OMRK — RAS AL KHAIMAH / INTERNATIONAL

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OMRK AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

OMRK — RAS AL KHAIMAH / INTERNATIONAL

OMRK AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP coordinates and site at AD
253648N 0555620E , Mid - point of RWY 16 / 34 on CL
2Direction and distance from (city)11 NM S of Ras Al Khaimah
3Elevation/Reference temperature94 FT / 42.4° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN-102 FT (at THR RWY 34)
5MAG VAR/Annual change2° E (2018) / 0.05° E
6AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, telex, AFS
Post:GOVERNMENT OF RAS AL KHAIMAH
DIRECTOR OF CIVIL AVIATION
P.O. BOX 501
RAS AL KHAIMAH
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tel:+971 7 244 8111
Fax:+971 7 244 8199
Telex:NIL
AFS:OMRKYAYX
7Types of traffic permitted to use aerodrome (IFR/VFR)IFR / VFR
8RemarksNIL

OMRK 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
12RemarksNIL

OMRK AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesFull facilites up to and including AN 124
2Fuel/oil typesFuel: AVTUR Jet A1
Oil: Nil stock. Available with 72 HRS PN
3Fuelling facilities/capacityH24 bowser delivery
Total storage capacity 1,750,000 litres
4De-icing facilitiesNIL
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftAvailable
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftAvailable
7RemarksNIL

OMRK AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsHotels in city
2RestaurantsRefreshment available at airport
3TransportationTaxis and rental cars
4Medical facilitiesAmbulance and first aid available at airport, Hospital in city
5Bank and Post OfficeNIL
6Tourist OfficeNIL
7RemarksNIL

OMRK AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 7
CAT 9 available with 40 minutes prior request
2Rescue equipmentThree major foam appliances and one ambulance. All appliances are equipped with the minimum ancillary rescue equipment in accordance with ICAO Doc 9137. All equipment is tested and maintained under a regular maintenance programme
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftArrangement for removal / recovery with Emirates Engineering and Al Faris Transport Company for heavy crane services
4RemarksNIL

OMRK AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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

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

1Apron surface, strength and dimensions

APRON (Stands 1-3): asphalt, PCN 58/F/B/W/U, area 130 M x 81 M

APRON (Stands 4-19): Asphalt with Concrete insert, PCN 120/R/B/W/T, area 487 M x 210 M

GENERAL AVIATION APRON: concrete, PCN 111/R/B/W/T, area 32678 M²

Note: See AD Chart for coordinates

2Taxiway width, surface and strength

Following taxiways: 23 M plus 7.5 M paved shoulders, asphalt:

  • TWY Turn Loop A: PCN 85/F/A/W/T
  • TWY Turn Loop B: PCN 65/F/B/W/T
  • TWY N: PCN 66/F/C/W/T
  • TWY S: PCN 44/F/A/W/T

Except:

  • TWY K: 12 M concrete PCN 120/R/B/W/T
  • TWY L: 28 M asphalt/concrete PCN 120/R/B/W/T
  • TWY M: 9 M concrete PCN 111/R/C/W/T
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Parking Stand 2: 75.8 FT

4VOR checkpoints

NIL

5INS checkpoints

NIL

6Remarks

NIL

OMRK 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

Yellow nosewheel guidance; Standard

2RWY and TWY markings

Standard / Standard

3Stop bars

LIL flush red stop-bar lights (TWY K, TWY L, TWY M, TWY N, TWY S, Loop TWY A and Loop TWY B)

4Remarks

Illuminated guidance signs

OMRK AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

To acquire Area 2 Electronic Terrain Obstacle Data, contact details are available in GEN 3.1.6. Electronic Terrain Data for Area 3 is not available.

In approach/TKOF areasIn circling area and at AD
12
RWY NR/Area affectedObstacle type
Elevation
Markings/LGT
CoordinatesObstacle type
Elevation
Markings/LGT
Coordinates
abcab
34LOC ANTENNA
77 FT
See AD 2.19RWY 34 GP AERIAL
144 FT
Standard
See AD 2.19
TREE
101 FT
Nil
253806.8N 0555600.2E
34/16HANGAR
125 FT
STANDARD
253548.1N 0555629.9E
(Calculated)
Approach surface RWY 16 and take‐off surface RWY 34 is penetrated by unlighted and unmarked trees. Obstacles in the approach and take‐off are depicted on the aerodrome obstacle chart. The critical obstacle for the take‐off surface RWY 34 is as mentioned.

OMRK AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1Associated MET OfficeRAS AL KHAIMAH MET
2Hours of service
MET Office outside hours
H24
NIL
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
OMDB MET
30, Issued every 6 HR
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
NIL
NIL
5Briefing/consultation providedPersonal
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
NIL
English
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationNIL
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationNIL
9ATS units provided with informationOMRK
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)TEL: +971 7 207 5219
Abbreviations (from Doc 8126
C = Charts, TB = Tabular forms, S = Surface Analysis (Current),
U = Upper Air Analysis (Current), P = Prognostic Upper Chart, W = Significant Weather Chart
Mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures (˚C) for each month of the year
JANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPOCTNOVDEC
Maximum
Minimum
24.8
11.7
25.9
12.8
29.5
15.6
35.1
18.9
39.4
22.7
42.1
25.7
42.7
28.5
41.9
28.6
40.2
24.5
36.7
20.6
31.4
16.6
26.6
13.4
Mean pressure (hPa) for each month of the year
Mean1019101710141011100610019989991005101210161017

OMRK 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
16164° / 163°3760 x 4557/F/B/W/T
Asphalt
253747.09N 0555602.08E
NIL
-102.0 FT
64 FT
NIL
34344° / 343°3760 x 4557/F/B/W/T
Asphalt
253549.20N 0555637.51E
NIL
-101.7 FT
94.1 FT
NIL
Slope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESA (M)Arresting system
789101112
16+0.24%NIL50NIL3930 x 300240 x 300Not Applicable
34-0.24%NILNILNIL3930 x 300240 x 300
Obstacle-Free ZoneRemarks
1314
16Conforms to the standards specified in ICAO Annex 14, chapter 4
  1. 7.5 M asphalt shoulders which are not load bearing; Retro reflective information / guidance signs
  2. RWY 16/34 will be closed for planned maintenance every Tuesday from 05:00 to 08:00 UTC. During planned maintenance prior permission required for training flights and to expect missed approach not below 500 FT AGL.
34

OMRK AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
163760376038103760NIL
16221822182268N/ATake off from Intersection N
16200420042054N/ATake off from Intersection S
343760376037603760NIL
34178017801780N/ATake off from Intersection S
34156615661566N/ATake off from Intersection N

OMRK 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
16ICAO simple approach lighting system, LIH elevated lights 420 M with a cross bar at 300 Muni-directional with 2 elevated green flush lights at RWY edge

green

LIH
PAPI LEFT 3˚ 63.38 FTNILNILdirectional lights with an LIL omni-directional component, elevated, 60 M spacing (first 3160 M white, last 600 M amber) LIHEnd lights / Wing bars: uni-directional flush lights

red

LIH
50 M
Red LIH
uni-directional
NIL
34ICAO CAT I precision approach lighting system with distance coded CL, LIH elevated lights 900 M with a cross bar at every 300 Muni-directional with 2 elevated green flush lights at RWY edge

green

LIH
PAPI LEFT 3˚ 64.28 FT,
Restricted for use within 7 DME RAV (10NM from THR)
NILNILdirectional lights with an LIL omni-directional component, elevated, 60 M spacing (first 3160 M white, last 600 M amber) LIHEnd lights / Wing bars: uni-directional flush lights

red

LIH
NILNIL

OMRK 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
E of ARP
3TWY lightingEDGE: LIH blue 3.25 M from TWY edge, 30 M spacing
NIL for TWY K, TWY L, TWY M
4Secondary power supply/switch-over timeconforms fully with the requirements of ICAO Annex 14, chapter 8, for CAT I operations
5RemarksAPRON: blue edge lights, NIL for GENERAL AVIATION APRON
Stop-bar lighting: Red inset lights at RWY holding position TWY S, TWY N, Loop TWY A and Loop TWY B
RWY Guard lights: RWY holding positions TWY S, TWY N, Loop TWY A and Loop TWY B are provided with a pair of yellow flashing lights on either side of the RWY holding position marking

OMRK AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO
Geoid undulation
NIL
2TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FTNIL
3TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, markingNIL
4True BRG of FATONIL
5Declared distance availableNIL
6APP and FATO lightingNIL
7RemarksAs directed by ATC

OMRK AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limitsRAS AL KHAIMAH CTR
Straight lines joining positions:
254500N 0555400E
254231N 0560426E
252300N 0561000E
252000N 0560600E
252900N 0555100E
254200N 0554800E
2Vertical limits1500FT / SFC
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
RAS AL KHAIMAH TOWER
English
5Transition altitude13,000 FT
6RemarksNIL

OMRK AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signFrequencySATVOICELogon addressHours of operationRemarks
1234567
APPRAS AL KHAIMAH APPROACH / RADAR124.000 MHzNot ApplicableNot ApplicableH24/ Radar Service (0400-1000 except Friday and Saturday)NIL
TWRRAS AL KHAIMAH TOWER118.250 MHzH24Aircraft / Vehicles
GNDRAS AL KHAIMAH GROUND121.600 MHzH24Vehicles only
ATISRAS AL KHAIMAH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT126.075 MHzH24ARR/DEP

OMRK 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
VOR
1.75° E
RAV113.600 MHzH24
253518.43N 0555646.75E
Coverage 200 NM.
MAINT 1st MON 0400-0900
DMERAVCH 83XH24
253518.43N 0555646.75E
149 FTCoverage 200 NM.
MAINT 4th MON 0400-0900
Restricted use: due to mountainous terrain, the DVOR/DME is not available in the following sectors:

a) From R 020 clockwise to R 080 between 20 and 40 DME below 7000 FT

b) From R 050 clockwise to R 090 beyond 40 DME below 7000 FT

c) From R 090 clockwise to R 150 beyond 40 DME below 12000 FT

LOC RWY 34
CAT I
1.75° E
IRK110.500 MHzH24
253756.43N 0555559.26E
 ICAO Facility Performance
MAINT 2nd MON 0400-0900
GP RWY 34329.600 MHzH24
253559.06N 0555629.95E
 Angle 3.0°, RDH 60 FT
MAINT 3rd MON 0400-0900
DME RWY 34IRKCH 42XH24
253559.06N 0555629.95E
144 FTCo-located with GP. Actual coverage/range (flight checked) 25 NM. Zero indication at touchdown.
MAINT 3rd MON 0400-0900

OMRK AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.20.1 Left hand traffic circuit RWY 34 at 1500 FT
2.20.2 Right hand traffic circuit RWY 16 at 1500 FT
2.20.3 Low level circuits not below 1100 FT
2.20.4 Opposite direction circuits may be flown subject to ATC approval.

OMRK AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1 Circling approaches not authorised to the E of airport
2.22.2 Initial Contact Instruction - VFR Training
2.22.2.1 On initial contact, VFR training aircraft shall pass the following information:
  1. Aircraft callsign
  2. Aircraft type
  3. Transponder code
  4. Altitude
  5. Training Intentions OMRK
2.22.3 APPROACH PROCEDURES
2.22.3.1 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
2.22.3.2 RNAV (GNSS) Approach Procedure Coding
2.22.3.2.1 RWY 16 (LNAV/APV Baro-VNAV) VPA 2.8°
Waypoint IDP/TFly ‐ OverCourse (° T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
BOTUTIF+3000-210
EGMAPTF074.70R+20005.00
Waypoint IDP/TFly ‐ OverCourse (° T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
DARIVIF+3000-210
EGMAPTF254.77L+20005.00
Waypoint IDP/TFly ‐ OverCourse (° T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EGMAPIF
RK671TF164.7420004.09-210
RK162TF164.748563.85
RWY16TFY164.742.50
RK661DFY164.748.28
ASKUMDFYR3000
ASKUMHMY344.73R3000-210
2.22.3.2.2 RWY 34 LNAV/ APV Baro - VNAV VPA 2.8°
Waypoint IDP/TFly ‐ OverCourse (° T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EGLOPIF+3000-210
BOSEGTF74.77L+26005.00-200
Waypoint IDP/TFly ‐ OverCourse (° T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
GEVAMIF+3500-200
BOSEGTF254.80R+26005.00-200
Waypoint IDP/TFly ‐ OverCourse (° T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
BOSEGIF-200
RK661TF344.7820005.28
RK342TF344.787374.25
RWY34TFY344.762.00
EGMAPDFY344.7612.47
EGMAPHMY164.75R3000-210
2.22.4 STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES (SID)
2.22.4.1 ATC clearances issued to traffic departing from OMRK will include Standard Instrument Departures.
2.22.4.2 While on SID aircraft are restricted to:
  1. Climb at a minimum gradient of 5% (304 FT per NM) to 6000 FT. If unable 5% climb gradient, advise ATC.

  2. RWY16: Climb at a minimum obstacle climb gradient of:

    1. EMOPI 2S: 3.8% (231 FT per NM) to 3700 FT. If unable 3.8% climb gradient or VMC climb to 3700 FT, SID not authorized.
    2. ASNEK 1E: 3.8% (231 FT per NM) to 2400 FT. If unable 3.8% climb gradient or VMC climb to 2400 FT, SID not authorized.
2.22.4.3 SID FMS coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4.

i) ASNEK 1E (RNAV 1 SID RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
DARTODFYesLeft+1900-210
RK332CF340.0
DARIVTF344.811.0
ASNEKTF311.1@600011.1

ii) ASNEK 1W (RNAV 1 SID RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RK331DFYesRight+1000-210
ASKUMDF
BOTUTTF344.711.0
ASNEKTF007.4@600010.0

iii) EMOPI 2S (RNAV 1 SID RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
DARTODFYes+1900-210
EMOPICF103.0+6000

iv) PUVAL 1S (RNAV 1 SID RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RK331DFYesRight+1000-210
PUVALDF-4000

v) ASNEK 1N (RNAV 1 SID RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NOMDIDFYes+1700
EGMAPTF344.75.1
ASNEKTF337.7@60009.3

vi) EMOPI 2E (RNAV 1 SID RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RK462DFYesRight+2500-210
RK332CF168.0
RK333TF164.87.4
EMOPITF136.2+60007.0

vii) EMOPI 2W (RNAV 1 SID RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RK461DFYesLeft+900-210
ASKUMDF
EMOPITF120.3+600019.0

viii) PUVAL 1N (RNAV 1 SID RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
RK461DFYesLeft+900-210
PUVALDF-4000
2.22.5 STANDARD INSTRUMENT ARRIVALS (STAR)
2.22.5.1 ATC clearances issued to arriving traffic will include STAR.
2.22.5.2 STAR FMS coding tables below. Significant point co-ordinates are published in ENR 4.4.
i)   ALSIL 1N (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 16)
Waypoint IDP/TFly-OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ALSILIFNo+5000
ASKUMTFNo029.37.8
BOTUTTFNo344.7Right+300011.0-210
EGMAPTFNo074.7Right+20005.0

ii) EGPEP 2N (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EGPEPIF-7000
EGMAPTF206.2+200011.0-210

iii) LAGLI 2E (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
LAGLIIF+7000
EMOPITF300.5+37005.7
RK333TF316.36.9
RK332TF344.87.4
DARIVTF344.8Left+300011.0-210
EGMAPTF254.8Left+20005.0

iv) LAGLI 2W (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
LAGLIIF+7000
EMOPITF300.5+37005.7
ASKUMTF300.419.0
BOTUTTF344.7Right+300011.0-210
EGMAPTF074.7Right+20005.0

v) NADNI 2E (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NADNIIF@6000
BOSEGTF026.76.0
RK333TF026.77.5
RK332TF344.87.4
DARIVTF344.8Left+300011.0-210
EGMAPTF254.8Left+20005.0

vi) NADNI 2W (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 16)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NADNIIF@6000
ITIKOTF340.112.1
ASKUMTF344.75.5
BOTUTTF344.7Right+300011.0-210
EGMAPTF074.7Right+20005.0

vii) ALSIL 1S (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
ALSILIF+5000
EGLOPTF128.8+30009.3-210
BOSEGTF074.7Left+26005.0

viii) EGPEP 1E (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EGPEPIF-7000
DARIVTF180.28.5
RK332TF164.811.0
RK333TF164.87.4
GEVAMTF164.8Right+35005.6-200
BOSEGTF254.8Right+26005.0

ix) EGPEP 2W (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
EGPEPIF-7000
ASKUMTF196.722.8
ITIKOTF164.75.5
EGLOPTF164.7Left+30007.5-210
BOSEGTF074.7Left+26005.0

x) LAGLI 1S (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
LAGLIIF+6000
EMOPITF300.5+37005.7
GEVAMTF263.9+35003.4-200
BOSEGTF254.8Right+26005.0

xi) NADNI 2S (RNAV 1 STAR RWY 34)

Waypoint IDP/TFly - OverCourse (˚T)Turn DirectionAltitude (FT)Distance (NM)Speed Limit (KT)
NADNIIF-6000
+4000
-210
BOSEGTF026.7+26006.0

OMRK AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1 Extremely high mast, elevation 1050 FT, erected at position 253923.92N 0554520.68E (bearing 285˚ MAG distance 10.1 NM from ARP). The mast is lit with dual day / night lighting system. Particular attention is drawn to the presence of support wires in the vicinity of the mast
2.23.2 Light sport aircraft (LSA) activity during daylight hours (SR - SS), around OMRJ and within the established MBZ of MBZ - JAZIRAH. All flights to monitor and transmit on VHF 122.950 MHz ( Ref ENR 2.2.3)
2.23.3 ADVERSE WEATHER OPERATIONS
2.23.3.1 Aerodrome Operation Minima is limited to ILS CAT I operations and hence LVP not applicable. Reduced Aerodrome visibility Procedures (RAVP) shall be implemented when:
  1. IRVR readings indicate a visibility of less than 1500 M but not less than 550 M; or
  2. In absence of IRVR, the reported meteorological visibility indicates less than 2000 M but not less than 800 M;
  3. The reported cloud ceiling is not less than 200 FT.
2.23.3.2 RWY 34 is equipped for ILS CAT I operations and shall be the Primary Runway in use during RAVP less than 1500 M
2.23.3.3 RWY 34/RWY 16 VOR and GNSS approaches available during visibility of 1500 M or more and during ILS CAT I unserviceability.
2.23.3.4 Due to the absence of ground surveillance, departures and arrival during RAVP is subject to ATC being visual to specified portion of the manoeuvring area.
2.23.3.5 During CAT I RAVP, a reduced landing rate can be expected due to the requirement for increased spacing between arrivals. Ground movement operations shall be limited to one movement at a time only.
2.23.3.6 All movements in manoeuvring area shall cease/stop when:
2.23.3.7 During periods of adverse weather the following limitations shall apply:
2.23.4 RUNWAY VISUAL RANGE
2.23.4.1 Transmissometers are available at beginning, mid point and end of runway for reporting IRVR.
2.23.4.2 For radio transmission purposes the locations will be designated as:
2.23.4.3 Visibility below 2000 M is reported in the following incremental steps:
50 M to 400 M25 M
400 M to 800 M50 M
800 M to 2000 M100 M
Note: See GEN-3.5.3.5 for reporting procedures

OMRK AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

AD CHART - ICAO (Chart OMRK-AD-2-21)
PDF
AIRCRAFT PARKING AND DOCKING CHART - ICAO (Chart OMRK-AD-2-22)
PDF
AD OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO TYPE A RWY 16 (Chart OMRK-AD-2-31)
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SID CHART - ICAO RWY 16 RNAV1 ASNEK 1E, ASNEK 1W, EMOPI 2S, PUVAL 1S (Chart OMRK-AD-2-41)
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SID CHART - ICAO RWY 34 RNAV1 ASNEK 1N, EMOPI 2E, EMOPI 2W, PUVAL 1N (Chart OMRK-AD-2-42)
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STAR CHART - ICAO RWY 16 RNAV1 ALSIL 1N, EGPEP 2N, LAGLI 2E, LAGLI 2W, NADNI 2E, NADNI 2W (Chart OMRK-AD-2-43)
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STAR CHART - ICAO RWY 34 RNAV1 ALSIL 1S, EGPEP 1E, EGPEP 2W, LAGLI 1S, NADNI 2S (Chart OMRK-AD-2-44)
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ATC SURVEILLANCE MNM ALT CHART - ICAO (Chart OMRK-AD-2-51)
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ATC SURVEILLANCE MNM ALT TEXT (Text OMRK-AD-2-51)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 34 ILS Y CAT A & B (Chart OMRK-AD-2-61)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 34 ILS Z CAT C, D & DL (Chart OMRK-AD-2-62)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 16 VOR Y CAT A & B (Chart OMRK-AD-2-63)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 16 VOR Z CAT C, DL & E (Chart OMRK-AD-2-64)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 34 VOR Y CAT A & B (Chart OMRK-AD-2-65)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 34 VOR Z CAT C, DL & E (Chart OMRK-AD-2-66)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 16 RNAV (GNSS) CAT A - DL (Chart OMRK-AD-2-67)
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IAC - ICAO RWY 34 RNAV (GNSS) CAT A - DL (Chart OMRK-AD-2-68)
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