Presentation on theme: "ATS for General Aviation"— Presentation transcript:
1ATS for General Aviation VFR Operations at LCLKNicolas MytidesSATCOLCLK Air Traffic Control Tower Unit
2LARNAKA (LCLK)ARP N ERWY22/04 (2994x45m) AD Code EElev. THR22 6ft, THR04 11ftILS CAT I RWY22 – VOR/DME RWY04 – NDB APPMixed IFR/VFR, StateApron 1, Apron 2, GA Apron 2, GA “old”Cap. 12ARR/12DEP – total 18/hrARFF Cat.8
3LCA Traffic Counts 2013 Total Yearly Count 6520 Average / Month 543 Max/Min708/405Touch & Goes3309
4New General Aviation Apron (Apron 2) Access via taxilane CU – ITHP CU1 CPAUATCAISMETARFFNew General Aviation Apron (Apron 2)Access via taxilane CU – ITHP CU1Vehicle service road crossing - CAUTIONSTD taxi routes for VFRRWY22 vacate via D (depart via B)RWY04 vacate via B (depart via D)OLD GA APRON
5Airways within the FIR below FL200 (Class C airspace) Within Nicosia FIR, Air Traffic Control Service is provided to VFR traffic in the following airspace:Airways within the FIR below FL200 (Class C airspace)Aerodrome Control Zones (CTR-Class C) LCLK 8000ft (25nm)Aerodrome Traffic Zones (ATZ-Class B) LCLK 3000ft (4nm)ClassType of FlightSeparationServiceBIFRAll aircraftAir Traffic Control ServiceVFRCIFR from IFRIFR from VFRVFR from IFRATCS for separation from IFR;VFR/VFR traffic informationGIFR/VFRnot providedFlight Information ServiceAll the airspace of Cyprus is a prohibited area except those parts designated as training areas and VFR routes.
6LCLK CTR Local VFR VFR Routes VFR Training Areas Marki/Klirou Standard S/L-Kalochorio-MosfilotiMarki/Klirou DirectS/L-Kalochorio-AlambraLimassol StandardS/L-Kalochorio-Mosfiloti-Dipotamos DamLimassol DirectS/L-Klavdia-Dipotamos DamNight VFR (LCA-PHA vv)VFR Training AreasPSEVDAS (LCV101) Class CMARKI (LCV102) G/3000ft AMSLKLIROU (LCV 103) G/5000ft AMSLLIMASSOL (LCV107) G/3000ft AMSLAll Training Areas designated as RMZ/TMZAIC C004/09
8Weather minima Special VFR VFR flights shall not take off or land at an aerodrome within a control zone, or enter the aerodrome traffic zone or traffic pattern:ceiling less than ft orground visibility less than 5 kmSpecial VFRSubject to ATC clearance, Special VFR flights may operate within a control zone:ground visibility not less than 1500m (helicopters 800m)ceiling not less than 600ftduring day onlyspeed 140kts IAS or lessclear of cloud, in sight with surfaceSeparationBetween IFR and special VFR and between special VFR flights.
10Flight Plan Change IFR to VFR ATC Notify ATC specifically that the IFR flight is cancelled and communicate changes to be made on current flight plan.Shall not cancel IFR unless anticipated that flight will be continued for a reasonable period of time in uninterrupted visual meteorological conditions.Change shall only be acceptable only when message “CANCELLING MY IFR FLIGHT” initiated by pilot-in-command.ATCAdvise pilot if aware that IMC likely to be encountered along the route of flight.Acknowledgement “IFR FLIGHT CANCELLED AT ... (time)”;Inform other ATS units to whom the IFR FPL was addressed except those passed;VFR to IFRSubmit FPL to ATC, communicate changes, obtain a clearance prior proceeding IFR when in controlled airspace.
11Simulated IFR subject to ATC approval… fully functioning dual controls…qualified pilot occupies a control seat to act as Safety Pilot for the person who is flying under SIM instrument conditions…the Safety Pilot shall have adequate vision forward and to each side of the aircraft…ATS provision as VFR flight...
12Night VFR Night VFR Route Min Altitude: 3000ft AMSL (climb/descent in airport vicinity)Route Description: Salt Lake – Kophinou – Yermasoyia dam –Kouris dam – Avdimou – Ahelia vv.Weather MinimaVisibility 10k at both airports (cross country), or 8km (circuits).No clouds below the level which is 1000ft above level of flight.No warning of deterioration in the minima above.AuthorizationSubject to traffic and MET conditions, authorized by ATC to operate only in aerodome vicinity or on designated route, provided pilot, or instructor of a training flight, is a holder of a valid PPL license with night-flight rating qualification.
13VFR Radio Failure Procedures Aircraft North/WestSet A7600. Last cleared altitude. Arrive over salt lake.Observe aerodrome traffic, RWY-in-use.Orbit/descend 500 ft over roundabout abeam the Control Tower.Look out for ATC light signals.Rock the wings as acknowledgement when observing signal.GREEN climb 1000ft, join circuit via RD RWY22 or LD RWY04.RED climb 1000ft, remain over salt lake. Repeat when traffic permits.
14Aircraft East/South (sea) Set A7600. Last assigned altitude. Arrive on downwind abeam Control Tower.Observe aerodrome traffic, RWY in-use.Orbit/descend 500ft on downwind.Look for ATC light signals.Rock wings for acknowledgement when observing signal.GREEN maintain 500ft, join circuit via LD RWY22 or RD RWY04.RED remain abeam Control Tower, continue orbiting until a green signal observed.
15Emergency Procedures Local Standby declared when an aircraft approaching the airport is known or is suspected to have developed some defect but the trouble is not such as would normally involve any serious difficulty in affecting a safe landing.Flight crew may be reluctant to use the standard prefixes to inform ATC initially. Controllers shall ask pilot if declaring an emergency. If the pilot declined to do so, the controller may, if he considers it appropriate, carry out the necessary actions as if the pilot had declared an emergency.Full Emergencydeclared when an aircraft approaching the airport is known or is suspected to be in such a trouble that there is an imminent danger for accident.
16State of Emergency External Notification Internal LOCAL STANDBY ARFF Hermes OperationsSATCOAIS OfficeFULL EMERGENCYCRASH ON AIRPORTCRASH OFF AIRPORTCRASH ON WATERJRCCACC, PHA, AKRBOMB THREATHIJACKSABOTAGEDCA Airport ServicesSTRUCTURAL FIRENATURAL DISASTERHAZMATMEDICALGROUND EMERGENCYEMERGENCYCHECKLISTSAVIATENAVIGATECOMMUNICATE