EHRD — ROTTERDAM/Rotterdam

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

EHRD AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EHRD — ROTTERDAM/Rotterdam

EHRD AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP co-ordinates and site at AD515725N 0042614E
013 DEG GEO 921 M from TWR.
2Direction and distance from (city)3 NM NNW from Rotterdam.
3Elevation/reference temperature-14 FT AMSL/20.8(AUG).
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN143 FT.
5MAG VAR/annual change1° E (2020)/9'E
6AD operator, postal address, telephone, telefax, email, AFS, website
Post:

Rotterdam The Hague Airport
P.O. Box 12025
3004 GA Rotterdam
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)10 446 3444 (GEN)
+31 (0)10 446 3450 (OPS)
+31 (0)10 446 3453 (OPS)
+31 (0)10 446 3456 (Duty Manager Operations)

Email: info@rtha.com (GEN)
operations@rtha.com (OPS)

AFS: EHRDYDYX

URL: http://www.rotterdamthehagueairport.nl

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR/VFR
8Remarks
  1. AD is slot-coordinated, for details see EHRD AD 2.20.
  2. Upon request, contact airport authority (OPS) on channel 121.950.

EHRD AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD operatorDaily 0600-2200 (0500-2100). For exemptions see remarks.
2Customs and immigrationH24
3Health and sanitationH24
4AIS briefing officeH24 self-briefing.

Tel: +31 (0)20 406 2323

URL: http://www.homebriefing.nl

5ATS reporting office (ARO)Competent ATS unit: ARO Schiphol, see EHAM AD 2.3.
6MET briefing officeH24
7ATSH24
8Fuelling
  • Jet A-1 AVBL 0500-2230 (0400-2130). Outside these hours 3 HR PN, TEL: +31 (0)10 437 7341.
  • Jet A-1 for general aviation AVBL MON-FRI 0500-2200 (0400-2100); SAT and SUN 0500-2100 (0400-2000). Outside these hours TEL: +31 (0)10 298 4949.
  • AVGAS 100LL AVBL H24.
9HandlingH24. Handling is compulsory for GA, see EHRD AD 2.20 and AD 2.23.
10SecurityH24
11De-icingH24
12Remarks
  • H24 for emergency, rescue, police, coastguard, military and ambulance flights.
  • H24 for executive flights with aircraft certificated for MAX 19 seats and MTOM of 45 000 KG.
  • H24 for diverting aircraft due to meteorological or technical reasons
    (AD may be filed as alternate).
  • Landing of positioning flights between 0500-0600 (0400-0500).
  • In case of delay, permission can be granted by airport authority for landing till 2400 (2300) and for take-off till 2300 (2200).
  • Daily 0600-2200 (0500-2100) for Chapter 2 aircraft and noisy Chapter 3 aircraft certificated for MAX 19 seats and MTOM of 34 000 KG (list available at airport authority).
  • Daily 0700-1700 (0600-1600) for other noisy Chapter 3 aircraft (list available at airport authority).

EHRD AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesFor addresses and other details of ground handling companies see EHRD AD 2.23 paragraph 3.
2Fuel/oil typesAVGAS 100LL, Jet A-1/All kinds.
3Fuelling facilities/capacityAVGAS 100LL: self service, Air BP Sterling card only/ capacity 120 litres/MIN.
Jet A-1: unlimited.
4De-icing facilitiesAVBL
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftO/R, up to B737.
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftMajor repair to light aircraft and O/R to other aircraft.
7RemarksNIL

EHRD AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsAt AD: 3 hotels (353 rooms)
In Rotterdam: unlimited.
2RestaurantsAVBL 0500-2200 (0400-2100).
3TransportationBuses and taxis.
4Medical facilitiesFirst aid treatment, hospitals in Rotterdam 3 NM.
5Bank and post officeBank AVBL; post office not AVBL.
6Tourist officeAVBL at information desk.
7RemarksNIL

EHRD AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 71)2).
2Rescue equipment1 command vehicle, 3 crash-tenders with hydraulic equipment, 1 rapid intervention vehicle with foam, dry powder, hydraulic equipment and mobile lighting, 1 Hagglunds.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftAirbags and cranes AVBL via contractors.
4Remarks
  1. CAT 8 or 9 AVBL on request (24 HR PN).
  2. During snow clearing and anti/de-icing operations CAT may be temporarily CAT 5, only in case of no active CAT 6/7 traffic.

EHRD AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipment3 snowsweep combinations with ploughs, 1 snowblower, 2 de-icing cars.
2Clearance prioritiesRWY, TWY and apron simultaneously if possible.
3Remarks
  1. Responsible authority: airport authority.
  2. Methods of snow removal: snowploughs and sweeping machines.
  3. Snow measuring: observation by own experienced staff.
  4. Measuring of estimated surface friction: friction tester or using motor craft by Duty Managar Operations.
  5. Determining the values of the estimated surface friction:
    1. When using friction tester:
      Measured coefficientEstimated surface friction
      0.40 and aboveGood
      0.39 to 0.36Medium to Good
      0.35 to 0.30Medium
      0.29 to 0.26Medium to Poor
      0.25 and belowPoor
    2. In other cases: decision of the Duty Managar Operations.
  6. Information concerning improvement of estimated surface friction: at the discretion of the Duty Managar Operations.
  7. Details concerning information for users: SNOWTAM via the international NOTAM office at Schiphol Airport. The most up-to-date information via Rotterdam TWR.
  8. Materials used for runway and taxiway de/anti-icing: KAC (potassium acetate fluids).

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

1Apron surface and strengthSurface: CONC.
Strength: PCN 66/R1)/A/W/T.
2Taxiway width, surface and strength
All TWYs EXC V4 2)TWY V4 3)
Width23 M15 M
SurfaceASPHASPH
StrengthPCN 70/R1)/D/X/TPCN 40/R1)/D/X/T
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevationLocation: apron.
Elevation: -15 FT AMSL.
4VOR checkpointsNot AVBL
5INS checkpointsNot AVBL/See AD 2.EHRD-APDC.
6Remarks
  1. Composite construction.
  2. The inner curve of TWY V1 is designed for ACFT with wingspan <36 M.
  3. Maximum wingspan 36 M.

EHRD 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 standsIlluminated guidance sign boards, stand markings, boundary lines, self parking, follow-me car and marshaller assistance AVBL.
2RWY and TWY markings and LGT
RWY:threshold, touchdown, centre line, RWY designations, edge lights, centre line lights, THR lights, RWY-end lights.
TWY:centre line, holding points; edge lights, retroreflective centre line and edge markers; TWY V1, V2, V4, V5 and V6: RWY guard lights at holding positions.
3Stop barsNo-entry bar TWY V3.
4RemarksNIL

EHRD AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

Area 2
OBST ID/
Designation
OBST TypeOBST PositionELEV/HGT in FTMarkings/
LGT Type, Colour
AMSLAGL
12345
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Remarks
6
  • All obstacles are marked and lighted day and night. For obstacles in take-off area see AD 2.EHRD-AOC-06-24.
  • A list of close-in obstacles associated with the departure procedures is available on request.
  • No obstacle data sets AVBL.

EHRD 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
H24
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 informationRotterdam TWR, Rotterdam 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.
due to environmental influences the windreport for RWY 24 is not representative for the wind conditions at TDZ;
  1. Windspeed from sector 290-010 DEG is underestimated up to 17 percent.
  2. Windspeed from sector 130-170 DEG overestimated up to 12 percent.
  1. Weather bulletin (Dutch language) and METARs via Dutch public TV 'Teletekst' page 707.

EHRD 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
06057.10°2200 x 4570/F/D/W/T
ASPH 1) 2)
515711.03N 0042550.45E
INFO not AVBL
143 FT
-14.4 FT
INFO not AVBL
24237.12°2200 x 4570/F/D/W/T
ASPH 1) 2)
515742.69N 0042709.69E
INFO not AVBL
143 FT
-14.6 FT
INFO not AVBL
Designations RWY NRSlope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZ
17891011
060%NIL60 x 3002320 x 300NA
240%NIL60 x 3002320 x 300NA
Remarks
12
  1. Regarding RWY strength, an unlimited use will be permitted for aircraft with an AUW <= 5700 KG.
  2. A 180° turn is allowed for aircraft up to and including aerodrome reference code C only.

EHRD AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (m)TODA (m)ASDA (m)LDA (m)Remarks
123456
062199225921992004Take-off from RWY extremity.
(DTHR 195 m)
200420642004NATake-off from intersection with TWY V2.
242199225921992002Take-off from RWY extremity.
(DTHR 197 m)
200220622002NATake-off from intersection with TWY V5.
150015601500NATake-off from intersection with TWY V4.
For determination of the datum line for intersection take-off, see EHRD AD 2.23 paragraph 2.

EHRD 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
06CAT I
450 m
LIH
G
-
PAPI
left/3°
(51 ft)
NIL2200 m
15 m
1)
LIH
2200 m
30 m
2)
LIH
R
-
NIL
24CAT I
780 m
LIH
G
-
PAPI
left/3°
(51 ft)
NIL2200 m
15 m
1)
LIH
2200 m
30 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.

EHRD 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 not AVBL.
Anemometer: see GEN 3.5 paragraph 3.
3TWY edge and centre line lightingAll TWYs except V4: edge lights and retroreflective centre line markers.
4Secondary power supply
Switch-over time
RWY/TWY: generator.
RWY: within 8 SEC, when RVR < 800 m within 1 SEC. TWY: within 8 SEC.
5RemarksLighted WDI at position 100 m in front of THR RWY 06 and THR RWY 24 (left side).

EHRD AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limitsROTTERDAM CTR:
51°50'51.97"N 004°18'50.32"E;
51°48'21.82"N 004°12'39.13"E;
51°53'22.62"N 004°07'21.16"E;
51°55'53.02"N 004°13'32.74"E;
along clockwise arc (radius 8 NM, centre 51°57'25.00"N 004°26'14.00"E)
to point of origin.
2Vertical limitsGND to 3000 ft AMSL.
3Airspace classificationC
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
Rotterdam Tower
English
5Transition altitudeIFR: 3000 ft AMSL; VFR: 3500 ft AMSL.
6Hours of applicabilityH24
7RemarksNIL

EHRD AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signChannel/
Frequency (MHz)
Hours of operationRemarks
12345
APPRotterdam Approach122.990MON-FRI: 0600-2130 (0500-2030)
SAT, SUN: 0900-1600 (0800-1500)
TAR.
OPR HR: Christmas Day and New Year's Day like SUN, other HOL like MON.
Doppler VDF, bearings Class B.
315.825
131.155O/RO/R or at ATC discretion.
TWRRotterdam Tower118.205H24Primary. Doppler VDF, bearings Class B.
362.875NIL
119.705Regional Guard. O/R or at ATC discretion. Doppler VDF, bearings Class B.
Rotterdam Delivery122.180H24Start-up control and clearance delivery.
ATISRotterdam Information128.565H24NIL
-As appropriate.121.500As appropriate.Emergency. Doppler VDF, bearings Class B.

EHRD 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
DVOR/DME
(1°E/2020)
RTM110.400 MHz CH41XH24515825.3N 0042851.5E0 FTDesignated operational coverage: BTN 030°-240° MAG 50 NM/FL 250; BTN 240°-030° MAG 100 NM/FL 250.
LOC 06
ILS CAT I/C/1
(1°E/2020)
ROS109.100 MHzH24515749.9N 0042727.8ENA410 M from THR RWY 24.
DME 06ROSCH28XH24515719.9N 0042601.1E0 FTDME reads zero at THR RWY 06.
Distance DME antenna/THR is 0.18 NM.
GP 06-331.400 MHzH24515719.9N 0042601.1ENANIL
LOC 24
ILS CAT I/T/1
(1°E/2020)
RSV110.900 MHzH24515702.1N 0042528.1ENA503 M from THR RWY 06.
DME 24RSVCH46XH24515740.3N 0042652.2E0 FTDME reads zero at THR RWY 24.
Distance DME antenna/THR is 0.18 NM).
GP 24-330.800 MHzH24515740.3N 0042652.2ENANIL

EHRD AD 2.20 LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1 SLOT COORDINATION

All aircraft with MTOM > 6000 KG and equipped with >= 20 seats have to obtain a slot prior to arrival. This also applies to cargo flights with MTOM > 6000 KG. Due to noise abatement new commercial flights are only allowed to be operated by aircraft that comply with category R4 or better of the ACI aircraft noise rating index.

Requests for slots must be filed at Stichting Airport Coordination Netherlands (SACN) in standard IATA format.

During office hours:
Stichting Airport Slotcoordination Netherlands (SACN)

Tel: +31 (0)20 405 9730

Fax: +31 (0)20 405 9731

Email: info@slotcoordination.nl

SITA: SPLACXH

Outside office hours and during holidays:
Duty Manager Operations Rotterdam The Hague Airport

Tel: +31 (0)10 446 3456

Email: DMO@RTHA.com

2 GROUND MOVEMENT OPERATIONS

Ground movement operations of aircraft with wingspan > 36 M are subject to the following mitigating restrictions:

  1. Follow-me service is mandatory during taxiing.
  2. Adhere strictly to the follow-me instructions.
  3. Simultaneous use of TWY N and TWY Y is not allowed for aircraft with wingspan > 36 M.
  4. The inner curve of TWY V1 does not guarantee the required outer main gear wheel clearance. ACFT with wingspan > 36 M require judgemental oversteering.
  5. TWY V between TWY V1 and TWY V3 does not meet the required minimum separation distance for aircraft with wingspan > 36 M, strictly adhere to the follow-me instructions to stay clear of obstacles.
  6. Limited parking space available for aircraft with wingspan > 36 M.
  7. Aircraft with wingspan > 36 M cannot be parked using the aircraft stand lead-in lines.

Caution advised during taxiing on aprons, including TWY N and TWY Y (MAX speed 15 KT).

High visibility clothing is mandatory on the apron for aircraft crew and personnel.

3 GROUND HANDLING GENERAL AVIATION

For security reasons Rotterdam The Hague Airport is PPR for all general aviation that does not have its homebase at the aerodrome. Permission for visiting aircraft is only granted in case of confirmed handling from GA ground handling companies (for contact information see EHRD AD 2.23).

4 RESTRICTIONS ON TRAINING FLIGHTS

The execution of training flights using Rotterdam The Hague Airport is restricted as follows:

  1. The execution of training flights is prohibited daily from 2200-0600 (2100-0500).
  2. Training flights prohibited for aircraft with MTOM >= 6000 KG due to environmental reasons (noise capacity).
  3. For aircraft with MTOM < 6000 KG circuit flights in the course of training flights are prohibited during the following periods:
    • MON-FRI: before 0700 and after 1700 (before 0600 and after 1600).
    • SAT before 0800 and after 1200 (SAT before 0700 and after 1100).
    • SAT for aircraft equipped with turbojet engines.
    • SUN and HOL during the entire day: H24.
  4. IFR training flights and IFR examination flights must obtain a slot time. Slot times can be obtained from the Flight Service Centre, which is located at Schiphol East. The Flight Service Centre can be reached by telephone H24:
    • +31 (0)20 406 2315
    • +31 (0)20 406 2316
    • +31 (0)20 406 2323
    Slot times must be obtained at least one day before the flight. It is also possible to obtain a slot time longer in advance. If a flight cannot take place, the slot time must always be cancelled, even if cancellation occurs on the day of the flight. To cancel a slot time, the Flight Service Centre should be contacted.
5 FORMATION TAKE-OFFS AND LANDINGS

Formation take-offs and landings are not allowed except with a pre-arranged operational agreement with ATC. Contact atmproceduresservices@lvnl.nl for such an agreement.

EHRD 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 Rotterdam TMAs VFR flights without ATC clearance are permitted. For such flights radio communications is not compulsory.
1.2 Instrument departure procedures
1.2.1 Start-up permission

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

  • aircraft identification (e.g. KL101).
  • position (e.g. D3).
  • ATIS information (e.g. information R).
  • flight rules (e.g. IFR).
  • destination (e.g. London).
  • request start-up.

If unable RNAV, inform ATC prior to start-up.

Permission for start-up will be issued either immediately or at a specified time. Since ATC planning of outbound traffic (involving en route clearance and co-ordination with adjacent ACCs) is based on the start-up 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.

Apart from the ATIS broadcast no MET information will be provided to departing aircraft except RVR (see EHRD 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 Rotterdam Delivery. An en route clearance contains:

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

Example of an en route clearance: "KLM345 cleared to London, SOMEL 2A Departure, squawk 2123, 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 RWY 06 and 24.

if not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Rotterdam Delivery.
1.2.2.3 Departure instructions (Contents 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; this additional instructions amend the relevant part of the SID only.

1.2.2.4 General instructions

Climb as rapidly as practicable to at least 2000 FT AMSL.

1.2.3 Taxi procedures

Aircraft shall request taxi clearance from Rotterdam Tower.

1.2.4 Transfer of control to Schiphol APP

Aircraft proceeding via the Schiphol TMAs will normally be transferred to Schiphol APP during crossing.

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).
1.4 SID descriptions
1.4.1 General remarks
1.4.1.1 Procedures and constraints
  • Transition altitude: 3000 FT AMSL.
  • SIDs have to be considered as minimum noise routings which shall be strictly adhered to.
  • 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.
1.4.1.2 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.

1.4.1.3 Application of RNAV

All SIDs shall be flown according to the RNAV 1 specification. For SIDs with RF legs, RNP 1 is required.
Furthermore:

  • Engage FMS lateral guidance as early as possible.
  • The RD-waypoints shall not be used in RTF procedures.
  • The navigation aid (e.g. VOR) mentioned in the column "Expected path terminator" is for selection of MAG station declination only.
1.4.1.4 Application of radius to fix (RF) turns

For some SIDs, differences in the way the coding for these SIDs is processed by the various FMS systems may result in considerable track dispersion during turns. This track dispersion can be reduced by the application of radius to fix turns, which results in concentration of the flight paths. Thus, in order to enhance noise abatement, for the RWY 06 SOMEL and TULIP SIDs an alternative coding comprising a radius to fix turn is introduced.

To distinguish between the standard coding and the coding comprising the RF turn the letter "Y" has been added after the SID identification. Consequently, two coding tables are listed for the SOMEL 2A and TULIP 4A SIDs:

  1. [SOME2A] or [TULI4A] is the standard designator where only fly-over and fly-by turns are applied;
  2. [SOM2AY] or [TUL4AY] is the designator with the addition "Y" where the RF turn coding is applied.

In the ATC clearance, only the standard (unchanged) designator will be used without changes in the ATC clearance phraseology. This clearance allows for selection of either coding version as the resulting flight paths are considered identical by ATC.

Note that for RWY 24 also alternative SIDs with a "Y" addition to the designator are available, though exclusively for WTC L and M aircraft. In analogy to the relevant SIDs RWY 06, these SIDs RWY 24 are alternative coding variants to enhance noise abatement. However, for RWY 24 the SID coding does not comprise the RF path terminator.

For the use of the RF coding version 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 be capable of processing the RF path terminator.
  • The aircraft FMS must use GNSS as the primary navigation sensor.
  • The operator must be approved for RNP 1 operations by their state of registry.
1.4.2 Specific remarks
  1. RWY 06 SOMEL or TULIP SID: in addition to the standard coding [SOME2A] or [TULI4A], an alternative coding [SOM2AY] and [TUL4AY] comprising radius to fix (RF) turns is available. See paragraph 1.4.1.4 for requirements to use the RF coding version. Due to noise abatement aircraft with the appropriate equipment and approval are encouraged to fly the RF procedure.
  2. RWY 24: for relevant SIDs, e.g. COSTA 2B SID, in addition to the standard coding [COA2B] an alternative coding [COA2BY] is available for exclusive use by WTC L and M aircraft. As resulting flight paths of standard and alternative coding are considered identical by ATC, only the standard (unchanged) designator will be used in the ATC clearance (see also paragraph 1.4.1.4). Due to noise abatement considerations, pilots of WTC L and M aircraft are encouraged to select the alternative coding version.
  3. RNAV 1 required.
  4. Close-in obstacles up to 110 FT shortly after RWY end (see EHRD AD 2.10).
1.4.3 Continuous routings for SIDs with crossing conditions on ATS routes as applicable
aircraft may only continue to climb above 3000 FT AMSL after an ATC clearance has been received.
REF EHRD AD 2.22 paragraph 1.2.2 "En route clearance": if not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Rotterdam Delivery before take-off.
ANDIK Departures
N873If the requested flight level is above FL 255, cross ANDIK above FL 070.
M105/N125If the requested flight level is above FL 245, cross ANDIK above FL 070.
ARNEM Departures
L620If the requested flight level is above FL 245, cross OLDOD at or above FL 250.
INKET Departures
Q21IFR flights to EHLE with requested flight level below FL 055 shall file ATS route Q21 when available at 2000 FT AMSL.
LUNIX Departures
Z739If the requested flight level is above FL 245, cross AMOSU at or above FL 250.
NEPTU Departures
T604IFR flights to EHLE with requested flight level above FL 055 shall file ATS route T604 to BADEX.
1.4.4 SIDs RWY 06

See charts AD 2.EHRD-SID-06.1 and AD 2.EHRD-SID-06.2.

ANDIK 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ANDI2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD153 on course 063° MAGRD153 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To RD151RD151TFN
To RD150RD150TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
To ANDIKANDIKTFN
ARNEM 3ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ARNE3A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD153 on course 063° MAGRD153 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To RD151RD151TFN
To RD150RD150TFN
To IVLUTIVLUTTFN
To NYKERNYKERTFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
COSTA 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[COA2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD157 on course 063° MAGRD157 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To RD161RD161TFN
To RD154RD154TFN
To COA at or below FL 050COA [F050-]TFN
INKET 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD157 on course 063° MAGRD157 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To INKETINKETTFN
LUNIX 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[LUNI2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD153 on course 063° MAGRD153 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To RD151RD151TFN
To RD150RD150TFN
To IVLUTIVLUTTFN
To LUNIXLUNIXTFN
NEPTU 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NEPT2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD157 on course 063° MAGRD157 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To INKETINKETTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
SOMEL 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 8.0% to 500 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SOME2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD181=> RD181DFY
To RD186 on course 215° MAG, MAX 220 KIASRD186 [M215; L; K220-]CF (RTM)N
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To ABNEDABNEDTFN
[SOM2AY]RNP 1 required.
See paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 7.5% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
To RD182 on course 056° MAGRD182 [M057]CF (RTM)N
Turn right with 4.780 NM radius to RD183, arc centre RD187RD183 [R, 4.780, arc centre RD187]RFN
Turn left with 1.600 NM radius to RD184, arc centre RD188, MAX 210 KIASRD184 [L, 1.600, arc centre RD188; K210-]RFN
Turn left with 1.880 NM radius to RD185, arc centre RD189, MAX 210 KIASRD185 [L, 1.880, arc centre RD189; K210-]RFN
To RD186RD186TFN
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To ABNEDABNEDTFN
Waypoints:
RD182
RD183
RD184
RD185
Co-ordinates:
515819.8N 0042842.6E
515846.8N 0043009.0E
515923.7N 0043123.5E
520135.1N 0042627.3E
RF arc centres:
RD187
RD188
RD189
Co-ordinates:
515419.1N 0043253.9E
520016.4N 0042913.7E
520025.6N 0042851.0E
TULIP 4ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 8.0% to 500 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TULI4A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD181=> RD181DFY
To RD186 on course 215° MAG, MAX 220 KIASRD186 [M215; L; K220-]CF (RTM)N
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To OBAGUOBAGUTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
[TUL4AY]RNP 1 required.
See paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 7.5% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
To RD182 on course 056° MAGRD182 [M056]CF (RTM)N
Turn right with 4.780 NM radius to RD183, arc centre RD187RD183 [R, 4.780, arc centre RD187]RFN
Turn left with 1.600 NM radius to RD184, arc centre RD188, MAX 210 KIASRD184 [L, 1.600, arc centre RD188; K210-]RFN
Turn left with 1.880 NM radius to RD185, arc centre RD189, MAX 210 KIASRD185 [L, 1.880, arc centre RD189; K210-]RFN
To RD186RD186TFN
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To OBAGUOBAGUTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
Waypoints:
RD182
RD183
RD184
RD185
Co-ordinates:
515819.8N 0042842.6E
515846.8N 0043009.0E
515923.7N 0043123.5E
520135.1N 0042627.3E
RF arc centres:
RD187
RD188
RD189
Co-ordinates:
515419.1N 0043253.9E
520016.4N 0042913.7E
520025.6N 0042851.0E
WOODY 2ASee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[WOOD2A]Climb on course 056° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M056; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
To RD157 on course 063° MAGRD157 [M063]CF (RTM)N
To RD161RD161TFN
To RD154RD154TFN
To WOODYWOODYTFN
1.4.5 SIDs RWY 24

See charts AD 2.EHRD-SID-24.1 and AD 2.EHRD-SID-24.2.

ANDIK 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 4.5% to 500 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ANDI2B]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD207, MAX 230 KIAS=> RD207 [K230-]DFN
To RD163RD163TFN
To RD150RD150TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
To ANDIKANDIKTFN
ARNEM 3BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 4.5% to 500 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ARNE3B]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A500+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD207, MAX 230 KIAS=> RD207 [K230-]DFN
To RD163RD163TFN
To RD150RD150TFN
To IVLUTIVLUTTFN
To NYKERNYKERTFN
To ARNEMARNEMTFN
COSTA 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 6.3% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[COA2B]To RD166 on course 236° MAGRD166 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 400 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A400+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD156RD156TFN
To COA at or below FL 050COA [F050-]TFN
[COA2BY]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD156RD156TFN
To COA at or below FL 050COA [F050-]TFN
INKET 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 6.3% to 400 FT AMSL
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE2B]To RD166 on course 236° MAGRD166 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 400 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A400+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD164RD164TFN
To RD165RD165TFN
To INKETINKETTFN
[INK2BY]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD164RD164TFN
To RD165RD165TFN
To INKETINKETTFN
LUNIX 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 4.5% to 500 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[LUNI2B]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 500 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A500+; R]CA [RTM]N
Direct to RD207, MAX 230 KIAS=> RD207 [K230-]DFN
To RD163RD163TFN
To RD150RD150TFN
To IVLUTIVLUTTFN
To LUNIXLUNIXTFN
NEPTU 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 6.3% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[NEPT2B]To RD166 on course 236° MAGRD166 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 400 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A400+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD164RD164TFN
To RD165RD165TFN
To INKETINKETTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
[NEP2BY]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD164RD164TFN
To RD165RD165TFN
To INKETINKETTFN
To PELUBPELUBTFN
To NEPTUNEPTUTFN
SOMEL 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 6.3% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SOME2B]To RD166 on course 236° MAGRD166 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 400 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A400+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To ABNEDABNEDTFN
[SOM2BY]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To ABNEDABNEDTFN
TULIP 3BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 6.3% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TULI3B]To RD166 on course 236° MAGRD166 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 400 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A400+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To OBAGUOBAGUTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
[TUL3BY]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To SOMELSOMELTFN
To OBAGUOBAGUTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
WOODY 2BSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2, 3, 4.
Minimum climb gradient 6.3% to 400 FT AMSL.
After departure climb to 3000 FT AMSL.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[WOOD2B]To RD166 on course 236° MAGRD166 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Climb on course 236° MAG, at or above 400 FT AMSL turn right[M236; A400+; R]CA (RTM)N
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD164RD164TFN
To HELHOHELHOTFN
To RD162RD162TFN
To WOODYWOODYTFN
[WOO2BY]To RD159 on course 236° MAGRD159 [M236]CF (RTM)Y
Direct to RD158, MAX 220 KIAS=> RD158 [K220-]DFN
To RD164RD164TFN
To HELHOHELHOTFN
To RD162RD162TFN
To WOODYWOODYTFN
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 Rotterdam Airport radar services may be provided by Schiphol APP.

in the Rotterdam TMAs VFR flights without ATC clearance are permitted. For such flights radio communication is not compulsory.
2.2 Arrival
2.2.1 Arrival clearance

At, or before, entering the Amsterdam Control Area, 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 EHRD AD 2.18) or ATC.
2.2.2 Level restrictions

The following level restrictions shall be applied by aircraft with destination Rotterdam AD. If unable to comply, inform ATC immediately.

  1. Flights via ENKOS or FLEVO should comply with the following crossing condition: cross ENKOS or FLEVO at FL 070.
  2. Flights via DENUT, HELEN or COSTA should comply with the following crossing condition: cross DOFMU at FL 060 or below, unless otherwise instructed.
  3. Flights via REDFA, LAMSO, MOLIX or TOPPA should comply with the following crossing condition: cross MASOS at FL 060 or below, unless otherwise instructed.
2.2.3 Transfer of control
  1. To Schiphol APP: inbound traffic via ENKOS or FLEVO will be transferred to Schiphol APP.
  2. To Rotterdam APP: transfer to Rotterdam APP will normally take place when entering Rotterdam TMAs.
  3. To Rotterdam TWR: transfer to Rotterdam TWR will normally take place after intercepting final approach.
2.2.4 STAR descriptions

See charts AD 2.EHRD-STAR.

COSTA 2RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[COA2R]COSTA, at or below FL 050COSTA [F050-]IFN
To DOFMUDOFMUTFN
DENUT 2RRNAV 1 required.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[DENU2R]DENUTDENUTIFN
To RIMBURIMBUTFN
To DOFMU, at or below FL 060DOFMU [F060-]TFN
EELDE 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[EEL3R]EELEELIFN
To ENKOS, at FL 070ENKOS [F070]TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
To KAKKOKAKKOTFN
To DOFMU, between FL 060 and FL 050DOFMU [B F060 F050]TFN
ENKOS 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ENKO3R]ENKOS, at FL 070ENKOS [F070]IFN
To PAMPAMTFN
To KAKKOKAKKOTFN
To DOFMU, between FL 060 and FL 050DOFMU [B F060 F050]TFN
HELEN 4RRNAV 1 required.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[HELE4R]HELENHELENIFN
To RIMBURIMBUTFN
To DOFMU, at or below FL 060DOFMU [F060-]TFN
INKET 2RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE2R]INKETINKETIFN
To KAKKOKAKKOTFN
To DOFMU, between FL 060 and FL 050DOFMU [B F060 F050]TFN
LAMSO 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[LAMS3R]LAMSOLAMSOIFN
To MASOS, at or below FL 060MASOS [F060-]TFN
MOLIX 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[MOLI3R]MOLIXMOLIXIFN
To MASOS, at or below FL 060MASOS [F060-]TFN
REDFA 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[REDF3R]REDFAREDFAIFN
To MASOS, at or below FL 060MASOS [F060-]TFN
REKKEN 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[RKN3R]REKKENREKKENIFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To FLEVO, at FL 070FLEVO [F070]TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
To KAKKOKAKKOTFN
To DOFMU, between FL 060 and FL 050DOFMU [B F060 F050]TFN
SONEB 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[SONE3R]SONEBSONEBIFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To FLEVO, at FL 070FLEVO [F070]TFN
To PAMPAMTFN
To KAKKOKAKKOTFN
To DOFMU, between FL 060 and FL 050DOFMU [B F060 F050]TFN
TOPPA 3RRNAV 1 required
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TOPP3R]TOPPATOPPAIFN
To MASOS, at or below FL 060MASOS [F060-]TFN
2.2.5 Holdings

Standard holdings are located at the IAFs DOFMU and MASOS. The KAKKO holding may be used at ATC discretion only. The RTM holding is intended only for the VOR approach.

Holding and entry procedures and the calculations of the associated protected areas are in accordance with ICAO Doc 8168 (PANS-OPS) Volume II, part 4. Since separation is based on the calculated areas, compliance with these in-flight procedures is essential.

2.3 Initial approach
2.3.1 General

Navigation in the initial approach phase is primarily based on vectors provided by ATC. Initial approach procedures are available for occasional use and in case of COM failure.

The published initial and intermediate approaches are RNAV 1 tracks from IAFs MASOS and DOFMU. These are applicable for the following approach types:

  • ILS or LOC approach:
    1. Initial and intermediate approach: RNAV 1 tracks from IAF to FAP/FAF;
    2. Final approach: ILS or LOC final approach;
    3. Missed approach: RNAV 1 missed approach.
  • RNP approach:
    1. Initial and intermediate approach: RNAV 1 tracks from IAF to FAP/FAF;
    2. Final approach: LNAV, LNAV/VNAV or LPV CAT 1 approach;
    3. Missed approach: RNP APCH missed approach.

The interception of the ILS-LOC or the RNP approach takes place on the intermediate segment.

For traffic not capable of flying RNAV 1 procedures, a conventional VOR approach is available from VOR/DME RTM. This approach may also be used for training flights, after permission of ATC.

The approach procedures in the Rotterdam TMA are developed with the safeguard of a radar display being available to ATC, showing the position of the aircraft.

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. Information included in the ATIS broadcast may be omitted.
2.3.3 ILS Y approach procedure

For the ILS approach RWY 24, two variants are available: ILS Z and ILS Y. On initiative of ATC, the ILS Y RWY 24 approach can be assigned to aircraft inbound Rotterdam Airport. This approach procedure has been introduced in order to reduce noise nuisance, fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and to provide flexible and efficient ATC dispatch.

Pilots must pay special attention to the large ILS interception angle of 88 degrees and the reduced length of the intermediate segment of 2.2 NM. The length of the intermediate segment is shorter than the ICAO minimum in case of an ILS interception angle of more than 60 degrees (3.0 NM).

2.3.4 Clearances and constraints

Pilots may be instructed to execute one of the following approach procedures:

  • RWY 06:
    • ILS or LOC approach RWY 06, which starts at IAF DOFMU or IAF MASOS;
    • RNP approach RWY 06, which starts at IAF DOFMU or IAF MASOS;
    • VOR approach RWY 06, which starts at IAF RTM.
  • RWY 24:
    • ILS Z or LOC Z approach RWY 24, which starts at IAF DOFMU or IAF MASOS;
    • ILS Y or LOC Y approach RWY 24, which starts at IAF DOFMU only;
    • RNP approach RWY 24, which starts at IAF DOFMU or IAF MASOS;
    • VOR approach RWY 24, which starts at IAF RTM.

ATC may provide instructions to pick up an approach procedure at a point beyond the IAF. The clearance for the approach procedure includes initial, intermediate, and final approach. Once the crew reports to be established on the final approach segment, the transfer to Rotterdam TWR will take place. Landing clearance will be issued by the TWR controller.

Further details are published on the relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x.

2.3.5 Aircraft and operator requirements

For the use of the RNAV instrument approach procedures between IAF and FAF/FAP, 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 in case of RNP approaches.
  • The operator must be approved for RNAV 1 operations by their state of registry.
2.3.6 Non-RNAV 1 equipped aircraft

Pilots of aircraft that are not able to fly RNAV 1 procedures, i.e. not meeting the requirements in paragraph 2.3.5, shall inform ATC by use of the phrase "UNABLE RNAV" if instructed to fly the RNAV based initial approach procedure preceding the IF. Aircraft will then be guided towards the final approach of the ILS/LOC or VOR approach or directed to RTM in order to fly the published VOR procedure.

2.4 Intermediate and final approach

Advised speed in the intermediate approach is 180 KIAS up to 6 NM and in the final approach 160 KIAS up to 4 NM from threshold.

2.4.1 Final approach procedures
an aircraft vectored to intercept final approach shall report to ATC when established on the final approach track (ICAO Doc 4444-ATM/501 (PANS-ATM) chapter 8.9.4.1).
2.4.1.1 Final approach procedure

The following (final) approaches are published for Rotterdam Airport:

  • RWY 06:
    • ILS or LOC approach RWY 06;
    • RNP approach RWY 06 with LNAV, LNAV-VNAV and LPV CAT 1 minima;
    • VOR approach RWY 06.
  • RWY 24:
    • ILS Z or LOC Z approach RWY 24;
    • ILS Y or LOC Y approach RWY 24;
    • RNP approach RWY 24 with LNAV, LNAV-VNAV and LPV CAT 1 minima;
    • VOR approach RWY 24.

For the RNP APCH 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 holds an RNP APCH operations approval issued by their State of registry. The approval should be compliant with EASA CS-ACNS or equivalent.

When the aircraft is unable to fly the RNP APCH and no other instrument approach is available on the assigned runway direction, the pilot shall inform ATC by use of the phrase "UNABLE RNP APPROACH" and expect an alternative approach. An alternative approach may be an ILS approach to the opposite runway followed by a circling or a visual approach, or diversion to an airport with a suitable approach.

When radar control is exercised the aircraft will be directed to a position, from which a final instrument approach or a visual approach can be made.

2.4.1.2 Visual approach

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.

2.4.1.3 Circling approach

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

2.4.2 Missed approach procedure
2.4.2.1 Missed approach procedure during instrument approach

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

2.4.2.2 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:
    • execute the missed approach procedure as depicted on the relevant approach chart AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x and inform ATC.
2.4.2.3 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).
  • Execute the missed approach procedure as depicted on the relevant approach chart of the intended landing runway (AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x).

the indicated situation is applicable for an initial instrument approach to RWY 06. Circling approaches southeast of RWY 06/24 and extended centre line are prohibited.
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 Arrival clearance not received
  • Proceed according to the current flight plan route and STAR, to the appropriate holding fix: MASOS or DOFMU, if capable of RNAV 1. Non-RNAV 1 traffic proceed to RTM.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • Flights via INKET or PAM with last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude below FL 050 shall avoid the segment KAKKO – DOFMU and proceed direct to DOFMU.
  • After arrival over the holding fix intercept the holding pattern.
  • For MASOS commence descent to FL 050 at or as near as possible to the ETO over the holding fix.
  • For DOFMU, KAKKO or RTM commence descent to 3000 FT AMSL at or as near as possible to the ETO over the holding fix.
  • After reaching FL 050 or 3000 FT AMSL leave the holding fix and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the runway in use (see 2.5.4). Flights via RTM can only use the VOR approach.
2.5.3 Arrival clearance received on or outside standard arrival route and prior to the IAF
  • Proceed direct to the appropriate holding fix:
    1. MASOS or DOFMU, if capable RNAV 1;
    2. RTM, only if not capable RNAV 1 or if previously instructed by ATC;
    3. KAKKO, only if previously instructed by ATC.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • After arrival over the holding fix intercept the holding pattern.
  • For MASOS commence descent to FL 050 at or as near as possible to the ETO over the holding fix.
  • For DOFMU, KAKKO or RTM commence descent to 3000 FT AMSL at or as near as possible to the ETO over the holding fix.
  • After reaching FL 050 or 3000 FT AMSL leave the holding fix and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the received and acknowledged runway (see 2.5.4). Flights via RTM can only use the VOR approach.
2.5.4 Instrument approach procedure
  • After leaving the IAF carry out an instrument approach procedure to the received and acknowledged runway or the runway-in-use as is included in the ATIS broadcast (see AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x).
  • Do not use the ILS Y approach RWY 24 unless instructed by ATC.
  • Do not use the VOR approach unless instructed by ATC or when unable RNAV 1.
  • In case the COM failure occurs after a direct was received to a WPT beyond the IAF, pick up the expected approach procedure from there.
  • For approach RWY 24 pass KAKKO at 3000 FT AMSL.
2.5.5 Missed approach procedure in case of communication failure
2.5.5.1 Missed approach procedure during instrument approach

The missed approach in case of communication failure is equal to the standard missed approach procedure as described on the relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x.

2.5.5.2 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 a circuit for that runway or
  2. When unable to remain visual:
    • climb to 2000 FT AMSL,
    • execute the missed approach procedure as depicted on the relevant approach chart AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x.
2.5.5.3 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).
  • Execute the missed approach procedure as depicted on the relevant approach chart of the intended landing runway (AD 2.EHRD-IAC-xx.x).

the indicated situation is applicable for an initial instrument approach to RWY 06. Circling approaches southeast of RWY 06/24 and extended centre line are prohibited.
2.6 Instrument approach descriptions
2.6.1 General remarks

Between the IAF and interception of final approach navigation is primarily based on vectors provided by ATC.

2.6.2 ILS Y RWY 24 approach

See EHRD AD 2.22 paragraph 2.3.3.

2.6.3 Instrument approach segments
recommended navaid for selection of MAG station declination only.
for positions of RD-waypoints see relevant instrument approach charts.
2.6.3.1 RWY 06
2.6.3.1.1 ILS approach RWY 06
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (FT / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (FT)NAV specification
001IFMASOS---------
002TFRD254-071 / (072.0)-12.0----RNAV 1
003TFHELHO-088 / (088.7)-11.4-+ 2000--RNAV 1
004IFDOFMU------- 220-RNAV 1
005TFRD201-334 / (335.2)-4.0----RNAV 1
006TFHELHO-005 / (006.6)-3.8-+ 2000--RNAV 1
007IFHELHO-----+ 2000---
008CFRD250-056 / (057.0)ROS3.6-+ 2000---
009CFTHR06Y056 / (057.1)ROS6.2----3.00 / 50-
010TFRD212-056 / (057.1)-9.0-@ 2000--RNAV 1
011TFRD213-146 / (147.3)-5.3--- 210-RNAV 1
012TFKAKKO-236 / (237.3)-6.9----RNAV 1
013TFDOFMU-230 / (231.1)-14.9-@ 2000--RNAV 1
2.6.3.1.2 RNP approach RWY 06
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (FT / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (FT)NAV specification
001IFMASOS---------
002TFRD254-071 / (072.0)-12.0----RNAV 1
003TFHELHO-088 / (088.7)-11.4-+ 2000--RNAV 1
004IFDOFMU------- 220-RNAV 1
005TFRD201-334 / (335.2)-4.0----RNAV 1
006TFHELHO-005 / (006.6)-3.8-+ 2000--RNAV 1
007IFHELHO-----+ 2000---
008TFRD250-056 / (057.0)-3.6-+ 2000--RNP APCH
009TFTHR06Y056 / (057.1)-6.2----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
010TFRD212-056 / (057.1)-9.0-@ 2000--RNP APCH
011TFRD213-146 / (147.3)-5.3--- 210-RNP APCH
012TFKAKKO-236 / (237.3)-6.9----RNP APCH
013TFDOFMU-230 / (231.1)-14.9----RNP APCH
2.6.3.1.3 FAS data block - RWY 06

Additional Data
ParametersValues
ICAO CodeEH
LTP/FTP Orthometric Height (metres)-4.4
2.6.3.2 RWY 24
2.6.3.2.1 ILS Y approach RWY 24
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (FT / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (FT)NAV specification
001IFDOFMU--------RNAV 1
002TFKAKKO-050 / (050.8)-14.9-@ 3000--RNAV 1
003TFROVOX-050 / (051.1)-5.9-B 3000
2500
- 190-RNAV 1
004TFRD241-324 / (325.3)-4.7-+ 1500--RNAV 1
005CFRD242-236 / (237.1)RSV2.2-+ 1500--RNAV 1
006CFTHR 24-236 / (237.2)RSV4.6----3.00 / 50-
007TFRD214-236 / (237.1)-13.7-@ 2000--RNAV 1
008TFDOFMU-146 / (146.9)-6.9-@ 2000--RNAV 1
2.6.3.2.2 ILS Z approach RWY 24
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (FT / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (FT)NAV specification
001IFMASOS---------
002TFKAKKO-080 / (080.2)-36.1-B 3000
2000
--RNAV 1
003TFREWIK-050 / (051.1)-10.2-@ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
004TFRD203-354 / (355.7)-2.7----RNAV 1
005TFATWIT-264 / (265.7)-3.8----RNAV 1
006IFDOFMU--------RNAV 1
007TFKAKKO-050 / (050.8)-14.9-B 3000
2000
--RNAV 1
008TFREWIK-050 / (050.8)-10.2-@ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
009TFRD203-354 / (355.7)-2.7----RNAV 1
010TFATWIT-264 / (265.7)-3.8----RNAV 1
011IFATWIT---------
012CFRD252-236 / (237.3)RSV3.0-+ 2000---
013CFRD255-236 / (237.3)RSV2.2-+ 1310- 160--
014CFTHR 24-236 / (237.2)RSV4.0----3.00 / 50-
015TFRD214-236 / (237.1)-13.7-@ 2000--RNP APCH
016TFDOFMU-146 / (146.9)-6.9-@ 2000--RNP APCH
2.6.3.2.3 RNP approach RWY 24
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly-overCourse/Track
°MAG / (°T)
Recom. navaidDist. (NM)TurnAltitude (FT / FL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (FT)NAV specification
001IFMASOS---------
002TFKAKKO-080 / (080.2)-36.1-B 3000
2000
--RNAV 1
003TFREWIK-050 / (051.1)-10.2-@ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
004TFRD203-354 / (355.7)-2.7----RNAV 1
005TFATWIT-264 / (265.7)-3.8----RNAV 1
006IFDOFMU--------RNAV 1
007TFKAKKO-050 / (050.8)-14.9-B 3000
2000
--RNAV 1
008TFREWIK-050 / (050.8)-10.2-@ 2000- 190-RNAV 1
009TFRD203-354 / (355.7)-2.7----RNAV 1
010TFATWIT-264 / (265.7)-3.8----RNAV 1
011IFATWIT---------
012TFRD252-236 / (237.3)-3.0-+ 2000--RNP APCH
013TFTHR24Y236 / (237.2)-6.2----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
014TFRD214-236 / (237.1)-13.7-@ 2000--RNP APCH
015TFDOFMU-146 / (146.9)-6.9-@ 2000--RNP APCH
2.6.3.2.4 FAS data block - RWY 24

Additional Data
ParametersValues
ICAO CodeEH
LTP/FTP Orthometric Height (metres)-4.5
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, Rotterdam 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
RWY 06/24 will only be used in one direction. 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 06/24 will only be used in one direction. 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.EHRD-VAC.1, AD 2.EHRD-VAC.2 and AD 2.EHRD-VAC.3.
4.1 General
  1. All VFR flights within the Rotterdam CTR shall submit a flight plan (see ENR 1.10).
  2. Prior permission is required from Rotterdam TWR for all VFR operations in the CTR.
  3. The use of RWY 06/24 is restricted to aircraft maintaining two-way radio contact with TWR.
  4. Pilots shall adhere to the approach or departure route as indicated on the charts, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
  5. Pilots shall strictly adhere to the circuits as indicated on the charts, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
  6. Noise abatement has been included in the procedures.
  7. Built-up areas shall be avoided as much as possible.
  8. Marked areas shall be avoided.
  9. Standard circuit altitude is 1000 FT AMSL for inbound VFR traffic. Standard altitude for VFR training circuit is 500 FT AMSL.
  10. IFR areas: VFR flights within the CTR may be instructed by ATC to stay clear of the specified IFR areas. These areas are indicated on the chart.
4.2 Visual departure procedures

Pilots must have obtained start-up clearance from ATC before starting engines. A request for start-up shall be made to Rotterdam 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).
  • position (e.g. opposite tower).
  • ATIS information (e.g. information J).
  • flight rules (e.g. VFR).
  • destination (e.g. Hilversum).
  • request start-up.
  1. MIKE Departure: after take-off follow the VFR route via OSCAR (or ABM OSCAR) to MIKE while climbing to 1000 FT AMSL and keep 500 M to the right-hand side of the railway.
  2. ROMEO Departure: after take-off follow the VFR route via OSCAR (or ABM OSCAR) and FOXTROT to ROMEO while climbing to 1500 FT AMSL and keep 500 M to the right-hand side of the highway.
  3. HOTEL Departure (ATC discretion only): after take-off follow the VFR route via TANGO, SIERRA to WHISKEY in the direction HOTEL while climbing to 1000 FT AMSL. (This VFR route coincides with RTM VOR radial 271).
  4. For other directions. Departure instructions will be given.
4.3 Visual approach procedures
  1. Contact Rotterdam TWR 2 minutes before reaching the CTR boundary for permission to enter the CTR.
  2. MIKE Arrival: enter the CTR via MIKE at 1000 FT AMSL; follow the VFR route via OSCAR (or ABM OSCAR) to PAPA and keep 500 M to the right-hand side of the railway.
  3. ROMEO Arrival: enter the CTR via ROMEO at 1500 FT AMSL; follow the VFR route via OSCAR (or ABM OSCAR) to PAPA and keep 500 M to the right-hand side of the highway.
  4. HOTEL Arrival (ATC discretion only): enter the CTR via WHISKEY at 1500 FT AMSL; follow the VFR route via SIERRA to TANGO. (This VFR route coincides with RTM VOR radial 271).
  5. Pilots may be instructed to hold over ROMEO, FOXTROT, ABM MIKE, ABM OSCAR, WHISKEY, SIERRA or TANGO.
  6. When instructed to approach via ABM PAPA the following applies for RWY 06/24:
    1. Join the circuit as instructed by ATC.
    2. Maintain 1000 FT AMSL (MIKE Arrival) or 1500 FT AMSL (ROMEO Arrival).
    3. After passing ABM PAPA cross the runway in the middle and join the downwind leg as instructed by ATC.
  7. In case of an overshoot enter the relevant traffic circuit and inform ATC.
4.4 VFR traffic circuits
4.4.1 General

RWY 06: a lefthand circuit at 1000 FT AMSL.
RWY 24: a righthand circuit at 1000 FT AMSL, maintain 1000 FT AMSL until turning base leg.

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

To avoid noise in the villages north of RWY 24, a VFR training circuit has been established at 500 FT AMSL within a designated area. For these flights the threshold RWY 24 has been displaced 800 metres beyond the normal threshold RWY 24 indicated by red/white markers on the right side of the runway.

4.4.2.1 RWY 06
  1. Always stay inside the designated circuit area.
  2. Lefthand circuit, altitude 500 FT AMSL.
  3. After passing the red/white markers along the runway turn to crosswind leg.
  4. Downwind leg is marked by the orange coloured VHF COM station and the orange coloured container.
  5. Turn base leg after passing the Delftsche Schie.
  6. Touchdown at threshold RWY 06.
4.4.2.2 RWY 24
  1. Always stay inside the designated circuit area.
  2. Righthand circuit, altitude 500 FT AMSL.
  3. Turn crosswind leg after passing the Delftsche Schie.
  4. Downwind leg is marked by the orange coloured VHF COM station and the orange coloured container.
  5. Turn base leg abeam the normal threshold RWY 24.
  6. Touchdown at displaced threshold.
for traffic reasons pilots may be instructed to hold in area ALPHA or BRAVO within the designated circuit area. Both areas are separated by the area between highway A13 and the Delftsche Schie.
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 ROMEO and MIKE Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit leave the CTR according to the ROMEO or MIKE 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 reporting point PAPA) 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 flight path could interfere with the flight path of other aerodrome traffic).
4.5.3.2 Via HOTEL Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit leave the CTR according to the HOTEL 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 TANGO) act in accordance with paragraph 4.5.3.1 item b.
4.5.3.3 Via a different route to the field
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit act in accordance with paragraph 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 or IFR areas and proceed to an appropriate aerodrome.

EHRD AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 CAUTIONS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  1. Pilots are urgently advised to maintain two-way radio communication within the Rotterdam TMAs. When operating in Rotterdam TMA 1 and 2 or in the vicinity of Schiphol TMA 1 and below Rotterdam TMA 1 and 2, the use of a frequency monitoring code as outlined in ENR 1.2 paragraphs 7.3.1 and 7.4 is strongly recommended.
  2. For details of the low flying areas and routes see ENR 5.2.
  3. VFR flights shall not be operated in the Schiphol TMAs, unless authorised by the appropriate ATS authority (see ENR 1.2 paragraph 3.2).
  4. Pilots are urgently requested not to execute VFR flights in the vicinity of the published instrument arrival and departure routes within the Rotterdam TMA, see EHRD AD 2.24.
  5. Caution during approach to RWY 06 with south-eastern (light, moderate or strong) wind, pilots should be aware and must be prepared for the possibility of building-induced turbulence, wind shear and wind gradient effects over the THR and TDZ of RWY 06. During these circumstances, while landing at RWY 06, pilots should be aware of suddenly increased turbulence.
  6. 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.
  7. Bird-scare activities 24 hours a day available/active with the use of various equipment/means including flare shellcrackers, bird dispersal guns and amplified cries of distress.
  8. When lightning discharges are observed in the vicinity of the airport, the Duty Manager Operations (DMO) will announce that all ground handling and re-fuelling operations are prohibited until further notice. When it is safe to do so, the DMO will declare that ground handling and re-fuelling operations can be resumed. Handling stop will be indicated by special light/sound signals or by ATC.
2 DETERMINATION OF DATUM LINE FOR INTERSECTION TAKE-OFF

The datum line from which the reduced runway declared distances for take-off should be determined is defined by the intersection of the downwind edge of the specific taxiway with the runway edge as shown in the diagram below. The loss of runway length due to alignment of the aircraft prior to take-off should be taken into account by the operators for the calculation of the aircraft's take-off mass (ICAO Annex 6, Part 1, paragraph 5.2.8).
If an intersection take-off will take place from a taxiway with an intersection angle of 55°, and the taxiway centre line is followed until the runway centre line, there is a loss of line-up distance of APRX 100 M.


TWY V2TWY V4TWY V5
3 GROUND HANDLING COMPANIES
  1. Ambulance/medical flights
    Post:

    International Medical Care B.V. (IMC)
    P.O. Box 4133
    2980 GC Ridderkerk

    Tel: +31 (0)10 462 3906

    Fax: +31 (0)10 437 3226

    Email: info@intmedicalcare.nl

  2. Cargo and ground handling
    Post:

    Aviapartner B.V.
    P.O. Box 12036
    3004 GA Rotterdam

    Tel: +31 (0)10 238 2704

    Fax: +31 (0)10 238 2707

    Email: rtm.handling.ops@aviapartner.aero

    SITA: RTMAOXH

    Aviapartner Rotterdam 131.755
  3. Ground handling (general aviation)
    Post:

    Jet Aviation Netherlands
    Fornebubaan 19
    3045 AV Rotterdam

    Tel: +31 (0)10 298 4949

    Fax: +31 (0)10 298 4948

    Email: RTMfbo@jetaviation.com

    URL: http://www.jetaviation.com

    Jet Aviation Rotterdam 131.980
  4. Ground handling (recreational general aviation only)
    Post:

    Vliegclub Rotterdam (Flying Club Rotterdam)
    Zaventembaan 1
    3045 AR Rotterdam

    Tel: +31 (0)10 415 3353

    Fax: +31 (0)10 415 8063

    Email: OPS@vliegclubrotterdam.nl

    URL: http://www.vliegclubrotterdam.nl

    Request handling via website 24 HR before ETA.

EHRD AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Type of chartPage
Aerodrome chartAD 2.EHRD-ADC
PDF
Aircraft parking / docking chartAD 2.EHRD-APDC
PDF
Aerodrome ground movement chart taxi routes RWY 06AD 2.EHRD-GMC.1
PDF
Aerodrome ground movement chart taxi routes RWY 24AD 2.EHRD-GMC.2
PDF
Aerodrome obstacle chart RWY 06/24AD 2.EHRD-AOC-06-24
PDF
Standard instrument departure chartAD 2.EHRD-SID-OVERVIEW
PDF
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 06 eastAD 2.EHRD-SID-06.1
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 06 westAD 2.EHRD-SID-06.2
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 24 eastAD 2.EHRD-SID-24.1
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 24 westAD 2.EHRD-SID-24.2
PDF
Standard arrival chartAD 2.EHRD-STAR
PDF
ATC surveillance minimum altitude chartAD 2.EHRD-SMAC
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS or LOC RWY 06AD 2.EHRD-IAC-06.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart VOR RWY 06AD 2.EHRD-IAC-06.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart RNP RWY 06AD 2.EHRD-IAC-06.3
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS Z or LOC Z RWY 24AD 2.EHRD-IAC-24.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS Y or LOC Y RWY 24AD 2.EHRD-IAC-24.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart VOR RWY 24AD 2.EHRD-IAC-24.3
PDF
Instrument approach chart RNP RWY 24AD 2.EHRD-IAC-24.4
PDF
Visual approach chart / VFR proceduresAD 2.EHRD-VAC.1
PDF
Visual approach chart VFR traffic circuits radio equipped light aircraftAD 2.EHRD-VAC.2
PDF
Visual approach chart VFR training circuitsAD 2.EHRD-VAC.3
PDF