OMDW — DUBAI / AL MAKTOUM INTERNATIONAL

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OMDW AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

OMDW — DUBAI / AL MAKTOUM INTERNATIONAL

OMDW AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP coordinates and site at AD
245506N 0551032E At centre of existing and future RWYs, perpendicular to midpoint of RWY 12 / 30
2Direction and distance from (city)20 NM south west of Dubai city
3Elevation/Reference temperature171 FT / 42.5° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN-112 FT
5MAG VAR/Annual change2° E (2018) / NIL
6AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS
Post:Dubai Airports
P.O. BOX 2525
DUBAI
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

AIRPORT OPERATIONS CONTROL CENTRE
Tel:+971 4 504 5000
Email:aocc@dubaiairports.ae
SITA:DWCADXH
7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR / VFR
8RemarksOMDW operates as a IATA level 2 slot coordinated airport. No operator shall operate to or from OMDW without first obtaining clearance from Airport Coordination Limited (ACL) and subject to landing permission from the DCAA. Schedules should be sent in IATA SSIM format to ACL in the time scales specified by the IATA schedules calendar to the address below.
Email: slots@acl-international.com
FAX: +44 (0) 208 564 0691
Aircraft greater in size than ICAO Code F (Wingspan Greater than 80 M) must provide 72 hour advance notice to the aerodrome in addition to a slot request to ACL.

Email: complianceteam@dubaiairports.ae
EFTA operates to the South of OMDW RWY 12 / 30. EFTA RWY 13/31 is not available for commercial aircraft. Operators are to be aware of high intensity training activities in this area.

OMDW AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD AdministrationH24
2Customs and immigrationH24
3Health and sanitationH24
4AIS Briefing OfficeH24
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)H24
6MET Briefing OfficeH24
7ATSH24
8FuellingH24
9HandlingH24
10SecurityH24
11De-icingNIL
12RemarksPrior permission required for training flights.
EFTA operations between 0200 - 1800 UTC only.

OMDW AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesComplete semi - automatic facilities
2Fuel/oil typesJet A1: Emojet, ENOC, Shell, Air BP, Total, Chevron

Note: Chevron fuel must be arranged in advance. H24 telephone +971 50 5526 712

Oil: All grades
3Fuelling facilities/capacityHydrant fuelling available, on all stands with the exception of:
S804‐S812,G100‐G102 and G3‐G16,
EFTA: 11E‐14E,11W‐14W,21E‐24E,21W‐24W,31E‐34E,31W‐34W,41E‐44E,41W‐44W,51E‐54E and 51W‐54W.
Limited bowser service also available.
4De-icing facilitiesNIL
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftNIL
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftNIL
7RemarksNIL

OMDW AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsHotel accommodation available in Dubai City and Jebel Ali
2RestaurantsH24
3TransportationTaxis, buses and rental cars.
4Medical facilitiesMedical Centre at airport.
Emirates Medical Centre (EFTA only).
Hospitals in Dubai City and Jebel Ali.
5Bank and Post OfficeATM available, Post Office N/A
6Tourist OfficeAvailable
7RemarksNIL

OMDW AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 9 (CAT 10 on request).
EFTA: CAT 3.
2Rescue equipment3 Major Foam Vehicles, 1 Incident Command Vehicle, 1 Mobile Incident Command Centre, 2 Water/Foam Support Vehicles and 1 Rescue Stairs.
EFTA: 1 Major Foam Vehicle.
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftLifting and hydraulic jacks supplied through SLA (Service Level Agreement) with Emirates Airlines for aircraft sizes upto and including A380
4Remarks3 Airside Fire Stations in operation
1 reserve Major Foam Vehicle will be activated if CAT 10 is requested. Advanced notice is required during slot request to ACL. In the event of an unscheduled requirement, ATC is required to be notified on approach.
EFTA: 1 Airside Fire Station in operation

OMDW AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipmentNIL
2Clearance prioritiesNIL
3RemarksAerodrome is available all season. There is no requirement for clearing.

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

1Apron surface and strength

Refer Table 1 for Apron details

Refer Table 2 for EFTA-Apron details

2Taxiway width, surface and strength

Refer Table 3 for Taxiway details

Refer Table 4 for EFTA-Taxiway details

3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Each APRON area is designated as altimeter check location. Declared elevations as follows are the average for that location. Sierra 2: 116 FT, Sierra 3: 121 FT, Sierra 4: 132 FT, Sierra 8: 157 FT, Golf 100 - Golf 102 149 FT, Golf 152 FT
APRON 1 – APRON 5: 152 FT.

4VOR checkpoints

NIL

5INS checkpoints

see Parking /Docking Charts

6Remarks

There is a change in gradient of 2.5% when crossing TWY V from TWY W1 and between TWY W16 to TWY W21. Additional engine thrust may be required. Following aircraft should maintain a safe distance.

All taxiways/taxilanes are code F compliant except for taxiways TXL Z9, TXL Z10, TXL Z13, TXL Z14, TXL Z15, TXL Z16, TXL Z17 , TXL Z20, TWY Z91 and TWY Z92 which are code C.

APRON 1 – APRON 5 are exclusive for EFTA use only.

TWY A, TWY A1 to TWY A7, TWY Z12S and TWY L1 to TWY L6 are exclusive for EFTA use only.

All EFTA taxiways/taxilanes: Code B compliant except for taxiways A1, A2, A6, A7 and Z12S, which are Code A.

Taxilanes Z13 and Z14 only available during special events.

All EFTA aprons:
Maximum ramp weight 5,700 KG

Maximum tyre pressure 1.14 MPa / 166 psi.

Apron DesignationSurfacePCNNotes
Table 1: Apron details
S2Concrete72/R/B/W/T
S3Concrete90/R/A/W/TStands S320-323 are used for based rotary operations only and are not included.
Stands S340 and S341 are dual-use (designated H1 and H2 for itinerant helicopter parking).
36 stands if MARS configuration used for: S342L, S342R, S343L, S343R, S346L and S346R.
S4Concrete90/R/A/W/T
S8Concrete90/R/A/W/T
G (1-17)Concrete62/R/B/W/TG10-G11; G14-15 and G17 box stands
G (100-103)Concrete86/R/B/W/TBox stands
Apron DesignationNumber of StandsSurfacePCNNotes
Table 2: EFTA-Apron details
APRON 14Interlock paving6/R/B/Y/TAircraft can park on each stand either east or west.
APRON 24Interlock paving6/R/B/Y/TAircraft can park on each stand either east or west.
APRON 34Interlock paving6/R/B/Y/TAircraft can park on each stand either east or west.
APRON 44Interlock paving6/R/B/Y/TAircraft can park on each stand either east or west.
APRON 54Interlock paving6/R/B/Y/TAircraft can park on each stand either east or west.
DesignationICAO CodeLength (M)Width (M)Shoulder either side (M)Strip (M) (minimum)SurfacePCN
* Taxilane
Table 3: Taxiway details
UF4662518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
U4F5702518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
VF45262518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2518115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V1F2152518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F1002518115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V2F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F1003018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V3F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F1003018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V4F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F1003018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V6F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V7F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V8F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V9F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V10F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V11F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V12F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V13F4302518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
V16F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F3018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V17F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F3018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V18F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F3018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V19F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F3018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V20F2153018115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F3018115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
V21F2152518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2518115Concrete120/R/A/W/T
WF45262518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2518115Concrete120/R/B/W/T
W1F1002518115Concrete140/R/B/W/T
W2F1002518115Concrete140/R/B/W/T
W3F1002518115Concrete140/R/B/W/T
W4F1002518115Concrete140/R/B/W/T
W7F3122518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W8F3122518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W9F1002518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W10F3122518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W11F3122518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W12F1002518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W13F1002518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W14F3122518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W15F3122518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
W16F1002518115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2122518115Concrete140/R/A/W/T
W17F1003718115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2123718115Concrete140/R/A/W/T
W18F1003818115Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2123818115Concrete140/R/A/W/T
W19F3123718115Concrete140/R/A/W/T
W20F3123718115Concrete140/R/A/W/T
W21F3122518115Concrete140/R/A/W/T
Z*F45522518Asphalt140/F/A/X/T
F2518Concrete90/R/A/W/T
Z5*F12232518Concrete72/R/B/W/T
Z6*F12232518Concrete90/R/A/W/T
Z7*F12232518Concrete90/R/A/W/T
Z8*F12232518Concrete90/R/A/W/T
Z9*C710185Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z10*C7101812Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z11*F15152518Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z12*F15152518Asphalt71/F/B/W/T
Z13*C4431816Asphalt55/F/B/W/T
Z14*C5421816Asphalt55/F/B/W/T
Z15*C5721816Asphalt55/F/B/W/T
Z16*C4311816Asphalt55/F/B/W/T
Z17*C4311816Asphalt55/F/B/W/T
Z20*C5721816Asphalt55/F/B/W/T
Z21*F1002518Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z22*F1002518Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z23*F1002518Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z24*F1002518Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z51F3062518Concrete72/R/B/W/T
Z52F3062518Concrete72/R/B/W/T
Z53F3062518Concrete72/R/B/W/T
Z54F3062518Concrete72/R/B/W/T
Z71F3062518Concrete90/R/B/W/T
Z72F3062518Concrete90/R/B/W/T
Z73F3062518Concrete90/R/B/W/T
Z74F3062518Concrete90/R/B/W/T
Z91C190184Concrete86/R/B/W/T
Z92C190184Concrete86/R/B/W/T
DesignationICAO CodeLength (M)Width (M)Shoulder either side (M)Strip (M) (minimum)SurfacePCN
*Taxilane
Table 4: EFTA-Taxiway details
AB183810N/A40Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A1A8810N/A31Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A2A8811N/A31Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A3B13011N/A40Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A4B9012N/A40Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A5B13011N/A40Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A6A9011N/A31Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
A7A9010N/A31Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
Z12SA23211N/A31Asphalt6/F/B/Y/T
L1*B1188N/AInterlock paving6/R/B/Y/T
L2*B1188N/AInterlock paving6/R/B/Y/T
L3*B1188N/AInterlock paving6/R/B/Y/T
L4*B1188N/AInterlock paving6/R/B/Y/T
L5*B14011N/AInterlock paving6/R/B/Y/T
L6*B1188N/AInterlock paving6/R/B/Y/T

OMDW AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

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

see AD 2.23.3

2RWY and TWY markings

RWY 12/30: designation, side stripes, pre - THR, transverse stripe, CL, TDZ, aiming point

RWY 13/31 : designation, side stripes, displaced THR, transverse stripe, CL, TDZ, aiming point.

TWY: CAT I and CAT II/III holding positions.

3Stop bars

Standard ICAO markings

4Remarks

RWY 13/31 exclusively used for EFTA operations.

OMDW AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

To acquire Area 2 electronic obstacle data, contact details are available in GEN 3.1.6

Electronic obstacle data for Area 3 are not available.

In approach/TKOF areas
Obstacle ID DesignationObstacle typeObstacle PositionElevationLighting Type/ColorRemarks
30_LOC_FFMNAVAID245304.6N 0551058.1E183 FTNIL12 TOCS
12_LOC_FFMNAVAID245431.0N 0550821.9E126 FTYES/RED30 TOCS
30_LOC_OBS _LIGHTNAVAID245430.1N 0550821.9E125 FTYES/RED30 TOCS
30_LOC_OBS _LIGHTNAVAID245431.4N 0550822.8E125 FTYES/RED30 TOCS
13 APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID245216.1N 0550905.9E162 FTNIL31 TOCS
31 APPROACH LIGHTNAVAID245141.9N 0551007.6E162 FTNIL13 TOCS
In circling area and at AD
Obstacle ID DesignationObstacle typeObstacle PositionElevationLighting Type/ColorRemarks
ATC TOWERCONTROL_TOWER245320.0N 0550926.2E443 FTYES/REDNIL
30_GP_OBSNAVAID245319.0N 0551040.4E221 FTYES/REDNIL
12_GP_OBSNAVAID245424.0N 0550842.9E172 FTYES/REDNIL
RADARNAVAID245358.9N 0550947.4E245 FTYES/REDNIL
GMR_EASTNAVAID2453353.3N 0551030.1E274 FTYES/REDNIL
GMR_WESTNAVAID245422.5N 0550904.7E236 FTYES/REDNIL
VHF_MASTNAVAID245347.1N 0551008.7E227 FTYES/REDNIL
VHF_MASTNAVAID245410.7N 0550926.1E209 FTYES/REDNIL
FIRE STATION FLOODLIGHTNAVAID245204.2N 0550942.8E229 FTYES/REDNIL
TOWER_AERIALAERIAL245203.4N 0550944.2E229 FTNONIL
MASTMAST_LIT245028.6N 0550903.2E308 FTYES/REDNIL

OMDW AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1Associated MET OfficeDubai MET
2Hours of service
MET Office outside hours
H24
NIL
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
OMDB MET
30 HR, issued every 6 HR
4Trend forecast and Interval of issuanceTREND H24, issued every 1/2 HR
5Briefing/consultation providedT, D Internet
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
C, TB
English
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationP 50 - 450 , SWH, SWM, SWL
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationSatellite Imagery,
Weather Radar
9ATS units provided with informationOMDW
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
Tel:+971 4 504 2990
Tel:+971 4 504 2987
Wind Shear Warnings. Refer to OMDW AD 2.23.7
Abbreviations (from Doc 8126)
P = Personal, T = Telephone, D = Self-Briefing Display, C = Charts,
TB = Tabular Data, P50 - 450 = Prognostic Upper Air Chart FL50-FL450,
SWH = Significant Weather High (Chart), SWM = Significant Weather Medium (Chart),
SWL = Significant Weather Low (Chart) Internet: www.avmet.ae - Registration required
Mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures (˚C) for each month of the year
JANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPOCTNOVDEC
Maximum
Minimum
25
13
27
14
30
16
35
21
40
24
41
26
44
30
43
29
41
27
37
23
31
18
26
15

OMDW AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations
RWY NR
TRUE & MAG BRGDimensions of RWY(M)Strength (PCN) and
surface of RWY and SWY
THR coordinates
RWY end coordinates
THR geoid undulation
THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APP RWY
123456
12121° / 119°4500 x 60140/F/A/X/T
Asphalt
245425.74N 0550831.45E
-111.5 FT
115.2 FT
118.4 FT
30301° / 299°4500 x 60140/F/A/X/T
Asphalt
245309.88N 0551048.54E
-111.5 FT
170.7 FT
170.7 FT
13121° / 119°1838 x 306/F/B/Y/T
Asphalt
245211.90N 0550913.41E
245143.45N 0551004.82E
-111.5 FT
155.4 FT
NIL
31301° / 299°1838 x 306/F/B/Y/T
Asphalt
245145.98N 0551000.25E
245214.43N 0550908.84E
-111.5 FT
155.4 FT
155.0 FT
Slope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESA (M)Arresting system
789101112
12+0.11% (first 1762.5 M)
+0.5% (next 2737.5 M)
NILNILNIL4620 x 300237 x 150Not Implemented
30-0.5% (first 2737.5 M)
-0.11% (next 1762.5 M)
NILNILNIL4620 x 300237 x 150
130%NILNILNIL1958 x  150120 x 80
31NILNILNIL1958 x  150120 x 80
Obstacle Free ZoneRemarks
1314
12Provided in accordance with UAE Civil Aviation Regulations, Part IX, 3.4.11 - Obstacle Control Compliant with ICAO Annex 14, Chapter 4 Compliant with PANS-OPS Volume II
  1. RWY 12/30 will be closed for planned maintenance every Monday from 11:00 to 14:00 UTC
  2. RWY 13/31 will be closed daily from 18:00 to 02:00 UTC
  3. RWY 13/31 exclusively used for EFTA operations.
  4. RWY strip surface for both runways are asphalt & compacted earth
  5. RWY 13/31 THR displaced by 150 M
30
13
31

OMDW AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
124500450045004500NIL
304500450045004500NIL
12445244524452Take-off from V2
12435243524352Take-off from V3
12425242524252Take-off from V4
12303030303030Take-off from V6
12303030303030Take-off from U4
12258025802580Take-off from V8
12212221222122Take-off from V10
12167216721672Take-off from V12
30439043904390Take-off from V20
30428842884288Take-off from V19
30418841884188Take-off from V18
30408840884088Take-off from V17
30399539953995Take-off from V16
30298029802980Take-off from V13
30253025302530Take-off from V11
30207220722072Take-off from V9
30162216221622Take-off from V7
131838183818381688EFTA
311838183818381688EFTA
13180418041804Take-off from A2 EFTA
31180418041804Take-off from A6 EFTA

OMDW AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY
Designator
APCH 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
12ICAO CAT IIIB LIH precision approach lighting system including distance coded CL with sequence flashing lights from 900 M to 330 M. Flashing RTILLIH uni - directional green with wing barsPAPI 3˚, PAPI / ILS disharmony - on slope ILS flight may show fly up PAPI indicationsLIH white uni - directional 900 M long, 30 M spacingLIH bi ‐ directional, 15 M spacing, first 3600 M white, next 600 M alternate red / white, last 300 M redLIH bi - directional, 60 M spacing, first 3900 M white, last 600 M yellow11 LIH uni - directional red lights, spaced 6 M across RWY endNILSide row lights - red side row barrettes extending 270 M from THR.
RET indicator lights - LIH yellow lights with 2 M lateral spacing at distances of 300 M (3 lights), 200 M (2 lights) and 100 M (1 light) from the RET point of tangency
30ICAO CAT IIIB LIH precision approach lighting system including distance coded CL with sequence flashing lights from 900 M to 330 M. Flashing RTILLIH uni - directional green with wing barsPAPI 3˚, PAPI / ILS disharmony - on slope ILS flight may show fly up PAPI indicationsLIH white uni - directional 900 M long, 30 M spacingLIH bi ‐ directional, 15 M spacing, first 3600 M white, next 600 M alternate red / white, last 300 M redLIH bi - directional, 60 M spacing, first 3900 M white, last 600 M yellow11 LIH uni - directional red lights, spaced 6 M across RWY endNILSide row lights - red side row barrettes extending 270 M from THR. Runway exit taxiways V17 to V20 are not lit in the direction viewed from the runway.
RET indicator lights - LIH uni - directional yellow lights with 2 M lateral spacing at distances of 300 M (3 lights), 200 M (2 lights) and 100 M (1 light) from the RET point of tangency
13ICAO SALS, 420 M LIH.LIH Uni - directional green with wing barsPAPI 3˚ LEFT onlyNILNILLIH bi - directional, 60M spacing, first 150M red, white until 600M from RWY end, last 600M yellow6 LIH uni - directional red lights, spaced 4.4M across RWY endNILNIL
31ICAO SALS, 420 M LIHLIH Uni - directional green with wing barsPAPI 3˚ LEFT onlyNILNILLIH bi - directional, 60M spacing, first 150M red, white until 600M from RWY end, last 600M yellow6 LIH uni - directional red lights, spaced 4.4M across RWY endNILNIL

OMDW AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and operational hours

NIL

2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
WDI
NIL
Anemometers RWY 12/30 installed mid - point of the RWY located 220 M (N) of RWY CL.
WDI RWY 12 THR: located 120 M from the RWY CL on the left side (N) and 335 M beyond the THR abeam to TWY V5.
WDI RWY 30 THR: located 120 M from the RWY CL on the right side (N) and 400 M beyond the THR abeam to TWY V18.
WDI FATO 12: located 120 M from TXL Z CL on the left side (N) and 383 M beyond THR abeam TWY Holding Point ZC.
WDI FATO 30: located 120 M from TXL Z CL on the right side (N) and 436 M beyond THR abeam TWY Holding Point ZD.

AWOS (Anemometer) RWY 13 THR: located 71 M from the RWY CL on the left side (N) and 300 M beyond the THR.
AWOS (Anemometer) RWY 31 THR: located 75 M from the RWY CL on the right side (N) and 345 M beyond the THR.
WDI RWY 13 THR: located 80 M from the RWY CL on the left side (N) and 265 M beyond the THR.
WDI RWY 31 THR: located 77 M from the RWY CL on the left side (S) and 138 M beyond the THR.
3TWY lightingEdge: Variable intensity blue Omni directional inset lights only at intersections and turns, excluding TXL Z9 and TXL Z10.
EFTA: blue Omni directional elevated fittings.
Centreline: Variable intensity green bi-directional lights are provided for all taxiways except exit taxiways; 15 M spacing on straight sections, 7.5 M spacing on curved sections; Exit taxiways provided with variable intensity alternate Green / Yellow lights from the beginning near the runway centreline to the perimeter of the ILS critical / sensitive area; The light nearest the perimeter always shows yellow.
EFTA: taxiways are not provided with centreline or exit taxiway lighting.
4Secondary power supply/switch-over timeConforms fully with the requirements of ICAO Annex 14, chapter 8 for CAT III operations and CAT I for EFTA operations.
5RemarksApron: High mast floodlights except EFTA aprons which provide canopy lighting.
RWY 13 / 31 exclusively used for EFTA operations.

OMDW AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO
Geoid undulation
THR H12: 245345.7N 0550900.7E
THR H30: 245338.5N 0550913.7E
TLOF: NIL
-112 FT
2TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FTTLOF: NIL
FATO: THR H12: 35.8 M / 117 FT
THR H30: 37.1 M / 122 FT
3TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, markingTLOF: NIL
FATO: 428 425 M x 20 M 20 M, Concreteconcrete, PCN 90/90 R/A/W/T
FATO marking, Heliport identification
4True BRG of FATOH12: 121° H30: 301°
5Declared distance availableTODAH = 428425 M
RTODAH = 428425 M
LDAH = 428425 M
6APP and FATO lightingNo FATO lighting, use green centreline lights of Taxilane Zulu for orientation
7RemarksFor use by Dubai Police Airwing and Aerogulf Services helicopters only, as directed by ATC
Helicopter operations at EFTA require pre-approval from the airport authority.
MEDEVAC can expect landing at TWY A.

OMDW AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limitsAL MAKTOUM CTR 1:
250143N 0550744E
245552N 0551819E

Clockwise arc radius 7.3 NM with centre at 245310N 0551049E till

244551N 0551143E
245145N 0550103E

Clockwise arc radius 7.3 NM with centre at 245426N 0550831E till

250143N 0550744E
AL MAKTOUM CTR 2:
250241N 0550558E
250143N 0550744E

Counter clockwise arc radius 7.3 NM with centre at 245426N 0550831E till

245145N 0550103E
245244N 0545917E

Clockwise arc radius 7.3 NM with centre at 245524N 0550645E till

250241N 0550558E
2Vertical limitsCTR 1: 1500 FT / SFC
CTR 2: 1500 FT / 1000 FT
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
AL MAKTOUM TOWER
English
5Transition altitude13000 FT
6RemarksNIL

OMDW AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signFrequencySATVOICELogon addressHours of operationRemarks
1234567
APPAL MAKTOUM RADARPrimary 124.025 MHzNot ImplementedNot ImplementedH24EMERG 121.500 MHz/243.000 MHz
Secondary 126.025 MHz
DUBAI DEPARTURES NORTHPrimary 126.200 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz/243.000 MHz
Secondary 120.250 MHz
DUBAI DEPARTURES SOUTHPrimary 121.025 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz/243.000 MHz
Secondary 126.025 MHz
DUBAI SOUTH RADARPrimary 120.400 MHz0200 - 1800EMERG 121.500 MHz/243.000 MHz
Secondary 126.025 MHz
MINHAD APPROACHPrimary 122.500 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz/243.000 MHz
Secondary 126.025 MHz
TWRAL MAKTOUM TOWERPrimary 118.625 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary 118.725 MHz
GNDAL MAKTOUM GROUNDPrimary 118.375 MHzH24EMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary 118.725 MHz
ATISAL MAKTOUM INTERNATIONAL126.475 MHzH24NIL
EFTA TWRACADEMY TOWERPrimary 118.775 MHz0200 - 1800EMERG 121.500 MHz
Secondary 119.000 MHz
EFTA GNDEFTA GROUND INFORMATION119.175 MHz0200 - 1800EMERG 121.500 MHz

OMDW 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
LOC RWY 12
(2° E / 2018) CAT III
IJEA111.750 MHzH24
245304.9N 0551057.6E
MAINT on runway closure
GP RWY 12333.350 MHzH24
245424.0N 0550842.8E
3°, RDH 50 FT, MAINT on runway closure
DME RWY 12IJEACH 54YH24
245424.0N 0550842.8E
134 FTCo - located with GP; Zero indication at TDZ
LOC RWY 30
(2° E / 2018) CAT III
IJWA109.750 MHzH24
245430.7N 0550822.4E
MAINT on runway closure
GP RWY 30 333.050 MHzH24
245318.9N 0551040.4E
3°, RDH 50 FT, MAINT on runway closure
DME RWY 30IJWACH 34YH24
245318.9N 0551040.4E
184 FTCo - located with GP; Zero indication at TDZ
DME RWY 31IDEFCH 42Y0200 - 1800 UTC245154.3N 0550953.5E153 FTExclusive use for EFTA aircraft.
LOC RWY 31
(2° E / 2018)CAT I
IDEF110.550 MHz245217.5N 0550903.3E165 FTExclusive use for EFTA aircraft.
GP RWY 31
(2° E / 2018)
329.450 MHz245154.3N 0550953.5E153 FT3°,RDH 53 FT
Exclusive use for EFTA aircraft.

OMDW AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.20.1 Local VFR Regulations
2.20.1.1 Maximum speed on published VFR routes is 125 KIAS.
2.20.1.2 When the reported MET Visibility falls below 5000 M and / or the cloud ceiling is below 1500 FT, flight according to VFR is not permitted. Special VFR clearance may be issued.
2.20.1.3 Due to limited availability of Visual Reference Points (VRP) Special VFR clearances to enter the AL MAKTOUM CTR (I) may be withheld for separation purposes.
2.20.1.4 Clearance for VFR flight within the AL MAKTOUM CTR (I) will be limited to the following:
  • Flights inbound to or outbound from OMDW/EFTA
  • Flights inbound to or outbound from a landing site within the AL MAKTOUM CTR (I)
  • Flights with an operational requirement to operate within the AL MAKTOUM CTR (I) e.g. Police patrol, aerial survey etc.
  • Training flights carrying out practice instrument procedures or visual circuits at OMDW/EFTA
2.20.1.5 VFR flights not included in the above criteria must plan a route that remains clear of the AL MAKTOUM CTR (I). In addition, pilots of such flights are requested not to establish communications with AL MAKTOUM TOWER or ACADEMY TOWER unless an emergency situation requires otherwise.
2.20.2. Visual and instrument training at DUBAI / AL MAKTOUM INTERNATIONAL is subject to prior ATC approval. Any requests for training should be made to the ATC Watch Manager (+971 4 813 3579) prior to departure.
2.20.2.1 Visual and instrument training at EFTA is for the use of the EFTA only.
2.20.3 Minimum Runway Occupancy:
  1. Arrivals

    Rapid exit from the runway enables the achievement of maximum runway utilisation. On exiting the RWY pilots are reminded not to stop until the entire aircraft has passed the runway holding point. Pilots should anticipate joining TWY V in the same direction as arrival unless otherwise instructed. Pilots are reminded to pay particular attention to ATC taxiing instruction when vacating to avoid deviations from clearance resulting in taxiway incursions.

  2. Departures

    Pilots are reminded to pay particular attention to conditional line up clearances to avoid RWY incursions. Aircraft are assumed to be ready for departure on reaching the holding point unless otherwise stated. Cockpit checks shall be completed prior to completing the line up so that take-off roll can be commenced without delay.

Note: Aircraft that cannot comply with these requirements are to notify ATC as soon as possible.

2.20.4. When on approach to RWY 30 and RWY 12, pilots shall reconfirm DME/GP information and ensure that they have correctly identified the landing runway. Do not confuse with EFTA RWY 13 and RWY 31 in close proximity approximately 1.6 NM South of OMDW.
2.20.4.1 When on an ILS approach to RWY 31, pilots shall reconfirm DME/GP information and ensure that they have correctly identified the landing runway. Do not confuse with OMDW RWY 30 in close proximity, approximately 1.6 NM North of EFTA.
2.20.4.2 When on a GNSS approach to EFTA RWY 31 and RWY 13, pilots shall ensure that they have correctly identified the landing runway. Do not confuse with OMDW RWY 30 and RWY 12 in close proximity, approximately 1.6 NM North of EFTA.
2.20.5 Pilots to exercise caution as High intensity VFR traffic to the South East of the AL MAKTOUM CTR transiting between OMR 53 and EFTA.
2.20.6 Before entering AL MAKTOUM CTR-Class D airspace, the pilot in command of a VFR or SVFR aircraft shall establish two-way radio communication as follows:
  1. Traffic approaching AL MAKTOUM CTR from the South between 0200 -1800 UTC shall establish contact with the ACADEMY TOWER on 118.775 MHz and shall maintain contact while in Class D airspace unless otherwise advised. Outside of these hours contact shall be established with AL MAKTOUM TOWER on 118.625 MHz.

  2. Traffic approaching AL MAKTOUM CTR from the North shall establish contact with AL MAKTOUM TOWER on 118.625 MHz H24 and shall maintain contact while in Class D airspace unless otherwise advised.

Note: Radio contact must be initiated far enough from the Class D airspace boundary to preclude entering the Class D airspace before two‐way radio communication is established. If the controller responds with instructions to enter the CTR then radio communications have been established and the pilot may enter the Class D airspace.

OMDW AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1 RNAV 1 performance required for IFR flights

Note: Aircraft flying IFR shall be certified for RNAV 1 with GNSS operations.

2.22.2 Initial Ground Contact - IFR
2.22.2.1 Prior to requesting a pushback clearance from OMDW ATC, flight crews are instructed to contact the GMC frequency on 118.375 MHz. Departing aircraft shall establish contact no more than 10 minutes prior to startup and obtain an ATC clearance. The following information will be required:
  1. Aircraft callsign

  2. Aircraft type

  3. Parking stand

  4. Destination

  5. DUBAI CTA exit point

  6. ATIS letter & QNH

2.22.2.2 EFTA Operations: - prior to requesting a start or taxi clearance from EFTA ATC, flight crews are instructed to contact EFTA ATC on frequency on 118.775 MHz. Departing aircraft shall establish contact no more than 10 minutes prior to startup and obtain an ATC clearance. The following information will be required:
  1. Aircraft callsign

  2. Aircraft type

  3. Parking stand

  4. Destination

  5. DUBAI CTA exit point

  6. QNH

2.22.3 Initial contact instructions‐Airborne
2.22.3.1 On initial call IFR aircraft shall pass the following information to DUBAI DEPARTURES:
  1. Aircraft callsign

  2. Passing level

2.22.3.2 On initial call IFR aircraft shall pass the following information to DUBAI ARRIVALS:
  1. Aircraft callsign

  2. Passing level

  3. Aircraft Type

    Note: Inbound traffic shall advise DUBAI ARRIVALS on first contact if full runway length is required.

2.22.4 RNAV (GNSS) Approaches to RWY 12/30 and EFTA RWY 13/31
2.22.4.1 These procedures may only be flown using significant position co - ordinates that are stored in the aircraft's navigational data base.
2.22.4.2 Significant points are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.5 Standard Instrument Departures (SID)
2.22.5.1 ATC clearances issued to IFR traffic departing from OMDW will normally include Standard Instrument Departure.
2.22.5.2 Initial climb is restricted to 3000 FT for departures from RWY 12 / 30. Further climb clearance as instructed by AL MAKTOUM RADAR.

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

2.22.5.3 Departing IFR traffic leaving DUBAI CTA while on SID or under radar control are required to:
  1. Climb at a minimum gradient of 5% to 8,000 FT (300 FT per NM)

  2. Observe a maximum IAS of 250 KT whilst below 10000 FT

  3. Carry out all turns with a 25° angle of bank.

  4. Advise ATC at start-up if unable to comply with the above, and with any part of the SID requirements and restrictions.

    Note: Special speed restrictions apply on some SID and STAR.

2.22.5.4 Special navigation performance requirements:

Aircraft flying SIDs shall be certified for RNAV 1 with GNSS operations.

2.22.6 SID FMS coding tables
2.22.6.1 Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.6.2 SID RWY 12
i)   ANVIX 5J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4+50008.4-220
DW457TFNo071.2+60006.4
DW458TFNo071.36.5
LOPUVTFNo082.210.9
ANVIXTFNo126.6+100006.0
ii)   DAVMO 4J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
GINLATFNo360.0+100006.9
DW467TFNo049.2+120009.2
MITIXTFNo049.2+130005.0
LOVEMTFNo036.0+FL 15011.1
OBROGTFNo040.217.4
DAVMOTFNo043.615.6
iIi)   EMERU 2J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
EMERUTFNo209.910.6
iv)   KUTLI 3J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
KUTLITFNo220.8+80008.1
v)   MIROT 3J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
DW412TFNo301.05.0
ORGURTFNo301.34.0
MIROTTFNo269.714.8
vi)   NABIX 3J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
DW412TFNo301.05.0
ORGURTFNo301.34.0
NABIXTFNo294.815.4
vii)   NOLSU 3J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4-220
IMGILTFNo007.6+90006.3
ULADOTFNo069.6+110008.5
DW474TFNo069.67.7
DW475TFNo069.7+120007.1
NOLSUTFNo069.8+FL 15018.5
viii)   RIDAP 3J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
DW412TFNo301.05.0
ORGURTFNo301.34.0
LOPAPTFNo348.55.8
IVILITFNo348.55.0
KIXOGTFNo348.47.5
RIDAPTFNo287.45.8
ix)   SENPA 3J (RNAV 1 SID RWY 12)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY12CA121.3+570
DW452DFNo+2000
DW456TFNo121.4Left+50008.4-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
DW412TFNo301.05.0
ORGURTFNo301.34.0
LOPAPTFNo348.55.8
IVILITFNo348.55.0
SENPATFNo285.511.9
2.22.6.3 SID RWY 30
i)   ANVIX 4L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNoLeft+2000
DW552TFNo211.2Left+30005.0
DW465TFNo121.2+40004.0-220
DW423TFNo077.77.3
DW466TFNo067.9+70005.0
IMGILTFNo067.9+100008.4
ULADOTFNo069.6+110008.5
RAPMOTFNo120.7+130009.2
LOPUVTFNo126.010.1
ANVIXTFNo126.66.0
ii)   DAVMO 4L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNo+2000
XARTATFNo301.26.9-220
GINLATFNo360.06.9
DW467TFNo049.2+100009.2
MITIXTFNo049.2+110005.0
LOVEMTFNo036.0+FL 15011.1
OBROGTFNo040.217.4
DAVMOTFNo043.615.6
iii)   EMERU 1L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNoLeft+2000
DW552TFNo211.2Left+30005.0
DW465TFNo121.2+40004.0-220
EMERUTFNo179.53.1
iv)   KUTLI 3L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNo+2000
XARTATFNo301.2Left6.9-220
TATMOTFNo211.25.0-220
KUTLITFNo149.1+80006.3
v)   MIROT 3L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNo+2000
XARTATFNo301.26.9-220
ORGURTFNo301.19.0
MIROTTFNo269.714.8
vi)   NABIX 3L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNo+2000
XARTATFNo301.26.9-220
ORGURTFNo301.19.0
NABIXTFNo294.815.4
vii)   NOLSU 3L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNoLeft+2000
DW552TFNo211.2Left+30005.0
DW465TFNo121.2+40004.0-220
DW423TFNo077.77.3
DW466TFNo067.9+70005.0
IMGILTFNo067.9+100008.4
ULADOTFNo069.6+110008.5
DW474TFNo069.67.7
DW475TFNo069.7+120007.1
NOLSUTFNo069.8+FL 15018.5
viii)   RIDAP 3L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNo+2000
XARTATFNo301.26.9-220
ORGURTFNo301.19.0
LOPAPTFNo348.55.8
IVILITFNo348.55.0
KIXOGTFNo348.47.5
RIDAPTFNo287.45.8
ix)   SENPA 3L (RNAV 1 SID RWY 30)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY30CA301.2+520
KIRUKDFNo+2000
XARTATFNo301.26.9-220
ORGURTFNo301.19.0
LOPAPTFNo348.55.8
IVILITFNo348.55.0
SENPATFNo285.511.9
2.22.6.4 SID RWY 13
i) ANVIX 1N (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit(KT)
RWY13CA121.2+570
EF801DFYes
EF802TFNo151.64.8
EF803TFNo121.3Left9.4
DW456TFNo031.2+50004.0-220
DW457TFNo071.2+60006.4
DW458TFNo071.36.5
LOPUVTFNo082.210.9
ANVIXTFNo126.6+100006.0
ii) MIROT 1N (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY13CA121.2+570
EF801DFYes
EF802TFNo151.64.8
EF803TFNo121.3Left9.4
DW456TFNo031.2+50004.0-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
DW412TFNo301.05.0
ORGURTFNo301.34.0
MIROTTFNo269.714.8
iii) NABIX 1N (RNAV 1 SID RWY 13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RWY13CA121.2+570
EF801DFYes
EF802TFNo151.64.8
EF803TFNo121.3Left9.4
DW456TFNo031.2+50004.0-220
DW459TFNo031.2Left+60004.9
DW460TFNo302.2+70005.4
DW473TFNo301.33.0
DW406TFNo301.37.5
DW478TFNo272.94.4
KIRUKTFNo272.8+70006.1
XARTATFNo301.2+80006.9
DW412TFNo301.05.0
ORGURTFNo301.34.0
NABIXTFNo294.815.4
2.22.6.5 SID RWY 31
i) ANVIX 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit(KT)
RWY31CA301.2+570
EF851DFYes
EF852TFNo264.54.1-130
EF853TFNo212.2Left2.0-130
EF854TFNo121.26.4-220
EF855TFNo067.7+70009.8
IMGILTFNo044.7+100009.1
ULADOTFNo069.6+110008.5
RAPMOTFNo120.7+130009.2
LOPUVTFNo126.010.1
ANVIXTFNo126.66.0
ii) MIROT 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit(KT)
RWY31CA301.2+570
EF851DFYes
EF852TFNo264.54.1-130
DW552TFNo282.43.1
TATMOTFNo300.96.9-220
EF856TFNo306.29.0
MIROTTFNo285.613.1
iii) NABIX 1P (RNAV 1 SID RWY 31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit(KT)
RWY31CA301.2+570
EF851DFYes
EF852TFNo264.54.1-130
DW552TFNo282.43.1
TATMOTFNo300.96.9-220
EF856TFNo306.29.0
NABIXTFNo310.515.5
2.22.7 Standard Instrument Arrivals (STAR)
2.22.7.1 Aircraft flying STARs shall be certified for RNAV 1 with GNSS operations.
2.22.7.2 STAR FMS coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4 .
Speed control points depicted in STAR coding tables and on STAR charts are mandatory unless instructed by ATC.
2.22.7.2.1 STAR RWY 12/13
i)   DATOB 5Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
DATOBIFNo-FL 160@230
DW426TFNo109.612.7
MITIXTFNo143.2-FL 15011.0
DW427TFNo140.5+1000016.2
DW406TFNo211.3-100009.1
DW423TFNo211.25.0
DEDAXTFNo211.2Right-80005.0@210
ORPATTFNo301.1-60007.4
IVOPUTFNo301.25.7
DW400TFNo301.1Right8.0@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
ii)   ELOVU 3Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ELOVUIFNo-12000@230
MISOLTFNo120.57.2
LORIDTFNo078.7-900011.1@210
TOVLATFNo052.2-70004.0
DW400TFNo073.65.3@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
iii)   GERUL 3Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GERULIFNo-10000@210
TOVLATFNo096.7-700014.5
DW400TFNo073.65.3@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
iv)   GIDIS 5Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDISIFNo-12000@230
RERAGTFNo306.3-100006.8@230
SINPUTFNo270.012.9
DW416TFNo266.810.0
DEDAXTFNo301.2-800018.1@210
ORPATTFNo301.1-60007.4
IVOPUTFNo301.25.7
DW400TFNo301.1Right8.0@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
v)   GONVI 5Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GONVIIFNo-FL 160@230
ALRARTFNo109.45.1
LOVEMTFNo140.7-FL 15018.3
DW427TFNo170.0+1000021.8
DW406TFNo211.3-100009.1
DW423TFNo211.25.0
DEDAXTFNo211.2Right-80005.0@210
ORPATTFNo301.1-60007.4
IVOPUTFNo301.25.7
DW400TFNo301.1Right8.0@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
vi)   LORID 3Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
LORIDIFNo-9000@210
TOVLATFNo052.2-70004.0
DW400TFNo073.65.3@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
vii)   PUVAL 6Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
PUVALIFNo-FL 160@230
DETGUTFNo213.1-FL 15011.4
SERSATFNo213.17.9
IVOXITFNo217.99.0
DW427TFNo217.9+100009.4
DW406TFNo211.3-100009.1
DW423TFNo211.25.0
DEDAXTFNo211.2Right-80005.0@210
ORPATTFNo301.1-60007.4
IVOPUTFNo301.25.7
DW400TFNo301.1Right8.0@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
viii)   UMAMI 4Y (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 12/13)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UMAMIIFNo-12000@230
DW422TFNo305.34.5
DW425TFNo236.1-100009.9
SINPUTFNo236.114.8
DW416TFNo266.810.0
DEDAXTFNo301.2-800018.1@210
ORPATTFNo301.1-60007.4
IVOPUTFNo301.25.7
DW400TFNo301.1Right8.0@185
DW412TFNo031.1Right5.0
NITRITFNo121.0+30004.0
2.22.7.2.2 STAR RWY 30/31
i)   DATOB 5Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
DATOBIFNo-FL 160@230
DW426TFNo109.612.7
MITIXTFNo143.2-FL 15011.0
DW427TFNo140.5+1000016.2
DW406TFNo211.3-100009.1
DW423TFNo211.25.0
DEDAXTFNo211.2Left-80005.0@210
SIBVATFNo121.35.3
ODGAKTFNo121.35.3
SOBOBTFNo121.4Left6.0@185
UKSULTFNo031.4Left5.0@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
ii)   ELOVU 3Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ELOVUIF-12000@230
MISOLTFNo120.57.2
LORIDTFNo078.7-1100011.1@230
TOVLATFNo052.2-100004.0
TATMOTFNo096.89.3
ORPATTFNo121.18.7
DEDAXTFNo121.2-80007.4@210
SIBVATFNo121.35.3
ODGAKTFNo121.35.3
SOBOBTFNo121.4Left6.0@185
UKSULTFNo031.4Left5.0@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
iii)   GERUL 3Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GERULIFNo-11000@230
TOVLATFNo096.7-1000014.5
TATMOTFNo096.89.3
ORPATTFNo121.18.7
DEDAXTFNo121.2-80007.4@210
SIBVATFNo121.35.3
ODGAKTFNo121.35.3
SOBOBTFNo121.4Left6.0@185
UKSULTFNo031.4Left5.0@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
iv)   GIDIS 5Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GIDISIFNo-11000@230
RERAGTFNo306.3-100006.8@230
SINPUTFNo270.0-700012.9@210
UKSULTFNo297.69.8@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
v)   GONVI 5Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GONVIIFNo-FL 160@230
ALRARTFNo109.45.1
LOVEMTFNo140.7-FL 15018.3
DW427TFNo170.0+1000021.8
DW406TFNo211.3-100009.1
DW423TFNo211.25.0
DEDAXTFNo211.2Left-80005.0@210
SIBVATFNo121.35.3
ODGAKTFNo121.35.3
SOBOBTFNo121.4Left6.0@185
UKSULTFNo031.4Left5.0@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
vi)   LORID 3Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
LORIDIFNo-11000@230
TOVLATFNo052.2-100004.0
TATMOTFNo096.89.3
ORPATTFNo121.18.7
DEDAXTFNo121.2-80007.4@210
SIBVATFNo121.35.3
ODGAKTFNo121.35.3
SOBOBTFNo121.4Left6.0@185
UKSULTFNo031.4Left5.0@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
vii)   PUVAL 6Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
PUVALIFNo-FL 160@230
DETGUTFNo213.1-FL 15011.4
SERSATFNo213.17.9
IVOXITFNo217.99.0
DW427TFNo217.9+100009.4
DW406TFNo211.3-100009.1
DW423TFNo211.25.0
DEDAXTFNo211.2Left-80005.0@210
SIBVATFNo121.35.3
ODGAKTFNo121.35.3
SOBOBTFNo121.4Left6.0@185
UKSULTFNo031.4Left5.0@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
viii)   UMAMI 4Z (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 30/31)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
UMAMIIFNo-12000@230
DW422TFNo305.34.5
DW425TFNo236.1-100009.9
SINPUTFNo236.1-700014.8@210
UKSULTFNo297.69.8@185
GEXIKTFNo301.2+30003.8
2.22.8 VFR routes
2.22.8.1 For VFR routes defined within DUBAI CTA including detailed information regarding the VFR reporting points established on those VFR routes, see charts ENR 6-4.1 and ENR 6-4.2.
2.22.8.2 The following procedures apply to VFR aircraft experiencing transmitter, or complete radio failure, intending to land at OMDW ( See: AD 2.22.11 for EFTA RCF Procedures):

VFR traffic operating to the North of OMDW:

  1. Squawk 7600;
  2. Proceed to the Bird Cage (BC) VRP and hold for 5 minutes, if able;
  3. Ascertain the runway in use by ATIS or observing other aircraft;
  4. Join the northern visual circuit in the downwind position, proceed to final and land;
  5. After landing, vacate the runway at the earliest opportunity, hold on the taxiway and await a Follow-Me vehicle.
VFR traffic operating to the South of OMDW:
  1. Squawk 7600;
  2. Proceed to Industrial City Offices (IC) VRP and hold for 5 minutes, if able;
  3. Ascertain the runway in use by ATIS or observing other aircraft;
  4. Join the southern visual circuit in the downwind position, proceed to final and land;
  5. After landing, vacate the runway at the earliest opportunity, hold on the taxiway and await a Follow-Me vehicle.
2.22.9 Approach Procedures
2.22.9.1 These procedures may only be flown using significant position co-ordinates that are stored in the aircrafts navigational data base. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4
2.22.9.2 RNAV (GNSS) Approach Procedure Coding
2.22.9.2.1 RWY 12 (LNAV/Baro‐VNAV) VPA 2.8°
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
NITRIIFN+3000-185
PUSVOTFN4.00121.20+3000
DW660TFN4.50121.24@2000
RWY12TFY6.18121.23
REVULDFY@3000-210
REVULHMY1 MIN301.33Left@3000-230
2.22.9.2.2 RWY 30 (LNAV/Baro‐VNAV) VPA 2.8°
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
GEXIKIFN+3000-185
REVULTFN2.19301.33+3000
DW760TFN4.52301.28@2000
RWY30TFY5.99301.25
LADMODFY@3000-210
LADMOHMY1 MIN121.25Left@3000-230
2.22.9.2.3 RWY 13 (LNAV/Baro‐VNAV) VPA 2.8°
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
ORPATIFN
IVOPUTFN5.68301.15
EF670TFN4.00301.13Right@2000
EF671TFN3.43031.17Right@2000
EF672TFN4.00121.19@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
TOVLAIFN
DW400TFN5.25073.58@2000
EF671TFN5.27080.47@2000
EF672TFN4.00121.19@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
EF672IFN@2000
EF667TFN6.34121.23@2000
RWY13TFY6.03121.24
EF673DFN
SEVNUTFY4.54170.12@2000-130
SEVNUHMY1 MIN301.00Left@2000-150
2.22.9.2.4 RWY 31 (LNAV/Baro‐VNAV) VPA 2.8°
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
SIBVAIFY+2000
ODGAKTFN5.26121.32+2000
EF870TFN3.61121.37Left@2000
PEBERTFN3.44031.34Left@2000
EF871TFN3.61301.27@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
KUKPOIFY+3000
EF870TFN7.38002.73@2000
PEBERTFN3.44031.34Left@2000
EF871TFN3.61301.27@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
SINPUIFN-7000
EF869TFN6.55281.63
PEBERTFN5.97301.29@2000
EF871TFN3.61301.27@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
EF871IFN@2000
EF866TFN4.39301.24@2000
RWY31TFY6.03301.24
EF868DFNLeft
EF872TFN2.98211.21
SIBVATFY8.25124.40@2000-130
SIBVAHMY1 MIN121.32Right@2000-150
KUKPOHMY1 MIN090.95Right-4000
+3000
-150
2.22.9.3 ILS Approach Procedure Coding
2.22.9.3.1 RWY 12 ILS
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
NITRIIFN+3000-185
PUSVOTFN4.00121.20+3000
DW661CFN5.00121.19@2000
RWY12CFY5.68121.23
REVULDFY@3000-210
REVULHMY1 MIN301.33Left@3000-230
2.22.9.3.2 RWY 30 ILS
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (°T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
GEXIKIFN+3000-185
REVULTFN2.19301.33+3000
DW761CFN5.00301.29@2000
RWY30CFY5.51301.25
LADMODFY@3000-210
LADMOHMY1 MIN121.25Left@3000-230
2.22.9.3.3 RWY 31 ILS
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
SIBVAIFY+2000
ODGAKTFN5.26121.32+2000
EF870TFN3.61121.37Left@2000
PEBERTFN3.44031.34Left@2000
EF871TFN3.61301.27@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
KUKPOIFY+3000
EF870TFN7.38002.73@2000
PEBERTFN3.44031.34Left@2000
EF871TFN3.61301.27@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
SINPUIFN-7000
EF869TFN6.55281.63
PEBERTFN5.97301.29@2000
EF871TFN3.61301.27@2000
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverDistance (NM)Course (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Speed Limit (KT)
EF871IFN@2000
EF813CFN4.79301.27@2000
RWY31CFY5.63301.24
EF868DFNLeft
EF872TFN2.98211.21
SIBVATFY8.25124.40@2000-130
SIBVAHMY1 MIN121.32Right@2000-150
KUKPOHMY1 MIN090.95Right-4000
+3000
-150
2.22.10 Ground Movement Surveillance - Transponders Operation
2.22.10.1 In addition to the transponder requirements specified in GEN 1.5.4 aircraft are required to switch on transponders when commencing push-back.
2.22.10.2 Aircraft not requiring push-back shall switch on transponders prior to commencing taxiing.
2.22.10.3 Arriving aircraft shall ensure that transponders remain switched on and transmit last assigned code until parked on stand.
2.22.11 EFTA Radio Failure Procedures
2.22.11.1 The following procedures apply to EFTA VFR aircraft experiencing transmitter, or complete radio failure, intending to land at EFTA :
2.22.11.1.1 Aircraft shall squawk 7600 ASAP and comply with AD 2.22.11.2 , c) to f).
2.22.11.2 Traffic operating in the EFTA local circuit shall:
  1. Maintain circuit altitude
  2. Route via the initial point
  3. Overfly the RWY
  4. Complete a normal EFTA local circuit, while observing EFTA local circuit traffic
  5. Carry out a full stop landing
  6. Vacate the RWY on to TWY A, hold position and wait a follow me vehicle.
2.22.11.3 VFR Departures EFTA RWY 13/31.
2.22.11.3.1 If no radio contact is established with DUBAI APPROACH ( AL MAKTOUM RADAR 124.025 MHz or DUBAI SOUTH RADAR 120.400 MHz), pilots are to remain within the confines of the EFTA Tower area of responsibility and to immediately return to the ACADEMY TOWER frequency for assistance. If no contact is established with the ACADEMY TOWER, pilots are to follow the procedures as per AD 2.22.11.2.
2.22.11.3.2 Traffic departing to the general flying areas shall squawk 7600 and return to join via Initial at 2,000 FT and comply with AD 2.22.11.2 , c) to f).
2.22.11.4 IFR departure EFTA RWY 13/31
2.22.11.4.1 As per ENR 1.6.1.3 Radio and radar failure procedures.
2.22.11.5 VFR arrivals EFTA RWY 13/31.
2.22.11.5.1 Traffic arriving from the general flying areas shall squawk 7600 and route to join via Initial at 2,000 FT and comply with AD 2.22.11.2 , c) to f).
2.22.11.6 IFR arrivals EFTA RWY 13/31
2.22.11.6.1 IFR arrivals shall follow the standard radio failure procedure. Once established on final approach, carry out a full-stop landing and comply with AD 2.22.11.2 , c) to f).

OMDW AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1 Bird activity
2.23.1.1 Bird hazard exists; activity in the vicinity of the airport increases from November to March with maximum numbers between early December and mid February.
2.23.2 Low visibility procedures
2.23.2.1 Low visibility operations shall commence when:
  1. Touchdown IRVR readings indicate a visibility of 600 M or less;

  2. The reported meteorological visibility indicates 800 M or less (if IRVR is not available);

  3. The reported cloud base is less than 300 FT.

2.23.2.2 Regulations require serviceable surface movement radar for operations to continue when meteorological visibility or IRVR is less than 300 M. Any unserviceability may result in delays in the affected areas of coverage.
2.23.2.3 Arriving aircraft shall delay reporting "Runway vacated" until the aircraft has completely passed the end of the green / yellow coded TWY CL lights.
2.23.2.4 Taxilanes Z11, Z12, Z13, Z14, Z15, Z16, Z17, Z20,Z21, Z22, Z23 and Z24 restricted to CAT II during LVO. Refer to local procedures.
2.23.2.5 Low visibility operations are not permitted on EFTA RWY 13/31.
2.23.2.6 Airborne EFTA aircraft will be required to divert to RWY 12/30 in the event conditions falls below VFR/SVFR minima.
2.23.3 Surface movement guidance and control system and markings

Note: Long range radar available (H24).

2.23.3.1 Arrival Procedures
2.23.3.1.1 Nose-wheel guidelines on taxiways and aprons.
2.23.3.1.2 Nose-in parking is mandatory, exemptions only given in special cases with specific authorisation from the airport authority.
2.23.3.1.3 Turn onto bay when the nose-wheel is approximately in line with the stand centre line marking. Operators are not permitted to self manoeuvre off stand centre line. In the event an operator enters the wrong stand, hold position and contact ATC.
2.23.3.1.4 Parking stands are equipped with A-VDGS except for G100 - G102 and G3 – G8 and EFTA stands located on APRON 1 to APRON 5, aircraft must be marshalled (excluding EFTA).

Note 1: Pilots should not enter an aircraft stand unless the A-VDGS is illuminated or a marshaller has signalled clearance to proceed. In the event of there being no activated A-VDGS displayed upon approach to the stand, flight crews should contact ATC to request marshalling assistance. Aircrew must not attempt to self park if the A-VDGS is not illuminated or calibrated for their aircraft type.

Note 2: A-VDGS units used at OMDW will not operate below CAT IIIA conditions (visibility down to 175 M), if A-VDGS unit is not illuminated or failing to capture aircraft, aircrew must stop and request marshalling assistance from ATC.

2.23.3.1.5 A-VDGS is not suitable for all aircraft types; a marshaller is provided in these cases.
2.23.3.1.6 Aircraft taxiing on Taxilane Z16 and Taxilane Z17 must use no more than idle power. If aircraft is stopped prior to docking on stands G1 - G9, G12, G13 and G16, docking must be completed under tow.
2.23.3.1.7 A-VDGS
  1. The A-VDGS system is installed for the CL of all stands except for L & R Multiple Aircraft Ramp System stands. It displays to pilots on large LED Board azimuth and distance - to - go information to position arriving aircraft accurately to the pre-set aircraft stop position in the parking stand.

  2. The Aircraft docking guidance system consists of an LED Board to display real time docking guidance information to pilots, a microprocessor Control Unit, a Laser Scanning Unit and an operator Control Panel with real time information display.

  3. Pilots should follow the taxilane lead-in ground marking to initiate the turn into the parking stand. The A-VDGS unit will be set to capture mode prior to the aircraft arrival. The capture mode will display on LED Board the aircraft type with floating areas (^) below (as shown in OMDW AD 2.23.3.1.9). The docking system will capture the aircraft about 20 degrees from the CL.

  4. Check aircraft type displayed is correct.

  5. Once the A-VDGS captures the aircraft, the display will change to tracking mode which displays the azimuth guidance on LED Board which shows the relative position of the aircraft (↑) from the CL (T). A flashing red arrow (>) on the LED Board indicates the direction of turn to align the aircraft nose-wheel with the CL of the parking stand (as shown in OMDW AD 2.23.3.1.9).

  6. The A-VDGS will display the final closing rate information in metres, which is displayed from 9 M from the STOP position. The closing rate is also shown graphically by gradual shortening of the (T) CL symbol. Slow down the aircraft speed to halt at the "STOP" position (as shown in OMDW AD 2.23.3.1.9).

    Note: Aircrew must not proceed unless the floating arrows have been superseded by the closing rate bar.

  7. When the aircraft nose-wheel reaches the correct STOP position, distance - to - go reading reaches zero and the "STOP" signal and red lights are displayed on the LED board to halt the aircraft from any further movement.

  8. The "STOP" will change to an "OK" signal on the LED Board to indicate the aircraft is correctly parked. If the aircraft has overshot the STOP position, "TOO FAR" signal will be displayed on the LED Board.

  9. Pilots are advised to maintain the aircraft taxiing speed at 3 M per second (6 KTS) throughout the entire aircraft docking.

  10. The A-VDGS units are controlled and monitored from a central workstation. No Marshaller will be present in bays equipped with fully automatic A-VDGS.

  11. In the event of malfunction of A-VDGS, pilots should hold position and inform ATC.

2.23.3.1.8 A follow me vehicle will be provided for all non - standard parking.
2.23.3.1.9 LED Board Display – When VDGS is functioning optimally
ModeDisplayDescription
Capture

The floating arrows indicate that the system is activated and in Capture mode and searching for an approaching aircraft.
Flight crew shall check that the correct aircraft type is displayed.
Do not proceed any further if this mode is not replaced with the Tracking or Closing Rate mode when approaching the A-VDGS unit.
Tracking

When the aircraft has been caught by the laser, the floating arrow is replaced by the yellow CL indicator.
If a flashing red indicator is displayed then this is directing the direction of the turn required to re-establish onto the CL.
Closing Rate

This is the final count down from a specific distance to the stop position.
2.23.3.1.10 LED Board Display – Examples of VDGS Failures
Failure TypeDisplayDescription
OVERSHOOT

If the aircraft has overshot the stop-position, ‘TOO FAR’ will be displayed.
STOP SHORT

If the aircraft is found standing still but has not reached the intended stop position, the message ‘STOP, OK’ will be shown after a pre- configured time.
AIRCRAFT VERIFICATION FAILURE

During entry into the Stand, the aircraft geometry is being checked. If, for any reason, aircraft verification is not made 12 M before the stop-position, the display will first show ‘WAIT’ and make a second verification check. If this fails, ‘STOP’ and ‘ID FAIL’ will be displayed.
GATE BLOCKED

If an object is found blocking the approach to gate/apron view from the safedock to the planned stop position for the aircraft, the docking procedure will be halted with a ‘WAIT’ and ‘GATE BLOCK’ message.
2.23.3.1.11 Helicopter Stands
  1. Stands S340 and S341 also designated as H1 and H2 respectively for itinerant helicopter operations.

  2. Helicopter parking bays near stand S324 are only for Aerogulf and Police Airwing and not available for fixed‐wing operations.

2.23.3.2 Engine runs on stand are permitted for single engine at idle power, for a duration of 5 minutes. Requests shall be made via telephone to the Operations Duty Manager Airside (+971 56 788 2374) for OMDW operations and EFTA Officer Airside (+971 56 508 7924) for EFTA operations. Requests for any engine runs that will be required above idle, longer than 5 minutes or for multiple engines, are subject to assessment by the respective Airside in-charge. The airport operator reserves the right to refuse a request for operational or safety reasons. ATC are to be notified prior to the commencement of the run.
2.23.3.3 Aircraft operators that arrive at OMDW with an unknown departure time or a departure time greater than 12 hours are restricted from refueling their tanks above 85%. This is to prevent fuel expansion which results in fuel spillage. Aircraft operators can fill their remaining requirements within 3 hours of departure.
2.23.3.4 Start-up and Push-back approval procedures.
2.23.3.4.1 Aircraft are expected to start-up during push-back unless otherwise advised by ATC. Aircraft wishing to start engines either before or after push-back should notify ATC.
2.23.3.4.2 Engine starts on the stand using more than idle power are prohibited. Aircraft requiring cross bleed start are required to request via ATC and be pushed back prior to the commencement of cross bleed.
2.23.3.4.3 Push-backs are onto active taxiways and can only be obtained from AL MAKTOUM GROUND. Approval to start on stand does not imply an approval to push-back.
2.23.3.4.4 Aircraft pushing back from the following stands must pull forward to align the nose‐wheel with the stand indicated below prior to engine start:
Aircraft pushed back from StandsNose‐wheel to be aligned with the CL of Stand
S810 – S812S810
S440L and S440R facing eastS440L
2.23.3.4.5 DNATA and certain operating companies with trained drivers, are the only approved agencies for executing push-backs. Their procedures are mandatory. However, it is the pilots responsibility to obtain push-back approval from ATC and relay the same to their ground engineers prior to commencing push-back.
2.23.3.4.6 Self‐push-backs (reverse thrust) and self-manoeuvring on stand is not permitted unless approval is given from the airport authority. It is the Ground Handlers responsibility to ensure that the correct facilities and equipment are available for the aircraft type prior to acceptance.
2.23.3.4.7  Pushbacks are only permitted to the taxiway closest to the stand. Pushbacks to outer taxiways are prohibited.
2.23.3.5 Start‐up approval procedures(EFTA )
2.23.3.5.1 Aircraft operating at EFTA are to request start‐up and initial taxi instructions from the EFTA Operations Centre. Start‐up is expected on the stand and to taxi forward (pushback not required).
2.23.3.5.2 Aircraft operating at EFTA are to contact ACADEMY TOWER upon reaching L1, L2, L3, L4, L5 and L6 ITHP. Entry onto TWY A requires ATC approval.
2.23.4 Runway visual range
2.23.4.1 Transmissometers are available for reporting RVR. For locations see Charts OMDW AD 2-21A and OMDW AD 2-21C .
2.23.4.2 For radio transmission purposes the locations on RWY 12 / 30 will be designated as:

ALPHA: Touchdown

BRAVO: Mid-point

CHARLIE: Stop end

2.23.4.3 For radio transmission purposes the locations on RWY 13/31 will be designated as:

ALPHA : touchdown

BRAVO: STOP end

2.23.4.4 Visibility below 2000 M is reported in the following incremental steps:
a) RWY 12 / 30

50 M to 400 M: 25 M

400 M to 800M: 50 M

800 M to 2000 M: 100 M

b) RWY 13/31

800 M to 2000 M: 100 M

Note: See GEN 3.5.3.5 for reporting procedures

2.23.4.5 For low visibility departures all IRVR for the departure RWY shall be serviceable except that the THR IRVR is not required when the reported meteorological visibility is more than 150 M.
2.23.5 Lighting
2.23.5.1 Stop bar lighting

Variable intensity red uni-directional inset with additional pair of elevated edge lights are located at all lead-in TWYs and linked to intrusion sensor for RWY.

2.23.5.2 Runway Guard lights

RWY holding positions are provided with a pair of yellow flashing lights on either side of the Stop bar.

2.23.5.3 Intermediate Holding Position Lights

A set of 3 variable intensity yellow inset lights are provided at all intermediate TWY holding positions.

2.23.6 Reduced Runway Separation Minima (RRSM)
2.23.6.1 When conditions permit, special landing and departing procedures may be used at DUBAI / AL MAKTOUM INTERNATIONAL for RWY 12/30, subject to the procedures and conditions shown hereunder:
2.23.6.2 Landing following landing
When the runway in use is temporarily occupied by the previous landing traffic, a landing clearance may be issued to the next landing aircraft provided that ATC has reasonable assurance that the following separation distance will be met when the landing aircraft crosses the runway threshold:
  1. RWY 12

    The preceding landing aircraft has landed and has vacated the runway or has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold (abeam TWY W12); and is in motion and will vacate the runway without stopping and/or backtracking.

  2. RWY 30

    The preceding landing aircraft has landed and has vacated the runway or has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold (abeam TWY W10); and is in motion and will vacate the runway without stopping and/or backtracking.

2.23.6.3 Landing following departure
When the runway in use is temporarily occupied by a previous departing aircraft, a landing clearance may be issued provided that ATC has reasonable assurance that the following separation distance will be met when the landing aircraft crosses the runway threshold:
  1. RWY 12

    The preceding departing aircraft is, or will be, airborne and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold (abeam TWY W12).

  2. RWY 30

    The preceding departing aircraft is, or will be, airborne and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold (abeam TWY W10).

2.23.6.4 Departure following a departure
Take-off clearance may be issued to a departing aircraft, commencing its take-off roll from the threshold (TWY V1 or TWY V21) before the preceding departing aircraft has passed the upwind end of the runway, provided that:
  1. RWY 12

    The preceding aircraft is airborne and has passed a point at least 2450 M from the threshold (abeam TWY W12) and increasing separation continues to exist between the two aircraft immediately after take-off of the second.

  2. RWY 30

    The preceding aircraft is airborne and has passed a point at least 2400 M from the threshold (abeam TWY W10) and increasing separation continues to exist between the two aircraft immediately after take-off of the second.

2.23.6.5 Conditions for the Application of RRSM
RRSM may be applied by day only between:
  1. A departing aircraft and a succeeding landing aircraft; or
  2. Two successive landing aircraft; or
  3. Two successive departing aircraft.
Provided that:
  1. Tail wind does not exceed 5 KTS, and there are no reports of wind shear;
  2. MET 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. The pilot of the following aircraft is provided with traffic information;
  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;
  6. Wake turbulence separation minima shall be applied;
  7. Minimum separation continues to exist between two departing aircraft immediately after takeoff of the second aircraft.
2.23.6.6 Traffic Information Phraseology for pilot of following aircraft
When applying RRSM in a scenario where the runway is temporarily occupied by a 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 will be used:
  1. Landing Clearance Phraseology

    "(Call sign) (traffic information e.g. aircraft type & vacating point), wind (direction (.) / speed (knots)), Runway (number) cleared to land"

    "(Call sign) (traffic information e.g. aircraft type departing ahead), wind (direction (.) / speed (knots)), Runway (number) cleared to land"

  2. Departing Clearance Phraseology

    "(Call sign) (traffic information e.g. aircraft type departing ahead), wind (direction (.) /speed (knots)), Runway (number) cleared for take‐off"

2.23.7 Wind Shear Warnings
2.23.7.1 General
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 reports passed by ATC
  1. On receipt of any report of wind shear, ATC will:
    • Immediately relay the report to other aircraft potentially affected;
    • Pass the full report to the MET Office; and
    • Pass the information to other ATC units that may be affected;
  2. Wind shear reports that are relayed by to other aircraft will contain as many of the following details as possible:
    • Aircraft type that reported the wind shear;
    • Description of event (e.g. light/moderate severe, or positive/negative);
    • Height/altitude wind shear encountered;
    • Phase of flight;
    • Runway;
    • Time of encounter;
    • MET/operational information as received from the reporting pilot;
    • Effect on aircraft and/or action taken by the pilot.
  3. Examples of the phraseology used by ATC to pass on wind shear reports:
    1. “CAUTION WIND SHEAR. AT (TIME) (AIRCRAFT TYPE) REPORTED STRONG WIND AT (HEIGHT/ALTITUDE) FEET ON APPROACH RWY (DESIGNATOR). MAX THRUST WAS REQUIRED”.
    2. "CAUTION WIND SHEAR. AT (TIME) (AIRCRAFT TYPE) REPORTED AFTER DEPARTING RUNWAY (DESIGNATOR) AT (HEIGHT/ALTITUDE) FEET AIRSPEED LOSS OF(NUMBER) KNOTS, STRONG (LEFT/RIGHT) DRIFT".
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 the ATIS.
  2. Regardless of any relevant information being broadcast on the ATIS, during final approach and prior to take-off, ATC will transmit to aircraft without delay:
    • The latest information, on wind shear in the approach, final approach, take-off and climb-out area; and
    • Any significant variations in the current surface wind, expressed in terms of minimum and maximum values.
2.23.7.4 Pilot Reports of Wind Shear
  1. For the benefit of subsequent aircraft and for validation and further enhancement of the low-level wind shear warning, pilots are requested to inform ATC if they experience any wind shear on arrival or departure, irrespective of whether a warning 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. Wind shear reports will continue to be passed by ATC to pilots likely to be affected until it is confirmed, either by subsequent aircraft reports or by advice from the MET Office that conditions are no longer a hazard to the operations.
2.23.7.5 1000 FT and Below Winds
If a Wind Shear Warning has been issued, aircraft may be requested by ATC to state the 1000 FT and below winds when able. ATC will then subsequently pass this information onto following aircraft whilst the Wind Shear Warning is in force.

OMDW AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AERODROME

AD CHART - ICAO (Chart OMDW-AD-2-21A)
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HELIPORT CHART - ICAO (Chart OMDW-AD-2-21B)
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EFTA Chart (Chart OMDW-AD-2-21C)
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ACFT PARKING DOCKING CHART - ICAO APRONS S2, S3, S4, S8 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-22A)
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ACFT PARKING DOCKING CHART - ICAO APRON G (Chart OMDW-AD-2-22B)
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ACFT PARKING DOCKING CHART ‐ ICAO EFTA APRONS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-22C)
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RUNWAY INCURSION HOT SPOT AREAS (Chart OMDW-AD-2-25A)
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TAXIWAY INCURSION HOT SPOT AREAS (Chart OMDW-AD-2-25B)
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LOW VISIBILITY TAXI ROUTES - ARRIVALS RWY 12 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-26)
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LOW VISIBILITY TAXI ROUTES - ARRIVALS RWY 30 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-27)
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LOW VISIBILITY TAXI ROUTES - DEPARTURES RWY 12 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-28)
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LOW VISIBILITY TAXI ROUTES - DEPARTURES RWY 30 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-29)
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AD OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO TYPE A RWY 12/30 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-31)
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AD OBSTACLE CHART ‐ ICAO TYPE A RWY 13/31 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-33)
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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART - ICAO RWY 12 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-35)
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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN CHART - ICAO RWY 30 (Chart OMDW-AD-2-36)
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SID CHART - ICAO RWY 30 RNAV1 ANVIX 4L, DAVMO 4L, EMERU 1L, KUTLI 3L, MIROT 3L, NABIX 3L, NOLSU 3L, RIDAP 3L, SENPA 3L (Chart OMDW-AD-2-41)
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SID CHART - ICAO RWY 12 RNAV1 ANVIX 5J, DAVMO 4J, EMERU 2J, KUTLI 3J, MIROT 3J, NABIX 3J, NOLSU 3J, RIDAP 3J, SENPA 3J (Chart OMDW-AD-2-42)
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SID CHART - ICAO RWY 31 RNAV1 ANVIX 1P, MIROT 1P, NABIX 1P (Chart OMDW-AD-2-43)
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SID CHART - ICAO RWY 13 RNAV1 ANVIX 1N, MIROT 1N, NABIX 1N (Chart OMDW-AD-2-44)
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STAR CHART - ICAO RWY 30 / 31 RNAV1 DATOB 5Z, ELOVU 3Z, GERUL 3Z, GIDIS 5Z, GONVI 5Z, LORID 3Z, PUVAL 6Z, UMAMI 4Z (Chart OMDW-AD-2-45)
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STAR CHART - ICAO RWY 12 / 13 RNAV1 DATOB 5Y, ELOVU 3Y, GERUL 3Y, GIDIS 5Y, GONVI 5Y, LORID 3Y, PUVAL 6Y, UMAMI 4Y (Chart OMDW-AD-2-46)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 12 ILS CAT A-DL (Chart OMDW-AD-2-61)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 12 RNAV (GNSS) CAT A-DL (Chart OMDW-AD-2-62)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 30 ILS CAT A-DL (Chart OMDW-AD-2-63)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 30 RNAV (GNSS) CAT A-DL (Chart OMDW-AD-2-64)
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IAC ‐ ICAO RWY 13 RNAV (GNSS) CAT A‐B (Chart OMDW-AD-2-65)
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IAC ‐ ICAO RWY 31 ILS CAT A‐B (Chart OMDW-AD-2-66)
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IAC ‐ ICAO RWY 31 RNAV (GNSS) CAT A‐B (Chart OMDW-AD-2-67)
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BIRD CONCENTRATION CHART (Chart OMDW-AD-2-85)
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