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<p>Revision: 201120 Effective: 16 MAY 11 Manual: EAG Customer Office K2 Manual Code: K2 Created: 18 MAY 11 15:47:57</p> <p>Page 15.1</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>Page 15.227.1 27.1 27.2 27.3 27.5 27.6 27.7 27.9 27.10 27.11</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>ContentsPage 16.1 16.1 16.2 16.5 17.1 17.1 17.1 17.2 17.5 17.7 18.1 18.1 18.2 19.1 19.1 20.1 20.1 21.1 21.1 22.1 22.1 22.1 23.1 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.3 23.4 23.10 23.12 23.13 24.1 24.1 24.2 25.1 25.1 25.5 25.7-10 25.11 25.11 25.13 26.1 Navtech - l150102basa0</p> <p>ICAO recommended airport equipment Approach lighting system U.S. standard approach lighting system VASIS / PAPI / PLASI Runway lights and threshold lights Taxiway lights Runway markings Holding positions Location, direction and destination signs Visual docking guidance systems</p> <p>Contents Introduction Navtech aerochart introduction Common for Navtech charts Different chart types AERODROME Communication area Aerodrome data area Chart area Runway and lighting table Take off minima GROUND Description Symbols on GROUND charts GENERAL Description AREA Description RADAR Minimum Altitudes Description SID / DEPARTURE / STAR / ARRIVAL Description Symbols on SID/DEPARTURE/STAR/ARRIVAL charts Instrument Approach Chart (IAC) Description Chart designator Communication area Approach information area Plan view Profile view DME / Time versus altitude tables Minima area Additional minima pages Additional landing minima Radar procedures JAR OPS Aerodrome Operating Minima (AOM) Landing minima Take off minima Open EU OPS Subpart E - Aerodrome Operating Minima General Landing minima Failed or downgraded equipment Navtech - l150102basa0</p> <p>26.1 26.2 26.3</p> <p>Failed or downgraded equipment acc JAR OPS standard Failed or downgraded equipment acc EU OPS standard Failed or downgraded equipment acc USA standard</p> <p>Change: 18.1, 19.1, 26.2</p> <p>Change: New print</p> <p>Page 16.1</p> <p>15 NOV 10</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGENDManual contents</p> <p>INTRODUCTION</p> <p>Page 16.2</p> <p>16 JUN 10</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND COMMON FOR ALL CHARTS</p> <p>Navtech aerochart introductionThis LEGEND section is intended for interpretation of chart symbology and understanding of how the Navtech aerochart manual is built-up. The manual contains general ight regulations and the route and aerodrome information needed for IFR operations. The content is based on ofcial documentation obtained from aviation authorities (AIP, supplements, NOTAM etc) as well as rules and regulaions from ICAO and Civil Aviation Authorities. Editions Several editions of the manual are available, some covering a specic geographic area and some customized for a specic operator. Note that some chapters are not included in all manuals. Revisions The revision number is the same as the week number in the ISO Calendar. Remember to always enter manual holders signature on the record of revision page when inserting a new revision. Revision Information Bulletin A Revision Information Bulletin is issued when necessary to highlight enhancements of new symbology, or to explain other manual related matters. Date of pages To identify the validity of manual pages, all pages have a production date. In addition a with effect date is also printed when applicable. Chart BULLETINS Each manual contains BULLETINS corresponding to the geographical area of the manual. The manual BULLETINS normally contains permanent changes to the manual. In addition, some temporary information will be included. The manual BULLETINS shall be carefully studied in order to have an updated manual.</p> <p>Common for Navtech aerochartsInformation outside chart frame Following information is given outside the chart frame: 1 Chart number and production date. Chart number is a combination of a serial number and a page number (see Chart numbering). Effective date, when applicable. Chart designator. Country, city, aerodrome name and ICAO/IATA codes. 5 6 7 8 9 Changes made in the chart since last issue. Reverse side blank (when back page is empty). Copyright and administrative code. Procedure design criteria. On IACs only. Tab with page number (right side on front page and left side on back page).</p> <p>The manual is divided into sections, separated by deviders as follows: BULLETINS GENERAL ABBREVIATIONS LEGENDS AERODROME INFORMATION (ADI) RULES AND REGULATIONS COMMUNICATIONS METEOROLOGY NAVIGATIONAL PROCEDURES OPERATIONAL / COMPANY INFORMATION GROSS WEIGHT CHART (GWC) ROUTE BRIEFING EMERGENCY SECURITY AERODROME CHARTS * AERODROME GROUND GENERAL AREA / RADAR SID / DEPARTURE STAR / ARRIVAL INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART (IAC)</p> <p>2 3 4</p> <p>2 3</p> <p>150 - 5 30 SEP 06</p> <p>RNAV (GNSS) RWY 11</p> <p>WEF 10 OCT 06</p> <p>Saab LINKOPING</p> <p>4 Sweden - ESSL / LPI</p> <p>8</p> <p> RADAR PROCEDURES JAR OPS MINIMA EN ROUTE CHART (ENC)</p> <p>Times given in the manual</p> <p>Occasionally local times are used, and then time values are followed by the abbreviation LT. Navtech - xxxx</p> <p> Navtech - l160105basa0</p> <p> Navtech - l160105basa0</p> <p>7</p> <p>Reverse side blank</p> <p>50 - 56Change:</p> <p>Hours of operation, service hours etc. are indicated in UTC. To obtain correct hours of operations during daylight saving time periods, adjust time given in UTC by -1hr.</p> <p>*The AERODROME CHARTS section is arranged countrywise in alphabetical order. Within each country the aerodromes are arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the associated city.</p> <p>PANS OPS</p> <p> ADDITIONAL LANDING MINIMA</p> <p>9</p> <p>5</p> <p>Change: NOTAM revised to BULLETINS</p> <p>Change: Tab with page number.</p> <p>Page 16.3Chart numbering</p> <p>16 JUN 10</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND COMMON FOR ALL CHARTS</p> <p>Page 16.4</p> <p>16 JUN 10</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND COMMON FOR ALL CHARTS</p> <p>Communication functions and frequencies All charts (except GENERAL) shows relevant functions and frequencies, applicable to the respective type of chart. Placement is always at the top of the chart, inside the frame. Callsign for the function in front of the function. When next function in sequense (the function to the right) has the same callsign, the callsign is omitted. A (D) after a function indicates that datalink is available for that function.</p> <p>Charts are numbered with a combination of a serial number and a page number. The serial number defines different types of charts as follows: Serial number 4 5 10 20 30 40 50 51 VISUAL AERODROME BRIEFING CARD AERODROME, GROUND and GENERAL AREA and RADAR SID and DEPARTURE STAR and ARRIVAL Instrument Approach Charts (IAC) Additional Landing Minima and Radar Procedures Chart type</p> <p>GROUND OverviewDusseldorf DLV 121.775 118.3 GND 121.9 North 118.3 South TWR 118.3</p> <p>10 - 4 17 MAY 06 Langen RAD 133.775 128.55 ATIS (D) 123.775 115.15</p> <p>DUSSELDORF</p> <p>Germany - EDDL / DUS</p> <p>50 - 4 10 OCT 06</p> <p>Austria - LOWW / VIE</p> <p>ILS RWY 11Wien APP RAD DIR TWR GND ATIS (D)</p> <p>Schwechat WIEN119.8 119.4 121.2 123.8 121.6 122.95 113.0 112.2 115.5</p> <p>The serial number is followed by an individual page number, where an odd number is front page and an even number is back page. Occasionally the page number can be extended by one figure, in order to place a new chart in to an existing chart series.</p> <p>30 - 1 21 SEP 06 30 - 2 21 SEP 06 30 - 2 - 1 21 SEP 06 30 - 2 - 2 21 SEP 06</p> <p>128.2 129.05 124.55 132.475</p> <p>Emergency frequency 121.5 Normally not shown. Only shown when it is the only frequency available. Scale All charts are drawn to scale as far as possible. When a chart is not drawn to scale this is indicated below the frequency area. When part of a chart is not drawn to scale this is marked with a dashed line.</p> <p>50 - 1</p> <p>Chart number is also presented in a tab along the right (front page) or left (back page) side of the chart.</p> <p>TL 40 AD Elev 232 Chart not to scaleScale distorted</p> <p>30 - 2</p> <p>Temporary charts When temporary procedures or other temporary conditions require a chart issue, limited in time, the following applies: The letter T is added after the page number. The chart designator is extended with the suffix TEMPO. The right edge of a front page and left edge of a back page have grey stripes. When applicable, a text box with data about the temporary conditions is added, inside the chart frame.</p> <p>When a singel track is not to scale this is indicated with a distortion symbol.</p> <p>ILS Y RWY 36 TEMPO</p> <p>50 - 1T 21 SEP 06</p> <p>Geographical northAustria - LOWW / VIE</p> <p>Schwechat WIEN</p> <p>Usually charts are oriented towards geographic north. When this is not possible, or when not suitable for other reasons, the direction of geographical north is shown. Restricted areas On IACs all restricted areas are shown (coloured red). On SIDs, STARs and AREA charts areas penetrated by routes will be shown (coloured black). On other charts restricted areas are omitted. Inside or close by the restricted area following information will be given: Designator - Name of area - Vertical limit - Activity hours - Additional info.</p> <p>N</p> <p>TEMPO PROCEDURE Valid until 05 FEB 08</p> <p>D123 Danger 1200 08-24</p> <p>P805 Tortillas FL120</p> <p>Presentation Navtech - l160105basa0 Navtech - l160105basa0</p> <p>All tracks are magnetic tracks unless otherwise specified (e.g. when heading the prefix HDG is used and when true track the suffix T is used). Hours of operation and service hours are shown in UTC. Distances normally in nautical miles. Shorter distances (e.g. runway dimensions, taxiway width) in metres and feet. Distances used for minima: see under MINIMA. Elevations and altitudes in feet/MSL.</p> <p>FIR, TMA and political borders FIR boundary symbol with ICAO 4 letter code.</p> <p>Tallin FIR EETT Riga FIR EVRR Malmo TMA (C) FL95 4500</p> <p>TMA boundary symbol with TMA name, airspace class and upper/lower limits. Political border symbol with country name. Change: Editorial</p> <p>Sweden Norway</p> <p>Change: Chart number in tab</p> <p>Page 16.5</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>CHART TYPES</p> <p>Different chart typesFollowing chart types in this order are used to depict an aerodrome and its procedures:</p> <p>Serial number</p> <p>Chart type AERODROME</p> <p>Brief description contains information on the runway system and ground manouvering areas, lighting facilities and take off minima. comprises details of parking stands, taxiway system, traffic blocks, intersection take off positions etc. which cannot be shown on the AERODROME chart. contains information on local regulations for the aerodrome, such as noise abatement, preferential runway system, taxi restrictions etc. depicting inbound-, outbound- and/or transit routes not covered in Enroute Charts (ENC). shows official radar minimum altitudes within specific areas. describes official SIDs or outbound routes in graphic and textual form. describes official STARs or inbound routes in graphic form, normally without text description. describes official instrument approach procedures in graphic form. is used when the space on IACs is not sufficient. is used to depict PAR and/or SRA minima without a specific procedure description (no drawn procedure).</p> <p>10</p> <p>GROUND</p> <p>GENERAL</p> <p>20</p> <p>AREA RADAR</p> <p>30 40 50</p> <p>SID or DEPARTURE STAR or ARRIVAL Instrument Approach Charts (IAC) Additional Landing Minima Radar Procedures</p> <p>51</p> <p>Not all aerodromes have all chart types but the chart types AERODROME and IAC are always issued for an aerodrome. Other chart types are issued as applicable (e.g. when there are no official departure or outbound procedures, no SID or DEPARTURE will be issued).</p> <p> Navtech - l160105basa0</p> <p>Change: Editorial</p> <p>Reverse side blank</p> <p>Page 17.1</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>AERODROME</p> <p>Page 17.2</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>AERODROME</p> <p>AERODROMEThe chart is divided in to five different areas of information: x x x x x Communication area Aerodrome data area Chart area Runway and Lighting table Take off minima area</p> <p>Chart areaThe chart area shows an overview of the aerodrome as a graphic with relevant text. Symbols used as follows:</p> <p>E006 44</p> <p>E006 45</p> <p>E006 46</p> <p>E006 47 1</p> <p>5</p> <p>2072E</p> <p>RWY RWY RWY RWY</p> <p>THR Coordinates 05L N51 17.1 E006 45.1 23R N51 17.8 E006 46.6 05R N51 16.9 E006 45.3 ELEV 124 23L N51 17.7 E006 47.07</p> <p>E006 48 N51 18</p> <p>R 23 33</p> <p>2</p> <p>EMAS</p> <p>3</p> <p>L 23 33</p> <p>Communication areaThe communication area shows relevant functions, and their frequencies, most likely to be used when operating on the ground. 7</p> <p>6 17</p> <p>194 16 Fire station375m/1230ftE3</p> <p>2</p> <p>5m x4 7ft 00 14 27 58x 88F</p> <p>E</p> <p>13A</p> <p>ELEV 138</p> <p>VOR/DME GOLELEV 116G</p> <p>Dusseldorf DLV 121.775 118.3</p> <p>GND 121.9 North 118.3 South</p> <p>TWR 118.3</p> <p>Langen RAD 133.775 128.55</p> <p>ATIS (D) 123.775 115.15</p> <p>m 45 ft 0x 47 00 2x1 3 4 98B</p> <p>HS</p> <p>By-pass area avbl with ATC permission. Intersection TORA</p> <p>12</p> <p>11</p> <p>18</p> <p>L 05 53</p> <p>m 75 6ft 24C</p> <p>15</p> <p>RWY 05L E3 2000m / 6561ft</p> <p>0</p> <p>Aerodrome data areaThe aerodrome data area shows aerodrome elevation, reference point coordinates, rescue and fire fighting category and aerodrome operating hours.</p> <p>ELEV 121</p> <p>Fire station TWR 430 14 412 8</p> <p>3818</p> <p>9</p> <p>N51 17</p> <p>R 05 53</p> <p>0</p> <p>AD Elev 147 ARP: N51 16.9 E006 45.4</p> <p>RFF: CAT 9</p> <p>AD HR: H24</p> <p>2142 110</p> <p>4</p> <p>02</p> <p>500 2000</p> <p>1000m 4000ft</p> <p>0</p> <p>1 Geographical coordinates 2 Scale bar 3 Magnetic variation 4 Built up area 5 Water area 6 Bridge Navtech - l170108basa0 Navtech - l170108basa0</p> <p>10 Noise measuring point 11 Transmissiometer with or without designator 12 Anemometer 13 Aerodrome reference point 14 Control tower 15 Buildings 16 Fire station 17 Radio aid 18 Runway designator and runway magnetic direction (QFU)</p> <p>7 Road (with or without prominent lighting) 8 Obstacles / terrain spot elevation 9 Helicopter landing site Change: Editorial</p> <p>Change: Callsign sequence</p> <p>Page 17.3</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>AERODROME</p> <p>Page 17.4</p> <p>25 NOV 09</p> <p>Navtech aerochart LEGEND</p> <p>AERODROME</p> <p>19 Different runway symbols:E006 44</p> <p>24</p> <p>E006 45</p> <p>E006 46</p> <p>E006 47</p> <p>2072E</p> <p>RWY RWY RWY RWY</p> <p>THR Coordinates 05L N51 17.1 E006 45.1 23R N51 17.8 E006 46.6 05R N51 16.9 E006 45.3 ELEV 124 23L N51 17.7 E006 47.022</p> <p>26</p> <p>E006 48 N51 18</p> <p>Paved runway intended for take off and landing Unpaved runway</p> <p>R 23 3333</p> <p>35EMAS</p> <p>2</p> <p>Emergency runway marked with Emergency Non operational runway (may be used for taxiing) Closed runway or runway under constructionELEV 138A</p> <p>Emergency10/28</p> <p>L 23 33</p> <p>194 Fire station375m/1230ft</p> <p>2</p> <p>5m x4 7ft 00 14 27 58x 88F</p> <p>E</p> <p>VOR/DME GOL23 29ELEV 116</p> <p>25</p> <p>E3</p> <p>19 45m ft x 7 00 430 42x 98B</p> <p>34</p> <p>Grooved runway Runway with centreline lights Runway with centreline and touch down zone lights</p> <p>G</p> <p>HS</p> <p>1</p> <p>31</p> <p>By-pass area avbl with ATC permission.</p> <p>G</p> <p>m 75 6ft 24</p> <p>30</p> <p>31</p> <p>20</p> <p>21 28C</p> <p>25 Intersection TORA RWY 05L E3 2000m / 6561ft</p> <p>L 05 53</p> <p>26 Different approach light symbols: Code letter A ICAO standard CAT 2/3 (Calvert CAT 2/3). Length 900m. Code letter B ICAO standard CAT 2/3 (CAT 2/3 Alpa Ata). Length 900m. Includes EFAS. Code letter C ICAO standard CAT 1 (Calvert CAT 1). Length 900m. Code letter D ICAO standard CA...</p>