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AD 2  AERODROMES

LZIB —  Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik


LZIB AD 2.1  AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

LZIB —  Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik


LZIB AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

481012N 0171246E

At the intersection of RWY axes.

2

Direction and distance from (city)

070°, 9 km from Bratislava castle.

3

Elevation/Reference temperature

436 ft (133 m)/28,1 °C (JUL)

4

Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN

144 ft (44 m)
5

Magnetic variation/Annual change

4°E (2015)/+7’ E

6

AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, AFS

Postal address:

Letisko M. R. Štefánika - Airport Bratislava, a. s. (BTS)
Letisko M. R. Štefánika
P. O. Box 160
823 11 BRATISLAVA 216

TEL: +421/2/33 03 30 03 (CEO)

TEL: +421/2/33 03 33 12 (OCC - Operations Control Center -
H24)

TEL: +421/2/33 03 33 54 (GA/BA - General Aviation/Business
Aviation - H24)

FAX: +421/2/33 03 30 09 (CEO)

FAX: +421/2/43 29 49 40 (OCC - Operations Control Center -
H24)

AFTN: LZIBYDYX

SITA: BTSOP7X

e-mail: sekretariat@bts.aero

e-mail: occ@bts.aero

e-mail: generalaviation@bts.aero

7

Types of traffic permitted

(IFR/VFR)

IFR/VFR, day/night

8

Remarks

NIL


LZIB AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1

AD Administration

H24

2

Customs and immigration

H24

3

Health and sanitation

H24

4

AIS Briefing Office

H24

5

ARO

H24

6

MET Briefing Office

H24
7

Air Traffic Services

H24

8

Fuelling

H24

9

Handling

H24

10

Security

H24

11

De-icing

H24
12

Remarks

NIL


LZIB AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1

Cargo-handling facilities

Fork-lifts, loading belts, pallet loaders (up to 7 t, up to 15 t).

2

Fuel and oil types

JET A1, AVGAS 100 LL

OIL - NIL

3

Fuelling facilities and capacity

Tank trucks:

  • JET A1 1 x 52 000 l (2 400 l/min)

    1 x 50 000 l (2 400 l/min)

    1 x 20 000 l (1 080 l/min)

    1 x 20 000 l (800 l/min)

  • AVGAS 100 LL 1 x 4 500 l (350 l/min)

    1 x 2 000 l (130 l/min)

4

De-icing facilities

De-icing vehicles:

1 x FMC Volvo SMD 1200 (premix)

1 x FMC Tempest (proportional mix)

maximum height 12,5 m

De-icing fluids:

Clariant Safewing MP I 1938 ECO (80) (heated)

Clariant Safewing MP II Flight (cold)

5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Limited, by arrangement with AD operator 24 HR PN.
6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Limited, only by arrangement with AD operator.

7

Remarks

Communication facilities:
Call sign Airport Bratislava
FREQ 131,85 MHz


LZIB AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1

Hotels

At AD limited, hotels in the city.

2

Restaurants

At AD and in the city.

3

Transportation

Buses and minibuses O/R, public transport, taxi.

4

Medical facilities

Hospital 4 km.

5

Bank and Post Office

Automatic teller machine H24. Post Office: YES.

6

Tourist Office

Reservation of accommodation and transport for crew is provided by AD Handling Service.

7

Remarks

Detailed information about above-mentioned facilities is available at the AD handling service.


LZIB AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1

AD category for fire fighting

CAT 7, O/R CAT 8 in 2 HR.
CAT 9 for CARGO/MAIL flight only.

2

Rescue equipment

Available.

3

Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

Available up to aircraft category B737. Telephone number of responsible coordinator: +421/2/33 03 33 03.

4

Remarks

NIL


LZIB AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1

Types of clearing equipment

9 snow airport sweepers with heavy snow ploughs, 1 snow airport sweeper, 1 combi spreader/sprayer for solid/liquid de-icing material with heavy snow plough, 2 spreaders for solid de-icing material with heavy snow ploughs, 1 sprayer for liquid de-icing material, 4 snow cutters, 3 lorries with heavy snow ploughs, 6 tractors

2

Clearance priorities

  1. RWY in use and access road from the rescue and fire fighting services unit

  2. TWY(s) to RWY in use

  3. Apron

  4. Other manoeuvring areas

3

Remarks

Runway friction coefficient is measured with the use of the Surface Friction Tester (high pressure tire) - SFH with automatic evaluation of measured values.

Information on snow clearance are published in SNOWTAM within the period stated in AD 1.2.2 Snow plan, para. AD 1.2.2.1.


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

2.8.1  Apron surface and strength

Apron

Surface

Strength

 

concrete

PCN 48/R/A/X/T

2.8.2  Taxiway width, surface and strength

Taxiway

Width

Surface

Strength

A

24 m

concrete

PCN 48/R/A/X/T

between APN and TWY D

PCN 54/R/A/X/T

between RWY 04 and TWY D

B

22 m

concrete

PCN 30/R/A/X/T

C

22 m

concrete

PCN 54/R/A/X/T

D

24 m

concrete

PCN 54/R/A/X/T

between THR RWY 04 and TWY A

PCN 30/R/B/X/T

between TWY A and THR RWY 22

F

22 m

concrete

PCN 48/R/A/X/T

G

22 m

concrete

PCN 51/R/A/X/T

GG

22 m

concrete

PCN 51/R/A/X/T

2.8.3   ACL location and elevation

Apron, ELEV 132 m.

2.8.4   VOR/INS checkpoints

NIL.

2.8.5  Remarks

The concrete shoulders of 11 m width are on both sides of the TWY A, with the lower strength than TWY.


LZIB AD 2.9  SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1

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

Stand ID signs - black number on the yellow arrow shaped background with black lining, located close to the parking guide line.

Visual guide lines of APN - yellow oblique lines marking entry to stands and stop lines.

 

RWY and TWY markings and LGT

RWY 04:

  • Markings W: THR RWY, TDZ, aiming point markings, RCL, edge lines

  • Markings Y: entrance marks at TWY C, A, F, D

  • LGT: RTHL, REDL, RENL

RWY 22:

  • Markings W: THR RWY, TDZ, aiming point markings, RCL, edge lines

  • Markings Y: entrance marks at TWY D, F, A, C, D

  • LGT: SALS, PALS, FLG LGT, RENL, REDL, RTHL

RWY 13:

  • Markings W: THR RWY, TDZ, aiming point markings, RCL, edge lines

  • Markings Y: entrance marks at TWY D, GG, F

  • LGT: RENL, REDL LIM/LIH, RCLL, RTHL

RWY 31:

  • Markings W: THR RWY, TDZ, aiming point markings, RCL, edge lines

  • Markings Y: entrance marks at TWY G, D, F

  • LGT: SALS, PALS, FLG LGT, RENL, RTZL, REDL LIM/LIH, RCLL, RTHL

Vertical marks - RWY 13/31 LGT;

Vertical marks - RWY 04/22 (LGT only exit TWY F and crossing of the RWY 13/31, other not LGT);

Vertical marks - TWY A, B, D, F, G LGT;

Vertical marks - TWY C (not LGT).

3

Stop bars

Marked. LGT STOP bars, WBAR at TWY F THR 13 and 31 - red.

4

Remarks

TWY A between APN and TWY D, TWY D between TWY A and APN C and APN C taxiway centre line markers - reflection green.


LZIB AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

2.10.1  In approach and take-off areas

RWY/Area affected

Obstacle type

Elevation

Markings/LGT

Coordinates

Remarks

abcde

13/APCH

31/TKOF

Building

ELEV 656 ft (200 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481223,4N 0170853,4E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 4

Building

ELEV 656 ft (200 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481248,3N 0170929,5E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 5

Building

ELEV 705 ft (215 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481227,0N 0170842,0E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 6

  Plickova building

ELEV 692 ft (211 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481240,4N 0170902,1E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 7

Paseky building

ELEV 558 ft (170 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481153,4N 0171030,7E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 3

Transmission line

ELEV 495 ft (151 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481118,6N 0171104,3E

 

ILS LOC 31 antenna

ELEV 443 ft (135 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481041,6N 0171200,3E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 1

Trees - forest - centre

ELEV 515 ft (157 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481111,0N 0171115,9E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 2

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 066 ft (325 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481240,8N 0170805,1E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 8

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 280 ft (390 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481251,5N 0170732,6E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 9

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 293 ft (394 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481304,9N 0170748,2E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 10

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 335 ft (407 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481332,1N 0170824,4E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 11

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 394 ft (425 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481309,6N 0170721,0E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 12

Terrain - height spot - trees - Veľká Baňa

ELEV 1 552 ft (473 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481334,9N 0170745,5E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 13

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 555 ft (474 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481356,8N 0170724,4E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 14

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 490 ft (454 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481344,9N 0170705,9E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 15

 

Terrain - height spot - trees - Spariska

ELEV 1 401 ft (427 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481330,9N 0170643,6E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 16

Terrain - height spot - trees

ELEV 1 644 ft (501 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481415,2N 0170729,6E

REF AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Identification number 17

31/APCH

13/TKOF

L BARKA

ELEV 466 ft (142 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480902,7N 0171433,7E

 

NDB OB

ELEV 489 ft (149 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: no

480653,4N 0171754,1E

 

04/APCH

22/TKOF

Railroad - alternating light

ELEV 466 ft (142 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

480921,8N 0171133,4E

 

ILS LOC 22 antenna

ELEV 446 ft (136 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480931,3N 0171146,9E

 

22/APCH

04/TKOF

NDB OKR

ELEV 522 ft (159 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481325,9N 0171725,2E

 
2.10.2  In circling area and at AD

Obstacle type

Elevation

Markings/LGT

Coordinates

Remarks

abcd

KNV building

ELEV 577 ft (176 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480857,8N 0170940,1E

NIL

Kukučínova building

ELEV 748 ft (228 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481005,0N 0170743,4E

Bratislava, Tower 115 building

ELEV 853 ft (260 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480828,2N 0170738,5E

Rezedova building

ELEV 610 ft (186 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480904,9N 0170946,1E

 

Vrakuňa building

ELEV 597 ft (182 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480841,9N 0171239,0E

Manor - house Bernolákovo

ELEV 600 ft (183 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

481205,9N 0171711,4E

Bratislava, Istrochem chimney

ELEV 697 ft (212 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481033,3N 0170858,0E

Etylen unit chimney

ELEV 832 ft (254 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480641,0N 0171102,8E

Bratislava, Incinerating plant east chimney

ELEV 845 ft (258 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480627,1N 0170958,7E

Bratislava, Slovnaft incinerating plant chimney

ELEV 828 ft (252 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480630,7N 0171017,2E

Bratislava - Tepláreň II chimney

ELEV 778 ft (237 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481036,1N 0170918,2E

Bratislava, Heating plant chimney

ELEV 831 ft (253 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480630,9N 0170954,1E

Malý Javorník (Meteoradar)

ELEV 2 001 ft (610 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481519,4N 0170907,7E

MSSR JAV

ELEV 2 054 ft (626 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481538,6N 0170947,8E

Bratislava, Vajnory, mast

ELEV 564 ft (172 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481155,3N 0171146,2E

Mlynská Dolina building

ELEV 909 ft (277 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480924,2N 0170418,6E

 

Kamzík tower

ELEV 2 067 ft (630 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481057,7N 0170541,3E

 

ILS GP 22

ELEV 463 ft (141 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481035,9N 0171329,2E

 

ILS GP 31

ELEV 459 ft (140 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480937,1N 0171351,5E

 

Meteorological observatory station

ELEV 479 ft (146 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481013,8N 0171225,8E

 

Osvetlenie APN C - 1, mast

ELEV 512 ft (156 m)

Markings:yes

LGT: yes

480956,3N 0171145,2E

 

Osvetlenie APN C - 2, mast

ELEV 511 ft (156 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480954,9N 0171148,4E

 

Osvetlenie APN C - 3, mast

ELEV 510 ft (156 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480953,5N 0171151,7E

 

Osvetlenie APN C - 4, mast

ELEV 509 ft (155 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480952,0N 0171154,9E

 

Osvetlenie APN - 1, mast

ELEV 494 ft (151 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481019,5N 0171215,4E

 
Osvetlenie APN - 2, mast

ELEV 527 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481017,9N 0171213,2E

 
Osvetlenie APN - 3, mast

ELEV 527 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481016,3N 0171210,9E

 
Osvetlenie APN - 4, mast

ELEV 525 ft (160 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481014,6N 0171208,7E

 

Osvetlenie APN - 5, mast

ELEV 524 ft (160 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481013,4N 0171206,9E

 

Osvetlenie APN - 6, mast

ELEV 527 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481011,1N 0171205,3E

 
Osvetlenie APN - 7, mast

ELEV 528 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481009,0N 0171202,3E

 
Osvetlenie APN - 8, mast

ELEV 527 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481006,9N 0171159,3E

 

Osvetlenie APN - 9, mast

ELEV 527 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481004,8N 0171156,3E

 

Osvetlenie APN - 10, mast

ELEV 529 ft (161 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481004,7N 0171152,4E

 

LPH mast

ELEV 466 ft (142 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480957,3N 0171158,1E

 

TAR/SRE 1

ELEV 463 ft (141 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481023,4N 0171242,3E

 

TAR/SRE 2

ELEV 459 ft (140 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481011,5N 0171307,6E

 

TWR

ELEV 561 ft (171 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481016,0N 0171207,2E

 

Radar tower

ELEV 512 ft (156 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

481018,4N 0171339,8E

 

NBS building

ELEV 846 ft (258 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480911,4N 0170653,7E

 

POLUS II building

ELEV 748 ft (228 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481012,3N 0170824,4E

 

Glória building

ELEV 765 ft (234 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480918,4N 0170819,1E

 

Ružová dolina building

ELEV 716 ft (218 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480908,2N 0170829,4E

 

CBC1 building

ELEV 799 ft (244 m)

Markings: yes

LGT: yes

480851,5N 0170731,0E

 

Tri veže I building

ELEV 710 ft (216 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480950,3N 0170821,0E

 

Tri veže II building

ELEV 710 ft (216 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480948,3N 0170822,8E

 

Tri veže III building

ELEV 710 ft (216 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480946,2N 0170824,7E

Obydick building

ELEV 736 ft (224 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481003,3N 0170736,4E

Lakeside park building

ELEV 744 ft (227 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

481021,6N 0170835,2E

Bratislava, Slovnaft 24 chimney

ELEV 781 ft (238 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

480629,3N 0171138,5E

Bratislava, Slovnaft 19 chimney

ELEV 797 ft (243 m)

Markings: no

LGT: no

480630,9N 0171130,9E

Bratislava, Retro building

ELEV 721 ft (220 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480907,6N 0170926,4E

Bratislava, Perla Ružinova building

ELEV 629 ft (192 m)

Markings: no

LGT: yes

480859,4N 0171000,6E

 

LZIB AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1

Associated MET Office

Central MET Briefing Office (CMBO) Bratislava

2

Hours of service

MET Office outside hours

H24

3

Office responsible for TAF preparation

Period of validity

CMBO Bratislava

24 HR

4

Type of landing forecast

Interval of issuance

TREND

1/2 HR within 0500-1900 (0400-1800)

5

Briefing/consultation provided

P, T, D

6

Flight documentation

Language(s) used

C, TB

SL, EN

7

Charts and other information available for briefing or consultation

S, P85, P50

U85, U70, U60, U50, U40, U35, U30, U27, U25, U22, U20, U15, U10, SWM, SWH

8

Supplementary equipment available for providing information

WXR, APT, lightning information

9

ATS units provided with information

Bratislava TWR, Bratislava APP, Bratislava ACC

10

Additional information

Postal address:

CMBO Bratislava

TEL: +421/2/48 57 42 63

TEL: +421/2/48 57 42 64

FAX: +421/2/43 33 85 48

Meteorological office CMBO at Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome provides briefing, consultation, meteorological documentation and further meteorological information also for other aerodromes within BRATISLAVA FIR without their own meteorological office or outside office hours of their meteorological offices (in accordance with para. GEN 3.5.4.3).


LZIB AD 2.12  RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designation RWY NR

TRUE and MAG bearing

Dimensions 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

04

043,91° GEO

039,79° MAG

2 900 x 60

PCN 54/R/B/X/T

concrete

SWY - NIL

480938,91N

0171157,90E

-

GUND 44 m

THR 436 ft (133 m)

22

223,93° GEO

219,81° MAG

2 900 x 60

PCN 54/R/B/X/T

concrete

SWY - NIL

481046,56N

0171335,27E

-

GUND 43,5 m

THR 430 ft (131,1 m)

TDZ 433 ft (132 m)

13

133,91° GEO

129,80° MAG

2 950 x 451)

PCN 50/R/B/X/T

concrete

SWY - NIL

481032,53N

0171214,29E

-

GUND 44 m

THR 433 ft (132 m)

31

313,93° GEO

309,82° MAG

2 950 x 451)

PCN 50/R/B/X/T

concrete

SWY - NIL

480926,29N

0171357,10E

-

GUND 43,5 m

THR 434 ft (132,2 m)

TDZ 436 ft (133 m)

Note: 1)The asphalt shoulders of 7,5 m width are on both sides of RWY 13/31, with the lower strength than RWY.

Slope of RWY and SWY
(%)

SWY dimensions
(m)

Dimensions (m) and surface of RESA

CWY
dimensions
(m)
Dimensions (m) and surface of strip

OFZ

789101112
RWY 04

-0,10

-0,03

+0,00

-0,06

1 165 m

375 m

170 m

1 190 m

NIL

240 x 150

grass

300 x 300

3 260 x 300

grass

NIL

RWY 22

+0,06

+0,00

+0,03

+0,10

1 190 m

170 m

375 m

1 165 m

NIL

240 x 150

grass

60 x 300

3 260 x 300

grass

NIL

RWY 13

+0,00

+0,11

-0,27

+0,04

+0,04

1 055 m

1 075 m

345 m

475 m

240 m

NIL

240 x 150

concrete/grass

60 x 300

3 310 x 300

grass

NIL

RWY 31

-0,04

+0,27

-0,11

+0,00

475 m

345 m

1 075 m

1 055 m

NIL

240 x 150

grass

60 x 300

3 310 x 300

grass

NIL


LZIB AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator

TORA

(m)

TODA

(m)

ASDA

(m)

LDA

(m)

Remarks

123456

13

2 950

3 010

2 950

2 950

NIL

31

3 190

3 250

3 190

2 950

Starter strip 240 m

04

2 900

3 200

2 900

2 900

NIL

22

2 900

2 960

2 900

2 900

NIL

2.13.1  Intersection take-off

RWY Designator

From

TORA

(m)

TODA

(m)

ASDA

(m)

Remarks

123456

04

TWY A

2175

2475

2175

NIL

22

TWY D

2195

2255

2195

NIL

13

TWY D

2270

2330

2510

NIL

31

TWY G

1410

1470

1410

NIL


LZIB AD 2.14  APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY Designator

APCH LGT

THR LGT

PAPI

TDZ LGT

RWY Centre Line LGT

RWY edge LGT

RWY End LGT

SWY LGT

type

LEN INTST

colour

WBAR

LEN

LEN, spacing

colour

INTST

LEN, spacing

colour

INTST

colour

WBAR

LEN

colour

123456789

04

NIL

G

-

NIL

NIL

NIL

2 900 m, 60 m

W

FM 2 300 m

Y

LIM/LIH

R

-

NIL

22

SALS

900 m LIM

PALS

CAT I

900 m LIH

W

FLG LGT

G

-

L/3°

NIL

NIL

2 900 m, 60 m

W

FM 2 300 m

Y

LIM/LIH

R

-

NIL

13

NIL

G

-

NIL

NIL

3 190 m, 15 m

W

FM 2 050 m

R/W

FM 2 950 m

R

LIM/LIH

3 190 m, 60 m

W

FM 2 590 m

Y

LIM/LIH

R

-

NIL

31

SALS

900 m LIM

PALS

CAT II
CAT III

900 m LIH

W

FLG

Row of barrettes

270 m

outside R

inside W

G

-

L/3°

W

900 m

2 950 m, 15 m

W

FM 2 050 m

R/W

FM 2 650 m

R

LIM/LIH

2 950 m, 60 m

W

FM 2 350 m

Y

LIM/LIH

R

-

NIL


LZIB AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1

ABN/IBN location, characteristics and operational hours

NIL

2

LDI location and LGT

Anemometer location and LGT

  • LDI: NIL

  • Anemometer: RWY 13: TDZ END, not lighted.

    RWY 31: TDZ END, not lighted.

    RWY 04: TDZ END, not lighted.

    RWY 22: TDZ END, not lighted.

3

TWY edge and centre line lighting

TWY lights:

  1. edge lights A, B, C, D, F, G are B;

  2. centre line light from stand number 5 to TWY F is G, from TWY F to stand number 5 is G, on TWY F from APN to red stop bar RWY 13 is G, protection zone ILS is G/Y (from red stop bar RWY 13 to THR 13);

  3. stop bars and wing bars on TWY F are R.

4

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

2 x UPS for RWY 13/31 /0 s.

2 x UPS for RWY 04/22.

Non-stop for radio navigation and radio communication facilities/0 s.

Stationary transporter for automatic meteorology station/0 s.

5

Remarks

NIL


LZIB AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

Geoid undulation

H1: TLOF - 481004,47N 0171208,78E

GUND 143 ft (44 m)

H2: TLOF - 481000,30N 0171204,21E

GUND 143 ft (44 m)

2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation

H1: TLOF - ELEV 433 ft (132 m)

H2: TLOF - ELEV 433 ft (132 m)

3

TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking

H1: TLOF - 23 m x 23 m;

  • concrete;

  • PCN 48/R/A/X/T;

  • white rectangle - in the middle of white letter H

H2: TLOF - 24 m x 24 m;

  • concrete;

  • PCN 30/R/A/X/T;

  • white rectangle - in the middle of white letter H

4

True and MAG BRG of FATO

NIL

5

Declared distances available

NIL

6

APCH and FATO lighting

NIL

7

Remarks

MAX weight of helicopter for H2 5 760 kg. H24.

H1: TLOF at TWY A between APN and TWY D.

H2: TLOF at TWY B 120 m from edge of TWY A and 30 m from edge of TWY D.


LZIB AD 2.17  AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AIRSPACE

1

Designation and lateral limits

ŠTEFÁNIK CTR:

481905N 0171959E
481521N 0172549E
481258N 0172222E

circular arc 7 NM around ARP LZIB to

480743N 0172232E
480525N 0172605E
475945N 0171755E

along state boundaries to

480837N 0170326E
481457N 0170046E
481808N 0170333E
481845N 0171343E
481859N 0171741E
481905N 0171959E
2

Vertical limits

5 000 ft AMSL / GND

3

Airspace classification

D
4

ATS unit call sign/language(s)

ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER/SL, EN

5

Transition altitude

10 000 ft AMSL

6

Remarks

NIL


LZIB AD 2.18  ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation

Call sign

Frequency

Operational hours

Remarks

12345

APP

ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR

134,925 MHz

118,975 MHz1)

121,500 MHz2)

H24

1) Alternate FREQ

2) Emergency FREQ

TWR

ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER

118,300 MHz

118,700 MHz1)

121,500 MHz2)

H24

1) Alternate FREQ

2) Emergency FREQ

TWR

ŠTEFÁNIK GROUND

120,900 MHz

121,700 MHz1)

H24

Vehicles and personnel control on the manoeuvring area.
Departure clearances delivery and start-up clearances on self-manoeuvring stands delivery (HO).
Information regarding OPR HR is broadcasted in ATIS ŠTEFÁNIK DEPARTURE.

1) Alternate FREQ

ATIS

ŠTEFÁNIK ARRIVAL

128,650 MHz

H24

ATIS information is broadcasted in English language and is also available on telephone numbers:
+421/2/48 57 20 90
+421/2/48 57 20 91
+421/2/48 57 20 92

ŠTEFÁNIK DEPARTURE

133,875 MHz


LZIB AD 2.19  RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid,
MAG VAR
CAT of ILS/MLS

(For VOR/ILS/MLS, give declination)

ID

Frequency

Hours of operation

Position of transmitting antenna coordinates

Elevation of DME transmitting antenna

Remarks

1234567

LOC 22

(4°E/2010)

ILS CAT I

OKR

108,3 MHz

H24

480931,3N

0171146,9E

 

RNG 25 NM
(±10 DEG/2 000 ft).

RNG 17 NM
(±35 DEG/2 000 ft).

GP ILS 22

 

334,1 MHz

H24

481035,9N

0171329,2E

 

RNG 10 NM
(±8 DEG/1 000 ft AGL).

Glide path angle is 3 DEG. ILS reference datum height is 15,7 m.

OM

dashes

75 MHz

H24

481326,1N

0171725,3E

  

MM

dot/dash

75 MHz

H24

481111,1N

0171410,5E

  

DME

OKR

CH 20 X

H24

481035,8N

0171329,4E

134 m

RNG 25 NM.

DME

OB

CH 44 X

H24

480937,0N

0171351,3E

135 m

RNG 25 NM.

LOC 31

(4°E/2010)

ILS CAT III A

OB

110,7 MHz

H24

481041,6N

0171200,3E

 

RNG 25 NM
(±10 DEG/2 000 ft).

RNG 17 NM
(±35 DEG/2 000 ft).

GP ILS 31

 

330,2 MHz

H24

480937,1N

0171351,5E

 

RNG 10 NM
(±8 DEG/1 000 ft AGL).

Glide path angle is 3 DEG. ILS reference datum height is 15,2 m.

OM

dashes

75 MHz

H24

480653,0N

0171754,2E

  

MM

dot/dash

75 MHz

H24

480902,8N

0171433,6E

  

NDB

OKR

391 kHz

H24

481325,9N

0171725,2E

 

RNG 75 NM.

NDB

OB

330 kHz

H24

480653,4N

0171754,1E

 

RNG 25 NM.

L

B

438 kHz

H24

480902,7N

0171433,7E

 

RNG 25 NM.

VOR/DME

(4°E/2010)

JAN

110,8 MHz

CH 45 X

H24

481043,2N

0173240,8E

129 m

RNG 60 NM.


LZIB AD 2.20  LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.20.1  Airport regulations
2.20.1.1  Scheduled flights
2.20.1.1.1 In accordance with Council Regulation (EEC) No 95/93, with Regulation (EC) No 793/2004 and in compliance with international standards set by IATA, Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome is a IATA Level 2 schedules facilitated airport. The Slot coordination department is designated to perform schedules facilitation. All aircraft operators operating or planning to operate flights from/to Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome must provide and update details of their planned operations to the Slot coordination department. These information shall be delivered well in advance using proper message scheme as defined in current version of IATA Standard Schedules Information Manual, chapter 6. The deadline dates for data submission can be found in the Calendar of Coordination Activities in current version of IATA Worldwide Slots Guidelines.

Detailed information on slot coordination processes applicable for Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome are published at www.bts.aero.

Contacts:

Postal address:

Letisko M. R. Štefánika - Airport Bratislava, a. s. (BTS)
Slot Coordination
Letisko M. R. Štefánika
P. O. Box 160
823 11 BRATISLAVA 216
Slovak Republic

SITA:BTSSC7X

e-mail:slots@bts.aero

TEL:+421/2/33 03 33 60

Operational hours: MON-FRI

0700-1530 (0600-1430)

except public holidays

2.20.1.2  General Aviation and Business Aviation
2.20.1.2.1 All General Aviation and Business Aviation aircraft operators with maximum take-off mass of 4 000 kg and above operating or planning to operate flights from/to Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome must provide and update details of their planned operations to the Operations Control Center. These information shall be delivered at least 2 hours before the flight using a GCR message form as defined in the current version of IATA Standard Schedules Information Manual, appendix K. All submitted plans shall receive their approval.

Detailed information on slot coordination processes applicable for Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome are published at www.bts.aero.

Contacts:

Postal address:

Letisko M. R. Štefánika - Airport Bratislava, a. s. (BTS)
Operations Control Center
Letisko M. R. Štefánika
P. O. Box 160
823 11 BRATISLAVA 216
Slovak Republic

e-mail:ga.slots@bts.aero

TEL:+421/2/33 03 33 12

TEL:+421/2/33 03 33 60

Operational hours: H24

2.20.2  Stand use

Use of the stands with critical types of ACFT (stand can be occupied by similar type as it is stated as critical or a smaller one).

Designation

Type of stand

Critical type of ACFT

1

nose-in

B763

1A

nose-in

B738W

1B

nose-in

B738W

2

nose-in

B763

3

nose-in

B763

3A

nose-in

B738W

3B

nose-in

B738W

4

nose-in

B763

4A

nose-in

B738W

4X

self-manoeuvring

B738W

5

nose-in

B738W

5X

self-manoeuvring

CRJ7

nose-in

B738W

6

nose-in

B738W

7

nose-in

B738W

8

nose-in

B738W

9

nose-in

B738W

10

nose-in

B738W

11

nose-in

B738W

12

nose-in

B738W

13

nose-in

B752

13A

nose-in

A306

14

self-manoeuvring

T154

15

self-manoeuvring

AT42

16

self-manoeuvring

AT42

17

self-manoeuvring

L410

18

self-manoeuvring

AT42

19

self-manoeuvring

L410

20

self-manoeuvring

IL76

21

self-manoeuvring

A306

31

self-manoeuvring

B737

32

self-manoeuvring

AT72

33

self-manoeuvring

AT72

34

self-manoeuvring

AT72

35

self-manoeuvring

AT72

41

self-manoeuvring

E135

42

self-manoeuvring

E135

43

self-manoeuvring

E135

44

self-manoeuvring

E135

45

self-manoeuvring

E135

46

self-manoeuvring

E135

47

self-manoeuvring

E135

48

self-manoeuvring

E135

2.20.2.1 In case stands 1, 2, 3, 4 are occupied it is not possible to use stands 1A, 1B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4X and 5X.
2.20.2.2 In case stand 13 is occupied it is not possible to use stand 13A.
2.20.2.3 In case stands 1A and 1B are occupied it is not possible to use stand 1.
2.20.2.4 In case stands 3A, 3B, 4A are occupied it is not possible to use stands 2, 3, 4, 4X.
2.20.2.5 In case stand 4X is occupied it is not possible to use stands 5, 4, 4A, 3B, 3.
2.20.2.6 In case stand 5X is occupied it is not possible to use stands 6, 5, 4A, 4.
2.20.2.7 Stand 5X is self-manoeuvring only for ACFT up to MAX category of CRJ7. For ACFT of bigger categories, but maximum B738W, a push-back must be used before start-up.
2.20.2.8 In case stands 1A, 1B, 2, 3A, 4A are occupied it is not possible to use stands 1, 3 and 4, stand 2 can be used by ACFT up to B738W.
2.20.2.9 In case stand 18 is occupied with MAX ACFT AT42 it is not possible to use stand 19.
2.20.2.10 In case stand 5 is occupied it is not possible to taxi into stand 4X.
2.20.2.11 In case stand 6 is occupied it is not possible to taxi into stand 5X.
2.20.2.12   TWY B can be used for ACFT parking.
2.20.2.13 In case stand 20 is occupied taxiing through TWY B to/from APN is restricted as follows:

Critical ACFT type on stand 20

TWY B usable as TAXIWAY for ACFT with maximum wingspan

LJ60

36 m

E135

24 m

B738W

Not usable as TAXIWAY

IL76

Not usable as TAXIWAY

2.20.2.14 Apron C is located to the southwest of the main apron and is used for General Aviation.
2.20.2.14.1 It consists of self-manoeuvring stands 41 to 48 and a non-marked apron area behind stand 48.
2.20.2.14.2 Stands 41 to 48 are to be assigned in reverse order, starting with stand 48 and finishing with stand 41.
2.20.2.14.3 Taxiing from/to apron C is allowed with RVR less than 350 m, but not less than 200 m for critical aircraft type E135 from main apron through TWY A, TWY D to apron C and vice versa with the assistance of "FOLLOW ME". Caution advised during taxiing.
2.20.2.14.4 Stand 41 and the northwestern edge area of apron C can be used only for daytime operations.
2.20.2.14.5 In case stand 21 is occupied it is not possible to use stands 1 or 1A and 1B.
2.20.2.14.6 In case stands 1A, 1B or 1 are occupied it is not possible to use stand 21.
2.20.3  Taxiing to and from stands
2.20.3.1 Taxiing to stands
2.20.3.1.1 Only with the assistance of "FOLLOW ME" or marshaller.
2.20.3.2 Taxiing from stands
2.20.3.2.1 From nose-in stands aircraft are pushed back before departure.
2.20.3.2.2 Self-manoeuvring stands are vacated by own power with the assistance of "FOLLOW ME" or marshaller.
2.20.3.2.3 If the pilot is confident to vacate a self-manoeuvring stand within safe distance from obstacles, it is allowed to vacate such stand without the assistance of "FOLLOW ME" or marshaller, provided rules published in para ENR 1.3.5.3 are followed.
2.20.3.3  ACFT with jet engines shall taxi from stands only on reduced engine thrust.
2.20.4  Parking area for small aircraft (General aviation)

Parking area is located on the west part of AD between the hangars A and B, B and C and in front of the hangar C.

2.20.5  Apron - taxiing during winter conditions

No special procedures.

2.20.6  Taxiing - limitations

NIL.

2.20.7  Drill, training, technical test flights or any other activities in aerodrome traffic circuit
2.20.7.1 Series of flights in aerodrome traffic circuit are allowed only during following periods:

MON-FRI: 0500-1800 (0400-1700)

SAT, SUN, HOL: 0700-1800 (0600-1700)

2.20.7.2 Drill, training, technical test flights or any other activities in aerodrome traffic circuit shall be reported to the Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome till 2100 (2000) of the previous day on one of these contacts:

TEL:+421/2/33 03 33 54

FAX:+421/2/43 42 15 73

SITA:BTSKX7X

e-mail:handling@bts.aero

2.20.7.3 The announcement shall contain the following information:
  1. aircraft operator specification for billing,

  2. aircraft nationality or common and registration mark, aircraft type, MTOM,

  3. planned activity,

  4. beginning and expected end of activity.

2.20.7.4 The aerodrome operator is authorized to regulate the execution of these flights due to clearance operations of the movement area in winter period.
2.20.8  Helicopter traffic - limitation

NIL.

2.20.9  Removal of disabled aircraft from RWY or TWY

The responsibility for removal of the disabled ACFT from the RWY or TWY bears the ACFT owner/operator. In the case the ACFT owner/operator does not remove ACFT immediately (in the shortest possible period of time), AD OPR will arrange all the action on the ACFT owner/operator costs, without any responsibility for other casual damages caused on the ACFT.

2.20.10  Movement on APN and taxiing strips

Movement of instructed staff of rescue and fire fighting services, fuel services, airport security and MET service, also by vehicles, is allowed on the APN and adjacent taxiing strips without TWR authorization.

2.20.11  Local traffic limitations
2.20.11.1 Operational restriction for aircraft with maximum take-off mass of 290 000 kg and above - Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome may only be used as a destination or alternate airport after prior permission of the aerodrome operator had been received 24 hours in advance via:

e-mail:occ@bts.aero or

SITA:BTSOP7X

2.20.11.2 Movement and parking of aircraft within the parking area is solely on aircraft operator's responsibility.
2.20.11.3 Aircraft arriving from non-Schengen countries are obliged to taxi to a published aircraft stand for the handling procedure before continuing to the parking area.
2.20.11.4 Aircraft arriving from Schengen area are obliged to request an approval from Operations Control Center (OCC BTS), FREQ 131,850 MHz, to taxi directly to parking area; crew and passengers must pass through General Aviation Terminal.
2.20.11.5 Taxiing for departure directly from the parking area is permitted only for flights within the Schengen area; crew and passengers must pass through General Aviation Terminal.
2.20.11.6 Aircraft departing outside the Schengen area must taxi from the parking area to stand on the apron first to pass through the passport and customs control.
2.20.11.7 Transportation of radioactive material of 50 kg and above is allowed only after prior permission granted by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the aerodrome 30 days in advance via:

e-mail:sekretariat@bts.aero

TEL:+421/2/33 03 30 03

2.20.11.8 Any engine start-up for other purposes than performing the flight must be approved by the Operations Control Center (OCC BTS), FREQ 131,850 MHz, see LZIB AD 2.4 Handling services and facilities.
2.20.12  Specific refuelling of ACFT L 410

Over wing refuelling of ACFT L 410 only in cooperation with service personnel of the aircraft’s operator without refuelling personnel entering the wing surface area.

2.20.13  Power-back usage

The Power-back procedures for leaving the stands can not be applied.

2.20.14  De/Anti-icing
2.20.14.1 De/Anti-icing of ACFT at Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome is provided either on the De/Anti-icing stand or in defined cases directly on the parking stand.
2.20.14.2  De/Anti-icing categories
2.20.14.2.1 Standard De/Anti-icing means treatment of at least one of the following ACFT parts:
  1. wing upper surfaces,

  2. fuselage upper surface,

  3. vertical stabilizer,

  4. horizontal stabilizer;

while none of the surfaces is higher than 12 metres. It is provided for the purpose of conducting of flight.

2.20.14.2.2 Non-standard De/Anti-icing means treatment of at least one of the following ACFT parts:
  1. wing lower surfaces,

  2. fuselage lower surface,

  3. ACFT undercarriage,

  4. engine blades or propellers,

  5. any De/Anti-icing at heights above 12 metres.

Non-standard De/Anti-icing is provided with engines turned-off only.

2.20.14.3 Place for De/Anti-icing
2.20.14.3.1 De/Anti-icing of ACFT with jet engines and propeller-driven ACFT with servicable propeller-brake, except of General Aviation ACFT and exceptions defined by the internal documentation of the airport operator, must be provided on the De/Anti-icing stand.
2.20.14.3.2 De/Anti-icing stand is situated at the north-eastern end of APN and marked by day-use markings as stand number 21.
2.20.14.3.3 Critical type of ACFT for De/Anti-icing on the De/Anti-icing stand is A306.
2.20.14.3.4 De/Anti-icing of General Aviation ACFT, of propeller-driven ACFT without servicable propeller-brake and De/Anti-icing in exceptional cases defined by the internal documentation of the airport operator, is provided directly on the parking stand.
2.20.14.4  De/Anti-icing request delivery
2.20.14.4.1 Request for De/Anti-icing must contain FLT number or REG mark, type of ACFT, ACFT stand on which the ACFT is parked and the category of requested De/Anti-icing (standard or non-standard).
2.20.14.4.2 Request for De/Anti-icing for the purpose of conducting of flight must be delivered to the Operations Control Center at least 15 minutes before the estimated off-block time.
2.20.14.4.3 Request for De/Anti-icing for purposes other than conducting of flight must be delivered to the Operations Control Center at least 30 minutes before the requested De/Anti-icing time.
2.20.14.4.4 Late delivered De/Anti-icing request is put at the last order behind all other requests and De/Anti-icing will be provided as soon as the capacity of the De/Anti-icing provider allows.
2.20.14.4.5 Precise instructions for De/Anti-icing must be handed by the FLT captain to the trained employee of the De/Anti-icing provider only in the written form, by filling the "De/Anti-icing Request". Other forms of instructions handover are not permitted.
2.20.14.4.6 In case of expected delay in De/Anti-icing Operations Control Center informs the ACFT operator about the reason of delay and the expected delay time.
2.20.14.5  Definition of De/Anti-icing sequence
2.20.14.5.1 De/Anti-icing on the De/Anti-icing stand has always priority over all other De/Anti-icing procedures.
2.20.14.5.2 On first establishment of two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK GROUND, outside OPR HR with ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER (see para. LZIB AD 2.18) pilots shall report intention to go through De/Anti-icing procedure on De/Anti-icing stand.
2.20.14.5.3 Taxi sequence to the De/Anti-icing stand is determined by TWR.
2.20.14.5.4 Taxi to the De/Anti-icing stand is always guided by the "Follow me" car.
2.20.14.5.5 The particular order of De/Anti-icing on the parking stand is determined by the Operations Control Center based on requests for De/Anti-icing from ACFT operators. Rules for this are based on internal documents of the airport operator.
2.20.14.5.6 De/Anti-icing on the De/Anti-icing stand is provided with engine(-s) running. In cases defined by the internal documents of the airport operator ACFT De/Anti-icing on the De/Anti-icing stand may be provided with engines turned-off and/or ACFT may be towed to the De/Anti-icing stand.

LZIB AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Part I

Noise abatement procedures for aeroplanes

2.21.1  General provisions
2.21.1.1 Take-offs and landings of aeroplanes not certified according to ICAO Annex 16, Volume I, are not permitted.
2.21.1.2 Take-offs and landings of aeroplanes according to ICAO Annex 16, Volume I, Part II, Chapter 2 are not permitted.
2.21.1.3 In accordance with the Directive 2006/93/EC of the European parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006, article 3 para. 4 letter a) and b) in the individual cases Member States may permit the temporary use of airports situated in their territory by aeroplanes that cannot be operated in accordance with para. LZIB AD 2.21.1.1 and 2.21.1.2.

Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic may grant exemption in the following cases:

  1. aeroplanes which operations are of such an exceptional nature that it would be unreasonable to withhold a temporary exemption,

  2. aeroplanes on non-revenue flights for the purposes of alternations, repair or maintenance.

2.21.2  Runway system preferences
2.21.2.1  RWY 13 and RWY 04 are preferably used for take-offs.
2.21.2.2  RWY 22 and RWY 31 are preferably used for landings.
2.21.2.3  Following configurations are preferably used:
  1. RWY 22 for landings and RWY 13 for take-offs, or

  2. RWY 31 for landings and RWY 04 for take-offs.

2.21.2.4 Using noise preferential runways is not obligatory for the cases listed in para. LZIB AD 2.21.5.6.
2.21.3  Arriving flights
2.21.3.1 Pilot, who performs visual approach is obliged to choose flight pattern, which enable to avoid the flight above the residential area near the airport (see AD 2-LZIB-8-1 Visual Approach Chart - ICAO). Descent gradient on final approach segment during visual approach shall not be less than 3° (5,2 %).
2.21.3.2 Descent gradient on final approach segment during instrument approach shall not be less than gradient specified in the appropriate Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO.
2.21.3.3  Continuous Descent Operations (CDO)
2.21.3.3.1  General procedure

Pilots of jet and turboprop aeroplanes are requested to perform CDO by planning their arrival and approach descent so as to maintain as high level as possible and adopt a low-engine power and low-drag configuration approach techniques for flying an optimum CDO flight profile with minimum flap setting for requested speed and avoiding early landing gear extension whenever practicable, provided that this is consistent with ATC requirements and safe operation of the aeroplane to fly stabilized approach.

When under vectoring ATC will provide the pilots with an estimate of the flight distance to the RWY threshold - distance-to-go information ("TRACK-MILES"), to allow pilots to manage descent with a rate they judge best suited to achieve CDO without using more power or drag than necessary. The objective will be to join the glide path at the appropriate level for the actual distance to the RWY threshold with a minimum of level flight segments. Pilots who require additional track mileage should inform ATC as soon as the requirement is apparent.

To facilitate this fly technique pilots should, besides other, follow the specified speed restrictions for arriving flights (see para. ENR 1.5.2.2). When traffic situation requires, ATC may impose additional speed control and give descent clearance or provide vectors which do not comply with CDO procedures.

2.21.3.3.2  Phraseology
  1. "EXPECT DESCENT AT OWN DISCRETION"

  2. "EXPECT CONTINUOUS DESCENT"

  3. "DESCEND AT OWN DISCRETION"

  4. "WHEN READY DESCEND"

  5. "EXPECT … TRACK-MILES"

2.21.4  Departing flights
2.21.4.1 It is recommended to perform rolling take-off.
2.21.4.2 After take-off maximum climb gradient should be maintained with respect to flight safety.
2.21.4.3 Recommended departure noise abatement procedures:
1. from take-off up to 2 000 ft AMSL
  1. take-off thrust

  2. speed V2 + 10 to 20 kt (or as limited by body angle)

  3. appropriate flap setting

2. from 2 000 ft to 3 500 ft AMSL
  1. climb thrust

  2. speed V2 + 10 to 20 kt

  3. maintain previous flap setting

3. over 3 500 ft AMSL
  1. retract flaps on schedule

  2. en-route climb configuration

4. from 3 500 ft AMSL to 10 000 ft AMSL
  1. MAX IAS 250 kt or as requested by ATC

2.21.5  Restrictions
2.21.5.1 Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) operation is limited to 30 minutes after arrival at the stand and 30 minutes before start up. The airport operator is entitled to apply penalties against the aircraft operator in case of non-compliance to the time limit.
2.21.5.2 Drill, training, technical test flights or any other activities in aerodrome traffic circuit are allowed during the periods stated in para. LZIB AD 2.20.6.1.
2.21.5.3 Except for safety reasons or cases stated in para. LZIB AD 2.21.5.6, reverse thrust should be used only on idle regime between 2200-0600 (2100-0500).
2.21.5.4 Run-up tests are allowed only on idle regime between 2200-0600 (2100-0500).
2.21.5.5 Unless otherwise stated in para. LZIB AD 2.21.5.6, between 2200-0600 (2100-0500) take-offs from RWY 31 and RWY 22 are not allowed for:
  1. aeroplanes powered by jet engines,

  2. propeller driven aeroplanes with MTOM of more than 45 tones.

2.21.5.6 Using noise preferential runways is not obligatory and restrictions regarding para. LZIB AD 2.21.5.3 and 2.21.5.5 are not applicable for:
  1. pilot-in-command due to flight safety reason decision,

  2. air traffic controller following provision 7.2.6 of Chapter 7, Doc 4444 (PANS ATM) or due to operational reason decision,

  3. aeroplanes in emergency,

  4. human life rescue flights,

  5. search and rescue flights authorized by a competent SAR body,

  6. flights performed for the transport of constitutional officials,

  7. flights of the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic and of the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic, while carrying out their duties,

  8. humanitarian aid flights.

Part II

Noise abatement procedures for helicopters

2.21.6  General provisions
2.21.6.1 NIL
2.21.7  Runway system preferences
2.21.7.1 Usage of RWY system between 0600-2200 (0500-2100) is without restriction.
2.21.7.2 Usage of RWY system between 2200-0600 (2100-0500) is without restriction.

LZIB AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1  General

Cloud base height is related to the appropriate THR RWY elevation. 

2.22.2  RWY in use

RWY in use is selected by Štefánik APP as the best for general purposes. If it is unsuitable for a particular operation, the pilot can obtain permission from ATC to use another RWY, but must accept that it could cause a delay.

2.22.3  Procedures for IFR flights within Štefánik CTR/Bratislava TMA 1, Bratislava TMA 2 and Bratislava TMA 4

Warning: Due to mountainous terrain north-west of the Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome and the viciniy of the BRATISLAVA FIR boundary,

  1. it is required for all IFR traffic manoeuvring north-west from extended centreline of RWY 22 a strict adherence to the track, altitude and speed restrictions of the published procedures,

  2. for the purpose of operator's contingency procedures design (engine out procedures, missed approach procedures due to loss of capability RNP APCH), it is recommended to use for

    RWY 31 RIGHT turn,

    RWY 22 LEFT turn.

2.22.3.1 Holding

Holding procedures are described and shown on Standard Arrival Charts - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (pages AD 2-LZIB-6-1 and AD 2-LZIB-6-3), on Instrument Approach Charts - ICAO (pages AD 2-LZIB-7-1, AD 2-LZIB-7-3, AD 2-LZIB-7-5, AD 2-LZIB-7-11, AD 2-LZIB-7-13, AD 2-LZIB-7-15, AD 2-LZIB-7-17, AD 2-LZIB-7-19, AD 2-LZIB-7-21, AD 2-LZIB-7-23) and on Circling Approach Charts (pages AD 2-LZIB-7-7, AD 2-LZIB-7-9, AD 2-LZIB-7-25, AD 2-LZIB-7-27).

2.22.3.2 Arriving flights

Standard instrument arrivals (STAR) are described in para. LZIB AD 2.22.8 and shown on Standard Arrival Charts - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (pages AD 2-LZIB-6-1, AD 2-LZIB-6-3).

Initial, intermediate, final and missed approach procedures are described and shown on Instrument Approach Charts - ICAO (pages AD 2-LZIB-7-1, AD 2-LZIB-7-3, AD 2-LZIB-7-5, AD 2-LZIB-7-11, AD 2-LZIB-7-13, AD 2-LZIB-7-15, AD 2-LZIB-7-17, AD 2-LZIB-7-19, AD 2-LZIB-7-21, AD 2-LZIB-7-23).

Clearance to perform RNP APCH (AD 2-LZIB-7-5, AD 2-LZIB-7-23) is issued on pilot's request. Further information regarding RNP APCH is stated in para. AD 1.1.6.

On first establishment of two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR pilots of arriving aircraft shall:

  1. report aircraft identification and actual and cleared level,

  2. report assigned heading or direct routing in case of flight outside ATS routes,

  3. confirm ATIS information and QNH.

2.22.3.3  Visual approach

Pilots conducting visual approach are expected not to enter airspace class G.

Pilot shall, in case of missed approach, conduct missed approach procedure, published in instrument approach chart of the respective procedure for the RWY in use, unless otherwise instructed by ATC.

2.22.3.4 Circling approach

Circling approach procedure and circling approach with prescribed track procedure is possible to perform only for non-instrument RWY 04 and RWY 13, after instrument approach RWY 22 or RWY 31.

For each aircraft category OCA (OCH) and visibility minima are stated on Circling Approach Charts (pages AD 2-LZIB-7-7, AD 2-LZIB-7-9, AD 2-LZIB-7-25, AD 2-LZIB-7-27).

Pilots-in-command are obliged to perform the flight so to avoid an area west of the airport, between the extended centrelines of RWY 04/22 and RWY 13/31, which is on the Circling Approach Charts marked with a darker shade and specified as follows: SECTOR NOT TO BE USED FOR CIRCLING.

2.22.3.4.1 Circling approach directions

For RWY 04 a RIGHT circling is established.

For RWY 13 a LEFT circling is established.

2.22.3.4.2 Circling approach options
2.22.3.4.2.1 Circling approach procedure:

instrument approach RWY 22 → right circling RWY 04

instrument approach RWY 31 → left circling RWY 13

2.22.3.4.2.2 Circling approach with prescribed track procedure 1):

instrument approach RWY 22 → right circling RWY 042)

instrument approach RWY 22 → left circling RWY 13 2)

instrument approach RWY 31 → right circling RWY 04 2)

instrument approach RWY 31 → left circling RWY 13

1) procedure not authorized at night

2) procedure not defined for aircraft category D

2.22.3.4.3 Missed approach procedure

Missed approach procedures for circling approach and circling approach with prescribed track are published on appropriate Circling Approach Charts.

Before leaving final approach track of instrument approach, missed approach procedure published on appropriate Instrument Approach Chart is applied.

2.22.3.5 Departing flights

Standard instrument departures (SID) are described in para. LZIB AD 2.22.7 and shown on Standard Departure Charts - Instrument (SID) - ICAO (pages AD 2-LZIB-5-1, AD 2-LZIB-5-3, AD 2-LZIB-5-5, AD 2-LZIB-5-7).

Warning: Due to mountainous terrain north-west of the Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik aerodrome, for all departures from RWY 31 is required a strict adherence to track description and defined altitude and speed restrictions (para. LZIB AD 2.22.7).

Pilots, who are unable to follow SID or issued non-standard clearances shall inform ATC before departure and request alternate clearance.

Pilots of departing aircraft shall establish two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK GROUND, outside OPR HR with ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER (see para. LZIB AD 2.18) for the purpose of obtaining:

  1. ATC clearance, which will consist of:

    1. destination aerodrome,

    2. SID,

    3. cleared level,

    4. SSR code,

    5. departure instructions if needed,

    6. CTOT, in case the flight is subject to ATFM measures.

    Note 1: Pilots, who are asking solely for ATC clearance but not yet ready for start-up shall advise ATC unit explicitly, stating the expecting start-up time. Due to operational reasons the SSR code can be issued only together with start-up clearance.

    Note 2: If the ATC clearance is not ready due to operational reasons, it will be passed to pilots at the latest before issuing a take-off clearance.

  2. start-up clearance on self-manoeuvring stands

    Note 3: Pilots should ask for start-up clearance when they are ready for start-up within 1 minute.

    Note 4: Pilots on nose-in stands shall ask ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER for start-up clearance together with pushback clearance.

On first establishment of two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK GROUND pilots shall:

  1. report aircraft identification, destination aerodrome, stand identification,

  2. confirm ATIS information and QNH,

  3. report intention to go through De/Anti-icing procedure or other requirements in connection with execution of departure if necessary.

Subsequently, instructions to change the FREQ will be issued to pilots to establish two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER for the purpose of obtaining:

  1. pushback and start-up clearance on nose-in stands

    Note 5: Pilots should ask for pushback and start-up clearance when they are ready for pushback and start-up within 1 minute.

  2. taxi clearance.

On first establishment of two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER pilots shall report aircraft identification and stand identification.

Pilots of departing aircraft shall remain on TWR frequency until passing 1 500 ft AMSL, unless otherwise instructed by ATC. After reaching 1 500 ft AMSL pilots shall establish two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR as soon as possible.

On first establishment of two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR pilots shall report:

  1. aircraft identification,

  2. actual and cleared level,

  3. SID or present heading in case of non-standard clearance.

2.22.3.6  Visual departure

Pilots conducting visual departure are expected not to enter airspace class G.

2.22.3.7  Low Visibility Procedures (LVP)
2.22.3.7.1 Common provisions relating to Low Visibility Procedures at aerodrome operations are listed in para. AD 1.1.1.4 and AD 1.1.1.5.
2.22.3.7.2  RWY 31 is approved for CAT III A approaches and landings. The pilots are informed by means of ATIS broadcast when LVP are in progress.
2.22.3.7.3  RWY shall be vacated via TWY F only, if not otherwise cleared by ATC. The pilots shall report RWY vacated when out of ILS protection zone (end of centre line lights G/Y on TWY F).
2.22.3.7.4 RWY 13/31 is available for take-offs when RVR is less than 400 m. When RVR is 400 m or above any RWY can be used depending on traffic situation.
2.22.3.7.5 When RVR is less than 350 m, TWY with serviceable centre line lights is to be used for taxiing only.
2.22.3.7.6 Taxiing to/from APN C when RVR is less than 350 m, but not less 200 m, for critical type E135 is to be conducted from main APN via TWY A and TWY D and vice versa with the assistance of "FOLLOW ME". Caution advised during taxiing.
2.22.4  Radar procedures
2.22.4.1 Pilots will be instructed to follow standard instrument arrival (STAR) or will be vectored and sequenced to the appropriate final approach track, so as to ensure an expeditious flow of traffic. Vectors and levels will be issued, as required for separating the aircraft, taking into account minimum obstacle clearance and aircraft characteristics.
2.22.5  Radio communication failure
2.22.5.1 For general part of the radio communication failure procedures see para. ENR 1.1.11.
2.22.5.2 Arrival procedure from the designated navigation aid - VOR JAN to appropriate IAF:

RWY 31: R-176 VOR JAN (track 176°) to IAF VYDRA. MNM ALT 4 000 ft AMSL.

RWY 22: R-355 VOR JAN (track 355°), at 7,1 NM DME JAN turn left to IAF CIFER. MNM ALT 4 000 ft AMSL.

2.22.5.3 In case of designated navigation aid - VOR JAN U/S alternate procedure apply:

RWY 31: designated navigation aid is NDB OB. Holding and instrument approach procedure as published on appropriate IAC.

RWY 22: designated navigation aid is NDB OKR. Holding and instrument approach procedure as published on appropriate IAC.

2.22.6  Procedures for VFR flights within Štefánik CTR/Bratislava TMA 1, Bratislava TMA 2 and Bratislava TMA 4

Provided that traffic situation makes it possible, an ATC clearance for VFR flight will be issued under the conditions described in the following provisions.

2.22.6.1 Arriving flights and overflights

Pilots of aircraft entering Štefánik CTR/Bratislava TMA 1, Bratislava TMA 2 or Bratislava TMA 4 from uncontrolled airspace shall establish two-way radio contact on appropriate FREQ of TWR or Štefánik APP according to which area of responsibility they are expecting to enter (see para. LZIB AD 2.18), at least 3 minutes before entering and pass flight data according to para. ENR 1.1.6.

2.22.6.2 Departing flights

Pilots of aircraft departing from aerodrome Bratislava/M. R. Štefánik shall establish two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK GROUND, outside OPR HR with ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER (para. LZIB AD 2.18). Pilots departing from other place of departure within Štefánik CTR shall establish two-way radio contact with ŠTEFÁNIK TOWER. Pilots shall consequently pass:

  1. aircraft identification,

  2. stand identification or place of departure within CTR if appropriate,

  3. confirmation of ATIS information and QNH,

  4. request for a flight clearance for flights with submitted flight plan or request for submission of limited information of a flight plan according para. ENR 1.10.1.1.5.

Example:
OM ABC, STAND 31, INFORMATION GOLF QNH 1014, REQUEST FLIGHT CLEARANCE ACCORDNIG TO FLIGHT PLAN.

or

OM ABC, STAND 31, INFORMATION GOLF QNH 1014, REQUEST TO SUBMIT FLIGHT PLAN FOR VFR FLIGHT.

2.22.6.3 Holding

Pilots may be required to hold at a specific geographical location. 

2.22.6.4  VFR entry and exit points to/from Štefánik CTR

VFR entry and exit points to/from Štefánik CTR

Devín

481027N 0165916E

Kittsee

480459N 0170404E

Modra

481955N 0171837E

Senec

481305N 0172423E

Stupava

481624N 0170151E

Šamorín

480055N 0172000E

Zlaté Klasy

480708N 0172520E

2.22.6.5 All VFR flights to/from the Štefánik CTR shall be carried out only via established entry and exit points unless appropriate ATS unit states otherwise.

Pilots of VFR flights are reminded of the requirements to remain in VMC at all times and shall advise ATC if at any time they are unable to comply with the instructions issued.

2.22.7  Standard instrument departures

(SID) - RWY 04

Designation

Track

After take-off

Remarks

Climb to

Communication

12345

BERVA 8Z

Climb straight ahead to NDB OKR, track 040° (QDR 040° NDB OKR) to intercept R-356 VOR JAN (track 356°) to BERVA.

5 000 ft AMSL to 15,0 NM DME OKR, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK

RADAR
134,925 MHz

RESTRICTION:
To remain in controlled airspace increase climb gradient to 4,5 % to 3 500 ft AMSL. If unable to comply, inform ATC.

NIT 7Z

NITRA 7Z

Climb straight ahead to NDB OKR, intercept track 079° (QDR 079° NDB OKR/R-259 VOR NIT) to VOR NIT.

 

TABIN 2Z

Climb straight ahead to NDB OKR, turn right to intercept R-291 VOR JAN (track 111°) to VOR JAN, intercept R-111 VOR JAN (track 111°) to TABIN.

TOVKA 4Z

Climb straight ahead to NDB OKR, turn right to track 267° (QDM 267° L B) to L B, intercept track 296° (QDR 296° L B) to TOVKA.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

RESTRICTION:
Cross TOVKA at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.

TOVKA 4L

Climb straight ahead to TP (3,0 NM DME OKR, 3,7 NM DME OB), turn left to HDG 253° to intercept R-279 VOR JAN (track 279°) to TOVKA.

RESTRICTION:
Cross TOVKA at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
Climb gradient 5 % to 2 500 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt and MNM bank angle 20° until established on HDG 253° due to airspace structure.

VAMOG 3Z

Climb straight ahead to NDB OKR, turn right to intercept R-291 VOR JAN (track 111°) to VOR JAN, intercept R-165 VOR JAN (track 165°) to VAMOG.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR
134,925 MHz

RESTRICTION:
Cross VAMOG at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.

ASC 4,5 % - 273 ft/NM

Ground speed

(kt)

75

100

150

200

250

300

Vertical speed

(ft/min)

34245668491111391367

ASC 5 % - 304 ft/NM

Ground speed

(kt)

75

100

150

200

250

300

Vertical speed

(ft/min)

380506760101312661519

(SID) - RWY 13

Designation

Track

After take-off

Remarks

Climb to

Communication

12345

BERVA 7Y

Climb straight ahead to NDB OB, intercept track 065° (QDR 065° NDB OB/R-245 VOR JAN) to VOR JAN, intercept R-356 VOR JAN (track 356°) to BERVA.

5 000 ft AMSL to 15,0 NM DME OKR, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR
134,925 MHz

 

NIT 7Y

NITRA 7Y

Climb straight ahead to NDB OB, intercept track 065° (QDR 065° NDB OB/R-245 VOR JAN) to VOR JAN, intercept R-068 VOR JAN/R-248 VOR NIT (track 068°) to VOR NIT.

 

TABIN 2Y

Climb straight ahead to NDB OB, intercept track 097° (QDR 097° NDB OB) to TABIN.

TOVKA 4Y

Climb straight ahead to NDB OB, turn left to HDG 297°, intercept R-279 VOR JAN (track 279°) to TOVKA.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

RESTRICTION:
Cross TOVKA at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
MAX IAS 205 kt until established on HDG 297°.

VAMOG 3Y

Climb straight ahead to NDB OB, track 130° (QDR 130° NDB OB) to intercept R-165 VOR JAN (track 165°) to VAMOG.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

RESTRICTION:
Cross VAMOG at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.

(SID) - RWY 22

Designation

Track

After take-off

Remarks

Climb to

Communication

12345

BERVA 2B

Climb straight ahead to TP (3,0 NM DME OKR, 2,6 NM DME OB), turn left to track 034° (QDM 034° NDB OB) to NDB OB, intercept track 065° (QDR 065° NDB OB/R-245 VOR JAN) to VOR JAN, intercept
R-356 VOR JAN (track 356°) to BERVA.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK
RADAR
134,925 MHz

RESTRICTION:
Climb gradient 5 % to 1 800 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt until established on track to NDB OB. Close conformance to the nominal track is recommended to avoid Danger area LZD2 Slovnaft.

NIT 2B

NITRA 2B

Climb straight ahead to TP (3,0 NM DME OKR, 2,6 NM DME OB), turn left to track 034° (QDM 034° NDB OB) to NDB OB, intercept track 065° (QDR 065° NDB OB/R-245 VOR JAN) to VOR JAN, intercept
R-068 VOR JAN/R-248 VOR NIT (track 068°) to VOR NIT.

TABIN 4B

Climb straight ahead to TP (3,0 NM DME OKR, 2,6 NM DME OB), turn left to track 034° (QDM 034° NDB OB) to NDB OB, intercept track 097° (QDR 097° NDB OB) to TABIN.

TOVKA 6B

Climb straight ahead to TP (3,0 NM DME OKR, 2,6 NM DME OB), turn left to track 034° (QDM 034° NDB OB) to NDB OB, turn left to HDG 309°, intercept R-279 VOR JAN (track 279°) to TOVKA.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR
134,925 MHz

RESTRICTION:
Cross TOVKA at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
Climb gradient 5 % to 1 800 ft AMSL.
MAX IAS 205 kt until established on HDG 309°.
Close conformance to the nominal track is recommended to avoid Danger area LZD2 Slovnaft.

VAMOG 5B

Climb straight ahead to TP (3,0 NM DME OKR, 2,6 NM DME OB), turn left to track 034° (QDM 034° NDB OB) to NDB OB, intercept track 130° (QDR 130° NDB OB), intercept R-165 VOR JAN (track 165°) to VAMOG.

RESTRICTION:
Cross VAMOG at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
Climb gradient 5 % to 1 800 ft AMSL.
MAX IAS 205 kt until established on track to NDB OB.
Close conformance to the nominal track is recommended to avoid Danger area LZD2 Slovnaft.

ASC 5 % - 304 ft/NM

Ground speed

(kt)

75

100

150

200

250

300

Vertical speed

(ft/min)

380506760101312661519

(SID) - RWY 31

Designation

Track

After take-off

Remarks

Climb to

Communication

12345

BERVA 8A

Climb straight ahead, at 900 ft AMSL turn right to intercept R-288 VOR JAN (track 108°), intercept track 040° (QDR 040° NDB OKR), intercept R-356 VOR JAN (track 356°) to BERVA.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK
RADAR
134,925 MHz

RESTRICTION:
Climb gradient 6 % to 2 400 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt until established on R-288 VOR JAN.

NIT 8A

NITRA 8A

Climb straight ahead, at 900 ft AMSL turn right to intercept R-264 VOR NIT (track 083°) to VOR NIT.

RESTRICTION:
Climb gradient 6 % to 2 400 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt until established on R-264 VOR NIT.

TABIN 3A

Climb straight ahead, at 900 ft AMSL turn right to intercept R-288 VOR JAN (track 108°) to VOR JAN, intercept R-111 VOR JAN (track 111°) to TABIN.

RESTRICTION:
Climb gradient 6 % to 2 400 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt until established on R-288 VOR JAN.

TOVKA 5A

Climb straight ahead, at 900 ft AMSL turn right to HDG 279°, intercept track 296° (QDR 296° L B) to TOVKA.

RESTRICTION:
Cross TOVKA at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
Climb gradient 6 % to 2 400 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt until established on HDG 279°.

TOVKA 5K

Climb straight ahead to TP (6,6 NM DME OB, 5,8 NM DME OKR), turn left to intercept R-279 VOR JAN (track 279°) to TOVKA.

5 000 ft AMSL, next climb according to ŠTEFÁNIK APP instructions.

ŠTEFÁNIK RADAR
134,925 MHz

RESTRICTION:
Cross TOVKA at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
Climb gradient 6 % to 2 400 ft AMSL.
The route is available only on pilot´s REQ.

VAMOG 4A

Climb straight ahead, at 900 ft AMSL turn right to intercept R-288 VOR JAN (track 108°) to VOR JAN, intercept R-165 VOR JAN (track 165°) to VAMOG.

RESTRICTION:
Cross VAMOG at 10 000 ft AMSL or above when the planned cruising level is 10 000 ft AMSL or higher.
Climb gradient 6 % to 2 400 ft AMSL. MAX IAS 205 kt until established on R-288 VOR JAN.

ASC 6 % - 365 ft/NM

Ground speed

(kt)

75

100

150

200

250

300

Vertical speed

(ft/min)

456608911121515191823
2.22.8  Standard instrument arrivals

(STAR) - RWY 22

Significant Points

MAG Track

Distance

NM

MNM IFR altitude

ft

Remarks

12345

BERVA 3S

 

REP BERVA
483703N 0173228E

 

176°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

10,0

5 500

16,4 DME JAN

   
 

176°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

3,2

2 500

13,2 DME JAN

   
 

220°

(QDM 220° NDB OKR)

6,1

2 500

IAF CIFER
481928N 0172610E

   

KOXER 1S

    

REP KOXER
480739N 0170254E

   
 

056°

(QDM 056° NDB OKR)

11,3

3 100

IAF NDB OKR
481326N 0171725E

   

KUVEX 1S

    
REP KUVEX
475430N 0172615E
   
 

011°

(R-191 VOR JAN)

16,8

2 500

VOR/DME JANOVCE
481043N 0173241E

   
 

356°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

8,4

2 500

8,4 DME JAN    
 

271°

(R-271 VOR NIT)

4,3

2 500

IAF CIFER
481928N 0172610E

   

NIT 3S

NITRA 3S

 

REP VOR/DME NITRA
481726N 0180302E

   
 

271°

(R-271 VOR NIT)

9,5

5 500

9,5 DME NIT

   
 

271°

(R-271 VOR NIT)

15,2

2 500

IAF CIFER
481928N 0172610E

   

TABIN 7S

 
REP TABIN
480055N 0180504E
   
 

291°

(R-111 VOR JAN)

8,9

5 500

15,0 DME JAN

   
 

291°

(R-111 VOR JAN)

15,0

2 500

VOR/DME JANOVCE
481043N 0173241E

   
 

356°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

8,4

2 500

8,4 DME JAN    
 

271°

(R-271 VOR NIT)

4,3

2 500

IAF CIFER
481928N 0172610E
   

XOMBA 5S

 
REP XOMBA
474524N 0180343E
   
 

317°

(R-137 VOR JAN)

15,6

5 500

17,2 DME JAN    
 

317°

(R-137 VOR JAN)

17,2

2 500

VOR/DME JANOVCE
481043N 0173241E
   
 

356°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

8,4

2 500

8,4 DME JAN    
 

271°

(R-271 VOR NIT)

4,3

2 500

IAF CIFER
481928N 0172610E

   

(STAR) - RWY 31

Significant Points

MAG Track

Distance

NM

MNM IFR altitude

ft

Remarks

12345

BERVA 3R

 

REP BERVA
483703N 0173228E

   
 

176°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

10,0

5 500

16,4 DME JAN

   
 

176°

(R-356 VOR JAN)

16,4

3 000

VOR/DME JANOVCE
481043N 0173241E
   
 

176°

(R-176 VOR JAN)

8,6

2 500

IAF VYDRA
480205N 0173244E
   

KOXER 1R

 

REP KOXER
480739N 0170254E

   
 

091°

(QDM 091° NDB OB)

3,3

3 100

17,0 DME JAN,
4,6 DME OB
   
 

091°

(QDM 091° NDB OB)

6,8

2 500

IAF NDB OB
480653N 0171754E

   

KUVEX 1R

    

REP KUVEX
475430N 0172615E

   
 

043°

(R-224 VOR NIT)

3,0

2 500

IAF URUMU
475634N 0172932E

   

NIT 3R

NITRA 3R

    

REP VOR/DME NITRA
481726N 0180302E

   
 

229°

(R-229 VOR NIT)

9,2

5 500

9,2 DME NIT

   
 

229°

(R-229 VOR NIT)

16,2

2 500

IAF VYDRA
480205N 0173244E

   

TABIN 5R

   

REP TABIN
480055N 0180504E

   
 

291°

(R-111 VOR JAN)

8,9

5 500

15,0 DME JAN

   
 

291°

(R-111 VOR JAN)

7,1

2 500

7,9 DME JAN

   
 

229°

(R-229 VOR NIT)

9,0

2 500

IAF VYDRA
480205N 0173244E

   

XOMBA 4R

    
REP XOMBA
474524N 0180343E
   
 

317°

(R-137 VOR JAN)

15,6

5 500

17,2 DME JAN    
 

317°

(R-137 VOR JAN)

10,3

2 500

6,9 DME JAN    
 

229°

(R-229° VOR NIT)

5,5

2 500

IAF VYDRA
480205N 0173244E

   

LZIB AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1  Bird concentrations in the vicinity of the aerodrome
2.23.1.1 Determination of bird migrations with potential hazard to air traffic:
2.23.1.1.1 Spring migration period of birds is from the middle of February until the beginning of May, from 0400 over all day.
2.23.1.1.2 Autumn migration period of birds is from the end of August until the end of October, from 0400 over all day.
2.23.1.2  Day intervals of increased incidence:
Month

JAN-MAR

APR-JUN

JUL-SEP

OCT-DEC

Period

0600-0900

0500-0800

0000-0900

0600-0900

1200-2100

1200-2000

1200-2400

1500-1800

migrating birds

pigeons, gulls, falcons, rooks, buzzards, magpies, cormorants, geese, ducks

gulls, pigeons, falcons, magpies

gulls, pigeons, falcons, magpies

gulls, pigeons, rooks, buzzards, falcons, magpies, cormorants, geese, ducks

2.23.1.3 Average height of flight of birds is approximately 500 m AGL in the daytime and approximately 700 m at night.
2.23.1.4  Localities with the greatest hazard from the bird movements are indicated in LZIB AD 2-LZIB-8-3 Bird Concentrations.

LZIB AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Chart name

Page

Aerodrome Chart - ICAO

AD 2-LZIB-2-1

Markings on Manoeuvring Area

AD 2-LZIB-2-2

Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - ICAO

AD 2-LZIB-2-3

Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO

AD 2-LZIB-2-5

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A (operating limitations) RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-3-1

Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-4-1

Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO RWY 04

AD 2-LZIB-5-1

Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO RWY 13

AD 2-LZIB-5-3

Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO RWY 22

AD 2-LZIB-5-5

Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-5-7

Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO RWY 22

AD 2-LZIB-6-1

Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-6-3

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO NDB RWY 22

AD 2-LZIB-7-1

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS CAT I or LOC RWY 22

AD 2-LZIB-7-3

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO RNAV (GNSS) RWY 22

AD 2-LZIB-7-5

Circling Approach Chart CIRCLING RWY 22 → 04

AD 2-LZIB-7-7

Circling Approach Chart CIRCLING (ACFT CAT A, B, C) RWY 22 → 13

AD 2-LZIB-7-9

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO NDB RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-11

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO LOC RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-13

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS CAT I RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-15

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS CAT I ASC 4 % RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-17

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS CAT II & III A RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-19

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS CAT II & III A ASC 4 % RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-21

Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO RNAV (GNSS) RWY 31

AD 2-LZIB-7-23

Circling Approach Chart CIRCLING (ACFT CAT A, B, C) RWY 31 → 04

AD 2-LZIB-7-25

Circling Approach Chart CIRCLING RWY 31 → 13

AD 2-LZIB-7-27

Visual Approach Chart - ICAO

AD 2-LZIB-8-1

Bird Concentrations

AD 2-LZIB-8-3

Landing Chart

AD 2-LZIB-8-5

Noise monitoring sites chart

AD 2-LZIB-8-7