AD 2 AERODROMES

OMAA — ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL

Note: The following sections in this chapter are intentionally left blank:AD 2.21.

OMAA AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

OMAA — ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL

OMAA AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP coordinates and site at Aerodrome
242559N 0543904E Mid point of RWY 13R / 31L, on CL
2Direction and distance from (city)16.5 NM E of Abu Dhabi
3Elevation/Reference temperature83 FT / 38° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN-109 FT
5MAG VAR/Annual change2° E(2017) / 0.05° E
6Administrative authority, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS
Post:Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC)
P.O. BOX 94449
ABU DHABI
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tel:+971 2 575 7500
Fax:+971 2 575 5255
AFS:OMAAYAYX
7Types of traffic permitted to use aerodromeIFR / VFR
8RemarksOMAA is currently an IATA Level 2 Slot Coordinated Airport.
Contact scheduling@adac.ae for starting or modifying scheduled service at the airport.
Abu Dhabi Airport is NOT available as an alternative except for emergency. Al Ain (OMAL) and Al Bateen (OMAD) may be considered as alternatives.

OMAA AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1Aerodrome AdministrationH24
2Customs and ImmigrationH24
3Health and SanitationH24
4AIS Briefing OfficeH24
5ATS Reporting OfficeH24
6MET Briefing OfficeH24
7Air Traffic ServicesH24
8FuellingH24
9HandlingH24
10SecurityH24
11De-icingNIL
12RemarksNIL

OMAA AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo handling facilitiesFull facilities for upto and including B 747 - F and AN 124 aircraft.
2Fuel/oil typesFuel: AVGAS 100 LL, AVTUR Jet A1
Oil: ETO 2380
3Fuelling facilities and capacityJET A: Hydrant and bowser, Limited AVGAS available: PN 24 HR.
4De-icing facilitiesNil requirements
5Hangar space available for visiting aircrafta) TEL: +971 2 575 1278
b) TEL: +971 2 575 5202
6Repair facilities for visiting aircrafta) Aircraft up to B 747: Line maintenance, ramp technical handling available on request for all types of aircraft. Comprehensive airframe maintenance and overhaul available.
b) Aircraft up to 50,000 LBS AUW: Maintenance available on request for turboprop, gas turbine or piston engine aircraft.

TEL: +971 2 575 7555

7RemarksNIL

OMAA AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsTransit Hotel within terminal building. Hotels in Abu Dhabi city.
2Restaurant accommodationAirport restaurant - H24
3Transportation availableTaxis, buses and rental cars
4Medical facilitiesFirst aid emergency medical centre in airport
Hospitals at Mafraq and Abu Dhabi city
5Bank and Post OfficesAvailable at airport
Available at airport
6Tourist OfficeAvailable at airport
7RemarksNIL

OMAA AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1Aerodrome category for fire fightingCAT10
2Rescue equipmentMajor Foam Tenders
Fire Command Vehicles
Lighting Unit
Mobile Command Post Vehicle
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftStandard maintenance equipment (e.g. forklifts, jacks) available at Etihad Engineering, which may be utilized for removal/recovery of small aircraft.
Agreement made with crane companies for heavy lifting equipment.
For removal/recovery operations of large aircraft (e.g. A310 up to A380), Etihad Airways’ Aircraft Recovery Kit will be deployed. In case Etihad Airways’ recovery kit is unavailable, an agreement is made with Emirates Airlines for the deployment of their Aircraft Recovery Kit.
4RemarksNIL

OMAA AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipmentNIL
2Clearance prioritiesNIL
3RemarksThe airport is available all seasons. There is no requirement for clearing.

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

1Apron surface and strength

APRON 1: concrete and asphalt, PCN 80/R/B/W/T (concrete)
PCN 80/F/B/W/T (asphalt).

APRON 2: concrete and asphalt, PCN 80/R/B/W/T (concrete); PCN 80/F/B/W/T (asphalt).

APRON 3: concrete and asphalt, PCN 80/R/B/W/T (concrete); PCN 80/F/B/W/T (asphalt).

APRON 4: concrete PCN 51/R/B/W/T.

Apron 5: concrete , PCN 90/R/B/W/T.

Apron 7: concrete PCN 93/R/B/W/T.

Apron 8: Asphalt PCN 59/F/B/W/T.

GENERAL AVIATION APRON: concrete and asphalt, PCN 53/R/B/W/T (concrete)
PCN 15/F/B/W/T (asphalt).

PRESIDENTIAL AREA 1: concrete, NIL.

PRESIDENTIAL AREA 2: concrete, NIL.

2Taxiway width, surface and strength

A, all A links, B, all B links, G and H all Z links: 25 M, asphalt, PCN 80/F/B/W/T.

C, all C links, D and all D links: 25 M, asphalt, PCN 78/F/A/W/T.

E2 to E15 (between RWY and TWY E): 25M, Asphalt, PCN 78/F/B/W/T

E3 to E15 (between TWY E and TWY F): 22.5M Asphalt, PCN 78/F/B/W/T

E3A, E3B, E4S and E4N: 18 M, asphalt, PCN 56/F/B/W/T.

E (except above), F, F links (except below): 22.5 M, asphalt, PCN 80/F/B/W/T.

F3 and F4: 9.5 M, F5: 15 M, asphalt, PCN 15/F/B/W/T.

N: 25M Asphalt, PCN 78/F/A/W/T

Z: 23 M, Asphalt PCN 80/F/B/W/T

Note: Taxiways E3A, E3B, E4S and E4N not available for aircraft types with wingspan greater than 36 M

3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Apron 1: 70 FT
Apron 1A: 66 FT
Apron 2: 75 FT
Apron 3: 64 FT
Apron 4: 75 FT
Apron 5 West: 63 FT, East: 76 FT
Apron 7: 64 FT
Apron 8: 80 FT

Note: See OMAA Parking Docking charts

4VOR checkpoints

NIL

5INS checkpoints

NIL

6Remarks

NIL

OMAA AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1Use of aircraft stand Identifications signs, Taxiway guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft stands

See AD 2.23.2

2RWY and TWY markings

RWY: designation, side stripes, pre - THR, THR, transverse stripe, CL, TDZ, and aiming point markings.

TWY: Nosewheel guidelines; Contiguous yellow CL; double yellow edge lines; transverse yellow striping on corners and curves.

3Stop bars

LIL unidirectional red

4Remarks

NIL

OMAA AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

To acquire Area 2 and Area 3 electronic obstacle data, Contact details are available in GEN 3.1.6

In approach/TKOF areas
Obstacle ID DesignationObstacle typeObstacle PositionElevationLighting Type/ColorRemarks
APPROACH LIGHTPOLE242800.3N 0543809.3E62 FTSTD13L APP / 31R TOCS
LOCALIZERNAVAID242800.7N 0543808.7E67 FTSTD13L APP / 31R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242800.9N 0543808.4E56 FTSTD13L APP / 31R TOCS
ANTENNAANTENNA242801.1N 0543808.2E76 FTNIL13L APP / 31R TOCS
ANTENNAANTENNA242801.9N 0543808.9E73 FTNIL13L APP / 31R TOCS
MONOPOLEPOLE242815.9N 0543753.4E126 FTNIL13L APP / 31R TOCS
LOC MONITORNAVAID242800.1N 0543808.2E77 FTSTD13L APP / 31R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242626.7N 0544021.2E73 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242626.0N 0544022.0E73 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
ANTENNAANTENNA242626.0N 0544022.2E72 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242625.4N 0544022.8E73 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242624.9N 0544023.7E73 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
LOCALIZERNAVAID242624.4N 0544024.4E81 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242624.3N 0544024.1E74 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
JUNCTION BOXOTHER242624.0N 0544025.0E90 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242623.7N 0544025.4E67 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242623.1N 0544026.2E77 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242622.5N 0544027.1E79 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242621.9N 0544027.9E80 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242621.3N 0544028.8E82 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242620.7N 0544029.6E84 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242619.5N 0544031.3E87 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242618.9N 0544032.1E88 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242619.9N 0544034.2E96 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242617.7N 0544033.8E91 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242617.1N 0544034.6E92 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242616.5N 0544035.5E94 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242615.9N 0544036.3E96 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242613.1N 0544036.5E99 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242618.2N 0544041.5E107 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242613.3N 0544041.2E105 FTNIL31R APP / 13L TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242615.3N 0544037.2E98 FTSTD31R APP / 13L TOCS
LOCALIZERNAVAID242647.5N 0543755.9E86 FTSTD13R APP / 31L TOCS
BUILDINGBUILDING242646.2N 0543754.7E87 FTNIL13R APP / 31L TOCS
SIGN POSTSIGN242646.5N 0543754.8E80 FTNIL13R APP / 31L TOCS
BOLLARDPOLE242646.2N 0543754.2E83 FTNIL13R APP / 31L TOCS
ANTENNAANTENNA242647.9N 0543755.4E92 FTNIL13R APP / 31L TOCS
MONOPOLEPOLE242717.9N 0543713.7E158 FTNIL13R APP / 31L TOCS
LOCALIZERNAVAID242509.5N 0544014.0E106 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242509.2N 0544014.4E98 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
TOP OF LOC (LLZ)NAVAID242509.2N 0544014.4E113 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
SHELTERBUILDING242507.6N 0544013.5E107 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242508.6N 0544015.2E99 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
JUNCTION BOXOTHER242507.3N 0544013.8E103 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
SIGN BOARDSIGN242507.9N 0544014.6E105 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242508.0N 0544016.1E100 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
JUNCTION BOXOTHER242507.4N 0544015.5E102 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242507.4N 0544016.9E101 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242506.8N 0544017.8E102 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242506.2N 0544018.6E103 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242507.4N 0544016.9E100 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242505.0N 0544020.3E105 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242504.4N 0544021.1E106 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
JUNCTION BOXOTHER242503.9N 0544020.7E107 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID242503.8N 0544022.0E106 FTSTD31L APP / 13R TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242503.2N 0544030.0E125 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242459.2N 0544028.1E119 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242453.4N 0544035.2E137 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
MONOPOLEPOLE242436.9N 0544052.1E163 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
LOC ANTENNANAVAID242509.5N 0544014.0E106 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242500.4N 0544028.9E119 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
LAMP POSTPOLE242458.2N 0544026.9E118 FTNIL31L APP / 13R TOCS
In circling area and at AD
Obstacle ID DesignationObstacle typeObstacle PositionElevationLighting Type/ColorRemarks
ATCC TowerTOWER242629.8N 0543918.7E445 FTSTD
SMR-1ANAVAID242607.8N 0543829.3E175 FTNIL
SMR-2NAVAID242727.2N 0543916.7E174 FTNIL
SMR-3NAVAID242638.3N 0543859.0E165 FTNIL
SMR-4NAVAID242635.1N 0543944.8E165 FTNIL
SMR-5NAVAID242513.1N 0543946.2E188 FTNIL
ANTENNAANTENNA242707.3N 0544017.8E241 FTNIL
ETC TowerTOWER242428.0N 0543749.0E259 FTSTD
ANTENNAANTENNA242641.0N 0543637.2E254 FTNIL
ANTENNAANTENNA242641.4N 0543638.5E254 FTNIL
ANTENNAANTENNA242642.0N 0543640.6E253 FTNIL
ANTENNAANTENNA242507.3N 0543918.3E250 FTNIL
GP ANTENNA 31RNAVAID242642.1N 0544006.4E125 FTSTD
GP ANTENNA 31LNAVAID242528.3N 0543954.5E124 FTSTD
GP ANTENNA 13RNAVAID242630.2N 0543812.8E127 FTSTD
GP ANTENNA 13LNAVAID242751.2N 0543829.0E116 FTSTD
ANTENNAANTENNA242642.0N 0543640.4E252 FTNIL
BUILDINGBUILDING242811.8N 0543631.2E211 FTNIL

OMAA AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1Associated MET OfficeABU DHABI MET
2Hours of service
MET Office outside hours
H24
NIL
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
ABU DHABI MET
30 HR, issued every 06 HR
4Trend forecast and Interval of issuance02 HR FCST, issued every 01 HR
5Briefing/consultation providedT, D at ARO T1 & T2, Internet
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
C, TB, SAT, SIGMET, AD WRNG
English
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationS, U, P, W, SWH, SWM
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationRadiosonde, Doppler Radar, Satellite
9ATS units provided with informationOMAA TWR, OMAA APP, OMAE ACC
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)MET Balloon launched at 1100 and 2300 UTC.
ROC = 1000 FT/MIN from SFC to 80,000 FT
Tel :+971 2 575 7346.
Wind Shear Warnings. Refer to OMAA AD 2.23.7
Abbreviations (from Doc 8126 AD 2.11)
T = Telephone, D = Self-briefing Display
C = Charts, TB = Tabular forms, S = Surface Analysis (Current)
U= Upper Air Analysis (Current), P = Prognostic Upper Chart, W = Significant Weather Chart,
SWH = Significant Weather High Chart, SWM = Significant Weather Medium Chart,
SAT = Satellite Imagery, WRNG = Warning, ROC = Rate of climb

Additional Abbreviations
T1 = Terminal 1, T2 = Terminal 2
Internet: http://www.avmet.ae/omaa.aspx (Registration required).
Mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures (˚C) for each month of the year
JANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPOCTNOVDEC
Maximum
Minimum
25
14
29
17
31
19
35
22
41
27
41
29
45
32
45
32
41
29
37
27
31
22
26
17
Mean pressure (hPa) for each month of the year
Mean1018101410141010100699999710001006101110151019

OMAA AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations
RWY NR
TRUE & MAG BRGDimensions of RWY(M)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR coordinates
RWY end coordinates
THR geoid undulation
THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APP RWY
123456
13R128° / 126°4106 x 6080/F/B/W/T
Asphalt
242639.88N 0543806.67E
NIL
-109.3 FT
78 FT
NIL
31L308° / 306°4106 x 6080/F/B/W/T
Asphalt
242518.12N 0544001.86E
NIL
-109.2 FT
83 FT
NIL
13L128° / 126°4100 x 6080/F/B/W/T
Asphalt
242754.29N 0543817.71E
NIL
-109.2 FT
62 FT
NIL
31R308° / 306°4100 x 6080/F/B/W/T
Asphalt
242632.64N 0544012.76E
NIL
-109.1 FT
72 FT
NIL
Slope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESA (M)Arresting system
789101112
13R-0.2% (first 322M)
-0.2% (next 869 M)
-0.7% (next 800M)
-0.4% (next 420M)
+0.3% (next 338M)
+0.8% (next 720 M)
+0.8% (last 637 M)
NILNIL420 x 1504226 x 300240 x 150Not Implemented
31L-0.8% (First 637 M)
-0.8% (next 720 M)
-0.3% (next 338M)
+0.4% (next 420M)
+0.7% (next 800M)
+0.2% (next 869 M)
+0.2% (last 322M)
NILNIL380 x 1504226 x 300240 x 150
13L+0.1%NILNIL300 x 1504220 x 300240 x 150
31R-0.1%NILNIL300 x 1504220 x 300240 x 150
Obstacle-Free ZoneRemarks
1314
13RConforms to the standards specified in Annex 14, chapter 4Distance of 2000 M between RWY 13R/31L and RWY 13L/31R CL
31LNIL
13LDistance of 2000 M between RWY 13R/31L and RWY 13L/31R CL
31RNIL

OMAA AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
13R4106452641064106NIL
31L4106448641064106NIL
13L4100440041004100NIL
31R4100440041004100NIL
13R397643963976Intersection TWY D2
13R380342233803Intersection TWY D3
13R327636963276Intersection TWY D4
13R397643963976Intersection TWY E3
13R327636963276Intersection TWY E4
13R271031302710Intersection TWY E6 & TWY H
31L333537153335Intersection TWY D9
31L398843683988Intersection TWY D10
31L142218021422Intersection TWY E6 & TWY H
31L270930892709Intersection TWY E13
31L333537153335Intersection TWY E14
13L398042803980Intersection TWY A3
13L334236423342Intersection TWY A5
31R333336333333Intersection TWY A14
31R398142813981Intersection TWY A16

OMAA AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY DesignatorAPCH LGT
type
LEN INTST
THR LGT
colour
WBAR
VASIS
(MEHT)
PAPI
TDZ, LGT
LEN
RWY Centre Line LGT
Length, spacing
colour
INTST
RWY edge LGT
LEN, spacing
colour
INTST
RWY End LGT
colour
WBAR
SWY LGT
LEN (M)
colour
Remarks
12345678910
13RICAO CAT I precision approach lighting system 900 M
CL strobe; Flashing RTIL
green
ELEV wing bars
PAPI BOTH 3.0˚ 70.87 FTNILbi - directional 15 M spacing, Color coded with first 3200 M white, next 600 M ALTN white / red, last 300 M red LIH4106 M at 60 M spacing, White bi‐directional LIH with omni‐directional LIL componentuni - directional red LIHNILRapid Exit TWY Indicator lights: Yellow lights with 2 M lateral spacing at 300 M (3 lights), 200 M (2 lights) and 100 M (1 light) from Rapid Exit TWY.
31LICAO CAT II/III precision approach lighting system 900 M
CL strobe; Flashing RTIL
green
Flush lights with ELEV wing bars
PAPI BOTH 3.0˚ 69.13 FTuni - directional; 30 M spacing for a distance of 900 M white LIHbi - directional 15 M spacing, Colour coded with first 3200 M white, next 600 M ALTN white / red, last 300 M red LIH4106 M at 60 M spacing, White bi‐directional LIH with omni‐directional LIL componentuni - directional red LIHNILRapid Exit TWY Indicator lights: Yellow lights with 2 M lateral spacing at 300 M (3 lights), 200 M (2 lights) and 100 M (1 light) from Rapid Exit TWY.
13LICAO CAT II/III precision approach lighting system 870 M
CL strobe, modified spacing outer 270 M, Flashing RTIL
green
Flush lights with flush wing bars
PAPI BOTH 3.0˚ 69.03 FTuni - directional, 30 M spacing for a distance of 910 M white LIHbi - directional 15 M spacing, Colour coded with first 3200 M white, next 600 M ALTN white / red, last 300 M red LIH4100 M at 30 M spacing, White bi-directional, LIH, last 600 M yellowuni - directional red LIHNILRapid Exit TWY Indicator lights: Yellow lights with 2 M lateral spacing at 300 M (3 lights), 200 M (2 lights) and 100 M (1 light) from Rapid Exit TWY.
31RICAO CAT II/III precision approach lighting system 870 M
CL strobe, Flashing RTIL
green
Flush lights with flush wing bars
PAPI BOTH 3.0˚ 69.03 FTuni - directional, 30 M spacing for a distance of 910 M white LIHbi - directional 15 M spacing, Colour coded with first 3200 M white, next 600 M ALTN white / red, last 300 M red LIH4100 M at 30 M spacing, White bi-directional, LIH, last 600 M yellowuni - directional red LIHNILRapid Exit TWY Indicator lights: Yellow lights with 2 M lateral spacing at 300 M (3 lights), 200 M (2 lights) and 100 M (1 light) from Rapid Exit TWY.

OMAA AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and operational hoursNIL
2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
WDI
NIL
NIL
Illuminated WDIs adjacent THR RWY 13R / 31L and RWY 13L / 31R
3TWY lightinggreen CL blue EDGE at turns. Stop-bars. Catadioptric reflectors along straight edges
4Secondary power supply/switch-over timeConforms with the requirements of Annex 14, chapter 8 for CAT III operations
5RemarksApron lights: blue EDGE, High intensity floodlights

OMAA AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO
Geoid undulation
THR 13: 242520.76N 0543931.49E
THR 31: 242508.81N 0543948.32E
GUND 13: -109.2 FT and 31: -109.2 FT
2TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FTFATO 13: 24.3 M/80 FT
FATO 31: 27.6 M/91 FT
3TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking600 x 16.60 M, Asphalt, PCN 80/F/B/W/T,
FATO directions and strip markings
4True BRG of FATO128° / 308°
5Declared distance available600 M
6APP and FATO lightingNo FATO lighting. Use green CL lights on taxilane Foxtrot for orientation
7RemarksAs directed by ATC

OMAA AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limitsABU DHABI CTR :
243700N 0543500E
242500N 0545200E
241800N 0544500E
243000N 0542800E
2Vertical limits1500 FT / SFC
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
ABU DHABI TOWER
English
5Transition altitude13000 FT
6RemarksNIL

OMAA AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signFrequencySATVOICELogon addressHours of operationRemarks
1234567
APPABU DHABI RADAR CENTRALPrimary :124.400 MHzNot ImplementedNot ImplementedH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary :124.625 MHz
ABU DHABI RADAR WESTPrimary :128.100 MHzAs directed by ATCEMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary :124.625 MHz
ABU DHABI RADAR NORTHPrimary: 135.150 MHzAs directed by ATCEMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary: 135.350 MHz
ABU DHABI DIRECTOR NORTHPrimary :118.425 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary :121.150 MHz
ABU DHABI DIRECTOR SOUTHPrimary :118.000 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary :121.150 MHz
ABU DHABI RADAR EASTPrimary :133.550 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Primary :132.675 MHz
Secondary :135.350 MHz
ABU DHABI INFORMATIONPrimary :127.500 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Traffic operating within Class G airspace
Secondary :124.625 MHz
TWRABU DHABI TOWER SOUTHPrimary :119.200 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Monitor DEP ATIS for parallel runway usage.
Secondary :120.425 MHz
ABU DHABI TOWER NORTHPrimary :118.675 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Monitor DEP ATIS for parallel runway usage.
Secondary :120.425 MHz
ABU DHABI GROUNDSouth :123.975 MHzH24Monitor DEP ATIS for parallel runway usage.
When not sectorized 123.975 shall be primary frequency for ABU DHABI GROUND
North :121.950 MHz
Secondary :119.425 MHz
ABU DHABI DELIVERY125.100 MHzH24Refer - OMAA AD 2.22.1
ARRIVAL ATISABU DHABI ATIS (ARR)119.975 MHzH24ARR ATIS information also available via telephone +971 2 599 8151
DEPARTURE ATISABU DHABI ATIS (DEP)119.675 MHzH24DEP ATIS information also available via telephone +971 2 599 8161
RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTINGFIRE COMMANDER ABU DHABI121.600 MHzH24Local ground coordination frequency with Airport Emergency services
NON-ATS Frequency

Note: Diplomatic Message recording is available. Contact APP for further instructions.

OMAA AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, MAG VAR, CAT of ILS/MLS
(For VOR/ILS/MLS, give declination)
IDFrequencyHours of operationPosition of transmitting antenna coordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567

Note:
ILS GP signal fluctuation may occur on RWY 13R / 31L and RWY 13L / 31R during CAT I conditions due to taxiing and departing aircraft.
Pilots should anticipate possible GP interference and carefully monitor ILS indications and autopilot behavior during ILS approaches.

MSSRThalesH24 Monopulse SSR Range 125 NM; Antenna ELEV 187 FT; Annual shutdown only
DVOR
(2° E / 2017)
ADV114.250 MHzH24
242508.27N 0544023.68E
 Actual coverage/range (flight checked)100 NM
DMEADVCH 89YH24
242508.27N 0544023.68E
109 FTActual coverage/range (flight checked)100 NM
LOC RWY 13R
(2° E / 2017)
CAT I / C / 4
IAE109.150 MHzH24
242509.45N 0544014.00E
 NIL
GP RWY 13R 331.250 MHzH24
242630.20N 0543812.78E
 Angle 3.0°, RDH 56 FT
See Note
DME RWY 13RIAECH 28YH24
242630.20N 0543812.78E
98 FTCo - located with GP; Zero indication at TDZ; DME uni-directional
LOC RWY 31L
(2° E/ 2017)
CAT III / E / 4
IAW109.300 MHzH24
242647.53N 0543755.89E
 NIL
GP RWY 31L 332.000 MHzH24
242528.30N 0543954.46E
 Angle 3.0°, RDH 55 FT
See Note
DME RWY 31LIAWCH 30XH24
242528.30N 0543954.46E
91 FTCo - located with GP; Zero indication at TDZ; DME uni-directional
LOC RWY 13L
(2° E / 2017)
CAT III / E / 4
IAS110.300 MHzH24
242624.37N 0544024.40E
 NIL
GP RWY 13L335.000 MHzH24
242751.18N 0543829.04E
 Angle 3.0°, RDH 56 FT
See Note
DME RWY 13LCH 40XH24
242751.18N 0543829.04E
116 FTCo - located with GP; Zero indication at TDZ; DME uni-directional
LOC RWY 31R
(2° E/ 2017)
CAT III / E / 4
IAN108.750 MHzH24
242800.66N 0543808.73E
 NIL
GP RWY 31R330.350 MHzH24
242642.08N 0544006.40E
 Angle 3.0°, RDH 56 FT
See Note
DME RWY 31RCH 24YH24
242642.08N 0544006.40E
125 FTCo - located with GP; Zero indication at TDZ; DME uni-directional

OMAA AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.20.1 Minimum RVR/visibility requirements
2.20.1.1 Presidential Apron: Arrivals/Departures 300 M
2.20.1.2 General Aviation Apron: Arrivals/Departures 550 M
2.20.1.3 ADAT Apron: Arrivals/Departures 75 M
2.20.2 Multiple pushback procedures
2.20.2.1 Apron 1 operations
  1. A maximum of 4 multiple pushback operations are allowed on Apron 1.
  2. Aircraft parked on stands 101 and 102 may expect to :
    1. Pushback to face north;
    2. Pushback onto the taxilane on Apron 3 abeam stand 309 west of TWY E9 intersection facing east;
    3. Pushback on TWY F abeam stand 309 west of TWY E9 intersection facing east.
    4. Pushback on TWY F abeam stand 112 east of TWY E9 facing west.

    Note: In the event of two aircraft requesting pushback at the same time, pushback approval for the second aircraft will be granted after the first aircraft is pushed back clear of TWY E9.

  3. Aircraft parked on stand 103 shall expect to pushback facing south only
  4. Aircraft parked on stands 111-113 may expect to pushback onto TWY F between TWY E9 and TWY E11 and clear of the intersections. ATC will instruct the aircraft to face either east or west.

    Note: Pushing an aircraft from stand 111 on TWY F facing west will block TWY E11; pushing an aircraft from stand 113 on TWY F facing east will block TWY E9.

  5. Aircraft parked on stands 121-122 and 131-132 may expect to:
    1. Pushback to start-up on a position on the taxilane abeam stand 133 facing north; or
    2. Pushback to start-up on a position on TWY F abeam stand 112 west of TWY E11 intersection facing east.

    Note 1: this manoeuvre will block pushback from stands 111-113

    Note 2: In the event of two aircraft requesting pushback at the same time, the pushback approval for the second aircraft will be granted after the first aircraft is pushed onto TWY F west of TWY E11

  6. Aircraft parked on stands 123 and 133-136 may expect to pushback to start-up on a position on the taxilane abeam stand 133 facing north.

    Note: Any preceding aircraft pushing from stands 121-122 or 131-132 must be pushed onto TWY F west of TWY E11 prior to pushback approval for aircraft from stands 123 or 133-136

  7. Restrictions:
    1. Stand 101 Aircraft code – Maximum code E
      1. Standard push:
        1. Code D and E aircraft - face east abeam stand 309 on the terminal 3 taxilane;
        2. Code C aircraft and smaller - face north on TWY E9 abeam stand 102;
      2. Deemed separations:
        1. An aircraft that has pushed abeam stand 309 and has completed the push is deemed separated from TWY E9;
        2. An aircraft that is pushing to abeam stand 309 is deemed separated from an aircraft pushing from stand 307 to face east;
    2. Stand 102 Aircraft code – Maximum code C
      1. Standard push: Push to face north on TWY E9 abeam stand 102;
      2. Deemed separations: An aircraft that has pushed from stand 102 and has completed the push is deemed separated from TWY E9 north of the terminal 3 taxilane and the terminal 3 taxilane;
    3. Stand 103 Aircraft code – Maximum code C
      1. Standard push: Push to face east abeam stand 309 on the terminal 3 taxilane;
      2. Deemed separations:
        1. An aircraft that has pushed abeam stand 309 and has completed the push is deemed separated from TWY E9;
        2. An aircraft that is pushing to abeam stand 309 is deemed separated from an aircraft pushing from stand 307 to face east;
        3. Restrictions: Aircraft shall not be pushed to face north on TWY E9;
    4. Parking on 121 or 131 is permitted if an aircraft has completed pushback from stands 122, 123, 133, 134 or 135.
    5. Parking on stand 132 is permitted if an aircraft has completed pushback from stands 123, 133, 134 or 135.
    6. Parking on stand 122 or 133 is permitted if an aircraft has completed pushback from stands 134 or 135.
    7. Aircraft on stands 123, 134, 135, 136 and 103 which request to start engine(s) on parking stand, due to APU failure for example, shall be unable to execute the standard pushback onto TWY E9 or TWY E11 facing north due to issues created by the jet blast towards the adjacent service road.
2.20.2.2 Apron 2 operations
  1. Aircraft shall push pushback on the Apron 2 taxilane centreline facing either east or west with the following restrictions:
    1. Pushback from stand 201 shall face west;
    2. Pushback from stand 222 shall face east;
  2. Multiple pushback of aircraft facing same direction or ‘nose to nose’ shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 2 or more other parking stands.
  3. Reduced engine taxi operations from stand 201 through stand 222. Pilots shall exercise extreme caution when leaving Apron 2 via TWY E13, TWY E14, TWY F1 or TWY F2. Engine thrust should be at idle due to jet blast considerations when turning onto these taxiways.
  4. Multiple pushback of aircraft "tail to tail" shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 3 or more other parking stands.

Note: In the ‘nose to nose’ scenario ATC shall ensure that one taxiway is available between the two aircraft, e.g TWY F1.

2.20.2.3 Apron 3 operations
  1. Aircraft shall pushback on the Apron 3 taxilane centreline facing east or west with the following restrictions:
    1. Pushback from stand 309 shall face east;
    2. Pushback from stand 301 shall face west.
  2. Multiple pushback of aircraft facing same direction or ‘nose to nose’ shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 2 or more other parking stands.
  3. Pilots proceeding to and from assigned gates on Apron 3 Stands 301 to 309 shall disregard broken dotted white lines adjacent to taxiway centerlines, as they are only designed to guide tow tugs during pushback process.
  4. Multiple pushback of aircraft "tail to tail" shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 3 or more other parking stands.

Note 1: In the ‘nose to nose’ scenario ATC shall ensure that one taxiway is available between the two aircraft.

Note 2: Aircraft taxiing out via TWY E9 (including Code F aircraft) are deemed to be separated from aircraft that have completed a pushback on TWY E9 from stands 101, 102 or 103.

2.20.2.4 Apron 4 operations
  1. Apron 4 North - Parking stands 401–409:
    1. Parking stands on Apron 4 North, inclusive of TWY E3A, TWY E3B and TWY E4N, are suitable for Code C aircraft types or smaller;
    2. Aircraft shall pushback on the Apron 4 North taxilane centreline facing east or west.
    3. Multiple pushback of aircraft, facing same direction may be permitted, provided that the aircraft are separated by 2 or more other parking stands. Multiple pushback of aircraft, tail to tail, shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 3 or more other parking stands.
    4. Restrictions:
      1. Pushback from stand 409 shall face east;
      2. Due to lack of appropriate taxiway markings and centreline lights the following taxiway routings (both directions) are not permitted based on instructions from ADAC Airside Operations, except during daylight operations:
        • Inbound to Apron 4 via E4N: TWY E (westbound) – E4 – E4N
        • Outbound from Apron 4 via E4N: TWY E4N – TWY E4 – E (eastbound)
  2. Apron 4 South - Parking Stand 410-419:
    1. Parking stands on Apron 4 South, inclusive of TWY E4S, are suitable for Code C aircraft types and A321;
    2. Aircraft A321 can park only on stand 416 and stand 418;
    3. Aircraft shall pushback on the Apron 4 South taxilane centreline facing east or west.
    4. Multiple pushback of aircraft, facing same direction may be permitted, provided that the aircraft are separated by 2 or more other parking stands. Multiple pushback of aircraft, tail to tail, shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 3 or more other parking stands.
    5. Restrictions:
      1. When Pushing back from stand 410 facing west, ATC shall instruct the pilots to be pulled abeam stand 412 prior to start-up in order to avoid risk of jet blast incidents for the vehicles using the service road east of stand 410 ;
2.20.2.5 Apron 5 Operations
  1. Apron 5 West - Parking Stand 508-510:
    1. Stand 508: pushback on TWY F to face west;
    2. Stand 509: pushback on TWY F to face east or west;
    3. Stand 510: pushback on TWY F to face east;

      Note 1: Non-standard pushback instruction may be issued by ATC if traffic conditions permit.

      Note 2: Simultaneous multiple pushbacks are not allowed.

  2. Apron 5 East - Parking Stand 511-516:
    1. Stand 511: pushback on TWY F to face west;
    2. Stand 516: pushback on TWY F to face east;
    3. Stand 512-515: pushback on TWY F to face east or west.
    4. Multiple pushback of aircraft "tail to tail" shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 3 or more other parking stands.

      Note: Non-standard pushback instruction may be issued by ATC if traffic conditions permit.

    5. Multiple pushback shall only be approved providing that 2 parking stands are available between aircraft and shall face same direction.
2.20.2.6 Apron 7 Operations
  1. Aircraft may pushback from any stand to face east or west on TWY N centreline.
  2. Multiple pushback of two aircraft to face the same direction shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 2 or more other parking stands.
  3. Multiple pushback of aircraft "tail to tail" shall be permitted provided that the aircraft are separated by 3 or more other parking stands.
  4. Multiple pushback of aircraft on adjacent stands 'nose to nose' shall be permitted provided that a taxiway is available between the 2 aircraft after the push back, i.e. stand 707 and 708 with TWY C4 between the two aircraft after pushback.
2.20.2.7 Apron 8

This Apron is only available for layover parking and silent towing in and out but not available for live operations.

OMAA AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1 ATC Clearance Delivery
2.22.1.1 Via Frequency
2.22.1.1.1 With the exception of aircraft parked on Abu Dhabi General Aviation (ADAT) apron and Presidential Flight Apron, departing aircraft shall contact ABU DHABI DELIVERY frequency 125.100 MHz to confirm receipt of ATC clearance via Data Link or to obtain the ATC clearance via voice only when fully ready to push and start. The following information should be passed:
  1. Aircraft Callsign;
  2. Aircraft Type, and for aircraft in the heavy wake turbulence category the word "Heavy";
  3. Parking Stand;
  4. Ready to push and start.

Note: Non-compliance with PBN RNAV-1 (GNSS) requirements shall be reported by departing aircraft on first contact with ABU DHABI DELIVERY frequency 125.100 MHz

2.22.1.1.2 ABU DHABI DELIVERY will issue ATC clearance to aircraft ready for pushback and start. Pilot will then be instructed to monitor ABU DHABI GROUND frequency 123.975 MHz and standby for ATC call.

ABU DHABI GROUND will inform ready aircraft of any delay exceeding 5 minutes and provide an estimate. If no contact is made by ATC after 5 minutes of monitoring pilots shall contact Ground Movement Control to receive an estimate for pushback and start.

To facilitate the most expeditious movement of ready aircraft, pilots not ready to pushback and start when instructed to do so by ATC shall expect to wait for further pushback instructions.

Flights subject to flow control with slot time shall request their ATC clearance and be ready to pushback and start 25 minutes prior to slot expiry time. ABU DHABI GROUND will instruct those pilots to pushback and start 25 minutes prior to slot expiry time.

2.22.1.2 Via Data link service ACARS
2.22.1.2.1 ATC clearance to departing aircraft (DCL) is available at OMAA using Data link service via ACARS. Pilots may request DCL clearance by sending RCD message not earlier than 20 minutes prior to EOBT.

If the content of ATC clearance received is accepted, the received clearance should be acknowledged by sending CDA message. If receipt of the clearance has not been acknowledged within 10 minutes, the system will consider an error has occurred. In the event of an error message pilots should revert to voice message. Once DCL is acknowledged pilots shall report ready for pushback and start on ABU DHABI DELIVERY frequency 125.100 MHz. There is no requirement for the read back of a clearance received via data link clearance.

2.22.1.2.2 ABU DHABI DELIVERY will instruct pilots to monitor ABU DHABI GROUND frequency 123.975 MHz and standby for ATC call.

ABU DHABI GROUND will inform ready aircraft of any delay exceeding 5 minutes and provide an estimate. If no contact is made by ATC after 5 minutes of monitoring pilots shall contact Ground Movement Control to receive an estimate for pushback and start.

To facilitate the most expeditious movement of ready aircraft, pilots not ready to pushback and start when instructed to do so by ATC shall expect to wait for further pushback instructions.

Flights subject to flow control with slot time shall be ready to pushback and start 25 minutes prior to slot expiry time. ABU DHABI GROUND will instruct those pilots to pushback and start 25 minutes prior to slot expiry time.

Voice message shall be used if not data link equipped.

2.22.2 PUSHBACK AND START UP
2.22.2.1 Pushback approval is valid for 1 minute and pilots must ensure that pushback commences promptly after approval has been obtained.
2.22.2.2 ATC may at their discretion delay start-up and pushback approvals to avoid congestion and excessive delays on the manoeuvring area or when warranted by ATFM regulations. ATC will subsequently issue expected start-up times.
2.22.3 Taxi and Take-off
2.22.3.1 ATC may hold taxiing aircraft to absorb possible departure delay, e.g. departing aircraft subject to ATFM regulations.
2.22.3.2 Cockpit and security checks shall be completed prior to reaching the runway holding point.
2.22.3.3 Departing aircraft shall be ready for departure on reaching the runway holding point, unless otherwise stated.
2.22.3.4 Pilots are reminded to pay particular attention to conditional line-up clearances to avoid runway incursions.
2.22.3.5 Departures will normally be cleared in the order in which they are ready for take-off, except that deviations may be made from this order of priority to facilitate the maximum number of departures with the least average delay. Factors that ATC will consider in relation to the departure sequence include:
  1. types of aircraft and their relative performance;
  2. routes to be followed after take-off;
  3. any specified minimum departure interval between take-offs;
  4. need to apply wake turbulence separation minima;
  5. aircraft which should be afforded priority; and
  6. aircraft subject to ATFM regulations.
2.22.3.6 In order to maximize aircraft departure output at ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL, light and medium wake turbulence category aircraft may expect to depart from an intersection detailed in AD 2.13 as standard, during peak traffic periods.
2.22.3.7 All applicable aircraft crew are required to advise Abu Dhabi ATC at the earliest opportunity if they are unable to accept an intersection departure.
2.22.3.8 ATC requires aircraft to commence its take-off roll within 20 seconds of being cleared for take-off. However, in the interest of expediting traffic, a clearance for immediate take-off may be issued to an aircraft before it enters the runway. On acceptance of such clearance, the aircraft shall taxi out to the runway and take-off in one continuous movement. Non-compliance will result in ATC reporting the occurrence to the Authority for further action.
2.22.4 After Departure
2.22.4.1 On initial call a departing aircraft shall pass the following information to Abu Dhabi APP:
  1. Aircraft Callsign;
  2. Passing level
  3. SID designation
2.22.5 Standard Instrument Departures (SID)
2.22.5.1 Departing aircraft shall contact ABU DHABI RADAR as soon as possible after passing 1000 FT, unless otherwise instructed by Abu Dhabi TWR.

Note: see ENR 1.6.1.3 for action in the event of radio failure.

2.22.5.2 Departing IFR traffic leaving Abu Dhabi CTA while on a SID or under radar control is required to:
2.22.5.2.1 Climb at a minimum gradient of 5% to 8,000 FT (300 FT per NM);
2.22.5.2.2 Comply with level and speed restrictions that apply at waypoints displayed on the chart and FMS coding tables;
2.22.5.2.2.1 Additional speed restrictions may be applicable to achieve spacing requirements and will be instructed by ATC.
2.22.5.2.3 Level Restrictions
2.22.5.2.3.1 Initial climb is restricted to 5,000 FT for RWY 31L/13R and 4,000 FT for RWY 31R/13L . Further climb clearance as instructed by Abu Dhabi APP.
2.22.5.2.3.2 Aircraft when first approaching a cleared level should ensure that the vertical closure speed is not excessive and must avoid overshooting the cleared level, manually overriding if necessary.
2.22.5.2.4 Advise ATC at start-up if unable to comply
2.22.5.3 ATC may cancel a SID and provide direct routing or radar vectoring.
2.22.5.4 SID FMS coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.5.4.1 SID RWY 13L
i)   ATUDO 5F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
AA836CFNo099.0Left+4000-230
PATAMTFNo007.7-7000
+5000
5.7
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7-230
LONUPTFNo261.6+90006.0-250
RABDUTFNo209.0+1000013.7
ATUDOTFNo209.0+120008.0
ii)   BOSEV 1F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
ULALACFNo099.0-230
AA834TFNo129.3-7000
+4500
4.0
ITKOVTFNo214.0+60005.6
VEGIRTFNo217.8Right6.9-230
RUKOSTFNo307.8-700018.9
EGSUPTFNo259.3+90008.0
MUSULTFNo342.2+1300019.8
BOSEVTFNo315.2+FL 15013.2
iii)   DAXIB 1F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
AA836CFNo099.0Left+4000-230
PATAMTFNo007.7-7000
+5000
5.7
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7
ITLIVTFNo339.7+95008.6
MURSUTFNo291.2+120009.0
DAXIBTFNo282.6+FL 15029.1
iv)   KANIP 3F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
ULALACFNo099.0
AA834TFNo129.3-7000
+4500
4.0-230
KANIPTFNo115.5+1100026.3
v)   LORID 1F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
AA836CFNo099.0Left+4000-230
PATAMTFNo007.7-7000
+5000
5.7
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7
ITLIVTFNo339.78.6
MURSUTFNo291.29.0
LORIDTFNo352.27.6
vi)   MEKRI 1F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
ULALACFNo099.0-230
AA834TFNo129.3-7000
+4500
4.0
ITKOVTFNo214.0+60005.6
VEGIRTFNo217.8Right6.9-230
RUKOSTFNo307.8-700018.9
EGSUPTFNo259.3+90008.0
LAGVUTFNo295.7+1100016.5
MEKRITFNo283.59.7
vii)   ORNEL 1F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
ULALACFNo099.0
AA834TFNo129.3-7000
+4500
4.0-230
ORNELTFNo129.5+1100029.5
viii)   TULON 1F (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA127.8+500
AA836CFNo099.0Left+4000-230
PATAMTFNo007.7-7000
+5000
5.7
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7
ITLIVTFNo339.7+95008.6
TULONTFNo351.2+1200010.2
2.22.5.4.2 SID RWY 13R
i)   ATUDO 5G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000
AA839TFNo127.9Left+50003.0-230
PEGEBTFNo038.7Left5.0-230
AA842TFNo307.9-70008.1
RABDUTFNo268.8+1000010.6
ATUDOTFNo209.0+120008.0
ii)   BOSEV 1G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8Right+4000
VEGIRTFNo217.8Right6.9-230
RUKOSTFNo307.8-700018.9
EGSUPTFNo259.3+90008.0
MUSULTFNo342.2+1300019.8
BOSEVTFNo315.2+FL 15013.2
iii)   DAXIB 1G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000
AA839TFNo127.9Left+50003.0-230
PEGEBTFNo038.75.0-230
PATAMTFNo351.1-7000
+5000
10.5
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7
ITLIVTFNo339.7+95008.6
MURSUTFNo291.2+120009.0
DAXIBTFNo282.6+FL 15029.1
iv)   KANIP 3G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000
AA839TFNo127.9+50003.0-230
ITRENTFNo127.9-70005.0-230
KANIPTFNo094.8+1100020.7
v)   LORID 1G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000
AA839TFNo127.9Left+50003.0-230
PEGEBTFNo038.75.0-230
PATAMTFNo351.1-7000
+5000
10.5
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7
ITLIVTFNo339.78.6
MURSUTFNo291.29.0
LORIDTFNo352.27.6
vi)   MEKRI 1G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8Right+4000
VEGIRTFNo217.8Right6.9-230
RUKOSTFNo307.8-700018.9
EGSUPTFNo259.3+90008.0
LAGVUTFNo295.7+1100016.5
MEKRITFNo283.59.7
vii)   ORNEL 1G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000
AA839TFNo127.9+50003.0-230
ITRENTFNo127.9-70005.0-230
ORNELTFNo115.0+1100021.7
viii)   TULON 1G (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000
AA839TFNo127.9Left+50003.0-230
PEGEBTFNo038.75.0-230
PATAMTFNo351.1-7000
+5000
10.5
UKPAPTFNo339.8-80007.7
ITLIVTFNo339.7+95008.6
TULONTFNo351.2+1200010.2
2.22.5.4.3 SID RWY 31L
i)   ATUDO 3K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
OBMUKTFNo031.2+75009.0
AA824TFNo066.3-90005.1-230
MURSUTFNo066.35.6
ITLIVTFNo111.3+110009.0-250
LONUPTFNo198.6+120009.4
ATUDOTFNo209.021.7
ii)   BOSEV 1K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
PUXUTTFNo307.8-90003.0-250
BOSEVTFNo307.7+1000019.5
iii)   DAXIB 1K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
PUXUTTFNo307.8-90003.0-250
DAXIBTFNo324.8+1000020.2
iv)  KANIP 3K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8Right-220
AA441TFNo039.2Right+44007.0-220
AA442TFNo127.811.2
EMATITFNo127.910.6
IMTUPTFNo117.6+FL 1508.9
KANIPTFNo119.317.8
v)   KANIP 1U (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
OBMUKTFNo031.2+75009.0
AA824TFNo066.3-90005.1-230
MURSUTFNo066.35.6
ITLIVTFNo111.3+110009.0-250
LONUPTFNo198.6+120009.4
IMTUPTFNo136.1+FL 15023.2
KANIPTFNo119.317.8
vi)   LORID 1K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
OBMUKTFNo031.2+75009.0
AA824TFNo066.3-90005.1-230
MURSUTFNo066.35.6
LORIDTFNo352.27.6
vii)   MEKRI 2K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
MEPDOTFNo271.8+40004.0-250
AA822TFNo271.8-60005.0
ORPEPTFNo271.79.0
AA823TFNo267.6-100007.6
MEKRITFNo267.5+110007.6
viii)   ORNEL 1K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
OBMUKTFNo031.2+75009.0
AA824TFNo066.3-90005.1-230
MURSUTFNo066.35.6
ITLIVTFNo111.3+110009.0-250
LONUPTFNo198.6+120009.4
IMTUPTFNo136.1+FL 15023.2
AA817TFNo137.915.4
ORNELTFNo137.96.3
ix)   TULON 1K (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31L)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA820CFNo307.8
OBTOLTFNo307.7+50008.0
OBMUKTFNo031.2+75009.0
AA824TFNo066.3-90005.1-230
MURSUTFNo066.35.6
TULONTFNo044.8+120009.6
2.22.5.4.4 SID RWY 31R
i)   ATUDO 3P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500
MURSUTFNo026.4-900012.4
ITLIVTFNo111.3+90009.0-230
LONUPTFNo198.6+100009.4
ATUDOTFNo209.0+1200021.7
ii)   BOSEV 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500-230
LOSIDTFNo307.5+50005.0
BOSEVTFNo293.5+1000024.8
iii)   DAXIB 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500-230
LOSIDTFNo307.5+50005.0
DAXIBTFNo307.4+1000023.8
iv)   KANIP 1N (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500
MURSUTFNo026.4-900012.4
ITLIVTFNo111.3+90009.0-230
LONUPTFNo198.6+100009.4
AA827TFNo136.0+110004.0
IMTUPTFNo136.1+FL 15019.2
KANIPTFNo119.317.8
v)   KANIP 3P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
AA432CFNo307.8+22006.8-220
AA441TFNo037.7Right+40005.9-220
AA442TFNo127.811.2
EMATITFNo127.910.6
IMTUPTFNo117.6+FL 1508.9
KANIPTFNo119.317.8
vi)   LORID 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500-230
MURSUTFNo026.4-900012.4
LORIDTFNo352.27.6
vii)   MEKRI 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500-230
LOSIDTFNo307.5+50005.0
PUXUTTFNo254.5-90007.6
AA826TFNo254.4-1000014.7
MEKRITFNo254.3+1100010.6
viii)   ORNEL 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500
MURSUTFNo026.4-900012.4
ITLIVTFNo111.3+90009.0-230
LONUPTFNo198.6+100009.4
AA827TFNo136.0+110004.0
IMTUPTFNo136.1+FL 15019.2
AA817TFNo137.915.4
ORNELTFNo137.96.3
ix)   TULON 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
CA307.8+570
TADBUCFNo340.0+3500-230
MURSUTFNo026.4-900012.4
TULONTFNo044.8+120009.6
2.22.6 Arrivals
2.22.6.1 On initial call an arriving aircraft shall pass the following information to Abu Dhabi APP:
  1. Aircraft Callsign;
  2. Passing level;
  3. Aircraft Type, and for aircraft in the heavy wake turbulence category the word "Heavy";
  4. STAR designation;
  5. ATIS information and QNH;
  6. Advise in the event full runway length is required;
  7. During Low Visibility Operations request a CAT II or CAT lllB approach if certified.
2.22.6.2 Speed Control
2.22.6.2.1 Pilots shall adhere to the speed (IAS) approved or assigned by ATC and shall request ATC approval before making any changes thereto. If it is essential to make an immediate temporary change in speed, e.g. due to turbulence, ATC shall be notified as soon as possible that such a change has been made. Pilots unable to maintain the last assigned speed during any particular phase of flight, e.g. for aircraft performance reasons, shall inform ATC as soon as possible for alternative speed instructions. Pilots should typically expect the following speed control restrictions to be enforced by ATC:
  1. 210 – 250 KTS from CTA entry to downwind;
  2. 180 – 230 KTS from downwind to base leg;
  3. 160 – 210 KTS on base leg and closing heading to final approach;
  4. 180 KTS to 10 NM from touchdown;
  5. 160 KTS or less to 4 NM from touchdown.
2.22.6.2.2  Pilots shall maintain a minimum Indicated Air Speed of 160 KTS or greater to 4 NM from touchdown, unless otherwise instructed by ATC. ATC considers a zero tolerance with regards to the accuracy of speed control instructions and non-compliance with ATC instructions will be reported to the authority.

Note: Pilots unable to comply with this minimum speed instruction shall inform ATC on first contact.

2.22.6.3 Standard Instrument Arrivals (STAR)
2.22.6.3.1 ATC clearances issued to arriving traffic will include a STAR.
2.22.6.3.1.1 Aircraft flying STARs shall be certified for RNAV 1 with GNSS operations.
2.22.6.3.1.2 Level Restrictions
2.22.6.3.1.2.1 Traffic landing ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL (OMAA) or ABU DHABI / AL BATEEN EXECUTIVE AIRPORT (OMAD) shall cross CTA entry points as per the prescribed levels in the coding tables below.
2.22.6.3.1.2.2 Comply with level and speed restrictions that apply at waypoints displayed on the chart and FMS coding tables.
2.22.6.3.1.2.3 Aircraft when first approaching a cleared level should ensure that the vertical closure speed is not excessive and must avoid undershooting the cleared level, manually overriding if necessary.
2.22.6.3.1.2.4 Additional speed and level restrictions may be applicable and will be instructed by ATC.
2.22.6.3.1.3 Advise ATC if unable to comply.
2.22.6.3.2 ATC may cancel a STAR and provide direct routing or radar vectoring. ATC will subsequently issue track miles to touchdown.
2.22.6.3.3 STAR FMS coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.6.3.3.1 STAR RWY 13 L/R
i)   ATUDO 2A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ATUDOIF+12000-250
TUMEXTFNo025.3-8000
+7000
14.9
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
OVOLATFNo307.75.0
RIGIPTFNo307.6Left-50006.2-210
AA568TFNo217.6Left@40004.0
ORDAKTFNo127.7@40004.0-210
ii)   ELOVU 3A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ELOVUIF@11000-250
MUTOPTFNo127.7Right17.8
RIBUVTFNo217.9+50004.2-230
SODELTFNo217.9Right5.0
OVOLATFNo307.75.0
RIGIPTFNo307.6Left-50006.2-210
AA568TFNo217.6Left@40004.0
ORDAKTFNo127.7@40004.0-210
iii)   EMERU 2A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EMERUIF-FL 160-250
MUNPATFNo210.8+1000013.2
RIDIBTFNo210.3+90005.3
SISUGTFNo210.3@80005.0
TUMEXTFNo288.3-8000
+7000
8.0
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
OVOLATFNo307.75.0
RIGIPTFNo307.6Left-50006.2-210
AA568TFNo217.6Left@40004.0
ORDAKTFNo127.7@40004.0-210
iv)   GIDOB 3A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDOBIF-12000-250
TOMDOTFNo076.2-10000
+8000
21.8
RIBUVTFNo127.7Right+500011.2-230
SODELTFNo217.9Right5.0
OVOLATFNo307.75.0
RIGIPTFNo307.6Left-50006.2-210
AA568TFNo217.6Left@40004.0
ORDAKTFNo127.7@40004.0-210
v)   NOBTO 6A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOBTOIF-FL 150-250
REXIGTFNo297.110.5
PUVUTTFNo306.9+1000011.6
NOPNUTFNo307.8-900020.0
OBVIKTFNo307.8+800010.6
SIVOVTFNo307.89.7-230
DEGVOTFNo307.95.0
PAXIKTFNo307.7Right6.2-210
AA583TFNo037.6Right+60003.9
IMSIGTFNo127.8+50004.0-210
vi)  NOBTO 2H (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOBTOIF-FL 150-250
REXIGTFNo297.110.5
PUVUTTFNo306.9+1000011.6
SISUGTFNo339.6@800022.3
TUMEXTFNo288.3-8000
+7000
8.0
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
OVOLATFNo307.75.0
RIGIPTFNo307.6Left-50006.2-210
AA568TFNo217.6Left@40004.0
ORDAKTFNo127.7@40004.0-210
vii)   ROVOS 5A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ROVOSIF-FL 150-250
KITOXTFNo288.510.3
GEXODTFNo288.46.1
LORUPTFNo288.54.5
SISUGTFNo288.4@80009.8
TUMEXTFNo288.3-8000
+7000
8.0
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
OVOLATFNo307.75.0
RIGIPTFNo307.6Left-50006.2-210
AA568TFNo217.6Left@40004.0
ORDAKTFNo127.7@40004.0-210
viii)   ROVOS 3H (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ROVOSIF-FL 150-250
PUVUTTFNo242.3+1000024.1
NOPNUTFNo307.8-900020.0
OBVIKTFNo307.8+800010.6
SIVOVTFNo307.89.7-230
DEGVOTFNo307.95.0
PAXIKTFNo307.7Right6.2-210
AA583TFNo037.6Right+60003.9
IMSIGTFNo127.8+50004.0-210
ix)   UKILI 2A (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UKILIIF-12000-250
PEKAXTFNo104.8-800013.1
OTUTUTFNo127.8Left11.2-230
SIVOVTFNo037.8Left5.0-230
DEGVOTFNo307.95.0
PAXIKTFNo307.7Right6.2-210
AA583TFNo037.6Right+60003.9
IMSIGTFNo127.8+50004.0-210
x)   ATUDO 4B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ATUDOIF+12000-250
TUMEXTFNo025.3-8000
+7000
14.9
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
FMNo307.7
xi)   ELOVU 2B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ELOVUIF@11000-250
MUTOPTFNo127.7Right17.8
RIBUVTFNo217.9+50004.2-230
SODELTFNo217.9Right5.0
FMNo307.7
xii)   EMERU 1B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EMERUIF-FL 160-250
MUNPATFNo210.8+1000013.2
RIDIBTFNo210.3+90005.3
SISUGTFNo210.3@80005.0
TUMEXTFNo288.3-8000
+7000
8.0
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
FMNo307.7
xiii)   GIDOB 2B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDOBIF-12000-250
TOMDOTFNo076.2-10000
+8000
21.8
RIBUVTFNo127.7Right+500011.2-230
SODELTFNo217.9Right5.0
FMNo307.7
xiv)   NOBTO 5B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOBTOIF-FL 150-250
REXIGTFNo297.110.5
PUVUTTFNo306.9+1000011.6
NOPNUTFNo307.8-900020.0
OBVIKTFNo307.8+800010.6
SIVOVTFNo307.89.7-230
FMNo307.7
xv)   ROVOS 4B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ROVOSIF-FL 150-250
KITOXTFNo288.510.3
GEXODTFNo288.46.1
LORUPTFNo288.54.5
SISUGTFNo288.4@80009.8
TUMEXTFNo288.3-8000
+7000
8.0
IVEPOTFNo307.86.7
SODELTFNo307.77.2-230
FMNo307.7
xvi)   UKILI 1B (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 13 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UKILIIF-12000-250
PEKAXTFNo104.8-800013.1
OTUTUTFNo127.8Left11.2-230
SIVOVTFNo037.8Left5.0
FMNo307.7
2.22.6.3.3.2 STAR RWY 31 L/R
i)   ATUDO 2C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ATUDOIF+12000-250
ITUGOTFNo029.1Right-900015.8
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
ii)   ELOVU 2C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ELOVUIF-FL 150-250
MUVUMTFNo140.5+1000025.0
ITUGOTFNo146.3-90008.5
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
iii)  EMERU 3C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EMERUIF-FL 160-250
TUGVATFNo210.8-1000015.6
TONKITFNo210.8-80009.6-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
iv)   GIDOB 2C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDOBIF-FL 150-250
ORGADTFNo116.620.4
VEDEXTFNo102.6+110007.3
ITUGOTFNo102.5-900014.2
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
v)   GIDOB 3J (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDOBIF-FL 150-250
ORGADTFNo116.6+1100020.4
ORMEDTFNo135.0-9000
+7000
14.7-230
TAPTOTFNo128.020.5
AA519TFNo127.95.0
BOSIGTFNo127.9Left5.0-210
AA520TFNo037.9Left+60005.0
ITRENTFNo307.9+50003.4-210
vi)   NOBTO 6C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOBTOIF-13000
+10000
-250
REXIGTFNo297.110.5-230
MERPUTFNo297.1+70006.7
BOSIGTFNo307.9Right5.0-210
AA520TFNo037.9Left+60005.0
ITRENTFNo307.9+50003.4-210
vii)   NOBTO 3J (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOBTOIF-13000
+10000
-250
REXIGTFNo297.110.5-230
KITOXTFNo006.2-1200021.5
GEXODTFNo288.4+60006.1-230
LORUPTFNo288.5-90004.5
LOXIXTFNo220.2Left4.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
viii)   ROVOS 6C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ROVOSIF-13000
+10000
-250
KITOXTFNo288.5-1200010.3
GEXODTFNo288.4+60006.1-230
LORUPTFNo288.5-90004.5
LOXIXTFNo220.2Left4.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
ix)   ROVOS 3J (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ROVOSIF-13000
+10000
-250
MERPUTFNo229.9+700023.5-230
BOSIGTFNo307.9Right5.0-210
AA520TFNo037.9Left+60005.0
ITRENTFNo307.9+50003.4-210
x)   UKILI 4C (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UKILIIF-FL 150-250
ORPEPTFNo114.5+1200015.0
AA530TFNo110.7+110009.4
ORMEDTFNo110.8-9000
+7000
9.9-230
TAPTOTFNo128.020.5
AA519TFNo127.95.0
BOSIGTFNo127.9Left5.0-210
AA520TFNo037.9Left+60005.0
ITRENTFNo307.9+50003.4-210
xi)   UKILI 2J (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UKILIIF-FL 150-250
ORGADTFNo097.221.4
VEDEXTFNo102.6+110007.3
ITUGOTFNo102.5-900014.2
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
AA524TFNo127.95.0
GISVUTFNo128.0Right-50005.0-210
AA526TFNo218.0Right@40005.0
PEGUMTFNo307.9@40003.4-210
xii)   ATUDO 4D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ATUDOIF+12000-250
ITUGOTFNo029.1Right-900015.8
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
FMNo127.9
xiii)   ELOVU 1D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ELOVUIF-FL 150-250
MUVUMTFNo140.5+1000025.0
ITUGOTFNo146.3-90008.5
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
FMNo127.9
xiv)   EMERU 2D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EMERUIF-FL 160-250
TUGVATFNo210.8-1000015.6
TONKITFNo210.8-80009.6-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
FMNo127.9
xv)   GIDOB 1D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDOBIF-FL 150-250
ORGADTFNo116.620.4
VEDEXTFNo102.6+110007.3
ITUGOTFNo102.5-900014.2
TONKITFNo127.9-80006.9-230
LOXIXTFNo127.98.9
FMNo127.9
xvi)   GIDOB 2M (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDOBIF-FL 150-250
ORGADTFNo116.6+1100020.4
ORMEDTFNo135.0-9000
+7000
14.7-230
TAPTOTFNo128.020.5
FMNo128.0
xvii)   NOBTO 5D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOBTOIF-13000
+10000
-250
REXIGTFNo297.110.5-230
MERPUTFNo297.1+70006.7
FMNo339.0
xviii)   ROVOS 5D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ROVOSIF-13000
+10000
-250
KITOXTFNo288.5-1200010.3
GEXODTFNo288.4+60006.1-230
LORUPTFNo288.5-90004.5
LOXIXTFNo220.2Left4.9
FMNo127.9
xix)   UKILI 3D (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 31 L/R)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UKILIIF-FL 150-250
ORPEPTFNo114.5+1200015.0
AA530TFNo110.7+110009.4
ORMEDTFNo110.8-9000
+7000
9.9-230
TAPTOTFNo128.020.5
FMNo128.0
2.22.7 Approach Procedures
2.22.7.1 ILS Approach Procedure coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.7.1.1 ILS RWY 13R
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ORDAKIFNo@4000-210RNAV 1
KINILTFNo135.5@30008.1RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
IMSIGIFNo+5000-210RNAV 1
AA428TFNo127.8+40004.0RNAV 1
KINILTFNo127.8@30004.0RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
KINILIF@3000RNAV 1
SOKOVCFNo127.8@30004.0CONVENTIONAL
RW13RCFYes127.8+1359.0-3.0/57CONVENTIONAL
ITKOVCFNo127.8+4000-210RNAV 1
ITKOVHMNo127.8Right+40001 MIN-210RNAV 1
2.22.7.1.2 ILS RWY 31L
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
PEGUMIFNo@4000-210RNAV 1
LUBIKTFNo300.2@30008.1RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ITRENIFNo+5000-210RNAV 1
AA430TFNo307.9+40004.1RNAV 1
LUBIKTFNo307.9@30003.9RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
LUBIKIF@3000RNAV 1
EMOSUCFNo307.8@30004.0CONVENTIONAL
RW31LCFYes307.8+1389.0-3.0/55CONVENTIONAL
VEDEXCFNo307.7@4000-210RNAV 1
VUTOKTFNo264.7+4000-210RNAV 1
VUTOKHMNo264.7Right+40001 MIN-210RNAV 1
2.22.7.1.3 ILS RWY 13L
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ORDAKIFNo@4000-210RNAV 1
AA408TFNo127.7@30004.0RNAV 1
PUVODTFNo127.9@20004.0RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
IMSIGIFNo+5000-210RNAV 1
PUVODTFNo120.1@20008.1RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
PUVODIF@2000RNAV 1
RESIGCFNo127.9@20006.5CONVENTIONAL
RW13LCFYes127.8+1185.9-3.0/56CONVENTIONAL
AA415CFYes127.8-210RNAV 1
DASNUCFNo095.0-210RNAV 1
ALSOVTFNo126.2+400010.1-210RNAV 1
ALSOVHMNo126.2Left+40001 MIN-210RNAV 1
2.22.7.1.4 ILS RWY 31R
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
PEGUMIFNo@4000-210RNAV 1
AA420TFNo307.9@30004.1RNAV 1
SETRUTFNo307.9@20004.0RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ITRENIFNo+5000-210RNAV 1
SETRUTFNo315.5@20008.1RNAV 1
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
SETRUIF@2000RNAV 1
LOSOVCFNo307.8@20007.7CONVENTIONAL
RW31RCFYes307.8+1285.9-3.0/56CONVENTIONAL
AA416CFYes307.8-210RNAV 1
TADBUCFNo340.0-210RNAV 1
LUBUSTFNo315.1+40009.9-210RNAV 1
LUBUSHMNo315.1Right+40001 MIN-210RNAV 1
2.22.7.2 RNAV(RNP) Procedure coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.7.2.1 RWY 13L RNAV(RNP)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
RIDIBIFN+9000RNP 0.3
AA701TFN251.63.5-230RNP 0.3
ELEPORF
CENTRE
AA700
R=4.65 NM
NR4.7RNP 0.3
AA603TFN310.07.5-220RNP 0.3
AA602RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL4.0RNP 0.3
AA601RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
MENDURF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
SISUGIFN@8000RNP 0.3
ELEPOTFN307.66.6RNP 0.3
AA603TFN310.07.5-220RNP 0.3
AA602RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL4.0RNP 0.3
AA601RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
MENDURF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
TUMEXIFN-8000
+7000
RNP 0.3
AA604TFN334.65.7-220RNP 0.3
AA603RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL1.5-220RNP 0.3
AA602RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL4.0RNP 0.3
AA601RF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
MENDURF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
RIBUVIFN-230RNP 0.3
AA613TFN187.44.9RNP 0.3
AA601TFN188.8+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
MENDURF
CENTRE
AA600
R=3.47 NM
NL+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
PEKAXIFN-8000RNP 0.3
AA612TFN090.915.4-210RNP 0.3
AA611RF
CENTRE
AA610
R=3.89 NM
NR+30002.5-180RNP 0.3
MENDUTFN127.8+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
NOPNUIFN-9000RNP 0.3
AA623TFN299.9+400012.8-210RNP 0.3
AA622RF
CENTRE
AA620
R=3.4 NM
NR+40004.1RNP 0.3
AA621RF
CENTRE
AA620
R=3.4 NM
NR+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
MENDURF
CENTRE
AA620
R=3.4 NM
NR+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
MENDUIFN+1900RNP 0.3
LOVUBTFN127.8@13002.0-160RNP 0.3
RW13LTFY127.8@1124.0-2.8/50RNP 0.3
AA415TFN127.83.3-210RNP 0.3
AA631RF
CENTRE
AA630
R=3.26 NM
NL2.1-210RNP 1.0
DASNUTFN091.99.5-210RNP 1.0
ALSOVTFN126.2+400010.1-210RNP 1.0
ALSOVHMN126.2L+40001 MIN-210RNP 1.0
2.22.7.2.2 RWY 13R RNAV(RNP)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
RIDIBIFN+9000RNP 0.3
AA701TFN251.63.5-230RNP 0.3
ELEPORF
CENTRE
AA700
R=4.65 NM
NR4.7RNP 0.3
AA643TFN309.27.0-220RNP 0.3
AA642RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL5.6RNP 0.3
AA641RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
RETUXRF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+19003.6RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
SISUGIFN@8000RNP 0.3
ELEPOTFN307.66.6RNP 0.3
AA643TFN309.27.0-220RNP 0.3
AA642RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL5.6RNP 0.3
AA641RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
RETUXRF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+19003.6RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
TUMEXIFN-8000
+7000
RNP 0.3
AA644TFN336.94.8-220RNP 0.3
AA643RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL1.9-220RNP 0.3
AA642RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL5.6RNP 0.3
AA641RF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
RETUXRF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+19003.6RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
RIBUVIFN-230RNP 0.3
AA673TFN194.76.4RNP 0.3
AA641TFN179.6+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
RETUXRF
CENTRE
AA640
R=3.95 NM
NL+19003.6RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
PEKAXIFN-8000RNP 0.3
AA672TFN095.915.8-210RNP 0.3
AA671RF
CENTRE
AA670
R=3.54 NM
NR+30002.0-180RNP 0.3
RETUXTFN127.8R+19003.6RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
NOPNUIFN-9000RNP 0.3
AA653TFN294.6+400012.1-210RNP 0.3
AA652RF
CENTRE
AA650
R=3.4 NM
NR+40004.5RNP 0.3
AA651RF
CENTRE
AA650
R=3.4 NM
NR+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
RETUXRF
CENTRE
AA650
R=3.4 NM
NR+19003.6RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
RETUXIFN+1900RNP 0.3
ORSOBTFN127.8@13002.2-160RNP 0.3
RW13RTFY127.8@1283.9-2.8/50RNP 0.3
ITKOVTFN127.8+400015.2-210RNP 1.0
ITKOVHMN127.8R+40001 MIN-210RNP 1.0
2.22.7.2.3 RWY 31L RNAV(RNP)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ITUGOIFN-9000RNP 0.3
AA713TFN107.46.2-220RNP 0.3
AA712RF
CENTRE
AA710
R=4.26 NM
NR+40006.0-220RNP 0.3
AA711RF
CENTRE
AA710
R=4.26 NM
NR+30005.2-180RNP 0.3
KUSOKRF
CENTRE
AA710
R=4.26 NM
NR+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
TUGVAIFN-10000RNP 0.3
AA712TFN187.9+400010.7-220RNP 0.3
AA711RF
CENTRE
AA710
R=4.26 NM
NR+30005.2-180RNP 0.3
KUSOKRF
CENTRE
AA710
R=4.26 NM
NR+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ORMEDIFN-9000
+7000
-230RNP 0.3
AA723TFN138.611.6-210RNP 0.3
AA722RF
CENTRE
AA720
R=3.60 NM
NL4.9RNP 0.3
AA721RF
CENTRE
AA720
R=3.60 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
KUSOKRF
CENTRE
AA720
R=3.60 NM
NL+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
MERPUIFN+6500-230RNP 0.3
ITRENTFN338.7+50009.8RNP 0.3
AA771TFN307.9+300011.3-180RNP 0.3
KUSOKTFN307.8+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
GEXODIFN+6000-230RNP 0.3
AA772TFN246.411.9RNP 0.3
AA771RF
CENTRE
AA770
R=4.0 NM
NR+30004.3-180RNP 0.3
KUSOKTFN307.8+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
KUSOKIFNN/A+1900RNP 0.3
KATIGTFN307.8@13002.0-160RNP 0.3
RW31LTFY307.8@1333.9-2.8/50RNP 0.3
VEDEXTFN307.7@400014.2-210RNP 1.0
VUTOKTFN264.7+400010.3-210RNP 1.0
VUTOKHMN264.7R+40001 MIN-210RNP 1.0
2.22.7.2.4 RWY 31R RNAV(RNP)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ITUGOIFN-9000RNP 0.3
AA733TFN095.25.2-220RNP 0.3
AA732RF
CENTRE
AA730
R=4.26 NM
NR+40006.9-220RNP 0.3
AA731RF
CENTRE
AA730
R=4.26 NM
NR+30005.2-180RNP 0.3
IVEGURF
CENTRE
AA730
R=4.26 NM
NR+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
TUGVAIFN-10000RNP 0.3
AA732TFN187.7+40009.4-220RNP 0.3
AA731RF
CENTRE
AA730
R=4.26 NM
NR+30005.2-180RNP 0.3
IVEGURF
CENTRE
AA730
R=4.26 NM
NR+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
ORMEDIFN-9000
+7000
-230RNP 0.3
AA743TFN136.711.1-220RNP 0.3
AA742RF
CENTRE
AA740
R=3.89 NM
NL5.7RNP 0.3
AA741RF
CENTRE
AA740
R=3.89 NM
NL+30003.4-180RNP 0.3
IVEGURF
CENTRE
AA740
R=3.89 NM
NL+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
MERPUIFN+6500-230RNP 0.3
PEGUMTFN343.910.4RNP 0.3
AA761TFN307.9+300011.9-180RNP 0.3
IVEGUTFN307.8+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
GEXODIFN+6000-230RNP 0.3
AA762TFN251.611.6RNP 0.3
AA761RF
CENTRE
AA760
R=4.0 NM
NR+30003.9-180RNP 0.3
IVEGUTFN307.8+19003.7RNP 0.3
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)VPA/TCHNAV Specification
IVEGUIFN+1900RNP 0.3
RUDONTFN307.8@13002.0-160RNP 0.3
RW31RTFY307.8@1224.0-2.8/50RNP 0.3
AA416TFN307.82.7-210RNP 0.3
AA751RF
CENTRE
AA750
R=3.26 NM
NR2.0-210RNP 1.0
TADBUTFN342.87.7-210RNP 1.0
LUBUSTFN315.1+40009.9-210RNP 1.0
LUBUSHMN315.1R+40001 MIN-210RNP 1.0
2.22.8 Minimum Runway Occupancy Time
2.22.8.1 Arrivals

High Intensity Runway Operation requires all aircraft to exit the runway at the fastest speed commensurate with safety. Extended runway occupancy may result in the following aircraft being sent around.

Pilots should pre-plan their landing and roll out to target their planned exit taxiway (unless a specific taxiway has been assigned by ATC) that provides for a safe and expeditious exit from the runway, to reduce delays and maximise utilisation at all times.

Arriving aircraft are not to stop on any runway exit awaiting instructions from Ground Movement Control. If a landing aircraft cannot contact ABU DHABI GROUND due to frequency congestion, the pilot shall fully vacate the runway and hold position until contact with ABU DHABI GROUND can be established.

Pilots not able to comply with these requirements shall notify ATC as soon as possible.

2.22.8.2 Departures

ATC operate on the basis that each aircraft, when instructed to enter the runway, is ready for immediate departure upon receipt of an appropriate ATC clearance. Pilots shall ensure, commensurate with safety and standard operating procedures and on receipt of an appropriate ATC clearance, that they are able to taxi into the correct position and line-up on the runway as soon as the preceding aircraft has commenced its take-off run or its landing roll.

Cockpit checks and cabin readiness shall be completed before line-up and any checks requiring completion on the runway shall be kept to a minimum.

On receipt of take-off clearance, pilots shall commence take-off without delay.

Pilots not able to comply with these requirements shall notify ATC as soon as possible.

2.22.9 VFR Routes
2.22.9.1 VFR Routes have been established to and from OMAA and Yas Marina on Yas Island and apply to all VFR traffic requesting to enter or exit Abu Dhabi CTR.
2.22.9.2 A full description of the VFR Routes are available on the reverse of the VFR Route charts OMAA AD 2-91, AD 2-92 and AD 2-93.
2.22.9.3 Procedures applicable to the water operations at Yas Island.

Temporary deviations from the procedures specified below shall only be permitted subject to prior co-ordination on a case-by-case basis with the Abu Dhabi ATC Management. Any deviation shall be terminated as soon as the circumstances that caused the deviation cease to exist.

  1. Area of Operations
    1. The area of operations intended for landing or take-off is within the Abu Dhabi CTR and within 2 NM final for RWY 13L/R.
    2. The intended water operations will be in close proximity of Yas Island and near the Yas Marina and Yacht Club.
    3. Dock Location: 242714.64N 0543606.30E
  2. Use of VFR Routes

    VFR Routes as published in the UAE AIP reference OMAA AD 2-91, OMAA 2-92 and OMAA AD 2-93 shall normally be used, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.

  3. Start-up approval
    1. Prior to starting up the pilot will contact the Abu Dhabi Tower (Abu Dhabi Delivery) to obtain start-up approval and ATC Clearance.
    2. ATC shall pass relevant meteorological information, i.e. visibility and QNH.
  4. Departure Clearance, Departure and Cruise
    1. Once the aircraft has taxied to the water area of operation intended for departure, the pilot will contact Abu Dhabi Tower (South - ACS) to request a departure clearance.
    2. After obtaining a departure clearance the pilot will depart without delay (within 60 seconds) and report airborne to Abu Dhabi Tower (South - ACS) when passing 300 FT.

      Note: ATC shall not issue a “Cleared for take-off” but instead issue a “Depart own discretion”.

    3. The pilot will remain on the Abu Dhabi Tower (South - ACS) frequency until advised and will report when leaving the Abu Dhabi CTR.
    4. Outside controlled airspace the pilot may be requested to contact Abu Dhabi Information.
    5. Pilot request of a cruising level above 1500 FT (Class C airspace) shall be subject to the traffic situation and at the discretion of ATC.
  5. Approach and Landing
    1. When operating below 1500 FT (Class G airspace), the pilot will contact Abu Dhabi Information or Abu Dhabi Tower (South - ACS) not less than 5 minutes prior to requesting entry into the Abu Dhabi CTR.
    2. If traffic permits, ATC should issue an ATC Clearance to enter the Abu Dhabi CTR via a VFR Route or alternatively routing direct to destination.
    3. ATC may instruct the pilot to hold before crossing the extended centreline for ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL (OMAA) runways 13L/31R or 13R/31L.
    4. The pilot will report when established on final approach for the water area of operation intended for landing and subsequently report when he has landed (without delay).

      Note: ATC shall not issue a “Cleared to land” but instead issue a “Land own discretion”.

    5. Should traffic not be permitted entry into the Abu Dhabi CTR, the pilot should be instructed to remain outside the Abu Dhabi CTR.
  6. Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC)

    During IMC, amphibian aircraft may be delayed with regards to operating within the Abu Dhabi CTR as a Special VFR (SVFR) clearance would be required.

  7. Radio Communication Failure

    In the event of a Radio Communication Failure the pilot will proceed in accordance with procedures laid down in the UAE AIP and ICAO Annex 2.

  8. Emergency or Unusual Situation

    The pilot will advise ATC as soon as possible in the event of an emergency or unusual situation.

2.22.10 Aircraft Separation
2.22.10.1 Radar separation of 3 NM or the appropriate wake turbulence separation, whichever is greater, shall be applied between aircraft on final approach.
Aircraft involved in the procedure are being operated in standard configuration. It is the pilot's responsibility to inform ATC if they are operating their aircraft other than in the standard configuration.

OMAA AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1 Low visibility procedures
2.23.1.1 Low visibility safeguards shall be initiated not later than when:
  1. The reported meteorological visibility indicates less than 2500 M or,

  2. The reported cloud base is less than 500 FT

2.23.1.2 Low visibility operations shall be in force when:
  1. Visibility or RVR indicates less than 550 M or
  2. Ceiling less than 200 FT
2.23.1.3 RWY 13L/31R and RWY 31L are suitable for CAT IIIB operations by operators approved by the GCAA. Minimum RVR 50 M.
2.23.1.4 Selectable taxiway centreline lights are installed. Pilots shall follow ATC clearances in combination with selected high intensity taxiway centreline lights. Pilots shall not continue taxiing when the high intensity centreline lights are not illuminated.
2.23.1.5 During Low Visibility Operations pilots are required to use full length departure from the CAT III runway and associated holding position and take-off from:
  1. TWY E15/TWY D11 for RWY 31L
  2. TWY A18 for RWY 31R
  3. TWY A1 for RWY 13L
2.23.1.6 For arriving aircraft, available RWY exits will be illuminated. Pilots should vacate via the first convenient illuminated exit or as instructed by ATC.
The preferable RWY Exits are:
  1. TWY E8 for RWY 31L
  2. TWY A10 for RWY 31R
  3. TWY A13 for RWY 13L
2.23.1.7 Standard Low Visibility Taxi Routes are used, as indicated on the Charts. However, deviations could be made at ATC discretion. Pilots shall follow ATC taxi clearances on routes illuminated by route selectable high intensity centreline lights.
2.23.1.8 Taxiing guidance system at ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL airport:
2.23.1.8.1 The taxiing guidance system at ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL airport consists of stop bars and selectable segments of green taxiway centreline lights. The system guides arriving and departing aircraft between the runways and parking positions by the use of airfield lighting, referred to as "FOLLOW THE GREENS" concept. Cockpit crew will be guided by green taxiway centreline lights in front of the aircraft to provide dedicated, safe and efficient ground movement.
2.23.1.8.2 When a taxiing route is selected on by Tower controllers, corresponding segments of taxiway centreline lights on the maneuvering area are switched on.
2.23.1.8.3 A section of green centreline lights that are extinguished shall indicate that an aircraft is to hold awaiting onward clearance from ATC.
2.23.1.8.4 All taxiing guidance lights on taxiways leading to the runways and to TWY intersections terminate at the runway holding positions or Intermediate taxiway holding position where, by default, red stop bar lights remain ON unless deselected by the Tower controller.
2.23.1.8.5 When following the directional guidance provided by the green taxiway centreline lights and red stop bar lights, pilots are advised to also navigate their taxi route with reference to information and mandatory signs/markings provided at the airport so as to maintain positional awareness of their location at all times.
2.23.1.9 Taxi instructions using the green taxiway centreline lights.
2.23.1.9.1 ATC will use the phraseology "FOLLOW THE GREENS ....." when issuing a clearance to pilots to taxi along the directional guidance provided by the green taxiway centreline lights. The controller may use the expression "FOLLOW THE GREENS" in a taxi clearance instead of detailing the route to be followed. The instruction however will always include a clearance limit e.g. "Call-Sign TAXI TO HOLDING POINT E15 RUNWAY 31L FOLLOW THE GREENS"
2.23.1.9.2 When instructed to follow the greens by ATC, Flight crew are reminded of the extreme importance of maintaining a careful lookout and are at all times responsible for wing tip clearance. The use of the "FOLLOW THE GREENS" concept, in conditions other than when ATC is required to provide separation, does not necessarily provide separation where an aircraft following the clearance passes behind an aircraft holding on an adjoining taxiway or runway entry.
2.23.1.9.3 When instructed to follow the greens by ATC, the pilot must not taxi if there are no Green lights ahead.
2.23.1.10 Follow-me vehicle (FMV) will be used as follows:
2.23.1.10.1 For RWY 31R:
  • FMV will guide departing aircraft from their parking apron to the HP4 Stop bar located on TWY H.
  • Pilots shall expect to follow the greens to the holding point on TWY A18.
  • Landing aircraft shall expect to vacate RWY 31R via TWY A10, TWY A8, TWY A6 or TWY A1.
  • After vacating RWY 31R, pilots shall expect to follow the greens to the FMV pick-up at GP6 Stop bar on TWY G.
  • FMV will then guide arriving aircraft from pick-up point to the allocated parking stand.
2.23.1.10.2 For RWY 13L:
  • FMV will guide departing aircraft from their parking apron to the HP4 Stop bar located on TWY H.
  • Pilots shall expect to follow the greens to the holding point on TWY A1.
  • Landing aircraft shall expect to vacate RWY 13L via TWY A13 or TWY A18.
  • After vacating RWY 13L, pilots shall expect to follow the greens to the FMV pick-up at GP6 Stop bar on TWY G.
  • FMV will then guide arriving aircraft from pick-up point to the allocated parking stand.
2.23.2 Surface movement guidance and control system and markings

Stand identification / taxiway guide lines / visual docking / parking guidance system

2.23.2.1 Parking stands are indicated by illuminated signs, yellow numerals on blue background, positioned on satellite building.
2.23.2.2 Visual docking system installed on all stands.
2.23.2.3 Nose-wheel guidelines on taxiways and aprons.
2.23.2.4 Nose-in/push-back parking is mandatory on all stands.
2.23.2.5 Stand enumerators, lead-in lines and stop bar are painted on the apron surface.
  1. Continuous solid yellow lines for aircraft lead-in.

  2. Broken white lines for push-back.

2.23.2.6 Reflectors are installed on the lead-in lines which guide the pilots to follow till the stop bar.
2.23.2.7 Caution is advised due soft shoulders at taxiway intersections. Aircraft must remain on taxiway centre line at all times and follow taxiing instructions from ATC.
2.23.2.8 Stand Identification/Allocation
2.23.2.8.1 APRON
  1. Apron 1: 101, 102, 103, 111, 112, 113, 121, 122, 123, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135 and 136.
  2. Apron 2: 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 221 and 222.
  3. Apron 3: 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308 and 309.
  4. Apron 4: 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, and 419.
  5. Apron 5: 508, 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515 and 516.
  6. Apron 7:704, 705, 706, 707, 708, 709, 710, 711, 712, 713, 714 and 715.
  7. Apron 8: 801, 802, 803, 804 and 805.
2.23.2.8.2 PRESIDENTIAL FLIGHT APRON
2.23.2.8.2.1 Stand allocation-Parking as directed

Note: Aircraft expecting to park at Presidential Flight Apron shall contact Presidential Flight Operations on frequency 132.200 MHZ prior to landing for information and guidance.

  1. P1 - reserved
  2. P2, P3, P5, P6 and P7 - B744 and smaller aircraft.
  3. P8, P9, P10 and P11 - B737 and smaller aircraft.
  4. P12 and P13 - A388 and smaller aircraft.
  5. P14, P15, P16 and P17 - B744 and smaller aircraft.
2.23.2.8.2.2 Unless otherwise instructed by ATC arriving aircraft shall expect to enter via TWY E3 and departing aircraft shall expect to exit via TWY E
2.23.2.8.2.3 Helicopters are cautioned as to the presence of high floodlight masts adjacent to stands P12 to P17. The masts are illuminated by LIL red obstruction lights.
2.23.2.8.2.4 Aircraft departing Presidential Flight Apron shall contact Abu Dhabi Ground 10 minutes prior to anticipated start-up time to allow ATC to prepare for RWY inspection for VVIP departures.
2.23.2.8.3  General Aviation Apron
2.23.2.8.3.1 Stand allocation-Parking as directed
2.23.2.8.3.2 For fixed wing aircraft (Code C aircraft types or smaller) the entry and exit will be via TWY F5. Helicopters will normally use TWY F3 and F4.
2.23.2.8.3.3 When instructed by ATC arriving aircraft shall contact Abu Dhabi Aviation Operations (ADA) on frequency 122.800 MHz and expect "Follow Me" service.
2.23.2.8.3.4 After receiving start up clearance from ATC, departures shall contact ADA for taxi guidance on the General Aviation Apron.
2.23.2.8.3.5 Whether instructed by ADA or not, all aircraft exiting General Aviation Apron shall hold short of TWY F and contact Abu Dhabi Ground for further taxi clearance.

Note: TWY F between TWY F6 and E13 is used for helicopter operations. Taxiing aircraft are cautioned of the presence of landing/ departing helicopters.

2.23.3 Runway Visual Range
2.23.3.1 Transmissometers are available for reporting RVR on RWY 13L / 31R and RWY 13R / 31L. For locations see Chart OMAA AD 2-21
2.23.3.2 For radio transmission purposes the locations will be designated as:
ALPHA: Touchdown
BRAVO: One third down RWY
CHARLIE: Stop end
2.23.3.3 Visibility below 1500 M is reported in the following incremental steps:
50 M to 400 M: 25 M
400 M to 800 M: 50 M
800 M to 2000 M: 100 M
Note: See GEN 3.5.3.5 for reporting procedures
2.23.4 ATIS (DEP and ARR) via Data Link
2.23.4.1 ATlS (DEP and ARR) via data link are available. Aircraft equipped with ACARS will be able to use the data link service. Alternatively monitor the voice-ATIS (DEP and ARR).
2.23.5 Reduced Runway Separation Minima (RRSM)

Special landing and departing procedures may be utilized, at ABU DHABI / INTERNATIONAL for RWY 13L/31R and RWY 13R/31L, subject to the procedures and conditions shown hereunder.

Note: It is essential that aircrew adhere to OMAA AD 2.22.3 and OMAA AD 2.22.8 to reduce runway occupancy times and ensure the efficiency of operations during RRSM.
2.23.5.1 RRSM Procedure
Subject to the ‘conditions for the application of RRSM’ the following procedure(s) may be applied:
  1. Landing following landing

    When the runway-in-use is temporarily occupied by other traffic, landing clearance may be issued to an arriving aircraft, provided that the controller has reasonable assurance that the following separation distances/criteria will be met when the landing aircraft crosses the runway threshold:

    1. RWY 13L/31R

      The preceding landing aircraft has landed and has vacated the runway; or has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold of the runway (abeam TWY Z1 for RWY 13L; midway A8 and A10 for RWY 31R); and is in motion and will vacate the runway without stopping and/or backtracking.

    2. RWY 13R/31L

      The preceding landing aircraft has landed and has vacated the runway; or has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold of the runway (intersection of High Speed Exit TWY E10 & E12 for RWY13R; intersection of Rapid Exit TWY E7 & E8 for RWY 31L); and is in motion and will vacate the runway without stopping and/or backtracking.

  2. Landing following departure

    When the runway-in-use is temporarily occupied by other traffic, landing clearance may be issued to an arriving aircraft, provided that the controller has reasonable assurance that the following separation distances/criteria will be met when the landing aircraft crosses the runway threshold:

    1. RWY 13L/31R

      The preceding departing aircraft is/will be airborne and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold of the runway (abeam TWY Z1 for RWY 13L; midway A8 and A10 for RWY 31R).

    2. RWY 13R/31L

      The preceding departing aircraft is/will be airborne and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold of the runway (intersection of High Speed Exit TWY E10 & E12 for RWY 13R; intersection of Rapid Exit TWY E7 & E8 for RWY 31L).

  3. Departure following departure

    Take-off clearance may be issued to a departing aircraft, commencing its take-off roll from full length, before the preceding departure has passed the upwind end of the runway; provided:

    1. RWY 13L/31R

      The preceding aircraft is airborne, and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold of the runway (abeam TWY Z1 for RWY 13L; midway A8 and A10 for RWY 31R) and minimum separation continues to exist, constant or increasing, between the two departing aircraft immediately after take-off of the second aircraft.

    2. RWY 13R/31L

      The preceding aircraft is airborne, and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold of the runway (intersection of Rapid Exit TWY E10 & E12 for RWY13R; intersection of Rapid Exit TWY E7 & E8 for RWY 31L) and minimum separation continues to exist, constant or increasing, between the two departing aircraft immediately after take-off of the second aircraft.

2.23.5.2 Conditions for the application of RRSM
RRSM may be applied H24 between:
  1. A departing aircraft and a succeeding landing aircraft using a single runway; or
  2. Two successive landing aircraft; or
  3. Two successive departing aircraft.

Provided:

  1. Tail wind does not exceed 5 KT, and there are no reports of wind shear.
  2. Meteorological visibility shall be equal to or greater than 5 KM and the cloud ceiling shall not be lower than 1000 FT and the Air Traffic Controller is satisfied that the pilot of the following aircraft will be able to observe the relevant traffic clearly and continuously.
  3. Traffic information shall be provided to the flight crew of the succeeding aircraft concerned.
  4. The runway is dry and there is no evidence that the braking action may be adversely affected.
  5. The controller is able to assess separation visually or by radar derived information. The surveillance system that provides the controller with position information shall be utilised in combination with visual means and shall be serviceable at all times.
  6. Wake turbulence separation minima shall be applied.
  7. Minimum separation continues to exist between two departing aircraft immediately after take-off of the second aircraft.
  8. In order to ensure that the preceding aircraft vacates the runway in a timely manner, the pilot shall be advised of the exit at which to plan to vacate.
2.23.5.3 Traffic Information Phraseology for pilot of the following aircraft
When applying RRSM in a scenario where the runway is temporarily occupied by previously landed or departing aircraft, ATC shall provide a warning (traffic information) to the following aircraft when issuing the landing clearance or departure clearance. The following examples illustrate ICAO standard phraseology that shall be used for reduced runway separation
  1. Landing Clearance Phraseology
    1. "(Call sign) (traffic information i.e. aircraft type & vacating point), wind (direction(°) /speed (kts)) Runway (number) cleared to land"
    2. "(Call sign) (traffic information i.e. aircraft type departing ahead), wind (direction(°) /speed (kts)), Runway (number) cleared to land"
  2. Departing Clearance Phraseology

    "(Call sign) (traffic information i.e. aircraft type departing ahead), wind (direction(°) /speed (kts)), Runway (number) cleared for take-off"

2.23.6 Use of Parallel Runways
2.23.6.1 The Abu Dhabi International Airport runways are 2,000 M apart and comply with ICAO requirements for Simultaneous Operations of Instrument Runways (SOIR).
  1. Segregated Runway Operations, i.e. one runway exclusively for arrivals and one exclusively for departures, are normally in use during busy arrival and departure times.
  2. Dependent Parallel Instrument Approaches shall be used as per ICAO Doc 9643 SOIR Mode 2 during peak arrival times and at other times as required by ATC with minimum 3 NM separation.
  3. During periods of reduced traffic demand, single runway, mixed-mode operations are used.
  4. During inbound peak-hours aircraft can expect to be vectored to either of the parallel runways to optimize the arrival sequence.
  5. ATIS will transmit “Parallel approaches in progress. Primary arrival runway is [identifier for main landing runway]”.” during peak arrival times when both runways are being used for arrivals.
  6. Pilots should exercise caution when selecting the ILS frequency.
  7. Pilots requiring the use of RWY 13L / 31R for aircraft performance reasons outside of the times when Parallel Runway Operations are in use should advise ATC at the earliest opportunity. Efforts will be made to make RWY 13L / 31R available; however, delay may be experienced as returning this runway to service may take in excess of 15 minutes.
  8. RWY 13L / 31R should not be assumed to be available as a diversion alternate to RWY 13R / 31L.
2.23.6.2 During Parallel Runway Operations pilots should take special care to comply with all ATC instructions due to:
  1. Aircraft landing RWY 13L / 31R will be required to cross RWY 13R / 31L to access parking stands;
  2. Military aircraft operating from OMAA north of RWY 13L / 31R will be required to cross RWY 13L / 31R to facilitate access to and from the military apron;
  3. Military aircraft can be expected to depart from RWY 13L / 31R and arrival aircraft should be aware that there may be departing traffic with possible increased arrival spacing to facilitate.
2.23.6.3 During Parallel Runway Operations, in the event of a blockage/unserviceability on the arrival runway, ATC will initiate single runway, mixed-mode operations and reposition aircraft to the available runway accordingly.
2.23.6.4 Training flights will not be facilitated at Abu Dhabi International Airport during Parallel Runway Operations.
2.23.7 Wind Shear Warnings
2.23.7.1 General
  1. ‘Forecast’ is used when the phenomenon is only forecast by NCM
  2. ‘Reported’ is used when the phenomenon has been confirmed by a pilot report
  3. ‘Observed’ is used when the phenomenon is confirmed by ACARS, the Aerodrome wind-profiler, or other wind measurement equipment on the aerodrome.
  4. Wind Shear Warnings shall be issued where a 15 KT or greater Wind Shear has been either ‘Forecast’, ‘Reported’ or ‘Observed’, these will be updated with appropriate and confirmed updated data, those updates typically being 5 KT increments.
  5. Wind Shear reports added to a METAR shall be as per ICAO Annex 3, Appendix 3, Table A3-2.
2.23.7.2 Wind Shear Warnings passed by ATC
  1. Wind Shear Warnings shall be broadcast on the approach frequencies and shall be passed to each aircraft on the Tower frequency.
  2. Wind Shear Warnings shall be passed to aircraft for a period of 30 MIN after receipt of the last report.
  3. Examples of the phraseology used by ATC to pass wind shear warnings:
    1. ‘Wind shear Reported plus 15 KT RWY 13 departure’;
    2. ‘Wind shear Forecast minus 20 KT RWY 31 departure’;
    3. ‘Wind shear Observed minus 25 KT RWY 31 arrival’;
2.23.7.3 Wind Shear Warnings on ATIS
  1. Wind Shear Warning issued by NCM or received from an aircraft will be broadcast on both the departure and arrival ATIS.
  2. Wind Shear Warnings shall be broadcast for a period of 30 MIN after receipt of the last Warning. The message format in 2.23.7.2 shall be used on ATIS.
2.23.7.4 Pilot Reports of Wind Shear

For the benefit of subsequent aircraft and for validation and further enhancement of the low-level wind shear, pilots are requested to inform ATC if they experience any wind shear on arrival or departure, irrespective of whether an alert has been given. ATC will pass such reports to following aircraft and the MET Office. Pilot reports should conform to the requirements of ICAO Annex 3, Appendix 4, section 4.1.

2.23.7.5 1000 FT Winds

If a Wind Shear Alert has been issued, aircraft may be requested by ATC to state the 1000 FT winds when able. ATC will then subsequently pass this information onto following aircraft whilst the Wind Shear Alert is in force.

OMAA AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

AD CHART - ICAO (Chart OMAA-AD-2-21A)
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HELIPORT CHART - ICAO (Chart OMAA-AD-2-21B)
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AIRCRAFT PARKING AND DOCKING CHART - ICAO (Chart OMAA-AD-2-22A)
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AIRCRAFT PARKING AND DOCKING CHART APRON 7 - ICAO (Chart OMAA-AD-2-22B)
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AD GROUND MOVEMENT CHART - ICAO (Chart OMAA-AD-2-23)
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HOT SPOT AREAS CHART (Chart OMAA-AD-2-24)
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HOT SPOT AREAS TEXT (Text OMAA-AD-2-24)
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LOW VIS TAXI RTE RWY 31R (Chart OMAA-AD-2-25A)
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LOW VIS TAXI RTE RWY 31L (Chart OMAA-AD-2-25B)
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LOW VIS TAXI RTE RWY 13L (Chart OMAA-AD-2-25C)
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STOP BARS AND INTERMEDIATE TAXIWAY HOLDING POSITIONS (Chart OMAA-AD-2-26)
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AD OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO TYPE A - OPERATING LIMITATIONS RWY 31R (Chart OMAA-AD-2-31)
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AD OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO TYPE A - OPERATING LIMITATIONS RWY 13R (Chart OMAA-AD-2-32)
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AD OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO TYPE A - OPERATING LIMITATIONS RWY 31L (Chart OMAA-AD-2-33)
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AD OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO TYPE A - OPERATING LIMITATIONS RWY 13L (Chart OMAA-AD-2-34)
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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART - ICAO RWY 31L (Chart OMAA-AD-2-35)
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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART - ICAO RWY 13L (Chart OMAA-AD-2-36)
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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART - ICAO RWY 13R (Chart OMAA-AD-2-37)
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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART - ICAO RWY 31R (Chart OMAA-AD-2-38)
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STAR - ICAO RWY 13L/R RNAV1 ATUDO 2A, ELOVU 3A, EMERU 2A, GIDOB 3A, NOBTO 6A, NOBTO 2H, ROVOS 5A, ROVOS 3H, UKILI 2A(Chart OMAA-AD-2-43A)
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STAR - ICAO RWY 13L/R RNAV1 ATUDO 4B, ELOVU 2B, EMERU 1B, GIDOB 2B, NOBTO 5B, ROVOS 4B, UKILI 1B(Chart OMAA-AD-2-43B)
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STAR - ICAO RWY 31L/R RNAV1 ATUDO 2C, ELOVU 2C, EMERU 3C, GIDOB 2C, GIDOB 3J, NOBTO 6C, NOBTO 3J, ROVOS 6C, ROVOS 3J, UKILI 4C, UKILI 2J (Chart OMAA-AD-2-45A)
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STAR - ICAO RWY 31L/R RNAV1 ATUDO 4D, ELOVU 1D, EMERU 2D, GIDOB 1D, GIDOB 2M, NOBTO 5D, ROVOS 5D, UKILI 3D (Chart OMAA-AD-2-45B)
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SID - ICAO RWY 13L RNAV1 ATUDO 5F, BOSEV 1F, DAXIB 1F, KANIP 3F, LORID 1F, MEKRI 1F, ORNEL 1F, TULON 1F(Chart OMAA-AD-2-47A)
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SID - ICAO RWY 13R RNAV1 ATUDO 5G, BOSEV 1G, DAXIB 1G, KANIP 3G, LORID 1G, MEKRI 1G, ORNEL 1G, TULON 1G (Chart OMAA-AD-2-47B)
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SID - ICAO RWY 31L RNAV1 ATUDO 3K, BOSEV 1K, DAXIB 1K, KANIP 1U, KANIP 3K, LORID 1K, MEKRI 2K, ORNEL 1K, TULON 1K (Chart OMAA-AD-2-48A)
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SID - ICAO RWY 31R RNAV1 ATUDO 3P, BOSEV 1P, DAXIB 1P, KANIP 1N, KANIP 3P, LORID 1P, MEKRI 1P, ORNEL 1P, TULON 1P (Chart OMAA-AD-2-48B)
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ATC SURVEILLANCE MNM ALT CHART - ICAO (Chart OMAA-AD-2-51)
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ATC SURVEILLANCE MNM ALT TEXT (Text OMAA-AD-2-51-1)
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ATC SURVEILLANCE MNM ALT TEXT (Text OMAA-AD-2-51-2)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 13R ILS CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-61)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 31L ILS CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-62)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 13R VOR CAT A-D (Chart OMAA-AD-2-63)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 31L VOR CAT A-D (Chart OMAA-AD-2-64)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 13L ILS CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-65)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 31R ILS CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-66)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 13L RNAV (RNP) CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-71)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 13R RNAV (RNP) CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-72)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 31L RNAV (RNP) CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-73)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 31R RNAV (RNP) CAT A-DL (Chart OMAA-AD-2-74)
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VFR RTE CHART (Chart OMAA-AD-2-91)
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VFR RTE TEXT (Text OMAA-AD-2-91)
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VFR RTE CHART YAS MARINA (Chart OMAA-AD-2-92)
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VFR RTE YAS MARINA TEXT (Text OMAA-AD-2-92)
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VFR RTE CHART SWEIHAN (Chart OMAA-AD-2-93)
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VFR RTE SWEIHAN TEXT (Text OMAA-AD-2-93)
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