LPPR — PORTO

LPPR AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

LPPR — PORTO/ Francisco Sá Carneiro

LPPR AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

1ARP coordinates and site

LAT: 411408N

LONG: 0084041W

Intersection Runway with Taxiway “H “

2Direction and distance of ARP from city or town

11KM (6NM) BRG 322º from Porto Centre, Clerigos Tower.

3Elevation/Reference temperature69M / 227FT

21º C (AUG)

4Geoid undulation at aerodrome elevation position55M
5MAG VAR/Annual change02º W (2020) / 0.18º decreasing
6AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS, E-mail and WEB URL
Post:

ANA Aeroportos de Portugal, SA
Aeroporto Francisco Sá Carneiro
4471-095 MOREIRA DA MAIA

Tel: +351 229400600, +351 229432400

Fax: +351 229432554, +351 229413274

AFS: LPPRYDYA

SITA: OPOKAXH

Email: porto.airport@ana.pt

URL: http://www.aeroportoporto.pt

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR / VFR

8RemarksNIL

LPPR AD 2.3  Operational hours

1AD Administration

H24*

2Customs and immigration

H24

3Health and sanitation

H24

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

H24

7ATS

H24

8Fuelling05:00-23:00 (04:00-22:00)
23:00-05:00 (22:00-04:00) on request.
9Handling05:00-01:00 (04:00-24:00)
01:00-05:00 (00:00-04:00) on request.
10Security

H24

11De-icing

Not Available

12Remarks* Through Airport Duty Manager
Tel: +351 229432400
Email: ascsoa-supervisor@ana.pt
Sita: OPOKAXH

** Through Porto or Lisboa AIS Briefing Office

Tel:+351 229408024 (recorded)

Email: lppraro@nav.pt

URL:https://fplbriefing.nav.pt

*** Through Porto or Lisboa ATS Reporting Office (ARO)

Tel:+351 229408024 (recorded)

Email: lppraro@nav.pt

URL:https://fplbriefing.nav.pt

LPPR AD 2.4  Handling services and facilities

1Cargo handling facilities:

All modern facilities handling weights up to 12 tons

2Fuel/oil types JET A1 / Mobil JET II, Mobil Jet 254 and Exxon Hyjet V (Hydraulic)
EASTMAN Turbo Oil 2197
3Fuelling facilities/capacityHydrant System (JET A1). 4 Refuellers Capacity 18000 litres each. 2 Bowsers 43000 litres of capacity each. 7 Dispensers.
4De-icing facilities

Not Available

5Hangar space available for visiting aircraft

Not Available

6Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Minor repairs by arrangement with:

TAP – Air Portugal Maintenance Telephone: +351 229485794 or
Mobile phone: + 351 927052560
Mobile phone: + 351 968026572 FAX: +351 229487714 or

SITA: OPOMMTP


LAS – Louro Aeronaves e Serviços Lda. Telephone / FAX: +351 229480568 Mobile Phone: +351 963050083 or +351 965448759
7Remarks

Oxygen and related servicing: Only by request

LPPR AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

1Hotels

Near the aerodrome, Matosinhos and Porto Cities

2Restaurants

AD Restaurant: 150 meals per hour

3Transportation

Metropolitan Railway (line E - Violet), Buses, Taxis and Rent-a-Car

4Medical facilities

First Aid Treatment (Nursing only). Hospital in Porto and Matosinhos at 6KM (3.24NM)

5Bank and Post OfficePost Office at the terminal. Bank NOT AVBL, only ATM
6Tourist OfficeAt the terminal
7Remarks

NIL

LPPR AD 2.6  Rescue and fire fighting services

1AD category for fire fighting

CAT 8

2Rescue equipment

According to ICAO Annex 14

3Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

B747 or similar with gear down and operational

4Remarks

NIL

LPPR 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
5Specially prepared winter runwaysNIL
5RemarksFor further information, see also Section AD 1.2.2. - RUNWAY SURFACE CONDITIONS ASSESSMENT AND REPORTING AND SNOW PLAN.

LPPR AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

1Apron, Surface and StrengthAPRONSURFACESTRENGTH
SConcretePCN 71/R/B/W/T
TPCN 91/R/B/W/T
WAsphaltPCN 109/F/B/W/T
2Taxiway Width, Surface and StrengthTAXIWAYWIDTHSURFACESTRENGTH

A1

23M

AsphaltPCN 150/F/C/W/T

A2

23M

PCN 150/F/C/W/T

A3

23M

PCN 150/F/C/W/T

B

23M

PCN 86/F/C/W/T

C

23M

PCN 146/F/B/W/T

D

25M

PCN 150/F/A/W/T
E123MN/A - Under evaluation
E223MN/A - Under evaluation
E323MPCN 138/F/B/W/T
E423MPCN 138/F/B/W/T
E523MPCN 138/F/B/W/T
F123MPCN 190/F/A/W/T
G23MPCN 188/F/A/W/T
H23MPCN 150/F/B/W/T

J

23M

PCN 150/F/B/W/T
S123MPCN 86/F/C/W/T
S223MPCN 86/F/C/W/T
S323MPCN 131/F/B/W/T
S423MPCN 131/F/B/W/T
S525MPCN 131/F/B/W/T
S623MPCN 131/F/B/W/T
T23MPCN 150/F/B/W/T
Y23MPCN 149/F/B/W/T
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

In each Stand of Apron “S “

4VOR checkpoint locations

Not Applicable

5INS Checkpoint positionsRAMP / STANDINS COORDINATESELEVATION (M/AMSL)ACFT TYPE (CRITICAL)REMARKS
S08411401.59N 0084017.17W71.90B738Nose IN
S09411403.30N 0084018.64W71.63A332Nose IN
S10411401.58N 0084016.71W72.01B738Nose IN
S11411403.34N 0084018.49W71.70B767Nose IN
S12411404.05N 0084021.17W71.14A330Nose IN
S20411401.87N 0084029.05W68.89A321Nose IN
S21411403.17N 0084029.39W68.90A321Nose IN
S22411404.46N 0084029.73W68.89A321Nose IN
S23411405.76N 0084030.06W68.89A321Nose IN
S24411407.05N 0084030.40W68.90A321Nose IN
S25411408.35N 0084030.74W68.90A321Nose IN
S30411406.22N 0084021.79W71.27A332Nose IN
S31411407.64N 0084019.81W71.82B738Nose IN
S32411409.35N 0084019.42W72.01B757Nose IN
S33411411.13N 0084019.97W71.99B767Nose IN
S34411412.80N 0084020.49W71.98B757Nose IN
S35411414.58N 0084020.93W71.97B767Nose IN
S36411416.25N 0084022.14W71.82B738Nose IN
S37411416.87N 0084024.68W71.11B764Nose IN
S38411417.98N 0084025.21W71.00B738Nose IN
S40411412.64N 0084032.11W68.84B763Nose IN
S41411414.48N 0084032.58W68.84B763Nose IN
S42411416.31N 0084033.06W68.82A332Nose IN
S43411418.57N 0084033.66W68.64B763Nose IN
S50411419.39N 0084025.29W71.02B738Nose IN
S51411419.43N 0084025.11W71.16B744Nose IN
S52411420.21N 0084025.42W71.14B738Nose IN
S53411420.94N 0084022.96W71.93B764Nose IN
S54411422.94N 0084021.98W72.10B738Nose IN
S55411424.66N 0084022.46W72.03B744Nose IN
S56411423.10N 0084021.67W72.01B738Nose IN
S57411426.18N 0084022.87W72.03B738Nose IN
S60411423.47N 0084035.15W68.74A321Nose IN
S61411424.70N 0084035.47W68.72A321Nose IN
S62411425.93N 0084035.80W68.72A321Nose IN
S63411427.16N 0084036.12W68.70A321Nose IN
S64411428.39N 0084036.44W68.73A321Nose IN
S65411429.62N 0084036.76W68.74A321Nose IN
S66411430.85N 0084037.09W68.73A321Nose IN
S70411427.84N 0084023.46W71.90B764Nose IN
S71411429.46N 0084024.11W71.75B757Nose IN
S72411430.32N 0084023.96W72.00A380Nose IN
S73411430.93N 0084024.49W72.00B757Nose IN
T01411410.48N 0084105.58W62.04B764Nose IN
T02411412.62N 0084106.21W61.69B744Nose IN
T03411415.03N 0084106.65W61.35B744Nose IN
T04411417.20N 0084107.30W60.99B764Nose IN
W411406.92N 0084056.09W64.88B762Nose OUT
6Remarks

NIL

LPPR 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





Stopping at Parking Positions (see table below):
S70 - A, B, C, D, E
S40, S41, S42, S43, S71, S73 - A, B, C, D
S20, S21, S22, S23, S24, S25, S56, S60, S61, S62, S63, S64, S65, S66, S72 - A, B, C
S38, S57 - A
Stop Bar Markings are located to the left with 90 degrees angle to the Guide Lines
Aircraft has to be stopped with the Pilot seat abeam the Stopping Point.

2RWY/TWY markings and lights

Runway Marking Aids:

Runway Designation, Runway Centre Line, Aiming Point, Displaced Threshold, Touchdown Zone Markings, Runway Side Stripe, and Runway Turn Pad Markings.

Runway Lights:

RWY 17:

Threshold, Runway Edge, Centre Line, Runway End and Touchdown Zone

RWY 35:

Threshold, Runway Edge, Centre Line, Runway End, Threshold Identification and Runway Turn Pad Lights.

Wing Bar Lights

Taxiway Marking Aids:

Taxiway Centre Line, Taxiway Side Stripe, Runway Holding Positions, and Intermediate Holding Positions.

Taxiway Lights:

All Taxiways with Centre Line.

RETIL for F1.

3Stop bars

Stop Bar:

All CAT II / III Holding Positions with Stop Bars associated and vertical sign; at Taxiway S2, S4, E1, E2, E3, E4, F1 with Stop Bar.

4Remarks

NIL

LPPR AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

In Area 2
Obst. ID
Designation
Obst. TypeObst. PositionElevation / HGTMarkings
Type, Colour
Remarks
abcdef
LPPR 01TOWER411346.44N 0084037.69W75MRWY 17 OBST 01 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 02TREE411346.79N 0084031.75W78MRWY 17 OBST 02 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 03TREE411342.26N
0084034.75W
76MRWY 17 OBST 03 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 04TREE411340.26N 0084036.96W78MRWY 17 OBST 04 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 05TREE411336.47N 0084026.45W78MRWY 17 OBST 05 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 06TREE411334.64N 0084024.54W88MRWY 17 OBST 06 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 07TREE411333.10N 0084023.95W87MRWY 17 OBST 07 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 08TREE411330.67N 0084026.53W81MRWY 17 OBST 08 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 09TOWER411551.51N 0084111.49W45MRWY 35 OBST 01 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 10TREE411600.35N 0084116.01W53MRWY 35 OBST 02 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 11ANTENNA411620.89N 0084113.26W58MFixed Red LightRWY 35 OBST 03 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 12NAVAID411622.74N 0084116.27W59MFixed Red LightRWY 35 OBST 04 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 13TREE411626.26N 0084121.15W78MRWY 35 OBST 05 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 14TREE411626.95N 0084120.60W80MRWY 35 OBST 06 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 15TREE411633.45N 0084115.32W76MRWY 35 OBST 07 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 16TREE411635.90N 0084131.03W74MRWY 35 OBST 08 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 17TREE411637.69N 0084123.19W72MRWY 35 OBST 09 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 18ANTENNA411824.06N 0084147.65W105MFixed Red LightRWY 35 OBST 10 Ref Chart LPPR AD 2.24.04-1
LPPR 19TOWER411232.70N 0084237.93W118M / 101MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 20TOWER411240.29N 0084237.51W118M / 101MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 21TOWER411240.41N 0084238.83W117M / 101MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 22TOWER411246.78N 0084239.27W116M / 100MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 23TOWER411248.22N 0084243.39W115M / 101MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 24TOWER411251.12N 0084238.54W117M / 101MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 25TOWER411256.84N 0084230.95W98M / 81MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 26TOWER411257.22N 0084235.77W109M / 92MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 27TOWER411308.57N 0084234.67W118M / 100MRed and White Stripes and Fixed Red Light
LPPR 28TOWER411314.96N 0084227.30W137M / 116MRed and White Stripes
LPPR 29BUILDING411307.94N 0084236.49W100M / 82MFlashing Red Light
LPPR 30BUILDING 411307.97N 0084236.95W96M / 78MFlashing Red Light
LPPR 31NATURAL _HIGHPOINT411456.01N
0084101.56W
63M
LPPR 32TOWER411402.91N 0083719.45W187M / 87MFlashing Red Light
In Area 3
Obst. ID
Designation
Obst. TypeObst. PositionElevation / HGTMarkings
Type, Colour
Remarks
abcdef
NIL

LPPR AD 2.11  Meteorological information provided

1Associated MET OfficePORTO AMO
2Hours of serviceH24
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO
24 HR - Issuance every 6 Hours
4Type of landing forecast

NIL

5Briefing/consultation providedBriefing on observed meteorological conditions: personal or by phone.
Briefing on expected meteorological conditions: By phone 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, WXR
9ATS units provided with information Porto TWR and APP
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)PORTO AMO:

Tel: +351 229484527

Fax: +351 229411955

Email: lppr@ipma.pt

AFS: LPPRYMYM

CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO:

Tel: +351 218474583

Fax: +351 218402370

Email: met.aero@ipma.pt

LPPR AD 2.12  Runway physical characteristics

DesignationsTRUE BRGDimensions of RWY (M)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR COORD, RWY END, GeoidUndulationTHR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWYSlope of RWY/SWY
1234567

17

168.83º

3480x45

PCN80/F/C/W/T

*

ASPH.

THR
411538.45N 0084104.42W
RWY END411357.19N 0084037.87W
GEOID UNDULATION
54.93M

THR Elevation

46.0M

Highest Elevation of TDZ

411509.82N

0084056.96W

55.1M

i = 0.8%

35

348.83º

THR
411401.99N 0084039.13W
RWY END411547.94N 0084106.92W
GEOID UNDULATION
55M
69.2M

THR Elevation

i = 0.2%

DesignationsSWY dimensions (M)Y dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESAOFZRemark
18910111213

17

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

3600x300

90x90

Threshold Runway 17 permanently displaced 300M and Threshold Runway 35 permanently displaced 150M.

RWY FCT CLBR: 0.86

35

LPPR AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
173480348034803180-
272627262726-Take-off from intersection with TWY E5.
265026502650-Take-off from intersection with TWY G.
180018001800-Take-off from intersection with TWY A3.
353480348034803330-
312031203120-Take-off from intersection with TWY C.
278027802780-Take-off from intersection with TWY D.
312031203120-Take-off from intersection with TWY H.
295029502950-Take-off from intersection with TWY J.

LPPR 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

Precision Approach CAT II Lighting system / (distance coded centre line) / LIH

Green / 1,6M spacing / WBAR

PAPI -Slope 2.7° left side.

MEHT - 65FT

900M

2280 white + 600M white/red + 300M red / 15 M spacing / LIH

300M red + 2580M white + 600M yellow / 60M

spacing /

LIH

RED

Not Applicable

35

Precision Approach CAT I Lighting
system / (distance coded centre line) / LIH

Green / 3M spacing / WBAR/

RTIL

PAPI -Slope 3° left side.

MEHT - 48FT

Not Applicable

2430M white + 600M white/red + 300M red / 15 M spacing / LIH

150M red + 2730M white + 600M yellow / 60M

spacing /

LIH

RED

Not Applicable

LPPR AD 2.15  Other lighting, secondary power supply

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation

None

2LDI location and lighting Anemometer location and lightingLDI: NIL
Anemometers:
RWY 35: Left Side, 490M THR, 110M RWY Centreline. Lighted.
RWY 17: Right Side, 340M THR, 110M RWY Centreline. Lighted.
Middle Point: 1850M THR RWY35, 110M Left Side RWY35 Centreline. Lighted
3TWY edge and centre line lighting

All taxiways, only centre line

4Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Secondary Power Supply conforms requirements of Annex 14.

5RemarksEmergency lights available for Runway, Taxiways and Aprons.

LPPR AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

Not established

2TLOF and/or FATO elevation

Not established

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

Not established

4True BRG of FATO

Not established

5Declared distance available

Not established

6APCH and FATO lighting

Not established

7Remarks

NIL

LPPR AD 2.17  ATS airspace

1Designation and lateral limits

PORTO CTR

412300N 0085100W - 412300N 0083501W - 410400N 0083005W - 410400N 0084559W - 412300N 0085100W

2Vertical limits

2000FT ALT (600M)

3Airspace classification

C

4ATS unit call sign / Language(s)

Porto Approach

Porto Tower

EN, PT

5Transition altitude

4000FT

6Remarks

NIL

LPPR AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of OperationRemarks
12345

APP

PORTO Approach

120.910 MHZH24Primary

277.800 MHZ

119.505 MHZ

Secondary

121.500 MHZ

Emergency

243.000 MHZ

Emergency

TWR

PORTO Tower

118.005 MHZ

H24Primary

277.800 MHZ

118.855 MHZ

Secondary

121.500 MHZ

Emergency

243.000 MHZ

Emergency

Clearance DeliveryPorto Delivery

118.930 MHZ

Broadcast by ATIS

Primary

118.855 MHZ

Secondary

ATIS

Porto Information

124.305 MHZ (arrivals)

121.680 MHZ (departures)

H24

ATIS Service also available by ACARS for aircraft equipped with ACARS Management Unit.

Providers are SITA for datalink communications and PORTO Control for ATIS Services.

Telephone Service: +351 229408074 or 2174 of NAV Portugal E.P.E. internal network.

LPPR AD 2.19  Radio navigation and landing aids

Type Category (MAG Variation)IDFrequencyHours of operationSite of transmitting antenna coordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567
DVOR/DME
(02º W - 2020)

PRT

114.100 MHZ

DME: 88X

H24

DVOR: 411622.8N
0084116.2W
DME:
411622.7N
0084116.7W
200FTCoverage:
225º/315º - 200NM FL500
315º/225º - 80NM FL500
Not usable:
340º/360º BYD 35NM DME unlocks at 26NM on RDL086
ILS RWY 17 (CAT II/T/4)
LOC
(02º W - 2020)

PR

109.900 MHZ

H24

411348.2N
0084035.5W

Front course sector: Angle 3.52º

GP/DME

PR

333.800 MHZ

DME: 36X

H24

411529.4N
0084057.2W
200FT

GP: Angle 2.72º Zero range is indicated at THR RWY 17 only.

OM

Dashes

75 MHZ

H24

412052.8N
0084227.1W

5.35NM from THR RWY 17 Intersect HGT: 1586FT

LPPR AD 2.20  Local aerodrome regulations

  1. Limitations on use of aerodrome

    Restricted to ACFT capable of maintaining two way communications with Porto TWR.

    For Aerodrome Slot request see GEN 1.2 Mandatory for all flights.

  2. Radio communication

    Continuous two way as prescribed in airspace classification C possessions (see ENR 1.4 paragraph CLASS C - CONTROLLED AIRSPACE).

    Immediately after Take-off all aircraft shall contact Porto APP, unless otherwise instructed by Porto Tower.

  3. ATC Clearance

    Departing traffic shall contact Porto Tower or Porto Delivery, as broadcast by ATIS, 10 minutes before start-up for ATC Clearance.

    Traffic shall provide the following information:

    • Aircraft identification;
    • Parking position;
    • ATIS ACK.
  4. Parking, Push-Back, Engine start-up and Taxi procedures
    1. Surveillance

      Porto Airport is equipped with a Surface Surveillance System using Mode-S Multilateration: Aircraft operators intending to use Porto Airport shall ensure that the Mode S transponders are able to operate when the aircraft is on the ground. Pilots shall select Auto Mode and assigned Mode A code. If Auto Mode is not available select ON and assigned Mode A code:

      • from the clearance for push-back or taxi whichever is earlier;

      • after landing, continuously until the aircraft is parked on stand;

      • when parked on stand select STBY or OFF.

      Whenever the aircraft is capable of reporting aircraft identification, the aircraft identification should be entered from the request for push-back or taxi whichever is earlier (through the FMS or the transponder control panel). Air Crew must use ICAO defined format for entry of the aircraft identification.

      To ensure that the performance of systems based on SSR frequencies (including airborne TCAS units and SSR radars) is not compromised, TCAS should be selected when approaching the holding point. It should then be deselected after vacating the runway.

      For aircraft taxiing without flight plan, Mode A code 2000 should be selected.

      Aircraft towing procedures

      Aircraft that are to be towed to another stand or to/from the maintenance areas, or to/from temporary parking areas, must have the transponder set to the appropriate Mode/code in order that the aircraft’s registration number is displayed on the ATC radar screen.

      From the time of the request for push-back or tow, until the aircraft is fully parked on stand, the transponder must be switched on with the Mode A code 2000 selected. Dependent on the type of aircraft, the transponder must either be switched to ‘Alt-Off’, ‘X-pndr’ or ‘Auto’ to display the aircraft registration.

    2. Push-Back, Engine start-up

      Aircraft parked in a nose position only allowed outgoing with push-back. Use of reverse thrust for manoeuvring to and from a stand is not permitted.

      Aircraft in contiguous stands are not allowed to move simultaneously.

      Engine start-up is only permitted after push-back manoeuvre with Aircraft positioned in proper breakaway area (see table below). Breakaway areas markings are white triangles painted near the Taxiway Centre Line.

      Whenever an ACFT APU is inoperative or not available, one engine start-up is permitted on a nose in stand before starting push-back manoeuvring; in these circumstances Porto Control Tower must be advised and the start-up procedures will be assisted by Follow-Me.

      Anti-collision lights must be activated whenever engines are operating and during push-back manoeuvre.

    3. Taxi procedures

      Aircraft landing on RWY 17 must not vacate the runway by taxiway A3, unless cleared by ATC.

      When RWY 17 in use, aircraft taxiing from Apron S via TWY E5 or G shall expect intersection E5 or G for departure. If unable advise ATC before starting taxi.

      When RWY 35 in use, aircraft taxiing from Apron S via TWY C or D shall expect intersection C or D for departure. If unable advise ATC before starting taxi.

      Reduced Engine Taxi is not allowed:

      • for any aircraft reaching the holding point for line-up;
      • for any aircraft reaching the holding point required to cross an active runway.

      Taxiing in Apron and adjacent Taxiways/Taxilanes must be done with engines on IDLE.

      Standard push-back (see table below):

      STAND

      RWY 17 EXIT BY TWY “E”

      RWY 35 EXIT BY TWY “B”

      BREAKAWAY AREA/ POINTACFT NOSEBREAKAWAY AREA/ POINTACFT NOSE
      S08S1NorthS1North
      S09S1 ACFT Code CNorthS1 ACFT Code CNorth
      S2 ACFT Code D and ENorthS2 ACFT Code D and ESouth

      S10

      S1

      North

      S1

      North

      S11

      S1 ACFT code CNorthS1 ACFT Code CNorth
      S2 ACFT Code D and E

      North

      S2 ACFT Code D and ESouth

      S12

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S20

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S21

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S22

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S23

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S24

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S25

      S2

      North

      S2

      South

      S30

      S2

      North

      S3

      South

      S31

      S3

      North

      S3

      South

      S32

      S3

      North

      S3

      South

      S33

      S3

      North

      S3

      South

      S34

      S3

      North

      S3

      South

      S35

      S3

      North

      S3

      South

      S36

      S3

      North

      S3

      South

      S37

      S3

      North

      S4

      South

      S38S3NorthS4South

      S40

      S4

      North

      S4

      South

      S41

      S4

      North

      S4

      South

      S42

      S4

      North

      S4

      South

      S43

      S4

      North

      S4

      South

      S50

      S4

      North

      S4

      South

      S51

      S4

      North

      S5

      South

      S52

      S4

      North

      S5

      South

      S53

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S54

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S55

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S56

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S57S5NorthS5South

      S60

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S61

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S62

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S63

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S64

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S65

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S66

      S6

      North

      S6

      South

      S70

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S71

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S72

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      S73

      S5

      North

      S5

      South

      T01TSouthTSouth
      T02TSouthTSouth
      T03TSouthTSouth
      T04TSouthTSouth
    4. Areas not seen by Tower

      First 1500M of RWY 17 and last 1500M of RWY 35 not clearly visible from TWR. AD circuit - right Base Leg RWY 35 not visible by TWR.

      Stands not seen by Tower are S08 up to S12, and S30 up to S35. Apron Taxiways S1 and S3

    5. Taxiing

      Standard Taxi Routes (see table below):

      TWY to the West of the RWY: A1, A2, A3, H, J, Y. TWY to the East of the RWY: B, C, D, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5, F1, G.

      RWY 17 - NVO
      ARRIVAL RWY 17DEPARTURE RWY 17
      Destination STAND / APRONStandard taxi routeTaxi from STAND / APRONStandard taxi route
      S08 - S12B, S1S08 - S12S1, S2, S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      S20 - S25B, S2S20 - S25S2, S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      S30 - S37B, S2, S3S30 - S37S3, S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      S38 - S50C, S4S38 - S50S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      S40 - S43C, S4S40 - S43S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      S51 - S57, S70 - S73C, S4, S5S51 - S57, S70 - S73S5, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      S60 - S66D, S6S60 - S66S6, E1, E2, E3, E4, E5
      T01 - T04J, Y, TT01 - T04T, Y, A3
      WHWA2, A3
      RWY 17 - LVP
      ARRIVAL RWY 17 - LVPDEPARTURE RWY 17 - LVP
      Destination STAND / APRONStandard taxi routeTaxi from STAND / APRONStandard taxi route
      S08 - S12B, S1S08 - S12S1, S2, S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4
      S20 - S25B, S2S20 - S25S2, S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4
      S30 - S37B, S2, S3S30 - S37S3, S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4
      S38 - S50B, S2, S4S38 - S50S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4
      S40 - S43B, S2, S4S40 - S43S4, S6, E1, E2, E3, E4
      S51 - S57, S70 - S73B, S2, S4, S5S51 - S57, S70 - S73S5, E1, E2, E3, E4
      S60 - S66B, S2, S4, S6S60 - S66S6, E1, E2, E3, E4
      T01 - T04J, Y, TT01 - T04T, Y, A3
      WHWA2, A3
      RWY 35 - NVO
      ARRIVAL RWY 35DEPARTURE RWY 35
      Destination STAND / APRONStandard taxi routeTaxi from STAND / APRONStandard taxi route
      S08 - S12F1, E3, E2, E1, S6, S4, S2, S1S08 - S12S1, B
      S08 - S12 (Heavy ACFT)A3, A2, A1S20 - S25S2, B
      S20 - S25F1, E3, E2, E1, S6, S4, S2S30 - S37S3, S2, B
      S30 - S37F1, E3, E2, E1, S6, S4, S3S38 - S50S4, S2, B
      S38 - S50F1, E3, E2, E1, S6, S4S40 - S43S4, S2, B
      S40 - S43F1, E3, E2, E1, S6, S4S51 - S57, S70 - S73S5, S4, S2, B
      S51 - S57, S70 - S73F1, E3, E2, E1, S5S60 - S66S6, S4, S2, B
      S60 - S66F1, E3, E2, E1, S6T01 - T04T, Y, A2, A1
      T01 - T04A3, Y, TWA1
      WA3, A2--

      Taxiways B, C, D, E, Y, Apron TWY T and Apron W are crossed by service roads

    6. Follow-Me and Marshaller assistance

      Follow-Me and Marshaller assistance is compulsory during:

      • Push-back movement under CAT II operations;
      • Parking (Only Marshaller).
  5. Limitations on runway usage

    It is mandatory for aircraft aerodrome reference code D and E to use RWY 17/35 full length for departures.

  6. Use of Ground Power Unit (GPU), use of Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)
    1. Use of GPU

      The use of mobile autonomous GPU is not allowed when ACFT are using Apron Drive Loading Bridges, except if GPU system is unserviceable.

    2. Use of APU

      Start-up or shut-down of the APU is forbidden while the Aircraft is being refuelled.

      The use of APU must be limited as much as possible.

      Narrow-Body ACFT are allowed to use APU until 5 minutes after “chocks on” and 10 minutes before ETD.

      Wide-Body ACFT are allowed to use APU until 10 minutes after “chocks on” and 20 minutes before ETD.

      EXEMPTIONS: If air conditioning system at the Loading Bridge is unserviceable.

  7. ILS CAT I/II operations

    ILS approach

    In principle final approaches will be conducted on RWY 17 ILS.

    ILS operations

    Facilities

    The following facilities serving ILS operations are available:

    - CAT II lighting system on RWY 17. See LPPR AD 2.14.

    - RVR assessment system, comprising transmissometers at TDZ, mid-point and stop-end, indicated as position A, B and   C respectively. See LPPR AD 2.24.01-1

    - Secondary PWR supply (See LPPR AD 2.15).

    A change in operation, if caused by a failure expected to last more than one hour, will be notified by NOTAM. Pilots will   be notified of shorter-term deficiencies by ATC.

    Precision Approach Terrain Chart. See LPPR AD 2.24.06-1

    Obstacle Clearance Altitudes / Heights (OCA/). See relevant Instrument Approach Charts.

    ATC Procedures

    1. ATC will apply safeguards and procedures for ILS operations that will become effective in relation to WX conditions as specified below.
    2. When the visibility is less than 2500M and / or the cloud base is below 400 FT, ATC will instruct TFC to perform ILS approaches to RWY 17.
    3. Low Visibility Procedures:
      When the TDZ RVR is 550M or less, or the cloud base is at 200FT or below, ATC will ensure that the ILS protection area is clear of (known) TFC before issuing the LDG clearance (never after the 4 NM final).
    4. RVR Information:
      ATC will always give the RVR value for position ALPHA (TDZ). As for either of the two other positions, BRAVO and CHARLIE, ATC will only give their RVR value if they are:
      • less than the TDZ and less than 550M; or
      • less than 350M, or
      • requested by the pilot
    5. Surface Surveillance System (SMR) is available to ATC.

    Clearances

    The above weather conditions and related safeguards are chosen so as to facilitate CAT I and CAT II operations respectively.

    During approach, pilots will be informed of:

    • any known unserviceability and/or downgrading of aids or facilities referred on the above paragraph, when applicable.
    • significant changes in surface wind (speed and direction).
    • changes in RVR

    CAT II Standard Taxi Routes

    See table on paragraph 4.4.

    Practice ILS Approaches

    Pilots who wish to practice ILS CAT II approaches are to use the phrase “REQUEST PRACTICE CAT II APPROACH”, on initial CTC with PORTO APP.

    The measures mentioned above on paragraph “ATC Procedures”, Item c and Item b, will not be applied. Item d will be applied only when TFC permits.

    Holding awaiting weather improvement

    ACFT awaiting WX improvement in HLDG area will be stacked FM FL60 upward.

    When approaches are possible again, new slots will be assigned, based on the original sequence of arrival

    The sequence may be adjusted in order to provide for differences in LDGS criteria e.g. ILS CAT II approaches against ILS CAT I approaches.

    ATC may initially allocate more favourable (higher) HLDG levels when the number and type of ACFT involved in HLDG allows this procedure.

  8. Handling services

    All general aviation aircraft are parked in remote stands, which require transportation to terminal building and ARO/METEO offices. The only entities authorized to provide transportation are the handling agents mentioned below.

    All commercial aircraft operating in Porto Aerodrome must be represented by one of the agents mentioned on the list below:

    Authorized Full Handling Agents:

    Groundforce

    Tel: (Station Manager) +351 961344797

    Tel: (HOC) +351 961705962

    Tel: +351 229432400 (Ext. 42775)

    SITA: OPOJJXH

    SITA: OPOSCXH

    Email: hoc.opo@grounforce.pt

    Email: stationmanager.opo@groundforce.pt

    VHF: 131.900 MHZ

    OMNI Handling

    Tel: +351 229432435

    Tel: (mobile) +351 915220210

    Fax: +351 229432436

    Email: opo@omnihandling.com

    URL: http://www.omnihandling.com

    VHF: 131.900 MHZ

    Portway – Handling de Portugal, SA

    Tel: +351 229432541

    Fax: +351 229432487

    SITA: OPOKLXH

    SITA:OPOKOXH

    Email: operacoes.opo@portway.pt

    VHF: 131.875 MHZ

    Authorized Handling Supervising Agents:

    Sky Valet

    Tel:+351 220975399

    Tel: (mobile) +351 910991079

    Fax: +351 220922355

    URL: http://skyvalet.com

    Email: lppr@jetbase.biz

    Authorized Handling Passenger Assistance and Supervising Agents:

    LGSP - Lufthansa Ground Services Portugal

    Tel: +351 229437900

    Tel: (mobile) +351 961447436

    Fax: +351 229410520

    Email: oposm@lufthansa-group.com

    SITA: OPOSTLH

    Safeport Executive

    Tel: +351 220987600

    Tel: +351 912176672 (mobile)

    Fax: +351 220987600

    Email: oporto@safeport.aero

  9. Engine test runs

    Engine test runs in idle power may take place on stands. Engine test runs above idle power will take place in a location designated by Airport Operations Service. Test runs are allowed from 0600 to 2400 (0500 to 2300) on the condition that a previous authorization was obtained from Airport Operations Service. Operators shall indicate the real time of start and duration of the test.

LPPR AD 2.21  Noise abatement procedures

1. GENERAL

Landing and/or take-off is forbidden by law between 00:00 (23:00) and 06:00 (05:00), except in cases of force majeure. However, according to governmental deliberation, exception regime has been granted for Porto Airport in which landing and/or take-off of aircraft engaged in commercial aviation or aerial work are allowed in a limited number.

The authorisation for air movements during this period is conditioned to:

  1. The maximum number of movements allowed (11 daily, 70 weekly, 2.100 yearly)
  2. The noise level of the aircraft concerned, in compliance with ICAO:

    Level 0

    below 87 EPNdB

    Level 0,5

    between 87 EPNdB and 89,9 EPNdB

    Level 1

    between 90 EPNdB and 92,9 EPNdB

    Level 2

    between 93 EPNdB and 95,9 EPNdB

    Level 4

    between 96 EPNdB and 98,9 EPNdB

    Level 8

    between 99 EPNdB and 101,9 EPNdB

    Level 16

    above 101,9 EPNdB

    1. Aircraft classified Level 16, cannot be scheduled between 00:00 (23:00) and 06:00 (05:00);
    2. Aircraft classified Levels 4 and 8, cannot be scheduled between 02:00 (01:00) and 05:00 (04:00);
  3. Aircraft authorised to land during the night period are strictly forbidden to reverse thrust right after landing;
  4. The operating restrictions set out in Item 1 shall not apply to the following cases of force majeure:
    1. Aircraft operating humanitarian, emergency or evacuation missions;
    2. Aircraft to come across urgent situations, taking in account weather, technical failure or flight safety reasons;
    3. Air movements subject to an unforeseen schedule alteration due to abnormal disturbance within Air Traffic Control;
    4. Air movements operated up to 01:00 (00:00) which were actually scheduled for periods up to 00:00 (23:00), due to delays for which neither the Airport Management Company nor the Operator were to blame;
    5. Air movements from/to Autonomous Regions of Madeira and Azores, due to meteorological conditions;
    6. Landings operated during the period comprised between 05:00 (04:00) and 06:00 (05:00), due to weather reasons, as far as the arrival had been scheduled for a time after 06:00 (05:00).
  5. For the purpose of compliance with provision of Item 2 above, the operator shall, when applying for a slot provide the information contained in the aircraft manufacturer’s noise certificate.
  6. Noise abatement procedures during approach, landing and take.off shall comply with standards and procedures set in ICAO PANSOPS Volume I and Portuguese AIP.
  7. Aircraft authorised to land and take-off shall comply with technical characteristics according to ICAO Annex 16 Volume I, Chapter 3 and Portuguese AIP:
    1. For landing: Approach to landing MS 9 equal X EPNdB
    2. For Take-off: (take-off PS side-line) / 2 equal X EPNdB

      Note: Information contained in the ACFT manufacturer’s noise data, except for aircraft registered in EU Member-States, in which applies the data contained in the EASA Form 45 Noise Certificate issued by the competent Authority of the respective Member-State.

2. Penalties for non-compliance with slot allocation rules during the night period.

Penalties for these offences are specified in f) and g), paragraph 2, article 28 of Decree Law 9/2007.

LPPR AD 2.22  Flight procedures

1. STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES FROM PORTO (FRANCISCO SA CARNEIRO) AERODROME

GENERAL REMARKS:
NIL

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES:
In accordance with Item LPPR AD 2.21.

RADAR VECTORING:
Radar Vectoring involving deviation from SID may be used by Porto Approach to expedite traffic.

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:
In the event of RCF squawk A7600;

  1. Fly at/to the last assigned and acknowledged level or to the level of SID if is higher than the last assigned level until passing 30 NM DME PRT 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 30 NM DME PRT DVOR/DME, rejoin the current flight plan route and proceed in accordance with § 2 above.
  4. If cleared DCT to…, fly at/to the assigned and acknowledged level or to F100, whichever is higher, until passing 30 NM DME PRT DVOR/DME, maintain the current flight plan route and proceed in accordance with § 2 above.

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

2. FMS RNAV DEPARTURE ROUTES FROM PORTO (FRANCISCO SA CARNEIRO) AERODROME

GENERAL PROCEDURES:
If unable to comply with these FMS RNAV Departure Routes, advise ATC.

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES:
In accordance with Item LPPR AD 2.21.

RADAR VECTORING:
Radar Vectoring involving deviation from SID may be used by Porto Approach to expedite traffic.

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:
In the event of RCF squawk A7600:

  1. Fly at/to the last assigned and acknowledged level or to the level of SID if is higher than the last assigned level until passing 30 NM DME PRT 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 30 NM DME PRT DVOR/DME, rejoin the current flight plan route and proceed in accordance with § 2 above.
  4. If cleared DCT to…, fly at/to the assigned and acknowledged level or to F100, whichever is higher, until passing 30 NM DME PRT DVOR/DME, maintain the current flight plan route and proceed in accordance with § 2 above.

FMS RNAV DEPARTURE ROUTES (SID) DESCRIPTION: See back of charts LPPR AD 2.24.08-5 and LPPR AD 2.24.08-7

3. STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVALS TO PORTO (FRANCISCO SA CARNEIRO) AERODROME

NIL

4. FMS RNAV ARRIVAL ROUTES TO PORTO (FRANCISCO SA CARNEIRO) AERODROME

4.1 RUNWAY 17

GENERAL REMARKS:
To shorten these FMS RNAV Arrival Procedures, radar vectors or instructions to follow specific way points shall be expected.

SPEED ADJUSTMENT:
See ENR Section 1.5, Sub-section 1.5.4 paragraph 2a).

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:
In the event of RCF squawk 7600, fly DCT at/to the last assigned level to ADNOV holding pattern regardless published FL, and at ETA according to CPL or at EAT (when received and acknowledged) start descent to initial approach altitude to carry out a standard IFR Approach according to IAC.

In the event of RCF after the clearance for the Final Approach, proceed for landing

FMS RNAV ARRIVAL ROUTES (STAR) DESCRIPTION: See back of chart LPPR AD 2.24.10-1

4.2 RUNWAY 35

GENERAL REMARKS:
To shorten these FMS RNAV Arrival Procedures, radar vectors or instructions to follow specific way points shall be expected.

SPEED ADJUSTMENT:
See ENR Section 1.5, Sub-section 1.5.4 paragraph 2a).

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:

In the event of RCF squawk 7600, fly DCT at/to the last assigned level to AKULU holding pattern regardless published FL, and at ETA according to CPL or at EAT (when received and acknowledged) start descent to initial approach altitude to carry out a standard IFR Approach according to IAC.

In the event of RCF after the clearance for the Final Approach, proceed for landing.

FMS RNAV ARRIVAL ROUTES (STAR) DESCRIPTION: See Back of chart LPPR AD 2.24.10-3

5. EAT Calculation Method

Expected Approach Time (EAT) to Porto AD is calculated to the IAF of the procedure to be used, regardless of Holding Pattern used.

6. Visual Approaches

Unless otherwise instructed by ATC, the missed approach procedure for visual approaches is the same as the instrument missed approach procedure broadcast by ATIS or defined by ATC.

If unable advice ATC.

See visual approach procedure chart.

7. Holding Procedures

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

ADNOV

ADNOV

413106N0084511W

170°RIGHT2304000 FT ALT FL 1401 MIN

ADNOV

ADNOV

413106N0084511W

170°RIGHT240FL 150
FL 240
1.5 MIN

ADNOV

ADNOV

413106N0084511W

RDL350-DME15 PRT DVOR/DME

170°RIGHT2304000 FT ALT
FL 140
5 NM

ADNOV

ADNOV

413106N0084511W

RDL350-DME15 PRT DVOR/DME

170°RIGHT240FL 150
FL 240
9.5 NM

AKULU

AKULU

405903N0083643W

351°LEFT2304000 FT ALT
FL 140
1 MIN

AKULU

AKULU

405903N0083643W

351°LEFT240FL 150
FL 240
1.5 MIN

AKULU

AKULU

405903N0083643W

RDL171-DME17.7 PRT DVOR/DME

351°LEFT2304000 FT ALT
FL 140
5 NM

AKULU

AKULU

405903N0083643W

RDL171-DME17.7 PRT DVOR/DME

351°LEFT240FL 150
FL 240
9.5 NM

DIVUT

DIVUT

410143N0081933W

RDL133-DME22 PRT DVOR/DME

313°

LEFT

230

FL 080

FL 140

5 NM

DIVUT

DIVUT

410143N0081933W

RDL133-DME22 PRT DVOR/DME

313°

LEFT

240

FL 150 FL 240

9.5 NM

PORTO/PRT

PORTO DVOR/DME

411623N0084116W

171°

RIGHT

230

4000 FT ALT
FL 140
1 MIN

PORTO/PRT

PORTO DVOR/DME

411623N0084116W

171°

RIGHT

240

FL 150

FL 240

1.5 MIN

RETMO
RETMO
411340N0090050W
RDL262-D15 PRT DVOR/DME
082°RIGHT230FL060
FL140
5 NM
RETMO
RETMO
411340N0090050W
RDL262-D15 PRT DVOR/DME
082°RIGHT240FL150
FL240
9.5 NM
RETMO
RETMO
411340N0090050W
082°RIGHT230FL060
FL140
1 MIN
RETMO
RETMO
411340N0090050W
082°RIGHT240FL150
FL240
1.5 MIN

VASIP

VASIP

413318N0082234W

RDL041-DME22 PRT DVOR/DME

221°

LEFT

230

FL 080 FL 140

8 NM

VASIP

VASIP

413318N0082234W

RDL041-DME22 PRT DVOR/DME

221°

LEFT

240

FL 150 FL 240

9.5 NM

LPPR AD 2.23  Additional information

1. Bird activity and patterns

Flocks of birds with significant activity occur daily at the airport and on the vicinity. Some species groups, like sea gulls (larus sp. and larus fuscus) cross the aerodrome field area from EAST to WEST and vice-versa during morning and evening periods.

2. Bird hazard warning

Bird scaring is accomplished by use of gas cannon units and scarecrow devices, installed along runway strip. The gas cannons are activated whenever birds are detected. The scarecrow devices operate permanently and an additional portable unit is available to be used whenever required.

Pilots are advised that birds may not always be promptly detected. Caution requested during approach and take-off.

3. Grass cutting

Grass cutting will take place along Strip RWY 17/35, Tuesday to Saturday from 00:00-05:00 (23:00-04:00). Men and equipment under Tower control and airport authority supervision.

LPPR AD 2.24  Charts related to the aerodrome

NamePage
AERODROME CHART-ICAO
AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART-ICAO (APRON S)
AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART-ICAO (APRON T and W)
AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART-ICAO – RWY17/35
PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART-ICAO – RWY17
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) – RWY17
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) – RWY35
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT CHART (SID) RNAV RWY 17
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT CHART (SID) RNAV RWY 35
STANDARD ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT (STAR) - RNAV RWY 17
STANDARD ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT (STAR) - RNAV RWY 35
ATC SURVEILLANCE MINIMUM ALTITUDE CHART
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART-ICAO – ILS RWY17 CAT A-B
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART-ICAO – ILS RWY17 CAT C-D
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART-ICAO – DVOR/DME RWY17 CAT A-B-C-D
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO DVOR/DME RWY 35 CAT A-B-C-D
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART-ICAO – RNP RWY35
VISUAL APPROACH CHART-ICAO