EHLE — LELYSTAD/Lelystad

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EHLE AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EHLE — LELYSTAD/Lelystad

EHLE AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP co-ordinates and site at AD522712N 0053050E
249 DEG GEO 755 M from TWR.
2Direction and distance from (city)3.5 NM SSE from Lelystad
3Elevation/reference temperature-12 FT AMSL/22°C (JUL/AUG)
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN141 FT
5MAG VAR/annual change2° E(2020)/0°09' E
6AD operator, postal address, telephone, telefax, email, AFS, website
Post:

Lelystad Airport
P.O. Box 2201
8203 AE Lelystad
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)320 284 791

Email: operations@lelystadairport.nl

AFS: EHLEZTZX

URL: http://www.lelystadairport.nl

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR/VFR
8Remarks
  1. The aerodrome is available for national and international civil air traffic with a maximum wingspan up to 36 meters. PPR for non scheduled aircraft with a wingspan of 24 meters or more.
  2. PPR for aircraft with a MTOM of 100.000 kg or more.
  3. AD not AVBL as commercial alternate.
  4. The import and export of cargo and cargo in transit is not allowed.

EHLE AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD operatorMON-SUN: 0600-2100 (0500-2000).
2Customs and immigrationCustoms: during AD OPR HR on 3 HR PN 1) .
Immigration: during AD OPR HR.
3Health and sanitationNA
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 officeH24
7ATSAD OPR HR.
8FuellingAVBL during AD OPR HR.
9HandlingLimited; MON-SUN during AD OPR HR, O/R.
10SecurityNA
11De-icingNA
12Remarks
  1. PN means permission from and/or in case of customs etc. notification other than by (VFR) flight plan to aerodrome authority as appropriate and is applicable for every flight.

EHLE AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesNA
2Fuel/oil typesAVGAS 100LL,AVGAS UL91, Jet A1/AeroShell aviation oil 100, W100, 80, W80, 15W50, 10W40 (diesel).
3Fuelling facilities/capacity
AVGAS 100LL and AVGAS UL91:self-service with Air Total carnet, PIN or creditcard (VISA, Mastercard).
Jet A1:self-service with Air Total carnet, PIN or creditcard (VISA, Mastercard); by truck (with pressure refuelling).
4De-icing facilitiesNA
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftLimited, O/R.
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftLimited AVBL, O/R.
7RemarksNIL

EHLE AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsSufficient accommodation in Lelystad and Harderwijk.
2RestaurantsAt the aerodrome and in Lelystad and Harderwijk.
3TransportationRental cars, buses and taxis. Limited AVBL (and O/R).
4Medical facilitiesFirst aid treatment, hospital in Lelystad.
5Bank and post officeAVBL in Lelystad and Harderwijk.
6Tourist officeAVBL in Lelystad and Harderwijk.
7RemarksNIL

EHLE AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 5 1)
2Rescue equipment2 crash-tenders.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftHoist and lift capacity limited AVBL.
4Remarks
  1. CAT 6 and 7 AVBL 72 HR PPRPN for ferry flights with crew only. Rescue and firefighting personnel AVBL in accordance with CAT 5, the prescribed amount of water and foam production and the complementary extinguishing agents AVBL in accordance with CAT 6/7.

EHLE AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipment2 snowsweepers, 2 snowploughs, 1 snowblower, 1 ureumspreader, 1 clearwayspreader.
2Clearance prioritiesRWY, including run-up areas, TWY, intersections, apron.
3RemarksNIL

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

1Apron surface and strength
ApronD, F and HL
SurfaceAsphalt and concreteConcrete
StrengthPCN 19/F/D/W/TPCN 65.0/R/B/W/T
2Taxiway width, surface and strength
TWYWidthSurfaceStrength (PCN)
A23.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
A123.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
A223.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
N23.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
N123.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
N223.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
N323.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
N423.0 MAsphalt55.0/F/B/W/T
S15.0 MAsphalt19.0/F/D/W/T
S115.0 MAsphalt19.0/F/D/W/T
S210.5 MAsphalt19.0/F/D/W/T
S310.5 MAsphalt19.0/F/D/W/T
S410.5 MAsphalt19.0/F/D/W/T
S515.0 MAsphalt19.0/F/D/W/T
S715.0 MAsphaltNot AVBL
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevationLocation: apron.
Elevation: -12.6 FT AMSL.
4VOR checkpointsNIL
5INS checkpointsNIL
6RemarksTWYs A, A1, A2, N, N1, N2, N3, N4 and the L-apron north of the runway not AVBL for operational use.

EHLE 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 standsFollow-me car and marshaller assistance AVBL on request.
2RWY and TWY markings and LGT
RWY:threshold (displaced THR, arrows), centre line, RWY designation, side stripes, TDZ, aiming point; threshold lights, centre line lights, edge lights, runway end lights.
TWY:yellow centre line, partially edge marking. MAX SPAN information markings indicate TWYs where operations are limited to aircraft not exceeding the maximum wingspan specified. Blue edge lights. Blue retroreflective edge markers on straight sections on S and S1-S5, runway guard lights at holdings N1-N4, S1-S5 and S7.
3Stop barsNIL
4RemarksNIL

EHLE AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

Buildings are equipped with obstacle lights when required. For obstacles in approach and take-off areas see AD 2.EHLE-AOC-05-23.

EHLE 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
30 MIN, AVBL during AD OPR HR.
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 informationLelystad TWR, Lelystad 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.
weather bulletin (Dutch language) and AUTO METARs via Dutch public TV Teletekst page 707.

EHLE 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
05047.54°2700 x 4555/F/B/W/T
ASPH
522647.92N 0053010.10E
522740.33N 0053143.89E
141 FT
-12.6 FT
-12 FT
23227.55°2700 x 4555/F/B/W/T
ASPH
522733.78N 0053132.16E
522641.37N 0052958.38E
141 FT
-12.3 FT
-12 FT
Designations RWY NRSlope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESA dimensions (M)Location and type of
arresting system
OFZ
178910111213
05NILNA60 x 1502700 x 280240 x 150NILNA
23NILNA60 x 1502700 x 280240 x 150NILNA
Remarks
14
NIL

EHLE AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
052100216021002100Take-off from intersection with TWY S7.
(DTHR 300 M)
133013901330NATake-off from intersection with TWY S5.
9991059999NATake-off from intersection with TWY S4. Only AVBL during UDP and only AVBL for aircraft with a maximum wheel span of 6 M.
724784724NATake-off from intersection with TWY S3. Only AVBL during UDP and only AVBL for aircraft with a maximum wheel span of 6 M.
232000206020002100Take-off from intersection with TWY S1.
(DTHR 300 M).
170017601700NATake-off from intersection with TWY S2. Only AVBL during UDP and only AVBL for aircraft with a maximum wheel span of 6 M.
138614461386NATake-off from intersection with TWY S3. Only AVBL during UDP and only AVBL for aircraft with a maximum wheel span of 6 M.
111111711111NATake-off from intersection with TWY S4. Only AVBL during UDP and only AVBL for aircraft with a maximum wheel span of 6 M.
784844784NATake-off from intersection with TWY S5. Only AVBL during UDP.

EHLE 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
05CAT I
900 m
LIH
Green
-
PAPI
Left/3.0°
(36 FT)
NIL2400 M
30 M
W 1)
LIH
2400 M
60 M
W 2)
LIH
R
-
NA
23CAT I
900 m
LIH
Green
-
PAPI
Left/3.0°
(36 FT)
NIL2400 M
30 M
W 1)
LIH
2400 M
60 M
W 2)
LIH
R
-
NA
Remarks
10
  1. RCLL
    whitefrom beginning of RWY to 900 M before RWY-end LGT;
    white/redfrom 900 M to 300 M before RWY-end LGT;
    redfrom 300 M before RWY-end LGT, to RWY-end LGT.
  2. REDL
    redfrom beginning of RWY to DTHR;
    whitefrom DTHR to 600 M before RWY-end LGT;
    yellowfrom 600 M before RWY-end LGT to RWY-end LGT.
RWY 05 and RWY 23: no lights beyond RWY-end LGT.

EHLE 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: 320 M WSW from THR RWY 23; and 412 M ENE from THR RWY 05, unlighted.
3TWY edge and centre line lighting
Edge:TWYs N and A: blue edge lights.
TWY S: blue edge lights in the corners, blue retroflective edge markers on straight sections.
Centre line:NIL
4Secondary power supply
Switch-over time
AVBL
Within 15 SEC.
5RemarksNIL

EHLE AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1Co-ordinates TLOF or THR of FATO
Geoid undulation
052°27'12.19"N 005°30'36.16"E
141 FT
2TLOF and/or FATO elevation m/ft-12 FT
3TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking
TLOFSquare 15 x 15 M / CONC. Edges marked in white, white ‘H’ in center.
FATORectangular 36 x 445 M / GRASS. Edges marked with red-white perimeter markers.
4True BRG of FATO047°-227°
5Declared distance availableNIL
6APCH and FATO lightingNIL
7Remarks
  1. Helicopter exercise area (HELEX) AVBL northeast of FATO for helicopter exercises up to 50 FT.
  2. FATO and HELEX only AVBL for local helicopter training operators.
  3. FATO and HELEX only AVBL during UDP.

EHLE AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limits
  • LELYSTAD CTR 1:
    522804N 0052511E;
    521620N 0052511E;
    521610N 0052449E;
    521617N 0052154E;
    522102N 0051512E;
    522231N 0051518E;
    522804N 0052511E.
  • LELYSTAD CTR 2:
    523447N 0053713E;
    523021N 0054350E;
    522307N 0053050E;
    522024N 0053357E;
    521620N 0052511E;
    522804N 0052511E;
    523447N 0053713E.
2Vertical limits
  • LELYSTAD CTR 1: GND to 1500 ft AMSL
  • LELYSTAD CTR 2: GND to 2500 ft AMSL
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
Lelystad Tower
English
5Transition altitudeIFR: 3000 ft AMSL; VFR: 3500 ft AMSL.
6Hours of applicabilityAD OPR HR, see EHLE AD 2.3.
7RemarksNIL

EHLE AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signChannel/
Frequency (MHz)
Hours of operationRemarks
12345
APPLelystad Approach134.530See AD 2.3 OPR HR.Primary.
120.830At ATC discretion.
TWRLelystad Tower135.180See AD 2.3 OPR HR.Primary.
123.830At ATC discretion.
362.875At ATC discretion.
Lelystad Delivery123.680See AD 2.3 OPR HR.Start-up control and clearance delivery. Preflight information IFR/VFR (incl. training flights).
VDF.
123.830At ATC discretion.
ATISLelystad Information120.730H24ATIS remains operational outside AD OPR HR.
-As appropriate.121.500As appropriate.Emergency.
243.000

EHLE 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
NDBLLS326 kHzH24522746.2N 0053155.0ENANIL
LOC 05
ILS CAT 1/C/1
(1°E/2015)
ILSN108.550 MHzH24522741.7N 0053146.3ENANIL
DME 05ILSNCH22YH24522652.2N 0053027.2E0 FTDistance DME antenna/THR 05 is 349 M.
GP 05-329.750 MHzH24522652.2N 0053027.2ENANIL
Lelystad DMEFROCH51XH24522709.2N 0053029.0E0 FTNIL

EHLE AD 2.20 LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1 IFR ROUTE AVAILABILITY

The IFR departure and arrival routes are not available for scheduled and non-scheduled passenger flights UFN. Business aviation and GA operators shall contact airport authority.

2 RUNWAY RESERVATIONS

All aircraft shall make runway reservations using LARSA (Lelystad Airport Runway Scheduling application). For more information, see https://www.lelystadairport.nl.

EHLE 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).

1.2 Instrument departure procedures
1.2.1 Start-up permission

Pilots shall request start-up permission from ATC before starting engines. When applicable, report a cross-bleed start. The request for start-up shall be made to Lelystad Delivery after all preparations for departure have been made (doors closed etc.) and shall include:

  • aircraft identification (e.g. TRA345).
  • position (e.g. L4) or entry point manoeuvring area (e.g. G1).
  • ATIS information (e.g. information R).
  • flight rules (e.g. IFR).
  • destination (e.g. Heraklion).
  • request start-up.

Permission for start-up will be issued either immediately or at a specified time. The pilot shall be able to comply with start-up and taxi permission. Any delay in start-up or taxiing shall be reported to ATC immediately. In case of indefinite delay, the probable duration of delay will be given.

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

when EHR49 is active the AMGOD and IDRID SID cannot be used.
when EHR8A is active the AMGOD SID cannot be used.
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 Lelystad Delivery. An en route clearance contains:

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

Example of an en route clearance: "TRA345 cleared to Heraklion, NAPRO 1L Departure, cleared FL 060 according to step climb, squawk 2123".

1.2.2.2 Standard instrument departures

The instrument departure procedures are laid down in standard instrument departures (SIDs). SIDs are published for RWY 05 and 23.

if not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Lelystad Delivery.
only flights of wake turbulence category LIGHT are allowed to file a flight plan with a requested flight level below FL 060. Expect additional ATC instructions.
1.2.2.3 Departure instructions (paragraph 1.2.2.1 item e)

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

1.2.2.4 General instructions

Due to interaction with other routes pilots must ensure strict compliance with the specified climb profile.

1.2.3 Taxi procedures

Aircraft shall request taxi clearance from Lelystad Tower.

1.3 Communication failure
  • Select transponder code 7600.
  • If possible call Amsterdam ACC Supervisor on telephone number +31 (0)20 406 3999.
    Use telephone connection to mitigate COM failure only. All telephone calls will be automatically recorded.
  • If telephone connection is disconnected prematurely (before read-back), revert to general communication failure procedure (see ENR 1.3).

Additionally: proceed on the departure route according to expected FLs in SID tables (see paragraph 1.4).

1.4 SID descriptions
1.4.1 General remarks
1.4.1.1 Procedures and constraints
  • Transition altitude: 3000 ft AMSL.
  • SIDs are based on an average climb rate of 2000 ft/min.
  • SIDs shall be strictly adhered to.
  • Initiate turns in due time in order not to overshoot radials.
  • Turn radii based on a 25° bank angle.
  • MAX 250 KIAS below FL 100 unless otherwise instructed.
  • For continuous routings and crossing conditions on ATS routes as applicable see paragraph 1.4.3.
  • IFR departures are not available for scheduled and non-scheduled passenger flights UFN (see AD 2.20).
1.4.1.2 Application of RNAV

All SIDs require the use of RNAV routes stored in a pre-programmed navigation database on board of aircraft.
Furthermore:

  • Connect FMS as early as possible.
  • The LExxx-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.
1.4.2 Specific remarks
  1. Both AMGOD and BERGI SIDs lead to AMGOD, be sure to follow the correct route.
  2. Both IDRID and VOLLA SIDs lead to IDRID, be sure to follow the correct route.
  3. BERGI, IDRID and VOLLA SIDs: only available for flights with requested flight/cruising level FL 140 or above.
  4. INKET SID: only for aircraft with destination EHRD.
  5. RUMER SID: only for aircraft with destination EHBD, EHBK, or EHEH.
  6. RNAV1 required.
1.4.3 Continuous routings for Lelystad SIDs with crossing conditions on ATS routes as applicable
REF EHLE AD 2.22 paragraph 1.2.2 "En route clearance": if not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Lelystad Delivery before take-off.
ARNEM Departures
L620If the requested flight level is above FL 245, cross OLDOD at or above FL 250.
KUDAD Departures
N872If the requested flight level is above FL 245, cross WOODY at or above FL 240; cross 5 NIK 025 at or above FL 260.
NAPRO Departures
Z739If the requested flight level is above FL 245, cross AMOSU at or above FL 250.
1.4.4 SIDs RWY 05

See chart AD 2.EHLE-SID-05.

AMGOD 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060, expect FL 090 at KOKIP.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[AMGO1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE114LE114TFN
To ERMUR at FL 060ERMUR [F060 ]TFN
To ASNOMASNOMTFN
To KOKIPKOKIPTFN
To AMGODAMGODTFN
ARNEM 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ARNE1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE113LE113TFN
To LE120 at FL 060LE120 [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
BERGI 1QSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1, 3, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[BERG1Q]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE114LE114TFN
To ERMUR at FL 060ERMUR [F060 ]TFN
To EDOXOEDOXOTFN
To LE142LE142TFN
To BERGIBERGITFN
To AMGODAMGODTFN
GRONY 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[GRON1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE114LE114TFN
To ERMUR at FL 060ERMUR [F060 ]TFN
To LE146LE146TFN
To LE147LE147TFN
To GRONYGRONYTFN
IDRID 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[IDRI1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE114LE114TFN
To ERMUR at FL 060ERMUR [F060 ]TFN
To ASNOMASNOMTFN
To PETCAPETCATFN
To EH091EH091TFN
To VOLLAVOLLATFN
To IDRIDIDRIDTFN
INKET 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 4, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE113LE113TFN
To LE120 at FL 060LE120 [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To LE149LE149TFN
To BRIARBRIARTFN
To IPMURIPMURTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To INKETINKETTFN
KUDAD 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060, expect FL 090 at IPMUR and FL 100 at WILEM.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[KUDA1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE113LE113TFN
To LE120 at FL 060LE120 [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To LE149LE149TFN
To BRIARBRIARTFN
To IPMURIPMURTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To WILEMWILEMTFN
To LE139LE139TFN
To KUDADKUDADTFN
NAPRO 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NAPR1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE113LE113TFN
To LE120 at FL 060LE120 [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
To NAPRONAPROTFN
RUMER 1LSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 5, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[RUME1L]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE113LE113TFN
To LE120 at FL 060LE120 [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
To LE145LE145TFN
To BASGUBASGUTFN
To RUMERRUMERTFN
VOLLA 1QSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[VOLL1Q]To LE112 on course 048° MAG, at or below 3000 ft AMSLLE112 [M048; A3000-]CFN
To LE114LE114TFN
To ERMUR at FL 060ERMUR [F060 ]TFN
To EDOXOEDOXOTFN
To LE141LE141TFN
To EH091EH091TFN
To VOLLAVOLLATFN
To IDRIDIDRIDTFN
1.4.5 SIDs RWY 23

See chart AD 2.EHLE-SID-23.

AMGOD 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1, 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060, expect FL 090 at KOKIP.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[AMGO1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To LE107LE107TFN
To ERMURERMURTFN
To ASNOMASNOMTFN
To KOKIPKOKIPTFN
To AMGODAMGODTFN
ARNEM 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060, expect FL 090 at ARNEM.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ARNE1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
BERGI 1USee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1, 3, 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[BERG1U]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To LE107LE107TFN
To ERMURERMURTFN
To EDOXOEDOXOTFN
To LE142LE142TFN
To BERGIBERGITFN
To AMGODAMGODTFN
GRONY 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[GRON1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To LE107LE107TFN
To ERMURERMURTFN
To LE146LE146TFN
To LE147LE147TFN
To GRONYGRONYTFN
IDRID 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[IDRI1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To LE107LE107TFN
To ERMURERMURTFN
To ASNOMASNOMTFN
To PETCAPETCATFN
To EH091EH091TFN
To VOLLAVOLLATFN
To IDRIDIDRIDTFN
INKET 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 4, 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To LE149LE149TFN
To BRIARBRIARTFN
To IPMURIPMURTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To INKETINKETTFN
KUDAD 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060, expect FL 090 at IPMUR and FL 100 at WILEM.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[KUDA1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To LE149LE149TFN
To BRIARBRIARTFN
To IPMURIPMURTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To WILEMWILEMTFN
To LE139LE139TFN
To KUDADKUDADTFN
NAPRO 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NAPR1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
To NAPRONAPROTFN
RUMER 1MSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 5, 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[RUME1M]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To ARBEPARBEPTFY
To LE148 on course 174° MAGLE148 [M174]CFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
To LE145LE145TFN
To BASGUBASGUTFN
To RUMERRUMERTFN
VOLLA 1USee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 6.
Minimum climb gradient: 4.0 % to 500 ft AMSL.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[VOLL1U]Climb on course 227° MAG at or above 500 ft AMSL[M227; A500+]CAN
Direct to LE101=> LE101DFN
To LE102 at or below 2000 ft AMSL, MAX 210 KIASLE102 [A2000-; K210-]TFN
To ASBES at 3000 ft AMSLASBES [A3000 ]TFN
To DOTIX at FL 060DOTIX [F060 ]TFN
To LE107LE107TFN
To ERMURERMURTFN
To EDOXOEDOXOTFN
To LE141LE141TFN
To EH091EH091TFN
To VOLLAVOLLATFN
To IDRIDIDRIDTFN
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).

2.2 Holding UVOXI
  • Expect radar vectors to UVOXI.
  • Holding levels are FL 090, FL 080, FL 070, FL 060. FL 090 will be used first due to noise abatement requirements.
  • Exit holding route UVOXI – TENLI – BADEX (IAF).
2.3 Approach
2.3.1 General
2.3.1.1 Approach procedures to RWY 05

RNAV to ILS or LOC approach:

  • Initial and intermediate approach segment: RNAV1 transition from IAF to FAP/FAF;
  • Final approach segment: ILS or LOC final approach;
  • Missed approach segment: RNAV1 missed approach.

RNP approach:

  • Initial and intermediate approach segment: RNAV1 transition from IAF to FAP/FAF;
  • Final approach segment: RNP final approach;
  • Missed approach segment: RNAV1 missed approach to ASBES.

Remarks:

  • Notice the large localizer interception angle of 88 degrees.
  • Notice the short distance between IF and FAF available for final course interception. The length of the intermediate segment (2.2 NM) is shorter than the ICAO minimum in case of a final approach interception angle of more than 60 degrees (3.0 NM).
2.3.1.2 Approach procedure to RWY 23

RNP approach:

  • Initial and intermediate approach segment: RNAV1 transition from IAF to FAP/FAF;
  • Final approach segment: RNP final approach;
  • Missed approach segment: RNAV1 missed approach to KUVOS.
2.3.1.3 Visual approach

Visual approach allowed only when in the final approach segment.

2.3.1.4 Circling approach

Circling approaches are not allowed.

2.3.1.5 Aircraft and operator requirements

For the use of all IFR approach procedures to EHLE 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 an RNAV1 operations approval issued by their state of registry, which is compliant with the ICAO Document 9613 Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Manual or equivalent.
  • The operator must hold an RNP APCH operations approval issued by their state of registry, which is compliant with the ICAO Document 9613 Performance-based Navigation (PBN) Manual or equivalent.
2.4 Missed approach procedure

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

After second missed approach, follow the relevant SID to the alternate airport.

2.5 Communication failure
2.5.1 General
  • Select transponder code 7600.
  • If possible call Amsterdam ACC Supervisor on telephone number +31 (0)20 406 3999.
    Use telephone connection to mitigate COM failure only. All telephone calls will be automatically recorded.
  • If telephone connection is disconnected prematurely (before read-back), revert to general communication failure procedure.

For 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 Traffic flying before the IAF
  • Proceed according to the current flight plan route to the appropriate IAF (BADEX or EKNON);
  • Commence descent to cross BADEX or EKNON at FL 060; except traffic via RKN: cross NILMI at FL 060;
  • At BADEX or EKNON carry out an instrument procedure to the received and acknowledged runway or the runway-in-use as is included in the ATIS broadcast (see AD 2.EHLE-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.3 Traffic flying beyond the IAF
  • Proceed according to instrument procedure, or;
  • When vectored, proceed on the instrument procedure from XIDES to RWY 05 or IDGOK to RWY 23.
2.5.4 Traffic in UVOXI holding
  • Proceed from UVOXI via TENLI to BADEX;
  • Commence descent to cross BADEX at FL 060;
  • At BADEX execute an instrument procedure to the received and acknowledged runway or the runway-in-use as is included in the ATIS broadcast (see AD 2.EHLE-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.5 Missed approach procedure in case of communication failure

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

After second missed approach, follow the relevant SID to the alternate airport.

2.6 Instrument approach descriptions
recommended navaid for selection of MAG station declination only.
for positions of LExxx-waypoints see relevant instrument approach charts.
2.6.1 ILS or LOC approach RWY 05
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (ft / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFBADEX-----+ FL060---
002TFNILMI-307 / (308.0)-12.1-- FL060--RNAV1
003TFLE118-240 / (240.9)-3.3-+ FL050--RNAV1
004IFEKNON-----@ FL060---
005TFLE118-182 / (183.0)-14.0-+ FL050--RNAV1
006IFLE118-----+FL050---
007TFASBES-240 / (240.6)-16.3-@ 3000--RNAV1
008TFLE103-240 / (240.5)-4.1----RNAV1
009TFLE137-234 / (234.7)-3.1-@ 2000--RNAV1
010TFXIDES-231 / (231.9)-3.0-@ 2000- 185-RNAV1
011TFUPLOS-318 / (319.1)-3.2-+ 1700--RNAV1
012CFLE134-047 / (047.5)ILSN3.0-+ 1700---
013CFTHR 05Y047 / (047.5)ILSN5.2----3.00/50-
014CFLE112-047 / (048.0)ILSN5.3----RNAV1
015TFLE113-034 / (034.8)-6.1----RNAV1
016TFLE150Y122 / (122.8)-4.2--- 220-RNAV1
017CFASBES-240 / (241.0)ILSN13.5R@ 3000- 220-RNAV1
2.6.2 RNP approach RWY 05
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (ft / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFBADEX-----+ FL060---
002TFNILMI-307 / (308.0)-12.1-- FL060--RNAV1
003TFLE118-240 / (240.9)-3.3-+ FL050--RNAV1
004IFEKNON-----@ FL060---
005TFLE118-182 / (183.0)-14.0-+ FL050--RNAV1
006IFLE118-----+FL050---
007TFASBES-240 / (240.6)-16.3-@ 3000--RNAV1
008TFLE103-240 / (240.5)-4.1----RNAV1
009TFLE137-234 / (234.7)-3.1-@ 2000--RNAV1
010TFXIDES-231 / (231.9)-3.0-@ 2000- 185-RNAV1
011TFUPLOS-318 / (319.1)-3.2-+ 1700--RNAV1
012TFLE134-047 / (047.5)-3.0-+ 1700--RNP APCH
013TFTHR 05Y047 / (047.5)-5.2----3.00/50RNP APCH
014CFLE112-047 / (048.0)ILSN5.3----RNAV1
015TFLE113-034 / (034.8)-6.1----RNAV1
016TFLE150Y122 / (122.8)-4.2--- 220-RNAV1
017CFASBES-240 / (241.0)ILSN13.5R@ 3000- 220-RNAV1

FAS data block RWY 05


Additional Data
ParametersValues
ICAO CodeEH
LTP/FTP Orthometric Height (metres)-3.6
2.6.3 RNP approach RWY 23
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (ft / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFBADEX-----+ FL060---
002TFNILMI-307 / (308.0)-12.1-- FL060--RNAV1
003TFLE110-307 / (307.9)-5.1-+ FL050--RNAV1
004TFIDGOK-269 / (270.4)-6.0----RNAV1
005TFKUVOS-227 / (227.7)-3.0-+ 3000--RNAV1
006IFEKNON-----@ FL060---
007TFLE122-220 / (220.8)-7.2-+ FL050--RNAV1
008TFIDGOK-220 / (220.7)-4.9----RNAV1
009TFKUVOS-227 / (227.7)-3.0-+ 3000--RNAV1
010IFKUVOS-----+ 3000---
011TFLE124-227 / (227.7)-2.0-+ 3000--RNP APCH
012TFTHR 23Y227 / (227.7)-9.3----3.00/50RNP APCH
013CFLE101-227 / (227.5)ILSN5.5----RNAV1
014TFLE102-137 / (137.5)-3.3-- 2000-210-RNAV1
015TFASBES-060 / (060.6)-6.2-@ 3000--RNAV1
016TFLE151-060 / (060.9)-14.1----RNAV1
017TFIDGOK-317 / (317.8)-7.9----RNAV1
018TFKUVOS-227 / (227.7)-3.0-+ 3000-230-RNAV1

FAS data block RWY 23


Additional Data
ParametersValues
ICAO CodeEH
LTP/FTP Orthometric Height (metres)-3.6
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, Lelystad Airport uses ATC low visibility procedures. When the visibility falls below 1500 M and the ceiling becomes equal to or below 300 FT, cautionary measures are taken. Four low visibility phases are recognised:

PhaseConditionsProcedure
ALowest RVR <= 1500 M and/or
ceiling <= 300 FT
No conditional clearances. Limited use of intersection take-offs.
BLowest RVR < 550 M and/or
ceiling < 200 FT
Taxiing only allowed under the guidance of a marshaller or with a follow-me car. If no marshaller/car is available, ATC may give permission to taxi if no other aircraft is moving or expected to be moving in the manoeuvring area.
CLowest RVR < 350 MRWY 05/23 will only be used for departing aircraft. Taxiing only allowed under the guidance of a marshaller or with a follow-me car. If no marshaller/car is available, ATC may give permission to taxi if no aircraft is moving or expected to be moving in the manoeuvring area.
DHighest RVR < 100 MThe airport is below operational limits for arriving and departing aircraft.
4 VFR FLIGHT PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS
for visual approach chart and visual traffic circuits see AD 2.EHLE-VAC.1 and AD 2.EHLE-VAC.2.
4.1 General
  1. All VFR flights within the Lelystad CTR shall submit a flight plan (see ENR 1.10).
  2. Pilots shall adhere to the approach or departure route as indicated on the charts, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
  3. YANKEE is indicated by a red/white container.
  4. Pilots shall strictly adhere to the circuits as indicated on the charts, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
  5. Standard circuit altitude is 1000 FT AMSL for inbound VFR traffic.
    Standard altitude for VFR training circuit is 500 FT AMSL.
  6. Caution: helicopter operations north of the runway.
4.2 Visual departure procedures during UDP
  1. Pilots must have obtained start-up clearance from ATC before starting engines. A request for start-up shall be made to Lelystad 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 (e.g. PHSPY).
    • entry point manoeuvring area (e.g. at G1).
    • ATIS information (e.g. information J).
    • flight rules (e.g. VFR).
    • destination (e.g. Hilversum).
    • request start-up.
  2. Visual departure routes:
    RWY 05BRAVO Departure
    • After take-off, turn right to follow the VFR route to BRAVO.
    • Climb to and maintain 1000 FT AMSL.
    • On downwind northwest abeam YANKEE, turn left to BRAVO.
    • Remain at least 500 M southwest of the road until BRAVO.
    MIKE Departure
    • After take-off, turn left to follow the VFR route to MIKE.
    • Climb to and maintain 1500 FT AMSL.
    • Remain at least 500 M east of the highway until MIKE.
    RWY 23BRAVO Departure
    • After take-off, turn left to follow the VFR route to BRAVO.
    • Climb to and maintain 1000 FT AMSL.
    • On downwind west abeam YANKEE, turn right to BRAVO.
    • Remain at least 500 M southwest of the road until BRAVO.
    MIKE Departure
    • After take-off, turn right to follow the VFR route to MIKE.
    • Climb to and maintain 1500 FT AMSL.
    • Remain at least 500 M east of the highway until MIKE.
  3. Maintain procedure altitude within CTR.
  4. Report leaving the CTR over the designated reporting point.
4.3 Visual approach procedures during UDP
  1. Contact Lelystad TWR well before reaching the CTR boundary for permission to enter the CTR. A request to enter the CTR includes:
    • aircraft identification (e.g. PHSPY).
    • position (e.g. 2 NM southeast of BRAVO).
    • ATIS information (e.g. information J).
    • flight rules (e.g. VFR).
    • request for entry.
    • intentions (e.g. full stop or touch-and-go).
  2. Visual arrival routes
    RWY 05BRAVO Arrival,
    overhead joining
    • Enter the CTR at 1300 FT AMSL.
    • From BRAVO follow the VFR route to YANKEE. Remain northeast of the road.
    • Overhead the woods turn left to YANKEE.
    • Report east abeam YANKEE and turn to proceed overhead and cross the runway.
    • Descend to circuit altitude.
    • Turn left to join downwind RWY 05 (lefthand circuit).
    MIKE Arrival,
    direct joining
    • Enter the CTR at 1500 FT AMSL.
    • From MIKE follow the VFR route to X-RAY. Remain at least 500 M west of the highway.
    • Abeam X-RAY turn left.
    • Descend to circuit altitude.
    • Turn right to join downwind RWY 05 (lefthand circuit).
    RWY 23BRAVO Arrival,
    overhead joining
    • Enter the CTR at 1300 FT AMSL.
    • From BRAVO follow the VFR route to YANKEE. Remain northeast of the road.
    • Overhead the woods turn left to YANKEE.
    • Report east abeam YANKEE and turn to proceed overhead and cross the runway.
    • Descend to circuit altitude.
    • Turn right to join downwind RWY 23 (righthand circuit).
    MIKE Arrival,
    direct joining
    • Enter the CTR at 1500 FT AMSL.
    • From MIKE follow the VFR route to X-RAY. Remain at least 500 M west of the highway.
    • Abeam X-RAY turn left.
    • Descend to circuit altitude.
    • Turn left to join downwind RWY 23 (righthand circuit).
4.4 VFR traffic circuits
4.4.1 General

RWY 05: a lefthand circuit, maintain 1000 ft AMSL until turning base.
RWY 23: a righthand circuit, maintain 1000 ft AMSL until turning base.

for traffic reasons pilots may be instructed to extend downwind.
4.4.2 VFR training circuits

Training circuit RWY 05 lefthand and RWY 23 righthand at 500 ft AMSL. Downwind is marked by a visual reference marking on the ground.

4.5 Communication failure procedures
4.5.1 General
  • Select transponder code 7600.
  • If possible call Amsterdam ACC Supervisor on telephone number +31 (0)20 406 3999.
    Use telephone connection to mitigate COM failure only. All telephone calls will be automatically recorded.
  • If telephone connection is disconnected prematurely (before read-back), revert to communication failure procedures below.
4.5.2 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 4.5.4.

4.5.3 VFR inbound
4.5.3.1 Via BRAVO and MIKE Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before X-RAY and YANKEE, leave the CTR according to the BRAVO or MIKE Departure and divert to an appropriate aerodrome.
  2. In case of communication failure over or after X-RAY and YANKEE, execute a circuit for the last received and acknowledged runway as short as practicable. Make a full stop landing and vacate the runway as soon as possible. In case of go around execute a similar circuit (be aware of the fact that your flight path could interfere with the flight path of other aerodrome traffic).
4.5.3.2 Via a different route to the field
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit, act in accordance with paragraph 4.5.4.
  2. In case of communication failure over or after a position from where to join the circuit, act in accordance with paragraph 4.5.3.1 item b.
4.5.4 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 and proceed to an appropriate aerodrome.

EHLE AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 CAUTIONS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  1. Flights with a ZULU flight plan (VFR departure, IFR during flight):
    1. will not be permitted to cross the Schiphol TMAs;
    2. will be provided with an IFR clearance (after radio contact) by MILATCC Schiphol.
  2. Glider site Biddinghuizen is situated 3.3 NM NE of BRAVO. At the glider site glider activities with winches may take place.
  3. Pilots are urgently requested not to execute VFR flights in the vicinity of the published instrument arrival and departure routes within the Lelystad CTRs and TMAs.
  4. 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.
  5. High visibility clothing is mandatory on the D1 and D2 apron for aircraft crew and personnel.

EHLE AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Type of chartPage
Aerodrome chartAD 2.EHLE-ADC
PDF
Aerodrome obstacle chart RWY 05/23AD 2.EHLE-AOC-05-23
PDF
Area chartAD 2.EHLE-AREA
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 05AD 2.EHLE-SID-05
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 23AD 2.EHLE-SID-23
PDF
ATC surveillance minimum altitude chartAD 2.EHLE-SMAC
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS or LOC RWY 05AD 2.EHLE-IAC-05.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart RNP RWY 05AD 2.EHLE-IAC-05.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart RNP RWY 23AD 2.EHLE-IAC-23.1
PDF
Visual approach chart/VFR procedures during UDPAD 2.EHLE-VAC.1
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