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As AD hours. Prior notice required by on previous day. As ATS hours. Phone service H Mon-Sat ; Sun See also AD 2. Limited, on request from Handling Agents. W80, W No anti-icing agent available. Refuelling facilities available during published hours of opening from Aviflight Ltd, Tel: Handling is mandatory for all arriving aircraft.
Arrangements should be confirmed in advance with one of the following handling agents: Menzies Aviation Ltd, Tel: , Fax: , Frequency: Hotel adjacent to airpot, Douglas, Port Erin. Buffet and bar at Airport. Buses, taxis and car hire. Limited first aid treatment. Hospital at Douglas, 6 NM. Cash dispenser and Postal collection at airport. Port Erin, Douglas. RFF Category 7 available with 48 hours prior notice. Operational hours as AD hours. Outside these times and by arrangement, reduced RFF category may be provided for specific flights.
As determined by aerodrome authority. Braking action measurement by Grip Tester. All stands with the exception of Stands 7 and 8 have numbered identification boards at the head of the stand. Touch Down Zone on Runway 26 and 08 are non standard - Runway 08 last two pairs omitted, Runway 26 last pair omitted.
Taxiway marking aid s :. Taxiway light s :. Stop bars in use during all operational hours. Two wind direction indicators. Forecaster available H Charts abbreviated plain language text. Cloud satellite receiver. Centre-line with one crossbar with HI uni-directional component co-located with LI red omni-directional component.
Pilots should establish on runway centre-line before descending on the PAPI signal. Coded centre-line with four crossbars. Yellow caution zone lights. Coded centre-line with three crossbars. Anemometer: Apron floodlighting. Obstacle lighting. Also CTR channel. Mon-Sat ; Sun ; and by arrangement. ATZ hours coincident with Approach hours. As directed by ATC. Non-ATS frequency.
Available when Fire vehicle attending aircraft on the ground in an emergency. RWY 08 Off-set 3. Normally radiates H24 when selected. Hours of operation for aerodrome purposes: Mon-Sat ; Sun ; and by arrangement. Zero range is indicated at THR of Runway 08 and On AD. Range 20 NM.
Normally radiates H Under the terms of the Prevention of Terrorism and Crime Act , pilots and passengers of private or charter aircraft who have come from or are going to the British Isles, must when requested to do so, make themselves available to be spoken to by an examing officer.
In relation to all such flights, the pilot must fully complete a standard General Aviation Report which should be either delivered to the Port Unit office inside the terminal building or faxed to: Information in relation to flights to and from non-designated airfields in the Isle of Man and airfields within the common travel area may be obtained from Police Headquarters, Douglas, Tel: , Fax: Outside published hours of availability, use of the airport is subject to prior permission from the Airport Duty Manager.
All parking areas within the critical part of the aerodrome are designated as Customs Area. It shall be the responsibility of the commander of any aircraft that is required to be subjected to Customs inspection to inform ATC at the earliest opportunity. High visibility clothing must be worn on the aprons and manoeuvring area at all times. Health and Safety requirements in respect of ear protection must be observed and are the responsibility of the individuals concerned. Due to physical constraints of the apron design, pilots must follow the ground markings at all times.
Apron floodlighting is 7 m from the edge of the usable paved areas. Pilots of aircraft which are self parking should exercise extreme caution in respect of wing tip clearance. The services of a marshaller are avaialble on request. Class 2 compass calibration base on Runway 21 is only suitable for aircraft with magnetic sensors which are at least five feet above ground.
Use governed by prior permission through ATC. A known windshear exists on short final for Runway 08 when the wind is from the southeast and pilots should adopt appropriate operating procedures. During strong wind conditions, turbulence may be expected on the approach to, or climb out from, any runway. Pilots of helicopters should note the presence of a 10 m anemometer mast in the Met square adjacent to the apron area and exercise due caution when manoeuvring prior to arrival or departure.
Pilots should exercise extreme caution in observing and complying with holding position D1 to ensure they do not infringe Runway 26 and the GP critical area. Due to shielding by high ground communications to the north of the Isle of Man are restricted.
There are no specific helicopter routes. Helicopters will conform with normal arrival and departure procedures.
Specific parking instructions will be given approaching the runway threshold. Simulated engine failures shall not be permitted for any aircraft departing from Runway Pilots should not descend below the indicated PAPI glide path whilst landing on any runway, and the following conditions should be noted:. Due to the presence of high ground to the left of the approach for Runway 21, pilots must establish on the runway centre-line before descending on the PAPI glide path. Due to the presence of an uncontrolled public road in the undershoot area of Runway 03, approaches to this runway are not permitted if the PAPIs are out of service.
Pilots of aircraft using the airport shall ensure at all times that aircraft are operated in a manner calculated to cause the least disturbance practicable in areas surrounding the airport, particularly near Castletown and Ballasalla. All propeller driven aircraft must climb straight ahead to ft and must have passed the airport boundary before commencing any turn.
All departing aircraft from Runway 26 shall track the extended centre-line until a range of 3 nm or less from IOM DME before commencing any turn. Aircraft unable to receive DME shall climb straight ahead for 2 minutes from commencement of their take off run before commencing any turn. This procedure may only be departed from when authorised by ATC. When approaching to land on any Runway all aircraft shall intercept the extended runway centre-line at a minimum range of 2 nm and shall not descend below the PAPI indicated approach.
Any of these procedures may be departed from to the extent necessary for the avoidance of immediate danger. In the event of difficulty in establishing communication, a Flight Information Service may be available from Scottish Information on frequency In the event of complete communication failure in an aircraft, the pilot will adopt the appropriate procedures notified at ENR 1.
When complete communication failure occurs in an aircraft before ETA or before EAT, when this has been received and acknowledged, the aircraft will:. For the benefit of pilots on VFR flights who prefer to determine their position by radio navigation aids rather than by visual pin-points, suitably defined VRPs are as follows:.
Instrument training is subject to prior permission from ATC. Outside published hours of availability, use of the airport is subject to prior permission from the Airport Duty Manager All parking areas within the critical part of the aerodrome are designated as Customs Area.
Bird scaring takes place regularly on the airport using pyrotechnics. Take-off and landing will be restricted to paved surfaces only. Pilots should not descend below the indicated PAPI glide path whilst landing on any runway, and the following conditions should be noted: Due to the presence of high ground to the left of the approach for Runway 21, pilots must establish on the runway centre-line before descending on the PAPI glide path Due to the presence of an uncontrolled public road in the undershoot area of Runway 03, approaches to this runway are not permitted if the PAPIs are out of service.
The noise abatement procedures as detailed at AD 2. All jet aircraft must climb straight ahead to ft before commencing any turn. Static data View data
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