LPCS — CASCAIS

LPCS AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

LPCS — CASCAIS

LPCS AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

1ARP coordinates and site

LAT: 384332N*

LONG: 0092119W*

Runway center Line, 464 meters from Threshold Runway 17

2Direction and distance of ARP from city or town

12KM (6.5NM) NE from Cascais

3Elevation/Reference temperature

99.32M / 326FT

22.9º C (AUG)

4Geoid undulation at aerodrome elevation position54M
5MAG / Annual change3ºW(2020) / 0.14º decreasing
6AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS
Post:

Cascais Dinâmica-Gestão da Economia, Turismo e Empreendedorismo
Avenida Clotilde
Edifício Centro de Congressos do Estoril, 3ºA
2765-211 ESTORIL

Tel: +351 214647570

Fax: +351 214647576

AFS: LPCSYDYA

URL:https://aerodromo-cascais.pt

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR/VFR

8Remarks* Coordinates identified by an asterisk ( * ) means that those coordinates are transformed into WGS-84, but whose accuracydoes not meet the requirements of Annex 14, Appendix 5.

LPCS AD 2.3  Operational hours

1AD OperatorAD Operational Hours:08:00-SS (07:00-SS)
Administration: Working Days: 09:00-13:00 (08:00-12:00) and 14:00-18:00 (13:00-17:00)
2Customs and immigration24HR PPR
3Health and sanitation24HR PPR
4AIS Briefing OfficeNIL
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)NIL
6MET Briefing OfficeSummer: 06:00-20:00, Winter: 07:00-19:00. The MET Office operates until 23:59 (22:59) if requested by Cascais AD operator.
7ATSHO
8Fuelling*07:00-SS (06:00-SS)Other times on request with surcharge
9Handling

07:00-23:59 (06:00-22:59)

10Security

H24

11De-icing

Not available

12RemarksAD Hours of service:
Between SS and 23:59 (SS and 22:59), 07:00 and 07:59 (06:00 and 06:59) only with PPR till SS. Between 00:00 and 06:59 (23:00 and 05:59) aerodrome is closed.
Pre-Flight Information Bulletins can be supplied according GEN 3.1.1, via direct contact (telephone, Fax or email) preferential with Lisboa AIS/ARO aerodrome unit or with any other AIS/ARO aerodrome unit.
* Refuelling after SS available on PPR and subject to following conditions:
Until 30 minutes after Sunset without additional charges.
Between Sunset plus 30 minutes and 23:59 (22:59) additional charges will be applied.

LPCS AD 2.4  Handling services and facilities

1Cargo handling facilities:

It is mandatory to have a Handling Agent for non-based aircraft that must be arranged by operators.


Available from aerodrome:

1 GPU, 28 and 115 Volts.

1 Lavatory unit.

1 Passenger stairs.

2 Tractors.

2 Loaders.

1 Electric push-back (Mototok).

2Fuel/oil types

AVGAS 100LL and JET Fuel

All types of oil

3Fuelling facilities/capacity1 Truck, capacity 20000 litres JET A1.
2 Trailers, capacity 2000 litres AVGAS 100 LL.
4De-icing facilitiesNIL
5Hangar space available for visiting aircraftNIL
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Minor repairs by arrangement with:

Aeromec-Manutenção de Aeronaves

URL:https://aeromec.pt/

Email:aog@aeromec.pt

Tel:+351 915337458


Helisuporte

URL:https://www.heliportugal.pt/helisuporte/

Email:info@heliportugal.pt

Tel:+351 214447230

Fax:+351 214448067


IFA industries


Seven Air - Maintenance

URL:https://maintenance.sevenair.com/

Email:info@sevenair.com

Tel:+351 214444545

Fax:+351 214459369


Tag Aviation

7Remarks

Oxygen and related servicing: only on request

LPCS AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

1Hotels

Near the aerodrome, in Cascais and Lisboa.

2Restaurants

AD Restaurant

3TransportationBus, taxi and rent-a-car from the aerodrome.
4Medical facilitiesFirst Aid Treatment; Ambulance; Hospital in Alcabideche8KM (4.5NM)
5Bank and Post OfficeIn the vicinity of aerodrome
6Tourist OfficeNIL
7Remarks

NIL

LPCS AD 2.6  Rescue and fire fighting services

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 5
Higher category up to CAT 7 available by PPR to Cascais Airport operations SOA at least 24 hours prior operation, via email:
2Rescue equipmentIn accordance with Table 5.2 of ICAO DOC. 9137 - AN/898 PART I and Regulamento nº. 401/2017 ANAC.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftHigh stability pneumatic lifting bags.
4Remarks

Available between 07:00 and 23:59 (06:00 and 22:59)

LPCS AD 2.7  RUNWAY SURFACE CONDITION ASSESSEMENT AND REPORTING AND SNOW PLAN

1Type(s) of clearing equipmentNIL
2Clearance prioritiesNIL
3Use of material for movement area surface treatmentNIL
4Specially prepared winter runwaysNIL
5RemarksFor further information, see also section AD 1.2.2. - RUNWAY SURFACE CONDITIONS ASSESSMENT AND REPORTING AND SNOW PLAN.

LPCS AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

1

Apron Surface and Strength

APRON

SURFACE

STRENGTH

A

Asphalt

PCN 03/F/C/W/T

B1

PCN 03/F/C/W/T

B2

PCN20/F/A/W/T

C

PCN13/R/A/W/T

D

PCN21/R/A/W/T

E

PCN12/R/B/W/T

2

Taxiway width, surface and strength

TAXIWAY

WIDTH

SURFACE

STRENGTH

F

8 M

Asphalt

PCN19/F/C/W/T

H

17 M

PCN19/F/C/W/T

G

17 M

PCN19/F/C/W/T

J

17 MPCN25/F/B/W/T

K

17 MPCN26/F/A/W/T

L

17 MPCN26/F/A/W/T

R

17 MPCN19/F/C/W/T

S

17 MPCN19/F/C/W/T

W

18 M

PCN35/F/B/W/T

N, O, P

19 M

PCN 19/F/C/W/T

TAXILANEWIDTHSURFACESTRENGTH

M

15M

Asphalt

PCN35/F/B/W/T

A1

15M

PCN 03/F/C/W/T

3

Altimeter Check Location and Elevation

LOCATION

ELEVATION

THR 17

326FT

THR 35

287FT

4

VOR Check Points location

See Chart LPCS AD 2.24.01-1

5

INS Check Points positions

See Chart LPCS AD 2.24.02-1

6

Remarks

NIL

LPCS AD 2.9  Surface movement guidance and control system and markings

1Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system at aircraft stands

Reflector edge lights.

2RWY/TWY markings and lights

RWY markings: RWY designation, RWY centre line, THR, RWY edge (side strip), aiming points, RWY turn pad, VOR check point.

TWY markings: TWY centre line, TWY edge (side strip), RWY holding positions.

RWY lights: RWY edge, THR, RWY end, RWY turn pads, RETIL.

TWY lights: TWY edge.

3Stop barsNIL
4Remarks

NIL

LPCS AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

In Area 2
Obst. ID
Designation
Obst. TypeObst. PositionElevation / HGTMarkings
Type, Colour
Remarks
abcdef
LPCS 01Antenna384453.7N 0092141.1W201M/Fixed Red LightLocated at 1900M from RWY end
LPCS_0703Tree384306.3N 0092105.3W104M/17MNILNIL
In Area 3
Obst. ID
Designation
Obst. TypeObst. PositionElevation / HGTMarkings
Type, Colour
Remarks
abcdef
LPCS 02Antenna - Visibility Meter384337.5N 0092118.6W102M/NILNIL
LPCS 03Antenna384337.4N 0092118.3W110M/NILNIL
LPCS 04Antenna - WDI384336.7N 0092118.0W105M/NILNIL

LPCS AD 2.11  Meteorological information provided

1Associated MET OfficeCASCAIS AMO
2Hours of service Summer: 06:00-20:00, Winter: 07:00-19:00. The MET Office operates until 23:59 (22:59) if requested by Cascais AD operator.
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO
9 HR - issuance every 3 hours during operational hours (see GEN 3.5.4)
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
NIL
5Briefing/consultation providedBriefing on observed meteorological conditions: personal or by telephone.
Briefing on expected meteorological conditions: by telephone provided by the CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO (see GEN 3.5.4).
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
C, CR English, Portuguese
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationP, S, SWH, SWM, W
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationSelf-briefing
9ATS units provided with informationCascais TWR
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)CASCAIS AMO:

Tel: +351 214457310

Fax: +351 214444937

Email: lpcs@ipma.pt

CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO:

Tel: +351 218474583

Fax: +351 218402370

Email: met.aero@ipma.pt

LPCS AD 2.12  Runway physical characteristics

DesignationsTRUE BRGDimensions of RWY (m)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR COORD
RWY End COORD
THR Geoid Undulation
THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWYSlope of RWY/SWY
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17

164.081400x30

PCN 42/F/B/W/T

Asph.

THR 17
384346.13N
0092124.48W
GEOID Undulation
54M

THR ELEV.

99M

- 1.1º

35

344.08

THR 35

384308.41N 0092110.74W

RWY END

384352.06N
0092126.64W
GEOID Undulation
54M
THR ELEV.88M

+ 1.1º

DesignationsSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESAOFZRemarks
18910111213

17

NIL150X301520X8090X60

NIL

RESA:
PCN 42/F/B/W/T

RWY FCT CLBR: 0.74

35

190X30190X3090X60

LPCS AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
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17

1540M*1690M*1540M*1210M* Including starter extension of 140M

35

1350M**1540M**1540M**1400M** Including starter extension of 140M

LPCS AD 2.14  Approach and runway lighting

RWY DesignatorAPCH light Type / Length / IntensityTHR Light colour/WBARVASIS typeTDZ lengthRWY Centre Line Lights Length / spacing / colour/ IntensityRWY edge Lights Length / spacing / colour/ IntensityRWY End Lights Colour / WBARSWY Light Length / ColourRemarks
12345678910

17

Simple approach lighting system (300 M)

300M

LIL / LIM / LIH

Colour

Green

WBAR

NIL

APAPI 4° left and right side

MEHT 26FT

NIL

NIL

1400M

Spacing

60M

White

White / Yellow

LIL / LIM / LIH

Colour

Red

WBAR

NIL

NIL

NIL

35

Strobe Lights

L / R THR RWY

APAPI 3° left and right side

MEHT 26FT

NIL

NIL

LPCS AD 2.15  Other lighting, secondary power supply

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation

ABN Location

384329N 0092114W

Light G / W

IBN

CAS G

Operation in low visibility conditions and after SUNSET

2LDI location and lighting Anemometer location and lighting

LDI - NIL

Anemometers:
- 300M south of THR RWY 17 and 68M east of RWY centreline.
- 343M north of THR 35 and 90M west of RWY centreline.
Lighted.
3TWY edge and centre line lighting

Taxiway Edge Lights and/or Reflectors

4Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Secondary Power Supply in accordance with Annex 14

5Remarks

Emergency lights available.

LPCS AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATONIL
2TLOF and/or FATO elevationNIL
3TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, markingNIL
4True BRG of FATONIL
5Declared distance available

NIL

6APCH and FATO lightingNIL
7RemarksNIL

LPCS AD 2.17  ATS airspace

1Designation and lateral limits

CASCAIS CTR

384740N 0093520W - 384533N 0092709W then acounterclockwise arc 7.5NM radius centred on 385241N0092407W to 384636N 0091827W - 384122N 0091634W -383529N 0091426W then a clockwise arc 11NM radius centredon 384454N 0092143W to 384740N 0093520W.
2Vertical limitsSFC / 2000FT ALT
3Airspace classification

C

4ATS unit call sign / Language(s)

Cascais Tower

EN, PT

5Transition altitude

4000 FT

6RemarksNIL

LPCS AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of OperationRemarks
12345

TWR

CASCAIS Tower

120.305 MHZ

HO

Primary

119.905 MHZ

HO

Secondary

121.500 MHZ

HO

Emergency

243.000 MHZ

HO

Emergency

313.700 MHZ

HO

SMC

CASCAIS Ground

121.830 MHZ

HO** See AD 2.20.3

LPCS AD 2.19  Radio navigation and landing aids

Type Category (MAG Variation) (VOR Declination)IDFrequencyHours of operationSite of transmitting antenna coordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
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DVOR/DME
(03º W - 2020)

CAS

114.3MHZ CH90X

H24

384453.7N 0092143.3W

700FT

Coverage: 60NM DVOR Sectors not usable: 030/060 byd 20NM below FL100 290/350 byd 10NM below FL100

DVOR/DME
(02º W - 2020)
ESP112.50MHZ
CH72X
H24382526.9N 0091108.4W180MCoverage:
203º/315º - 200NM FL500 315º/203º - 80NM FL500 Not usable: 060º/080º BLW 4000FT
BYD 30NM
DVOR/DME
(02º W - 2020)
FTM113.500MHZ
CH82X
H24393956.5N 0082933.5W700FT

Coverage:

60NM FL500

Not usable:

210º/230º BYD 35NM BLW 4000FT

BYD 40NM BLW 5000FT

BYD 47NM BLW 6000FT

RDL 173 BYD 65NM at or BLW 9500FT

LPCS AD 2.20  Local traffic regulations

Local Flying restrictions

Night operation

Training and instruction flights: Monday to Friday, except holidays. Requests till 2 hours before SS. Maximum duration of 2 hours after sunset. A maximum of 4 aircrafts simultaneously is allowed within aerodrome traffic circuit.

Ultralight Flights

Ultralight Flights are permitted at CASCAIS Aerodrome.

Push-Back, engine start-up and taxi procedures

Traffic for push-back, start-up and taxi must contact Cascais Ground on frequency 121.830 MHZ. All traffic must monitor Cascais Ground immediately after vacating RWY.

When requesting start-up report APRON.

On apron D, the use of minimum thrust is required when entering or exiting the parking platform to avoid jet blast damage and injuries.

After vacating the RWY all traffic must monitor Cascais Ground frequency 121.830 MHZ, do not stop taxi unless ATC instructed. Perform after landing check list inside the APRON.

VFR Flights

Due to high demand, traffic patterns for training and instruction flights only available if traffic permits.

Unless otherwise instructed by ATC, VFR departing traffic should fly upwind until SIERRA point (RWY17) or NOVEMBER point (RWY35) before turning to downwind or leaving traffic pattern.

LPCS AD 2.21  Noise abatement procedures

1. See AD 1.1.6.1 Noise Abatement Procedures

2. See AD 1.1.7 Restrictions for nocturnal flights for civil aircraft on Portuguese airports and/or aerodromes

Engine tests:

Are only allowed between 08:00-SS (07:00-SS) except medical emergency, humanitarian purpose and urgent position flights, whenever necessary to ensure operational readiness, in the following areas:

LPCS AD 2.22  Flight procedures

1. DEPARTURES ON RUNWAY 35

All departures on RWY 35 are visual departures and shall be made with visual reference with the terrain due to:
  1. Obstacle referred in LPCS AD 2.10 Aerodrome Obstacles;
  2. Sintra mountainous area; and
  3. Restricted area LPR4269A.
All departures RWY35 shall maintain south of Sintra mountainous area and the restricted area LPR4269A.

2. NON-RNAV STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE (SID) FROM CASCAIS AERODROME

RUNWAY 17/35

GENERAL REMARKS:

Standard instrument departures available only for NON-RNAV ACFT.

The Instrument departures RWY35 begin after intercepting the outbound DVOR CAS radial.

SPEED ADJUSTMENT

See ENR 1.5.4

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:

In the event of RCF Squawk A 7600:

  1. Fly at/to the last assigned and acknowledged level or to the level of SIDFL060 if is higher than the last assigned level until passing 35NM DME CAS DVOR/DME;
  2. Thereafter adjust level and speed in accordance with the filed Flight Plan;
  3. If being Radar Vectored or proceeding offset, when passing 35NM DME CAS DVOR/DME, rejoin the current Flight Plan route and proceed in accordance with para 2 above;
  4. If cleared direct to..., fly at/to the assigned and acknowledged level or to A3000FTFL060, whichever is higher, until passing 35NM DME CAS DVOR/DME, maintain the current Flight Plan route and proceed in accordance with para 2 above.

STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE (SID) DESCRIPTION: See back of charts LPCS AD 2.24.08-1 and LPCS AD 2.24.08-3

3. RNAV STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE FROM CASCAIS AERODROME

RUNWAY 17/35

GENERAL REMARKS:

If unable to comply with RNAV Departure Routes, advise ATC. All departures on RWY35 are visual departures and shall be made with visual reference with the terrain due to:

  1. Obstacles referred in LPCS AD 2.10 Aerodrome Obstacles;
  2. Sintra mountainous area;
  3. Restricted area LPR69A

All departures RWY35 shall maintain south of Sintra mountainous area and the restricted area LPR69A. RNAV 1 specification for RWY35 applied from Initial Departure Fix (IDF).

SPEED ADJUSTMENT

See ENR 1.5.4

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:

In the event of RCF Squawk A 7600:

  1. Fly at/to the last assigned and acknowledged level or FL060 if higher than the last assigned level until passing 35NM DME CAS DVOR/DME.
  2. Thereafter adjust level and speed in accordance with the filed Flight Plan
  3. If being Radar Vectored or proceeding offset, when passing 35NM DME CAS DVOR/DME, rejoin the current Flight Plan route and proceed in accordance with para 2 above;
  4. If cleared direct to..., fly at/to the assigned and acknowledged level or to FL060, whichever is higher, until passing 35NM DME CAS DVOR/DME, maintain the current Flight Plan route and proceed in accordance with para 2 above.

See also RNAV SID charts.

34. NON-RNAV STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVAL (STAR) TO CASCAIS AERODROME

RUNWAY 35

GENERAL REMARKS

NON RNAV ACFT shall proceed on airways to ESP and expect ATC instructions for final approach.

SPEED ADJUSTMENT

See ENR 1.5.4

RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE

In the event of RCF or RCF and RNAV capability loss, squawk A7600, fly at/to the last assigned level DCT to ESP holding pattern. Start descent to initial approach altitude to carry out a standard IFR approach according to IAC.

In the event of RCF squawk A7600, fly at/to the last assigned level to 7 DME CAS DVOR/DME Holding Pattern according CPL or EAT (when received and acknowledged) start descent to initial approach altitude to carry out a standard IFR approach according to IAC.

STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVAL (STAR) DESCRIPTION: See back of chart LPCS AD 2.24.10-1

5. RNAV STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVAL (STAR) TO CASCAIS AERODROME

RUNWAY 35

GENERAL REMARKS:

If unable to comply with RNAV Arrival Routes, advise ATC.

SPEED ADJUSTMENT

Descend via Mach number until transition to 280KT. Maintain 280Kts until slowed by the STAR or assigned by ATC.

See ENR 1.5.4

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:

In the event of RCF:

  1. Squawk A7600
  2. Perform the assigned RNAV STAR, if received and acknowledged, or FPL RNAV STAR.
  3. Descend to the last cleared Flight Level or FL110, whichever is lower, and hold over CASLU.
  4. Commence descent in the holding and when levelled at 3000FT complete the STAR and start the Instrument Approach Procedure. Until final landing complying with both FL and speed constraints.

See also RNAV STAR charts.

46. VISUAL APPROACH PROCEDURES

RCF inside Cascais CTR for VFR traffic only.

Radio Communications Failure: in the event of RCF squawk A7600. Proceed to Charlie point if flying East of RWY extended centreline or to Bravo point if flying West of RWY extended centreline, to hold visual at 1500FT and squawk IDENT when established in holding. After 3 minutes holding, proceed to the field at 1500FT to observe wind direction indicator and once determined the suitable landing direction, join left base leg RWY35 or left base leg RWY17 for a full stop landing. Watch and acknowledge TWR visual light signals.

57. HOLDING PROCEDURES

HLDG ID/FIX/WPTCoordinatesINBD TR(MAG)Direction of PTNMAX IAS(KT)MNM-MAXHLDG LVLFL/FT (MSL)TIME (MIN)or DISTOUBD
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CASLU

CASLU

383224N0094836W

357°

LEFT

230

3000FT ALT

FL140

1 MIN

EKMAR

EKMAR

383327N0093117W

RDL222-DME26 LIS DVOR/DME

042

LEFT

230

3000FT ALT

FL140

5 NM

EKMAR

EKMAR

383327N0093117W

RDL222-DME26 LIS DVOR/DME

042

LEFT

230

FL 150

FL 200

8 NM

ESPICHEL/ESP

ESPICHEL DVOR/DME

382527N0091108W

030RIGHT2003000FT ALT FL 0801 MIN

ESPICHEL/ESP

ESPICHEL DVOR/DME

382527N0091108W

030

RIGHT

230

FL090

FL140

1 MIN

ESPICHEL/ESP

ESPICHEL DVOR/DME

382527N0091108W

030

RIGHT

280

FL150

FL999

1.5 MIN

UNPOT

UNPOT

381046N0100000W

049°

LEFT

230

FL110 FL140

1 MIN

LPCS AD 2.23  Additional information

1. Bird hazard warning

Possible bird concentration on the vicinity of the Aerodrome.

2. Handling services

Handling is mandatory for non-based aircraft and operators, as well as for operators without an established account with the airport administrative services. Handling service must be arranged from one of the authorized agents mentioned on the list below:

Omni Handling

URL:www.omnihandling.com/

Email:cascais@omnihandling.com

Tel:+351 919897608

Safeport

URL:www.safeport.aero

Email:cascais@safeport.aero

Tel:+351 210040425

Tel:+351 910285358

Sevenair

URL:https://sevenair.com

Email:info@sevenair.com

Tel:+351 214444545

SkyValet

URL:www.skyvalet.com

Email:lpcs.fbo@skyvalet.pt

Tel:+351 211328947

Tel:+351 910996318

Wexjet Aviation

URL:www.wexjet.com

Email:handling@wexjet.com

Tel:+351 218701025

LPCS AD 2.24  Charts related to an aerodrome

NamePage
AERODROME CHART - ICAO
AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART ICAO - APRONS C AND D
AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART ICAO - APRONS A AND B
AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART ICAO - APRON E
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) - RWY 17
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) - RWY 35
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) - RNAV RWY 17
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) - RNAV RWY 35
STANDARD ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT (STAR) - RNAV RWY 35
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART ICAO - DVOR/DME RWY 35 CAT A AND B
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART ICAO - RNP RWY 35 CAT A-B
VISUAL APPROACH CHART ICAO