LPLA — LAJES

LPLA AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

LPLA — LAJES

LPLA AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

1ARP coordinates and site

LAT: 384543N

LONG: 0270527W

Intersection Runway 15/33 with Taxiway “F”

2Direction and distance of ARP from town

15 KM (8.1 NM) NE from Angra do Heroismo

3Elevation/Reference temperature

55 M / 180 FT THR RWY 33

24.8°C (AUG)

4Geoid undulation at aerodrome elevation position

59 M / 193 FT

5MAG VAR/Annual change

10º W (2020) / 0.17º decreasing

6AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFSAir Base NR4 Commander -
Portuguese Air Force

Post:
Comando da Base Aérea N4,
Estrada do Juncal, porta da BA4
9760-402 PRAIA DA VITÓRIA

Ilha Terceira, Açores,
Portugal
Phone: +351 295512005

Air Operations Centre:
Phone: +351 295540779
(OPS Duty Officer) +351 295540524
Fax: +351 295540792
Email: ba4_go_noa_soa@emfa.pt
ba4_odo@emfa.pt
AFS: LPLAYDYA
Telegraphic address: BASEQUATRO
Civilian Operations Terminal
Post:

Aerogare Civil das Lajes Pedreira - Lajes 9760-251 LAJES VPV
Ilha Terceira - Açores
Portugal

Administration:

Tel: +351 295545450/4

Fax: +351 295512205

Email:acl.geral@azores.gov.pt

URL: http://aerogarelajes.azores.gov.pt

Air Operations Service:

Tel: +351 295545461

Email:acl.oa@azores.gov.pt

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR-VFR

8Remarks

NIL

LPLA AD 2.3  Operational hours

1AD OperatorCivil Terminal Operations: 08:00-22:00 (07:00-21:00). Other times subject to PPR approval. Air Operations Service: 08:00-22:00 (07:00-21:00). Other times subject to PPR approval.
Civil Administration: Working days 09:30-18:00 (08:30-17:00).
2Customs and immigrationH24 on request outside AD Civil operations hours.
3Health and sanitation

H24 VET - Live animals, request with 3 HR prior ETA

4AIS Briefing OfficeH24
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)H24
6MET Briefing Office

H24

7ATS

H24

8FuellingCivil Operations: 08:00-24:00 (07:00-23:00)
Outside this period services available on request, subject to a surcharge
9HandlingCivil Operations: 07:30-22:30 (06:30-21:30)
Outside this period services available on request, subject to a surcharge
10SecurityH24
11De-icing

Not available

12RemarksNIL

LPLA AD 2.4  Handling services and facilities

1Cargo handling facilities: Civilian Aircraft Operations: Available based on handling contract.

1 Loader FMC JPL2
1 Loader FMC Comander
2 Loaders FMC CLT8
2 Fork Lifts up to 3 Tons.
2 ASU Atlas Copco
3 GPUs 120 KVA 28V / 115V-400Hz
1 GPU 90 KVA 28V / 115V-400Hz
2 Water supply vehicles
1 Toilet servicing vehicles
4 Passenger stairs (Low deck)

2Fuel/oil types Military Operations:
JP8, JET A1 / NIL
Civilian Operations:
Fuel JET A1 / NIL
3Fuelling facilities/capacityMilitary / State Operations:Single point refuelling hydrant system / no restrictions. Fuel trucks / 6 000 US gal.
Civilian Aircraft Operations:JET A1 fuel trucks with 140 000 litres available.
Delivery Rate: 2 500 litres/min.
4De-icing facilities

NIL

5Hangar space available for visiting aircraftAvailable on request, subject to approval.
None in civil aviation terminal.
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Minor repairs only

7RemarksNIL

LPLA AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

1Hotels

In Praia da Vitória and Angra do Heroísmo

2Restaurants

In Praia da Vitória and Angra do Heroísmo

3Transportation

Buses and Taxis

4Medical facilities

First Aid treatment, medical assistance, ambulance and Hospital in Angra do Heroísmo (15 KM from Aerodrome).

5Bank and Post OfficeBank: 2 ATM available H24 at civil terminal. 1 ATM available at Air Base nr4.
Post Office: MON-FRI 10:00-13:30 (09:00-12:30) and 15:00-18:30 (14:00-17:30)
6Tourist OfficePraia da Vitória, Angra do Heroísmo and at the civil terminal.
7Remarks

NIL

LPLA AD 2.6  Rescue and fire fighting services

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 8
2Rescue equipmentIn accordance with CAT 8 requirements established in NATO STANAG (Standardization Agreement) 3712.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftAll ACFT up to maximum weight of 230 tons with gear down operational.
4Remarks

NIL

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

1Type(s) of clearing equipmentSweeper
2Clearance prioritiesRWY, TWY and Apron
3Use of material for movement area surface treatmentNIL
4Specially prepared winter runwaysNIL
5Remarks

All seasons

LPLA AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

1Apron, Surface and StrengthAPRONSURFACESTRENGTHREMARKS
ACONC+ASPH*63/F/C/W/T Military Aprons
BCONC+ASPH*83/F/A/W/T
CASPH86/F/B/W/TCivil Apron
DASPH59/F/A/W/T Military Aprons
ECONC55/R/B/W/T
FCONC+ASPH*73/F/A/W/T
G (North and South)CONC+ASPH*51/F/A/W/T
HAZARDOUS CARGOASPH32/F/A/W/T
WASH RACKCONC113/R/B/W/TMilitary and Civil Apron
2Taxiway width, surface and strengthTAXIWAYWIDTHSURFACESTRENGTH
A30 MASPHPCN 76/F/B/W/T
B30 MASPHPCN 66/F/B/W/T
C60 MASPHPCN 67/F/D/W/T
D30 MASPHPCN 145/F/A/W/T
E30 MASPHPCN 146/F/A/W/T
F60 M

CONC

PCN 122/R/B/W/T
G30 MASPHPCN 123/F/A/W/T
H30 MASPHPCN 111/F/A/W/T
J30 MASPHPCN 46/F/A/W/T
M (to J)45 MCONCPCN 61/R/B/W/T
M (to RWY 15)45 MASPHPCN 76/F/C/W/T
P (BTN TWY C-F)**38 MASPHPCN 93/F/A/W/T
P (BTN TWY F-G)**38 MASPHPCN 88/R/B/W/T
P (BTN TWY G-H)**38 MASPHPCN 47/F/A/W/T
P(BTN TWY H-M)**38 MASPHPCN 47/F/A/W/T
3

Altimeter Checkpoint location and elevation

THR 15 - 158 FT

THR 33 - 180 FT

TWY H - 154 FT

4VOR Checkpoint locationsSee chart LPLA 2.24.01-1
5INS Checkpoint positionsSee chart LPLA 2.24.02-2
6

Remarks

* Asphalt Apron with two or more concrete stands
** TWY P bounded by an Apron safety line (white)

LPLA 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
Apron Safety Line
2RWY/TWY markings and lightsMarkings:
RWY: designation, centreline, edge, THR, touchdown, BAK12 arresting cable marks, aiming point, distance markers.
TWY: centreline, edge and holding position.
Lights:
RWY: edge, end, THR
TWY: edge except TWY P.
3Stop barsILS CAT I Holding position marks on TWY P (BTN TWY C and TWY D) and on TWY M.
4RemarksNIL

LPLA AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

In approach/TKOF areasIn circling area and at aerodrome
12
RWY/Area affectedObstacle type Elevation Marking/LightingCoordinatesObstacle type Elevation Marking/LightingCoordinates
abcab

15

VOR LM
265 FT
384702.1N 0270615.8W

15

Location between Taxiway “C” and Taxiway “D”.
Distance 36.6 M from Taxiway P edge

Antenna

210 FT

Night = two red fixed on top

Day = red and white stripes

384522.1N 0270459.3W

33

Operations Affected: APCH

Geodesic Marker

242 FT

Lighted

384459.4N 0270452.4W

Natural High Point

279 FT

Lighted

384436.3N 0270435.1W

Natural High Point

414 FT

Lighted

384446.8N 0270354.8W

Geodesic Marker

412 FT

Lighted

384428.7N 0270344.8W

Antenna

477 FT

Lighted

384503.6N 0270411.3W

Note: Other information affecting APCH/TKOF areas can be found in AD 2.22, Omnidirectional Departures.

LPLA AD 2.11  Meteorological information provided

1Associated MET OfficeLPLA
2Hours of serviceH24
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity and interval of issuance
LPLA / GIMFA
H24 - issuance every 6 hours
4Trend forecast and interval of issuanceNIL
5Briefing/consultation providedBriefing on observed and/or expected meteorological conditions. Briefing Folder. P/T
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
C, CR, PL
EN, PT
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationS, P, W, SWM, SWH SEA
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationSATEL, WXR
9ATS units provided with informationTWR, APP
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

Tel: +351 295540875

Fax: +351 295540876

Email: ba4_go_ead_ameteo@emfa.pt

LPLA AD 2.12  Runway physical characteristics

DesignationsTRUE BRGDimensions of RWY (m)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWY

THR Coord.

RWY End

GEOID Undulation

THR elevation (FT) and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWY (FT)Slope of RWY/SWY
1234567
15140.70º3310x6092/F/C/W/T
ASPH
THR
384633.40N 0270620.00W
RWY END
384510.30N 0270453.11W
THR Geoid
192.6 FT
THR
158.06 FT
33320.70ºTHR
384510.30N 0270453.11W
RWY END
384633.40N 0270620.00W
THR Geoid
192.6 FT
THR
179.81 FT
DesignationsSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESAOFZRemarks
18910111213
15152x60NIL3728x15090x14080Arresting Gear:
RWY 15–BAK 12 1500 FT from THR – 20 MIN PN
RWY 33–BAK 12 1500 FT from THR – 20 MIN PN
33146x60NIL30

LPLA AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
153310331034623310NIL
333310331034563310

RWY 33 Declared Distances from Intersections

RWY 33TORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)COORDINATES
P2 Intersection TWY A296529653111384518.97N 0270502.18W
P3 Intersection TWY B233923392485384534.68N 0270518.59W
P4 Intersection TWY D279027902936384523.36N 0270506.76W

RWY 15 Declared Distances from Intersections

RWY 15TORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)COORDINATES
P1 Intersection TWY H274527452897384619.22N 0270605.16W

LPLA 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
15SALS / 600M / sequenced flashing lights terminate 295 M before THR / Variable IntensityGreen / NILPAPI Slope 3°, left side
MEHT - 17.88 M (58.66 FT)
NILNIL 3315 M / 61 M / Adjustable / White / High IntensityRed / NILNILNIL
33PALS CAT1 / sequenced flashing lights terminate 302 M before THR / Variable IntensityPAPI Slope 3.2°, right side
MEHT - 17.6 M (57.74 FT)

LPLA AD 2.15  Other lighting, secondary power supply

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operationABN: At the top of Control Tower, Flashing 1 Green and 2 White, operation in low visibility and BTN SS/SR.
2LDI location and lighting Anemometer location and lightingLDI: NIL
Anemometers:N/A
3TWY edge and centre line lightingTaxiway Edge Lights - Colour Blue
4Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Generator 500 KVA – no break

5Remarks

NIL

LPLA AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATONIL
2TLOF and/or FATO elevation

NIL

3TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking

NIL

4True BRG of FATO

NIL

5Declared distance available

NIL

6APCH and FATO lighting

NIL

7Remarks

NIL

LPLA AD 2.17  ATS airspace

1Designation and lateral limits

LAJES CTR

A circle with 5 NM radius centred at ARP (384543N 0270527W)

2Vertical limits

SFC to 2000 FT AMSL (600M)

3Airspace classification

C

4ATS unit call sign / Language(s)

Lajes Approach

Lajes Tower

EN, PT

5Transition altitude

5000 FT

6Hours of applicabilityH24
7RemarksFor Lajes CTA Information see ENR 2.1.5

LPLA AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of OperationRemarks
12345

APP (Radar)

LAJES Approach

121.500 MHZ

H24

Emergency

Maintenance: MON to THU 01:00-08:00 (00:00-07:00) and every FRI 01:00-04:00 (00:00-03:00)

123.300 MHZ

H24

Discrete

135.000 MHZ

H24

Primary

243.000 MHZ

H24

Emergency
317.500 MHZ

H24

Discrete
362.300 MHZ

H24

Primary

TWR

LAJES Tower

121.500 MHZ

H24

Emergency

122.100 MHZ

H24

Primary

243.000 MHZ

H24

Emergency

257.800 MHZ

H24

Primary

SMCLajes Ground

121.900 MHZ

H24

234.000 MHZ

H24

Clearance DeliveryLAJES Delivery134.100 MHZH24
278.950 MHZH24

ATIS

LAJES ATIS

234.800 MHZ

H24

Maintenance: by NOTAM
Meteorological information broadcast by ATIS is extracted from the current METAR or SPECI reports.

120.300 MHZ

H24

LPLA AD 2.19  Radio navigation and landing aids

Type of aid CAT of ILS/MLS(For VOR/ILS/MLS give VAR)IDFrequencyHours of operationSite of transmitting antenna coordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567

TACAN

TRM

CH109X

H24

384536.9N 0270529.2W

200 FT

Coverage: 150 NM/ FL300

TACAN not usable:

R100/R110 BYD 10 NM BLW 6000 FT

R178/R301 BYD 15 NM BLW 7000 FT

DME not usable:

R44/R132 BYD 20 NM BLW 6000 FT

R178/R260 BYD 20 NM BLW 7000 FT

R261/R300 BYD 20 NM ALL ALTITUDES

Maintenance: MON-FRI 0000-0700(2300-0600).

VOR

(10ºW 2020)

LM

112.300 MHZ

H24

384702.1N 0270615.8WCoverage:100 NM Not usable: R215/R275 beyond 15 NM Maintenance: MON-FRI 0000-0700(2300-0600).
ILS RWY 15 (CAT I)
LOC (10ºW 2020)

DK

109.900 MHZ

H24

384502.4N 0270444.8W

Coverage: 50 NM Maintenance: MON-FRI 0000-0700(2300-0600).

GP

333.800 MHZ

H24

384628.7N 0270606.7W

Slope 3 DEG
ILS RWY 33 (CAT I)
LOC (10ºW 2020)

OZ

111.500 MHZ

H24

384641.0N 0270627.9W

Localizer unusable BYD 30 DEG Left of Course. Coverage: 50 NM Maintenance: MON-FRI 0000-0700(2300-0600).

GP

332.900 MHZ

H24

384521.5N 0270458.6W

Slope 3.2 DEG
Autopilot coupled approach not authorized below 550FT AMSL.

LPLA AD 2.20  Local Aerodrome regulations

1. Limitations on use of aerodrome

180 degrees turn, on RWY15/33, not authorized.Non existing signs “NO ENTRY” on deactivated TWY at West side of THR RWY 15All aircraft turning onto TWY “A”, from RWY to Apron “C”, use caution and maintain minimum speed necessary to make the turn. Area is prone to damage from high speed turns.Engine test runs are coordinated via Dispatch. Engine test runs on idle power may take place on stands. Engine test runs above idle power will take place on stand J2A or Apron F as designated by Duty Officer. Engine runs are not authorized between 01:00-06:59 (00:00-05:59).On all aprons, maximum allowed power limited to BREAKAWAY POWER. If not foreseen on Flight Manual, use minimum power necessary to manoeuvre. Stands and/or vehicles passing behind on apron service roads.

Refuelling with passengers on board is approved for special situations, such as, after emergency, medical evacuation, stop for non-traffic purposes and VIP flights. Other situations will be subject to approval by Air Base Commander.

Apron/stand limitations:Apron B limited to aircraft with wingspan less than 40 M. Otherwise adjacent spots must be unoccupied.Apron C limited to Code C aircraft (MAX SPAN 36 M). Civil aircraft of Codes D to F shall expect parking on Military Ramps.Apron D limited to aircraft with wingspan less than 40 M. Otherwise adjacent spots must be unoccupied.Apron E limited to aircraft with wingspan less than 49 M. Otherwise adjacent spots must be unoccupied.Apron F limited to aircraft with wingspan less than 63 M. Otherwise adjacent spots must be unoccupied.Apron G limited to aircraft with wingspan of 22 M.

2. Special transit requirements

2.1 Military/State Aircraft
PPR is mandatory for Military/State Aircraft operating at Lajes.

PPR number for Military/State Aircraft shall be requested during AD Administration Operational Hours to Air Base 4 Air Operations Center (+351 295540779 or ba4_go_noa_soa@emfa.pt) prior to ICAO Flight Plan submission. Subject to delay, outside this period contact OPS Duty Officer (+351 295540524 or ba4_odo@emfa.pt).

Diplomatic Clearance Number (DCN) and PPR for Military/State Aircraft shall be included in ICAO Flight Plan, Item 18.

Distress aircraft, medical emergencies and medical flights for a life critical medical emergency evacuation (STS/MEDEVAC on ICAO FPL, Item 18), are exempted from complying with these procedures.

2.2 Civilian Aircraft

All civilian flights are required to obtain a PPR in order to operate at LPLA. Distress aircraft, medical emergencies and Medical/ Hospital flights for a life critical emergency evacuation (STS/MEDEVAC in ICAO FPL, Item 18), are exempted from complying with PPR procedures.

PPR Requests shall be submitted as early as possible to allow a planning commensurate with the operational needs. PPR for flights operating with aircraft code “D” or larger (wingspan greater than 36 meters) requires previous coordination and approval from the Military Air Base due to parking limitations on apron “Charlie”.

PPR Requests shall be received by the Operations Department during the regular duty hours from 08:00-22:00 (07:00-21:00), Monday through Sunday. PPR Requests shall be submitted, to Air Operations Service (+351 295545461 or acl.oa@azores.gov.pt), as follows:

General Aviation and Charter Flights – Form “A” – PPR Request shall be submitted until 4 hours prior to EOBT. PPR Form “A” is prepared to submit new requests, changes and cancellations.

Scheduled Flights – Form “B” – PPR Request shall be submitted until the 25th of each month for the flights scheduled for the following month. Changes to an issued PPR shall be submitted using Form “B1”.

Flights requiring LPLA as alternate aerodrome – Form “C” – PPR Request shall be submitted not later than 8 hours prior to EOBT. Changes to an issued PPR shall be submitted using Form “C1”.

Non-Scheduled Flights – Form “D” – PPR Request shall be submitted not later than 8 hours prior to EOBT except for non-scheduled flights between the Azores Archipelago islands which can submit the PPR Request not later than 1 hour prior to the EOBT. Changes to an issued PPR shall be submitted using Form “D1”.

PPR Request for flights operated by aircraft code “D” or “E” shall be submitted not later than 24 hours prior to EOBT due to parking constraints.

PPR Request for flights operated by aircraft code “F” shall be submitted not later than 72 hours prior to EOBT due to parking constraints.

All PPR Request Forms can be found in http://aerogarelajes.azores.gov.pt/

All civilian flights shall comply with the requirements expressed in GEN 1.2.1, GEN 1.2.2, GEN1.2.3 and GEN 1.3.

The PPR number issued by Aerogare Civil das Lajes shall be inserted in item 18 of the Flight Plan.

Changes to the date/time of arrival and/or departure and to the type of aircraft shall be notified not later than 8 hours prior to EOBT to ensure PPR validation. The absence of notification can result in loss of parking space and consequently in the PPR cancellation.

3. Apron operational procedures, Follow-Me guidance and Marshaller assistance

Marshaller assistance is mandatory for parking in entire aerodrome apron area.

Apron entrance is only allowed with Follow-Me assistance.

All stands NOSE-IN / NOSE-OUT

Pilots are expected to follow marshaller signals without hesitation. Expect over steer.

4. Push-back, engine start-up and Taxi procedures

Aircraft departing from Lajes will obtain “Oceanic Clearance” after handover to “Santa Maria Radar”

Before Start-Up contact “Lajes Delivery” on frequency 134.100 MHZ or 278.950 MHZ to obtain ATC Clearance. Include CALL SIGN, requested level, requested speed (Mach number/TAS), ATIS acknowledge, aircraft type and position for departure.

All aircraft shall contact “Lajes Delivery” for engine start, include Parking Position and POB.

LPLA AD 2.21  Noise abatement procedures

Due to Noise Abatement Procedures, Jet Aircraft taking off Runway 15 are to apply the maximum climb rate possible. Engine runs above idle power, multiple approaches and after-burner departures are not authorized between 22:00-07:00 (21:00-06:00).

LPLA AD 2.22  Flight procedures

For Standard Instrument Departures Procedures see charts AD 2.24.08-1, AD 2.24.08-3 and AD 2.24.08-5

OMNIDIRECTIONAL DEPARTURES

OMNIDIRECTIONAL DEPARTURES
DescriptionRestriction
RWY 33After departure Track Extended RWY Centre Line climbing to 4700FT. Upon reaching 4700 FT resume own navigation as filed.Close in Obstacles:
Fence 168 FT MSL located 140 M from departure end of RWY, 150 M left side of RWY Centre Line.
RWY 15After departure Track Extended RWY Centre Line climbing to 4700 FT (PDG 6.1% until passing 500FT). Upon reaching 4700 FT resume own navigation as filed.Close in Obstacles:
Terrain 276 FT MSL, 1060 M from departure end of RWY, 243 M right side of RWY Centre Line. Building 243 FT MSL, 256 M from departure end of RWY, 198 M right side of RWY Centre Line.
CAUTION: Rising Terrain on both sides of departure course requires close adherence to the departure Track to assure obstacle clearance.

Due to terrain visual traffic circuit should not be flown less than three miles from island.

Controlled Bail-out area: Over the aerodrome, northeast heading, at or above 4700 FT AMSL

Due to high terrain to the west, all turns and traffic patterns should be made to the east.

Caution - RWY may not be visible during portions of downwind leg on circling approach.

RADAR Failure

In case of ATS surveillance system outage, procedural control will be provided.

To allow mixed navigation and aircraft with different types of equipment, for separation purposes, pilots might be asked to fly a specific track and report GNSS distance to/from VOROC and TACAT.

All tracks shall be magnetic.

VOROC and TACAT are co-located with LM VOR and TRM TACAN respectively.

Lateral offsets not authorized within Lajes CTA.

Holding Procedures

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

CUDLY

CUDLY

383200N0265026W

329°

RIGHT

265

FL 060

FL 140

7 NM

DEVAN

DEVAN

385028N 0272341W

061°

LEFT

250

5000 FT ALT

FL 140

1 MIN
KOGON
KOGON
385959N0271923W
153°RIGHT265FL 060
FL 160
7 NM

LACTA

LACTA

385929N0272012W

RDL329-LM VOR
DME18-TRM TACAN

149°

LEFT

N/A

N/A

5 NM
LAJES/LM
LAJES VOR
384702N0270616W
134°LEFT2304700FT ALT
FL 140
1 MIN

LIZHA

LIZHA

383125N 0270344W

061°

RIGHT

250

5000 FT ALT

FL 090

1 MIN

ODAKI

ODAKI

383016N 0264923W

331°

RIGHT

230

5000 FT ALT

FL 090

1 MIN

UPZET

UPZET

390038N 0270751W
241°

RIGHT

250

5000 FT ALT

FL 140

1 MIN

VIBOC

VIBOC

390145N 0272218W

151°

RIGHT

250

5000 FT ALT

FL 140

1 MIN

XETOS

XETOS

384132N 0264742W

241°LEFT

250

5000 FT ALT

FL 140

1 MIN

LPLA AD 2.23  Additional information

1. Bird Concentration

Caution, Bird activity within 2 NM radius of the aerodrome. Possible Hazard on the Final Approach of both RWY15 and RWY33.

Bird Status

Bird Repellent Devices:

Audio repellents are used according to bird activity. Systems available:

LPLA AD 2.24  Charts related to the aerodrome

NamePage
AERODROME CHART - ICAO
AIRCRAFT PARKING / DOCKING CHART - ICAO
STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO (VOR RWY 15/33 DOLER1B DOLER1D)
STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO (VOR RWY 15/33 MIPRU1B MIPRU1D)
STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO (VOR RWY 15/33 REGLA1B REGLA1D)
TACTICAL VECTORING CHART
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO (ILS RWY 33)
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO (ILS Y RWY 15)
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO (ILS RWY 15) CAT A-B-C-D-E
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO (VOR RWY33)
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO (RNP RWY 15 LNAV ONLY)
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO (RNP RWY 33 LNAV ONLY)
VISUAL APPROACH CHART