there are no centreline lights on any runway the column is omitted.

8 Note area. 9 The column Additional contains information on availability of visual aids such as PAPI, VASIS, PLASI etc. In this example runway 09 is equipped with PAPI on the left side of the threshold, with a glide slope angle of 3.1 and a Minimum Eye Height over Threshold (MEHT) of 54 feet (54). If PAPI is installed on right side or both sides of threshold the indication would be P 3.1R or P 3.1L/R respectively. Runway 27 is equipped with PAPI on the left side of the threshold, with a glide slope angle of 3 and a Minimum Eye Height over Threshold of 50 feet (50). The following abbreviations are used for additional visual aids: V AV 3BV 3BAV T AT French V P AP PLI LTS CHI = VASIS = AVASIS = 3-BAR VASIS = 3-BAR AVASIS = T-VASIS = AT-VASIS = French VASIS = PAPI = APAPI = PLASI = LITAS = CHAPI 5

Note: Some systems will indicate when the duration period is over by flashing once, then remaining on for further 2 minutes before extinguishing completely. Other systems offer no indication that the period is ending. The control system may operate H24 or between SS and SR. 2 ARCAL type K Within Canada and USA.
ARCAL: 122.8 type K (RWY 18/36 7 clicks within 5 sec).

To operate all aerodrome lighting for a duration of approximately 15 minutes, key microphone 7 times initially. This will ensure all lights are on maximum intensity. The intensity may be adjusted up or down to one of three settings by keying the microphone: 7 times within 5 seconds for high intensity 5 times within 5 seconds for medium intensity 3 times within 5 seconds for low intensity The timing cycle may be restarted at any time by repeating the initial keying sequence. 3 ARCAL type L
ARCAL: 122.8 type L (RWY 18/36 4 clicks within 4 sec). To operate all aerodrome lighting for a duration of 15 minutes, key microphone as indicated in ARCAL text. The timing cycle may be restarted by repeating the initial keying sequence.

ARCAL type N Within Norway. To activate the system

ARCAL: 122.8 type N (RWY 01/19 Transmit for minimum 5 sec).

- select the appropriate VHF-frequency for the AFIS-unit - press the transmitter button for minimum 5 seconds. The lights will then be switched on and remain lit for 26 minutes. ARCAL type PAL Within Australia only. Activation on DEP: Before taxi Activation on ARR: Within 15nm of aerodrome 1. Transmitted pulse must be between 1 and 5 seconds. 2. 3 pulses must be transmitted within 25 seconds. Ensure that the 3rd pulse is transmitted before the 25th second. 3. Break between transmissions can be more or less than 1 second (no limit). Lights will remain illuminated for 30-60 minutes. The wind indicator light will flash continuosly during the last 10 minutes to warn users that lights are about to extinguish. To maintain continuity of lighting, repeat activation sequence.

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TAKE OFF MINIMA

Take off minima


The take off minma area is situated below the runway and lighting table. Take off minima is presented in a tabular form with three main columns: Runways, Facilities and take off minima for the respective aircraft categories. The take off minima are based on EU OPS regulations and this is indicated in the heading above the table. For FAA approved carriers TERPS regulations applies. When EU OPS (or TERPS) regulations are not applicable the wording STATE is indicated in the heading above the table. Abbreviations used in take off minima column are: m for metres, km for kilometes, ft for feet and sm for statute miles Below is an example of take off minima based on EU OPS regulations:

Below is an example of take off minima based on STATE information (when EU OPS/TERPS is not applicable). The example also shows how alternate minima is depicted (when take off alternate is required by the authority concerned):

STATE RWY 05L/R a 05L/R 23L/R TKOF direction. Facilities HREDL NIL

TAKE-OFF MINIMA
CEIL/VIS

2 ENG 3 - 4 ENG 0ft / sm 500ft / 1sm 700ft / 1sm 0ft / sm 500ft / 1sm

a Scheduled Air Carriers: TKOF ALTN required. Pilot to report VIS of at least 7 HREDLs in the

EU OPS RWY
2

TAKE-OFF MINIMA A B C 4 75m 125m 150m 200m 250m 400m 500m


RVR

01R/19L

All

Facilities 3 HRCLL + HREDL + Multiple RVR + HUD Ap.O LVTO Ap.O LVTO HRCLL + HREDL + Multiple RVR LVTO RCLL + REDL + Multiple RVR LVTO RCLL + REDL LVTO RCL (day only) or RCL + REDL RCL (day only) or RCL + REDL NIL (day only)

D 75m 150m 200m 250m 300m 400m 500m

PLANNING MINIMA - ALTERNATE 600ft / 2sm Non precision: 1000ft / 3sm

Precision:

7 Take off minima with both Ceiling and Visibility requirement. 8 Planning minima as alternate is shown below the take off minima table. For smaller airports the back page of an AERODROME chart may contain GENERAL information (when no GENERAL chart is issued) under the heading GENERAL INFORMATION. Also GROUND information may be depicted on the back page, using the same symbols as described in chapter GROUND.

1 Heading with indication of minima criteria (EU OPS, TERPS or STATE). 2 Runway column. All means all runways. 3 Facility column. States what type of facilities must be available to use the particular minima. Abbreviations used: HUD NIL HRCLL HREDL = Head up display = No facility required = High intensity runway centre line lights = High intensity runway edge lights RCL RCLL REDL RVR = Runway centre line = Runway centre line lights = Runway edge lights = Runway visual range

The abbreviation LVTO indicates that Low Visibility Procedures for take off must be in force in order to use the minima. The abbreviation Ap.O indicates that the particular minima is applicable for approved operators only. 4 Aircraft categories. RVR above the minima indicates that minima is corresponding to RVR values.

Below is an example of take off minima based on TERPS regulations:

TERPS RWY

TAKE OFF MINIMA


Facilities HREDL + RCLL + 2RVR RCLL or HREDL + RCL + 2RVR HREDL or RCLL or RCL + 2RVR
5

All a
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1600ft / sm HREDL or RCLL or RCL Standard 5000ft / 1sm 2400ft / sm a 32L left turn: MNM climb 3.9% (240ft/min) to 1800. If unable CEIL/VIS 10000ft / 3sm applies.
5 Additional information concerning the take off is stated below the table with a note figure. 6 In this example the minima is a combination of RVR and Visibility values. Change: LVTO

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GROUND
This chart type comprises important details of parking stands, taxiway system, traffic blocks etc. which cannot be shown on aerodrome chart. Coverage as suitable, and to scale as far as possible. More than one GROUND chart may be issued for an airport (normally larger airports). In these cases the page designator, GROUND, is extended with additional, descriptive text (e.g. Overview, Parking, Domestic terminal, Cargo apron etc.). Below is an example of a GROUND chart and on following page a description of symbols used on the chart.

Symbols on GROUND charts


The communication area shows relevant functions, and their frequencies, used when operating on the ground.

Wien DLV 122.125

GND 121.6

TWR 119.4 121.2 123.8

ATIS DEP (D) 121.725

GROUND
Riga GND 118.8 TWR 118.1 ATIS (D) 121.2

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The symbol for a bridge. Selected only. Helipad symbol. Shown only when required for operational reasons. Buildings. With designation if applicable. Buildings under construction are depicted with a dashed line.

INTL RIGA

10 - 3

Fire station

Z1

Apron 4
ELEV 33

Cargo

E M
49

58

61

Control tower symbol indicated together with the abbreviation TWR.

TWR

TWR

F Apron 3
ELEV 33 41 31 50

Intersection TORA

RWY 36
B C

Fire station. When necessary to clarify, a pointing arrow is used. Runway symbol with runway physical length and width in metres and feet. Runway runup, holding, bypass 09 or turning areas as officially published. At each run- 091 way end a runway designator box is shown, with runway designator and magnetic direction. When the runway is not depicted in its full length the designator boxes are omitted and the runway dimensions are replaced with runway designators.

Fire station

2500m / 8202ft 1980m / 6496ft

3600x45m / 11811x148ft

271

27

32

30

TWR

RWY 18/36

D
9

6 7

4 5

RWY 1 0

/28

Terminal

A runway under construction or a closed runway.


3 1

RWY 09/27
091

J
12
11

09

10

Apron 1
ELEV 33

The symbol for a stopway (no dimensions).

3600x45m / 11811x148ft
271

27

Z3

14

19 20 21

15
16

17 18

C
24

25
26 26A 27 28 29

Apron 2
ELEV 33

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Fire station

Parking position coordinates 1, 3 N56 55.3 E023 58.7 2, 4 N56 55.4 E023 58.7 5, 7, 9 N56 55.3 E023 58.6 6, 8 N56 55.4 E023 58.6 10-12 N56 55.2 E023 58.6 14-17 N56 55.1 E023 58.6 N56 55.0 E023 58.6 18 19-21 N56 55.1 E023 58.7 N56 55.0 E023 58.6 24, 25 26-29 N56 54.9 E023 58.6 30, 31 N56 55.5 E023 58.7 32, 33 N56 55.5 E023 58.6 40-45 N56 55.6 E023 58.7 46-49 N56 55.7 E023 58.7 50 N56 55.5 E023 58.7 51-55 N56 55.6 E023 58.7 56-58 N56 55.7 E023 58.7 61 N56 55.7 E023 58.9

Authorised intersection take off positions. Corresponding to available take off run for each position is given in a floating box on the chart.

J4/W4

Intersection TORA

W3

W2

271

27

RWY 27 W2 2120m / 6955ft W3 1860m / 6102ft J4/W4 1780m / 5840ft

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Taxiways with designators, placed inside or close to the taxiway.

J M7

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T
Taxiway guidelines. Also used to show manoeuvres into relevant stand area. Closed taxiway or taxiway under construction depicted with a dashed line, with designator if applicable.

D2 D1 S TS

Taxi directions:

Arrival Departure

Runway and taxiway block boundary, and designator inside or close to the the corresponding block (scale dependent).

1 B1

2 C1

3 D1

A1
Holding positions. Following symbols are used: ICAO type A, ICAO type B and intermediate taxi holding position.

A2 A1

A3

D4
GOLF

Apron with designators and apron elevations.

Apron II
ELEV 121

ELEV 125

Cargo

D
Parking stand position, with or without parking direction.
15 15

Parking position coordinates in a floating box inside the chart. For airports with numerous parking stands, a separate GROUND chart is produced, with parking position coordinates only, designated GROUND Coordinates.

Parking position coordinates 1-4 5-8 9-12 13-16 N56 17.9 E012 50.7 N56 17.9 E012 50.6 N56 17.3 E012 50.0 N56 17.3 E012 50.2

Temporary closed manouvering areas is covered with this symbol.

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Communication boundary when applicable.

131.4 128.65

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Runway / taxiway incursion (Hot Spot) symbol. With official designator. When no official designator available HS is used as designator.

HS1

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GENERAL
This chart type comprises procedures and information, in textual form, concerning general restrictions such as curfew hours, noise abatement restrictions and other operational limitations for the aerodrome. It also contains information specific to arrival and departure phases, as well as ground movements and parking instructions. GENERAL can extend over more than one page. It can also be combined with a GROUND chart on the same page (for smaller airports and when space permits). When a subject consists of extensive information a separate GENERAL page may be issued. In these cases the page designator, GENERAL, is extended with additional, descriptive text (e.g. Waypoint coordinates, Low visibility procedures, ILS PRM user instruction etc.). Information is compiled under four main headlines: GENERAL, ARRIVAL, DEPARTURE and COMPANY INFORMATION, where COMPANY INFORMATION is a possibility for each individual customer to add company related information. Below is an example of a GENERAL page.

GENERAL
GENERAL
1. 1.1 1.2

10 - 3 21 SEP 06

Schwechat WIEN

Austria - LOWW / WIE

NIGHT FLIGHT RESTRICTION Non-noise certificated ACFT: TKOF and LDG not applicable. Noise certificated ACFT (ICAO Annex 16, Vol. 1, Chapter 2): No TKOF and LDG between 2130-0500. TWY RESTRICTION GAC APN MAX wingspan 24m/79ft. TWY I west of EX14 and EX15, MAX wingspan 52m/171ft. MAX wingspan 60m/197ft for taxiing on taxilane 50 and 60. TAXI Follow-me is available on TWY without RCLL when RVR is 400m or less, and on pilot request. TRANSPONDER ARR ACFT are required to squawk mode S and A until reaching final parking position. ACFT not equipped with mode S shall squawk mode A/C. DEP ACFT are required to squawk mode S and A from the beginning of pushback or starting taxiing. ACFT not equipped with mode S shall squawk mode A/C.

DEPARTURE
1. 1.1 1.2 ATC CLEARANCE Request ATC clearance on TWR 123.8 or data link. At initial contact with TWR state ACFT type. Request ATC clearance before commencing taxiing, between 30 and 10min prior engine start.

2. 2.1 2.2 2.3 3.

4. 4.1

4.2

ARRIVAL
1. CAT II / III APCH In weather above 300/1200 Practise CAT II / III approaches must be requested on first contact with APP. LLZ sensitive area will be protected only if traffic permits. ILS signals may be disturbed by other ACFT. No standby power for visual aids. LANDING Low Drag - Low Power APCH: - Compulsory if weather is above 500ft/2km. - Maintain 250kt (or cruising speed, if lower) 1 below FL100. - Fly in clean configuration as long as possible. Latest 10nm from THR reduce speed 2 to reach 160kt shortly before OM (4nm from THR on RWY 29).

2.

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AUTOLAND Restrictions may apply due to low TCH.

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CUT Monitor CUT 131.7 when on ground.

10 - 3

3.

PARKING Wait for marshaller before entering taxilane for all positions on the main apron except pier parking positions.

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AREA

AREA
An AREA chart is produced to depict inbound-, outbound- and/or transit routes not covered in ENC charts. It will also be produced for clarity, in congested areas, where complete information cannot be shown on ENC chart. Symbols used in AREA charts are, in applicable parts, the same as for SIDs and STARs, and are therefore not described here. Below is an example of an AREA chart.
20 - 1 02 JAN 09

Turkmenistan - UTAV / CRZ

AREA South, West


Turkmenabat RAD 124.2
TWR 120.6

TURKMENABAT
GND 131.7 m STD
2100 1200 FL

TL 40 TA 2280 AD Elev 630 TUTMA POGON

69 40 ft QNH 2280 25nm

m QFE 500

30

10

15

20

10

12

ADMAX MNM FL69 R304/D26.7 LBA


N39 21.8 E063 09.5

SUXAS MNM FL69 R315/D26.7 LBA


N39 25.5 E063 14.1
Sa ma rka nd rkm FI R en UT ab SD at FI R UT AV

ARLIT MNM FL69 R258/ D27.1 LBA


N39 01.6 E063 02.3

Turkmenabat D109.2 LBA


N39 05.4 E063 36.7

Tu

DUTAR VATIM

077 258 85 71 80 0 252

N38 59.0 ORTET E063 02.9 MNM FL69 R219/D27.3 LBA N38 45.3 E063 12.8

UMKAT MNM FL69 R252/D27.1 LBA

RUSEG MNM FL69 R213/D27.3 LBA


N38 43.7 E063 15.4

69 FL ND MA G at T b ena Turkm

EVOVU MNM FL69 R173/D27.4 LBA


N38 38.0 E063 38.4

03

93

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21

85

03

20
290

20 - 1
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5 31
33

4 13

354 37 173

0 14

ARP

23
UTAM Change: New ARKEK

GUMLI

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RADAR

RADAR Minimum Altitudes


A RADAR chart shows official radar vectoring areas including minimum altitude areas. Symbols used in the chart are similar to those used in SIDs and STARs, with following exemptions: 1 2 3 Sector boundaries (defined by radials, bearings, distance and/or coordinates as applicable). Additional distance circles (when advisable for navigational purposes). Sector minimum altitudes.

Note: Applicable nav aids and fixes are for reference only. Below is an example of a RADAR Minimum Altitude chart.

RADAR Minimum Altitudes


Brussels APP Final 127.575 RWY 25L 129.725 RWY 25R

20 - 1 26 SEP 09

Belgium - EBBR / BRU

National
GND 121.7 118.05 121.875
DLV (D) 121.95

BRUSSELS
ATIS(D) ARR 112.05 114.6 117.55 132.475

ARR 118.25 120.1

TWR 118.6 120.775 127.15

110.6 114.9

TL ATC AD Elev 184 BEKEM WOODY


N51 24.3 E004 22.0
nds erla Neth ium Belg

D30

Nicky D117.4 NIK


N51 09.9 E004 11.0

BUB

ELSIK
N51 11.7 E004 59.9

4000
Antwerpen D113.5 ANT
N51 11.4 E004 28.4

FL60

3000

Bruno D110.6 BUN


N51 07.1 E004 50.5

3000
KERKY
N50 55.6 E003 59.6

2000
Brussels D114.6 BUB
N50 54.1 E004 32.3

D20 BU B

D 10

2000

BU B

1800

3000 4000

RODRI
N50 52.6 E003 51.8

Affligem D114.9 AFI


N50 54.5 E004 08.3

2200
NIVOR
N50 41.6 E004 17.5

4500
Flora D112.05 FLO
N50 52.6 E005 08.1

AKOVI
N50 44.8 E003 43.1

3000 FL60

Huldenberg D117.55 HUL


N50 45.0 E004 38.5

Chievres 113.2 CIV


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Be lgi um Fr an ce

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10

15

20nm

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N50 27.2 E004 26.5

20 - 1

N51 25.9 E004 34.8

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SID / STAR

SID / DEPARTURE / STAR / ARRIVAL


The SID chart shows officially published departure routes with designators, intended for aircraft own navigation. The ATC clearance does not include route description, only SID designator. The STAR chart shows officially published arrival routes with designators, intended for aircraft own navigation, normally to a specific termination point. The ATC clearance does not include route description, only STAR designator. STARs are normally depicted without text description. The charts DEPARTURE and ARRIVAL shows officially published departure/arrival routes without designators. The ATC clearance will include route description. When numerous pages are required to describe all SID and/or STAR procedures, an index page is issued, placed as first page in the series.

If space problems occour a note (black ball) figure will be used refering to further information inside the chart frame.

SID RWY 11L/R, 12 RNAV


1

Southwest

GPS or DME/DME

STAR BURKA 1
1

RWY

06/24, 07L/R, 25L/R

Symbols in SID / DEPARTURE / STAR / ARRIVAL charts


The communication area shows relevant functions and their frequencies, most likely to be used when departing from an aerodrome (SID / DEPARTURE) or when approaching an aerodrome (STAR / ARRIVAL).
Wien DLV 122.125 GND 121.6 TWR 119.4 121.2 123.8 APP RAD 128.2 124.55 129.05 132.475 ATIS DEP (D) 121.725

Scale bar A scale bar is shown for all charts drawn to scale. Radio aids and reporting points Radio aid outside of procedure line.

10nm

Wien APP RAD 128.2 124.55 129.05 132.475

DIR 119.8

TWR 119.4 121.2 123.8

GND 121.6

ATIS (D) 122.95 112.2 113.0 115.5

Compulsory reporting point with or without a radio aid. Non compulsory reporting point with or without a radio aid. RNAV fly-by waypoint.

Designators can include procedure runway, name of procedure or direction as appropriate.

RNAV fly-over waypoint. Mileage break. Noise measuring point. Aerodrome symbols Procedure aerodrome.

SID SID RWY 11 SID North, East

STAR RWY 18L/R BABBA 4, GORDON 4 STAR ENYA 3 ARRIVAL Routes

When a procedure is designed to meet RNAV criteria, this is indicated with an RNAV symbol. If an RNAV procedure can be flown by conventional means, the wording Overlay is used.

Aerodrome other than procedure aerodrome.

Beauvechain EBBE

STAR RNAV

GPS or DME/DME BAMBI 2

STAR

RNAV GOLD 5

Procedure lines Procedure line with terminating arrow. Procedure line together with procedure designator. Transition line or ATC route.

SID RNAV

GPS/FMS East

SID RNAV Overlay

BPK 6G

Authority restrictions for the procedure indicated in a floating box, normally in the upper left part of the chart.
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SID RWY 11 RNAV


Procedure approved for RNP5 operations, without specific terminal certification.

Radar vectoring. Radar route. Engine fail procedure (only on Climb Out Procedures [CLP] when required).

12 090

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SID / STAR

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VOR/DME ABC

SID / STAR

Tracks and distances Magnetic track together with a distance box. Distance between two reporting points. Distance between reporting point and mileage break.

Radial without DME distance.

R090

4.5 090

Radial with DME distance.

VOR/DME ABC

R090/D11

Distance between a VOR/DME and a reporting point, and additional distance information to a point on track where a specific rule applies.

VOR/DME CAG

MAX 4000 D9 CAG 12 090


VOR

Alternate presentation when a radial symbol would obscure the chart.

R090/D11 ABC

R180

Distance including a turn is shown when officially given or the nature of the procedure permits a graphic measuring of the distance.

VOR

Radial line with bearing and DME distance, and with navaid ident (when deemed necessary to clarify source). Navaid frequency and ident is shown when aid is outside chart frame (not present in the chart).

ABC D112.7 ABC

R090/D11

270

R090/D11

30 360

Magnetic bearing to an NDB (QDM).

NDB

270
The arrowhead is omitted from the radial line when, in addition to specifying a point, radial also serves as track information.

Distance after take off, when not given by the authorities, are calculated by following criteria. The distance is approximate and calculated from start of take off roll and with a climb gradient based on following assumptions: MAX take off weight Standard temp. 0 - wind Straight ahead climb to 500-600ft QFE obtained 2 nm after start of take off roll. A radius of 2 nm is applied in turn.

19 090 D11 ABC 270 4000 090

R270

VOR ABC

5 22

12

R270

VOR

Altitudes Minimum altitude on a route leg, presented below the leg.

13.4 090 5000 MNM 5000 13.4 090 MAX FL80 At 5000

Holds Holds will be presented with: Inbound and outbound direction MNM holding altitude Time and/or speed if different from applicable standard (PANS OPS / TERPS) Limits like radial or distance and MAX altitude as applicable

270 4000 090 GOGEL D15 NGI


N41 12.3 E026 00.3

Crossing altitude or FL presented in connection to a fix, reporting point, point on track or turning point.

270 26
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4000 090 270 MAX FL170 4000 090


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21.2 090

R010

270 MAX 150kt 4000 090

4 R0

VOR

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MNM 5000 MAX 5000 At 5000

SID / STAR
MNM FL90 MAX FL90

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Nomako 113.0 NOM
N69 42.2 E018 59.8 DME

SID / STAR

Crossing altitudes: Minimum or not below. Maximum or not above. Mandatory or compulsory. Cross between. Different altitudes at a specific point Minimum reception altitude. When altitude issued By ATC. Bust altitude. Note:

Radio navigation boxes

At FL90
DME (or TACAN approved for official use)

Tamtam 114.5 TMM


N11 22.5 E012 45.8

1200-1500 MCA See text


MRA 5000

FL45-50 MCL See text


VOR/DME

Bologna D112.2 BOA


N56 53.8 E011 40.2

MRA FL90
NDB (or locator)

By ATC At 5000 MAX FL90


Waypoints

Stermer 293 STE


N24 22.5 E042 25.4

Bust altitude is the first at or maximum altitude, or initial cleared altitude, where the aircraft may be required to perform level flight.

FAMOK D16 LBE


N56 53.8 E011 40.2

Altitude planning.

GIDEL Expect to cross At 12000 D27 MEA


N41 12.3 W026 00.3

PLUTO MNM 4000 R311/D45 MUS D37 PIG


N58 02.2 W089 25.7

GM122 D9 MHA

360

360

MSA Minimum Sector Altitude (MSA) symbol. Sector altitudes within 25nm, provides an obstacle clearance of 1000ft above highest obstacle/terrain. If ARP is indicated as sector altitude centre aid, MSA is based on aerodrome reference point. Each sector is limited by bearings.

Speed restriction

FAMOK D16 LBE SPEED MAX 230kt below FL100. MAX 210kt after passing SLP. MNM 4000 D9 BOG D24 DEF

090

50

180

20

50 40

180

20 30

Speed restriction symbol, with speed restriction text in a floating box inside the chart.

40

PSO 2 70

090 ARP 270

30

Point on track Point on track, where a specific regulation applies (turn, speed restriction, altitude restriction etc.). Conversion table In countries applying metres, a conversion table will be included. All altitudes presented in the chart are represented in the table.

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m STD 2400 2100 1800 1500 m QFE 700 300

FL 79 69 60 50 ft QNH 3300 1930

m STD 3300 2700 2400 m QFE 900 600 100

FL 109 89 79 ft QNH 4700 3700 2010


IAF Initial approach fix (with specific runway/procedure as applicable). IAF

BASUM D16 LBE


N43 11.3 E036 10.4

IAF

IAF ILS

Sylvia D114.7 SYL


N04 29.7 W006 31.5

Sollenau D115.5 SNU


N47 52.5 E016 17.3

BASUM D16 LBE


N43 11.3 E036 10.4

IAF 27

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Connection to/from ENC charts

WILOX

Murmin D115.7 MIN


WILOX
17

On SID/DEPARTURE: Name, frequency and ident of first aid (when fix, only name) outside chart frame.

On STAR/INBOUND: Name of last aid/fix outside chart frame.

13

Murmin

14

110

ST AR

STA

R1

Text Text presentation on SIDs normally starts with information common for all procedures in the chart, compiled under appopriate headings (e.g. COM, NAP, SPEED, MNM CLIMB GRADIENT etc.).

NOTE: For CONTINUOUS ROUTINGS see page 30-24. COM: CTC Schiphol DEP 119.05 when passing 2000ft. SPEED: MAX 250kt below FL100. ALT RESTRICTION: Climb to FL60
MNM CLIMB GRADIENT: 4% to 1000.

SID
ARNEM 1F

Routeing
Climb on 042 - at 500 turn right (MAX 220kt) - R106 SPL IVLUT - ARNEM. RNAV: Att 500 turn right - EH060 (MAX 220kt) - IVLUT - ARNEM. Climb on 042 - at 500 turn right (MAX 220kt) - 212 - R182 SPY at D29 SPY turn right - R207 PAM - LEKKO. RNAV: Att 500 turn right - EH036 (MAX 220kt) - EH072 - LEKKO. Climb on 042 - at 500 turn right - 187 - at R136 SPL turn left (MAX 220kt) - R142 SPL - at D16 SPL turn right - R165 SPY LOPIK. RNAV: Att 500 turn right - EH061 (MAX 220kt) - OGINA - LOPIK.

Altitudes

IVLUT MNM 3000 ARNEM At FL60


LEKKO At FL60

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LOPIK 1F

LOPIK At FL60

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Text description for each SID in a table, under the common information. Headings for the columns in the table may vary depending on the procedure design. In the example below the column MNM Climb shows minimum climb gradients steeper than standard 3.3% (standard climb gradient 3.3% is normally not shown).
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SID
DAKKE 2C JULIE 2A NOGGE 2A

MNM Climb
5.2% 5.4%

Routeing
Climb on 007 - at D3 AKL turn left to DAKKE Climb on 007 to SNU - BENDA - JULIE Climb on 007 - at D3.5 AKL turn right HDG 218 - 257/R077 G OV - GOV

Altitudes
JULIE MNM 8500 GOV MNM 9000

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IAC

Instrument Approach Chart (IAC)


Instrument approach charts are divided into different areas as shown below.

Chart designator
Chart designator normally consists of main approach aid and runway number.

VOR RWY 16 ILS RWY 19R

Communication area Approach information area When two charts shows similar approaches for the same runway, the designator is extended with a subheading to separates the two procedures.

VOR RWY 23 VOR RWY 23 VOR/DME NDB RWY 27 NDB RWY 13


ACFT A

Plan view

When additional aid is required (such as a DME or a second NDB) this is stated in the minima section.

NDB+DME
ACFT

EU OPS

B C D

700 (456)
1200m

NDB+DME
1020(350)
1000m

EU OPS

B C D

700 (456)
1600m

GS ROD 3

100 540 FAF - MAPt No

1020(350)
1400m

GS ROD 3

100 540 FAF - MAPt No

Profile view Two procedures shown on the same chart.

ILS OR NDB RWY 11

Runway and approach light box

Minima area

RNAV procedures.

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 16

Chart sequence
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Charts are issued in sequence of procedures in the following order: ILS - LOC - Backbeam LOC - VOR - NDB - RNAV - VISUAL The procedures are then published in sequence of runway number, starting with the lowest.

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RNAV procedures with Special Aircraft and Aircrew Authorization Required.

RNAV (RNP) Z RWY 16

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Communication area
The communication area shows relevant functions and their frequencies, most likely to be used in the approach phase.

Plan view
W000 50

4156
19

W000 40
m 10n

W000 30 1

Wien APP RAD 128.2 129.05 124.55 132.475

DIR 119.8

TWR 119.4 121.2 123.8

GND 121.6

ATIS ARR (D) 122.95 113.0 112.2 115.5

3696
3000

875
18

3 2 0n
Swede n Denma rk

12 Warning Terrain rising steeply 8nm West AD.

W000 20

2611 17
4 The approach information area states: 1 Main approach aid 2 Final approach track (FAT) 3 Threshold elevation (or touch down zone elevation, if higher) 4 Aerodrome elevation 5 Transition level 6 Transition altitude Note 1: For displaced threshold the abbreviation DTHR is used. Note 2: In countries using metric altitude values, a hPa value is added after the threshold and aerodrome altitude figures (giving an approximate hPa difference between MSL and THR/AD elevation). 1 2 3 4 5 6
D123 Danger 1200 08-24

200 0

10 00

3W

13

616
P160 UNL

759
PANS OPS

470
8

FLG W
21

15

809
10 14

579

N51 30

20

236

11 22
Nearfield EGYY

VOR/DME 113.0 NOM FAT 204 DTHR Elev 26 AD Elev 22 TL ATC TA 3000

16

ILS/DME 108.5 IOEZ FAT 162 THR Elev 597 20hPa AD Elev 597 20hPa TL 40 TA 2400

7 Farfield
EGXX

m STD 1800 m QFE 900 850 230 100 80

FL 60 ft QNH 4630 4470 2430 2010 1940

23 N51
20

180 360

090 ARP 23

52

21

1 Geographical coordinates. 2 10 nm circle (centered on aerodrome reference point). 3 20 nm circle (when scale is small). 4 Magnetic variaton. 5 Approach procedure aerodrome. 6 Aerodrome within 10 nm from approach procedure aerodrome. 7 Aerodrome outside 10 nm from approach procedure aerodrome. 8 Helicopter landing site (selected only). 9 Built up area.
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14 Lead in or circling lights. 15 Prohibited area with designator and restrictions. 16 Restricted and danger areas with desigators and restrictions. 17 Terrain contour layers shown for aerodromes where terrain rises 1000 ft or more above aerodrome elevation. Figures always refer to mean sea level. 18 Spot height with elevation. 19 Pointing arrow showing the highest obstacle/terrain point. 20 Unlit obstruction. 21 Lit obstruction. If light colour other than red, colour is indicated. If flashing light, FLG and colour is indicated. 22 Conversion table for countries using metric in height/altitude indication. Shows all altitudes in the procedure in metric QFE (or QNH) and feet QNH. 23 Minimum sector altitude within 25 nm, giving a terrain clearance of 1000 ft above terrain and/or obstacles.

10 Water area. 11 Bridge (selected only). 12 Notes with reference to procedure, restrictions etc. 13 Political borders. Change: New print

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Navigation aids in plan view VOR.

Intersections in plan view Intersection symbol (mileage break).

Nomako 113.0 NOM Nomako D113.0 NOM


DME

Intersection with name.

MARON

VOR and DME collocated.

DME (or TACAN approved for official use).

Nomako 113.0 NOM


DME

Intersection defined with DME distance.

D6.4 NOK

D6.4 NOK D11 BLR

LOC DME not calibrated to threshold or touch down zone.

108.5 OEZ

RNAV waypoints

DB147
Fly-by waypoint.
ILS/DME ILS

DB143
Fly-over waypoint.

ILS / LOC.

108.5 OEZ
LOC

109.9 IPD

110.9 IER

Point on track Where a restriction or event occurs (altitude restriction, turning point etc.) without intersection symbol (mileage break).

5000
D11 SNU

NDB or Locator.

Nomako 334 NOM


IAF IAF ILS

R3

15
VOR

Position lines With radial and DME distance. With radial and DME distance from aid outside chart frame.

Indication of initial approach fix (IAF).

Lichtenau 341 LAU

Karnice D117.8 KRN

VOR/DME

R090/D15
JANTO

MARON

R268/D35

The symbol for a nav aid. Markers and localizer Fan marker with name and morse code. Outer marker. Middle marker. Russian middle marker. Inner marker.
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D112.7 ACB

STELLA

Bearing to an NDB (or locator).

NDB

270

MARON

Procedure lines Main procedure line.

Arrival, inbound or transition route.

Radar route. Missed approach procedure line.


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Marker and locator collocated. Localizer symbols: Front beam Backbeam Change: LLZ renamed LOC

Distances Distance on a procedure line mesaured between waypoints, intersections and/or mileage breaks. Distance with one decimal if officially given and distance is less than 30 nm.

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Minimum altitude in plan view

Magnetic track combined with distance box. Magnetic track, no distance box. True track is used in erratic areas of compass reliability (areas of large magnetic variation).

090 079T 040

Altitude restriction preferably in the profile view, but when forced to depict minimum altitudes in plan view following symbols are used. Minimum altitude at an intersection.

5000 4000

DEGOL D11 SNU

Final approach track.

090 090

Minimum altitude as a point on track, defined by a DME distance.

D8 ADA

Holds

Minimum altitude as a point on track, defined by a radial.

5000
R3

270
1 minute.

3500
090 270

15
VOR

2 minutes.

Minimum altitude along a transition route, inbound route or STAR.

4000
090 270
Turning point in a missed approach based on minimum altitude.

270 11 3500

VOR

1500

Missed approach hold.

3500
090
Turning point in a missed approach based on minimum altitude. The altitude in negative print is a bust altitude, indicating that the aircraft should level off and maintain this altitude.

3 210 03 000 0

When missed approach hold falls outside chart frame, it will be shown in a floating box.

Station 321 ST

2500

03

When non standard conditions apply (time, speed or rate of turn) this is indicated.

to B

25nm

MAX 190kt 090 090

199

4000

N RE

199

270 1min 30sec

Terminal arrival altitude (TAA) When officially stated on RNAV approach procedures. TAA consist of three areas defined by the extension of the initial legs and the intermediate segment course. These areas are called the straight-in, left-base and right base.

to nm 25

2600
BOREN IF

KVARN IF

KVARN

2000
289

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MAX FL90

3500
270

IF

289

MANTO

019

2900
25n

to

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Profile view
090 090 3500 270 090
2 minutes

Racetrack: 1 minute Note: When a racetrack and a holding pattern coincide in direction and size, minimum altitude for the holding pattern is indicated.

D14 KES
17 TOMBA 7

D9 KES
1 21

D5 KES

D2 KES
19

KES

9 MAPt D1 after KES

270

3000
2800

203
8

3000
5

039
15
9 8

1800
7

2.7

Climb on 039 to 3000 . Inform ATC.


13

910 MDA
6 5 4 3 2 1 0

270

nm 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

10

12 TCH 51

1 Base turn. 2

Procedure line. ILS glide path symbol and angle. Average approach angle. Outer marker combined with a navigation aid. Navigation aid. Middle marker combined with an intersection (defined by a DME distance). Intersection defined by a DME distance. Final approach fix - FAF (in the lower example, part of a localizer approach). Missed approach point - MAPt (in the lower example, part of a localizer approach).

06

270

4 5

13 Missed approach procedure symbol and missed approach procedure text. Altitudes are mandatory if not otherwise indicated. An altitude in negative print (bust altitude) is the first altitude where the aircraft may be required to perform level flight. 14 Minimum altitude in turn before starting final approach. 15 Minimum altitude over or abeam a facility or fix. Crossing altitude placed before the facility/fix. 16 When space problems occur a pointing arrow will clarify where the minimum altitude is valid. 17 Direct approach from a specific aid. 18 Glide slope intercept. 19 Outbound track. Note: For procedure turn the outbound track from facility or fix to the position where the offset turn commences. 20 MAX flying time: - For procedure turn, from the facility or fix on outbound track to 045 or 080 offset turn begins. - For base turn, from facility or fix on outbound track to the turn onto inbound track. - For racetrack, the outbound time from abeam fix to initiate inbound turn. 21 When Minimum Safe Altitudes are officially shown for non precision approaches, these are shown with shaded blocks in the profile.

075

270
7

Procedure turn:

045

04

22

5
9

090

010

080 / 260

10 Distance bar refering to landing threshold.

090

270

11 Displaced threshold marked with a white space in the runway symbol. 12 Threshold crossing height (TCH).

MAPt MM / D0.8 OEX 9

D0.8 OEX
6 13 16

BRK D6.4 OEX

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TCH 52 12

3000
8 1

19 114 18

1min

20

294

3000

14

860
0 1 2

294
3 4 5 6

2680
15 10
7 8

OEX reads D0 at THR


9 10 11 12 13 14nm

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Additional symbols in profile view ILS and localizer approaches are normally not separated. When a localizer approach is shown as a stand alone procedure, the symbol NO GP is added in the profile view. When two altitudes are shown in a turn onto final approach, the upper altitude indicates minimum altitude before starting the turn.
NO GP

DME / Time versus altitude tables


DME versus altitude table A table that supports CDFA (Continuous Descent, Final Approach) for non precision approaches. Normally shown in minima area but, when space problems occurs, may be moved to plan view within a floating box. The first column shows the DME ident and distances in nautical miles. The second column shows calculated approach angle and the advisory minimum altitudes. No altitude is lower than official minimum altitudes. The last altitude is MDA. If two different approaches with different MDA, both values are shown.
1 DME

3000 2000 3000 2000 720


1

When two procedures are combined into one chart and different minimum altitudes over a facility or fix apply, a note figure is used.

ISE 9.3 8 6 4 4 3 2 1.1

2.9 ALT

3000 2600 1970 1660 1350 1040 720 390


3.1 ALT

DME

LOC: 1100

DME

3000 2000
Visual descent point - VDP ( ).

1.5nm

If MAPt occurs before reaching MDA MApt is shown in the table.

1500
8 7 6 5 4

ISE 11.2 9 7 5 4 3 MAPt 1.3

ML 10.7 8 7 6 4 3 2.1 1.2

3.1 ALT

3500 2630 2300 1970 1310 980 730 410

4000 3300 2660 2020 1700 1380 1060 860


DME

NB

Facility abeam approach procedure.

The DME distance for start of descent (the first distance in the table) might differ from the official distance (as depicted in the profile). Consequently the approach angle might also differ.

D8.1 HBD

D3.4 HBD

HBD

3000
Runway and approach light box 1 2 Available runway landing length and width in metre and feet. Additional visual aid (PAPI, VASIS etc.) including glideslope. Also Minimum eye height over threshold (MEHT) within brackets, if officially stated. Runway symbol. Same symbols as in AERODROME charts. Approach light symbol. Same symbols as in AERODROME charts. Approach light classification according EASA regulations or FAA regulations. When approach lights are shorter than 720 m this is indicated. 1
LDA 2400x45 7874x148ft 2 V 3 (54) 11 10 9 8 7 6

1500
5 4 3

3
2 1 0

HBD 7.8 6 5 4 3 2 0.9

3 ALT

3000 2380 2040 1710 1370 1030 700

3 Time versus altitude table 4


IALS LDA 2400x45 7874x148ft P 3 (50)

3 4 5
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A table that supports CDFA (Continuous Descent, Final Approach) for non precision approaches without DME. Shows advisory altitudes for four different ground speeds (GS) in 20 second intervals (where start of timing is FAF or equal). Also shows time to MDA. If two different approaches with different MDA both time values are shown. If applicable, time to missed approach point (MAPt) is shown in the last row.

610

6
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GS ROD 3 FAF +20s +40s +60s FAF -1370 FAF -1350

100 550 1790 1600 1420 1:03 1:05 FAF - MAPt 1:25

120 660 1750 1530 0:53 0:54 1:13

140 770 1710 1460 0:44 0:46 1:04

160 880 1680 1380 0:39 0:40 0:56

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MINIMA

Minima area
Below is an overview of the minima area and on following pages further explanation of minima.
ACFT A

Aircraft categories Minima are given for aircraft categories A, B, C and D. Helicopter minima will be given on request only.

EU OPS

ILS 240 (211)


800m 250 (221)
800m

LOC 360 (296)


1300m 360 (296)

Circling

B C D

1400m 360 (296) 1600m

1.5km 640 (606) 1.6km 680 (646) 2.4km 1040 (1006) 3.6km

640 (606)

80 450 2550 2400 2260 3:18 14 FAF - MAPt 5:17 GS ROD 3.5 FAF +20s 13 +40s +60s FAF -1350
12

100 540 2500 2330 2150 2:40 4:19

120 640 2470 2250 2040 2:13 3:36

140 750 2430 2180 1930 1:54 3:05

160 850 2400 2110 1820 1:40 2:42

B C D ACFT A

ILS 530 (200)


550m

LOC+DME 800 (471)


1200m 800 (471) 1600m

EU OPS

Minima for aircraft category DL is given if the minima differs from aircraft category D minima.

EU OPS

B C D DL

580 (250)
550m

ACFT A

CAT II ILS+DME LOC+DME Circling


RA 100

DME

10

EU OPS

C D

300m

550m
7

1000m

PS

280(200)

470 (391)
470 (391)
1400m

750 (667)

80 100 120 140 160 12 450 540 640 750 850 FAF - MAPt 5:17 4:19 3:36 3:05 2:42 GS ROD 3
1 Aircraft categories, normally categories A B, C and D. Minima rules. EU OPS (new), TERPS or STATE. STATE indicates that higher minima applies than given by EU OPS (new) / TERPS regulations. JAR OPS indicates that EU OPS (old) minima applies. Procedure types. Each aid in this column must be operational to permit use of the minima. Landing minima for precision approach indicated with DA (and DH within brackets). Landing minima for non-precision approach indicated with MDA (and MDH within brackets). The MDA should be treated as DA, if operating according to the CDFA technique. Landing minima for ILS CAT II approach indicated in feet Radio Height. Runway visual range (RVR) in metres. For circling procedures visibility is given in kilometres. Note 1: In countries where RVR / visibility is reported in feet / statute miles, the values will be given in feet (ft) and statute miles (sm) and shown in italic. Note 2: ILS CAT III minima is published individually for each customer. Change: LLZ renambed LOC

Advisory DME table to support CDFA (Continuous Descent, Final Approach) for non-precision approaches. The table creates a constant rate of descent on a non-precision approach, and AA might be different from the approach profile view. No altitude in the DME table is ever lower than the official minimum altitude. Includes:

Landing minima DA and MDA is given in feet QNH. DH and MDH is given in feet QFE and presented within brackets. Minimum RVR is given in metres and valid for operative approach lights (where approach lights are provided). To correct for downgraded or inoperative equipment see this chapter under subchapter FAILED OR DOWNGRADED EQUIPMENT.
ACFT A

ILS 530 (200)


550m

PS EU OPS
B C D

1.5km 750 (667) 1.6km 850 (767) 2.4km 850 (767) 3.6km

IAA 7.5 7 6 9 5 4 3 2 1.1

3 ALT

11

Procedure types Aid or combination of aids for which the minima listed underneath are valid. All aids included in each separate headline must be operational to permit use of the minima. If climb gradients other than the standard 2.5% is calculated for the missed approach procedure, this will be indicated (example here in the ILS column).
ACFT A ACFT A

2500 2370 2050 1730 1410 1090 770 470

ILS+DME NDB+DME

ILS 3.5% ILS 2.5%

LOC+DME Circling 800 (471)


1200m 800 (471) 1600m

NA

10 - DME station ident and distances (in nm) 11 - Approach angle and altitudes (in ft QNH) For countries where RVR is reported in feet the RVR value is presented in feet and/or statute miles and shown in italic.

ACFT A

ILS 300 (200)


2600ft or sm

LOC+DME 510 (380)

Circling
640 (606)
1sm 1sm

4 5

STATE

B C D

5000ft or 1sm
510 (380) 6000ft or 1sm

640 (606)
1sm 1040 (1006) 2sm

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ACFT A

ILS 440 (436)


550m

LOC+DME Circling 660 (656)


1800m 660 (656) C
1400m C

14 Time from FAF (or equivalent) to MDA. Also time to missed approach point (MAPt) if officially published.

Ceiling required C When ceiling or vertical visibility is required (according to authority regulations) to commence the approach, a ceiling required symbol is shown next to the MDH value. Below the minima the symbol is repeated together with the official ceiling value.

JAROPS EU OPS

B C D

NA

GS ROD 3

80 100 120 140 160 480 600 720 840 950 OM - MAPt 1:21 1:04 0:53 0:45 0:40

1000ft

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Lowest height relative to threshold elevation is 100 ft. The official DH is corrected for elevation or depression in the terrain and presented in the IAC as Radio Height in feet.

ACFT A

CAT II
ACFT RA 105 A

CAT II
RA 105

EU OPS

B C D

300m

EU OPS
ACFT M80

B C D

300m

RA 120 300m

CAT III Application of CAT III minima requires special approval for each operator by their state before the operations are performed. CAT III minima is presented separately for each customer, and the layout may vary depending on customer requirement.

ACFT

CAT IIIB No DH
Lowest

EU OPS

ALL

CAT IIIB CAT IIIA No DH


Lowest
RA 50

EU OPS

A32 757 767

200m
RA 65

200m

Circling Circling minima is presented as MDA in feet (MDH in feet within brackets) and visibility in kilometres to one decimal place. In countries reporting visibility in statute miles, values are shown in statute miles.

ACFT A

Circling
640 (606)
1.5km 1.6km

EU OPS JAROPS

B C D

640 (606) 680 (646) a 1040 (1006) a


3.6km 2.4km

a West of AD

ACFT A

Circling 1020 (1002)


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Additional minima pages


Additional Landing Minima When a space problem occur in an IAC chart, a reference to the Additional Landing Minima page is shown and the minima is moved to this page. The IAC designator identifies the original source of the minima. The page has serial number 51 and will therefore be placed after all IAC charts.

Radar Procedures

Note: Circling see 51-1

A page showing PAR and/or SRA minima without specific procedure description. The page has serial number 51 and will therefore be placed after all IAC charts.

Additional Landing Minima ILS RWY 08 / ILS RWY 26


ACFT A

51 - 1 15 JUN 09

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Radar Procedures
Moscow APP 119.3 APP 1 128.0 APP 3 123.7 APP 2 123.4 APP 4

51 - 1 15 JUN 05

Sheremetyevo MOSCOW
GND 119.0 Terminal 1 121.8 Terminal 2 ATIS 125.125

Russia - UUEE / SVO

Luton LONDON

Sheremetyevo RAD 118.1

TWR 131.5 07L/25R 120.7 07R/25L

Circling
1.5km 1.6km

PAR RWY 07L


GP 3.0 FAT 066 THR Elev 620 23hPa AD Elev 630 TL ATC TA 4000 MNM ALT D3.7 MR 2260, D0.9 MR 1400, D0.8 after MR 840
ACFT A

1000 (447) 1100 (547)

B C D

PAR
600m 850 (227) 600m 860 (237) 600m 870 (247) 600m

1300 (774) 1300 (774)


3.6km

840 (217)

JAROPS EU OPS

2.4km

B C D

Climb on 066 to MNM 1030, at D3.9 D114.6 MR turn left and climb on 045 to MNM 1700, at R057/D6.9 MR turn left to 009 to 642 KN climbing to 3600. - When crossing 1300 contact RAD 118.1.

m QFE 1000 900 500 300 235 200 120 65

ft QNH 4000 3600 2260 1700 1400 1300 1030 840

EU OPS

PAR RWY 07R


GP 3.0 FAT 066 THR Elev 617 22hPa AD Elev 630 TL ATC TA 4000 MNM ALT D3.7 MR 2260, D0.8 MR 1330, D0.8 after MR 840
ACFT A

PAR
600m 850 (233) 600m 860 (243) 600m 870 (253) 650m

850 (224)

B C D

Climb on 066 to MNM 1030, at D3.9 D114.6 MR turn left and climb on 045 to MNM 1700, at R057/D6.9 MR turn left to 009 to 642 KN climbing to 3600 . - When crossing 1300 contact RAD 118.1.

m QFE 1000 900 500 300 215 200 120 65

ft QNH 4000 3600 2260 1700 1330 1300 1030 840

JAROPS EU OPS JAR OPS

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JAR OPS Aerodrome Operating Minima (AOM)


Then minima in JAR OPS 1 Subpart E has been included in EU OPS Subpart E and renamed Appendix 1 (old) to OPS 1.430. After the three year transition period (16 JUL 2011) Appendix 1 (old) will be removed. Aerodrome operating minima according Appendix 1 (old) to OPS 1.430 will be presented on some charts until the three year transition period ends 16 JUL 2011. General An operator shall specify aerodrome operating minima for each departure, destination or alternate aerodrome authorised for the type(s) of aircraft and operations concerned. These minima must take into account any increment to the specified values imposed by the State. The minima for a specific type of aircraft and landing procedure are considered applicable if: The ground equipment shown on the respective chart required for the intended procedure is operative; The aircraft systems required for the type of approach are operative; The required aircraft performance criteria are met; and The crew is qualified accordingly.

The lowest minima to be used by an operator for Non-Precision approaches are:

Table 2a - RVR for Non-Precision approach Full facilities (note 1) RVR metres / Aircraft category MDH-ft 250-299 300-459 450-649 650 and above A 800 900 1000 1200 B 800 1000 1200 1400 C 800 1000 1200 1400 D 1200 1400 1600 1800

Table 2b - RVR for Non-Precision approach Intermediate facilities (note 2) RVR metres / Aircraft category MDH-ft 250-299 300-459 450-649 650 and above A 1000 1200 1400 1500 B 1100 1300 1500 1500 C 1200 1400 1600 1800 D 1400 1600 1800 2000

Landing minima
Non-Precision approach An operator must ensure that system minima for Non-Precision approach procedures which are based upon the use of LLZ, VOR, NDB, SRE and VDF are not lower than the MDH values given below. System minima for Non-Precision approach aids Facility LLZ (ILS without glidepath) SRA (Terminating at nm) SRA (Terminating at 1 nm) SRA (Terminating at 2 nm) VOR VOR + DME NDB VDF Minimum descent height - MDH An operator must ensure that the MDH for a NonPrecision approach is not lower than either: The OCH/OCL for the category of aircraft; The system minima; or State minima if higher. Lowest MDH 250 ft 250 ft 300 ft 350 ft 300 ft 250 ft 300 ft 300 ft Visual reference A pilot may not continue an approach below MDA/ MDH unless at least one of the following visual references for the intended RWY is distinctly visible and identifiable to the pilot: Elements of the approach light system; The threshold; The threshold markings; The threshold lights;
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Table 2c - RVR for Non-Precision approach Basic facilities (note 3) RVR metres / Aircraft category MDH-ft 250-299 300-459 450-649 650 and above A 1200 1300 1500 1500 B 1300 1400 1500 1500 C 1400 1600 1800 2000 D 1600 1800 2000 2000

Table 2d - RVR for Non-Precision approach Nil approach light facilities (note 4) RVR metres / Aircraft category MDH-ft 250-299 300-459 450-649 650 and above A 1500 1500 1500 1500 B 1500 1500 1500 1500 C 1600 1800 2000 2000 D 1800 2000 2000 2000

Notes: (1) Full facilities comprise: runway markings, 720 m or more of high/medium intensity approach lights, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights. Lights must be on. (2) (3) Intermediate facilities comprise: runway markings, 420-719 m of high/medium intensity approach lights, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights. Lights must be on. Basic facilities comprise: runway markings, <420 m of high/medium intensity approach lights, any length of low intensity approach lights, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights. Lights must be on. Nil approach light facilities comprise: runway markings, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights or no lights at all. For night operations at least runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights must be on.

(4)

The previous tables are only applicable to conventional approaches with a nominal descent slope of not greater than 4. Greater descent slopes will usually require that visual glide slope guidance (e.g. PAPI) is also visible at MDH. The MDH mentioned in tables 2a, 2b, 2c and 2d above refers to the initial calculation of MDH. When selecting the associated RVR, there is no need to take into account of a rounding up to the nearest ten feet, which may be done for operational purposes, e.g. conversion to MDA.

The visual glide slope indicator; The touchdown zone or touchdown zone markings; The touchdown zone lights; Runway edge lights; or Other visual references accepted by the authority. Change: Editorial

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Precision approach - CAT I operations A Category I operation is a precision instrument approach and landing using ILS, MLS or PAR with a decision height not lower than 200 ft and with an RVR not less than 550 m. Decision height - DH An operator must ensure that the DH to be used for a CAT I precision approach is not lower than: The minimum DH specied in the AFM, if stated; The minimum height to which the precision approach aid can be used without the required visual references; The OCH/OCL for the category of aircraft; 200 FT; or State minima if higher. Visual reference A pilot may not continue an approach below the CAT I DH unless at least one of the following visual references for the intended runway are distinctly visible and identiable to the pilot. Elements of the approach light system; The threshold; The threshold markings; The threshold lights; The threshold identication lights; The visual glide slope indicator; The touchdown zone or touchdown zone markings; The touchdown zone lights; or

Conversion of MET VIS to RVR The gures in tables 2 and 3 are reported RVR. If RVR not reported, convert MET VIS in accordance with table 4 below. REMARK: An operator must ensure that a MET VIS to RVR conversion is not used for calculating take-off minima, CAT II or CAT III minima or when reported RVR is available. When converting MET VIS to RVR in all other circumstances than in remark above, an operator must ensure that the following table is used: Table 4 - Conversion of VIS to RVR Lighting in operation High int. approach lights and runway edge lights Any other lighting No lighting RVR = Reported MET VIS x Day Night 1.5 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.5 -

Circling The lowest minima to be used by an operator for circling are:

Required RVR The lowest minima to be used by an operator for CAT I operations are: Table 3 - RVR for CAT I approach vs facilities and DH Facilities DH-ft 200 201-250 251-300 301 and above Full (note 1) 550 600 650 800 Interm. (note 2) 700 700 800 900 Basic (note 3) 800 800 900 1000 Nil (note 4) 1000 1000 1200 1200

Table 5 - VIS and MDH for circling vs aircraft Category Aircraft category A MDH-ft Minimum MET VIS-metres 400 1500 B 500 1600 C 600 2400 D 700 3600

Precision approach - CAT II operations A CAT II operation is a precision instrument approach and landing using ILS or MLS with a DH below 200 ft but not lower than 100 ft and with an RVR of not less than 300 m. Decision height - DH An operator must ensure that the decision height for a CAT II operation is not lower than: The minimum DH specied in the AFM, if stated; The minimum height to which the precision approach aid can be used without the required visual references; The OCH/OCL for the category of aircraft; The DH to which the ight crew is authorized to operate; or 100 ft. Visual reference A pilot may not continue an approach below the CAT II DH unless visual references containing a segment of at least 3 consecutive lights being the centre line of the approach lights, or touch down zone lights, or runway centre-line lights, or runway edge lights, or a combination of these is attained and can be maintained. This visual reference must include a lateral element of the ground pattern, i.e. an approach light crossbar or the landing threshold or a barrette of the touch down zone lighting.

Notes: (1) Full facilities comprise: runway markings, 720 m or more of high/medium intensity approach lights, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights. Lights must be on. (2) (3) Intermediate facilities comprise: runway markings, 420-719 m of high/medium intensity approach lights, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights. Lights must be on. Basic facilities comprise: runway markings, <420 m of high/medium intensity approach lights, any length of low intensity approach lights, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights. Lights must be on. Nil approach light facilities comprise: runway markings, runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights or no lights at all. For night operations at least runway edge lights, threshold lights and runway end lights must be on.

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The DH mentioned in table 3 above refers to the initial calculation of DH. When selecting the associated RVR, there is no need to take into account of a rounding up to the nearest ten feet, which may be done for operational purposes, e.g. conversion to DA.

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Table 7 - RVR / VIS for Take Off RVR / VIS -metres (1) Faclities Runway edge lights and runway centre-line lights and multiple RVR information (2) (4) CAT D 350 400 450 Runway edge lights and runway centre-line lights (4) Runway edge lights and/or runway centre-line markings (3) (4) Nil (Day only) Specially approved (5) Aircraft categories A, B, C 150 200 250 500 125 Aircraft category D 200 250 300 500 150

The lowest minima to be used by an operator for CAT II operations are: Table 6 - RVR for CAT II approach vs DH CAT II minima / RVR - metres DH-ft CAT A, B, C 100 - 120 121 - 140 141 and above 300 400 450 Auto-coupled to below DH (note 1) CAT D Conducting autoland 300 400 450

Note (1) The reference to Auto-coupled to below DH in this table means continued use of the automatic ight control system down to a height which is not greater than 80% of the applicable DH. Thus airworthiness requirements may, through minimum engagement height for the automatic ight control system, affect the DH to be applied. Minimum length of approach lights to conduct CAT II operations is 420 m. If touch down zone lights or runway centre-line lights are unserviceable minimum RVR: Night 550 m. Precision approach - CAT III operations Minimum values for CAT III operations will not be given in this chapter, See operators Air Flight Manual for specic details.

Notes: (1) The reported RVR/VIS value representative of the initial part of the take off run can be replaced by pilot assessment. (2) The required RVR value must be achieved for all of the relevant RVR reporting points, except as in note (1) above. (3) For night operations at least runway edge and runway end lights are required. (4) Low VIS Proc must be in force, otherwise minimum 400 m RVR/VIS applies. (5) Low VIS procedures are in force; High intensity runway centre-line lights spaced 15 m or less and hight intensity runway edge lights spaced 60 m or less are in operation; Flight crew members have satisfactory completed training in simulator approved for this procedure; A 90 m visual segment is available from the cockpit at the start of the take off run; and

Take off minima


General Take off minima established by the operator must be expressed as VIS or RVR limits, taking into account all relevant factors for each aerodrome planned to be used and the aircraft characteristics. Where there is a specic need to see and avoid obstacles on departure and/or for a forced landing, additional conditions (e.g. ceiling) must be specied. A take off shall not be commenced unless the weather conditions at the aerodrome of departure are equal to or better than applicable minima for landing at the aerodrome unless a suitable take-off alternate aerodrome is available. When the reported MET VIS is below that required for take off and RVR is not reported, or when no reported MET VIS or RVR is available, a take off may only be commenced if the commander can determine that the RVR/VIS along the take off runway is equal to or better than the required minima. Visual reference The take off minima must be selected to ensure sufcient guidance to control the aircraft in the

event of both a discontinued take off in adversed circumstances and a continued take off after failure of the critical power unit. Required RVR/VIS For multi engine aircraft, whose performance is such that, in the event of a critical power unit failure at any point during take off, the aircraft can either stop or continue the take off to a height of 1500 ft above the aerodrome while clearing obstacles by the required margins, the take off minima established by an operator must be expressed as RVR/VIS values not lower than those given in table 7 below. Low Visibility Take off (LVTO) A take off where the RVR is less than 400 m. An operator must establish procedures and instructions to be used for LVTO.
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The required RVR value has been achieved for all of the RVR reporting points. Take off minima using lateral guidance Subject to the approval of the Authority, an operator using an approved lateral guidance system for take off may reduce the take off minima to an RVR less than 125 m (ACFT CAT A, B, C,) or 150 m (ACFT CAT D) but not less than 75 m provided runway protection and facilities equivalent to CAT III landing operations are available.

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Before commencing a LVTO the commander shall satisfy himself that: The status of the visual and non-visual facilities is sufcient; Appropriate Low Visibility Procedures (LVPs) are in force according to information received from Air Trafc Services.

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Appendix 1 (New) to OPS 1.430 Aerodrome Operating Minima WEF 16JUL08 the Appendix 1 (New) to OPS 1.430 will be introduced. The current JAR OPS Subpart E will be renamed Appendix 1 (Old) to OPS 1.430. After the three year transition period (16JUL11) Appendix 1 (Old) will be removed. There were many factors inuencing a desire to change the AWO rules. Among them where: Harmonisation work with the FAA; Promotion of a safer technique for ying non-precision approaches. In particular the formal introduction of the Stabilised Approach (SAp) and Continuous Descent Final Approach (CDFA) techniques; Clarication of requirements for CAT III; Introduction of Lower than Standard CAT I and Other than Standard CAT II approaches; Introduction of requirements for, and minima associated with, Head Up Display Landing Systems (HUDLS) and Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS); Enhanced requirements for training related to the above. Examples Illustrated below is the symbols for EU OPS ( 1 ), Non CDFA ( 2 ), Other Than Standard CAT II Operations ( 3 ) and Lower than Standard CAT I Operations ( 4 ). NAVTECH Minima policy Aerodrome operating minima according Appendix 1 (New) is presented on Navtech Aerochart IAC from 16JUL08 on an aerodrome per aerodrome rate during the three year transition period. Minima according Appendix 1 (New) will be indicated by EU OPS box (see example below). Minima will be the highest of Appendix 1 (New) vs State published minima. Operator not applying CDFA technique will have to add, for CAT A/B ACFT 200m and for CAT C/D ACFT 400m to published RVR. Exception: Procedures marked with Non CDFA box (see example below) will have the 200m/400m add-on published on IAC. Attention: ILS CAT I procedures with a published RVR lower than 750m to runways without RCLL and RTZL requires an approved HUDLS or AP or FD. If not able to comply with HUDLS or AP or FD requirement lowest permissible RVR is 750m. Take-off minima is not changed in Appendix 1 (New) compared to JAA Aerodrome Operating Minima (AOM). For take-off minima see para. 25.5.

GENERAL An operator shall establish, for each aerodrome planned to be used, aerodrome operating minima that are not lower than the values given in Appendix 1 (Old) or Appendix 1 (New) as applicable. The method of determination of such minima must be acceptable to the Authority. Such minima shall not be lower than any that may be established for such aerodromes by the State in which the aerodrome is located, except when specically approved by that State. The use of HUD, HUDLS or EVS may allow operations with lower visibilities than normally associated with the aerodrome operating minima. States which promulgate aerodrome operating minima may also promulgate regulations for reduced visibility minima associated with the use of HUD or EVS. In establishing the aerodrome operating minima which will apply to any particular operation, an operator must take full account of: The type, performance and handling characteristics of the aeroplane; The composition of the ight crew, their competence and experience; The dimensions and characteristics of the runways which may be selected for use; The adequacy and performance of the available visual and non-visual ground aids; The equipment available on the aeroplane for the purpose of navigation and/or control of the ight path, as appropriate, during the take-off, the approach, the are, the landing, the roll-out and the missed approach; The obstacles in the approach, missed approach and the climb-out areas required for the execution of contingency procedures and necessary clearance; The obstacle clearance altitude/height for the instrument approach procedures; The means to determine and report meteorological conditions; and The ight technique to be used during the nal approach. All approaches shall be own as stabilised approaches (SAp) unless otherwise approved by the authority for a particular approach to a particular runway. All non-precision approaches shall be own using the continuous descent nal approach (CDFA) technique unless otherwise approved by the Authority for a particular approach to particular runway. When calculating the minima in accordance with Appendix 1 (New), the operator shall ensure that the applicable minimum RVR is increased by 200m for CAT A/B aeroplanes and by 400m for CAT C/D aeroplanes for approaches not own using the CDFA technique, providing that the resulting RVR/CMV value does not exceed 5000m. An Authority may exempt an operator from the requirement to increase the RVR when not applying the CDFA technique.

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900m

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3500 2790 2150 1510 1190 870 550 380

P 3 (50)

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LANDING MINIMA
PRECISION APPROACH CAT I OPERATIONS
A CAT I approach is a precision instrument approach and landing using ILS, MLS, GLS (GNSS/GBAS) or PAR with a decision height not lower than 200ft and with an RVR not less than 550m, unless accepted by the Authority. Decision Height (DH): An operator must ensure that the decision height to be used for an approach is not lower than: The minimum height to which the approach aid can be used without the required visual reference; or The OCH for the category of aeroplane; or The published approach procedure decision height where applicable; or 200ft for CAT I approach operations; or The system minima; or The lowest decision height specied in the Aeroplane Flight Manual (AFM) or equivalent document, if stated; whichever is higher.

Determination of RVR/CMV/VIS. If fullling criteria [(c)(1)(i)] apply the following Lower and Upper cut-off limits when deriving RVR/CMV from Table 5: Facility/Conditions ILS, MLS, GLS and PAR RVR/CMV (m) Min Max 1500 Aircraft CAT A B 1500 C 2400 D 2400 According Table 5

APV OPERATIONS
An APV operation is an instrument approach which utilises lateral and vertical guidance, but does not meet the requirements established for precision approach and landing operations, with a DH not lower than 250ft and a RVR of not less than 600m, unless approved by the Authority. Decision Height (DH): An operator must ensure that the decision height to be used for an approach is not lower than: The minimum height to which the approach aid can be used without the required visual reference; or The OCH for the category of aeroplane; or The published approach procedure decision height where applicable; or The system minima; or The lowest decision height specied in the Aeroplane Flight Manual (AFM) or equivalent document, if stated; whichever is higher.

Visual reference: A pilot may not continue an approach below DA/DH unless at least one of the following visual references for the intended runway is distinctly visible and identiable to the pilot: Elements of the approach light system; The threshold; The threshold markings; The threshold lights; The threshold identication lights; The visual glide slope indicator; The touchdown zone or touchdown zone markings; The touchdown zone lights; Runway edge lights; or Other visual references accepted by the Authority.

Visual reference: A pilot may not continue an approach below DA/DH unless at least one of the following visual references for the intended runway is distinctly visible and identiable to the pilot: Elements of the approach light system; The threshold; The threshold markings; The threshold lights; The threshold identication lights; The visual glide slope indicator; The touchdown zone or touchdown zone markings; The touchdown zone lights; Runway edge lights; or

Criteria for establishing RVR/CMV [(c)(1)(i)]. In order to qualify for the lowest allowable values of RVR/CMV detailed in Table 5 the instrument approach shall meet at least the following conditions: Designated prole up to and including 4.5 for ACFT CAT A/B, or 3.77 for ACFT CAT C/D. Unless other approach angles are approved by the Authority. Final approach track is offset not more than 15 for ACFT CAT A/B, or 5 for ACFT CAT C/D.

Other visual references accepted by the Authority.

An RVR of less than 750m as indicated in Table 5 may be used:


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Criteria for establishing RVR/CMV [(c)(1)(i)]. In order to qualify for the lowest allowable values of RVR/CMV detailed in Table 5 the instrument approach shall meet at least the following conditions:
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for operations to runways with FALS, Runway Touchdown Zone Lights (RTZL) and Runway Centreline Lights (RCLL) provided that the DH is not more than 200ft; or for operations to runways without RTZL and RCLL when using an approved HUDLS, or equivalent approved system, or when conducting a coupled approach or ight-director-own approach to a DH equal or greater than 200ft. The ILS must not be promulgated as a restricted facility.

Designated prole up to and including 4.5 for ACFT CAT A/B, or 3.77 for ACFT CAT C/D. Unless other approach angles are approved by the Authority. Final approach track is offset not more than 15 for ACFT CAT A/B, or 5 for ACFT CAT C/D.

An RVR of less than 750m as indicated in Table 5 may be used: For operations to runways with FALS, RZTL and RCLL when using an approved HUD.

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Determination of RVR/CMV/VIS. If fulfilling criteria [(c)(1)(i)] apply the following Lower and Upper cut-off limits when deriving RVR/CMV from Table 5: Facility/Conditions APV RVR/CMV (m) Min Max 1500 Aircraft CAT A B 1500 C 2400 D 2400

Determination of RVR/CMV/VIS. If fulfilling criteria [(c)(1)(ii)] apply the following Lower and Upper cut-off limits when deriving RVR/CMV from Table 5: Facility/Conditions NDB, NDB/DME, VOR, VOR/DME, LOC, LOC/DME, VDF, SRA and RNAV/LNAV RVR/CMV (m) Min Max Aircraft CAT A 750 1500 B 750 1500 C 750 2400 D 750 2400

According Table 5

NON-PRECISION APPROACH OPERATIONS


A Non-Precision Approach (NPA) operation is an instrument approach using any of the facilities described in System Minima Table (Table 3), with a MDH or DH not lower than 250ft and an RVR/CMV of not less than 750m, unless accepted by the Authority. Minimum Descent Height (MDH): An operator must ensure that the minimum descent height for an approach is not lower than: The OCH for the category of ACFT; or The system minima; or The minimum descent height specified in the Aeroplane Flight Manual (AFM) if stated; whichever is higher. NDB, NDB/DME, VOR, VOR/DME, LOC, LOC/DME, VDF, SRA and RNAV/LNAV

If not fulfilling criteria [(c)(1)(ii)] or with a DH or MDH > 1200ft apply the following Lower and Upper cut-off limits when deriving RVR/CMV from Table 5: RVR/CMV (m) Min Max Aircraft CAT A 750 B 750 C 750 D 750

Facility/Conditions

Visual reference: A pilot may not continue an approach below MDA/MDH unless at least one of the following visual references for the intended runway is distinctly visible and identifiable to the pilot: Elements of the approach light system; The threshold; The threshold markings; The threshold lights; The threshold identification lights; The visual glide slope indicator; The touchdown zone or touchdown zone markings; The touchdown zone lights; Runway edge lights; or Other visual references accepted by the Authority. Facility LOC with or without DME SRA (terminating at nm) SRA (terminating at 1 nm) SYSTEM MINIMA

According Table 5 if flown using the CDFA technique, otherwise an add-on of 200/400m applies to the value in Table 5 but not to result in a value exceeding 5000m

Table 3 SYSTEM MINIMA Lowest DH / MDH 250ft 250ft 300ft 350ft 300ft 300ft 250ft 350ft 300ft 350ft

SRA (terminating at 2 nm or more) Criteria for establishing RVR/CMV [(c)(1)(ii)]. In order to qualify for the lowest allowable values of RVR/CMV detailed in Table 5 the instrument approach shall meet at least the following conditions:
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RNAV / LNAV VOR VOR / DME NDB NDB / DME VDF

Instrument approaches flown using the CDFA technique with a nominal vertical profile up to and including 4.5 for ACFT CAT A/B, or 3.77 for ACFT CAT C/D. Unless other approach angles are approved by the Authority where the facilities are NDB, NDB/ DME, VOR, VOR/DME, LOC, LOC/DME, VDF, SRA or RNAV/LNAV, with a final-approach segment of at least 3NM; and final approach track is offset not more than 15 for ACFT CAT A/B, or 5 for ACFT CAT C/D; and If the MAPt determined by timing, the distance from FAF to THR is < 8NM. Change: LLZ renamed LOC

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APPROACH LIGHT SYSTEMS Table 4 OPS Class of Facility Conguration, intensity and length of approach lights ICAO: Presicion Approach CAT I Lighting system, Distance Coded Centreline, Barrette Centreline HIALS > 720m ICAO: Simple Approach Lighting System, Single Source, Barrette HIALS 420 - 719m BALS (Basic Approach Light System) Any other Approach Lighting System HIALS, MIALS or ALS 210 - 419m Any other Approach Lighting System NALS < 210m Or no Approach Lights

RVR / CMV (see Table 9) vs DH /MDH

Table 5 Class of Lighting Facility DH or MDH Feet 200 - 210 211 - 220 221 - 230 231 - 240 241 - 250 251 - 260 261 - 280 281 - 300 301 - 320 321 - 340 341 - 360 361 - 380 381 - 400 401 - 420 421 - 440 441 - 460 461 - 480 481 - 500 501 - 520 521 - 540 541 - 560 561 - 580 581 - 600 601 - 620 621 - 640 641 - 660 661 - 680 681 - 700 701 - 720 721 - 740 741 - 760 761 - 800 801 - 850 851 - 900 901 - 950 951 - 1000 1001 - 1100 1101 - 1200 1201 and above 550 550 550 550 550 600 600 650 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2700 2900 3100 3300 3600 3800 4100 4600 5000 750 800 800 800 800 800 900 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 3000 3000 3200 3400 3600 3900 4100 4400 4900 5000 FALS IALS Metres 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1100 1100 1200 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 3000 3100 3200 3300 3400 3600 3800 4100 4300 4600 5000 5000 1200 1200 1200 1200 1300 1300 1300 1400 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 3000 3100 3200 3300 3400 3500 3600 3800 4000 4300 4500 4900 5000 5000 BALS NALS See paragraph about RVR < 750m

FALS (Full Approach Light System)

IALS (Intermediate Approach Light System)

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CONVERSION OF REPORTED METEOROLOGICAL VISIBILITY TO RVR/CMV An operator must ensure that a meteorological visibility to RVR/CMV conversion is not used for takeoff, for calculating any other required RVR minimum less than 800m, or when reported RVR is available. NOTE: If the RVR is reported as being above the maximum value assessed by the aerodrome operator, e.g. RVR 1500 metres, it is not considered to be a reported value for the purpose of this paragraph. When converting meteorological visibility to RVR in all other circumstances than those mentioned above, an operator must ensure that the following table is used: Table 9 Lighting elements in operation HI approach and runway lighting Any type of lighting installation other than above No lighting RVR / CMV = Reported Met Visibility x Day 1.5 1.0 1.0 Night 2.0 1.5 N/A

Type of facility: An ILS/MLS which supports a Lower than Standard Category I operation must be an unrestricted facility with a straight in course (< 3 offset) and the ILS must be certicated to: Class I/T/1 for operations to a minimum of 450m RVR; or Class II/D/2 for operations to less than 450m RVR.

Single ILS facilities are only acceptable if Level 2 performance is provided.

Required RVR / CMV:

Table 6b Lower than Standard CAT I Minima

DH (feet) FALS 200 - 210 211 - 220 221 - 230 231 - 240 241 - 249 400 450 500 500 550

Class of Lighting Facility IALS 500 550 600 650 700 BALS 600 650 700 750 800 NALS 750 800 900 1000 1100 RVR / CMV (Metres)

SINGLE PILOT OPERATIONS Single pilot Operations. For single pilot operations, an operator must calculate the minimum RVR/Visibility for all approaches in accordance with OPS 1.430 and Appendix 1 (New). An RVR of less than 800 metres as indicated in Table 5 may be used for CAT I approaches provided any of the following is used at least down to the applicable DH: A suitable autopilot, coupled to an ILS or MLS which is not promulgated as restricted; or An approved HUDLS (including, where appropriate, EVS), or equivalent approved system.

NOTE: The visual aids comprise standard runway day markings, approach lighting, runway edge lights, threshold lights, runway end lights and, for operations below 450m, shall include touch-down zone and/or runway centre line lights.

Where RTZL and/or RCLL are not available, the minimum RVR/CMV shall not be less than 600m. An RVR of less than 800 metres as indicated in Table 5 may be used for APV operations to runways with FALS, RTZL and RCLL when using an approved HUDLS, or equivalent approved system, or when conducting a coupled approach to a DH equal to or greater than 250ft.

PRECISION APPROACH - CAT II OPERATIONS


A CAT II operation is a precision instrument approach and landing using ILS or MLS with: A decision height below 200ft but not lower than 100ft; and A RVR of not less than 300m.

LOWER THAN STANDARD CAT I OPERATIONS


Decision Height (DH): An operator must ensure that the decision height to be used for an approach is not lower than:
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Decision Height (DH): An operator must ensure that the decision height is not lower than: The minimum decision height specied in the AFM, if stated; or The minimum height to which the precision approach aid can be used without the required visual reference; or The OCH for the category of aeroplane; or The decision height to which the ight crew is authorised to operate; or 100ft.

The minimum decision height specied in the AFM, if stated; or The minimum height to which the precision approach aid can be used without the required visual reference; or The OCH for the category of aeroplane; or The decision height to which the ight crew is authorised to operate; or 200ft
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Visual reference: A pilot may not continue an approach below decision height unless visual reference containing a segment of at least 3 consecutive lights being the centre line of the approach lights, or touchdown zone lights, or runway centreline lights, or runway edge lights, or a combination of these is attained and can be maintained. This visual reference must include a lateral element of the ground pattern, i.e. an approach lighting crossbar or the landing threshold or a barrette of the touchdown zone lighting unless the operation is conducted utilising an approved HUDLS usable to at least 150ft.

Visual reference: A pilot may not continue an approach below decision height unless visual reference containing a segment of at least 3 consecutive lights being the centre line of the approach lights, or touchdown zone lights, or runway centreline lights, or runway edge lights, or a combination of these is attained and can be maintained. This visual reference must include a lateral element of the ground pattern, i.e. an approach lighting crossbar or the landing threshold or a barrette of the touchdown zone lighting unless the operation is conducted utilising an approved HUDLS usable to touchdown.

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Table 7a CAT II Minima DH (feet) 100 - 120 121 - 140 141 and above Auto-coupled / Approved HUDLS to below DH (Note 1) RVR Aircraft CAT A, B, & C 300 400 450 RVR Aircraft CAT D 300/350 (Note 2) 400 450 100 - 120 121 - 140 141 - 160 161 - 199 DH (feet) FALS CAT A - C 350 400 450 450

Table 7b Other than Standard CAT II Minima Auto-land or Approved HUDLS utilised to touchdown Class of Lighting Facility IALS CAT D 400 450 500 500 CAT A - D RVR (Metres) 450 500 500 550 600 600 600 650 700 700 750 750 BALS CAT A - D NALS CAT A - D See para about RVR < 750m

Note 1: The reference to auto-coupled to below DH/Approved HUDLS in this table means continued use of the automatic ight control system or the HUDLS down to a height of 80% of the DH. Thus airworthiness requirements may, through minimum engagement height for the automatic ight control system, affect the DH to be applied. Note 2: 300m may be used for a CAT D aeroplane conducting an auto-land.

OTHER THAN STANDARD CAT II OPERATIONS


An other than Standard CAT II operation is a precision instrument approach and landing using ILS or MLS which meets the facility requirements as established below with: A decision height below 200ft but not lower than 100ft; and A RVR of not less than 350/400m.

Note: The visual aids required to conduct Other than Standard CAT II operations comprise standard runway day markings and approach and runway lighting (runway edge lights, threshold lights, runway end lights). For operations in RVR of 400m or less, RCLL must be available. To conduct Other than Standard CAT II operations the operator must ensure that appropriate Low Visibility procedures are established and in operation at the intended aerodrome of landing.

Decision Height (DH): An operator must ensure that the decision height is not lower than: The minimum decision height specied in the AFM, if stated; or The minimum height to which the precision approach aid can be used without the required visual reference; or The OCH for the category of aeroplane; or The decision height to which the ight crew is authorised to operate; or 100ft.

PRECISION APPROACH - CAT III OPERATIONS


Minimum values for CAT III operations will not be catered for in this chapter, see Operation Manuals for Company/ACFT specic information.

ENHANCED VISION SYSTEM


A pilot using an enhanced vision system certicated for the purpose of this paragraph and used in accordance with the procedure and limitations of the approved ight manual, may: Continue an approach below DH or MDH to 100ft above the threshold elevation of the runway provided that at least one of the following visual references is displayed and identiable on the enhanced vision system: Elements of the approach lighting; or The runway threshold, identied by at least one of the following: the beginning of the runway landing surface, the threshold lights, the threshold identication lights, and the touchdown zone, identied by at least one of the following: the runway touchdown zone landing surface, the touchdown zone lights, the touchdown zone markings or the runway lights.
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Visual reference: A pilot may not continue an approach below decision height unless visual reference containing a segment of at least 3 consecutive lights being the centre line of the approach lights, or touchdown zone lights, or runway centreline lights, or runway edge lights, or a combination of these is attained and can be maintained. This visual reference must include a lateral element of the ground pattern, i.e. an approach lighting crossbar or the landing threshold or a barrette of the touchdown zone lighting unless the operation is conducted utilising an approved HUDLS usable to touchdown.

Type of facility: An ILS/MLS which supports a other than Standard Category II operation shall be an unrestricted facility with a straight in course (< 3 offset) and the ILS must be certicated to:
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Class I/T/1 for operations to a minimum of 450m RVR and a to a DH of 200ft or more; or Class II/D/2 for operations in RVRs of less than 450m RVR or to DH of less than 200ft.

Paragraph above may only be used for ILS, MLS, PAR, GLS and APV operations with a DH no lower than 200 feet or an approach own using approved vertical ight path guidance to a MDH or DH no lower than 250 feet.

Single ILS facilities are only acceptable if Level 2 performance is provided.

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Reduce the calculated RVR/CMV for approach from the value in column 1 of Table below to the value in column 2: Table 9 Approach utilising EVS - RVR/CMV reduction vs normal RVR/CMV RVR / CMV normally required 550 600 650 700 750 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 2900 3000 3100 3200 3300 3400 3500 3600 3700 3800 3900 4000 4100 4200 4300 4400 4500 4600 4700 4800 4900 5000 Change: New RVR / CMV for approach utilising EVS 350 400 450 450 500 550 600 650 750 800 900 900 1000 1100 1100 1200 1300 1300 1400 1500 1500 1600 1700 1700 1800 1900 1900 2000 2000 2100 2200 2200 2300 2400 2400 2500 2600 2600 2700 2800 2800 2900 3000 3000 3100 3200 3200 3300

A pilot may not continue an approach below 100 feet above runway threshold elevation for the intended runway, unless at least one of the visual references specified below is distinctly visible and identifiable to the pilot without reliance on the enhanced vision system: The lights or markings of the threshold; or The lights or markings of the touchdown zone.

CIRCLING
Minimum Descent Height (MDH): The MDH for circling shall be the higher of: The published circling OCH for the aeroplane category; or The minimum circling height derived from the Table below; or The DH/MDH of the preceding instrument approach procedure.

Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA): The MDA for circling shall be calculated by adding the published aerodrome elevation to the MDH, as determined by the above para.

Visibility: The minimum visibility for circling shall be the higher of: The circling visibility for the aeroplane category, if published; or The minimum visibility derived from table below; or The RVR/CMV derived from Table x for the preceding instrument approach procedure. Table 10 Minimum Visibility and MDH for circling vs aeroplane category. Aircraft CAT A MDH (feet) Minimum meteorlogical visibility (metres) 400 1500 B 500 1600 C 600 2400 D 700 3600

Circling with prescribed tracks is an accepted procedure within the meaning of this paragraph.

VISUAL APPROACH
Visual Approach: An operator shall not use an RVR of less than 800m for a visual approach.

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Failed or downgraded equipment Failed or downgraded equipment acc JAR OPS


Effect on landing minima CAT III B ILS standby transmitter Outer marker Middle marker Touch down zone RVR assesment system Midpoint or Stopend RVR Anemometer for runway in use Ceilometer Approach lights Approach lights except the last 210m Approach lights except the last 420m Standby power for approach lights Whole runway light system Edge lights Centreline lights Centreline lights spacing increased to 30m Touch down zone lights Standby power for runway lights Taxiway light system RVR 300m, day only No effect Not allowed Day only RVR 300m day RVR 550m night No effect RVR 300m day RVR 550m night Not allowed No effect Not allowed for operations with DH > 50ft No effect CAT III A CAT II CAT I No effect Not applicable No effect unless used as MAPt No effect Non-precision

Failed or downgraded equipment acc EU OPS


Failed or downgraded equipment (Note 1) ILS standby transmitter Outer marker Effect on landing minima CAT III B (Note 2) CAT III A CAT II CAT I No effect Not applicable No effect unless used as MAPt No effect Nonprecision

Not allowed

No effect if replaced by published equivalent position

Not allowed

Middle marker Touch down zone RVR assesment system Midpoint or Stopend RVR Anemometer for runway in use Ceilometer Approach lights

No effect May be temporarily replaced with midpoint RVR if approved by the State of the aerodrome. RVR may be reported by human observation No effect No effect if other ground source available No effect Not allowed for operations with DH > 50ft No effect No effect No effect Not allowed Not allowed

No effect if replaced by published equivalent position No effect May be temporarily replaced with midpoint RVR if approved by the State of the airport. RVR may be reported by human observation No effect No effect if other ground source available No effect Not allowed

Minima as for nil facilities Minima as for nil facilities Minima as for intermediate facilities

Minima as for nil facilities

Approach lights except the last 210m Approach lights except the last 420m Standby power for approach lights Whole runway light system Edge lights Centreline lights Centreline lights spacing increased to 30m Touch down zone lights Standby power for runway lights

Not allowed

Minima as for basic facilities

No effect

Minima as for intermediate facilities RVR as for CAT I basic facilities No effect

Not allowed Day only RVR 300m, day only RVR 150m RVR 200m day RVR 300m night RVR 300m day RVR 550m night Not allowed RVR 300m day RVR 550m night

Day - Minima as for nil facilities Night - Not allowed

Day - Minima as for nil facilities Night - Not allowed

No effect

No effect No effect No effect

RVR 150m RVR 200m day RVR 300m night

No effect No effect

Taxiway light system


Note 1: (a) (b) (c) (d) Note 2:

No effect - except delays due to reduced movement rate

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multiple failures of runway lights other than indicated in the table above are not acceptable. deficiencies of approach and runway lights are treated separately. Category II or III operations. A combination of deficiencies in runway lights and RVR assesment equipment is not allowed. failures other than ILS affect RVR only and not DH.

For CAT IIIB operations with no DH, an operator shall ensure that, for aeroplanes authorised to conduct no DH operations with thw lowest RVR limitations, the following applies in addition to the content of the table above: (a) RVR. At least one RVR value must be available at the aerodrome; (b) runway lights (i) no runway edge lights, or no centre lights - Day - RVR 200m; night - not allowed: (ii) no TDZ lights - no restrictions; (iii) no standby power to runway lights - Day - RVR 200m; night - not allowed.

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Inoperative components or visual aids table Landing minimums published on instrument approach procedure charts are based upon full operation of all components and visual aids associated with the particular instrument approach chart being used. Higher minimums are required with inoperative components or visual aids as indicated below. If more than one component is inoperative, each minimum is raised to the highest minimum required by any single component that is inoperative. ILS glide slope inoperative minimums are published on the instrument approach charts as localizer minimums. This table may be amended by notes on the approach chart. Such notes apply only to the particular approach category(ies) as stated. See description of components under LEGEND/ AERODROME.

(1) ILS, MLS and PAR Inoperative Componen or Aid ALSF 1 & 2, MALSR & SSALR (2) ILS with visibility minimum of 1800ft RVR Inoperative Componen or Aid ALSF 1 & 2, MALSR & SSALR TDZL, RCLS RVR Approach Category ABCD ABCD ABCD Increase Visibility To 4000 ft RVR To 2400 ft RVR To 1/2 sm Approach Category ABCD Increase Visibility By 1/4 sm

(3) VOR, VOR/DME, VORTAC, VOR (TAC), VOR/DME (TAC), LOC, LOC/DME, LDA, LDA/ DME, SDF, SDF/DME, RNAV and SRA Inoperative Componen or Aid ALSF 1 & 2, MALSR & SSALR SSALS, MALS & ODALS (4) NDB Inoperative Componen or Aid ALSF 1 & 2, MALSR & SSALR ALSF 1 & 2, MALSR & SSALR SSALS, MALS, ODALS Approach Category C ABD ABC Increase Visibility By 1/2 sm By 1/4 sm By 1/4 sm Approach Category ABCD ABC Increase Visibility By 1/2 sm By 1/4 sm

RVR / Meteorological Visibility Comparable Values The following table shall be used for converting RVR to meteorological visibility when RVR is not reported for the runway of intended operation. RVR in feet (ft) 1600 2000 2400
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Visibility in statute miles (sm) 1/4 3/8 1/2 5/8 7/8 1 1 1/4
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3200 4000 4500 5000 6000

3/4

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ICAO recommended airport equipment


Approach lighting system Aerochart code letter Aerochart Symbol

U.S. standard approach lighting system Used within USA, U.S AFB and countries applying U.S. standard. Standard length is 730m except for systems with code letters K and L. Aerochart code letter Aerochart Symbol

Description

Description

Precision approach CAT II / III lighting system


ALSF-2 Approach Lighting System with Flashing light CAT 2

Precision approach CAT II / III lighting system


ALSF-1 Approach Lighting System with Flashing light CAT 1 SALS Short Approach Light System SSALS Short Simplied Approach Lighting System with Runway alignment indicator MSALR Medium intensity SALR

Precision approach CAT I lighting system (Calvert)


Precision approach CAT I lighting system (Barette centre line)


SSALF SSALS MALSR MALF

Simple approach lighting system. Single row with roll guidance bars. E Simple approach lighting system. Single row without roll guidance bars.
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ODALS OmniDirectional ALS

Simple approach lighting system. Parallel row.

Runway approach End Identication Lights (REIL) REIL consists of a pair of synchronized ashing lights, one on each side of the runway threshold, directed towards the approach area.

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2-bar VASIS / AVASIS The full system comprises twelve units arranged to form two lighted wingbars on each side of the runway and which project white light above the glideslope and red below. 2-bar AVASIS is a system where a reduced number of light units are used for each wingbar either on one or both sides of the runway.

The PAPI system shall consist of a wing bar of four light units. The system is located on the left side of the runway unless impracticable to do so. The APAPI system shall consist of a wing bar of two light units. The system is located on the left side of the runway unless impracticable to do so.

High

Slightly high

On glide path

3-bar VASIS / AVASIS 3-bar VASIS consist of a third additional upper wingbar to a standard VASIS. The light units shall be arranged in such manner that the pilot of an aeroplane may select an approach slope formed by either the lower and middle wingbars, or the middle and upper wingbars. The lower/middle wingbar combination is intended for normal eye-to-wheel height aircrafts (MD80, B737, AB320 etc.) and the middle/upper wingbar combination is intended for high eye-to-wheel height aircrafts (B747, AB340, MD11 etc.). 3-bar AVASIS is a system where a reduced number of light units are used for each wingbar on one or both sides of the runway.

Slightly low

Low

PLASII A system that emits pulsing white and red lights to indicate when the aircraft is too high or too low. A steady white light indicates when on glide path. Pulsating white Steady white

ON GLIDE SLOPE

LOW

Normal eye-to-wheel aircraft

HIGH

HIGH

High eye-to-wheel aircraft

Steady red

Pulsating red

ON GLIDE SLOPE

LOW

Above glide path

On glide path

Slightly below glide path

Below glide path

T-VASIS and AT-VASIS T-VASIS shall consist of twenty light units symmetrically disposed about the runway centreline in the form of two wing bars of four lights each, with bisecting longitudal lines of six lights. AT-VASIS is a T-VASIS installed on one side of the runway only.

Very high
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LOW

LOW

Slightly high
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Low

Very low

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Runway lights and threshold lights

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Runway touchdown zone markings and aiming point markings

Runway designator, threshold and closure markings

Runway designator marking.

Runway designator marking for parallel runways.

Runway threshold marking. The number of stripes in threshold marking shall be in accordance with the runway width as follows:

Runway width 18m 23m 30m 45m 60m

Number of stripes 4 6 8 12 16

Permanent or temporarily displaced threshold.

Temporarily displaced threshold.

Closed markings displayed on a runway or taxiway or portion thereof, which is permanently closed to the use of all aircraft. A closed marking shall be placed at each end of a runway, taxiway or portion thereof.


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Pre-treshold area. When the surface before a threshold is paved and exceeds 60m in length and is not usable for normal use of aircraft, the entire length before the threshold should be marked with a chevron marking (preferably yellow) pointing in the direction of the runway threshold.

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Holding positions Runway taxi-holding position marking type A identifying the last holding position prior to entering the runway. Runway taxi-holding position marking type B identifying CAT I / II / III holding position where a closer to runway non presicion or CAT I taxi-holding position is provided.

Location, direction and destination signs

Location signs are used to identify taxiways and, when nessesary, runways. A location sign consists of the character identifying a runway or taxiway i yellow lettering on black background surrounded by a yellow border.

Taxiway location

Runway location

Type A

Type B

Specic location Direction and destination signs consist of a route or destination label accompanied by an arrow pointing in the appropriate direction. Direction and destination signs are formed by black characters on a yellow background.

Taxiway ending

The diagrams below illustrate typical runway taxi-holding position signs and associated taxiway markings.

Direction sign

Runway destination Inbound destination

The diagrams below exemplies the use of information signs.

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Intermediate taxi-holding position marking is located so as to provide clearance from aircraft passing in front of the holding aircraft.

Signs indicating that entrance to an area is prohibited. Located at both sides of the taxiway leading to the prohibited area, as viewed by the pilot.

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Visual docking guidance systems Azimuth guidance fo nose-in stand (AGNIS) AGNIS provides stand centreline alignment guidance and is normally used in conjunction with either SMB (Side Marker Board), SML (Side Marker Lines) or PAPA (Parallax Aircraft Parking Aid), which provide stopping guidance separately. The system is designed for use from the left pilot position and the unit displays two closely spaced vertical light bars mounted in a box at about ight deck height ahead of the pilot. The light bars display one of the following signals:

Parallax Aircraft Parking Aid (PAPA) PAPA is positioned to the left side of the centreline and provides stopping guidance by employing a black board marked with white vertical lines bearing aeroplane type identication lable in which a horizontal slot has been cut out. A short distance behind the slot is a vertically mounted white uorescent light tube which, when aligned with the required aeroplane type line, indicates the stop point.

Left of centreline turn towards green.

On centreline.

Right of centreline turn towards green.

Side Marker Board (SMB) The aid is positioned to the left of the stand and provides stopping guidance by employing a series of vertically mounted boards bearing aeroplane type indentication lables. The boards are viewed against a contrasting background and as the aeroplane enters the stand, the pilot sees the board faces as green colour -meaning continue aheadand the rear faces as red -indicating too far- appropriate to the aeroplane type. The stop point is abeam the appropriate board viewed end - on with neither the green face nor the red face visible to handling pilot.

Correct stop position for B707.

Aircraft Parking and Information System (APIS) Correct stop position for TU154. APIS is designed for use from the left pilot position and combines both alignment and stopping signals in one visual display, mounted at ight deck height ahead of the pilots. Alphanumeric dot matrix: Aircraft type/series OK STOP - aircraft correctly parked TFAR - aircraft has overrun the stopping position

Side Marker Line (SML) Where the required stop-point is abeam the jetty itself, (it may not be possible to employ SMB), type labelled SML are painted inside the jetty end. The stop point is where the appropriate SML appears to the pilot to be entirely vertical as illustrated.
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STSH -aircraft have stopped short of stopping position ESTP - emergency stop Abort docking if display shows STOP or wrong aircraft type/series. A dot progress matrix that will decrease in length by one row at a time. When aircraft is in the correct stop possition the progress strip will be extinguished. One row is approx. 0.6m. Azimuth guidance element.

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Correct stop position for B727.

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On centreline

Turn left

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Video DOCKing System (VDOCKS) Two pairs of red lights, indicating STOP signal. One pair of green reference lights indicating the notional stop position. Three pairs of yellow progress lights indicating three metres before STOP. Nine pairs of green progress lights providing guidance on the closing rate with notional stop position. Alignment bar and aircraft symbol, providing centreline guidance. RLG visual docking guidance system A video docking system with an aircraft guidance display located at the head of the parking stand. Indication of aircraft type, distance to stop and centreline deviation is given. Pilots should not exceed a speed of 6 kt. 1) System ready. Text display (aircraft type) is ashing. 2) Aircraft recognition. Text panel is steady and distance needle is full length. 3) Aircraft verication and guidance. Display of actual centreline deviation.

Safegate is designed for use from the left pilot position and combines both alignment and stopping guidance in one display. Alphanumeric dot matrix light element indicating: Aircraft type STOP SHORT TOO FAR OK Door number System is ready for use when: - the correct aircraft type is displayed in ashing white. - the bottom pair of green lights is ashing (indicating ready for docking). These two green lights will turn to steady when aircraft enters stand.

A320

A320

A320

10m

4) Reduction of distancem needle starts at approx. 30m from STOP. From approx. 10m distance to STOP a numeric countdown value will appear.

STOP

5) At correct stop position, STOP will appear. If overshooting the stop position, TOO FAR will appear.

Safedock type 1 Alphanumeric matrix display, indicating as apropriate: Aircraft type STOP OK TOO FAR ERROR or ID FAIL Dot progress matrix Turning arrows

1. Docking procedure, A pilot, while taxiing his/her aircraft into a xed gate shall stop the aircraft immediately, if he/she sees that the docking system is not swiched on or is unservicable or when it shows a different aircraft type. 2. Aircraft type indication. - Conrm aircraft type displayed prior to turning into stand. - Discontinue docking when wrong aircraft type is illuminated (aircraft marshaller shall re-check system or marshall aircraft int stand). 3. Centre line guidance. - Look at bottom half of housing and interpret vertical neon lights as shown: Left of centreline steer towards green Aircraft on centreline Right of centreline steer towards green

Safedock type 2 The alphanumeric display will show as in Safedock type 1. A lead in line will be shown when system is ready to use. Azimuth guidance information is given by turning arrows. When aircraft is 12m from stop position, closing rate is given. One row is corresponding to appox. 1.5m. Safedock type 2S and 3
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- Discontinue docking when lights go off (marshaller shall marshall aircraft into stand). 4. Stopping guidance. Look at round incandescent lamps on top half of housing and interpret as shown: Type 1 - STOP - Slow down 4.5m to stop - Ramp clear - Discontinue docking immediately should lights go off (marshaller shall marshall aircraft into stand). Type 2 - STOP - Slow down - Slow down - Slow down - Ramp clear

The alphanumeric display will show as in Safedock type 1. Flashing red arrow shows direction to steer.

Solid yellow arrow will indicate aircraft position from centreline and stop position

5. To avoid overshooting. - When using the RLG system, pilots are to taxi into stand at minimum speed. - On sseing the round incandescent amber lights, slowdown and prepare to stop. - The round incandescent amber and red lights are activated manually by the RLG system operator as the aircraft approaches the stop bar. Pilots should stop aircraft immediately when the red lights come on suddenly or when given the stop sign by the aircraft marshaller. Change: New

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