LPPS — PORTO SANTO

LPPS AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

LPPS — PORTO SANTO

LPPS AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

1ARP coordinates and site

LAT: 330415N

LONG: 0162059W

Intersection Runway 36/18 with Taxiway unserviceable

2Direction and distance of ARP from city or town

2KM (1.08NM) NNW from Porto Santo

3Elevation/Reference temperature104M / 340FT
25.7° C (AUG)
4Geoid undulation at aerodrome elevation position
5MAG VAR/Annual change4°W (2020) / 0.17° decreasing
6AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS
Post:

ANA-SA Aeroportos de Portugal
Direção dos Aeroportos da Madeira
Aeroporto de Porto Santo
Ilha de Porto Santo
9400 – PORTO SANTO

Tel: +351 291980120

Fax: +351 291980121

AFS: LPPSYDYA

Email: madeira.airports@ana.pt

URL: http://www.ana.pt

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR / VFR

8Remarks

NIL

LPPS AD 2.3  Operational hours

1AD Administration

H24

2Customs and immigrationCustoms:MON-SUN + HOL 07:00-23:00 (06:00-22:00)
23:00-07:00 (22:00-07:00) on requestImmigration:MON-FRI 09:00-18:00 (08:00-17:00)
18:00-09:00 (17:00-08:00)on requestSAT + SUN + HOL H24 on request
3Health and sanitation

NIL

4AIS Unit *NIL
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO) **NIL
6MET Briefing Office

H24

7ATS

H24

8FuellingMON-SUN+HOL 09:00-13:00 (08:00-12:00) and 15:00-19:00 (14:00-18:00)
MON-SUN+HOL 13:00-15:00 (12:00-14:00) and 19:00-09:00 (18:00-08:00) on request
9HandlingGroundforce:MON-SUN+HOL 07:00-22:00 (06:00-21:00)
22:00-07:00 (21:00-06:00) on request
10Security

H24

11De-icing

NIL

12RemarksServices availability on request: for contacts see AD 2.20
*Pre-flight Information Bulletins can also be supplied upon request.The service must be requested through Communications Station 08:00-13:00 (07:00-12:00) and 14:00-16:00 (13:00-15:00) and through TWR 13:00-14:00 (12:00-13:00) and 16:00-08:00 (15:00-07:00)
**Acceptance and forwarding of FPL and associated messages is possible through AFS Station.
Fuel Service - Around 30 minutes of delay maybe expected for non-scheduled flights

LPPS AD 2.4  Handling services and facilities

1Cargo handling facilities:

One Fork Lift (2 tons)

High Lift Loader

Conveyor Belt

Various vehicles and Equipment

2Fuel/oil types

FUEL: JET A1

OIL: None

3Fuelling facilities/capacityHydrant system and fuel Trucks

2 Trucks capacity 36000 litres.

Delivery rate 56 litres per second.

4De-icing facilities

NIL

5Hangar space available for visiting aircraft

NIL

6Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Minor repairs only

7Remarks

Push Back not available

LPPS AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

1Hotels

Hotels in City

2RestaurantsRestaurants in City
3Transportation

Taxis

4Medical facilities

First Aid Treatment at Aerodrome, Ambulance

City Medical Centre in City H24

5Bank and Post Office

In City

6Tourist Office

In City

7Remarks

NIL

LPPS AD 2.6  Rescue and fire fighting services

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 7
Higher Category, up to CAT 8, available by Prior Permission Required (PPR) to Madeira Airports Director LPPSYDYA, 60 minutes prior operation, or at least 30 minutes directly to Control Tower.
2Rescue equipmentIn accordance with CAT 7 requirements established in table 5.2 of ICAO Doc. 9137-AN/898 Part I.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

NIL

If necessary all equipment available in LPMA Aerodrome

4Remarks

NIL

LPPS 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.

LPPS AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

1Apron surface and strengthAPRONSURFACESTRENGTH
AConcrete

PCN 70/R/C/W /U

2Taxiway width, surface and strengthTAXIWAYWIDTHSURFACESTRENGTH

A

30M

Concrete

PCN 60/R/C/W /U
B and C

15M

3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Apron – 258FT

4VOR checkpoint locations

Not established

5INS Checkpoint positions RAMP / STANDINS COORDINATESELEVATION (M/AMSL)ACFT TYPE(CRITICAL)PUSH BACK TO TWY/TAXILANE
NIL See stand coordinates on chart LPPS AD 2.24.02
6Remarks

NIL

LPPS 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

Taxiway’s guidelines

Guideline at Apron

2RWY/TWY markings and lights

RWY/TWY Markings:

Runway designation, Runway centre line, Threshold, Edge, Runway End as appropriate, Touchdown Zone, Taxiway centreline, and Runway Holding Position at taxiways/runways interception.

RWY/TWY Lights:runways, taxiways and holding bays lateral lights.
3Stop bars

NIL

4Remarks

NIL

LPPS AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

In approach/TKOF areasIn circling area and at aerodrome
12
RWY/Area affectedObstacle type Elevation Marking/LightingCo-ordinatesObstacle type Elevation Markings/LGTCo-ordinates
abcab

See LPPS AD 2.24.04-1

ANTENNA
175M
White and Red / Red
330357.3N 0162118.2W
PILLAR
74.8M
NIL/NIL
330342.4N 0162055.3W
PILLAR
78.7M
NIL/NIL
330354.2N 0162055.8W
PILLAR
82.7M
NIL/NIL
330407.5N 0162056.3W
PILLAR
103.2M
NIL/NIL
330502.7N 0162058.0W
PILLAR
105.0M
NIL/NIL
330502.6N 0162105.2W
PILLAR
95.2M
NIL/NIL
330446.6N 0162057.2W
PILLAR
100.5M
NIL/NIL
330446.2N 0162104.2W
PILLAR
95.6M
NIL/NIL
330433.5N 0162103.6W
PILLAR
91.3M
NIL/NIL
330433.6N 0162057.4W
PILLAR
86.2M
NIL/NIL
330421.0N 0162055.7W
PILLAR
90.2M
NIL/NIL
330420.9N 0162102.6W
FENCE
82.7M
NIL/NIL
330402.9N 0162101.9W
FENCE
77.1M
NIL/NIL
330346.3N 0162101.2W
FENCE
70.7M
NIL/NIL
330331.9N 0162100.6W
FENCE
69.6M
NIL/NIL
330331.8N 0162100.7W
3RemarksAll obstructions inside approach and take-off areas are provided with day marking and obstruction lighting.

LPPS AD 2.11  Meteorological information provided

1Associated MET OfficePORTO SANTO AMO
2Hours of serviceH24
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO
30 HR - issuance every 6 hours
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance

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 informationPorto Santo TWR, Madeira TWR and APP
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)PORTO SANTO AMO:
Phone: +351 291982138
Fax: +351 291983892
Email: lpps@ipma.pt
CPVM-AERO MWO/AMO:

Tel: +351 218474583

Fax: +351 218402370

Email: met.aero@ipma.pt

LPPS AD 2.12  Runway physical characteristics

DesignationsTRUE BRGDimensions of RWY (M)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR COORD

RWY END

Geoid Undulation

THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWYSlope of RWY/SWY
1234567
18178.113000x45PCN60/F/C/W/T
Asphalt
Concrete
THR
330512.94N 0162101.72W

THR

104M

See LPPS AD 2.24.04-1

36

358.11THR
330335.56N 0162057.89W
THR
73M
DesignationsSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESAOFZRemarks
18910111213
18

NIL

NIL

3120x15090X90

NIL

Paved shoulders 7.5M each side of Runway

36

90X90

LPPS AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
18

3000

3000

3000

3000

NIL
36

3000

3000

3000

3000

RWY 18 INT with TWY B244124412441N/ANIL
RWY 36 INT with TWY A194519451945

LPPS 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
18

Simple Approach Lighting system with 420M length and undirectional light white with cross bar at 300M from threshold.

Variable

Green

5 bars at each side of Runway

PAPI -3°

Both sides

MEHT 14.48M

NIL

NIL

2400M White + 600M Yellow, 30M spacing variable

Red

NIL

NIL

36

Simple Approach Lighting system with 360M length and undirectional light white with cross bar at 300M from threshold.

Variable

PAPI -3°

Both sides

MEHT 14.48M

NIL

NIL

NIL

NIL

LPPS AD 2.15  Other lighting, secondary power supply

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation

ABN: at TWR Building, FLG W/G, HS

2LDI location and lighting Anemometer location and lightingLDI: NIL
Anemometers:
RWY36: Right Side, 300M THR. Lighted
RWY18: Right Side, 300M THR. Lighted
3TWY edge and centre line lighting

Edge Lights: all Taxiways

Centre Line: NIL

4Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Secondary Power Supply conforms requirements of Annex 14.

5Remarks

Emergency lights available for Runway.

Arresting barrier obstruction lights.

LPPS AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

NIL

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

LPPS AD 2.17  ATS airspace

1Designation and lateral limits

PORTO SANTO CTR

A circle with 5NM radius centred at ARP (330415N 0162059W)

2Vertical limits

2000FT ALT (600M)

3Airspace classification

C

4ATS unit call sign / Language(s)

Madeira Approach

Porto Santo Tower

EN, PT

5Transition altitude

5000FT

6RemarksNIL

LPPS AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of OperationRemarks
12345
TWRPORTO SANTO Tower120.055 MHZH24Primary
118.755 MHZH24Secondary
278.950 MHZH24
121.500 MHZH24Emergency
243.000 MHZH24Emergency
APPMADEIRA Approach119.605 MHZHOPrimary
120.455 MHZHOSecondary
279.050 MHZHO
121.500 MHZH24Emergency
243.000 MHZH24Emergency

LPPS 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
(04° W - 2020)

SNT

114.900 MHZ

H24

330525.5N 0162102.3WCoverage:200NM FL500 Not usable:
RDL050 BYD 29NM BLW 4000FT
RDL066 BYD 31NM BLW 4000FT
070°/170° and 195°/250° BYD 10NM below 9000FT

DME

SNT

CH 96X

H24

330525.0N

0162101.3W

400FTCoverage:200NM FL500 Not usable:

070°/170° and 195°/250° BYD 10NM below 9000FT
DVOR
(04° W - 2020)

FUN

112.200 MHZ

H24

324449.8N
0164219.6W

Coverage:
200NM FL500 Not usable:
240°/310° BYD 20NM BLW 9000FT

DME

FUN

CH 59X

H24

324449.3N

0164220.5W

500FT

Coverage:

200NM FL500

Not usable:

240°/310° BYD 20NM BLW 9000FT

LPPS AD 2.20  Local aerodrome regulations

1. Handling Services

The Handling Service is provided by the following Agents:

Ground Handling:

SPDH SA (Groundforce Portugal)

Tel: +.351 291520844

Fax: +.351.291520845

Email: pxokk@groundforce.pt

SITA: PXOKOXH

Cargo Handling:

SPDH SA

Tel: +.351 291520844

Fax: +.351 291520845

Email: pxokk@groundforce.pt

SITA: PXOKKXH

2. Refuelling

Contact of Refuelling Company:

PETROGAL

Tel: +351 291982174

Fax: +351 291982174

Email: galpair.pxo@mail.telepac.pt

3. Refuel Operations

All refuelling operations with passengers on board, embarking or disembarking, are only allowed with a RFFS Vehicle on prevention and must have previous authorization of Airport Operation Authority.

Accordingly Crews must contact the following frequencies:

4. RWY Backtrack Operations

RWY backtrack operations forbidden to aircraft with MTOW above 30 TONS. These operations must be done only on turning bays.
Exception made to Medical Evacuation, SAR and Emergency Flights.

LPPS 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 Santo 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 (3 daily, 7 weekly)
  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

    Aircraft classified Level 4,8 and 16, cannot be scheduled between 02:00 (01:00) and 05:00 (04:00);

  3. The operating restrictions set out in Item 1 shall not apply to the following cases of force majeure:
    • Aircraft operating humanitarian, emergency or evacuation missions;
    • Aircraft to come across urgent situations, taking in account weather, technical failure or flight safety reasons;
    • Air movements subject to an unforeseen schedule alteration due to abnormal disturbance within Air Traffic Control;
    • 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;
    • 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).

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.

LPPS AD 2.22  Flight procedures

1. FMS RNAV DEPARTURE ROUTES FROM PORTO SANTO AERODROME

RUNWAY 18/36

GENERAL REMARKS:

Be aware of high ground on both sides of runway.

If unable to comply with FMS RNAV-1 Departure Routes advise ATC on first contact and expect radar vectors.

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 SNT 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 SNT DVOR/DME, rejoin the current flight plan route and proceed in accordance with item 2 above.
  4. If cleared DCT to…, fly at/to the assigned and acknowledged level or to FL060, whichever is higher, until passing 30 NM DME SNT DVOR/DME, maintain the current flight plan route and proceed in accordance with item 2 above.

FMS RNAV DEPARTURE ROUTES (SID) DESCRIPTION: See back of charts LPPS AD 2.24.08-1 and LPPS AD 2.24.08-3

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES:

In accordance with AD 1.1.6

2. FMS RNAV ARRIVAL ROUTES (STARs) TO PORTO SANTO AERODROME

RUNWAYS 18/36

GENERAL REMARKS:

If unable to comply with FMS RNAV-1 Arrivals Routes advise ATC on first contact and expect radar vectors for final approach.

Expect radar vectors for final approach.

SPEED ADJUSTMENT:

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

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:

1. RNAV-1 Certified/Capability

In case of Radio Communication Failure squawk 7600

  1. If cleared to proceed via a STAR continue descent to 3000 feet via the STAR. Comply with all speed and altitude restrictions to perform an RNP approach to the runway in use.
  2. Otherwise continue descent to the last assigned and acknowledged FL or FL100 whichever is higher and proceed direct to MARCU for RWY36 or LAPPA for RWY18, and hold as published. At MARCU or LAPPA holding start descent to 3000 feet to perform an RNP approach to the runway in use.
  3. If unable to perform RNP approach continue descent to the last assigned and acknowledged FL or FL100 whichever is higher and proceed direct to MARCU for RWY36 or LAPPA for RWY18 and hold as published. At MARCU or LAPPA holding start descent to 3000 feet to perform a VOR/DME approach.

2. Non RNAV

In case of Radio Communication Failure squawk 7600 and continue descent to the last assigned and acknowledged FL or FL100 whichever is higher and proceed direct to MARCU for RWY36 or LAPPA for RWY18 and hold as published. At MARCU or LAPPA holding start descent to 3000 feet to perform a VOR/DME approach to the runway in use.

3. Flights below FL100

In case of Radio Communications Failure squawk 7600

  1. If visual with the runway perform a Visual Approach
  2. If IMC and flying on a STAR continue descent to 3000 feet via the STAR. Comply with all speed and altitude restrictions to perform an RNP or VOR/DME approach to the runway in use.
  3. If IMC and flying with “direct to” instructions continue descent to 3000ft to MARCU for RWY36 or LAPPA for RWY18 to perform an RNP or VOR/DME approach to the runway in use.

FMS RNAV ARRIVAL ROUTES (STARs) DESCRIPTION: See back of charts LPPS AD 2.24.10-1 and LPPS AD 2.24.10-3.

3. Holding Procedures

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

LAPPA

LAPPA

331745N0162131W

RDL002-DME12.3 SNT DVOR/DME

182°

LEFT

2203000 FT ALT FL 1405.7 NM

LAPPA

LAPPA

331745N0162131W

182°

LEFT

240FL 150
FL 240
1.5 MIN

LAPPA

LAPPA

331745N0162131W

182°

LEFT

2303000 FT ALT FL 1401 MIN

MARCU

MARCU

325104N0162028W

RDL182-DME14.3 SNT DVOR/DME

002°RIGHT2203000 FT ALT FL 1405.7 NM

MARCU

MARCU

325104N0162028W

002°RIGHT240FL 150
FL 240
1.5 MIN

MARCU

MARCU

325104N0162028W

002°RIGHT2303000 FT ALT FL 1401 MIN

LPPS AD 2.23  Additional information

Caution advised due to open trenches along both sides of the runway and runway strips with a slope of more than 5%.

1. Potentially Dangerous Activities

Glider flying activities at Porto Santo CTR (see ENR 5.5).

2. Bird concentrations in the Movement Area and in the Vicinity of the Airport

Birds activity takes place daily from sunrise to sunset at the movement area (including STRIPS) and in the vicinity of the airport. The birds activity is characterized predominantly by flocks of seagulls.

As far as practicable, Air Traffic Service will inform pilots of this Bird activity and the estimated location, if possible.

During the above periods, pilots of aircraft are advised that birds may not always be promptly detected and caution is requested during approach-to-land, descent, take-off, climb and Taxi procedures.

Dispersal activities include the using of gas cannon units, scarecrow hand-held and vehicle devices distress calls and the presence of wildlife personnel.

Gas cannon activity takes place during all year, daily from sunrise to sunset and scarecrow devices are activated whenever birds are detected.

A Wildlife Hazard Management Plan is also in force in Porto Santo Airport.

Wildlife personnel available daily 07:00-20:00.

2. Grass cutting

Grass cutting will take place along Strip RWY 18/36, daily from 08:00-18:00 (07:00-17:00). Men and equipment under Tower control and airport authority supervision.

LPPS AD 2.24  Charts related to an aerodrome

NamePage
AERODROME CHART - ICAO
AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART - ICAO
AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO - RWY 18/36
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) - RNAV RWY 18
STANDARD DEPARTURE INSTRUMENT (SID) - RNAV RWY 36
STANDARD ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT (STAR) RNAV RWY 18
STANDARD ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT (STAR) RNAV RWY 36
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - DVOR RWY18
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - DVOR RWY 36
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RNP RWY18
INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RNP RWY 36
VISUAL APPROACH CHART - ICAO