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A I P RKSI AD 2 - 1

Republic of Korea 29 SEP 2016

AD 2. AERODROMES
RKSI AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

RKSI - SEOUL / Incheon INTL

RKSI AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1 ARP coordinates and site at AD 372745N 1262621E


295 / 2 357 m from THR 33R

2 Direction and distance from city 264, 48.7 km from Seoul City Hall
279, 23.9 km from Incheon City Hall

3 Elevation/Reference temperature 7 m / 29.5 C

4 Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN 21 m

5 Magnetic VAR/Annual change 8 W (2015) / 0.067 increasing

6 Aerodrome Operator, Address, Telephone, Seoul Regional Office of Aviation,


Fax, AFS Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
47, Gonghang-ro 424beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon 22382,
Republic of Korea

Tel : +82-32-740-2261~3, 2192


Fax : +82-32-740-2269, 2189
AFS : RKSIZPZX

7 Types of traffic permitted(IFR/VFR) IFR/VFR

8 Remarks NIL

RKSI AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1 Aerodrome Operator H24

2 Customs and Immigration H24

3 Health and Sanitation H24

4 AIS Briefing Office H24

5 ATS Reporting Office H24

6 MET Briefing Office H24

7 ATS H24

8 Fuelling H24

9 Handling H24

10 Security H24

11 De-icing H24

12 Remarks NIL

Change : Information of MAG VAR and AFS.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 10/16
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 2
Republic of Korea 29 SEP 2016

RKSI AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1 Cargo handling facilities All modern facilities handling weights up to 7 000 kg


2 Fuel/oil types Fuel : Jet A-1
Oil : Turbo Oil 2 380, Jet Oil 254, Castrol 5 000
3 Fuelling facilities/capacity a. Jet A1 available by hydrant refueling on passenger, remote, cargo
apron, at rate of 1 000 gpm. 12 aircraft can be fueled simultaneously,
total amount of storage is 127 187 000 Liters
b. Hydrant refueling is unserviceable on every 4th Monday (1630-1800
UTC) of the month due to scheduled inspection. Tank lorries are
available 24H.
4 De-icing facilities Provide 21 de-icing pads (Refer to Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart)
5 Hangar space for visiting aircraft Not Available
6 Repair facilities for visiting aircraft Minor repairs without hangar
7 Remarks NIL

RKSI AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1 Hotels In Incheon & Seoul city (Transit Hotel at passenger Terminal)


2 Restaurants At AD and in the city
3 Transportation Rail, Buses, Taxis, Rental cars and Ferries
4 Medical facilities a. First aid emergency medical center in airport.
b. Ambulance service available.
c. Hospitals in Incheon city, 20 km away.
5 Bank and Post Office Available at airport
6 Tourist Office Available at airport
7 Remarks a. Main homepage : http://airport.kr
b. Check-in, hotels, restaurants reservation : http://www.cyberairport.kr

RKSI AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1 AD Category for fire fighting AD Category for fire fighting : Category 10


2 Rescue equipment a. 4 ARFF* 17 000 L(2)
vehicles(88): Capacity of water 12 000 L(1)
10 000 L(1)*
2 400 L(2)
Capacity of foam
1 500 L(2)*
8 000 L/min(2)
Foam discharge rate 7 500 L/min(1)
5 500 L/min(1)*
Capacity of dry chemical powder 250 kg(each)*
2.5 kg/s(2)*
Dry chemical powder discharge rate
2.3 kg/s(2)
* 1 vehicle with S-nozzle
b. 2 ARFF* Capacity of water 11 000 L(each)
vehicles(66):
Capacity of foam 1 590 L(each)
Foam discharge rate 7 900 L/min(each)
Capacity of dry chemical powder 250 kg(each)
Dry chemical powder discharge rate 2.3 kg/s(each)

c. 1 ARFF* Capacity of water 6 200 L


vehicles(44): Capacity of foam 750 L
Foam discharge rate 6 500 L/min
Capacity of dry chemical powder 250 kg
Dry chemical powder discharge rate 2.5 kg/s
d. 3 RFF* 4 000 L(2)
vehicles : Capacity of water
3 500 L(1)
600 L(1)
Capacity of foam
400 L(2)
Foam discharge rate 4 000 L/min(each)
Capacity of dry chemical powder 140 kg

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 10/16


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 3
Republic of Korea 24 NOV 2016

2 e. 5 Supplementary water tank trucks : 12 000 L(3), 10 000 L(2)


f. 3 Ambulances
g. 1 Rescue truck
h. 2 Rescue boats
I. 1 Commanding vehicle
j. 1 Lighting vehicle
k. 1 Aircraft Rescue Fire-Fighting Stair vehicle
3 Capability for removal of a. Specialized aircraft recovery equipment(six 30 ton, two 40 ton Pneumatic lifting
disabled aircraft bags and inflation equipment), Four 100 ton hydraulic recovery jacks, one set
of tethering equipment and other accessory equipment available for up to
B747 size aircraft can be provided by IIAC, airlines and agencies.
b. Coordinator : Emergency Management Center (+82-32-741-2961)
4 Remarks *ARFF(Aircraft Rescue and Fire-fighting)

RKSI AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1 Type of clearing equipment a. 11 Towed runway jet sweeper(working width : up to 8.61 m)


b. 28 Compact runway jet sweeper(working width : up to 5.5 m)
c. 6 Snow blower(working width : up to 2.5 m)
d. 4 Liquid material sprayer(working width : up to 24 m)
e. 4 Solid material spreader(working width : up to 5 m)
f. 4 Snow Plow(working width : up to 3.2 m)
2 Clearance priorities a. First
1) RWY 15R/33L, 16/34
2) TWY B, D, N
3) Rapid exit taxiways(B2, B6, N2, N6) and right angle taxiways
(G, L, S, N8)
4) Rapid exit taxiways and right angle taxiways connecting
RWY 16/34 or TWY N
5) Apron taxiways
b. Second
1) RWY 15L/33R
2) TWY A, C, M
3) Rapid exit taxiways and right angle taxiways connecting
RWY 15L/33R or TWY A, C, M
4) Aircraft stand taxilanes
5) Apron taxiways
3 Remarks NIL

RKSI AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS / POSITIONS DATA

1 Designation, Apron(Ramp) surface and a. Apron1 : Concrete PCN 86/R/B/X/T


strength b. Apron2 : Concrete PCN 86/R/B/X/T
c. Apron3 : Concrete PCN 85/R/B/X/T
d. Cargo Apron1 : Concrete PCN 86/R/B/X/T
e. Cargo Apron2 : Concrete PCN 85/R/B/X/T
f. Maintenance Apron : Concrete PCN 86/R/B/X/T
2 Designation, Taxiway width, surface Taxiway width, surface and strength:
and strength
a. Width : 30 m
- Shoulder of TWY A/B/C/D : 15 m (Paved 12 m, Turfed 3 m)
- Shoulder of TWY M/N : 15 m (Paved)
b. Surface : Asphalt, Concrete
c. Strength
TWY A, D : Concrete PCN 86/R/B/X/T
TWY B, C : Asphalt PCN 88/F/B/X/T
TWY M : Concrete PCN 85/R/B/W/T
TWY N : Asphalt PCN 75/F/B/W/T
3 Altimeter check location and elevation Every specified stands (Refer to Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart)

4 VOR check point See AD Chart

5 INS check points INS Checkpoints : Every specified stand


(Refer to Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart)

6 Remarks NIL

Change : Information of clearing equipment and clearance priorities.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 12/16
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 4
Republic of Korea 24 NOV 2016

RKSI AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1 Use of Mode S transponder on the ground

1.1 General This system using Mode S transponder improves the accuracy and the reliability of the ground
movement monitoring system

1.2 ACFT equipped ACFT operators shall ensure that Mode S transponders are able to operate when ACFT is on
with Mode S the ground
transponder

1.2.1 Departing Prior to push-back or taxiing from a parking stand whichever comes first:
ACFT - Enter, using either FMS mode or transponder control unit, the flight identification as specified
in item 7 of the ICAO flight plan(ex.: KAL123, AAR 456) or enter in the absence of flight
identification, the ACFT registration.
- Select XPNDR or its equivalent in relation to specifications on the installed model.
- If function is available, select AUTO mode.
- Do not select Off or SDBY functions.
- Set Mode A code assigned by ATC.
Lining up
- select TA/RA

Arriving ACFT After landing and until the ACFT is stationary at parking stand:
- Maintain XPNDR or its equivalent in relation of specification of the installed model.
- Do not select OFF and SDBY functions.
- Maintain Mode A code assigned by ATC
When ACFT is stationary at the parking stand, select OFF or SDBY.

Other cases of - Select XPNDR or its equivalent in relation to specifications of the installed model.
taxiing ACFT - If function is available, select AUTO mode.
- Do not select the OFF and SDBY function.
- Set Mode A code to 2000

1.3 ACFT not Departing ACFT:


equipped with - Maintain Mode A+C transponder in the ON position until lining up.
Mode S Arriving ACFT:
transponder or - Maintain Mode A+C transponder in the ON position and Mode A code assigned by ATC until
with an parking stand.
unserviceable Other cases of taxiing ACFT:
Mode S - Select A+C transponder in the ON position or its equivalent in relation to specifications of
transponder the installed model.
- Do not select the OFF and SDBY function.
- Set Mode A code to 2000
Fully parked on stand
- Select OFF or SDBY position

2 RWY and A. Runway


TWY marking 1) Lights
and LGT - Edge lights are installed at 60 m intervals on all runways.
- Centerline lights are installed at 15 m intervals on all runways.
2) Markings
Runway Edges, Touchdown Zones, Aiming Points and Center line.
B. Taxiway
1) Lights
- Edge lights are installed at 15 m intervals on all TWY curved areas and 60 m intervals of
markers are in the rest of areas.
- Centerline Lights are installed at 3.757.5 m intervals on all TWY curved areas and 15 m
intervals in the rest of areas.
- Aircraft stand maneuvering guidance lights (SMGL) are installed to facilitate the positioning
of the aircraft at the stand (Passenger Apron and Concourse). The lights to delineate the
lead-in are spaced with not more than 7.5 m intervals in the curves and 15 m intervals on
the straight sections
2) Markings
- TWY & taxilane centerline markings are marked with a yellow solid line on the black base
on all specified taxiways designated as the SMGCS (Surface Movement Guidance &
Control System) taxiway routes.
- Holding position markings are installed on TWY D, G, L, N1, N7, N8 and S for ILS
sensitive area in the form of trapezoid as recommended by ICAO (Annex 14).
- Geographic position markings are located on the TWYs and Apron Areas and are used to
identify the location of taxing aircraft or vehicles during low visibility conditions. In
conjunction with use of ASDE, they provide geographic position of A/C and vehicles if
ASDE is unserviceable.
3) Signs
- ILS Taxi-Holding Position Signs are marked as "CAT II/III"
- Runway holding position lines and Signs are installed on taxiways G, B1, B7 and L,
substitute for the ILS sensitive area taxi-holding position.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 12/16


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 5
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

3 Stop Bars : A. Stop Bar Lights across the taxiway are installed at the runway holding positions, ILS
sensitive area holding positions. Stop Bar Lights on Taxiway A, B, C, D are inserted on
the intersection taxiway and straight taxiway at intervals of 200 m.
Stop Bar Lights on Taxiway M, N are inserted on the intersection taxiway.
B. Stop Bar Lights consist of in-pavement and elevated red unidirectional fixtures and are
installed at 3 m intervals.
C. Stop Bars are controlled by ATC and include a system of in-pavement green taxiway
centerline lights, lead-on/off lights at the locations where aircraft enter or cross a runway.

4 Intermediate A. Intermediate Holding Position Lights consist of in-pavement yellow fixtures installed at the
Holding intermediate holding position in the Apron 2 and 3 area.
Position Lights: B. Intermediate Holding Position Lights are not installed where Stop Bar Lights are installed.

5 A-SMGCS & A. A-SMGCS (Advanced Surface Movement Guidance & Control System)
ASDE: A-SMGCS provides Surveillance, Routing, Guidance and Control Functions to ATC.
Its operations apply automated lighting systems during night time and daylight time under
IFR conditions.
All the movement of aircraft including vehicles are strictly required to obey instructions
issued by ATC with this system during LVP(Low Visibility Procedures) in operation.
B. ASDE (Airport Surface Detection Equipment)
ASDE comply with CAT-IIIb capabilities of identification, monitoring and altering information
to ATC following :
- 360 Radius coverage and ground movement data displaying.
- runway incursion & collisions warnings.
- interfacing capability with ARTS(Automated TerminalRadar System) or A-SMGCS.

6 Remarks NIL

General explanation of PDU(Pilot Display Unit)

1 1. It is the camera to detect the approaching aircraft.


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2. During the docking procedure, it visually represents the guidance information such as aircraft
type and remaining distance.
3 3. It represents the stand centre line. when the camera detects the approaching aircraft, this
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vertical bar is displayed to let the pilot know the correct course.
5 4. It provides the azimuth guidance information to the pilot. when the aircraft deviates from the
stand centre line, this symbol is shown to correct the direction which the arrow symbol points to.
5. It is the symbol of the aircraft.

The VDGS(Visual Docking Guidance System) Docking Procedure

1. The docking preparation


a. After initializing the docking stand designation, the expected aircraft type and the stand
number will be alternatively displayed on the upper LCD of the PDU. At the same time, the
lead-in lights installed along the stand centre line will be switched on.
2. The azimuth guidance information
a. When the aircraft is detected by the camera, azimuth guidance information will be provided
on the lower LCD of the PDU. In case the aircraft deviates from the stand centre line, the
arrow symbol will be displayed.

30M

3. The remaining distance information

a. The remaining distance information will be shown numerically on the upper LCD of the PDU
with the graphical presentation starting from 30 m before the stop point. At the same time,
the aircraft symbol will be shown along the stand centre line displaying on the lower LCD of
the PDU.

b. The remaining distance information will be displayed 30 m to 20 m by 5 m step (30, 25, and
20 m), 20 m to 10 m by 2 m step (20, 18, 16, 14, 12, and 10 m), 10 m to 1 m by 1 m step
(10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 m), and the remaining last 1m will be shown by 0.2 m step
(1, 0.8, 0.6, 0.4, 0.2, and STOP). Some remaining distance information may not be displayed
on the PDU according to the aircraft docking speed.

Change : Amended a call sign(RampApron)


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 6
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

The VDGS(Visual Docking Guidance System) Docking Procedure

4. The STOP information

a. It represents that the pilot should stop his aircraft.


b. If the aircraft overruns more than 2 m, STOP TOO FAR message will be shown on the
upper LCD of the PDU.

5. The ESTOP information


E-STOP
a. The ESTOP (Emergency stop) will be displayed when the aircraft deviates too far from
the stand centre line or the field operator presses the E-STOP button.
b. In case ESTOP message is shown on the PDU, the aircraft should be stopped
immediately.

6. The docking completion information

When the aircraft has reached the stop point within the tolerance, the OK message will be
shown on the upper LCD of the PDU.

7. The ON BLOCK Information.

a. The ONBLK (On block) message and time will be displayed on the PDU right after
changing from STOP to OK message.
b. The On Block time will be transmitted to the FIMS (Flight Information Management
System).

Notice for the use of VDGS


1. VDGS service is provided to both Passenger Terminal stands (total 44) and Concourse stands (total 30). Marshalling
service should be provided for any of the following cases ;
a. When VDGS or ASDE is inoperative.
b. When a Low Visibility Procedure is in operation.
c. When Aircraft types are IL62, IL76, IL96, TU204, B789, B748 and A359.
d. When Aircraft Stand 10, 17 are used.

2. In case the aircraft type and the stand number displaying on the PDU are different from the actual approaching aircraft
type and the actual stand number, the pilot should stop his aircraft immediately and notify the Incheon Apron, and
then follow the marshaller's instruction.

3. If the stand number and aircraft type are still displayed alternately on the PDU until the aircraft approaches to 10 m
prior to the stop point, the pilot should stop his aircraft immediately and notify the Incheon Apron, and then follow the
marshaller's instruction.

4. If the ESTOP message is displayed on the PDU, the pilot should stop his aircraft immediately and notify the Incheon
Apron, and then follow the marshaller's instruction. For any of the following cases, the field operator should press the
emergency stop button.
a. When the aircraft overruns or is expected to go more than 1 m from the stop point.
b. In case the pilot does not stop the aircraft immediately, although the aircraft type and the gate number displayed
on the PDU differ from the actual aircraft type and gate number.
c. In case there is any obstacle interrupting the normal docking procedure around the docking area.

5. In case that the VDGS docking information and the marshaller's instruction are different, the pilot should follow the
marshaller's instruction first.

6. When the aircraft reaches about 10 m prior to the stop point, the pilot should decrease the speed as much as the
aircraft could be stopped immediately until the STOP or ESTOP message is displayed on the PDU.

7. If the aircraft approaches to the stand in excess of the speed limit in Concourse, the SLOW message should be
displayed on the PDU. The pilot should reduce the speed.

Change : Information for the use of VDGS, amended a call sign(RampApron)


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 7
Republic of Korea 13 APR 2017

RKSI AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2

OBST ID/ Markings/


OBST type OBST position ELEV/HGT Remarks
Designation Type, colour
a b c d e f
373203.9N In 33L/R, 15L/R, 16/34
RKSIOB001 Power Transmission Tower #1 428 ft/ Marked/LGTD
1262255.8E APCH/TKOF
373201.8N
RKSIOB002 Power Transmission Tower #2 382 ft/ Marked/LGTD
1262345.5E
373200.4N
RKSIOB003 Power Transmission Tower #3 348 ft/ Marked/LGTD
1262417.0E
373200.1N In 33L/R, 15L/R
RKSIOB004 Power Transmission Tower #4 367 ft/ LGTD
1262422.8E APCH/TKOF
372456.3N
RKSIOB005 Brg. Incheon #1 783 ft/ LGTD
1263345.8E
372442.7N
RKSIOB006 Brg. Incheon #2 783 ft/ LGTD
1263413.5E
373201.6N In 16/34
RKSIOB007 Mt. Guksabong 492 ft/
1262059.2E APCH/TKOF
373212.4N
RKSIOB008 Power Transmission Tower #6 303 ft/
1262447.4E
373148.5N
RKSIOB009 Mt. Sido 349 ft/
1262531.2E
373129.1N
RKSIOB010 Mt. Gubong 615 ft/
1262643.8E
372720.8N
RKSIOB011 Shinbul Antenna #1 251 ft/ Marked/LGTD
1262850.9E
372716.56N In 33L/R, 15L/R circling
RKSIOB012 Shinbul Antenna #2 252 ft/ LGTD area and at AD
1262855.01E
372427.7N
RKSIOB013 Mt. Muuido 406 ft/
1262435.3E
Power Transmission Tower 372503.6N
RKSIOB014 263 ft/ Marked/LGTD
(Jamjindo) 1262454.7E
372556.5N
RKSIOB015 Mt. Oseong #2 236 ft/
1262524.9E
372712.4N
RKSIOB016 Mt. Oseong #8 266 ft/
1262406.5E
372703.2N
RKSIOB017 Mt. Oseong #6 259 ft/
1262443.7E
372800.2N
RKSIOB018 Mt. Wang (Antenna) 598 ft/ LGTD
1262142.2E
372650.0N In 16/34 circling area
RKSIOB019 Transportation Center 170 ft/
1262709.8E and at AD
372936.0N
RKSIOB020 Mt. Baekun 840 ft/
1263057.6E
372240.7N
RKSIOB021 Mt. Horyeonggok 808 ft/
1262518.3E

In Area 3

OBST ID/ OBST ELEV/HG Markings/


OBST type Remarks
Designation position T Type, colour
a b c d e f
372739.4N
RKSIOB001 Control TWR 346 ft/ LGTD
1262625.9E
372723.0N In 33L/R, 15L/R, 16/34
RKSIOB002 Apron TWR #1 227 ft/ LGTD
1262640.4E APCH/TKOF
372759.9N
RKSIOB003 Apron TWR #2 336 ft/ LGTD
1262607.5E

Change : Establishment of RKSIOB003 and Information of Aerodrome OBST.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 4/17
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 8
Republic of Korea 13 APR 2017

RKSI AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1 Associated MET Office Aviation Meteorological Office


TEL : +82-32-740-2800
FAX : +82-32-740-2827
2 Hours of service 24 hours
MET Office outside hours
3 Office responsible for TAF preparation Aviation Meteorological Office
Periods of validity 30 hours at 0000, 0600, 1200, 1800 UTC
4 Trend forecast Trend Type forecast
Interval of issuance 30 minutes (METAR)
5 Briefing/consultation provided Available at the Office for 24 hours, if required.

6 Flight documentation Aerodrome forecasts (TAF code form), SIGWX charts, WINTEM charts,
language(s) used SIGMET information in English
7 Charts and other information Analysis charts (surface and upper air), Prognostic charts, Graphic
available for briefing or consultation displays and other model outputs.
8 Supplementary equipment available Satellite and Terminal Doppler Weather radar imageries,
for providing information Low Level Windshear Alert System
9 ATS units provided with information FIC, TWR, APP and ACC

10 Additional information All observation data, model outputs and forecasts produced by KMA
(limitation of service, etc.) and WAFS are available at the office through Internet link.

RKSI AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

THR coordinates THR elevation and


Designations Dimension of Strength(PCN) and surface of RWY end coordinates highest elevation of TDZ
RWY NR TRUE BRG RWY(m) RWY and SWY THR geoid undulation of precision APP RWY
1 2 3 4 5 6
15L 144.66 3 750 60 88/F/B/X/T Asphalt 372902.20N THR 6.9 m / 22.6 ft
SWY and 300 m RWY ends 1262624.56E TDZ 6.9 m / 22.6 ft
are 86/R/B/X/T Concrete GUND 21.5 m

33R 324.67 3 750 60 88/F/B/X/T Asphalt 372722.97N THR 6.9 m / 22.6 ft


SWY and 300 m RWY ends 1262752.82E TDZ 6.9 m / 22.6 ft
are 86/R/B/X/T Concrete GUND 21.5 m

15R 144.66 3 750 60 88/F/B/X/T Asphalt 372854.44N THR 6.9 m / 22.6 ft


SWY and 300 m RWY ends 1262610.82E TDZ 6.9 m / 22.6 ft
are 86/R/B/X/T Concrete GUND 21.4 m

33L 324.67 3 750 60 88/F/B/X/T Asphalt 372715.21N THR 6.9 m / 22.6 ft


SWY and 300 m RWY ends 1262739.08E TDZ 6.9 m / 22.6 ft
are 86/R/B/X/T Concrete GUND 21.5 m

16 144.66 4 000 60 75/F/B/X/T Asphalt 372822.11N THR 7.0 m / 22.9 ft


SWY and 700 m RWY ends 1262456.06E TDZ 7.0 m / 22.9 ft
are 85/R/B/X/T Concrete GUND 21.3 m

34 324.67 4 000 60 75/F/B/X/T Asphalt 372636.29N THR 7.0 m / 22.9 ft


SWY and 700 m RWY ends 1262630.22E TDZ 7.0 m / 22.9 ft
are 85/R/B/X/T Concrete GUND 21.5 m

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 4/17


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 9
Republic of Korea 19 JAN 2017

7. Slope of RWY-SWY

Location &
SWY CWY RESA description of
dimensions(m) dimensions(m) Strip dimensions(m) dimensions(m) arresting system OFZ Remarks
8 9 10 11 12 13 14

120 60 300 150 4 110 300 240 150 NIL NIL The surface of RWY 15R
120 60 300 150 240 150 /33L, 15L/33R, 16/34 and
Rapid exit taxiways are
120 60 300 150 4 110 300 240 150 NIL NIL grooved.
120 60 300 150 240 150

120 60 300 150 4 360 x 300 240 150 NIL NIL


120 60 300 150 240 150

Scheduled Preventive Maintenance Time

15R/33L : Every 3 days from the 1st day of the month(1300-1900UTC) (for example May 1, 4, 7, 10... etc.)
15L/33R : Every 3 days from the 2nd day of the month(1300-1900UTC) (for example May 2, 5, 8, 11... etc.)
16/34 : Every 3 days from the 3rd day of the month(1300-1900UTC) (for example May 3, 6, 9, 12... etc.)
- During the Scheduled Preventive Maintenance Time Take-offs and landings are prohibited. But, ground maneuvering is
allowed under ATC instructions.
- A 30 minutes prior request is required to use the closed runway for take-offs and landings.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 1/17


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 10
Republic of Korea 19 JAN 2017

RKSI AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY TORA TODA ASDA LDA


Designator (m) (m) (m) (m) Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6
15R 3 750 4 050 3 870 3 750

TWY K* 3 000 3 300 3 120

TWY B5** 2 250 2 550 2 370

TWY B6* 2 550 2 850 2 670

33L 3 750 4 050 3 870 3 750

TWY J* 3 000 3 300 3 120

TWY B2* 2 550 2 850 2 670

TWY B3** 2 250 2 550 2 370

15L 3 750 4 050 3 870 3 750 * Entry Point for Intersection departure.
TWY K* 3 000 3 300 3 120
** Entry Point for Intersection departure available
TWY D6** 2 550 2 850 2 670 only when cleared by ATC. Pilot shall hold on
the parallel TWY unless cleared to enter RWY
33R 3 750 4 050 3 870 3 750
for intersection departure.
TWY J* 3 000 3 300 3 120
Note:
TWY D1** 2 550 2 850 2 670
Intersection departure may be initiated by pilot or
16 4 000 4 300 4 120 4 000 ATC and approved by ATC considering traffic
and en-route separation. ATC may change
V* 3 314 3 614 3 434 departure sequency for the purposes of traffic
U* 3 009 3 309 3 129 flow management.

N6* 2 550 2 850 2 670

N5** 2 050 2 350 2 170

N4** 1 799 2 099 1 919

34 4 000 4 300 4 120 4 000

T* 3 259 3 559 3 379

N2* 2 550 2 850 2 670

N3** 2 049 2 349 2 169

N4** 2 049 2 349 2 169

Change : Information of TWY N5 ASDA.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 1/17
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 11
Republic of Korea 1 MAY 2014

RKSI AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY
APCH Center Line LGT RWY edge
LGT LEN, LGT RWY End SWY
type THR LGT VASIS Spacing LEN,Spacing LGT LGT
RWY LEN Color (MEHT) TDZ LGT Color, Color, Color LEN(m)
Designator INTST WBAR PAPI LEN INTST INTST WBAR Color
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
15R ALSF-II Green PAPI 900 m 3 750 m 3 750 m Red 120 m
900 m Green Left / 3 15 m 60 m Red
LIH (64.64 ft) white white
LIH LIH
33L ALSF-II Green PAPI 900 m 3 750 m 3 750 m Red 120 m
900 m Green Left / 3 15 m 60 m Red
LIH (64.64 ft) white white
LIH LIH
15L ALSF-II Green PAPI 900 m 3 750 m 3 750 m Red 120 m
900 m Green Left / 3 15 m 60 m Red
LIH (64.64 ft) white white
LIH LIH
33R ALSF-II Green PAPI 900 m 3 750 m 3 750 m Red 120 m
900 m Green Left / 3 15 m 60 m Red
LIH (64.64 ft) white white
LIH LIH
16 ALSF-II Green PAPI 900 m 4 000 m 4 000 m Red 120 m
900 m Green Left / 3 15 m 60 m Red
LIH (67.14 ft) white white
LIH LIH
34 ALSF-II Green PAPI 900 m 4 000 m 4 000 m Red 120 m
900 m Green Left / 3 15 m 60 m Red
LIH (67.14 ft) white white
LIH LIH

10. Remarks :
Road holding position lights are installed at 9 road holding position places. Lights of Golf course are installed at 1.6
km (750 m width 500 m length) away from end of RWY 15R.

RKSI AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1 ABN/IBN location, characteristics and ABN: At the top of main electrical substation,
hours of operation FLG W/G EV 2 SEC/IBN: NIL
H24

2 LDI location and lighting NIL


Anemometer location and lighting Anemometer : 300 m from THR 15L/33R, 15R/33L, 16/34 and Lighted.

3 TWY edge and center line lighting Edge : All TWY Curve area
Centre line : All TWY

4 Secondary power supply/switch-over time Secondary power supply to all lighting at AD.
Switch-over time: 1 sec or 15 sec.

5 Remarks Medium intensity obstacle light(white) at TWR is being operated by day.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP 9TH EDITION


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 12
Republic of Korea 24 NOV 2016

RKSI AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1 Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO H1 : 372636.68N 1262734.20E


Geoid undulation H2 : 372637.51N 1262735.66E
2 TLOF and/or FATO elevation m/ft H1 & H2 : 5.45 m (17.88 ft)

3 TLOF and FATO area dimesions, H1 & H2 : Rectangle 22 x 22 m, ILP block, PCN 6/F/B/Z/T, white
surface, strength and marking edges and white letter H.
4 True BRG of FATO H1 & H2 : 055/235 GEO, 062/242 MAG
Direction of TLOF zones : 055 GEO, 062 MAG
235 GEO, 242 MAG

5 Declared distance available NIL

6 APP and FATO lighting NIL

7 Remarks 2 hours PPR from Incheon Airport AIS.


Daytime only (VFR and special VFR condition)

RKSI AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1 Designation and lateral limit Incheon CTR


A circle, radius 5 NM centered at ARP.
2 Vertical limits SFC to 3 000 ft AGL

3 Airspace classification B

4 ATS unit call sign Incheon Tower


Languages English / Korean
5 Transition altitude 14 000 ft AMSL

6 Operation hours H24

7 Remarks NIL

RKSI AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Hours of
designation Call sign Frequency operation Remarks
1 2 3 4 5
TWR Incheon Tower 118.2 MHz* H24
118.275 MHz*
118.8 MHz**
231.8 MHz*

GND Incheon Ground 121.7 MHz** H24


121.75 MHz*
121.925 MHz**
226.9 MHz**

DLVRY Incheon Delivery 121.6 MHz* H24 Digital PDC service available
121.925 MHz**
269.2 MHz*

ATIS Incheon INTL Airport ARR : 128.4 MHz* H24 1. Digital ATIS service available
230.25 MHz** 2. 128.2 MHz used when 128.4 MHz, 128.65
DEP : 128.65 MHz** MHz are not available
344.2 MHz* 3. ATIS telephone service available. (Refer to
BK-FREQ : 128.2 MHz** RKSI AD 2-42 for detail)

Change : Information of GND and DLVRY frequency.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 13/16
Effective : 1600UTC 4 JAN 2017
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 13
Republic of Korea 16 MAR 2017

Service Hours of
designation Call sign Frequency operation Remarks
1 2 3 4 5
APP Seoul Approach 119.75 MHz** 119.1 MHz* H24
119.9 MHz* 120.8 MHz**
121.35 MHz* 119.05 MHz*
124.2 MHz** 293.3 MHz**
305.7 MHz*
VFR 123.8 MHz* H24
123.25 MHz**
363.8 MHz**
DEP Seoul Departure 121.4 MHz** H24
124.8 MHz*
125.15 MHz**
353.2 MHz*
Apron Incheon Apron 121.65 MHz* H24 When de-icing, refer to RKSI AD 2-23
121.8 MHz** (De-icing operational procedures).
121.875 MHz**
121.625 MHz*
EMERG 121.5 MHz* H24
243.0 MHz**

Scheduled Inspection Time


- * : Every 1st THU(1500-2000 UTC) of the month
- ** : Every 3rd THU(1500-2000 UTC) of the month

RKSI AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, Position of Elevation of


MAG VAR, transmitting DME
Type of Hours of antenna transmitting
supported OPS ID Frequency operation coordinates antenna Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
TVOR/DME NCN 113.800 MHz H24 372941.7N 30 m Coverage 25 NM from NCN TVOR
(8W/2015) (CH85X) 1262549.2E with the following restrictions :

VOR/DME unusable :
RDL 041-080 beyond 15 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 081-100 Beyond 18 NM
due to RK P518 & RK P73
RDL 290-300 beyond 19 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 301-310 beyond 17 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 311-320 beyond 15 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 321-340 beyond 13 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 341-040 beyond 12 NM
due to RK P518

DME unusable :
RDL 246-253 beyond 13 NM
Below 2 500 ft

Scheduled Inspection time :


Every 4th, 14th day
(1400-1800UTC) of the month

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 3/17


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 14
Republic of Korea 16 MAR 2017

Type of aid, Position of Elevation of


MAG VAR, transmitting DME
Type of Hours of antenna transmitting
supported OPS ID Frequency operation coordinates antenna Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
TVOR/DME WNG 112.900 MHz H24 372558.6N 0m Coverage 25 NM from WNG TVOR
(8W/2015) (CH 76X) 1262700.0E with the following restrictions :

VOR/DME unusable :
RDL 036-090 beyond 17 NM
due to RK P518 & RK P73
RDL 295-305 beyond 21 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 306-310 beyond 19 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 311-330 beyond 17 NM
due to RK P518
RDL 331-035 beyond 13 NM
due to RK P518

DME unusable :
RDL 201-229 beyond 8 NM
Below 3 000 ft

Scheduled Inspection time :


Every 6th, 15th day
(1400-1800UTC) of the month
LOC 15R ISRR 109.100 MHz H24 372707.4N LOC unusable :
(8W/2015) (CH 28X) 1262746.0E LOC unusable beyond 15 NM
ILS CAT III from LOC due to RK P518
(8W or 352)
DME 15R ISRR 1052 MHz H24 372848.7N 0m GP : 3
(INTERROGATION) 1262621.9E
989 MHz
(REPLY)
GP 15R 331.400 MHz H24 372848.7N
1262622.0E
IM 15R 75 MHz H24 372902.7N
1262603.5E
MM 15R 75 MHz H24 372922.2N
1262546.1E
LOC 33L INLL 109.300 MHz H24 372902.2N GP : 3
(8W/2015) (CH 30X) 1262603.9E
ILS CAT III
(8W or 352)
DME 33L INLL 1054 MHz H24 372725.4N 0m
(INTERROGATION) 1262735.9E
991 MHz
(REPLY)
GP 33L 332.000 MHz H24 372725.5N
1262736.0E
IM 33L 75 MHz H24 372706.9N
1262746.4E
MM 33L 75 MHz H24 372647.4N
1262803.8E
LOC 15L ISLL 111.900 MHz H24 372715.1N LOC unusable :
(8W/2015) (CH 56X) 1262759.7E LOC unusable beyond 15 NM
ILS CAT III from LOC due to RK P518
(8W or 352)
DME 15L ISLL 1080 MHz H24 372856.4N 0m GP : 3
(INTERROGATION) 1262635.6E
1017 MHz
(REPLY)
GP 15L 331.100 MHz H24 372856.5N
1262635.7E
IM 15L 75 MHz H24 372910.4N
1262617.2E
MM 15L 75 MHz H24 372930.0N
1262559.8E

Change : Information of transmitting antenna coordinates.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 3/17
Effective : 1600UTC 26 APR 2017
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 15
Republic of Korea 16 MAR 2017

Type of aid, Position of Elevation of


MAG VAR, transmitting DME
Type of Hours of antenna transmitting
supported OPS ID Frequency operation coordinates antenna Remarks
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
LOC 33R INRR 108.900 MHz H24 372910.0N GP : 3
(8W/2015) (CH 26X) 1262617.6E
ILS CAT III
(8W or 352)
DME 33R INRR 1050 MHz H24 372733.2N 0M
(INTERROGATION) 1262749.7E
987 MHz
(REPLY)
GP 33R 329.300 MHz H24 372733.2N
1262749.7E
IM 33R 75 MHz H24 372714.7N
1262800.1E
MM 33R 75 MHz H24 372655.2N
1262817.5E
LOC 16 IRKS 110.350 MHz H24 372628.5N LOC unusable :
(8W/2015) (CH 40Y) 1262637.1E beyond 15 NM from LOC due to
ILS CAT III RK P518
(8W or 352)
GP : 3
DME 16 IRKS 1064 MHz H24 372811.4N 0M
(INTERROGATION) 1262459.7E
1127 MHz
(REPLY) If unable to use "CH 40Y" FREQ.,
notify ATC ASAP
GP 16 334.850 MHz H24 372811.4N
1262459.5E
IM 16 75 MHz H24 372830.4N
1262448.7E
MM 16 75 MHz H24 372849.9N
1262431.3E
LOC 34 IRKN 108.100 MHz H24 372829.9N GP : 3
(8W/2015) (CH 18X) 1262449.1E
ILS CAT III Caution advised when
(8W or 352) approaching Incheon AP ILS
RWY 34 as follow :
DME 34 IRKN 1042 MHz H24 372642.5N 0M 1. False course captures may
(INTERROGATION) 1262618.8E
979 MHz occur when approaching
(REPLY) Incheon AP ILS RWY 34, in
the vicinity of 4 DEG-12 DEG
GP 34 334.700 MHz H24 372642.5N AZM FM the published
1262618.6E localizer course.
2. It is recommended for the pilot to :
IM 34 75 MHz H24 372628.0N
- Be aware of when the raw
1262637.5E
data indicates that the aircraft
MM 34 75 MHz H24 372608.5N is approaching and establishing
1262654.9E on the correct course ; and
- Be aware that, should a false
capture occur, it may be
necessary to deselect and
Re-Arm the approach mode in
order to achieve a successful
coupled approach on the
correct localizer course

Scheduled Inspection time :


ILS
- 15R/33L : Every 3 days from the 1st day of the month(1400-1800UTC) (for example May 1, 4, 7, 10... etc.)
- 15L/33R : Every 3 days from the 2nd day of the month(1400-1800UTC) (for example May 2, 5, 8, 11... etc.)
- 16/34 : Every 3 days from the 3rd day of the month(1400-1800UTC) (for example May 3, 6, 9, 12... etc.)
ILS is unserviceable during the scheduled inspection time.
A 30 minutes prior request is required to use ILS.
RADAR(PSR, SSR, ARTS) : Every 1st and 3rd THU (1500-1800UTC) of the month
ASDE : Every 1st and 3rd TUE (0100-0800UTC) of the month

Change : Information of transmitting antenna coordinates.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 3/17
Effective : 1600UTC 26 APR 2017
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 16
Republic of Korea 16 MAR 2017

RKSI AD 2.20 LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1. Airport regulations

1.1 Pilots are strongly required to monitor VHF 121.5 MHz when flying within SEOUL TMA.

1.2 Pilots shall exercise extreme caution to avoid penetrating Prohibited Area (P518, P73A/B, etc) or Special Use
Airspace (ACMI, R17, etc), especially when flying north of NCN R-270 and R-080 around Incheon INTL Airport.
(Refer to RKSI AD 2.19 Radio Navigation and landing Aids.)

1.3 Pilots should always make sure that microphones are not stuck in the transmitting position before transmission in
order to prevent frequency blockage (stuck mike) from impairing ATC.

1.4 Runway Efficient Use Program

This program is prepared to reduce runway occupancy time of aircraft and to maximize the efficiency of runway
use, which might subsequently contribute to saving fuel consumption and avoiding unnecessary aircraft delays.

a. All aircraft should vacate the appropriate runway via the following 'Rapid Exit Taxiways' after landing, unless
otherwise cleared or instructed by ATC.

(1) For aircraft proceeding to Passenger Terminal, after landing :


- on runway 33R, proceed via taxiway C4
- on runway 33L, proceed via taxiway B5
- on runway 15L, proceed via taxiway C2
- on runway 15R, proceed via taxiway B3
- on runway 34, proceed via taxiway N5
- on runway 16, proceed via taxiway N3

(2) For aircraft proceeding to Cargo Terminal, after landing :


- on runway 33R, proceed via taxiway D6
- on runway 15L, proceed via taxiway D1

b. The above procedures are not applied when one of the following adverse conditions exist :

(1) A runway is adversely contaminated whenever standing water, ice, snow, slush, or other substances are
present.
(2) Low visibility procedures(LVP) are in operation, or
(3) The cross-wind component including gust exceeds 15 kt, or
(4) The tailwind component including gust exceeds 5 kt, or
(5) Wind-shear has been reported, or
(6) Any other abnormal condition of aircraft, airport or ATC system exist.

c. In case of inability to comply with the above procedures, notify ATC of the reason including intended taxiway
to be used, as practical as possible.

d. To reduce departure runway occupancy time, Pilots are recommended to comply with the following procedures;

(1) Notify ATC that you need extra time to ready aircraft for takeoff or additional departure spacing well before
departure. This is to assist ATC in sequencing traffic and reduce unexpected delay on the ground.
(2) React promptly to takeoff clearance and line up without delay when cleared through minimizing checks on
the runway.
(3) With exception of intersection departures, a conditional line up clearance to follow another departing aircraft
means that you can proceed past the holding position. The second aircraft should be entering the runway
as soon as the first commences its take off roll and ATC will use the following phraseology when gives a
conditional line up clearance.
- "Behind (departing aircraft type) Line up Runway (runway designation)"
(4) If you receive take off clearance prior to reaching the notified line up position, ATC expects you to take off
immediately from your current position.

e. The use of idle reverse thrust is strongly recommended, consistent with safe operating procedures.

1.5 Preferential RWY System

The runway 33L/R or 34 is recommended to be in use to the extent of 8 kts tailwind. If unable to comply with
this procedure, notify ATC of the reason 20 minutes prior to ETD or ETA. Delay may be possible depend on
traffic situation.

1.6 Inbound Cargo Aircrafts to Incheon Airport are required to advise Seoul Approach which to be Cargo.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 3/17


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 17
Republic of Korea 22 DEC 2016

1.7 Runway operation information

Time(UTC) Departure Arrival


00:00~12:00 15R/33L, 16/34 15L/33R, 16/34
12:00~00:00 15L/33R or 15R/33L
The above times and runways in use may be changed if necessary due to ATC purposes, weather, ground
conditions and traffic volume.
1.8 Flight limitations

1. The use of this airport for training purpose is prohibited. The deliberate simulation of engine failure is not
permitted whilst on approach to or departure from the airport.
2. The use of this airport by light sports aircraft, ultra-light vehicles and lighter than air is prohibited.

2. Apron control services

Incheon Apron issues Push-back or Taxi instructions, approval, and/or necessary information to aircraft, vehicles
and personnel within Apron areas(Apron 12 3, cargo Apron 12 and maintenance Apron) and deicing pads.
2.1. Transponder
Pilots should always operate transponders with XPDR(and AUTO if available) except for fully parking aircraft on
stand.

3. Departure procedures
3.1 ATC clearance
Aircraft shall obtain ATC clearance from Incheon Delivery prior to push-back.
3.2 Procedures for start-up and push back
a. When the pilot is ready for start-up and pushback, the pilot shall contact Incheon Apron and provide the
following:
(1) Call sign
(2) Gate/Stand number
(3) Release time(International departures only)
b. Ground crews (Ground handler, aircraft maintenance) must ensure that the area behind the aircraft shall be
clear of vehicles, equipment and other obstructions prior to engine start-up or aircraft push back for smooth
and safe aircraft movements.
c. A pilot shall confirm with ground crews (Ground handler, aircraft maintenance) whether there is no hazard to
the aircraft starting up. The pilot shall not ask Incheon Apron for engine start-up and push back until its
safety check-up is fully confirmed. If there is any elements posing a potential failure, the pilot shall ask
Incheon Apron for push back only. After moving and standing the aircraft at a safety area, the pilot can ask
the engine start-up.
d. All aircraft to be taxied within the Apron shall fix their engine thrusts on an Idle. In case of using breakaway
thrust, it should be used to a minimum.
e. Push back is to begin promptly after approval. The pushback procedures of the aircraft within the Apron are
as follows. As with most, these procedures shall be kept. However, if any modification of the procedures is
required as the case may be, Incheon Apron may give the pilot specific instructions suited for the safety of
aircraft movement.
f. The smaller aircraft(business jets) ingress and egress procedures at the aircraft stand 612 and at designated
deicing pads shall follow the instructions of Incheon Apron. Deicing pads are self-maneuvering stands (i.e. taxi
out with no push-back)
g. There are several blue lines in Apron 1
Locations : Right behind Gates 9, 15, 21, 22, 32, 33, 39 and 45
The aircraft of those gates shall be pushed back along blue line until their nose-wheels are on the specific
taxilane.
h. To avoid delay to other aircraft using 'Apron 1' area, aircraft should be ready to taxi as soon as the
push-back manoeuvre and engine start procedure are completed. The push-back for gate 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
33, 34, 35, 36 is onto taxilane R7, therefore to avoid delays to other traffic it is essential that the aircraft
should be ready to taxi as soon as the push-back manoeuvre is completed. If aircraft are unable to comply
with these procedures, pilots shall immediately inform Incheon Apron in order that alternative taxi instructions
may be issued to other aircraft.
i. When an aircraft have any problem which cant make it taxi right after push back, the pilot should report to
Apron control. And then the pilot will be instructed to return gate or to move other place to avoid blocking
taxilanes.

Change : Establishment of flight limitations.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 13/16
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 18
Republic of Korea 22 DEC 2016

j. Delays may be expected due to other aircraft to pushback or to taxi as distances between aircraft gates/stands
vary

k. The following tables describe the procedures for pushback of aircraft from gates with airbridges and stands.
Incheon Apron will issue specific instructions to the pilot if it is necessary to expedite traffic movement.
Most gates and stands have several pushback procedures. Pushback instructions shall be issued including
direction (only 4 directions are used) or specific position when necessary. Incheon Apron will issue a
pushback instruction according to the use of runway or certain traffic condition.

l. When The aircraft push back onto taxilane R2 or R3 with facing south, the pilot shall be taxied with idle
power for ground safety.

Aircraft Stands Pushback Procedures Phraseology

Apron 1

The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to red 1
1 and 2 until its nosewheel is at spot 1.

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north

3
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to red 1
until its nosewheel is at spot 1.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
6 The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south
R1 until the specific gate position. abeam gate(number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south
7 R1 until the specific gate position. abeam gate(number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the stand 825 on taxilane Pushback approved to stand 825
R5 to face south.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face south Pushback approved to face south
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R1 Pushback approved to face north
8 until the specific gate position. abeam gate(number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the stand 825 on taxilane Pushback approved to stand 825
R5 to face south.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along blue line Pushback approved to face south
until its nosewheel is at R1
9 The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the stand 825 on taxilane Pushback approved to stand 825
R5 to face south.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face south Pushback approved to face south
10, 11 and 12
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north Pushback approved to face north
14 until gate 10 to minimize jet blast effect.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the spot 53R on A6 to Pushback approved to spot 53Romeo
face west.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to face north
until its nosewheel is at R1.
15 The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the spot 53R on A6 to Pushback approved to spot 53Romeo
face west.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
16
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the spot 53R on A6 to Pushback approved to spot 53Romeo
face west.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 13/16


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 19
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

Aircraft Stands Pushback Procedures Phraseology


Apron 1
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east on R7
17
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto the spot 53R on A6 to Pushback approved to spot 53
face west. Romeo
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west
18
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R1 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R1 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west
19 The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R1 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R1 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R2 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R2 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west
20
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R2 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R2 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to blue
until its nosewheel is at R2.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north until its body is Pushback approved to face north on R2
21 on taxilane R2.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east on R7
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west on R7
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to blue
until its nosewheel is at R2.
22
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north and then towed Pushback approved to red 2
forward until its nosewheel is at spot 2.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north and then towed Pushback approved to red 2
forward until its nosewheel is at spot 2.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along blue line Pushback approved to red 3
23, 24 and 26
until its nosewheel is at spot 3.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south on
R2 until the specific gate number. R2 [abeam gate (number)]
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north and then towed
Pushback approved to red 2
forward until its nosewheel is at spot 2.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along blue line
Pushback approved to red 3
until its nosewheel is at spot 3.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north and then towed
27 Pushback approved to red 4
forward until its nosewheel is at spot 4.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south on
R2 until the specific gate number. R2 [abeam gate (number)]
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south on
R3 until the specific gate number. R3 [abeam gate (number)]
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along blue line
Pushback approved to red 3
until its nosewheel is at spot 3.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north and then towed
28, 30 and 31 Pushback approved to red 4
forward until its nosewheel is at spot 4.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south on
R3 until the specific gate number. R3 [abeam gate (number)]

Change : Amended a call sign(RampApron)


AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 20
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

Aircraft Stands Pushback Procedures Phraseology


Apron 1
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to blue
until its nosewheel is at R3.
32
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north and then towed Pushback approved to red 4
forward until its nosewheel is at spot 4.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to blue
until its nosewheel is at R3.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north until its body is Pushback approved to face north on R3
33 on taxilane R3.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east on R7
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west on R7
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west
34
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R3 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R3 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west
35 The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R3 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R3 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R4 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R4 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face east. Pushback approved to face east

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west
36
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R4 Pushback approved to face north on
until the specific gate position. R4 abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
37
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R7 to face west. Pushback approved to face west on R7
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
38
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face north. Pushback approved to face north

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
39 The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along blue line Pushback approved to face north
until its nosewheel is at R4.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
40, 41, 42 and The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
43 The aircraft of gate 40 shall be pushed back to face north until
gate 43 to minimize jet blast effect.
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along blue line Pushback approved to face south
until its nosewheel is at R4.
45
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face north. Pushback approved to face north

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
46 The aircraft shall be pushed back to face north along taxilane R4 Pushback approved to face north
until the specific gate position. abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face north. Pushback approved to face north

The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south
47 and 48 R4 until the specific gate position. abeam gate (number)
The aircraft shall be pushed back to face south along taxilane Pushback approved to face south on R6
R6.
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
49 The aircraft shall be pushed back along blue line until its Pushback approved to red 5
nosewheel is at spot 5.
The aircraft shall be pushed back along blue line until its Pushback approved to red 5
50
nosewheel is at spot 5.

Change : Amended a call sign(RampApron)


AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 21
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

Aircraft Stands Pushback Procedures Phraseology


Apron 1
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane AS to face east. Pushback approved to face east
103, 105, 107,
109, 111, 113,
115, 117, 119,
121, 123, 125, The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane AS to face west. Pushback approved to face west
127 and 129

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R4 to face south. Pushback approved to face south
131 and 132

Apron 2
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R1 to face north. Pushback approved to face north
101 and 102
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane AN to face east. Pushback approved to face east
104, 106, 108,
110, 112, 114,
118, 122, 124, The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane AN to face west. Pushback approved to face west
126, 128 and 130

The aircraft of Code 'F' shall be pushed back onto taxilane R9 Pushback approved to face east on
to face east. R9
110, 112,
122 and 126 The aircraft of Code 'F' shall be pushed back onto taxilane R9 Pushback approved to face west on
to face west. R9

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R10 to face east. Pushback approved to face east

202 to 214 The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R10 to face Pushback approved to face west
west.

The aircraft shall be taxied as instructed by Incheon Apron


201, 215 Control.

Apron 3

The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R11 or R12 to Pushback approved to face east
222 to 233 face east.
300 to 305
311 to 315 The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane R11 or R12 to Pushback approved to face west
face west.

The aircraft shall be taxied as instructed by Incheon Apron


221, 234 Control.

Cargo Apron 1

601 to 614 The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane D2 or D3 to face Pushback approved
621 to 634 west.

The aircraft shall be pushed back to face west and then towed Pushback approved to red 12
615 to 616 forward until its nosewheel is at spot 12.

The aircraft shall be pushed back to face west and then towed Pushback approved to red 11
635 to 636 foward until its nosewheel is at spot 11.

Cargo Apron 2
The aircraft shall be pushed back onto taxilane D4 to face west. Pushback approved
641 to 644

The aircraft shall be pushed back to face west and then towed Pushback approved to red 10
645 to 647 forward until its nosewheel is at spot 10.

Change : Amended a call sign(RampApron)


AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 22
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

3.3 Taxi routes for departure runway 15R, 33L from cargo apron.

To protect GP signals of ILS of RWY 15L and 33R, expect taxi routes for departure from cargo apron as follows
unless otherwise instructed by ATC.

a. Departure RWY 15R : Cargo apron - Taxiway D - K - C - L to RWY 15R

b. Departure RWY 33L : Cargo apron - Taxiway D - J - C - G to RWY 33L

3.4 Departure routes and Transfer of control points(TCP)

1. Unless otherwise instructed, aircraft should use the following routes:

Apron Apron FREQ Route TCP Gate/Stand


R1 - A4 1E
R1 - R7 4E 1 to 17
R1 - R8 5W
R7 4E
18 to 36
R8 5W
Apron 1 121.65 MHz
R4 - M5 1W
R4(R6) - R7 4E 37 to 50
R4(R6) - R8 5W
R7 4E 103, 105, 107, 109, 111, 113, 115, 117,
R8 5W 119, 121, 123, 125, 127, 129, 131, 132
101, 102, 104, 106, 108, 110, 112,
R9 6E 114, 118, 122, 124, 126, 128, 130
Apron 2 121.8 MHz
R10 7W
201 to 215
221 to 234
R11 8E
Apron 3 121.8 MHz 300 to 305
R12 9W
311 to 315
D2 3Y 601 to 616
Cargo Apron 1
D3 4Y 621 to 636
D4 5Y
Cargo Apron 2 641 to 647
D5 6Y
121.875 MHz
Deicing Zone
2Y 841 and 842
(D South)
Deicing Zone
9Y 851 and 852
(D North)
Remarks

Departure routes in Apron areas will be issued in detail according to runway in use and traffic movement
condition by Incheon Apron. Refer to RKSI AD 2-46, 2-46-2 (Aerodrome Ground Movement Charts)

4. Deicing operations

4.1 Ice phase notification

ICE PHASE Application of phase


Phase 1 (BLUE) Delays expected less than 50 min'.
Phase 2 (YELLOW) Delays expected 50 min' through 80 min'.
Phase 3 (ORANGE) Delays expected 80 min' through 120 min'.
Phase 4 (RED) Delays expected more than 120 min'.

4.2 De-icing zones and pads

De-icing pads assignment will be made as pad-group.

1. A South zone : 821, 822, 823, 824, 825 pads


2. A North zone : 801, 802, 803, 804, 805 pads
3. M South zone : 831, 832, 833, 834 pads
4. M North zone : 811, 812, 813 pads
5. D South zone : 841, 842 pads
6. D North zone : 851, 852 pads

Change : Amended a call sign(RampApron)


AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 23
Republic of Korea 8 JUN 2017

4.3 De-icing operational procedures

FREQ Call Sign Procedure

128.65, 344.2
Incheon INTL Airport - Acknowledge "Ice Phase" by ATIS
(ATIS)

- Contact when ready for pushback
121.625 Incheon De-icing - Advise "Aircraft De-icing required"
- De-icing zones assignment

- Set Mode A code to 2000
121.65(Apron 1)
Incheon Apron - Select XPNDR or AUTO
121.8(Apron 2/3, Cargoes)
- Pushback & taxi to De-icing zones

- Enter the pad and report to pad control
121.875 Pad Control
to start of De-icing

- Once De-icing is started, get ATC
clearance. And then monitor Pad control
121.6 Incheon Delivery frequencies.
- Set Mode A assigned by ATC
- Select XPNDR or AUTO

- Re-contact pad control
121.875 Pad Control
- Report start engine and taxi to the TCP

NOTE 1 : The de-icing pad will be appropriately assigned by Incheon Apron or Pad Control when aircraft approaches
to de-icing zone.
NOTE 2 : Flight crews shall monitor and maintain radio contact, otherwise re-sequenced as a result of no response
to 3 successive calls.
NOTE 3 : This procedures can be changed by Incheon Apron according to the volume of de-icing traffic.

5. Arrival procedures

5.1 Arrival routes and Transfer of control points(TCP)

1. Unless otherwise instructed, aircraft should use the following routes;

Apron Apron FREQ Route TCP Gate/Stand


A5 - R1 2E
A6 - R1 3E 1 to 17
R7 - R1 4W
R7 4W
18 to 36
R8 5E
Apron 1 121.65 MHz
M6 - R4 2W
R7 - R4(R6) 4W 37 to 50
R8 - R4(R6) 5E

R7 4W 103,105,107,109,111,113,115,117,
R8 5E 119,121,123,125,127,129,131,132
101,102,104,106,108,110,
112,114,118,122,124,126,
R9 6W
Apron 2 121.8 MHz 128,130
R10 7E
201 to 215

221 to 234
R11 8W
Apron 3 121.8 MHz 300 to 305
R12 9E
311 to 315

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 6/17


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 24
Republic of Korea 8 JUN 2017

Apron Apron FREQ Route TCP Gate/Stand


D2 3Y 601 to 616
Cargo Apron 1
D3 4Y 621 to 636
D4 5Y
Cargo Apron 2 641 to 647
D5 6Y
121.875 MHz
Deicing Zone
- 1Y 841 and 842
(D South)
Deicing Zone
- 8Y 851 and 852
(D North)
Remarks
Arrival routes in Apron areas will be issued in detail according to runway in use and traffic movement
condition by Incheon Apron. Refer to RKSI AD CHART 2-7, 2-9 (Aerodrome Ground Movement Charts)

2. Aircraft will normally be transferred to Incheon Apron prior to the TCP. Unless otherwise directed, aircraft
may automatically contact Incheon Apron at the TCP.

3. Aircraft shall not proceed beyond the TCP without clearance from Incheon Apron.

5.2 Follow-me car service

1. Follow-me service is available to arriving aircraft. Pilots should make the request to Incheon Ground or
Incheon Apron.
2. Aircraft shall monitor the appropriate Incheon Ground and/or Incheon Apron frequencies while taxiing.

6. Ground engine check procedures

Pilot or authorized engineer requiring engine ground runs shall contact Incheon Apron on the appropriate
frequency (refer to 2.20.3.4.1) and provide the following :

1. Call sign or registration number


2. Gate/Stand number
3. Type of ground engine run, engine start or performance check Incheon Apron should be advised on its
completion

6.1 Engine starts

Engine starts are permitted in the Apron areas. However the power setting(s) shall not exceed idle thrust.

6.2 Engine performance check

1. Run-up Area : North of Maintenance Apron (Refer to RKSI AD CHART 2-3, 2-4)
2. Operation Hours : 24 Hours
3. Accommodation : 2 aircraft simultaneously (only towed)
4. In case of the Run-up area U/S, temporary run-up areas can be allocated as FLW ;

Temporary Run-up Areas Remarks

Deicing pad #803, #804


121.8 MHz shall be monitored during engine performance check in
temporary run-up areas.
14A (North part of TWY A)

7. Taxiing - Limitation

1. All aeroplane will taxi at speeds of more than 10 kt on Taxiways A, B, C, D, M or N to ensure smooth traffic
flow unless there is exceptional direction concerning safety factors by ATC. And if it is impracticable, pilots
shall notify to ATC.

2. There are obstacles, guardrails of underpass way, near by TWY A (between A8 & A9, A12 & A13) and
TWY D (between D2 & D3, D5 & D6). The heights of obstacles are less than 1 m.

8. CAT I Operations

Pilots are warned that during ILS CAT-I operations to RWY 15L and 33R aircraft may experience GP signals'
fluctuation or interference caused by aircraft taxiing in the vicinity of the GP aerial.
Pilots should therefore closely monitor their ILS approach profile and rate of descent.

Change : Information of engine performance check.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 6/17
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 25
Republic of Korea 7 AUG 2014

9. CAT II / III Operations

9.1 General

Incheon International Airport RWY 15L, RWY 15R, RWY 16, RWY 33L, RWY 33R and RWY 34 have ILS
CAT III B equipments. Low Visibility Procedures are established for operation in a visibility of less than RVR 550
M or a cloud ceiling of less than 60 m (200 ft) or less.

a. Low visibility operations will be initiated by broadcasting "ATC LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES ARE IN
OPERATION" via ATIS and/or appropriate radio frequencies.
b. Low visibility operations will be terminated by deleting the above mentioned message from ATIS and/or
broadcasting "ATC LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS ARE TERMINATED" via appropriate frequencies.

9.2 Aircraft operators must obtain approval from Administrator of Seoul Regional Aviation Administration prior to
conducting any low visibility operations at Incheon International Airport.

1. Approval for CAT II/III Operations

a. Aircraft operators and pilots who wish to conduct ILS CAT II/III operations at Incheon International Airport
shall conform with certain requirements. Details of these requirements are published in Aviation Act, Article
54 and its Enforcement Regulations Article 189, which are available from :

Flight Operations Division


Seoul Regional Aviation Administration
47, Gonghang-ro 424 beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon,
400-718, Republic of Korea

Tel : +82-32-740-2154, 5
Fax : +82-32-740-2159

b. Foreign operators may obtain the approval from Administrator of Seoul Regional Aviation Administration by
providing the following information to Administrator of Seoul Regional Aviation Administration.

1) Aircraft type and register number ;


2) The CAT II/III minima to which they intend to operate ; and
3) A copy of the category II/III certification issued by their own category authority.

9.3 Pilots shall be informed when:

1. Meteorological reports preclude ILS CAT I operations;


2. Low Visibility Procedures are in operation;
3. There is any unserviceable in a promulgated facility so that they may amend their minima.

9.4 The separation between successive landing aircraft on the same runway will not be less than 10 NM.

9.5 When informed of the failure of Surface Movement Radar (SMR), pilots should anticipate that considerable
spacing between aircraft may be required.

9.6 Pilots who wish to carry out an ILS CAT II/III approach shall inform to Approach Control on initial contact.

9.7 Special Procedures and Safeguards

General Special procedures and ground safeguards

Special procedures and ground safeguards will be applied during CAT II/III operations to protect aircraft from
operating in low visibility and to avoid interference with the ILS signals in accordance with the provisions of
ICAO Doc. 9365 - Manual of All Weather Operations, and the provisions of the Enforcement Regulations of
Aviation Act, Article 210-8.

1. During low visibility operations, taxiway centerline lights will be used in conjunction with the stop bar lights as
follows :

a. If the stop bar lights are turned on, the centerline lights beyond the stop bar will be turned off.
b. If the stop bar lights are turned off, the centerline lights beyond the stop bar will be turned on.

2. Restrictions of application on CAT-II/III holding positions : TWY G or TWY L

a. When RWY 15L for landing and RWY 15R for departure are in use at the same time, CAT-II/III holding
positions on TWY G and L are not applied.
b. When RWY 33L for departure and RWY 33R for landing are in use at the same time, CAT-II/III holding
positions on TWY L and G are not applied.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 8/14


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 26
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

3. Arriving Aircraft

a. Aircraft shall vacate the runway via the designated exit taxiways as follows; Other exit taxiways will not be lit.

RWY 15L - C2, C1, D1 or G


RWY 15R - B3, B2 or G
RWY 33L - B5, B6 or L
RWY 33R - C4, C5, D6 or L
RWY 16 - N2, N3 or S
RWY 34 - N5, N6 or N8

Refer to Low Visibility Procedure diagram Pages.

b. All runway exits have taxiway center-line lead off lights that are color coded (green/yellow) to indicate that
portion of the taxiway that is within the ILS sensitive area.

c. Pilots are required to make a 'runway vacated' call giving due allowance for the size of the aircraft to
ensure that the entire aircraft have vacated the ILS critical sensitive areas.

4. Departing Aircraft

Departing aircraft shall normally enter the runway via the designated taxiways as follows :

RWY 15L or RWY 15R - A L or D L


RWY 33L or RWY 33R - A G or D G
RWY 16 - M N8
RWY 34 - M S

Refer to Low Visibility Procedure diagram Pages.

9.8 Practice Approaches

Pilots may carry out a practice ILS CAT II/III approach at any time with a prior approval of ATC, but the full
safeguarding ground procedures will not be applied and pilots should anticipate the possibility of ILS signal
interference.

10. Apron Safety Management

1. All GSE (Ground Service Equipment) vehicle roadways crossing taxiways or taxi lanes are marked in the form
of zipper.

2. Pilots shall pay extra caution to the vehicles and other aircraft while taxiing in apron areas, especially
ensuring enough wing-tip clearance.

11. Gate Hold Procedure

Gatehold procedures will be used in order to hold aircraft at the gate whenever departure delays exceed or are
expected to exceed 15 minutes due to inclement weather or abnormal conditions at Incheon International Airport.

11.1 The Procedure will come into effect upon issuing the advisory of "Gate Hold Procedures in Effect" through an
appropriate frequency or ATIS broadcast.

11.2 Pilot shall contact Clearance Delivery for ATC clearance five(5) minutes prior to being ready for Push-back.

11.3 After receiving ATC clearance, the pilot shall contact Incheon Apron frequency and continuously monitor the
frequency

11.4 To ensure the efficiency and avoid unnecessary departure delays, pilots shall make engine start-up or push back
requests from Incheon Apron only when they are actually ready to do so.

11.5 When operationally beneficial, Incheon Apron will issue an expected engine startup by using the following
phraseology "Expect engine start (time)."

11.6 Pilots must monitor Incheon Apron frequency for update information as the delay changes.

11.7 Although the sequency of departure will be maintained in accordance with initial call-up, the priority of departure
is subject to change according to the release time that should be kept for the purpose of airport operations, or
the slot time allocated to a specified aircraft.

11.8 Failure to respond to two successive calls may cause the readjustment of departure sequency.

11.9 Gate hold procedures will be terminated by issuing the advisory of "Gate Hold Procedures are terminated"
through an appropriate frequency or ATIS broadcast.

Change : Amended a call sign(RampApron)


AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15
OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION
Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 27
Republic of Korea 13 APR 2017

12. Special notice to ICAO Code F aircraft (A380 & B747-8) operations.
12.1 Runway
All runways are available for the ICAO Code F aircraft

12.2 RWY-holding position markings

The markings for RWY 15R/33L, RWY 15L/33R, RWY 16/34 are located at 107.5 m from runway centerline.

12.3 Taxiing routes on maneuvering area

1. ICAO Code F aircraft should taxi along the taxiing routes published on movement charts(refer to AIP RKSI
Aerodrome ground movement chart) unless there are special instructions by ATC.
2. ICAO Code F aircraft should taxi at speed of less than 30 kt on TWY A, B, M and N because there are
open channels between TWY A and B, TWY N and M.(refer to AIP RKSI Aerodrome ground movement chart)
3. ICAO Code F aircraft should taxi along the taxiing routes published on SMGCS taxi route (refer to AIP RKSI Low
visibility procedure diagram) under Low Visibility Procedure(LVP) unless there are special instructions by ATC.

12.4 Taxiing routes on aprons


1. B747-8 aircraft are available on all taxiing routes.
2. A380 aircraft should taxi along the taxiing routes published on movement charts(refer to AIP RKSI Aerodrome
ground movement chart) unless there are special instructions by Incheon Apron(Apron Controller). Some Apron
taxiing routes are restricted as below.

A380 Unavailable Taxiing Routes


Apron 1 AS, R5
Apron 2 AN
Apron 3 R11, R12
Cargo Apron 1 D2, D3
Etc R1(AS ~ R12 routes) * except R9~R10 routes

3. A380 aircraft taxiing to Concourse should proceed directly to the gates(106, 110, 112, 122 and 126) from R9
because AN is not available for A380 aircraft taxiing.

12.5 Parking stands


Code F stands
Passenger Terminal 10, 12, 15, 17, 43, 46
Cargo Apron 1 603, 604, 606, 607, 616, 623, 624, 626, 627, 636
Cargo Apron 2 641, 644
Remote Stands 204, 206, 210, 212, 341, 342, 351, 352

Change : Information of Taxiing routes and Establishment of cargo apron1.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 4/17
Effective : 1600UTC 24 MAY 2017
A I P RKSI AD 2 27 - 1
Republic of Korea 7 JUL 2016

13. Transfer of control between aprons

13.1 Transfer of control point in apron 1 and 2

Aircraft taxiing from apron 1 to apron 2(or from apron 2 to apron 1) will change the frequency when approaching
the below transfer of control point.
TCP
Apron Position
(Transfer of Control Point)

Apron1Apron2 Gate 103/130 1T/2T

Refer to RKSI AD CHART 2-1, 2-3, 2-6, 2-7, 2-8, 2-9 for the position in detail.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 7/16


Effective : 1600UTC 17 AUG 2016
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 33
Republic of Korea 22 DEC 2016

RKSI AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

1. Aircraft Operating Procedures(except helicopters)

1.1 Take off

All departing aircraft should apply ICAO PANS-OPS (Doc 8168) Volume I Noise Abatement Take-off Climb
Procedures as follows :

1. Runway 33L/R, 34 :

- Noise Abatement Departure Procedure ONE (NADP ONE)


a. Thrust reduction at 1 500 ft above aerodrome elevation recommended.

2. Runway 15L/R, 16 :

Noise Abatement Departure Procedure ONE or TWO (NADP ONE or NADP TWO)
a. NADP ONE : Thrust reduction at 1 500 ft above aerodrome elevation recommended
b. NADP TWO : Acceleration at 1 000 ft above aerodrome elevation recommended
c. For noise abatement and CO reduction using a NADP TWO is recommended. if for safety
reasons(prevention of bird strike), compliance with the recommended procedure is not possible, NADP ONE
may be used.

1.2 Restricted use of Runway 34/16

Take-off and landing on Runway 34/16 will not be allowed from 1200 to 0000 UTC, except emergency aircraft,
weather, ground conditions, and traffic volume.

1.3 AUXILIARY POWER UNITS(APUs)

At Passenger docking stands, primarily the stationary airport pneumatic and electrical service units shall be used.
Alternatively the airport owned mobile units shall be used.
At other stands, the airport owned mobile units shall be used.

Airborne APUs shall only be started;

- to start engine, the earliest 30 minutes before off-block time; however wide fuselage aircraft are permitted to
use APU 60 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
- if maintenance work on the aircraft makes it unavoidable; in that case the service period shall be kept as short
as possible;
- if the Airport owned units are not available or unserviceable for specific aircraft types; in that case the airborne
APUs shall be started at the earliest 60 minutes before off-block time and be kept in operation not more than
30 minutes after the on-block time.

In particular cases the Airport Corporation may permit longer service periods for APUs after the on-block time.

- Airport Corporation Telephone : 032-741-24589.


- INCHEON APRON CONTROL : 121.65 MHz, 121.8 MHz, 121.875 MHz

RKSI AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1. IFR Procedure

1.1 IFR ATC Clearance

The following procedures are established for all turbo jet departures from Incheon International Airport :

1. IFR ATC clearance may be obtained by Voice RTF or datalink Departure clearance Service(DCL)(via SITA or
ARINK (623)).

2. Pilot should request for ATC clearance from Clearance Delivery not more than 15 minutes prior to EOBT
with the following information.

a. Aircraft identification
b. Type of aircraft
c. Destination
d. Proposed flight level(for enroute separation)
e. Gate or stand number
f. ATIS code.

3. In cases where ATC clearance is received via DCL, Pilot should follow restrictions in the remarks of ATC
Clearance and acknowledge them within 5 minutes.

Change : Information of ACFT operating procedures on RWY 15L/R and 16.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 13/16
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 34
Republic of Korea 22 DEC 2016

4. Pilot shall check the validity of ATC clearance with the Clearance delivery if push-back or engine start-up is
not exercised within 10 minutes after receiving ATC clearance(except ATC purpose's delay).
Otherwise, ATC clearance that is already issued may be cancelled without notification due to the flow of traffic

1.2 Speed control

1. Aircraft may operate at a speed no greater than 250 kt IAS below 10 000 ft AMSL. If the minimum safe speed
for any particular operation is greater than 250 kt, aircraft may operate at the minimum safe speed.

2. All arriving aircraft (Except CAT A, B, and Helicopter) shall maintain 160 kt IAS or greater between IAF and
FAP(FAF) unless otherwise instructed by ATC. Aircraft unable to comply with the speed restriction shall advise
ATC and state the acceptable speed.

3. Definitions of terms to be used for speed control

a. The phrase "Resume Normal Speed" means the previously issued speed restrictions by ATC are cancelled
but that does not delete speed restrictions that are applicable to published procedures and speed
restrictions specified in AD 2.22.1.2 item 1, 2 above.

b. The phrase "No Speed Restrictions" means aircraft may maintain its preferred speed without restriction. but
aircraft shall maintain the speed restriction specified in AD 2.22.1.2 item 1 above.

1.3 Fuel Dumping Area

Fuel Dumping Area is established within SEOUL TMA as follows :

1. AREA : A circle with a radius of 5 NM centered on R 264 NCN/D22, R 278 SEL/D45.


2. ALTITUDE : At or above 6 000 ft
3. Area/Altitude may be changed by pilot request, traffic condition or any other safety reason.

1.4 Visual approach and separation

1. Visual approach may be initiated by ATC or approved upon pilot request on traffic permitting basis when
weather as follows;

a. Ceiling : At or above 2 500 ft


b. Visibility : Not less than 5 km

2. Visual separation may be applied as follows;

a. Traffic between arrivals or departures or arrival and departure on the runway or near the airport.
b. Weather condition
1) Ceiling : At or above 2 500 ft
2) Visibility : Not less than 5 km

1.5 Assignment of STAR or SID

This information will help pilots during preflight planning to select a STAR or SID. It may be changed if necessary
due to ATC purposes, weather, ground conditions and traffic volume.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 13/16


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 35
Republic of Korea 15 MAY 2014

1. Assignment of Standard Terminal Arrival(STAR)

a. Passenger flight / Cargo Flight

TIME (UTC) AIRWAY RWY STAR (PRIMARY/SECONDARY)

G597(KARBU) 15L/R, 16 RNAV KARBU 1N / RNAV SEL 2E

G585(GUKDO) 15L/R, 16 RNAV GUKDO 1N / RNAV SEL 2E

Y644(REBIT) 15L/R, 16 RNAV REBIT 1N

Y722(OLMEN) 15L/R, 16 RNAV OLMEN 1N

00:00 ~ 24:00 G597(KARBU) 33L/R, 34 RNAV KARBU 1P / RNAV BIKSI 1M*

G585(GUKDO) 33L/R, 34 RNAV GUKDO 1P / RNAV CUN(Yechon) 1M*

RNAV COWAY 1P /
Y644
33L/R, 34 RNAV COWAY 1A /
(COWAY/GONAV)
RNAV GONAV 2M*

Y722(OLMEN) 33L/R, 34 RNAV OLMEN 1P / RNAV PUMOS 1M*

* These procedures are operated only 1400~1900 UTC(See 1.7 for the details)
** Cargo Flight will be preferentially assigned to RWY 15L/R & 33L/R

2. Assignment of Standard Instrument Departure(SID)

a. Passenger flight

TIME (UTC) AIRWAY RWY SID (PRIMARY/SECONDARY)


G597 (KARBU) 15L/R RNAV EGOBA 1K

A582 (OSPOT) 15L/R RNAV OSPOT 1K

G597 (BINIL) 16 RNAV BINIL 1S

Y711 (BOPTA) 16 RNAV BOPTA 1S

00:00 ~ 12:00 G597 (KARBU) 33L/R RNAV EGOBA 1G

A582 (OSPOT) 33L/R RNAV OSPOT 1G

G597 (NOPIK) 34 RNAV NOPIK 1Y

Y711 (BOPTA) 34 RNAV BOPTA 1Y

G597 (KARBU) 15L/R RNAV EGOBA 1K

A582 (OSPOT) 15L/R RNAV OSPOT 1K

G597 (BINIL) 15L/R RNAV BINIL 1K

Y711 (BOPTA) 15L/R RNAV BOPTA 1K

12:00 24:00 G597 (KARBU) 33L/R RNAV EGOBA 1L

A582 (OSPOT) 33L/R RNAV OSPOT 1L

G597 (NOPIK) 33L/R RNAV NOPIK 1L

Y711 (BOPTA) 33L/R RNAV BOPTA 1L

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 6/14


Effective : 1600UTC 25 JUN 2014
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 36
Republic of Korea 16 APR 2015

b. Cargo flight

TIME (UTC) AIRWAY RWY SID (PRIMARY/SECONDARY)


G597 (KARBU) 15L/R RNAV EGOBA 1K

A582 (OSPOT) 15L/R RNAV OSPOT 1K

G597 (BINIL) 15L/R RNAV BINIL 1K

Y711 (BOPTA) 15L/R RNAV BOPTA 1K


00:00 ~ 12:00
G597 (KARBU) 33L/R RNAV EGOBA 1G

A582 (OSPOT) 33L/R RNAV OSPOT 1G

G597 (NOPIK) 33L/R RNAV NOPIK 1L

Y711 (BOPTA) 33L/R RNAV BOPTA 1L

G597 (KARBU) 15L/R RNAV EGOBA 1K

A582 (OSPOT) 15L/R RNAV OSPOT 1K

G597 (BINIL) 15L/R RNAV BINIL 1K

Y711 (BOPTA) 15L/R RNAV BOPTA 1K


12:00 ~ 24:00
G597 (KARBU) 33L/R RNAV EGOBA 1L

A582 (OSPOT) 33L/R RNAV OSPOT 1L

G597 (NOPIK) 33L/R RNAV NOPIK 1L

Y711 (BOPTA) 33L/R RNAV BOPTA 1L

3. Pilot shall be cautious of the following things.

a. If an aircraft is unable to follow any instrument flight procedure after considering requirements for aircraft
equipments, restrictions (climb rate, altitude restrictions and so on) on STAR or SID, pilot shall request the
alternative procedure (before departure for SID) to ATC.

b. Altitude restrictions are established based on obstacle clearance, airspace, letter of agreement between air
traffic control facilities including ones in adjacent FIRs. So if aircraft report it can not follow some restrictions
after airborne it may create significant negative impact on aviation safety. In case aircraft can not meet any
requirement or follow restriction after airborne, it may be dealt as violation of regulations.

c. Compliance with level/altitude restriction on SID or STAR which includes level/ altitude restrictions.

1) Pilot must always comply with the level/altitude restrictions as published unless such restrictions are
explicitly cancelled by ATC.
2) After ATC clears intermediate level/altitude with SID or STAR designator and ATC re-clears higher or lower
than initially cleared level/altitude, pilot must comply with all level/altitude restrictions on SID or
STAR(including minimum altitudes based on terrain clearance) unless ATC cancel such restrictions
explicitly.

1.6 Readback of ATC clearance

1. The pilot shall read back always to ATC safety-related parts of ATC clearances for at least the following items;

a. ATC route clearances


b. clearances and instructions to enter, land on, take off from, hold short of, cross, taxi and backtrack on any
runway
c. runway-in-use, altimeter settings, SSR codes, level instructions, heading and speed instructions

2. Other clearances or instructions, including conditional clearances, shall be read back or acknowledged in a
manner to clearly indicate that they have been understood and will be complied with.

Change : Delete the phrases.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 4/15
Effective : 1600UTC 27 MAY 2015
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 37
Republic of Korea 21 JAN 2016

1.7 CDO(Continuous Descent Operation) PROCEDURE FOR INCHEON AD

1. The CDO procedures are in place for all aircraft flying on Y644, Y722, G585 and G597 inbound to Incheon
international airport to ensure efficient arrival and approach operation as far as possible during specified time.

a. Operation time : 1400 ~ 1900 UTC


b. Available RWY : 33 L/R
c. Available procedures : BIKSI 1M, CUN 1M, MAKSA 1M, GONAV 2M

2. ATC instructions

Incheon ACC will instruct the aircraft to perform CDO when it enter Incheon FIR, as follows :

- Phraseology
controller : (Call sign), Cleared CUN(yecheon) 1M arrival. Speed & descent at pilots discretion(Report
leaving)

The above instruction(Phraseology) may be changed if necessary.

3. Pilots should report ATC when leaving the altitude of the Top of Descent(TOD)

- Phraseology
pilot : Incheon control, (Call sign), Now leaving

Reference point of descending : PULUN(IAF) at 7 000 ft

4. Pilots may maintain the ECON(Economical) SPEED on the FMS, unless ATC advises otherwise.

5. If the CDO procedure is not possible due to an emergency, weather conditions and traffic an alternate
instruction will be issued by ATC or pilot can request it.

2. VFR

2.1. VFR PROCEDURE

1. VFR Weather minimum : VFR flight will be permitted under the condition as below
a. Ground Visibility : Not less than 5 km (3 SM)
b. Ceiling : at or above 450 m (1 500 ft)

2. VFR Reporting points : Refer to Page RKSI AD 2-41.

3. VFR Traffic circuit : Refer to Page RKSI AD 2-40.

4. VFR Pattern Altitude

a. Helicopter
1) Runway : 1 000 ft AMSL
2) South Pattern for H1, H2 : 800 ft AMSL

b. Fixed wing : 1 500 ft AMSL

5. VFR Flight procedure

a. VFR aircraft shall maintain two way radio communication and get permission to enter Class B airspace from
Seoul Approach Control except

1) When landing and departing within Incheon Control Zone via VFR reporting points.
2) to transiting through Incheon Control Zone.

b. When landing on or taking off from H1, H2, helicopter shall use caution for separation from IFR traffic.
Helicopter shall contact Incheon TWR prior to departure and delay may be possible for separation between
IFR and VFR traffic.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 1/16


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 38
Republic of Korea 21 JAN 2016

c. Helicopters flying between "Z" and "Y" point along SIHWA breakwater shall maintain at or below 1 000 ft
AMSL to ensure the safety of IFR takeoff and landing traffic from/to Incheon INTL airport.

d. As practical as possible, pilot should avoid congested areas, hospital, school, institute and so on (especially
airport town near "D" point).

2.2. Special VFR

1. Special VFR flight for taking off or landing may only be permitted except helicopters, when

a. The ground visibility is not less than 1 500 m.


b. If ground visibility is not reported at airport, flight visibility is not less than 1 500 m (transition).

2. For Special VFR operations, the pilot shall :

a. fly only within control zone as cleared by Incheon Tower.


b. remain clear of clouds.
c. maintain at least 1 500 m of flight visibility.
d. maintain visual reference with surface or water.
e. Special VFR may be permitted only between sunrise and sunset unless the pilot is instrument rated and
the aircraft is equipped for IFR flight in accordance with the requirement specified in civil aeronautics law.
(Except helicopters)

3. RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE PROCEDURE

3.1. In VMCs:

1) Squawk 7600
2) Continue to fly in VMC
3) Land at nearest suitable aerodrome

3.1.1 Procedure for VFR Flights

VFR Flight which has encountered radio communication failure shall

1) Squawk 7600, and


2) If able to see the light gun signal from control tower, follow that instruction
3) If unable to see the light gun signal from control tower, hold over downwind for RWY 16/34, 15L/33R until
ETA or for 10 minutes, whichever is longer; then
4) land on RWY 16/34, 15L/33R or H1/H2 in use as appropriate.

3.2 In IMCs or when conditions are such that it does not appear likely that the pilot will complete the flight in
accordance with 3.1 :

3.2.1 DEPARTURE AIRCRAFT

1) Squawk 7600
2) Maintain the last assigned speed and level, or minimum flight altitude if higher, for a period of 7 minutes
following:
i) the time the transponder is set to Code 7600; or
ii) the time the last assigned level or minimum flight altitude is reached;
whichever is later and thereafter adjust level and speed in accordance with the filed flight plan;
3) When being vectored or having been directed by ATC, proceed in the most direct manner possible to rejoin
the current flight plan route no later than the next significant point, taking into consideration the applicable
minimum flight altitude;

3.2.2 ARRIVAL AIRCRAFT

1) Squawk 7600
2) Follow the STAR issued by ATC. When being vectored or having been directed by ATC, proceed in the most
direct manner possible to join the STAR(1.5 Assignment of STAR notified at RKSI AD 2.22 Flight Procedures)
no later than the next significant point. Then commence descent as filed.
3) Start approach to the assigned runway without delay.
4) If no specific runway for landing has been assigned, start approach to runway 15L/33R without delay. If
runway 15L/33R is closed, start approach to runway 15R/33L or runway 16/34.
* No fly area : The aircraft shall not fly north of R 270 YJU, except simultaneous approach RWY 15L/R aircraft.

Change : Flight procedure informaion.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 1/16
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 39
Republic of Korea 13 APR 2017

4. Take-off Weather Minima

3 RVR REQ
REDL & NIL
TGS*, REDL & RCL*** REDL or RCL***
Facilities RWY HIRL & REDL & RCLL (Day Only)
HIRL &
RCLL RCLL
RCLL
RVR / VIS**
15L 75 m / 300 ft 125 m / 400 ft 150 m / 500 ft 200 m / 600 ft 300 m / 1 000 ft 400 m / 1 200 ft 500 m / 1 600 ft
33R 75 m / 300 ft 125 m / 400 ft 150 m / 500 ft 200 m / 600 ft 300 m / 1 000 ft 400 m / 1 200 ft 500 m / 1 600 ft
Multi- 15R 75 m / 300 ft 125 m / 400 ft 150 m / 500 ft 200 m / 600 ft 300 m / 1 000 ft 400 m / 1 200 ft 500 m / 1 600 ft
Engine
ACFT 33L 75 m / 300 ft 125 m / 400 ft 150 m / 500 ft 200 m / 600 ft 300 m / 1 000 ft 400 m / 1 200 ft 500 m / 1 600 ft
16 75 m / 300 ft 125 m / 400 ft 150 m / 500 ft 200 m / 600 ft 300 m / 1 000 ft 400 m / 1 200 ft 500 m / 1 600 ft
34 75 m / 300 ft 125 m / 400 ft 150 m / 500 ft 200 m / 600 ft 300 m / 1 000 ft 400 m / 1 200 ft 500 m / 1 600 ft

Note : SIDs are designed in accordance with STANDARDS for FLIGHT PROCEDURE DESIGN.
* With certified TGS(Take-off Guidance System).
** The TDZ RVR/VIS may be assessed by the pilot.
*** For Night Operations at least REDL or RCLL and RENL are available.

Change : Amended phrases(REDL &/or RCLREDL &/or RCL***).


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 4/17
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 40
Republic of Korea 13 APR 2017

VFR Traffic Circuits - INCHEON INTL Airport

1 500 ft
1 500 ft
Sindo Kubongsan-A
Hill-615 ft

B : Ulwangri(Wangsan)
Wangsan Radar Antenna on top
Hill, Tower-598 ft
A A : Sammok Quay
1 000 ft

RKRE
Youngjong Helipad

1 000 ft
B H
F
E
TWR
D E : Airport Gateway I.C.
1 000 ft

D : New Airport
Town I.C.
1 000 ft

Apron
C : Jamjindo(Island) G
Baekwunsan-A
C H1, H2 Hill-840 ft
H I
X I : Sinbul I.C.
1 500 ft

1 500 ft

X : Silmido(Island)

800 ft Sinbul radar-251 ft

LEGEND
Fixed Wing
Helicopter
NOT TO SCALE

Note :
1. The area was established according to the Regulation of Airspace Management, Notification of the MOLIT.
2. For information about H1, H2, refer to RKSI AD 2.16 Helicopter Landing Area, and South Pattern altitude is 800 ft within 1 NM
from H1, H2.
3. Traffic pattern altitudes for runways are for CAT H - D.
4. Aircraft/helicopter flying via E(Airport Gateway IC) should use caution for VFR traffic around RKRE(Youngjong Heliport)
5. As pratical as possible, pilot should avoid congested areas, hospital, school, institute, and so on
(especially airport town near D point).
6. If runway 15L/R or 16 is in use, VFR should fly via I or C at or below 500 ft along southern breakwater when crossing over the south
of airport.
7. If runway 33L/R or 34 is in use, VFR should fly via A or B at or below 500 ft along northern breakwater when crossing over the north
of airport.

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 4/17


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 41
Republic of Korea 14 APR 2016

Gimpo INTL Airport - RKSS


R
N

F
Incheon INTL Airport - RKSI K
A E
D G W
I

B
C
S
X
J

Reporting Point Geographical Name Position Coordinates(WGS-84)


2.3 NM NE of Incheon
A Sammok Quay NCN R084/D1.1
37 29' 59"N 126 27' 13"E
2.9 NM SW of Incheon
B Ulwangri NCN R230/D3.5 37 27' 09"N 126 22' 51"E
2.9 NM SW of Incheon
C Jamjndo(Island) NCN R197/D4.6 37 25' 05"N 126 24' 51"E
IC 2.7 NM E of Incheon
D New Airport Town IC NCN R112/D3
37 28' 59"N 126 29' 24"E
IC 4.0 NM ENE of Incheon
E Airport Gateway IC NCN R087/D4 37 30' 21"N 126 30' 24"E
IC 10.3 NM NE of Incheon
F Buk-Incheon IC NCN R076/D1 KIP R277/D8.2 37 33' 19"N 126 37' 13"E
7.0 NM E of Incheon
G Gue-up Quay NCN R122/D4 37 29' 25"N 126 34' 54"E
IC 2.3 NM SE of Incheon
I Sinbul IC NCN R134/D3.5
37 27' 36"N 126 29' 21"E
11.7 NM SSE of Gimpo
J Jonam JCT KIP R169/D12
37 22' 13"N 126 52' 06"E
3.0 NM SW of Gimpo
K Kilo(Seoun JCT) KIP R231/D3 37 31' 25"N 126 45' 06"E
1.5 NM NNE of Gimpo
N Gaehwasan(Hill) KIP R049/D1.6 37 35' 05"N 126 48' 17"E
2.7 NM NNE of Gimpo
R Hangjukyo(Bridge) KIP R030/D2.4 37 36' 10"N 126 48' 49"E
10.0 NM SSW of Gimpo
S Sorae KIP R201/D10
37 23' 40"N 126 44' 39"E
10.9 NM SSE of Gimpo
W Wolmido(Island) KIP R248/D10.8 NCN R108/D8.2
37 28' 10"N 126 35' 53"E
4.2 NM SW of Incheon
X Silmido(Island) NCN R207/D5.8 37 24' 15"N 126 23' 25"E
10.6 NM S of Incheon
Y Younghungdo(Island) NCN R180/D12.6 37 17' 15"N 126 28' 00"E
14.2 NM SE of Incheon
Z Sihwa Breakwater NCN R119/D16.2
37 20' 00"N 126 41' 20"E

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 4/16


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 42
Republic of Korea 14 APR 2016

RKSI AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1. Green Area Maintenance within Movement Area

a. Duration: March to November.

b. Type of maintenance :

Mowing the lawn, weeding, watering, and blight and harmful insects prevention.

c. Area affected.

All green areas within Movement Area.


Maintenance work shall be conducted only when 4 000 m or more of visibility is secured.

1) Area 1
- Dimension : Area of 60 m width from runway edge.
- Working hour : At midnight only when there are few aircraft movements.
2) Area 2
- Dimension : Other green area (including taxiways) except "Area 1".
- Working hour : During the day time only.

d. Remarks

All working vehicles within the maneuvering area shall be under control of Air Traffic Control, and aircraft in
operation shall be under precaution.

2. Bird migration and concentrations in the vicinity of the airport

a. Bird migration occurs during spring, fall and winter periods. The greatest degree of activity is observed during
the following periods : whole of March ~ end of April(Spring migration), end of November ~ whole of
December(winter migration). Weather conditions may affect bird migration on movements during different
periods of the year

b. Spring and Autumn

In this period a large flock of birds, especially shorebirds is resting on the remnant of mudflats at high tide.
And at low tide they are moving and scattered to forage their foods. Most of their movement flight is occurred
on the ground surface or below about 200 ft.
The population of shorebirds reaches approximately 13 000 at one time in spring. Generally the number of
birds is more in spring than autumn but on the contrary in the vicinity of airport bird activity is more frequent
in autumn.

c. Winter
There are two ponds that are located respectively NW & SW of airport at the distance of about 4 km from the
runway.
Most of ducks inhabit at these ponds in winter and the flock size of one site is less than 400 individuals.
Ducks use this pond as resting site and only a few species feeds in the water. The movement of ducks is not
related the tide and they are flying low (200 ft) to sea around the pond.

d. In order to reduce the wildlife hazard in the vicinity of runway wildlife control activities are being lasted 24h
and include distress call, pyrotechnics, visual scares and habitat managements. On the properties of airport
farming, garbage treatment facilities are not permitted.

3. ATIS Telephone Service

a. Hours of operation : H24

b. ARS telephone number : 82-32-743-2676

c. Telephone service is reference only. For the flight operation, use ATIS on the FREQ
- ARR : 128.4, 230.25 MHz
- DEP : 128.65, 344.2 MHz

4. Light Pole Operation in the vicinity of the airport

a. Duration : From April to December


b. Operation time schedule : 19:30 21:30 and 10:30 16:30 (UTC)
c. Facility : SKY72 Golf Club and Dream Golf range

Change : Information of Bird migration and concentrations.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 4/16
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 43
Republic of Korea 26 NOV 2015

d. Diagram

5. Aesthetic Lighting for Incheon Bridge

a. Operation time schedule


- March to May : 09:30~14:00 (UTC)
- June to September : 10:00~15:00 (UTC)
- October to February : 08:30~14:00 (UTC)
b. Facility : Cable stayed bridge and pylon
c. Lamp color(1Kw, 2Kw) : White
d. Luminous : 1Kw(40cd/), 2Kw(60~70cd/)
e. Diagram

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 12/15


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 44
Republic of Korea 26 NOV 2015

6. Incheon International Airport Instrument Flight Procedure Fix(or Waypoint) Information

WGS-84(AIP) fr NCN fr WNG fr SEL fr SOT


Fix Name Pronunciation Korean
N E bearing DIST bearing DIST bearing DIST bearing DIST
ALTON [lton] 37-18-13 125-41-46 260 37 266 37 272 59 289 65
ARISU [risu] 37-39-04 126-18-19 335 11 340 15 304 33 322 48
ARONE [rn] 36-58-26 126-50-37 155 37 153 33 197 27 239 12
BELTU [beltu] 37-12-18 125-47-59 248 35 254 34 265 55 285 59
BENSE [bens] 37-37-49 126-33-10 44 10 30 13 314 22 332 39
BIANY [bini] 37-06-06 126-35-27 170 25 169 21 229 25 279 21
BINIL [binil] 37-23-49 125-13-59 272 58 276 58 278 81 290 88
BONSA [bons] 37-01-44 126-37-23 170 29 169 26 220 27 267 20
BOPTA [bopta] 36-44-06 126-36-58 177 46 177 43 208 43 231 29
COPUS [kps] 37-28-22 126-13-22 270 10 290 11 284 34 308 45
COWAY [cwe] 37-08-18 125-48-05 243 37 249 36 261 56 281 59
DANAN [dnn] 37-32-26 126-11-04 291 12 305 14 290 36 311 49
DANIL [dnil] 37-12-37 126-13-29 218 20 227 17 258 36 288 39
DULAK [du:lk] 37-32-54 126-22-59 333 4 343 8 295 27 319 41
EGOBA [egoba] 37-29-15 127-22-46 98 45 93 45 86 22 43 29
FASAP [fsp] 37-36-54 126-19-03 331 9 338 13 301 32 321 46
GONAV [gonv] 37-10-48 124-24-53 267 98 270 99 272 121 281 126
GUKDO [gukdo] 37-01-11 127-38-23 124 65 121 62 132 41 106 30
HANEE [hni] 37-31-05 126-18-29 291 6 315 8 290 30 314 43
HANQU [hnkju] 37-32-46 126-22-45 329 4 341 8 295 27 319 41
HODOL [hodol] 37-21-27 127-01-50 114 30 107 28 132 6 368 16
HOKEY [hoki] 37-22-45 126-29-55 163 8 152 4 272 21 312 31
HYEND [hiend] 37-16-41 126-37-01 153 16 147 12 249 17 307 23
IROMA [i:ro(u)m] () 37-11-40 126-26-32 186 18 189 14 249 27 290 29
JISUN [jisn] 37-21-03 126-33-30 153 11 141 7 266 18 312 27
JUNHA [du:nh] 37-17-07 126-53-22 128 25 121 23 202 8 337 13
KADAK [kkdk] 37-23-24 126-31-05 154 8 136 4 274 20 314 30
KAKSO [kkso] 37-07-45 127-26-37 122 53 118 51 132 30 92 20
KALMA [klm] 37-18-45 127-06-45 116 34 110 33 132 11 24 14
KARBU [karbu] 37-31-59 127-39-52 95 59 92 58 86 36 57 40
KESAN [kesn] 37-17-53 126-18-58 213 13 227 10 265 30 298 36
KOTRA [kotr] 37-12-21 126-32-17 171 18 171 14 244 22 294 25
KUDRY [ku:dri] 37-17-59 126-14-09 226 15 240 13 266 34 296 40
LAFAM [lfm] 37-18-55 126-19-59 211 12 226 9 266 29 300 36
LITON [liton] 37-31-57 126-43-22 89 14 73 14 314 12 338 30
MADAN [madan] 37-30-33 126-24-46 323 1 347 5 291 25 318 39
MENTO [mento 37-18-39 126-33-33 159 13 152 9 259 19 308 26
MODOE [modo] 37-31-33 126-24-10 332 2 346 6 293 26 319 40
NOPIK [nopik] 37-24-12 125-39-05 270 38 275 38 278 61 294 69
NOTIN [notin] 37-30-39 127-31-23 96 52 92 52 86 29 51 34
OLMEN [o(u)lmen] 36-44-13 126-59-28 157 53 156 49 184 41 193 22
OSPOT [o(u)spat] 36-50-18 127-20-55 139 59 137 56 157 40 143 22
PINGO [pou 37-08-28 126-03-25 228 28 235 26 257 45 282 47
PULUN [pulun] 37-10-22 126-42-56 152 24 149 20 223 18 295 16
QUZLE [kjuzl] 37-27-46 126-50-37 103 20 92 19 314 5 346 24
RANOS [rnos] 37-24-31 126-08-09 258 15 273 15 278 38 302 47
REBIT [rb t] 37-12-03 125-29-13 257 49 261 48 268 70 283 74
RONJI [rni] 37-27-47 126-13-29 267 10 287 11 283 34 308 45
SANHO [snho] 37-12-31 126-05-35 231 24 240 22 261 42 287 46
SCOTT [skt] 37-37-02 126-19-17 333 9 339 13 301 31 321 46
SI361 37-16-18 126-58-23 125 29 119 27 174 9 353 11
SI362 37-06-20 127-07-41 133 41 129 38 160 21 90 5
SI363 37-02-27 126-47-58 155 32 152 29 203 23 262 12

Change : Amended an error.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP AMDT 12/15
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 45
Republic of Korea 1 MAY 2014

WGS-84(AIP) fr NCN fr WNG fr SEL fr SOT


Fix Name Pronunciation Korean
N E bearing DIST bearing DIST bearing DIST bearing DIST
SI512 37-30-15 126-23-16 293 2 333 5 290 26 317 39
SI516 37-17-34 126-29-58 173 13 172 9 259 22 303 28
SI522 37-30-32 126-24-44 322 1 346 5 291 25 318 39
SI526 37-21-25 126-37-29 140 12 126 10 265 15 317 25
SI532 37-30-40 126-24-57 333 1 349 5 292 25 318 39
SI536 37-21-35 126-37-40 139 12 125 10 265 15 317 25
SI537 37-12-04 126-27-46 183 18 185 14 248 26 291 28
SI556 37-30-25 126-20-45 288 4 320 7 289 28 315 41
SI563 37-20-49 126-33-21 154 11 143 7 265 18 312 27
SI566 37-35-45 126-23-42 352 6 353 10 301 28 323 43
SI573 37-20-57 126-33-35 153 11 142 7 266 18 312 27
SI576 37-35-50 126-23-58 354 6 354 10 302 28 323 43
SI577 37-33-24 126-15-42 303 9 317 12 293 33 315 46
SI701 37-23-16 126-29-16 165 7 154 3 274 21 312 31
SI702 37-16-47 126-31-13 169 14 168 10 256 21 302 27
SI703 37-22-18 126-35-07 143 11 127 7 269 17 316 27
SI704 37-16-16 126-37-44 153 16 146 13 247 17 307 22
SI705 37-30-13 126-22-08 288 3 326 6 290 27 316 40
SI706 37-30-30 126-10-57 282 12 297 14 287 36 310 48
SI707 37-34-45 126-21-19 333 6 341 10 298 29 320 44
SI710 37-08-12 126-30-36 178 22 179 18 238 26 284 25
SI711 37-08-08 126-21-03 198 22 203 18 247 32 282 33
SI712 37-07-59 126-04-48 226 27 233 25 256 44 281 46
SI713 37-34-47 126-12-31 304 12 315 15 294 36 315 49
SI721 36-53-09 126-37-29 174 38 174 34 213 35 245 23
SI722 37-02-20 126-30-58 179 28 180 24 229 30 270 25
SI723 36-52-38 126-34-10 178 38 178 34 216 37 248 26
SI730 37-10-06 126-58-43 134 33 130 30 179 15 338 5
SI731 36-55-29 127-09-44 142 49 139 46 167 31 156 12
SI732 37-07-18 126-37-45 165 24 163 21 227 23 283 19
SI740 37-18-23 127-07-21 117 35 111 33 133 11 27 13
SI741 37-19-29 126-27-31 180 10 184 7 265 23 305 31
SI742 37-19-18 126-42-39 136 17 126 14 250 12 320 21
SI743 37-19-05 127-00-31 119 30 112 28 154 7 363 14
SI750 37-33-32 126-22-25 333 5 342 8 296 28 320 42
SI751 37-38-27 126-20-39 343 10 346 13 304 31 323 46
SI752 37-40-13 126-26-50 12 11 367 14 312 28 329 44
SI753 37-38-29 126-32-49 40 10 28 13 315 23 333 40
SI754 37-24-48 126-48-27 113 19 102 17 278 6 339 22
SI755 37-19-12 126-53-45 123 25 115 22 203 6 342 15
SI852 37-02-20 126-30-58 179 28 180 24 229 30 270 25
SI853 37-20-15 126-35-48 148 12 137 9 262 17 313 25
SI854 37-08-38 126-23-11 194 21 198 18 246 31 284 31
SI855 36-55-26 126-43-10 166 37 165 33 207 31 244 18
SI857 37-15-10 127-13-15 119 41 114 38 132 17 52 13
SI901 37-10-46 126-19-56 202 20 208 16 252 32 287 34
SI902 37-06-54 126-21-48 196 23 200 20 245 32 280 32

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP 9TH EDITION


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 46
Republic of Korea 1 MAY 2014

WGS-84(AIP) fr NCN fr WNG fr SEL fr SOT


Fix Name Pronunciation Korean
N E bearing DIST bearing DIST bearing DIST bearing DIST
SI903 37-04-21 126-24-47 190 25 193 22 238 32 276 30
SI904 37-02-46 126-28-41 183 27 185 23 232 31 272 27
SI905 37-02-41 126-35-32 172 28 172 24 224 27 270 21
SI912 37-01-11 126-55-13 148 37 145 34 189 24 238 7
SI913 37-04-08 126-57-48 143 36 139 33 183 21 253 4
SI914 37-07-32 126-59-17 137 35 133 32 178 18 320 3
SI915 37-12-47 126-59-15 130 32 125 29 175 12 351 7
SI921 37-13-50 127-05-22 124 35 119 33 153 13 27 9
SI922 37-09-51 127-05-51 130 38 125 35 159 17 45 5
SI923 37-06-22 127-05-22 134 39 130 36 165 20 84 3
SI924 37-03-01 127-04-03 139 41 136 37 171 23 155 3
SI925 36-59-03 127-01-08 145 42 142 38 178 26 193 7
SI931 37-25-42 125-57-09 268 23 277 24 279 47 299 55
SI932 37-21-57 126-01-28 256 21 267 21 274 43 297 51
SI933 37-19-49 126-07-09 244 18 257 17 271 39 296 46
SI934 37-19-33 126-13-24 232 14 247 13 269 34 298 41
SI935 37-21-37 126-20-11 217 9 239 7 272 29 304 37
SI941 37-17-27 126-23-40 196 12 205 9 262 27 299 33
SI942 37-15-08 126-17-29 213 16 223 13 261 32 293 37
SI943 37-14-25 126-11-17 225 19 235 17 262 37 290 41
SI944 37-14-50 126-06-18 234 22 244 20 264 41 290 45
SI945 37-16-07 126-01-33 243 24 252 23 267 44 290 49
SI946 37-18-50 125-56-18 253 26 262 26 271 48 292 54
SI947 37-23-06 125-51-47 264 28 272 28 276 51 296 59
SONJA sonj 37-24-27 125-59-24 264 22 274 22 278 45 299 53
SOSIK sosik 37-19-35 126-15-14 228 13 244 11 269 33 299 40
SUMIN sumin 37-20-55 126-33-16 154 11 141 7 266 18 312 28
TANDE tnd 37-36-21 126-17-49 324 9 333 13 299 32 319 47
TOMAL toml 37-16-49 126-37-15 153 16 146 12 250 17 308 23
TOSCA tsk 36-54-32 126-46-30 163 39 161 35 202 31 236 17
UCOVA [jucov] 37-23-32 126-31-18 153 8 133 4 274 20 314 30
VOFHA vofh 37-32-13 126-21-30 314 4 333 8 293 28 318 42
WINDY [windi] 37-21-51 126-27-18 179 8 184 4 271 23 308 32
WUNSO [wuns] 37-31-31 126-23-51 327 2 344 6 293 26 318 40

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIP 9TH EDITION


A I P RKSI AD 2 - 47
Republic of Korea 26 NOV 2015

RKSI AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO THE AERODROME

Aerodrome Chart - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-1

Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-3

Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart(DEP) - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-6


Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart(ARR) - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-7
Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart(DEP) - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-8
Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart(ARR) - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-9

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A RKSI AD CHART 2-10


Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A RKSI AD CHART 2-11
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A RKSI AD CHART 2-12
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A RKSI AD CHART 2-13
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A RKSI AD CHART 2-14
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A RKSI AD CHART 2-15
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type B RKSI AD CHART 2-16

Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO - RWY 15R RKSI AD CHART 2-17
Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO - RWY 33L RKSI AD CHART 2-18
Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO - RWY 15L RKSI AD CHART 2-19
Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO - RWY 33R RKSI AD CHART 2-20
Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO - RWY 16 RKSI AD CHART 2-21
Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO - RWY 34 RKSI AD CHART 2-22

Area Chart - ICAO (DEP) RKSI AD CHART 2-23

SID - ICAO - RWY 15L/R - RNAV BINIL 1K, RNAV BOPTA 1K RKSI AD CHART 2-24
SID - ICAO - RWY 15L/R - RNAV OSPOT 1K, RNAV EGOBA 1K RKSI AD CHART 2-25
SID - ICAO - RWY 15L/R - SEL 1S, SOT 1S RKSI AD CHART 2-26
SID - ICAO - RWY 16 - RNAV BINIL 1S, RNAV BOPTA 1S RKSI AD CHART 2-27
SID - ICAO - RWY 16 - RNAV OSPOT 1S, RNAV EGOBA 1S RKSI AD CHART 2-28
SID - ICAO - RWY 15L/R - RADAR 4S / RWY 16 - RADAR 3U RKSI AD CHART 2-29
SID - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - RNAV NOPIK 1L, RNAV BOPTA 1L RKSI AD CHART 2-30
SID - ICAO RWY 33L/R - RNAV NOPIK 9Z, BOPTA 9Z RKSI AD CHART 2-30-2
SID - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - RNAV OSPOT 1L, RNAV EGOBA 1L RKSI AD CHART 2-31
SID - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - RNAV OSPOT 1G, RNAV EGOBA 1G RKSI AD CHART 2-32
SID - ICAO RWY 33L/R - RNAV OSPOT 9Z, RNAV EGOBA 9Z RKSI AD CHART 2-32-2
SID - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - SEL 1A, SOT 1A RKSI AD CHART 2-33
SID - ICAO - RWY 34 - RNAV NOPIK 1Y, RNAV BOPTA 1Y RKSI AD CHART 2-34
SID - ICAO - RWY 34 - RNAV OSPOT 1Y, RNAV EGOBA 1Y RKSI AD CHART 2-35
SID - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - RADAR 3A / RWY 34 - RADAR 3D RKSI AD CHART 2-36

Area Chart - ICAO (ARR) RKSI AD CHART 2-37

STAR - ICAO - RWY 15L/R - RNAV SEL 1T RKSI AD CHART 2-38-2


STAR - ICAO - RWY 15L/R - GUKDO 1A, KARBU 1A RKSI AD CHART 2-39
STAR - ICAO - RWY 15L/R, RWY 16 - RNAV OLMEN 1N, RNAV GUKDO 1N, RNAV KARBU 1N RKSI AD CHART 2-40
STAR - ICAO - RWY 15L/R, RWY 16 - RNAV REBIT 1N RKSI AD CHART 2-41
STAR - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - RNAV BIKSI 1M, RNAV CUN 1M RKSI AD CHART 2-42
STAR - ICAO - RWY 33L/R - RNAV MAKSA 1M, RNAV GONAV 2M RKSI AD CHART 2-43
STAR - ICAO - RWY 33L/R, RWY 34 - RNAV GUKDO 1P, RNAV KARBU 1P RKSI AD CHART 2-44
STAR - ICAO - RWY 33L/R, RWY 34 - RNAV COWAY 1A RKSI AD CHART 2-45
STAR - ICAO - RWY 33L/R, RWY 34 - RNAV COWAY 1P, RNAV OLMEN 1P RKSI AD CHART 2-46

Change : Withdrawal the procedure.


OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 12/15
Effective : 1600UTC 6 JAN 2016
A I P RKSI AD 2 - 48
Republic of Korea 1 OCT 2015

ATC Surveillance Minimum Altitude Chart - ICAO RKSI AD CHART 2-47

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15L - ILS Z or LOC Z RKSI AD CHART 2-48
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15L - ILS Y or LOC Y RKSI AD CHART 2-48-2
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15L - RNAV(GNSS) RKSI AD CHART 2-49
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15L - VOR RKSI AD CHART 2-50
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15R - ILS Z or LOC Z RKSI AD CHART 2-51
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15R - ILS Y or LOC Y RKSI AD CHART 2-51-2
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 15R - RNAV(GNSS) RKSI AD CHART 2-52
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 16 - ILS or LOC RKSI AD CHART 2-53
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 16 - RNAV(GNSS) RKSI AD CHART 2-54
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 33L - ILS or LOC RKSI AD CHART 2-55
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 33L - RNAV(GNSS) RKSI AD CHART 2-56
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 33R - ILS or LOC RKSI AD CHART 2-57
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 33R - RNAV(GNSS) RKSI AD CHART 2-58
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 33R - VOR RKSI AD CHART 2-59
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 34 - ILS or LOC RKSI AD CHART 2-60
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 34 - RNAV(GNSS) RKSI AD CHART 2-61

Visual Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY15L - HANEE RKSI AD CHART 2-62


Visual Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY15R - HANEE RKSI AD CHART 2-63

Bird concentrates in the vicinity of airport RKSI AD CHART 2-64

OFFICE OF CIVIL AVIATION AIRAC AIP AMDT 10/15


Effective : 1600UTC 11 NOV 2015