EHGG — GRONINGEN/Eelde

Note: the following sections in this chapter are intentionally left blank:AD 2.16, AD 2.21.

EHGG AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EHGG — GRONINGEN/Eelde

EHGG AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP co-ordinates and site at AD530730N 0063500E
216 DEG GEO 499 m from TWR.
2Direction and distance from (city)4.8 NM S from Groningen.
3Elevation/reference temperature18 ft AMSL/20.9°C (JUL).
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN135 ft.
5MAG VAR/annual change1°E (2015)/10'E.
6AD operator, postal address, telephone, telefax, email, AFS, website
Post:

Groningen Airport Eelde
P.O. Box 50
9765 ZH Paterswolde
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)50 309 7070
+31 (0)50 309 7014 (airport authority)
+31 (0)50 309 7016 (only outside OPR HR for emergencies and medical flights)

Email: operations@gae.nl

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR/VFR
8RemarksNIL

EHGG AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD operator

MON-FRI: 0530-2200 (0430-2100);
SAT, SUN and HOL: 0630-2100 (0530-2000)1).

For ambulance flights only: MON-FRI 2200-0530 (2100-0430) and SAT, SUN and HOL 2100-0630 (2000-0530).

2Customs and immigrationAD OPR HR.
3Health and sanitationPN2)
4AIS briefing officeSelf-briefing, AD OPR HR.

Tel: +31 (0)20 406 2323

Fax: +31 (0)20 648 4417

5ATS reporting office (ARO)Competent ATS unit: ARO Schiphol, see EHAM AD 2.3.
6MET briefing officeAD OPR HR, outside OPR HR: MWO De Bilt (see EHGG AD 2.11).
7ATSAD OPR HR.
8FuellingAD OPR HR.
9HandlingAD OPR HR. Compulsory for visiting ACFT MTOM >= 3000 kg, for details see EHGG AD 2.23.
10SecurityAD OPR HR.
11De-icingAD OPR HR.
12Remarks
  1. MIL flights PPR from airport authority.
  2. PN means permission from and/or in case of customs etc. notification other than by (VFR) flight plan to aerodrome authority as appropriate.

EHGG AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesFor details see EHGG AD 2.23.
2Fuel/oil types100 LL, Jet A1/-.
3Fuelling facilities/capacity
AVGAS 100 LL:self-service; payment only via credit card or shell carnet at fuel station terminal.
Jet A1:2 trucks.
4De-icing facilitiesEquipment AVBL, Type II de-icing fluid ABC-K Plus.
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftLight aircraft only.
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftGeneral Enterprises, tel: +31 (0)50 309 6060
7RemarksNIL

EHGG AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsHotels in Groningen, Eelde and Haren.
2RestaurantsAt the airport (116 seats) and unlimited in Groningen.
3TransportationBuses, taxis and rental cars.
4Medical facilitiesFirst aid treatment, hospitals in Groningen and Assen.
5Bank and post officeCashpoint in terminal building.
6Tourist officeNIL
7RemarksNIL

EHGG AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fighting

CAT 5; CAT 6, 7, 8 and 9 AVBL O/R (24 HR PN).

2Rescue equipment3 crash-tenders with portable hydraulic rescue tools and mobile lighting.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftCranes AVBL via contractors.
4RemarksNIL

EHGG AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipment3 snow sweep combinations with snow ploughs, 2 snow blowers, 1 de-icing car.
2Clearance prioritiesNIL
3Remarks
  1. Responsible authority: airport authority.
  2. Method of snow clearance: snow ploughs and sweeping machines.
  3. Snow measuring: observation by own experienced staff.
  4. Measuring of estimated surface friction: by Sarsys trailer friction tester.
  5. Determining the values of the estimated surface friction: idem.
  6. Estimated surface friction: good, medium to good, medium, medium to poor, poor.
  7. Details concerning up-to-date information to users: SNOWTAM via the international NOTAM office at Schiphol.

EHGG AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1Apron surface and strength
A-apron:Surface:CONC
Strength:PCN 58/R/B/W/T
J-apron:Surface:ASPH
Strength:MTOM 18 500 kg
K-apron:Surface:CONC
Strength:MTOM 15 000 kg
L-apron:Surface:CONC
Strength:PCN 40/R/B/W/T
2Taxiway width, surface and strength
TWY A:Width:23 m
Surface:ASPH
Strength:PCN 51/F/B/W/T
TWY B:Width:23 m
Surface:ASPH
Strength:PCN 51/F/B/W/T
TWY C:Width:23 m
Surface:ASPH
Strength:PCN 63/F/B/W/T
TWY G:Width:10 m
Surface:ASPH
Strength:PCN 33/F/A/W/T
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevationLocation: apron.
Elevation: +13 ft AMSL.
4VOR checkpointsSee AD 2.EHGG-APDC.
5INS checkpointsSee AD 2.EHGG-APDC.
6RemarksNIL

EHGG 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 standsAircraft stand ID signs:
  • A-apron: stand identification marking.
TWY guide lines:
  • A-apron: lead-in, stop position and lead-out marking.
  • Yellow guide lines on TWY and aprons.
  • Taxi guidance signs illuminated.
  • Follow-me cars AVBL on request for guidance on aprons and TWYs.
Visual parking guidance system at aircraft stands:
  • Marshaller.
General use of aprons:
  • A-apron: commercial PAX ACFT, taxi-in/taxi-out (ACFT with wingspan > 36 m must use stand A11 and follow dashed lead-in and lead-out lines).
  • J-apron: general aviation ACFT MAX wingspan 24 m.
  • K-apron: general aviation ACFT MAX wingspan 15 m.
  • L-apron: commercial PAX ACFT MAX wingspan 36 m.
2RWY and TWY markings and LGT
RWY:THR, centre line, aiming point, RWY designations, edge, TDZ, turnpad.
Edge lights, centre line lights, THR lights, RWY-end lights; blue turnpad edge lights, green turnpad centre line lights (at end of RWY 23 only).
TWY:Holding positions, centre line and edge marking. Mandatory instruction signs at all RWY holding positions.
Edge lights; runway guard lights at holding S2.
3Stop barsNIL
4RemarksNIL

EHGG AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

All obstacles are day and night marked and lighted. For obstacles in approach and take-off area see and AD 2.EHGG-AOC-05-23.

EHGG AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1Associated MET officeDe Bilt
2Hours of service
MET office outside hours
H24
-
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
De Bilt
30 HR
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
TREND
MON-FRI: 0525-2155 (0425-2055); SAT, SUN and HOL: 0625-2025 (0525-1925).
5Briefing/consultation providedSelf-briefing; briefing on request from MWO-De Bilt by telephone after self-briefing (see item 10).
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
Reports, forecasts, charts.
English, Dutch.
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationS, P, W, T
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationWXR, APT
9ATS units provided with informationEelde TWR, Eelde APP.
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
Tel: 0900 202 3341Briefing low level flights (IFR/VFR).
Tel: 0900 202 3343Briefing IFR flights above FL 100.
Tel: 0900 202 3340Briefing balloon flights within Amsterdam FIR.
charge for tel. briefings and consultations is € 0,50/min.
  1. Weather bulletin (Dutch language) and METARs via Dutch public TV 'Teletekst', page 707.

EHGG AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY NRTrue BRGDimensions of RWY (m)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR co-ordinates
RWY end co-ordinates
THR GUND
THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWY
123456
05051.85°2500 x 4561/F/B/W/T
ASPH
53°06'39.90"N
006°33'39.23"E
53°07'29.84"N
006°35'24.96"E
135 ft
13.4 ft
NA
23231.88°2500 x 4561/F/B/W/T
ASPH
53°07'29.84"N
006°35'24.96"E
53°06'39.90"N
006°33'39.23"E
135 ft
12.5 ft
17.6 ft
Designations RWY NRSlope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (m)CWY dimensions (m)Strip dimensions (m)OFZ
17891011
050.01%NIL60 x 3002620 x 300NA
230.01%NIL60 x 3002620 x 300AVBL
Remarks
12
NIL

EHGG AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (m)TODA (m)ASDA (m)LDA (m)Remarks
123456
052500256025002500NIL
179818581798NAHLDG PSN S3.
111911791119NAHLDG PSN S2.
232500256025002500NIL
148715471487NAHLDG PSN S2.

EHGG AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY DesignatorAPCH LGT
type,
length,
INTST
THR LGT
colour,
WBAR
VASIS
(MEHT)
PAPI
TDZ LGT
length
RWY centre line LGT
length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY edge LGT
length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY end LGT
colour,
WBAR
SWY LGT
length,
colour
123456789
05SALS
420 m
LIH
G
-
PAPI
left/3°
(74 ft)
NIL2500 m
30 m
1)
LIH
2500 m
60 m
2)
LIH
R
-
NIL
23CAT I
900 m
LIH
G
-
PAPI
left/3°
(66 ft)
NIL2500 m
30 m
1)
LIH
2500 m
60 m
2)
LIH
R
-
NIL
Remarks
10
  1. White from THR to 900 m from RWY end; white/red from 900 m from RWY end to 300 m from RWY end; red from 300 m from RWY end to RWY end.
  2. White; last 600 m yellow.

EHGG AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operationNIL
2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
LDI: NIL.
Anemometer: see GEN 3.5 paragraph 3.
3TWY edge and centre line lightingTWY edge lights.
4Secondary power supply
Switch-over time
AVBL
Within 5 seconds.
5RemarksNIL

EHGG AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limitsEELDE CTR:
53°02'27.95"N 006°16'17.31"E;
53°06'18.47"N 006°24'23.79"E;
along clockwise arc (radius 6.5 NM, centre 53°07'30.00"N 006°35'00.00"E) to
53°13'24.22"N 006°39'29.22"E;
53°17'13.14"N 006°47'39.82"E;
53°12'29.90"N 006°53'48.78"E;
53°08'40.58"N 006°45'36.79"E;
along clockwise arc (radius 6.5 NM, centre 53°07'30.00"N 006°35'00.00"E) to
53°01'35.60"N 006°30'32.01"E;
52°57'44.69"N 006°22'24.16"E;
to point of origin.
2Vertical limitsGND to 3000 ft AMSL.
3Airspace classificationC
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
Eelde Tower1)
English
5Transition altitudeIFR: 3000 ft AMSL; VFR: 3500 ft AMSL.
6Hours of applicabilityMON-FRI: 0530-2300 (0430-2200)
SAT, SUN and HOL: 0630-2300 (0530-2200).
7Remarks
  1. Outside OPR HR: Dutch MIL.

EHGG AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signChannel/
Frequency (MHz)
Hours of operationRemarks
12345
APPEelde Approach120.305MON-FRI: 0800-1800 (0700-1700)
SAT, SUN and HOL: NIL
TAR. VDF.
338.225NIL
119.705Regional Guard. O/R or at ATC discretion. VDF.
TWREelde Tower118.705MON-FRI: 0530-2300 (0430-2200)
SAT, SUN and HOL: 0630-2300 (0530-2200)
Primary. VDF.
362.300NIL
119.705Regional Guard. O/R or at ATC discretion. VDF.
Outside OPR HR contact Dutch MIL 128.355.
Eelde Delivery121.705MON-FRI: 0530-2300 (0430-2200)
SAT, SUN and HOL: 0630-2300 (0530-2200)
Start-up control and clearance delivery.
Pre-flight information.
IFR/VFR-traffic (incl. training flights). VDF.
ATISEelde Information133.555MON-FRI: 0530-2300 (0430-2200)
SAT, SUN and HOL: 0630-2300 (0530-2200)
NIL
-As appropriate.121.500As appropriate.Emergency. VDF.

EHGG AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid,
MAG VAR,
Type of supported OPS
(VOR/ILS/MLS: declination)
IDFrequencyHours of operationPosition of transmitting antenna co-ordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567
VOR/DME
(1°E/2015)
EEL112.400 MHz
CH71X
H2453°09'50.96"N 006°40'00.34"E0 ftDesignated operational coverage: BTN 165°-285° MAG 70 NM/FL 500; BTN 285°-165° MAG 150 NM/FL 500.
DVOR/DME
(0°E/2010)
PAM117.800 MHz
CH125X
H2452°20'05.14"N 005°05'31.78"E0 ftDesignated operational coverage: BTN 030°-195° MAG 80 NM/FL 500; BTN 195°-285° MAG 120 NM/FL 500; BTN 285°-030° MAG 150 NM/FL 500.
DMERKN116.800 MHz
CH115X
H2452°07'59.51"N 006°45'49.96"E100 ftDesignated operational coverage: 80 NM/FL 500.
DVOR/DME
(0°E/2010)
SPY113.300 MHz
CH80X
H2452°32'25.01"N 004°51'13.61"E0 ftDesignated operational coverage: BTN 015°-135° MAG 100 NM/FL 500; BTN 135°-240° MAG 120 NM/FL 500; BTN 240°-015° MAG 150 NM/FL 500.
L 05VZ357 kHzH2453°01'53.52"N 006°23'45.68"ENADesignated operational range: 15 NM.
L 23SO330 kHzH2453°12'55.06"N 006°47'06.59"ENADesignated operational range: 15 NM.
LOC 23
ILS CAT I/C/1
(1°E/2015)
GRO109.900 MHzH2453°06'35.11"N 006°33'29.10"ENANIL
DME 23GROCH36XH2453°07'20.20"N 006°35'15.00"E0 ftNIL
GP 23-333.800 MHzH2453°07'20.20"N 006°35'15.00"ENANIL

EHGG AD 2.20 LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1 TRAINING FLIGHTS
  1. Training flights are prohibited for jet aircraft and aircraft with a MTOM >= 6000 kg.
  2. Training flights are prohibited during the following periods:
    • MON-SAT: before 0700 (0600) and after 1800 (1700). However, after 1800 (1700) training flights possible after prior permission from airport authority.
    • SUN and HOL: before 0900 (0800) and after 1800 (1700).
2 TEST AND TECHNICAL FLIGHTS

Test or technical flights PPR from airport authority.

3 GROUND HANDLING

Handling is compulsory for all visiting ACFT MTOM >= 3000 kg, for details see EHGG AD 2.23.

EHGG AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
1.1 Introduction

The instrument departure procedures are based on ICAO Annex 2 and on ICAO Documents 4444-ATM/501 (PANS-ATM), 7030 (SUPPS) and 8168-OPS/611 (PANS-OPS).

in the Eelde TMA VFR flights without ATC clearance are permitted. For instrument training procedures see EHGG AD 2.22 paragraph 4.
to avoid noise disturbances pilots shall adhere to the IFR departure procedures as depicted.
1.2 Instrument departure procedures
1.2.1 Start-up permission

Pilots of aircraft must have obtained permission for start-up from ATC before starting their engines and when applicable report a cross-bleed start. A request for start-up shall be made to Eelde Delivery after all preparations for departure have been made (doors closed etc.) and shall include:

  • aircraft identification (e.g. PH-SPY).
  • position (e.g. in front of terminal).
  • ATIS information (e.g. information S).
  • flight rules (e.g. IFR).
  • destination (e.g. Amsterdam).
  • request start-up.

Due to the short flying time to the FIR boundary, pilots of aircraft departing direction Germany/Denmark may request start-up permission before all preparations have been made, indicating the time at which they will be ready to start engines: "......destination.....ready to start engines at......".

Permission for start-up will either be issued immediately or at a specified time. The pilot shall be able to comply with start-up and taxi permission, since ATC planning of outbound traffic (involving en route clearance and co-ordination with adjacent ACCs) is based on the start-up time. Any delay in start-up or taxiing shall be reported to ATC immediately.

In case of indefinite delay the probable duration of the delay will be given.

During the hours of the ATIS broadcast, no MET information will be issued to departing aircraft except RVR (see EHGG AD 2.18).

1.2.2 En route clearance
1.2.2.1 Contents

The en route clearance will be issued after start-up clearance has been given by Eelde Delivery. An en route clearance contains:

  1. Clearance limit: airport of destination.
  2. Standard instrument departure (SID).
  3. Level instructions if applicable.
  4. SSR code.
  5. Departure instructions if applicable.
  6. CTOT if applicable.

Example of an en route clearance: "PHCTG cleared to Paris, PAMPUS 2C departure, FL 070, squawk 2136, slot 25".

1.2.2.2 Standard instrument departures

The instrument departure procedures are laid down in standard instrument departures (SIDs). SIDs are designated in accordance with ICAO Annex 11. SID designation is composed of the following elements:

  • a basic indicator, i.e. a significant point.
  • a validity indicator, i.e. a number from 1 to 9 indicating the valid version of a specific SID.
  • a route indicator, i.e. a letter representing the runway where the SID begins.

SIDs are published for RWYs 05 and 23.

1.2.2.3 Departure instructions (paragraph 1.2.2.1 item d.)

Instructions containing deviations from the standard instrument departure may be added to the en route or take-off clearance. These instructions may comprise an opposite turn after take-off, maintaining a specified heading or temporary altitude restrictions; they amend the relevant part of the SID only.

1.2.2.4 General instructions
  1. Climb as rapidly as practicable to at least 2000 ft AMSL.
  2. VOR radial interception angle: in principle 45°. If the indicated angle exceeds 45° initiate turn in due time in order not to overshoot the radial.
1.2.3 Taxi procedures

Aircraft shall request taxi clearance on the Tower frequency (see EHGG AD 2.18).

1.3 Communication failure

See ENR 1.3.

1.4 SID descriptions
1.4.1 General remarks
  • Transition altitude: 3000 ft AMSL.
  • SIDs are based on an average climb rate of 2000 ft/min.
  • SIDs have to be considered as minimum noise routings.
  • Initiate turns in due time in order not to overshoot radials.
  • Turn radii based on a 25° bank angle.
  • Radial interception angle: 45°.
  • MAX 250 KIAS below FL 100 unless otherwise instructed.
  • Additional departure instructions: especially propeller-driven aircraft can expect additional departure instructions. These instructions may be added to the en route or take-off clearance and may comprise a specific heading or temporary altitude restriction. Such additives amend the relevant part of the SID only.
  • RNAV: The Netherlands encourages the use of RNAV routes stored in a pre-programmed navigation database on board of aircraft. Although there may be differences between the RNAV and conventional description of a route (vertically: turn altitudes and/or laterally: turn anticipation effects), the resulting flight paths are considered identical by ATC. Therefore, flying the route using the RNAV coding from the navigation database will not result in route violations.
    Furthermore:
    • Connect FMS as early as possible.
    • The EH-waypoints shall not be used in RTF procedures.
    • Turn anticipation is mandatory for all waypoints except those which are underlined, these waypoints shall be overflown.
    • The navigation aid (e.g. VOR) mentioned in the column "Expected path terminator" is for selection of MAG station declination only.
1.4.2 Specific remarks
  1. ENKOS departure only available for DEST EHLE and EHRD.
  2. NAPRO departure crossing conditions for the ATS routes (U)Z738/Z739:
    If requested flight level is a level between FL 205 and FL 245, cross DEPAD at or above FL 210.
    If requested flight level is a level above FL 245, cross DEPAD at or above FL 210; cross AMOSU at or above FL 250.
  3. NOVEN departure only available for DEST EHAM and intending to operate above FL 070.
  4. ROLDU departure only available for DEST EHLE at FL 060 or below during UDP.
  5. RUMER departure only available for flights operating MAX FL 095 to DEST EHEH, EHBD and EHBK.
  6. TEBRO departure only available for DEST EDDL, EDLN and EDLV.
  7. RNAV1 required.
1.4.3 Continuous routings for SIDs with crossing conditions on ATS routes as applicable
REF EHGG AD 2.22 paragraph 1.2.2 "En route clearance": if not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Eelde Delivery before departure.
Aircraft may only continue to climb above FL 060 or FL 070 after an ATC clearance has been received.
1.4.4 SIDs RWY 05

See chart AD 2.EHGG-SID-05.

DOBAK 2CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[DOBA2C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To DOBAK at or above FL 060DOBAK [F060+]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. Over EEL VOR intercept EEL 080 to DOBAK (20.1 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 20.1 EEL at or above FL 060.
ENKOS 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ENKO3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To OSTIR at or above FL 070OSTIR [F070+]TFN
To ENKOSENKOSTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. At 1.5 EEL 229 turn right to intercept EEL 156. At 8.0 EEL turn right to track 261° MAG. At EEL 211 turn left to intercept SPY 066 inbound. At 55.0 SPY turn right to track 248° MAG to ENKOS (16.5 SPY).
Vertical: Cross 22.6 EEL at or above FL 070.
NAPRO 2CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NAPR2C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To EH522 at or above FL 110EH522 [F110+]TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To NAPRONAPROTFN
NOVEN 2CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NOVE2C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To OSTIR at or above FL 070OSTIR [F070+]TFN
To NOVENNOVENTFN
To ARTIPARTIPTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. At 1.5 EEL 229 turn right to intercept EEL 156. At 8.0 EEL turn right to track 261° MAG. At EEL 211 turn left to intercept SPY 066 inbound to intercept EEL 224 to NOVEN (39.0 EEL) to ARTIP (56.0 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 22.6 EEL at or above FL 070.
PAMPUS 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[PAM3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To OSTIR at or above FL 070OSTIR [F070+]TFN
To EH528EH528TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. At 1.5 EEL 229 turn right to intercept EEL 156. At 8.0 EEL turn right to track 261° MAG. At EEL 211 turn left to intercept SPY 066 inbound to intercept PAM 049 inbound to PAM VOR.
Vertical: Cross 22.6 EEL at or above FL 070.
ROLDU 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 4.
After departure climb to maintain FL 050.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ROLD3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To OSTIROSTIRTFN
To ROLDU at FL 050ROLDU [F050 ]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. At 1.5 EEL 229 turn right to intercept EEL 156. At 8.0 EEL turn right to track 261° MAG. At EEL 211 turn left to intercept SPY 066 inbound to intercept EEL 224 to ROLDU (23.6 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 23.6 EEL at FL 050.
RUMER 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 5, 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[RUME3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To EH523EH523TFN
To BASGUBASGUTFN
To RUMERRUMERTFN
SOMPO 2CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SOMP2C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To SOMPO at or above FL 060SOMPO [F060+]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. Over EEL VOR intercept EEL 035 to SOMPO (17.4 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 17.4 EEL at or above FL 060.
SONEB 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SONE3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To SONEBSONEBTFN
SPIJKERBOOR 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SPY3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To OSTIR at or above FL 070OSTIR [F070+]TFN
To SPYSPYTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. At 1.5 EEL 229 turn right to intercept EEL 156. At 8.0 EEL turn right to track 261° MAG. At EEL 211 turn left to intercept SPY 066 inbound to SPY VOR.
Vertical: Cross 22.6 EEL at or above FL 070.
TEBRO 3CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6, 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TEBR3C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To EH516EH516TFN
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To TEBROTEBROTFN
TEMLU 2CSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TEML2C]To EEL on course 049° MAGEEL [M049]CF (EEL)N
To TEMLU at or above FL 060TEMLU [F060+]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Proceed to EEL VOR. Over EEL VOR intercept EEL 019 to TEMLU (20.0 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 20.0 EEL at or above FL 060.
1.4.5 SIDs RWY 23

See chart AD 2.EHGG-SID-23.

DOBAK 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[DOBA2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH533EH533TFN
To EH536EH536TFN
To DOBAK at or above FL 060DOBAK [F060+]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn left to 133° MAG. At EEL 190 turn left to 036° MAG to intercept EEL 080 to DOBAK (20.1 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 20.1 EEL at or above FL 060.
ENKOS 1DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ENKO1D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH530EH530TFN
To DIVPA at or above FL 070DIVPA [F070+]TFN
To ENKOSENKOSTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn right to track 260° MAG to intercept EEL 239 to ENKOS (59.4 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 20.0 EEL at or above FL 070.
NAPRO 1DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NAPR1D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To EH522 at or above FL 110EH522 [F110+]TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To NAPRONAPROTFN
NOVEN 1DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NOVE1D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH532EH532TFN
To OSTIR at or above FL 070OSTIR [F070+]TFN
To NOVENNOVENTFN
To ARTIPARTIPTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn left to track 213° MAG to intercept EEL 224 to NOVEN (39.0 EEL) to ARTIP (56.0 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 22.6 EEL at or above FL 070.
PAMPUS 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[PAM2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH532EH532TFN
To OSTIR at or above FL 070OSTIR [F070+]TFN
To EH528EH528TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn left to track 213° MAG to intercept EEL 224. At 22.0 EEL turn right to track 246° MAG to intercept PAM 049 inbound to PAM VOR.
Vertical: Cross 22.6 EEL at or above FL 070.
ROLDU 1DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 4.
After departure climb to maintain FL 050.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ROLD1D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH532EH532TFN
To OSTIROSTIRTFN
To ROLDU at FL 050ROLDU [F050 ]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn left to track 213° MAG to intercept EEL 224 to ROLDU (23.6 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 23.6 EEL at FL 050.
RUMER 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 5, 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[RUME2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To EH523EH523TFN
To BASGUBASGUTFN
To RUMERRUMERTFN
SOMPO 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SOMP2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH533EH533TFN
To EH535EH535TFN
To EELEELTFN
To SOMPO at or above FL 060SOMPO [F060+]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn left to 133° MAG. At EEL 190 turn left to 036° MAG. At EEL 154 turn left to intercept EEL 139 inbound EEL VOR. At 2.8 EEL 139 turn right to intercept EEL 035 to SOMPO (17.4 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 17.4 EEL at or above FL 060.
SONEB 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SONE2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To SONEBSONEBTFN
SPIJKERBOOR 1DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SPY1D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH530EH530TFN
To DIVPA at or above FL 070DIVPA [F070+]TFN
To SPYSPYTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn right to track 260° MAG to intercept EEL 239 to SPY VOR.
Vertical: Cross 20.0 EEL at or above FL 070.
TEBRO 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6, 7.
After departure climb to FL 070.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TEBR2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH527EH527TFN
To VEROR at or above FL 070VEROR [F070+]TFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To TEBROTEBROTFN
TEMLU 2DSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TEML2D]To EH529 on course 231° MAGEH529 [M231]CF (EEL)N
To EH533EH533TFN
To EH535EH535TFN
To EELEELTFN
To TEMLU at or above FL 060TEMLU [F060+]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 231° MAG. At 6.2 EEL turn left to 133° MAG. At EEL 190 turn left to 036° MAG. At EEL 154 turn left to intercept EEL 139 inbound EEL VOR. At 2.8 EEL 139 turn right to intercept EEL 020 to TEMLU (20.0 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 20.0 EEL at or above FL 060.
2 INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES
2.1 Introduction

The arrival, instrument approach and holding procedures are based on ICAO Annex 2 and on ICAO Documents 4444-ATM/501 (PANS-ATM), 7030 (SUPPS) and 8168-OPS/611 (PANS-OPS). During initial and intermediate approach to Eelde Airport radar services may be provided by Eelde APP.

in the Eelde TMA VFR flights without ATC clearance are permitted. For instrument training procedures see EHGG AD 2.22 paragraph 4.
to avoid noise disturbances pilots shall adhere to the IFR approach procedures as depicted.
2.2 Arrival
2.2.1 Arrival clearance

At, or before, entering the Eelde TMA, an arrival clearance will be issued by Amsterdam ACC containing:

  1. Standard arrival route1) or direct route.
  2. Main landing runway2).
  3. Level instructions (normally descent instructions).
  4. Any other necessary instructions or information.
  1. when cleared via a standard arrival route (STAR), the clearance limit is the initial approach fix (lAF).
  2. issued by ATIS (see EHGG AD 2.18) or ATC.
2.2.2 Transfer from ACC to APP

Transfer to Eelde APP will normally take place when the flight is entering the Eelde TMA.

2.3 Initial approach
2.3.1 General procedures

Holding and entry procedures and the calculations of the associated protected areas are in accordance with PANS-OPS Volume II, part 4. Since separation is based on the calculated areas, compliance with these in-flight procedures is essential.

2.3.2 Approach instructions

Approach instructions will contain as applicable:

  1. Additional instructions with respect to clearance limit, route and level.
  2. Approach procedure.
  3. Runway in use1).
  4. EAT, if holding procedures are applied.
  5. QNH.
  6. Transition level1).
  7. MET information1).
  8. Runway condition1).
  1. during the hours of ATIS broadcast (see EHGG AD 2.18), item may be omitted as far as it is included in the ATIS broadcast.
2.3.3 RNAV to ILS approach procedure

An RNAV to ILS approach procedure can be initiated by ATC in order to reduce noise nuisance, fuel consumption, and to provide flexible and efficient ATC dispatch.

2.3.3.1 General

The RNAV to ILS approach procedure in the Eelde TMA is developed in accordance with ICAO PANS-OPS criteria with the following safeguards:

  • The RNAV section of the inbound route is situated above MSA/MFA/MVA.
  • The RNAV part is complete on entering the intermediate segment in which ILS-LOC interception takes place.
  • If radar service is available the operations will be radar monitored by ATC.
2.3.3.2 Clearances and constraints

On initiative of ATC, pilots may be instructed to fly an RNAV approach procedure preceding the ILS instrument approach to RWY 23.

  • This RNAV to ILS approach procedure starts at waypoint TOLKO.
  • After receiving a clearance for the RNAV to ILS approach procedure the pilot is free to optimise the descent and speed within the constraints as laid down in the procedure description, with the objective to establish a low noise continuous descent approach.
  • The clearance for the RNAV to ILS approach procedure includes clearance to execute the subsequent ILS instrument approach procedure.

Further details are published in paragraph 2.6.2 and on the relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.2.

2.3.3.3 Aircraft requirements

For the use of the RNAV to ILS approach procedure the following requirements are applicable:

  • The aircraft must be equipped with an FMS comprising a pre-loaded navigation database and a navigation display.
  • The aircraft FMS must use GNSS as the primary navigation sensor.
  • The operator must hold a P-RNAV or RNAV1 operations approval issued by their state of registry which is compliant with the JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No. 10 (TGL-10) or equivalent.
2.3.3.4 Non-RNAV equipped aircraft

Pilots of aircraft that are not equipped or approved for TMA RNAV procedures, i.e. not meeting the requirements in paragraph 2.3.3.3, shall inform ATC by use of the phrase "UNABLE (designator) APPROACH DUE RNAV TYPE" if instructed to fly an RNAV approach procedure. These aircraft will be guided by vectors or will be rerouted via conventional navigation aids.

2.4 Intermediate and final approach
2.4.1 Final approach procedures
2.4.1.1 General

In principle the final approach will be conducted on main landing RWY 23. An alternate runway can be offered in case of excessive crosswind or unserviceability of the ILS.

2.4.1.2 Instrument approaches

ILS approaches can be made to RWY 23 only. RNAV (GNSS) approaches to LPV and LNAV minima are available for both RWY 05 and RWY 23. Instrument approaches to RWY 05 and RWY 23 can also be made with the assistance of VOR or NDB.

For the use of an RNAV (GNSS) approach it is required that the operator holds an RNP APCH operations approval issued by their State of registry. In case LPV minima are used, this approval should be compliant with EASA AMC 20-28 or equivalent. In case LNAV/VNAV minima are used, this approval should be compliant with EASA AMC 20-27 or equivalent.

2.4.1.3 Visual approach

A visual approach will only be allowed or offered if visibility >= 5 km and ceiling >= 1200 ft AMSL. To minimise noise nuisance aircraft executing a visual approach shall intercept the final approach leg at an altitude of at least 1000 ft AMSL, unless residential areas can be avoided.

2.4.1.4 Circling approach

For each runway at Eelde Airport a circling approach may be allowed or offered. For OCA (OCH) see relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x.

2.4.2 Missed approach procedure
2.4.2.1 General

All turns shall be the shortest turn and in case of a 180° turn that turn shall be to the left, unless otherwise specified below or instructed by ATC.

2.4.2.2 Missed approach procedure during instrument approach

See relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x.

2.4.2.3 Missed approach procedure during visual approach

Turn to the intended landing runway, intercept the runway track MAG of that runway while:

  1. When visual:
    • remain visual and inform ATC, or
  2. When unable to remain visual:
    • climb to 2000 ft AMSL and inform ATC.
2.4.2.4 Missed approach while circling to land
This procedure is different from ICAO Doc 8168 Volume I (PANS-OPS).
  • Inform ATC immediately.
  • Start climbing and complete the turn to the intended landing runway (see figure).
  • Intercept the MAG track of that runway while climbing to 2000 ft AMSL.

the indicated situation is applicable for an initial instrument approach to RWY 05. Circling approaches shall be executed south-east of the AD, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
2.5 Communication failure
2.5.1 General

The pilot of an IFR flight shall follow the general procedures for IFR flights (see ENR 1.3 paragraph "Communication Failure"). In addition, for arriving flights, the following communication failure procedures apply.

2.5.2 Inbound clearance not received
  • Proceed according the current flight plan route to the holding fix SO.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level.
  • After arrival over locator SO, intercept the holding pattern.
  • Commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL at or as near as possible to the ETO over locator SO.
  • After reaching 2000 ft AMSL leave locator SO and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the most convenient runway (see pages AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.3 Inbound clearance received
2.5.3.1 Traffic via standard arrival route, outside standard arrival route or vectored to final approach
  • Proceed according the current flight plan route to the holding fix SO or VZ, if specified in the inbound clearance.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level.
  • After arrival over the fix, intercept the holding pattern.
  • Commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL at the EAT last received and acknowledged.
  • When no EAT has been received and acknowledged, commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL at or as near as possible to the ETO over holding fix.
  • After reaching 2000 ft AMSL leave the holding fix and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the appropriate runway (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.3.2 Traffic inbound TOLKO or on RNAV to ILS approach
  • Traffic inbound TOLKO or with clearance for the RNAV approach via TOLKO, shall proceed to TOLKO and execute the RNAV to ILS approach procedure.
2.5.3.3 Traffic inbound AMREG, IDAKA, SIPLO, TUVOX, VEXAR, XOMBI or on RNAV (GNSS) approach

Traffic inbound an IAF or IF, or with clearance for the RNAV (GNSS) approach to RWY 05 or RWY 23, shall proceed to this IAF or IF and execute the RNAV (GNSS) approach procedure in accordance with the applicable instrument approach chart (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-05.3 or AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.5).

2.5.4 Missed approach procedure in case of communication failure
2.5.4.1 General

All turns shall be the shortest turn and in case of a 180° turn that turn shall be to the left, unless otherwise specified below or instructed by ATC.

2.5.4.2 Missed approach procedure during instrument approach

See relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x.

2.5.4.3 Missed approach procedure during visual approach

Turn to the intended landing runway, intercept the runway track MAG of that runway while:

  1. When visual:
    • remain visual and execute another circuit for that runway, or
  2. When unable to remain visual:
    • climb to 3000 ft AMSL.
    • when passing 2000 ft AMSL start the shortest climbing turn to heading 320° MAG.
    • in case a visual approach was made to RWY 05: when reaching 3000 ft AMSL proceed to locator VZ, or
    • in case a visual approach was made to RWY 23: when reaching 3000 ft AMSL proceed to locator SO, and
    • after arriving over the locator hold or descend to 2000 ft AMSL in an outbound turn, intercept final approach and execute the instrument approach procedure as depicted on the relevant approach chart AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x.
2.5.4.4 Missed approach while circling to land
This procedure is different from ICAO Doc 8168 Volume I (PANS-OPS).
  • Start climbing and complete the turn to the intended landing runway (see figure).
  • Intercept the MAG track of that runway while climbing to 3000 ft AMSL.
  • When passing 2000 ft AMSL start the shortest climbing turn to heading 320° MAG.
  • In case a circling was made to RWY 05: when reaching 3000 ft AMSL proceed to locator VZ, hold or descend to 2000 ft AMSL in an outbound turn, intercept final approach and execute the instrument approach procedure again.
  • In case a circling was made to RWY 23: when reaching 3000 ft AMSL proceed to locator SO, hold or descend to 2000 ft AMSL in an outbound turn, intercept final approach and execute the instrument approach procedure again.

the indicated situation is applicable for an initial instrument approach to RWY 05. Circling approaches shall be executed south-east of the AD, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
2.6 Instrument approach descriptions
2.6.1 General remarks
  • Between the IAF and interception of final approach navigation is based on vectors provided by ATC, except in case of an RNAV procedure.
  • The ILS RWY 23 is not equipped with markers.
2.6.2 RNAV procedures
see also EHGG AD 2.22 paragraph 2.3.3.

Navigation in the initial and intermediate approach segment is primarily based on vectors provided by ATC. However, an RNAV approach procedure to RWY 23 is available. The use of the RNAV approach procedure is at ATC discretion. The procedure is only assigned in case the ILS is available. The vertical profile of the RNAV approach procedures is designed to enable a low noise continuous descent approach.

The ATC instruction "Cleared for TOLKO 1G approach RWY 23" is clearance to fly the published route and includes the clearance for the ILS instrument approach procedure to RWY 23. In this case the pilot is free to optimise the descent and speed within the constraints as laid down in the procedure description, with the objective to establish a low noise continuous descent approach.

2.6.3 Instrument approach segments
recommended navaid for selection of MAG station declination only.
for positions of EH-waypoints see relevant instrument approach charts.
2.6.3.1 RWY 05
2.6.3.1.1 RNAV (GNSS) approach RWY 05
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (ft / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFAMREG-----+ 3000- 220-RNAV 1
002TFTUVOX-141 / (141.8)-4.0-+ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
003IFVEXAR-----+ 3000- 220-RNAV 1
004TFTUVOX-321 / (321.8)-4.0-+ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
005IFTUVOX-----+ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
006TFEH509-051 / (051.8)-4.0-@ 2000--RNP APCH
007TFTHR 05Y051 / (051.7)-6.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
008TFEH751-051 / (051.8)-12.5-@ 2000--RNP APCH

FAS data block RWY 05


Additional Data
ParametersValues
ICAO CodeEH
LTP/FTP Orthometric Height (metres)4.0
2.6.3.2 RWY 23
2.6.3.2.1 RNAV (GNSS) approach RWY 23
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (ft / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFXOMBI-----+ 3000- 220-RNAV 1
002TFSIPLO-141 / (141.9)-4.0-+ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
003IFIDAKA-----+ 3000- 220-RNAV 1
004TFSIPLO-321 / (321.9)-4.0-+ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
005IFSIPLO-----+ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
006TFEH512-231 / (231.8)-4.0-@ 2000--RNP APCH
007TFTHR 23Y231 / (232.0)-6.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
008TFEH752-231 / (231.9)-12.5-@ 2000--RNP APCH

FAS data block RWY 23


Additional Data
ParametersValues
ICAO CodeEH
LTP/FTP Orthometric Height (metres)3.8
2.6.3.2.2 TOLKO 1G approach RWY 23
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (ft / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFTOLKO-----+ FL 080- 250--
002TFGETSI-032 / (033.7)-8.5----RNAV 1
003TFEH740-063 / (063.9)-9.5-+ 3500- 220-RNAV 1
004TFEH741-141 / (142.0)-4.0----RNAV 1
005TFEH742-201 / (202.0)-3.0-+ 2000--RNAV 1
006CFEH512-231 / (232.0)GRO2.0-@ 2000--RNAV 1
007CFTHR 23Y231 / (232.0)GRO6.1---- 3.00 / 50-
008FMTHR 23-231 / (232.0)EEL--@ 2000---
3 LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES

During periods of low visibility the overall ATC capacity is reduced. To guarantee aircraft safety and optimal use of ATC capacity, Groningen Airport Eelde uses ATC low visibility procedures. These procedures are based on ICAO DOC 9476/1 (Surface Movement Guidance and Control Manual) and ECAC DOC 17 (Ground operations in limited visibility conditions).

The ATC low visibility procedures are categorised in four phases (A, B, C, and D), that are based on visibility or RVR values and ceiling.

PhaseLimits
A550 m <= RVR <= 1500 m and/or 200 ft <= ceiling <= 300 ft
(Lowest RVR of landing runway in use)
B350 m <= RVR < 550 m and/or ceiling < 200 ft
(Lowest RVR of landing runway in use)
C200 m <= RVR < 350 m
(Lowest RVR of landing runway in use)
DRVR < 200 m
(Lowest RVR of landing runway in use)

The ATC low visibility procedures become effective when the lowest RVR of the landing runway in use equals or drops below 1500 m and/or the ceiling is equal to or less than 300 ft. First, the minimum separation for arriving aircraft and the departure interval will be increased; next, runway use will be restricted.

Pilots should not request start-up permission unless the RVR values for the take-off runway are above the take-off limits for the flight. Pilots should be informed about the RVR minima that apply to their flight, so that they can readily respond to requests about these minima.

4 TRAINING PROCEDURES
4.1 Introduction
4.1.1 General

To accommodate the conduct and to increase the amount of training flights to be handled by ATC, training areas have been established in the Eelde TMA. The upper boundary of the Eelde TMA can temporarily be changed to enlarge training areas. Assignment of the areas depends on circumstances as nature of training, aircraft performance, traffic load, pilots request etc.

training and test flights including go-arounds PPR from airport manager.
IFR-training flights outside operational hours Eelde Approach: PPR from ATC, tel: +31 (0)50 309 9229.
to avoid noise disturbances pilots shall adhere to the IFR and VFR approach and departure procedures and traffic circuits as depicted.
4.1.2 Training areas

Training areas are as follows:

  1. Eelde TMA area
    Within the lateral boundaries of the Eelde TMA.
  2. East area
    That part of the Eelde TMA east of a line of bearing 321°-141° MAG through the locator SO.
  3. West area
    That part of the Eelde TMA west of a line of bearing 321°-141° MAG through the locator VZ.
4.1.3 VFR on top training flight

IFR training flights departing from Eelde Airport which are cancelling IFR to continue VFR on top will be given a locator, flight level and EAT, in order to return IFR to Eelde in case of communication failure, by Eelde APP.

VFR on top training flights may only be executed in those areas where VFR flights are permitted (see ENR 1.2 paragraph 3).
4.2 Communication failure
4.2.1 General

The pilot of an IFR flight shall follow the general procedures for IFR flights (see ENR 1.3 paragraph "Communication Failure").
The instrument approach procedures from locator SO or VZ may be followed by a visual or circling approach to the main landing runway or if not acceptable to the most convenient runway.

4.2.2 In the Eelde TMA

In addition to the general procedures, the pilot shall:

  • proceed to the locator of the main landing runway (locator SO for RWY 23, locator VZ for RWY 05).
  • maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • after arrival over the fix, intercept the holding pattern.
  • commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL at the EAT last received and acknowledged.
  • after reaching 2000 ft AMSL leave the holding fix and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the appropriate runway (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
4.2.3 In the East area

In addition to the general procedures, the pilot shall:

  • proceed to the holding fix SO.
  • maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • after arrival over SO, intercept the holding pattern.
  • commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL at the EAT last received and acknowledged.
  • after reaching 2000 ft AMSL leave SO and carry out an instrument approach procedure to RWY 23 (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
4.2.4 In the West area

In addition to the general procedures, the pilot shall:

  • proceed to the holding fix VZ.
  • maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • after arrival over VZ, intercept the holding pattern.
  • commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL at the EAT last received and acknowledged.
  • after reaching 2000 ft AMSL leave VZ and carry out an instrument approach procedure to RWY 05 (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
4.2.5 Traffic vectored to final approach

In addition to the general procedures, the pilot shall:

  • maintain the last cleared and acknowledged level or altitude.
  • proceed to the locator of the assigned landing runway (locator SO for RWY 23 and locator VZ for RWY 05).
  • after arrival over the fix, descend to 2000 ft AMSL, if applicable.
  • after reaching 2000 ft, leave the locator and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the appropriate runway (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
4.2.6 VFR on top

In addition to the general procedures, the pilot shall:

  • proceed VFR to the locator of the main landing runway (locator SO for RWY 23 and locator VZ for RWY 05).
  • after arrival over the locator, join the holding pattern.
  • in the holding, descend to the last given and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • commence descent to 2000 ft AMSL, if applicable, at the EAT last received and acknowledged.
  • after reaching 2000 ft AMSL, leave the locator and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the appropriate runway (see AD 2.EHGG-IAC-xx.x).
5 VFR FLIGHT PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS
for visual approach chart and visual traffic circuits see AD 2.EHGG-VAC.1 and AD 2.EHGG-VAC.2.
5.1 General
  1. All VFR flights within the Eelde CTR shall submit a flight plan (see ENR 1.10).
  2. Eelde CTR has been designated as controlled airspace (class C).
  3. Flights within the Eelde CTR should maintain two-way radio communication with Eelde TWR, unless they have been exempted by ATS Eelde. This exemption will only be granted in extraordinary circumstances.
  4. Prior permission is required from Eelde TWR for all VFR operations in the CTR.
  5. All aircraft performing VFR flights in the Eelde CTR must show their landing lights.
  6. All VFR flights conducted within the Eelde CTR shall be executed at or below 1500 ft AMSL.
  7. VFR flights shall be carried out via the arrival/departure routes unless otherwise instructed by ATC or on pilots request.
  8. To avoid noise disturbances pilots shall adhere to the VFR approach and departure procedures and traffic circuits as depicted.
  9. Built-up areas shall be avoided as much as possible.
  10. Marked areas shall be avoided.
  11. ILS area: VFR flights within the CTR may be instructed by ATC to stay clear of this area. The ILS area is indicated on the chart (see AD 2.EHGG-VAC.1).
  12. Pilots are urgently requested not to execute VFR flights in the vicinity of the published instrument arrival and departure routes within the Eelde TMA, which are published in EHGG AD 2.24.
  13. Training and test flights including missed approaches PPR from airport manager.
all VFR flights transiting the Eelde TMA are urgently requested to contact Eelde APP; MON-FRI on 120.305 and SAT-SUN on 118.705.
5.2 Visual departure procedures
  1. Pilots must have obtained start-up clearance from ATC before starting engines. A request for start-up shall be made to Eelde Delivery, clearance for start-up will either be issued immediately or at a specified time depending on traffic. A request for start-up includes:
    • aircraft identification and type (e.g. PHJUR Cessna 172).
    • position (e.g. in front of tower).
    • flight rules (e.g. VFR).
    • destination (e.g. Rotterdam).
    • ATIS information (e.g. information E).
    • request start-up (request start-up).
  2. Taxiing on taxiways: pilots of aircraft intending to taxi on the taxiways shall obtain a clearance from Eelde TWR.
  3. Unless otherwise instructed or approved climb after take-off to 1000 ft AMSL.
  4. Make the shortest turn to join the instructed departure at or before PAPA or VICTOR.
  5. Cross PAPA or VICTOR at 1000 ft AMSL and maintain 1000 ft AMSL until outside CTR.
  6. Report PAPA and VICTOR on ATC request.
  7. Report leaving the CTR over the designated reporting point.
when joining UNIFORM Departure, the railway Groningen/Assen via Haren, Glimmen and Tynaarlo shall not be crossed (see also Caution in chart AD 2.EHGG-VAC.1).
5.3 Visual approach procedures
  1. Contact Eelde TWR 2 minutes before reaching the CTR boundary for permission to enter the CTR.
  2. Unless otherwise instructed, enter the CTR at 1500 ft AMSL and maintain.
  3. Descend to circuit altitude and join the circuit as instructed by ATC.
  4. When instructed for the overhead joining procedure adhere to the following (see charts AD 2.EHGG-VAC.3 and AD 2.EHGG-VAC.4):
    RWY 05Overhead joining from the south:Report Tango, proceed overhead THR RWY 05 to dead side, descend to circuit altitude, abeam THR RWY 23 turn right, overfly THR RWY 23 and join a righthand circuit.
    Overhead joining from the north:Report November, descend to circuit altitude, overfly THR RWY 23 and join a righthand circuit.
    RWY 23Overhead joining from the south:Report Tango, proceed overhead THR RWY 23 to dead side, descend to circuit altitude, abeam THR RWY 05 turn left, overfly THR RWY 05 and join a lefthand circuit.
    Overhead joining from the north:Report November, proceed to dead side and descend to circuit altitude, abeam THR RWY 05 turn left, overfly THR RWY 05 and join a lefthand circuit.
    unless otherwise instructed the circuit altitude is 1000 ft for light propeller aircraft (no turboprop) with MAX AUW of 6000 kg, and 1500 ft for jet, turboprop and other aircraft (with MAX AUW > 6000 kg).
  5. In case of missed approach climb straight ahead to MAX 1000 ft AMSL and inform ATC.
5.4 VFR traffic circuits
  1. In case of intensive traffic the downwind leg of the circuit may be extended at ATC discretion.
  2. Due to traffic and/or weather conditions the circuits will occasionally be flown at 500 ft AMSL.
    1. Light propeller aircraft (no turboprop, MAX AUW 6000 kg)
      • RWY 05: normally a righthand circuit at 1000 ft AMSL.
      • RWY 23: normally a lefthand circuit at 1000 ft AMSL.
    2. Jet, turboprop and other aircraft (with MAX AUW > 6000 kg)
      • RWY 05: a righthand circuit at 1500 ft AMSL. At 500 ft AMSL turn left to track 048° MAG. When abeam orange circuitmarker turn right to join the circuit.
      • RWY 23: a lefthand circuit at 1500 ft AMSL. Turn to final beyond the orange circuitmarker.
  3. A missed approach for RWY 05 and RWY 23: inform ATC immediately while climbing to the circuit altitude.
  4. A threshold base leg (an approach pattern, the base leg of which is flown at 90° to the runway centre line exactly opposite the threshold) may be executed for:
    • RWY 05: left- and righthand circuit.
    • RWY 23: lefthand circuit.
5.4.1 Taxi procedures

Pilots shall remain on Eelde TWR channel after vacating the runway until the aircraft is parked on the apron.

5.5 Communication failure procedures
5.5.1 General

Select SSR code 7600.

5.5.2 VFR outbound

In case of communication failure adhere to the departure instructions. If the departure instructions contain a clearance limit in the CTR, act in accordance with paragraph 5.5.4.

5.5.3 VFR inbound
5.5.3.1 Via ROMEO Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit leave the CTR according to the UNIFORM Departure and divert to an appropriate aerodrome.
  2. In case of communication failure over or after a position from where to join the circuit (this is past the compulsory reporting point TANGO or OVERHEAD) execute a circuit for the last received and acknowledged runway as short as practicable. Make a full stop landing and vacate as soon as possible. In case of go around execute a similar circuit (be aware of the fact that your flightpath could interfere with the flightpath of other aerodrome traffic).
5.5.3.2 Via YANKEE Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit leave the CTR according to the X-RAY Departure and divert to an appropriate aerodrome.
  2. In case of communication failure over or after a position from where to join the circuit (this is past compulsory reporting point NOVEMBER or OVERHEAD) act in accordance with paragraph 5.5.3.1 item b.
5.5.3.3 Via a different route to the field
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit act in accordance with paragraph 5.5.4.
  2. In case of communication failure over or after a position from where to join the circuit act in accordance with paragraph 5.5.3.1 item b.
5.5.4 VFR crossing the CTR

In case of communication failure leave the CTR via the shortest route, maintain altitude until outside the CTR, do not cross runway centre line 05/23 or ILS area and proceed to an appropriate aerodrome.

EHGG AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 CAUTIONS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  1. For details of the low flying areas see ENR 5.1 and ENR 5.2.
  2. Parachute jumping may take place as stated in ENR 5.5 and/or as promulgated by NOTAM.
  3. Pilots shall be aware that in the vicinity of the aerodrome ATC gives priority to:
    • aircraft in state of an emergency;
    • hospital and police aircraft with the status priority or scramble;
    • aircraft engaged in SAR operations.
  4. Grass cutting will take place at irregular times.
2 RUNWAY TURNPAD

A runway turnpad is situated at the end of RWY 23. This turnpad shall be used by aircraft with wingspan > 24 m in case of:

  • full-length take-off RWY 05;
  • landing RWY 23 and missing exit TWY C;
  • rejected take-off RWY 23 and missing exit TWY C.
3 GROUND HANDLING COMPANIES
  • Full service handling agent (all ACFT types). Handling passengers, cargo and general aviation; cargo facilities AVBL O/R.
    Post:

    Groningen Airport Eelde Handling

    Tel: +31 (0)50 309 5433

    Email: dispatch@gae.nl

    SITA: GRQAPXH

    Groningen Handling 131.580
  • Fixed base operator (handling general aviation aircraft MTOM <= 18 500 kg):
    Post:

    Ground Ace

    Tel: +31 (0)50 308 0075

    Fax: +31 (0)50 308 0076

    Email: info@groundace.eu

EHGG AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Type of chartPage
Aerodrome chartAD 2.EHGG-ADC
PDF
Aircraft parking / docking chartAD 2.EHGG-APDC
PDF
Aerodrome obstacle chart RWY 05/23AD 2.EHGG-AOC-05-23
PDF
Standard instrument departure chartAD 2.EHGG-SID-OVERVIEW
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 05AD 2.EHGG-SID-05
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-SID-23
PDF
Standard arrival chartAD 2.EHGG-STAR
PDF
ATC surveillance minimum altitude chartAD 2.EHGG-SMAC
PDF
Instrument approach chart RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05AD 2.EHGG-IAC-05.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart VOR RWY 05AD 2.EHGG-IAC-05.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart NDB RWY 05AD 2.EHGG-IAC-05.3
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS or LOC RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart TOLKO 1G approach ILS RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.3
PDF
Instrument approach chart VOR RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.4
PDF
Instrument approach chart NDB RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-IAC-23.5
PDF
Visual approach chart/VFR proceduresAD 2.EHGG-VAC.1
PDF
Visual approach chart VFR traffic circuits RWY 05/23AD 2.EHGG-VAC.2
PDF
Visual approach chart VFR traffic circuit joining procedures RWY 05AD 2.EHGG-VAC.3
PDF
Visual approach chart VFR traffic circuit joining procedures RWY 23AD 2.EHGG-VAC.4
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