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AIR PILOT

CAP 2

INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Part 3 - Aerodromes (AD)

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EFF 16 FEB 06

SPECIAL NOTICE

Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Operations Using GNSS (GPS and WAAS)

This notice provides the terms and conditions of the Canadian approval for use of GPS and WAAS in

Canadian IFR flight operations. This information is repeated in Aeronautical Information Circular (AIC)

27/05 issued October 27, 2005. Additional reference and guidance material can be found in the Transport

Canada Aeronautical Information Manual (TC AIM) COM 3.16.

1.0 GPS and WAAS Operations

1.1 General

(a) The GPS or WAAS avionics shall be operated in accordance with the aircraft flight manual (AFM)

or AFM Supplement as defined by the CARs.

(b) If the loss of GPS or WAAS navigation performance accuracy or integrity results in the inability to

support the planned flight operation, the pilot-in-command shall advise ATS as soon as practical.

(c) The COM/NAV equipment suffix to indicate either GPS or WAAS capability is "G".

1.2 En-route and Terminal Operations

(a) GPS or WAAS may be used for all en-route and terminal operations.

(b) Course deviation indicator (CDI) sensitivity and integrity alerting shall be appropriate for the

phase of flight.

(c) Sufficient navigation capability shall be available in accordance with CARs Part VI to continue to

the planned destination or another aerodrome in the event of a loss of GPS navigation.

1.3 RNAV (GPS) and RNAV (GNSS) Approaches

GPS and WAAS based approaches are charted as RNAV (GPS) RWY XX or RNAV (GNSS) RWY XX

denoting that GNSS navigation shall be used for approach guidance. These approaches may have up

to three charted minima lines:

- LPV (localizer performance with vertical navigation)

- LNAV/VNAV (lateral/vertical navigation); and

- LNAV (lateral navigation only);

1.4 GPS Overlay Approaches

Geomatics Canada

Overlay approaches are traditional VOR- or NDB-based approaches (not LOC) that have been approved

to be flown using the guidance of an IFR approach-certified GPS. These are identified in the CAP by

including "(GPS)" in small capitals after the runway designation [e.g. NDB RWY 04 (GPS)].

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CHANGE: New Special Notice

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Unless required by the Aircraft Flight Manual or Flight Manual Supplement for the GPS equipment, pilots

do not have to monitor the underlying traditional aids while flying these approaches, and may fly the

approach even when the underlying aid is temporarily out of service.

When communicating with ATS, pilots shall refer to GPS overlays as follows: "GPS overlay RWY XX."

2.0 GPS or WAAS Avionics

2.1 General

(a) The avionics shall be approved in accordance with the applicable standards specified

in Section 2.3.

(b) The avionics shall be installed and approved in accordance with the appropriate sections of

the Airworthiness Manual.

(c) Aircraft shall be equipped with an approved and operational traditional navigation system

appropriate to the area of operations. The avionics requirements for IFR flight are described in

CAR 605.18, Power-driven Aircraft-IFR.

2.2 En Route and Terminal

(a) The avionics shall meet GPS TSO C129/C129a (any class), WAAS TSO C145a/C146a

(any class) or equivalent criteria.

(b) For flight within Canadian minimum navigation performance specifications (CMNPS) airspace or

required navigation performance capability (RNPC) airspace, an installation meeting the

requirements defined in CAR Parts VI and VII may serve as the long-range navigation system.

CMNPS and RNPC airspace are defined in the Designated Airspace Handbook (TP1820) and

illustrated in RAC Figure 12.2 of the TC AIM.

2.3 Approach

(a) LNAV approaches, including overlays, may be flown using GPS (TSO C129/129a Class A1, B1,

B3, C1, C3) or WAAS (TSO C145a/146a, any class) avionics.

(b) LNAV/VNAV approaches may be flown using WAAS (TSO C145a/146a, Class 2 or 3) avionics,

or multi-sensor FMS (TSO C115b) with Baro VNAV capability, certified in accordance with Federal

Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular (AC) 20-129 or equivalent.

(c) LPV approaches may only be flown using WAAS (TSO C145a/146a, Class 3) avionics.

2.4 Approach Database

SPECIAL NOTICE

Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Operations Using GNSS (GPS and WAAS)

(a) Approaches flown using GPS or WAAS must be retrieved from a current navigation database.

The pilot-in-command is responsible for ensuring that the navigation data matches the current

CAP information as amended by NOTAM.

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3.0 Operator Certification

EFF 27 OCT 05

CHANGE: New Special Notice

Geomatics Canada

Holders of air operator certificates issued under CARs Part VII, or Private Operator Certificates issued

under CARs Subpart 604 are required to be authorized by an operations specification to conduct

GPS-based (including WAAS) instrument approach operations in IMC. This is explained in Commercial

and Business Aviation Advisory Circular (CBAAC) 0123R, dated 25 March 2004.

4.0 Alternate Aerodrome Requirements

Pilots can take credit for a GNSS-based approach at an alternate aerodrome when all of the

following conditions are met:

(a) An approach completely independent of GNSS at the planned destination is expected to be

available at the ETA.

(b) The published LNAV minima are the lowest landing limits for which credit may be taken when

determining alternate aerodrome weather minima requirements. No credit may be taken for

LNAV/VNAV or LPV minima;

(c) The pilot-in-command verifies that LNAV approach-level RAIM or WAAS integrity is expected

to be available at the planned alternate ETA, taking into account predicted satellite outages; and

(d) For GPS TSO C129/C129a avionics, periodically during the flight, and at least once before the

mid-point of the flight to the destination, the pilot-in-command verifies that approach-level RAIM is

expected to be available at the planned alternate ETA.

Additional guidance on flight planning of GPS-based approaches at alternate aerodromes is contained

in the TC AIM COM 3.16.12

5.0 Use of GNSS in Lieu of Ground-based Aids

GNSS may be used to identify all fixes defined by DME, VOR, VOR/DME and NDB, including fixes that are

part of any instrument approach procedures, to navigate to and from these fixes along specific tracks,

including arcs, and to report distances along airways or tracks for separation purposes, subject to the

following conditions:

(a) An integrity alert is not displayed;

SPECIAL NOTICE

Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Operations Using GNSS (GPS and WAAS)

(b) Fixes that are part of a terminal instrument procedure are named, charted and retrieved from a

current navigation database;

(c) Where ATS requests a position based on a distance from a DME facility for separation purposes,

reported GNSS distance from the same DME facility may be used stating the distance in "miles"

and the DME facility name (e.g. "30 miles from Sumspot VOR" instead of

"30 DME from Sumspot VOR"); and,

(d) For approaches that are not part of the GPS overlay program described in 1.4, the

pilot-in-command shall monitor the underlying NAVAID for approach and missed approach

track guidance.

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SPECIAL NOTICE

RNAV EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

A) RNAV Equipment

With the widespread deployment of RNAV systems and the advent of GPS-based navigation, greater

flexibility is now possible in defined routings, procedures, and airspace design. This permits an associated

increase in flight safety as well as potential for significant fuel savings and reduced pilot-controller

communications.

Pilots interested in flying RNAV STAR procedures should file them as part of their flight plan and must

have the following equipment:

(a) At least one area navigation (RNAV) system or flight management system (FMS) certified for terminal

use that meets either of the following standards:

- AC 20-130 or later approved, Airworthiness Approval of Navigation or Flight Management

Systems Integrating Multiple Navigation Sensors; or

- AC 20-138 or later approved, Airworthiness Approval of Global Positioning System (GPS)

Navigation Equipment for use as a VFR and IFR Supplemental Navigation System, and TSO C129a,

Airborne Supplemental Navigation Equipment using the Global Positioning System (GPS);

(b) If the RNAV system or FMS does not use a GPS sensor, then at least one automatic radio-updated IRU;

(c) A current database containing the waypoints for the RNAV STAR to be flown that can be automatically

loaded into the RNAV system or FMS active flight plan;

(d) A flight director system capable of following the RNAV system or FMS lateral flight path; and

(e) An electronic map display.

Where the DTW and FACF are not joined ("OPEN" procedure) there will be a discontinuity in the database

flight plan. This has caused problems with some onboard equipment when attempting to link the

procedure after receiving the approach clearance prior to the DTW. Therefore, prior to filing an RNAV STAR

as part of the flight plan, pilots should have procedures in place to ensure that, when required, they will be

able to successfully link the DTW to the FACF.

Note: If the pilot is unable to successfully link the procedure, advise ATC in order

to receive radar vectors to the FACF.

Pilots should also be aware that above 180 KIAS, turn anticipation may not function

properly between the DTW and FACF.

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NAME PROC PAGE NAME PROC PAGE

ABBOTSFORD, BC

NDB RWY 07 ...................................

ILS RWY 07 .....................................

SID (VECTOR) .................................

NOISE ABATEMENT

PROCEDURES .............................

AERODROME CHART ......................

ANAHIM LAKE, BC

NDB A ..............................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

ATLIN, BC

NDB A ..............................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL IS.), BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

NDB B ..............................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

BOUNDARY BAY, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 30 ..................

VOR RWY 07 ..................................

SID (VECTOR) .................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

BURNS LAKE, BC

RNAV (GNSS) 29 ...........................

SID (RNAV) .....................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

CAMPBELL RIVER, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 29 ..................

NDB RWY 11 ...................................

LOC(BC)/DME RWY 29 ...................

ILS or LOC/DME RWY 11 ................

AERODROME CHART ......................

CASTLEGAR, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

NDB B ..............................................

NDB/NDB C ......................................

LOC/NDB/NDB D ..............................

LOC/DME E ......................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

COMOX, BC

NDB RWY 12 ...................................

LOC(BC)/DME RWY 30 ...................

ILS RWY 12 .....................................

SID ...................................................

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

AERODROME CHART ..................

CRANBROOK, BC

NDB A ..............................................

ILS RWY 16 .....................................

ILS/DME RWY 16 .............................

AERODROME CHART ......................

DAWSON CREEK, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 24 ..................

NDB RWY 24 ...................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

DEASE LAKE, BC

NDB A ..............................................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS, BC

NDB A ..............................................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

FORT NELSON, BC

ILS or NDB RWY 03 ........................

AERODROME CHART ......................

FORT ST. JOHN, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 20 ..................

VOR RWY 11 ..................................

LOC(BC)/NDB RWY 11 ..................

ILS or NDB RWY 29 ........................

AERODROME CHART ......................

GRAND FORKS, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

AERODROME CHART ......................

KAMLOOPS, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

NDB B ..............................................

LOC/DME or LOC C .......................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE ...............

AERODROME CHART ......................

KELOWNA, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

NDB B ..............................................

ILS/DME 1 RWY 16 ..........................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

SID (VECTOR) .................................

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE ...............

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NAME PROC PAGE NAME PROC PAGE

AERODROME CHART ..................

PARKING AREAS ...........................

LANGLEY, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

AERODROME CHART ......................

MASSET, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 13 ..................

NDB RWY 13 ...................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

NANAIMO, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 16 ..................

NDB RWY 16 ...................................

NDB/DME RWY 16 ...........................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

SID (PILOT NAV) NANAIMO ............

AERODROME CHART ......................

108 MILE AIRPORT, BC

NDB/DME or NDB A .........................

AERODROME CHART ......................

PENTICTON, BC

NDB/NDB A ......................................

LOC/DME B ......................................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE ...............

AERODROME CHART ......................

PITT MEADOWS, BC

VOR/NDB A .....................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI

VALLEY REGIONAL), BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE ...............

AERODROME CHART ......................

PORT HARDY, BC

VOR A .............................................

VOR/DME RWY 25 ..........................

ILS/DME RWY 11 .............................

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE ...............

AERODROME CHART ......................

POWELL RIVER, BC

NDB A ..............................................

NDB/DME RWY 09 ...........................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

PRINCE GEORGE, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 06 ..................

NDB RWY 33 ...................................

LOC(BC) RWY 33 ...........................

N O T F O R

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N O T F O R

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LOC(BC)/VOR/DME 1 RWY 33 .....

LOC(BC)/VOR/DME 2 RWY 33 .......

ILS or NDB RWY 15 ........................

SID (VECTOR) .................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

PRINCE RUPERT, BC

NDB A .............................................

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LOC(BC)/DME RWY 31 ...................

ILS/DME RWY 13 .............................

AERODROME CHART ......................

PRINCETON, BC

NDB/DME or NDB A .........................

AERODROME CHART ......................

QUALICUM BEACH, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 29 ..................

AERODROME CHART ......................

QUESNEL, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 31 ..................

NDB A ..............................................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

SALMON ARM, BC

RNAV (GNSS) A .............................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

SANDSPIT, BC

NDB A ..............................................

VOR B ..............................................

VOR/DME RWY 12 ..........................

VOR/DME RWY 30 ..........................

ILS RWY 12 .....................................

AERODROME CHART ......................

SMITHERS, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 15 ..................

NDB A ..............................................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

TERRACE, BC

NDB/DME or NDB A .........................

LOC/DME RWY 33 ...........................

ILS/DME 1 RWY 33 ..........................

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES ........

AERODROME CHART ......................

TOFINO, BC

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 10 ..................

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 28 ..................

NDB A ..............................................

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NAME PROC PAGE NAME PROC PAGE

VANCOUVER INTL., BC

ACORD STAR ..................................

BOOTH STAR ..................................

CASDY STAR ..................................

FOCHE STAR ...................................

GARTH STAR ..................................

KEINN STAR ....................................

NUTBE STAR ...................................

STAVE STAR ..................................

STAR (RNAV) CANUCK ..................

STAR (RNAV) CANUCK ..................

STAR (RNAV) GRIZZ ......................

STAR (RNAV) GRIZZ ......................

STAR (RNAV) SHARK ....................

STAR (RNAV) SHARK ....................

VISUAL APPROACHES

RWYS 08L & 08R .......................

VISUAL APPROACHES RWY 12 ....

VISUAL APPROACHES

RWYS 26L & 26R ......................

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26R ...............

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 30 ..................

NDB RWY 26L .................................

NDB/DME RWY 08R ........................

CONVERGING ILS/DME or

ILS/RADAR RWY 08R ................

CONVERGING ILS/DME RWY 12 .....

CONVERGING ILS or

ILS/RADAR RWY 26L ................

ILS/DME or ILS/RADAR RWY 08L ...

ILS/DME or ILS/RADAR RWY 08R ..

ILS/DME RWY 12 .............................

ILS/DME or ILS/RADAR RWY 26R ..

ILS CAT II RWY 08R ........................

ILS CAT II or III RWY 08L .................

ILS CAT II or III RWY 26R .................

ILS or ILS/RADAR RWY 26L ..........

SID (VECTOR) GEORGIA .............

SID (VECTOR) MCKINLAY ............

SID (VECTOR)

NON JET RICHMOND .............

SID (VECTOR) VANCOUVER ..........

NOISE ABATEMENT

PROCEDURES (Page 1) ..............

NOISE ABATEMENT

PROCEDURES (Page 2) ..............

AERODROME CHART ......................

TAXI CHART ....................................

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LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES . 197

LOW VISIBILITY TAXI CHART

RWYS 08L & 08R ...................... 198

LOW VISIBILITY TAXI CHART

RWYS 26R & 26L ...................... 199

PARKING AREAS ........................... 200

SOUTH TERMINAL

PARKING AREAS ..................... 201

VANCOUVER/

HARBOUR (PUBLIC), BC(HELI)

COPTER RNAV (GNSS) 068° A .... 202

COPTER RNAV (GNSS) 068° B .... 203

VICTORIA HARBOUR

(CAMEL POINT), BC(HELI)

COPTER RNAV (GNSS) 278° ....... 204

VICTORIA INTL., BC

STAR(RNAV) DISCO ..................... 205

DUNCN STAR ................................ 206

IMPOR STAR .................................. 207

VISUAL APPROACHES RWY 09 ... 208

VISUAL APPROACHES RWY 27 ... 209

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 09 .................. 210

NDB/DME or NDB RWY 27 ............ 211

ILS RWY 09 ..................................... 212

ILS/DME or ILS/RADAR RWY 27 ... 213

SID (VECTOR) ............................... 214

SID (PILOT NAV) CLOAKE .............. 215

SID (PILOT NAV) MILL BAY ............ 216

NOISE ABATEMENT

PROCEDURES ............................. 217

AERODROME CHART .................. 218

PARKING AREAS ........................... 219

WILLIAMS LAKE, BC

NDB RWY 29 .................................. 220

VOR RWY 11 .................................. 221

AERODROME CHART ...................... 222

FLIGHT PLAN / ITINERARY .................. 223

INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ............. 224

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NDB RWY 07

ATIS

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332 WC

SAFE ALT 100 NM

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IF WC

N49 00.20

W122 45.02

248°

068°

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023°

203°

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"XX"

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ABBOTSFORD

344 XX

10 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 1200 on track of

068° . RIGHT climbing turn

to hdg of 202° to 3000 .

RIGHT turn to "XX" NDB.

1700

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "XX" NDB.

4.3

CATEGORY A B C D

NDB

CIRCLING

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CYA 152(P)

GND

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ELEV 195

TDZE 07 174

CYXX

MS A X X 2 5 NM

"XX" NDB to MAP 4.3 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 3:41 2:52 2:21 1:59 1:43

VAR 19° E

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N49 01 31 W122 21 38

NDB RWY 07 (GNSS)

ABBOTSFORD

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ARR/DEP

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CHANGE: Revised

TWR

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O/T RADIO(RCO) CRANBROOK 119.4 295.0(MF CZ)

(686)

(665) 2

CYA 126)A)

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CONT DAYLIGHT

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RW07

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W122 22.80

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AN

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AS

1146

01

5328

068° 4.3 NM

From "XX" NDB

07

CYA 152(P)

SURFACE TO 5500

CONT DAYLIGHT

AD

P 2

19

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CYR 141

SURFACE TO 300

CONT

3700

9600

8100

090° 270°

10,000

360° 180°

Right hand circuits Rwys 01 and 07

Rwys 01A; 19A 1500 x 100 turf

Rwy 25 displaced 295’

ARCAL 119.4 (K)

9000

P 2AO

P 2

25

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ILS RWY 07

ATIS

119.8

WHITE ROCK

332 WC

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2500

"XX"

NDB

LANGLEY

ABBOTSFORD

344 XX

10 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 600 on track of

067° . RIGHT climbing turn

to hdg of 202° to 3000 .

RIGHT turn to "XX" NDB.

1700

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "XX" NDB.

TCH 49’

4.3

CATEGORY A B C D

ILS

LOC

CIRCLING

ARR/DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

132.7 290.8

IF WC

N49 00.20

W122 45.02

GP 3.0°

ILS RWY 07

12,800

247°

067°

470

860

700

022°

202

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Revised

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

TWR

121.0(OUTER) 119.4(INNER) 295.0

O/T RADIO(RCO) CRANBROOK 119.4 295.0(MF CZ)

No PT

1700

247° 067°

GP 1600

(296)

(665) 2

R-021

WHATCOM

113.0 HUH

Ch 77

(526) 1 RVR 50

N49 01 31 W122 21 38

CYA 126)A)

SURFACE TO 5500

CONT DAYLIGHT

LOCALIZER 109.7

IXX

½ RVR 26

940

(745) 2 ¼

VAR 19° E

154

CYA 152(P)

TML

AN

01A

TWR

Knots

Min:Sec

202°

1146

01

AS

GND

121.8

5328

068° 4.3 NM

From "XX" NDB

07

ABBOTSFORD

ABBOTSFORD BC

ELEV 195

TDZE 07 174

CYA 152(P)

SURFACE TO 5500

CONT DAYLIGHT

AD

P 2

19

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MS A X X 2 5 NM

3700

8100

10,000

CYXX

CYR 141

SURFACE TO 300

CONT

090° 270°

9600

360° 180°

Right hand circuits Rwys 01 and 07

Rwys 01A; 19A 1500 x 100 turf

Rwy 25 displaced 295’

ARCAL 119.4 (K)

9000

P 2AO

P 2

"XX" NDB to MAP 4.3 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:41 2:52 2:21 1:59 1:43

ABBOTSFORD BC

ABBOTSFORD

25

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

SID(VECTOR)

ABBOTSFORD SIX DEP

VOT 115.7

ATIS 119.8

GND 121.8

TWR 119.4(INNER)

121.0(OUTER) 295.0

O/T RADIO(RCO) CRANBROOK

119.4 295.0 (MF CZ)

DEP VICTORIA

TML 132.7 290.8

WHATCOM

113.0 HUH

Ch 77

N48 56.7

W122 34.8

Runway 07:

Runway 19:

Runway 25:

(CYXX 6.)

Lost communication flight path Chart not to scale

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

Prior to departure, advise ATC of procedure to be flown (1 or 2).

Note: 80’ trees 1700’ from departure end of runway.

Lost Communication: If no radio contact with Departure Control by

published/assigned altitude continue to HUH VORTAC

then via filed/assigned route. Continue climb to

flight planned/assigned altitude/flight level 5

minutes after departure.

Note: Refer to Noise Abatement Procedures for additional requirements.

ABBOTSFORD SIX DEP

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

(CYXX 6.)

Hdg

ABBOTSFORD

ABBOTSFORD BC

1. Category A and B - Climbing right turn to 202° for vectors to

assigned route. Contact Victoria Terminal passing 1500 ASL unless

instructed otherwise by ATC. Maintain 3000 or as assigned.

2. Category C and D - Maximum 250 kt. Requires a minimum

climb gradient of 430 ft/NM to 4000. Climbing right turn to 202° for

vectors to assigned route. Contact Victoria Terminal passing 1500 ASL

unless instructed otherwise by ATC. Maintain 5000 or as assigned.

Climb runway heading for vectors to assigned route. Contact Victoria

Terminal passing 1500 ASL unless instructed otherwise by ATC. Maintain

3000 or as assigned.

CHANGE: Comm box

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

Requires minimum climb gradient of 240 ft/NM to 500. Climb runway

heading for vectors to assigned route. Contact Victoria Terminal passing

1500 ASL unless instructed otherwise by ATC. Maintain 3000 or as assigned.

202°

VAR 19° E

ABBOTSFORD BC

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

APPLICATION

NIGHT RESTRICTIONS

RESTRICTIONS

These procedures apply to ALL JET AIRCRAFT including turbo-jets,

turbo-fan jets, and fan jets.

Local training flights not permitted from 2200-0700 hrs local time

EXCEPT as otherwise authorized by the Airport General Manager.

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ABBOTSFORD

ABBOTSFORD BC

ABBOTSFORD BC

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

VOT

115.7

ELEV

167

07

ATIS

119.8

C

01

GND

121.8

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 02

*

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

ELEV

168

I

B

A

turf

ELEV

181

19

007° 5328

187°

122 22

067° 9600

A

19A

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwys 07, 19, 25- ½ - Refer to SID

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 07; 19; 25: *

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.4’ W

TWR

H

01A

1500 x 100

TWR

119.4 295.0

O/T RADIO(RCO) CRANBROOK 119.4 295.0 (MF CZ)

07 25 01 19

D

II

5328

6328

5328

5328

5328

5978

5328

5328

Runway 01-19 occasionally used for

aircraft parking. Taxiway markings

include parking stations.

Taxiway "D" uncontrolled.

CYXX

N49 01.52

W122 21.63

Heli

Training

Areas

D

SCALE IN FEET

ABBOTSFORD

ABBOTSFORD BC

DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

132.7 290.8

49 00.9 49 00.9

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

9600

10160

9600

9600

9600

10600

9600

9305

247°

1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000

CHANGE: Revised

122 21

122 22 122 21

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

Rwy 25 displaced 295’

49 02

ELEV

195

ABBOTSFORD BC

ABBOTSFORD

25

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

Verify runway unobstructed

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn direct

to "UAB" NDB. Climb in

shuttle inbound 293° to

6800 (max 175 kt).

CATEGORY

NDB A

(GNSS)

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CTR

135.05 315.7

Use Bella Coola altimeter setting.

Available limited hours.

15,200

6600

113°

ANAHIM LAKE

200 UAB

293° 6800

A

6.0

B C D

CIRCLING 5580 (1945)

(GNSS)

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

RW31

N52 26.87

W125 17.92

5999

"UAB"

NDB

N52 27 09 W125 18 12

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

RADIO

PACIFIC

126.7

3

1 M

0 N

293° 113°

VAR 21° E

6800

Shuttle to

within 10 NM

(max 175 kt)

Procedure turn LEFT within

10 NM of UAB" NDB.

5680

(2045) 3

TFC

122.8

(ATF 5 NM)

068°

248°

Knots

Min:Sec

ANAHIM LAKE

ANAHIM LAKE BC

ELEV 3635

NO CTL-BCST INTENTIONS ON 126.7 WITHIN

15 MIN OF ETA AND PRIOR TO DESCENT, THEN

ON ATF 5 MIN PRIOR TO COMMENCING APCH

13

3930 x 75

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

090°

MSA

9600

31

360°

UAB

293° 6.0 NM

From "UAB" NDB

25NM

9000

CAJ4

"UAB" NDB to MAP 6.0 NM

70 90 110 130 150

4:09 4:00 3:16 2:46 2:24

ANAHIM LAKE BC

ANAHIM LAKE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

52 27.3

52 27.0

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

VAR 21° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 15.4’ W

*

125 18.6

ELEV

3615

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 13, 31 : *

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

RADIO

PACIFIC

126.7

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

13

127°

13 31

3930

4800

3930

3930

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS-CLB visual to 4300

over airport. Continue CLB to

"UAB" NDB on track 113° . CLB

in shuttle to MEA (max 175 kt)

BPOC.

3930

4130

3930

3930

TFC

122.8

(ATF 5 NM)

3930 x 75

CAJ4

N52 27.15

W125 18.20

ANAHIM LAKE

ANAHIM LAKE BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CTR

135.05 315.7

125 17.8

125 18.6 125 17.8

CHANGE: Editorial

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0 1000

307°

31

ELEV

3635

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

52 27.3

52 27.0

ANAHIM LAKE BC

ANAHIM LAKE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

5450

CATEGORY

6319

5050

Shuttle to 7000

at 175 Kts or less

7000

ARR/DEP

WHITEHORSE RADIO

126.7

When using Teslin altimeter setting

add 760’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Teslin altimeter setting available

limited hours.

Terrain rises abruptly to

4723’ 2.5 NM southeast

of Rwy 18 thld.

Verify runway unobstructed

*

6630

C A

T S

36

CIRCLING *

A , B

SAFE ALT 100 NM

6427

5950

Procedure turn LEFT within

10 NM of "YSQ" NDB.

315°

135°

5021

5350

11,000

6711

5000

090°

270°

"YSQ"

NDB

315°

6758

153°

10 NM

TFC

123.2

(ATF 5 NM)

5589 6847

ATLIN

260 YSQ

4750

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn to 5000

on hdg of 315° . Right turn

direct "YSQ" NDB. Climb in

shuttle at 175 kts or

less to 7000 .

2.7

A B C D

3920 (1572) 3

NOT

AUTH

315°

135°

153°

5650

6530

6316

Knots

Min:Sec

5480

ELEV 2348

6205

5155

Right hand circuits Rwy 36.

ARCAL 123.2 (K) (see CFS).

153° 2.7 NM

From "YSQ" NDB

to MAP

ATLIN

ATLIN BC

CYSQ

MSA Y S 25NM

6247

"YSQ" NDB to MAP 2.7 NM

70 90 110 130 150

2:19 1:48 1:28 1:15 1:05

ATLIN BC

N59 34 36 W133 40 08

VAR 25° E

NDB A ATLIN

EFF 16 FEB 06

18

a nd C

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

315°

P 1

36

AS

3950 x 75

gravel

18

P 1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

090°

8800

360°

Q

8000

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AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TFC

123.2

(ATF 5 NM)

36

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 18, 36:

AERODROME CHART

*

18 36

3950

4100

4100

3950

3950 x 75

gravel

*

3950

4150

4150

3950

133 40 133 39

18

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS - Visual CLB to

"YSQ" NDB at 4000 or above.

Continue CLB on TRK 315°

from "YSQ" NDB

to 7000 BPOC.

133 40 133 39

DEP

WHITEHORSE RADIO

126.7

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0

1000 2000

ATLIN

ATLIN BC

59 35.5 59 35.5

59 35 59 35

59 34.5 59 34.5

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 25° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 22.0’ W

CYSQ

N59 34.60

W133 40.13

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ATLIN BC

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

ARR/DEP

PACIFIC RADIO

126.7

Use Bella Coola altimeter setting.

Available limited hours.

Verify runway

unobstructed.

*

A

SEDEK

N52 15.68

W128 43.40

EBGIX

N52 09.43

W128 37.81

No

Circling

SAFE ALT 100 NM

CATEGORY

C

L L A T S

13

CIRCLING *

31

4000

12.1

XOREK

N52 33.56

W128 42.89

13,300

DUVNI

IWP IGTEP

SDWP APLIB

FAWP

3800

3800

050°

3800

14.7

022°

15.1

3000

112°

7.0

3800

112° 127°

2.0

245°

17.6

TETUG

MAWP

2.0 3.0

5.0

1.2

A B C D

1900 (1759) 3 2180

(2039) 3

NOT

AUTHORIZED

RNAV A CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

(GNSS)

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ANVIM

N52 25.12

W128 28.73

N52 11 06 W128 09 24

DUVNI

N52 20.23

W128 20.58

IGTEP

N52 18.83

W128 18.25

APLIB

N52 16.73

W128 14.77

3.0

112°

TETUG

N52 12.43

W128 10.64

1 M

0

5.0

N

127°

ENRO UTE FACILITIES

TFC

122.8

(ATF 5 NM)

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn to APLIB.

Continue climb direct to SEDEK

on track 245° at 3800.

VAR 22° E (1998)

127° 1.2 NM

From TETUG

Knots

Min:Sec

2799

13

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL ISLAND)

BELLA BELLA BC

ELEV

MSA TETUG 25 NM

6200

CBBC

Rwy 13 down 2%

Rwy 31 up 0.3% last 1500’ up 2%

3700 x 75

141

70 90 110 130 150

BELLA BELLA BC

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL ISLAND)

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB B

Use Bella Coola altimeter setting.

Available limited hours.

Missed approach point located

1.4 NM northeast of airport.

SAFE ALT 100 NM

*

Verify runway unobstructed.

*

A

2700

No

Circling

CATEGORY

CIRCLING

NDB B

C

L L A T S

13

31

Procedure turn LEFT within

10 NM of "YJQ" NDB.

EFF 13 APR 06

106°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR/DEP

PACIFIC RADIO

126.7

13,300

286°

A B C D

2600

286°

061°

241° 106°

CAMPBELL ISLAND

"YJQ"

NDB

3100

N52 11 06 W128 09 24

CHANGE: Editorial

(2459)

3

VAR 21° E

DENNY

ISLAND

10 NM

2999

BELLA BELLA

325 YJQ

Knots

Min:Sec

MSA Y J Q 25NM

3100

6000

MISSED APPROACH

Rwy 13 down 2%

Climbing RIGHT turn to 3100 on Rwy 31 up .03% last 1500’ up 2%

heading of 286° . RIGHT turn to

"YJQ" NDB on track of 106° .

Maintain 3100.

13

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL ISLAND)

BELLA BELLA BC

TFC

122.8

(ATF 5 NM)

ELEV 141

3700 x 75

6000

CBBC

090° 270°

360° 180°

6200

248° 1.5 NM

From "YJQ" NDB

70 90 110 130 150

BELLA BELLA BC

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL ISLAND)

31

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AERODROME CHART

*

DECLARED DISTANCES

52 11.3

52 11.1

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TFC

122.8

(ATF 5 NM)

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 13, 31: *

AERODROME CHART

13 31

3700

4700

3700

3700

128 09.8 128 09.5

128 09.2

SPEC VIS - Visual CLB NORTH - EAST of ARPT

to "YJQ" NDB at 1400 (Cat A)/ 1500(Cat

B & C)/

1600 (Cat D). Continue CLB to 3600 OBD between

170° CW to 250° from "YJQ" NDB BPOC.

13

131°

ELEV

141

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Ridge and trees as high as 65 feet,both sides

of departure, to 1000 feet from threshold.

NOTE: Trees to 25 feet on rwy centreline 700 feet

from threshold.

EFF 13 APR 06

128 09.8

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 21° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 14.9’ W

3700

4700

3700

3700

2% down 3700 x 75 0.3% up last 1500’ up 2%

CBBC

N52 11.10

W128 09.40

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL ISLAND)

BELLA BELLA BC

128 09.5 AWOS 128 09.2

B

DEP

PACIFIC RADIO

126.7

SCALE IN FEET

1000 500 0

500

1000

CHANGE: AWOS added

A

311°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

52 11.1

BELLA BELLA BC

BELLA BELLA (CAMPBELL ISLAND)

31

ELEV

103

52 11.3

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 30

ATIS

125.5

When using Vancouver Intl.

altimeter setting add 20’

to all procedure altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory not

available.

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn direct ESVEM.

Climb in shuttle 176° inbound to

2000 (max 175 kts).

CATEGORY

LNAV

CIRCLING

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER

132.3(S) 363.8

520

12,800

0.8 3.2 5.0

A B C D

320

AXANU

MAWP

(515)

304°

(315)

ETMUL

FAWP

1 ½

1200

GUDOD

N48 56.98

W122 52.45

304°

LNAV / VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 30

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

TWR

127.6 (OUTER) 118.1 (INNER)

O/T TFC 118.1 (MF 3 NM)

176°

(515)

AXANU

N49 03.56

W122 59.87

3.2

1

520

1 M

0

N

2

GUDOD

IWP

608

ETMUL

N49 00.99

W122 56.97

5.0

2000

N49 04 27 W123 00 44

304°

034°

5.0

4.4

304°

ESVEM

N48 54.00

W122 58.53

2000

NOT

AUTHORIZED

NOT

AUTHORIZED

VAR 20°E (1998)

2000

217°

5.9

*

07

Knots

Min:Sec

GND

124.3

PENIN

N48 53.46

W122 48.49

AD

AD

WC

N49 00.20

W122 45.02

12

TWR

3755

3540

Rwys 100’ wide

BOUNDARY BAY

BOUNDARY BAY BC

ELEV 5

TDZE 30 5

30

AD *

25

7000

Right hand circuits Rwys 25 & 30

*

ARCAL 118.1 (K)

H 2 H 1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

AD *

CZBB

M S A A X A N U 2 5 N M

70 90 110 130 150

BOUNDARY BAY BC

BOUNDARY BAY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

VOR RWY 07

ATIS

125.5

When using Vancouver Intl. altimeter

setting add 20’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

MSA Y V R 25NM

5000

6900

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2000

CATEGORY

VOR

CIRCLING

LR-233

090° 270°

3700

360° 180°

R-249

6700

VOR RWY 07

12,800

069°

Procedure turn LEFT within

10 NM of "YVR" VOR.

EFF 13 APR 06

5.1

A B C D

420

520

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

249°

(GNSS)

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER

132.3(S) 363.8

XESUK

N49 04.63

W123 19.59

2000

024°

204°

(515)

(GNSS)

"YVR"

VOR

NOTER

IF

5 DME

N49 04.64

W123 16.55

0 0 0 2 to I F

E DM 7

(415)

1 ½

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

TWR

127.6 (OUTER) 118.1 (INNER)

O/T TFC 118.1 (MF 3 NM)

069°

No PT

2000

A RC

R-173

(515)

ENROUTE FACILITIES

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 1000 on track

of 069° . RIGHT turn

to heading of 159° ,

continue climb to 2000.

Intercept "HUH" R-250

and track inbound to "HUH".

520

10 N

2

N49 04 27 W123 00 44

VANCOUVER

INTL

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

XIGOS

N48 57.85

W123 11.51

1 ¼

M

RW07

N49 04.68

W123 01.17

NOT

AUTHORIZED

NOT

AUTHORIZED

VAR 19° E

*

07

Knots

Min:Sec

GND

124.3

12

566

DELTA HERITAGE

AIR PARK

3000

265°

16 NM

TWR

3755

3540

Rwys 100’ wide

BOUNDARY BAY

BOUNDARY BAY BC

ELEV 5

TDZE 07 5

30

CZBB

WHITE ROCK

332 WC

Right hand circuits Rwys 25 & 30

ARCAL 118.1 (K)

069° 5.1 NM

From "YVR" VOR

H 2 H 1

AD

AD

*

069°

160°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

WHATCOM

113.0 HUH

Ch 77

AD *

25

AD *

"YVR" VOR to MAP 5.1 NM

70 90 110 130 150

4:22 3:24 2:47 2:21 2:02

BOUNDARY BAY BC

BOUNDARY BAY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

SID (VECTOR)

BOUNDARY BAY TWO DEP (CZBB 2.)

ATIS 125.5

GND 124.3

TWR 127.6 (OUTER) 118.1 (INNER)

O/T TFC 118.1 (MF 3 NM)

DEP

VANCOUVER DEP

132.3(S) 363.8

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

N49 04.6

W123 08.9

VANCOUVER

INTERNATIONAL

Runway 07:

Runways 12 and 25:

Chart not to scale

BOUNDARY BAY TWO DEP (CZBB 2.)

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

Turn RIGHT direct "WC" NDB. Maintain 2000. Expect

radar vectors.

Turn LEFT direct "WC" NDB. Maintain 2000. Expect

radar vectors.

VAR 19° E

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BOUNDARY BAY

BOUNDARY BAY BC

WHITE ROCK

332 WC

N49 00.2

W122 45.0

BOUNDARY BAY BC

BOUNDARY BAY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 05

ATIS

125.5

ELEV

5

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

07

12

125°

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

A

GND

124.3

07 25 12 30

3540

4540

3540

3540

B

3540

4540

3540

3540

3755

4755

3755

3755

C

3755

4755

3755

3755

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0

1000

2000

BOUNDARY BAY

BOUNDARY BAY BC

CZBB

N49 04.45

W123 00.73 D

49 04.5 49 04.5

49 04

*

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.4’ W

TWR

071°

Rwys 07, 12, 25:

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

123 01 123 00

3755 x 100

*

Operations restricted to helicopters and

to propeller driven aeroplanes with

a gross take-off weight not exceeding

12,500 lbs.

H 2

3540 x 100

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwys 07, 12, 25 - ½

Refer to SID.

ELEV

5

TWR

127.6 (OUTER) 118.1 (INNER)

O/T TFC 118.1 (MF 3 NM)

305°

H 1

251°

30

LDA FOR SIMULTANEOUS RUNWAY OPERATIONS

FROM TO LDA in ft

Thld rwy 25 Intxn rwy 12-30

3100

Thld rwy 30 Intxn rwy 07-25

3300

ELEV

5

123 01 123 00

CHANGE: Editorial

25

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

DEP

VANCOUVER DEP

132.3(S) 363.8

49 05

49 04

BOUNDARY BAY BC

BOUNDARY BAY

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 29

5132

LWIS

122.950

Verify runway unobstructed.

Approach not aligned

with runway.

YYD

N54 27.14

W126 39.05

NOT TO SCALE

BLASTING

AREA

5330

SAFE ALT 100 NM

CATEGORY

4550

4950

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn direct

to "YYD" on track of 258° .

Maintain 6800 .

258°

LNAV/VNAV

RW29

MAWP

258°

3050

11,100

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CTR

128.8

288°

4550

4150

ODBAP

SDWP

3400

ODBAP

N54 20.32

W125 52.72

DESNO

N54 07.35

W125 56.13

LAVYL

FAWP

RW29

N54 22.28

W125 56.59

288°

3.0 2.0

3650

4200

RADIO (RCO)

PACIFIC

126.7

VODEP

N54 17.05

W125 46.27

288°

4250

VODEP

SDWP

5100

4250

3.0 2.0

3.0 2.0

A B C D

3.0

5600

288°

018°

VNAV 3060 (717) 2 ¼

CIRCLING

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 29

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Revised

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

25.3

NOT AUTHORIZED

3300 (960) 2 ¾

N54 22 35 W125 57 05

2.0

10

NM

URLAS

IWP

TFC

122.7

(ATF 5 NM)

LAVYL

N54 19.02

W125 50.14

APNAN

N54 16.01

W125 36.89

243°

4.0

URLAS

N54 15.74

W125 43.70

11.1 5600

3500

(1160) 3

4250

11

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 23° E (1998)

4599

ARCAL 122.7 (K)

P 1

4650

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

S

BURNS LAKE

BURNS LAKE BC

ELEV 2343

TDZE 29 2343

4450

6200

243°

13.5

4614

M A RW29 25 NM

5000 x 75

CYPZ

ESRAM

N54 16.89

W125 13.87

6800

NOT TO SCALE

P 1

29

70 90 110 130 150

BURNS LAKE BC

BURNS LAKE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

SID (RNAV GNSS)

BURNS LAKE THREE DEP

LWIS

RDO (RCO) PACIFIC

TFC

PAL VANCOUVER CTR

YYD

N54 27.14

W126 39.05

GROUND SPEED

240 FT/NM

360 FT/NM

254° 294°

(23.0)

UDLOX

N54 24.34

W125 59.92

DEPARTURE CLIMB RATE V/V (FPM)

90

360

540

120

480

720

Runway 11:

Runway 29:

(2.0) (2.0) (5.3)

140

560

840

160

640

960

114°

180

720

1080

200

800

1200

(CYPZ 3.)

114°

KAVLU

N54 20.83

W125 54.25

EMIRO

N54 16.97

W125 48.05

250

1000

1500

300

1200

(CYPZ 3.)

065°

(17.6)

OTASI

N54 17.42

W125 18.08

079°

(38.3)

BURNS LAKE

BURNS LAKE BC

VAR 24° E

DAVON

N54 09.08

W124 14.40

NOTE: Trees to 25’ within

1800 100’ of centreline. Chart not to scale

RNAV DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

½ - DAVON Transition: Requires a minimum climb gradient

of 240 FT/NM to 5000. Climb direct to KAVLU then direct to

EMIRO on track of 114°. LEFT climbing turn to OTASI on track

of 065°. RIGHT climbing turn to DAVON on track of 079°.

Climb to MEA BPOC.

½ - HOUSTON Transition: Requires a minimum climb gradient

of 360 ft/NM to 2800. Climb direct to UDLOX on track of 294°.

Do not exceed 200 kts. LEFT climbing turn to "YYD" on track of

254°. Shuttle climb on inbound track of 254° to MEA BPOC.

COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE

1. Select mode 3 code 7600.

2. Maintain last assigned altitude until 10 minutes after take-off; then

3. Climb to flight planned atltiude.

BURNS LAKE THREE DEP

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

122.950

126.7

122.7

128.8

GNSS required. Use 1 NM CDI sensitivity.

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS; Comm box

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BURNS LAKE BC

BURNS LAKE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

54 22.9

54 22.6

*

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

ELEV

2339

VAR 22° E

2003

11

115°

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 17.3’ W

125 57.5

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

RADIO (RCO)

PACIFIC

126.7

11 29

5000 x 75

TFC

122.7

(ATF 5 NM)

125 57

Refer to SID (RNAV) DEP

-or-

SPEC VIS - WESTBOUND: Visual CLB NORTHEAST

of APRT to 4100.

Continue CLB to intercept and

TRK INBD R-076 to YYD. Shuttle CLB on INBD TRK

256° to MEA BPOC.

EASTBOUND: Visual CLB NORTHEAST of APRT to

3800(Cat A & B), 3900(Cat C), or 4000 (Cat D). Continue CLB

to intercept and TRK YYD R-076 OBND to MEA BPOC.

Note: Trees to 25 ft within 100 ft of rwy centreline both sides.

SCALE IN FEET

BURNS LAKE

BURNS LAKE BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CTR

128.8

125 56.6

125 57.5 125 57 125 56.6

295°

1000 500 0

1000

29

54 22.9

54 22.6

54 22.3 54 22.3

EFF 13 APR 06

LWIS

122.950

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

All Rwys: *

5000

5000

5000

5000

5000

5000

5000

5000

CYPZ

N54 22.58

W125 57.08

CHANGE: Comm box

ELEV

2343

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BURNS LAKE BC

BURNS LAKE

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 29

ATIS

128.55

4950

6135

1550

When using Comox altimeter

setting add 90’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory not

available.

2999

6503

SAFE ALT 100 NM

295°

CATEGORY

LNAV

CIRCLING

TUBIG

N50 02.04

W125 24.02

BLASTING

AREA

MISSED APPROACH

Climb direct to TUBIG on

track 295° . Climb in shuttle

to 2600.

RW29

MAWP

900

(GNSS)

EFF 13 APR 06

ARR

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

2150

6868

15,200

1047

RW29

N49 56.74

W125 15.80

Shuttle to 2600

max 200 kt

EBDUV

FAWP

1950

10 NM

5.0 5.0

A B C D

760

(554)

7.5 5.0 5.0


EBDUV

N49 53.21

W125 10.33

1100

295° 295°

LNAV / VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

RNAV RWY 29

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

RADIO

122.0 (MF 5 NM) 296.6

O/T TFC 122.0

295° 295° 295° 293°

473

5215

(433)

OMREV

N49 49.67

W125 04.88

1 ¼

OMREV

IWP

900 1000

(554) 2 (654) 2

RESIP

N49 53.97

W124 58.19

1700

1700

Knots

Min:Sec

N49 57 03 W125 16 15 VAR 20° E (1999)

CAMPBELL RIVER

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

DEP

ELEV 346

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6 TDZE 29 327

6.5

6.1

205°

QQ

N49 45.23

W124 57.48

ARCAL 122.0 (K)

Rwy 11 down 1.0%

Right hand circuits Runway 11

AN AO

5000 x 150

11

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

SA RW29 25NM

8300

65’ AGL

FSS

P 2

29

CYBL

70 90 110 130 150

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

CAMPBELL RIVER

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB RWY 11

4550

6677

SAFE ALT 100 NM

4200

ATIS

128.55

When using

Comox Altimeter

setting add 90’ to

all procedure altitudes.

7500 from KELSY

INTXN to "YBL" NDB

115° 38 NM.

4800 from "QQ" NDB to

"YBL" NDB 296° 22 NM.

15,200

4950

4063

2150

10 NM

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "YBL" NDB

2200

P2 (within 14.5 DME Ch 28).

65’ AGL

4.3 FSS

CATEGORY A B C D

NDB

900 (554) 1¾

NOT

AUTHORIZED

CIRCLING 900

ARR

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

KELSY

NOT TO SCALE

1850

Straight in apch requires

descent gradient 431 ft/NM

from "YBL" NDB to thld Rwy 11.

Verify runway

unobstructed when

A/G advisory not

available.

5150

Shuttle to 4200

max 200 kt

115°

295°

1550 295°

070°

250°

2999

(554) 1¾

"YBL" NDB

4.5 DME

RADIO

122.0 (MF 5 NM) 296.6

O/T TFC 122.0

115°

2039

CAMPBELL RIVER

203 YBL

4.5 DME

1047

DME

109.1 IBL

Ch 28

900 1000

CAMPBELL RIVER

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

DEP ELEV 346

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6 TDZE 11 346

1950

AN AO

5000 x 150

Knots

Min:Sec

CYBL

"YBL" NDB to MAP 4.3 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:41 2:52 2:21 1:59 1:43

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

N49 57 03 W125 16 15 VAR 20° E

NDB RWY 11 CAMPBELL RIVER

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

BLASTING

AREA

473

115°

COMOX

400 QQ

NOT TO SCALE

MISSED APPROACH ARCAL 122.0 (K)

Climb on track of 115°

Rwy 11 down 1.0%

to "QQ" NDB at 3000.

Hold on inbound track Right hand circuits Runway 11

(max 200 kt), all turns LEFT.

115° 4.3 NM

From "YBL" NDB

(554) 2 (654) 2

11

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

S A Y B L 2 5 NM

8300

P 2

6500

090° 270°

360°

8000

29

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC(BC)/DME RWY 29

When using Comox Altimeter

setting add 90’ to all procedure

altitudes.

6135

ATIS

128.55

IGNORE GLIDE

PATH INDICATIONS

Verify runway unobstructed when

A/G advisory not available.

2999

4950

6503

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn

direct "QQ" NDB at

3000 . Hold on inbd

track (max 200 kt),

all turns LEFT.

CATEGORY

LOC(BC)/DME

2150

15,200

CIRCLING 900

ARR

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

DME

109.1 IBL

Ch 28

BLASTING

AREA

6868

1

DME

1047

LOCALIZER 109.1

IBL

1950

4538

1500

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of GONTS.

0.4 6.0

A B C D

760

GONTS

7 DME

(554) 1¾

LOC(BC)/DME RWY 29

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

473

5215

RADIO

122.0 (MF 5 NM) 296.6

O/T TFC 122.0

115°

295°

1

DME

No PT

1500

(433) 1

GONTS

7 DME

295° 115°

10 NM

IF

17 DME

900 1000

CAMPBELL RIVER

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

DEP ELEV 346

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6 TDZE 29 327

2500

(554) 2 (654) 2

N49 57 03 W125 16 15

VAR 20° E

070°

250°

COMOX

400 QQ

ARCAL 122.0 (K)

Rwy 11 down 1.0%

Right hand circuits Runway 11

11

Knots

Min:Sec

S A QQ 2 5 NM

AN AO

5000 x 150

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

090°

7900

360°

65’ AGL

FSS

P 2

6300

29

295° 6.4 NM

From GONTS

CYBL

1050

From FAF to MAP 6.0 NM

70 90 110 130 150

5:09 4:00 3:16 2:46 2:24

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

CAMPBELL RIVER

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS or LOC/DME RWY 11

ATIS

128.55

295°

When using Comox

Altimeter setting add 90’

to all procedure altitudes.

4550

5150

6677 4950

GP 3.0°

15,200

4063

2150

1047

10 N

2039

Procedure turn LEFT

within 13 NM of "YBL" NDB

GP 1790

(within 17.5 DME Ch 28).

TCH 55’

7.5 1.7 2.3 0.3

CATEGORY A B C D

ILS

ILS/DME

LOC/DME

7000

115°

20 NM

to IF

ARR

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

KELSY

IF

23 DME

NOT TO SCALE

546

1850

115°

CIRCLING 900

1550

4800 from "QQ" NDB to

"YBL" NDB 296° 22NM. No PT

4300

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

LOC straight-in not

authorized when

using Comox

altimeter setting.

Localizer reliable within

30° either sdide of

centerline.

070°

250°

2999

(200) ½ RVR 26

760

(554) 1¾

(414)

ILS or LOC/DME RWY 11

CAMPBELL RIVER

203 YBL

4.5 DME

LOCALIZER 109.1

IBL

M

596 (250) 1 RVR 50

1 ¼

2.8

DME

SAFE ALT 100 NM

4300

12

Shuttle to 4300 "YBL" NDB MISSED APPROACH

DME

max 200 kt 4.5 DME Climb on track of 115° to

Ch 28 "QQ" NDB at 3000 . Hold on

295°

inbound track (max 200 kt).

1360 All turns LEFT.

2000 2.8

DME 0.5

DME

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

RADIO

122.0 (MF 5 NM) 296.6

O/T TFC 122.0

12 DME

295° 115°

DME

109.1 IBL

Ch 28

BLASTING

AREA

473

900 1000

(554) 2 (654) 2

N49 57 03 W125 16 15

VAR 20° E

CAMPBELL RIVER

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

DEP ELEV 346

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6 TDZE 11 346

COMOX

400 QQ

NOT TO SCALE

ARCAL 122.0 (K)

Rwy 11 down 1.0%

Right hand circuits Runway 11

1950

115° 4.3 NM

From "YBL" NDB

11

Knots

Min:Sec

S A Y B L 2 5 N

AN AO

5000 x 150

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

8300

65’ AGL

FSS

P 2

6500

8000

29

CYBL

70 90 110 130 150

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

CAMPBELL RIVER

M

090° 270°

360°

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 57

*

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 11, 29:

AERODROME CHART

*

11 29

5000

6000

5000

5000

125 16.5

RADIO

122.0 (MF 5 NM) 296.6

O/T TFC 122.0

5000

6000

5000

5000

125 16.5 125 16

H

125 16

CAMPBELL RIVER

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

DEP

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

ELEV

346

49 57.3 49 57.3

EFF 13 APR 06

ATIS

128.55

VAR 20° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 13.1’ W

11

115°

1.0% down

5000 x 150

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 11 - ½ - CLB RWY HDG 115° to 1000,

left turn direct to "YBL" NDB at 2100

or above. CLB in shuttle (max 200 kt)

to 4200 BPOC.

A

Rwy 29 - ½ - After take-off right

turn and CLB to 1000 on HDG of

115° . Left turn direct to "YBL" NDB at

2100 or above. Shuttle (max 200 kt)

northwest of "YBL" NDB to 4200

within 9 NM, INBD 115° .

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

B

CYBL

N49 57.05

W125 16.25

II

H

A

I

HELIPAD 2

65’ AGL

FSS

HELIPAD 1

C

295°

SCALE IN FEET

All taxiways:

No vehicle control.

29

ELEV

297

1000 0

1000

C

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

49 57

Taxiway "C" pavement width 34’,

maximum weight 44,000 lbs.

CAMPBELL RIVER BC

CAMPBELL RIVER

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GPS) A

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

Altimeter setting available

limited hours.

Mountainous terrain all

quadrants.

Apply altitude correction for cold temperatures

(See Altitude Correction Chart).

DASBI

N49 29.60

W118 03.75

ANJER

N49 27.65

W118 05.13

NOT TO SCALE

Verify runway unobstructed

whenA/G advisory not

available.

9100 authorized RNAV

ANCEW to "CG" NDB

345° 20.9 NM.

*

A

L L CA T

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn to OMVEK

on track 173° . Continue

climb to ANCEW on track

145° . Shuttle to 9100

(max 175 kts).

IPVOV

SDWP

RW15

MAWP

173°

CATEGORY

CIRCLING *

RNAV (GPS) A

EFF 16 FEB 06

15

33

8378

S

9500

058°

16.5

7417

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

9500

064°

15.2

7850

7109

13,400

188°

OMVEK

N49 13.31

W117 39.62

5700

SPREA

SDWP

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.1

6500

5470

188°

RESDN

FAWP

8200

077°

6.0

3.0

2.0

173°

6.5

RESDN

N49 24.47

W117 33.32

IPVOV

N49 20.89

W117 36.04

RW15

N49 18.20

W117 38.08

7200

173°

3.0 2.0 2.0 6.5

A B C D

CHANGE: Editorial

6850

TIKES

N49 31.44

W117 40.50

CG

N49 26.83

W117 34.50

SPREA

N49 22.68

W117 34.68

173°

5.0

7.6

145°

6550

2.0

4500 (2876) 3

EPLIT

N49 30.88

W117 31.33

ANCEW

N49 06.01

W117 36.38

NOT TO SCALE

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

7150 7531

6935

EPLIT

IWP

8200

249°

10.0

7605

10 NM

N49 17 47 W117 37 57 VAR 19°E (1998)

7386

5420

Knots

Min:Sec

TYEEE

N49 31.40

W117 16.01

6450

Right hand

circuits Rwy 15

AS

FSS

15

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CASTLEGAR

CASTLEGAR BC

M

P 2

ELEV 1624

6950

S A R W 5 2 5 N M

5300 x 150

P 2

8900

249°

8.8

8900

255°

7.5

SF

33

PAPI Rwy 15 OCL to 3 NM

PAPI Rwy 33 OCL to 2 NM

(PAPI Rwy 33 offset 12° left)

CYCG

ERVYN

N49 31.80

W117 02.50

TESAK

N49 30.96

W117 04.49

NOT TO SCALE

7867

cliffs

70 90 110 130 150

1

10,300

CASTLEGAR BC

CASTLEGAR

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NDB B

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

Altimeter setting available

limited hrs.

Mountainous terrain all quadrants.

Apply altitude correction for cold

temperatures (See Altitude Correction Chart).

MAP located 0.5 NM west of airport.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

*

A L L CA T S

15

8378

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track of

179° . LEFT climbing turn to

9000 to "CG" NDB on track

of 349° .

CATEGORY

33

No

Circling

7850

7417

DME

110.1 XCG

Ch 38

7109

13,400

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.1

"CG" NDB

12.2 DME

6850

CASTLEGAR

227 CG

12.2 DME

5470

179°

349°

6550

10 NM

359°

179°

8000

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "CG" NDB.

9.0

A B C D

CIRCLING * 5980 (4356) 3

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

9000

9000

7531

CASTLEGAR

CASTLEGAR BC

ELEV 1624

CYCG

7605 6950

M A CG 2 5 NM

N49 17 47 W117 37 57

VAR 18° E

CASTLEGAR BC

NDB B CASTLEGAR

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

179°

359°

224°

044°

Shuttle to

within 10 NM

max 200 kt

179° 9.0 NM

From "CG"

NDB to MAP

Knots

Min:Sec

FSS

AS

15

P 2

5300 x 150

P 2

Right hand

circuits Rwy 15

SF

33

PAPI Rwy 15 OCL to 3 NM

PAPI Rwy 33 OCL to 2 NM

(PAPI Rwy 33 offset 12° left)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

S

9400

10300

090° 270°

8900

360° 180°

10200

cliffs

"CG" NDB to MAP 9.0 NM

70 90 110 130 150

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NDB/NDB C

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

Altimeter setting available

limited hrs.

Mountainous terrain all quadrants.

Apply altitude correction for cold

temperatures (See Altitude Correction Chart).

MAP located 0.5 NM west of airport.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

*

A

8378

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track of

179° . LEFT climbing turn to

9000 to "CG" NDB on track

of 349° .

CATEGORY

L L CA T

15

33

7850

7417

7109

13,400

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.1

6850

CASTLEGAR

227 CG

12.2 DME

5470

179°

349°

6550

179°

10 NM

359°

179°

5900

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "CG" NDB.

1.3

7.7

A B C D

* CIRCLING 5380 (3756) 3

NDB/NDB C

DME

110.1 XCG

Ch 38

"YK"

NDB

4.5 DME

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

S

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

"CG"

NDB

12.2 DME

8000

N49 17 47 W117 37 57

359°

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

224°

044°

BRILLIANT

269 YK

4.5 DME

9000

Shuttle to

within 10 NM

max 200 kt

9000

VAR 18° E

7605

179° 1.3 NM

From "YK"

NDB to MAP

Knots

Min:Sec

AS

FSS

15

7531

P 2

CASTLEGAR

CASTLEGAR BC

ELEV 1624

5300 x 150

P 2

S A G 2 5

Right hand

circuits Rwy 15

SF

33

PAPI Rwy 15 OCL to 3 NM

PAPI Rwy 33 OCL to 2 NM

(PAPI Rwy 33 offset 12° left)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

9400

10300

CYCG

6950

cliffs

"YK" NDB to MAP 1.3 NM

70 90 110 130 150

1:07 0:52 0:43 0:36 0:31

CASTLEGAR BC

C

8900

NM

090° 270°

360° 180°

10200

CASTLEGAR

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LOC/NDB/NDB D

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

Altimeter setting available

limited hrs.

Mountainous terrain all quadrants.

Apply altitude correction for cold

temperatures (See Altitude

Correction Chart).

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track of

178° . LEFT climbing turn to

9000 to "CG" NDB on track

of 349° .

CATEGORY

L L CA T

8378

Localizer not aligned with

runway Airport left of localizer

course in narrow valley.

Localizer and DME

reliable only 20°

either side of centreline.

MAP located 0.5 NM

west of airport.

Verify runway

unobstructed when A/G

advisory not available.

A *

"XCG"

LOC

7417

7109

13,400

7850

LOCALIZER

110.1 XCG

DME Ch 38

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.1

CASTLEGAR

227 CG

12.2 DME

178°

6850

5470

349°

8000

358°

178°

358°

223°

043°

5900

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "CG" NDB.

1.3 7.7

A B C D

CIRCLING * 5380 (3756) 3

LOC/NDB/NDB D

EFF 16 FEB 06

15

33

S

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

"YK"

NDB

4.5 DME

CHANGE: Editorial

178°

"CG"

NDB

12.2 DME

6550

178°

10 NM

N49 17 47 W117 37 57

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

BRILLIANT

269 YK

4.5 DME

9000

Shuttle to

within 10 NM

max 200 kt

9000

VAR 18° E

7605

178° 1.3 NM

From "YK"

NDB to MAP

Knots

Min:Sec

AS

FSS

15

7531

P 2

CASTLEGAR

CASTLEGAR BC

ELEV 1624

5300 x 150

P 2

S A CG 2 5 N

Right hand

circuits Rwy 15

SF

33

PAPI Rwy 15 OCL to 3 NM

PAPI Rwy 33 OCL to 2 NM

(PAPI Rwy 33 offset 12° left)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

9400

10300

8900

CYCG

6950

cliffs

"YK" NDB to MAP 1.3 NM

70 90 110 130 150

1:07 0:52 0:43 0:36 0:31

CASTLEGAR BC

M

090° 270°

360° 180°

10200

CASTLEGAR

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC/DME E

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

Altimeter setting available

limited hrs.

Mountainous terrain all quadrants.

High terrain to 5400 on final

3.0 NM north of airport.

8378

Apply altitude correction for

cold temperatures (See

Altitude Correction Chart).

Localizer not aligned

with runway Airport

left of localizer course

in narrow valley.

Localizer and DME

reliable only 20°

either side of centreline.

MAP located 0.5 NM

west of airport.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

7417

7109

13,400

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.1

6850

7850

CASTLEGAR

227 CG

12.2 DME

5470

178°

349°

6550

10 NM

CIRCLING * 4980 (3356) 3

LOC/DME E

LOCALIZER

110.1 XCG

DME Ch 38

FAF

6.5 DME

3.2

DME

358°

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

223°

043°

BRILLIANT

269 YK

4.5 DME

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track of

178° . LEFT climbing turn to

9000 to "CG" NDB on track

of 349° .

"XCG" LOC 3.2

DME

DME

"YK" NDB

4.5 DME

FAF

6.5

DME

Shuttle to 9000

"CG" NDB

within 10 NM

12.2 DME

max 200 kt

358° 9000

8000

AS

178° 1.3 NM

From "YK"

NDB to MAP

5500

6300

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "CG" NDB.

CATEGORY A

1.3 2.0

B

5.7

C D

FSS

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

178°

N49 17 47 W117 37 57

178°

178°

VAR 18° E

7605

Knots

Min:Sec

7531

15

P 2

CASTLEGAR

CASTLEGAR BC

ELEV 1624

5300 x 150

P 2

L L CA T

S A CG 2 5 NM

Right hand

circuits Rwy 15

SF

33

PAPI Rwy 15 OCL to 3 NM

PAPI Rwy 33 OCL to 2 NM

(PAPI Rwy 33 offset 12° left)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

*

A

M

9400

15

10300

33

CYCG

6950

cliffs

"YK" NDB to MAP 1.3 NM

70 90 110 130 150

1:07 0:52 0:43 0:36 0:31

CASTLEGAR BC

CASTLEGAR

S

No

Circling

090° 270°

8900

360° 180°

10200

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

VOT

111.8

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

*

117 38.5

FSS

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 15, 33: *

AERODROME CHART

15 33

5300

5300

5300

5300

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.1

ELEV

1615

5300

5620

5300

5300

15

A

B

151°

B

5300 x 150

331°

33

117 37.5

SCALE IN FEET

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.2 227.3

1000 0

1000 2000

CASTLEGAR

CASTLEGAR BC

I

49 18 49 18

49 17.5

VAR 18° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.7’ W

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ELEV

1621

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS - CLB visual West of airport to

4400(Cat

A) 4700 (Cat B) 4800 (Cat C)

5400 (Cat D). Continue CLB on TRK of

167° from "YK" NDB to 7000 . Then climbing

LEFT turn to "CG" NDB on TRK of 336° .

CLB in shuttle to MEA North of "CG" NDB

on INBD TRK of 177° all turns LEFT.

Cross "CG" NDB BPOC.

C

CYCG

N49 17.78

W117 37.95

117 38.5 117 37.5

D

CHANGE: Editorial

Twy B restricted

to 50,000 lbs or less.

Taxiways C and D Forestry

Tank Base use only.

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

LOC INOP: 4400-3

49 17.5

CASTLEGAR BC

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB RWY 12

ATIS

118.6

282.2

PORT HARDY

SAFE ALT 100 NM

Shuttle to 3000

within 9 NM

max 200 kt

3000

ARR

134.1

342.9

(DND)

All turns must be made to the north

of extended centerline Rwy 12-30.

High terrain RIGHT of on course.

Aircraft may encounter

wind shear and turbulence

in all weather conditions

between 600’ and 400’

on approach.

*

15,200

293°

COMOX

400 QQ

TOFINO

113°

TWR

126.2

358.1

10 NM

ENROUTE FACILITIES

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 9 NM of "QQ" NDB.

3.0

CATEGORY A B C D

*

A L L C A T S

12

No

Circling

NDB

CIRCLING

PAR 12

30

293°

113°

700

720 (636) 1¾ 720

277

3311

9500

016°

51 NM

1000

"QQ"

NDB

700 700

GND

119.75

250.3

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 3000 on

track of 113° . LEFT

turn to "QQ" NDB.

(623) 2

(636) 2

NANAIMO

DEP

123.7

227.6

COMOX

COMOX BC

ELEV 84

TDZE 12 77

MS A QQ 2 5 NM

CYQQ

"QQ" NDB to MAP 3.0 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 2:34 2:00 1:38 1:23 1:12

VAR 19° E

COMOX BC

N49 42 39 W124 53 12

NDB RWY 12 (DND)

COMOX

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

9600

101°

110 NM

CHANGE: Editorial

PAR

128.1

378.5

(623) 1 ¼

338°

158°

(200) ½ RVR 26

(623) 1 ½

G/S 3.0°

CYA124(M)

SURFACE TO 1000

OCSL TO 5000 BY NOTAM

CONT

7000

291°

57 NM

AN

36

P 2

18 12

5000

TWR

110°

7900

020°

Right hand circuits Rwy 30.

113° 3.0 NM

From "QQ" NDB

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PSR

10,000

P 2

6200

30

AN

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC(BC)/DME RWY 30

*

ATIS

118.6

282.2

A L L C A T S

12

No

Circling

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on track of 296°

to 10 DME. RIGHT climbing

turn to "QQ" NDB.

Maintain 2500.

15,200

(DND)

TWR

126.2

358.1

5.9

CATEGORY A B C D

LOC(BC)/DME

CIRCLING *

PAR 30

296°

IGNORE GLIDE

PATH INDICATIONS

Aircraft may encounter

wind shear and

turbulence in all

weather conditions

between 600’ and

400’ on approach.

2300 from "QQ" NDB

to REFID

115° 10.5 NM

30

284

1.1

DME

600

420

REFID

7 DME

LOC(BC)/DME RWY 30

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR

134.1

342.9

CHANGE: Editorial

COMOX

400 QQ

3.5 DME

(516) 1 ½

(200)

PAR

128.1

378.5

LOCALIZER 111.7

IQQ

ENROUTE FACILITIES

1700

(336)

10 NM

116°

(DND)

296°

COMOX

Ch 41 UQQ

DME 110.4

296° 116°

2500

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

600 700

GND

119.75

250.3

2300

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of REFID.

(516) 2 (616) 2

½ RVR 26

No PT

1700

REFID

7 DME

1 RVR 50

G/S 3.0°

1449

071°

251°

IF

14 DME

Knots

Min:Sec

N49 42 39 W124 53 12

VAR 19° E

DEP

123.7

227.6

36

3700

242°

9.1 NM

P 2

18 12

5000

TWR

COMOX

COMOX BC

ELEV 84

TDZE 30 84

JAINE

IAF

282° to

"QQ" NDB

25 DME

MS A

110°

7900

020°

Right hand circuits Rwy 30.

AN

BLASTING

AREAS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PSR

10,000

QQ

296° 5.9 NM

From REFID FAF

P 2

CYQQ

CYA124(M)

SURFACE TO 1000

OCSL TO 5000 BY NOTAM

CONT

2 5 NM

6200

30

AN

REFID FAF to MAP 5.9 NM

70 90 110 130 150

5:03 3:56 3:13 2:43 2:22

COMOX BC

COMOX

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS RWY 12

ATIS

118.6

282.2

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2500

(DND)

Aircraft may encounter wind shear and

turbulence in all weather conditions

between 600’ and 400’ on approach.

Descent Gradient from the

"UQQ" R-272 to IF at

13 DME is 496 ft/NM.

GP 3.0°

15,200

Shuttle to 2500

TWR

126.2

358.1

GND

119.75

250.3

2000

GP 1100

0.6

DME

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "QQ" NDB.

TCH 59’

2.4 0.5

CATEGORY A B C D

CIRCLING *

PAR 12

DM E

RC

15

A

15 DM E

ILS

ILS/DME

LOC

LOC/DME

630 0 t o

700 0 t o

R - 272

R - 247

ILS RWY 12

A RC

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR

134.1

342.9

370 0

640

t o I F

277

R-272

3311

(DND)

No PT

2000

277

640

R-230

max 200 kt

IF

13 DME

9 DME

CHANGE: Editorial

R-247

296°

296°

COMOX

400 QQ

3.5 DME

116°

PAR

128.1

378.5

(556) 1¾

IF

13 DME

"QQ" NDB

3.5 DME

(200)

1200

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 1100 on

track of 116° . LEFT

climbing turn direct

to "QQ" NDB.

Maintain 2500 .

700

(616) 2

VAR 19° E

Knots

Min:Sec

DEP

123.7

227.6

ARC TRANSITION FOR USE BY

TACAN EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT ONLY

(563)

116°

(200) ½ RVR 26

161°

341°

640

(556) 2

10 NM

G/S 3.0°

N49 42 39 W124 53 12

½ RVR 26

1 ¼

COMOX

Ch 41 UQQ

DME 110.4

LOCALIZER 111.7

IQQ

36

5000

18

*

COMOX

COMOX BC

ELEV 84

TDZE 12 77

A L L C A T S

12

No

Circling

MS A

110°

7900

020°

Right hand circuits Rwy 30.

AN

12

116° 2.9 NM

From FAF

P 2

TWR

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PSR

10,000

QQ

30

P 2

CYQQ

CYA124(M)

SURFACE TO 1000

OCSL TO 5000 BY NOTAM

CONT

2 5 NM

6200

30

AN

"FAF to MAP 2.9 NM

70 90 110 130 150

2:29 1:56 1:35 1:20 1:09

COMOX BC

COMOX

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

SID

SID

(DND)

ATIS

118.6

282.2

COMOX ONE

COMOX TWO

COMOX THREE

COMOX FOUR

CLNC DEL

123.7

227.6

GND

119.75

250.3

SID PROCEDURES

TWR

126.2

358.1

Rwy 12 - TACAN

Climb R-110 to 12 DME turn left to intercept R-080 proceed inbound to cross

6 DME at 7900 of assigned (whichever is lower) climb on course. If unable,

shuttle-climb to R-080 at 6 DME between 6 and 12 DME (all turns right)

until MEA.

Rwy 30 - TACAN

Right turn climb R-330 to 12 DME, turn left to intercept R-300 and proceed

inbound to cross 6 DME at 7900 or assigned altitude (whichever is lower)

climb on course. If unable, use non-standard shuttle-climb on R-300 at

6 DME between 6 and 12 DME (all turns left) until MEA.

NOTE; E-Category shuttle between 6 and 15 DME

Rwy 12 - NDB

Climb to 2200 on track of 112° left turn direct "QQ" NDB. Cross NDB at

7900 or assigned altitude (whichever is lower) climb on course. If unable,

shuttle-climb on "QQ" NDB inbound track 301° (all turns right) until MEA.

Rwy 30 - NDB

Climb direct to "QQ" NDB turn right to 3000 on trck of 302° left turn direct

to "QQ" NDB. Cross NDB at 7900 or assigned altitude (whichever is lower)

climb on course. If unable, non-standard shuttle-climb on "QQ" NDB

inbound track 112° .

(DND)

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

N49 42 39 W124 53 12

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

COMOX

COMOX BC

DEP

123.7

227.6

COMOX BC

COMOX

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AERODROME CHART

ATIS

118.6

282.2

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 43

CVAC

49 42

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

QRA

Apron

Touchdown

PAD 2

ELEV

77

Apron

Touchdown

PAD 1

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

CLNC DEL

123.7

227.6

10,000

11,000

10,000

10,000

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.9’ W

H

F

12

E

36

All Rwys: NOT ASSESSED

10,000

11,000

10,000

10,000

GND

119.75

250.3

12 30 18 36

5000 5000

116°

124 54

ARM

5000

5000

CAUTION:

Runway 18/36 rises 18" at

intxn of Runway 12/30

004° 184°

5000

ELEV

77

5000

5000

124 54 124 53

H

D

(DND)

A

(DND)

18

A

TWR CYQQ

N49 42.65

W124 53.20

LDA FOR SIMULTANEOUS RUNWAY OPERATIONS

FROM TO

LDA in ft

Thld rwy 30 Intxn rwy 18 -36 7450

Thld rwy 36 Intxn rwy 12-30 3150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

A

ELEV

60

CHANGE: Editorial

PSR

C

124 53

TWR

126.2

358.1

10,000

A

B

A

COMOX

COMOX BC

DEP

123.7

227.6

296°

2000 1000

SCALE IN FEET

0

2000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

30

49 43

ELEV

84

49 42

COMOX BC

COMOX

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

10640

9975

11217

When inbound from "SX" NDB change

over to "XC" NDB at mid-point.

9400 from "XC" NDB to

"SX" NDB 342° 16.3 NM.

*

10374

9400

SAFE ALT 100 NM

9400

A L

No

Circling

* CIRCLING

NDB A

L CA

9400

Shuttle to

(max 200 kt)

34

T S

CRANBROOK

112.1 YXC

DME Ch 58

342°

13,900

7700

"SX"

NDB

9350

8950

3780

162°

9392

RADIO

122.3 (MF 5 NM)

262.7

9700

005°

27 NM

5300

"XC"

NDB

8350

7554

117°

297°

163°

8817

163°

4040

Fl. R

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

8509

10 NM

3440

Fl. R

MISSED APPROACH

LEFT climbing turn direct

"XC" NDB. Climb in shuttle

(max 200 kt) at "XC" NDB

to 9400.

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "SX" NDB.

16.3 3.8

CATEGORY A B C D

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

16

(698)

N49 36 39 W115 46 56

342°

342°

162°

2 ¼

CRANBROOK

242 XC

VAR 17° E

SKOOKUM

368 SX

9336

Knots

Min:Sec

12,700

222°

24 NM

9553

Right hand

circuits Rwy 34.

16

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

AN

CRANBROOK

CRANBROOK BC

ELEV 3082

9847

CONER

M

P 2

11050

11,400

6000 x 150

9950

S A S X 2 5 NM

AO

34

12,200

11,000

360° 180°

CYXC

270°

163° 3.8 NM

From "XC" NDB

"XC" NDB to MAP 3.8 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:15 2:32 2:04 1:45 1:31

CRANBROOK BC

CRANBROOK

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS RWY 16

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

10640

9975

A L L CA T S

SAFE ALT 100 NM

9400

13,900

Procedure turn LEFT

GP 4320

within 10 NM of "SX" NDB.

TCH 53’

16.3 3.8

CATEGORY A B C D

ILS

LOC

* CIRCLING

9400

ILS RWY 16

8100

3258

3780

11,400

091°

10 NM

to SANDO

IF

SANDO

RADIO

122.3 (MF 5 NM)

262.7

11217 8817

Localizer reliable only within

25° either side of centreline.

9400 from "XC" NDB to

"SX" NDB 342° 16.3 NM.

*

No

Circling

GP 3.0°

Shuttle to

(max 200 kt)

10374

34

CRANBROOK

112.1 YXC

DME Ch 58

9400

342°

CHITE

9350

"SX"

NDB

8950

EFF 16 FEB 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

16

9392

162°

R-355

5300

9700

005°

27 NM

"XC"

NDB

(200)

No PT

9400

CIRCLING ONLY

(698)

342°

163°

1/ 2

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

117°

297°

SKOOKUM

8350

7554

LB-154

2 ¼

1

0 NM

VAR 17° E

368 SX

CRANBROOK

242 XC

LOCALIZER 110.3

IXC

Knots

Min:Sec

12,700

222°

24 NM

CRANBROOK

CRANBROOK BC

ELEV 3082

TDZE 16 3058

16

CONER

AN

S A S X 2 5 NM

6000 x 150

34

CYXC

4040

Fl. R

3440

Fl. R

11,000

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on rwy hdg to 3500.

Right hand

circuits Rwy 34. 163° 3.8 NM

LEFT turn direct "XC" NDB.

Climb in shuttle (max 200 kt)

at "XC" NDB to 9400.

From "XC" NDB

N49 36 39 W115 46 56

342° 162°

8509

9336

9553

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

P 2

9847

11050

11,400

AO

9950

360° 180°

12,200

270°

"XC" NDB to MAP 3.8 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:15 2:32 2:04 1:45 1:31

CRANBROOK BC

CRANBROOK

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS/DME RWY 16

8558

8174

ARR

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

CAUTION: All DME distances

from CHUCK IF inbound are

from Ch 40 on airfield.

Localizer reliable only within

25° either side of centreline.

*

8736

SAFE ALT 100 NM

7500

CATEGORY

ILS/DME

LOC/DME

* CIRCLING

C T S

Procedure turn

NOT AUTHORIZED.

9700

002°

24 NM

CRANBROOK

112.1 YXC

DME Ch 58

GP 3.0°

A L L A

No

Circling 34

CHUCK IF

16.1 DME

Ch 40

6150

13,900

7850

7554

ILS/DME RWY 16

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

16

RADIO

122.3 (MF 5 NM)

262.7

4050

6.1 6.0

3.8

A B C D

3600

8550

6100

3258

3460

(518)

"XC" NDB

4 DME

Ch 40

10 DME

Ch 40

CRANBROOK

242 XC

4 DME

Ch 40

DME

110.3 IXC

Ch 40

10 DME

Ch 40

CHANGE: Editorial

MILAN

IAF

24 DME

Ch 58

NOT TO SCALE

162°

4300


7500

Hdg 090°

5.1 NM

to IF

GP 4320

(200)

(402)

4040

Fl. R

1/ 2

1

3440

Fl. R

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

CHUCK

IF

Ch 40

16.1 DME

TCH 53’

3600 3700

(518) 2 (618) 2

N49 36 39 W115 46 56

342° 162°

VAR 17 ° E

10 NM

7244

8699

LOCALIZER 110.3

IXC

Knots

Min:Sec

9175

10,000

CRANBROOK

CRANBROOK BC

ELEV 3082

TDZE 16 3058

9336

S A X C 2 5 NM

11,000

16

AN

6000 x 150

34

9050

CYXC

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on rwy hdg to

3500.

LEFT turn

direct "XC" NDB. Climb

in shuttle (max 200 kt)

at "XC" NDB to 9400.

Right hand

circuits Rwy 34. 163° 3.8 NM

From "XC" NDB

M

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

P 2

10,400

AO

9150

090° 270°

360° 180°

11,900

9553

"XC" NDB to MAP 3.8 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:15 2:32 2:04 1:45 1:31

CRANBROOK BC

CRANBROOK

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 37

*

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

VOT

114.8

115 48

115 48

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 16, 34: *

AERODROME CHART

16 34

6000

6000

6000

6000

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Fl. R hazard beacon southeast

of airport must be operating for

night take-off Rwy 16.

Rwy 16 -½- CAT A & B

Requires CLB gradient of

270 ft/NM to "XC" NDB.

Climb RWY HDG to 3650.

Left turn, continue CLB

direct "XC" NDB at 4650 or

above. Then shuttle CLB

(max 200 kts) to MEA or

above south of "XC" NDB on

INBD TRK of 342° , all turns

left. Cross "XC" NDB BPOC.

6000

7000

6000

6000

115 47.5

115 47.5

RADIO

122.3 (MF 5 NM)

262.7

ELEV

3034

115 47

115 47

CRANBROOK

CRANBROOK BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

ELEV

3082

115 46.5

Rwy 16 -½- CAT C & D

Requires CLB gradient of

420 ft/NM to "XC" NDB.

B

Climb RWY HDG to 3950 .

Left turn, continue CLB

CYXC

direct "XC" NDB at 5550 or

above. Then shuttle CLB

N49 36.64

(max 200 kts) to MEA or

W115 46.93

above south of "XC" NDB on

INBD TRK of 342° , all turns

B

left. Cross "XC" NDB BPOC.

49 36.5 49 36.5

Rwy 34 -½- Requires CLB

gradient of 420 ft/NM to 6000.

CLB direct "XC" NDB at 3950 or

above. Then shuttle CLB (max 200 kts)

to MEA or above south of "XC"

NDB on INBD TRK of 342° , all turns

left. Cross "XC" NDB BPOC.

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

- or -

SPEC VIS - Rwys 16 & 34: CLB

visual over airport to 4400.

From

over airport, continue CLB on TRK

of 342° to "XC" NDB. Then shuttle

CLB (max 200 kts) to MEA or above

south of "XC" NDB on INBD TRK 342° ,

all turns left. Cross "XC" NDB BPOC.

CHANGE: Editorial

VAR 17° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 13.0’ W

A

162°

16

342°

34

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0

1000 2000

6000 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

49 37

115 46.5

CRANBROOK BC

CRANBROOK

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 24

When using Fort St. John

altimeter setting add 100’

to all procedure altitudes.

*

CATEGORY

LNAV

A L L CA T S

CIRCLING

06

No

Circling

24

ARR/DEP

RADIO

Straight-in minima not authorized

when using Fort St. John

altimeter setting.

Verify runway unobstructed when

A/G advisory not available.

12,500

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn

to 4800 on track of

263° to OBRUM.

RW24

MAWP

*

263°

2700

OBRUM

N55 45.94

W120 18.76

2.5 1.5 5.0

A B C D

2560

(552)

263°

5.0

RW24

N55 44.56

W120 10.26

IGSIL

SDWP

3100


GABIR

N55 44.83

W120 03.20

GABIR

FAWP

(412)

2.5 1.5

IGSIL

N55 44.73

W120 05.84

3500

3073

LNAV / VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 24

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

10

243°

NM

DUSIR

IWP

1 ¼

RADIO

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.2

243°

5.0

2760 2880

(612) 2 (732)

N55 44 32 W120 10 59

AGPIB

N55 50.14

W119 54.97

EPLEX

N55 40.18

W119 53.76

5.0

5.0

153°

333°

2 ¼

4000

4000

AO

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 23° E

DUSIR

N55 45.16

W119 54.37

ARCAL 122.2 (K)

P 2

06

DAWSON CREEK

DAWSON CREEK BC

ELEV 2148

TDZE 24 2148

LAGOONS

5000 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MSA RW24 25 NM

4800

CYDQ

WATER

ALIGHTING

AREA

70 90 110 130 150

DAWSON CREEK BC

(1997) DAWSON CREEK

NAD83

P 2

24

AO

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB RWY 24

When using Fort St. John

altimeter setting add 100’

to all procedure altitudes.

Straight-in minima not authorized

when using Fort St. John

altimeter setting.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 4800 on track

of 263° . Return to

"DQ" NDB.

*

*

A L L CA T S

CATEGORY

NDB

CIRCLING

No

Circling

12,500

NDB RWY 24

EFF 13 APR 06

06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

24

ARR/DEP

RADIO

3.6

A B C D

(552) 1 3/ 4

2700

2700

3050

(552)

"DQ"

NDB

CHANGE: Editorial

3500

1

3/ 4

083°

263°

N55 44 32 W120 10 59

263°

10 NM

2760

(612) 2

RADIO

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.2

DAWSON CREEK

394 DQ

VAR 21° E

263° 083°

4300

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "DQ" NDB.

2880

(732) 21/

4

ARCAL 122.2 (K)

P 2

AO

Knots

Min:Sec

06

038°

218°

DAWSON CREEK

DAWSON CREEK BC

ELEV 2148

TDZE 24 2148

LAGOONS

5000 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

090°

MS A DQ 2 5 NM

4100

180°

4800

CYDQ

WATER

ALIGHTING

AREA

P 2

"DQ" NDB to MAP 3.6 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:05 2:24 1:58 1:40 1:26

DAWSON CREEK BC

DAWSON CREEK

24

AO

263° 3.6 NM

From

"DQ" NDB

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

*

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

55 45 55 45

55 44.5

06

ELEV

2146

dock

065°

120 11.5

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 06; 24: *

AERODROME CHART

120 11.5 120 10.5

DEPARTURE CLIMB RATE V/V (FPM)

GROUND SPEED

220 FT/NM

270 FT/NM

90

330

410

120

440

540

06 24

5000

6000

5000

5000

140

520

630

160

590

720

5000

5784

5000

5000

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 06 -½- Requires a minimum CLB gradient

of 220 ft/NM on HDG 065° to 3000 BPOC.

- or -

SPEC VIS - CLB visual over the APRT to 3400 BPOC.

Rwy 24 -½- Requires a minimum CLB gradient

of 270 ft/NM on HDG 245° to 3400 BPOC.

- or -

SPEC VIS - CLB visual over the APRT to 3400 BPOC.

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 21° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 19.7’ W

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

RADIO

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

O/T TFC 122.2

180

660

810

200

740

900

5000 x 150

250

920

1130

LAGOONS

WATER ALIGHTING AREA

A

300

1100

1350

CHANGE: Editorial

CYDQ

N55 44.54

W120 10.98

SCALE IN FEET

DEP

RADIO

120 10.5

245°

1000 0

1000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

DAWSON CREEK

DAWSON CREEK BC

24

ELEV

2145

55 44.5

DAWSON CREEK BC

DAWSON CREEK

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

*

SAFE ALT 100 NM

10 NM

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "YDL" NDB.

1.7

CATEGORY A B C D

CIRCLING *

NDB A

12,300

Shuttle to 6100 "YDL"

(max 200 kt)

NDB

6100

A L L C A T S

No

Circling

02

LWIS

128.7

Terrain rises abruptly to 4400’

1 NM west of airport.

Verify runway unobstructed

20

161°

341°

4660

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR/DEP

WHITEHORSE RADIO

126.7

4350

003°

MISSED APPROACH

RIGHT climbing turn to 6100

on heading 003° . RIGHT

turn direct "YDL" NDB.

003°

341°

161°

(2060) 3

N58 25 20 W130 01 56

206°

026°

TFC

123.2 (ATF 5 NM)

DEASE LAKE

200 YDL

AS

02

P 2

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 24° E

6099

6000 x 90

Rwy 02 - P2 4°

DEASE LAKE

DEASE LAKE BC

ELEV 2600

M S A Y D L 2 5 NM

090°

Right hand circuits Rwy 02.

First 1600’ Rwy 02 up 1.5%.

ARCAL 123.2 (K) (see CFS)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

8100

7400 8600

360° 180°

AS

20

P 2

CYDL

180° 1.7 NM

from "YDL" NDB

70 90 110 130 150

DEASE LAKE BC

DEASE LAKE

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

3500

4350

CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 3800’ ASL

3229

RIVER

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

EFF 13 APR 06

2850

SW FL

2500

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NOTES:

4000

3500

2500

3000

TANZILLA

DEASE LAKE

02

2500

20

"YDL"

CITY

LIGHTS

ALLAN

LAKE

NIGHT CIRCUIT ALTITUDE 3800 ASL

SCALE IN NAUTICAL MILES

VAR 24° E

1 0 1

1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with the local area use this airport during

the hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless all three hazard beacons are operating.

3. All turns to be completed within the perimeter of the hazard beacons.

CHANGE: Editorial

3000

S FL

3000

3000

3000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

3000

DEASE LAKE

DEASE LAKE BC

3150

E

FL

DEASE LAKE BC

DEASE LAKE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

58 25.6

02

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

*

130 02.5

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

*

02 20

6000

6000

6000

6000

6000

6000

6000

5600

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS - CLB visual over APRT to 4800 or

above. Then shuttle CLB (max 200 kt) to

MEA or above north of "YDL" NDB

on INBD TRK of 161° , all turns left.

Rwys 02, 20:

TFC

123.2 (ATF 5 NM)

130 01.8

DEASE LAKE

DEASE LAKE BC

DEP

WHITEHORSE RADIO

126.7

Thld 20 displaced 400’

130 01

130 01

58 25.6

58 25.1 58 25.1

EFF 13 APR 06

LWIS

128.7

130 02.5

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 24° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 21.4’ W

First 1600’ up 1.5%

CYDL

N58 25.33

W130 01.93

6000 x 90

130 01.8

C

A

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0

1000 2000

CHANGE: Editorial

20

B

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

DEASE LAKE BC

DEASE LAKE

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

9550

9146

9500

HOWZR

Use Cranbrook

altimeter setting

Verify runway

unobstructed.

CATEGORY

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

9392

9010

13,900

9700

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

CIRCLING *

NDB A

13,000

110°

20 NM

Mountainous terrain all

quadrants.

Terrain and obstacles

unlighted.

SAFE ALT

100 NM

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "D6" NDB.

EFF 16 FEB 06

*

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

A

L

15

L

142°

33

FAIRMONT

261 D6

7550

C

A

322°

T

S

No

Circling

097°

277°

"D6"

NDB

8050

322°

9700

154°

142°154°

8899

A B C D

CHANGE: Editorial

10,800

351°

47 NM

8980 (6319) 3

N50 19 49 W115 52 24

RADIO(DRCO)

PACIFIC

126.7

BLASTING

AREA

8449

8620

CRANBROOK

NOT TO SCALE

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 9700 on track of

154° . RIGHT turn direct to

"D6" NDB.

VAR 17° E

10,800

241°

10 NM

10 NM

Knots

Min:Sec

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS BC

TFC

123.2

(ATF 5 NM)

AS

15

LUMBY

P 2

P 2

6003 x 100

ELEV

8550

Right hand circuits Rwy 15.

Rwy 15 up 0.4 %.

ARCAL 123.2 (K) (see CFS)

33

Papi Rwy 15 offset 12° right.

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

12,500

AS

8763

2661

S A D6 25NM

12,000

360° 180°

12,300

CYCZ

270°

70 90 110 130 150

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS BC

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

NOTES:

3245

HB3 Fl.

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 17° E

CHANGE: Editorial

CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 3700’ ASL

3308

HB4

Fl.

323° 143°

15

33

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS BC

8620

3409

HB2

Fl.

2983

HB1

Fl.

1 0 1 2 3 4

Scale in nautical miles

1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with local

area use this airport during hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless all

four hazard beacons are operating.

3. PAPI Rwy 15 offset 12° right.

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

8899

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS BC

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

50 20

*

RADIO(DRCO)

PACIFIC

126.7

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

VAR 17° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 13.7’ W

115 53

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 15, 33:

AERODROME CHART

15 33

6003

6003

6003

6003

6003

6003

6003

5183

ELEV

2637

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwys 15, 33 - SPEC VIS - CLB

visual over APRT to 6200.

Depart

"D6" NDB climbing on TRK of

154° to "SX" NDB at 10,700

BPOC.

*

TFC

123.2

(ATF 5 NM)

6003 x 100

Threshold 33 displaced 820’

154°

15

0.4% up

ELEV

2661

CYCZ

N50 19.81

W115 52.40

334°

33

SCALE IN FEET

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.6

50 19.6 50 19.6

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

115 52

115 53 115 52

CHANGE: Editorial

1000 0

1000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

50 20

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS BC

FAIRMONT HOT SPRINGS

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS or NDB RWY 03

FORT NELSON

112.9 YYE

DME Ch 76

SAFE ALT 100 NM

3900

CATEGORY

ILS

LOC

CIRCLING

NDB

NDB

CIRCLING

GP 3.0°

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "YE" NDB.

12,000

213°

ILS or NDB RWY 03

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR/DEP

EDMONTON CENTRE

132.87 290.6

R-133

3200 to IF

8

DME

033°

"YE"

NDB

2600

10 NM

RADIO

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

295.0

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 3900 on

track of 033° from

"YE" NDB. Return

to "YE" NDB.

TCH 65’

4.0

A B C

(200) ½

D

1453

1880

1880

2160

2160

CHANGE: Editorial

11 NM

099°

3900

R-126

213°

168°

348°

(627)

IF OBTAM

N58 45.06

W122 51.20

GP 2590

313°

3200 to IF

12

DME

(627)

(907)

(907)

2597

033°

R-133

2

1852

IF

No PT

LOCALIZER 110.3

IYE

IAF

25 DME


2 ¼


N58 50 11 W122 35 50

FORT NELSON

382 YE

1960

(707) 2¼

AN

T T

1293

03

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 24° E

Rwy 08/26 4068 x 77

T

T

6400

033° 4.0 NM

From

"YE" NDB

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

FORT NELSON

FORT NELSON BC

ELEV 1253

TDZE 03 1253

MSA YE 25NM

4900

08

T

P 2

4100

21

4900

AS-AO*

1279

CYYE

090° 270°

360° 180°

2900

T T T

26

"YE" NDB to MAP 4.0 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:26 2:40 2:11 1:51 1:36

FORT NELSON BC

FORT NELSON

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

58 50.5

58 50

ELEV

1253

122 37

03

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

VOT

111.8

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 21: *

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

033°

*

1293

03 21

6400

7400

6400

6400

6400

7400

6400

6400

DEPARTURE CLIMB RATE V/V (FPM)

ELEV

1247

RADIO

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

295.0

122 36 122 35

6400 A

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 21 - ½ - Requires a minimum climb gradient

of 230 ft/NM on HDG 213° to 2100 BPOC.

- or -

SPEC VIS - CLB visual to "YE" NDB at 1900 or

above BPOC.

1279

122 37 122 36 122 35

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 24° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 23.9’ W

GROUND SPEED

230 FT/NM

Rwys 03: ½

90

350

120

460

140

540

160

620

180

690

200

770

CHANGE: Editorial

08 26

4060

4568

4068

4068

08

250

960

077°

300

1150

4060

4268

4068

4068

213°

CYYE

N58 50.18

W122 35.83

21

4068 x 77

l

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0 1000 2000

ll

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

FORT NELSON

FORT NELSON BC

257°

26

B

58 50.5

lll

58 50

FORT NELSON BC

FORT NELSON

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 20

ATIS

128.5

SAFE ALT 100 NM

204°

CATEGORY

LNAV

CIRCLING

ILASI

N56 09.06

W120 53.73

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 4300 on track

of 204° to ILASI.

RW20

MAWP

10,300

2780

ARR/DEP

EDMONTON CENTRE

132.6 285.4

5.0

5.0

A B C D

LNAV/VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

2740

(500) 1 ½

RNAV RWY 20

(GNSS)

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: New chart

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

2736

8.0

204°

KEGNI

FAWP

3200

(460)

5.0

204°

RW20

N56 14.70

W120 43.60

204°

10 NM

1 ½

2780 2880

(500) 2 (600) 2

N56 14 17 W120 44 25

114°

5.0

3700

5.0

204°

KEGNI

N56 18.22

W120 37.25

ENRO UTE FACILITIES

RADIO

118.5 (MF 5 NM)

295.8

RIKOV

N56 25.27

W120 37.24

KELGA

IWP

294°

5.0

VAR 21° E

(2005)

KELGA

N56 21.74

W120 30.88

3800

OTANI

N56 18.21

W120 24.54

AO

11

*

AD - AS

Knots

Min:Sec

P 2

P 2

6900 x 150

02

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

FORT ST. JOHN

FORT ST. JOHN BC

ELEV 2280

TDZE 20 2280

MSA RW20 25 NM

6700

29

4300

Rwy 20 down 0.65% first 3700’ then

down 1.5% last 3000’

P 2

AO

20

AN

CYXJ

70 90 110 130 150

FORT ST. JOHN BC

FORT ST. JOHN

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

VOR RWY 11

SAFE ALT 100 NM

4300

ATIS

128.5

XIGIB

N56 21.24

W121 10.02

10,300

3800

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "YXJ" VOR.

5.3

CATEGORY A B C D

VOR

CIRCLING

R-274

LR-262

274°

094°

2780

VOR RWY 11

(GNSS)

LR-286 319°

4

10 DME ARC

3

ARR/DEP

EDMONTON CENTRE

132.6 285.4

139°

OMVUR

IF

8 DME

N56 20.41

W121 06.76

0 0 t o I

F

RUBDI

N56 07.73

W121 00.14

2700

(GNSS)

"YXJ"

VOR

3000

R-180

(500) 1 ½

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

10 DM E ARC

4 3

No PT

3800

094°

(447)

0 0 t o IF

N56 14 17 W120 44 25

10

NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 4300 on

R-094 . Return to

"YXJ" VOR.

1 ½

2780 2880

FORT ST. JOHN

114.2 YXJ

DME Ch 89

(500) 2 (600) 2

VAR 22° E

RADIO

118.5 (MF 5 NM)

295.8

Knots

Min:Sec

R-020

RW11

N56 14.70

W120 45.23

094° 5.3 NM From

"YXJ" VOR

11

*

AD - AS

P 2

P 2

02

R-094

FORT ST. JOHN

FORT ST. JOHN BC

ELEV 2280

TDZE 11 2253

PELGA

N56 24.57

W120 41.92

MS A Y X J 2 5 NM

4300

Rwy 11 down 0.53% last 1900’

AO

6900 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

6700

29

180°

P 2

3900

AO

CYXJ

270°

"YXJ" VOR to MAP 5.3 NM

70 90 110 130 150

4:32 3:32 2:53 2:27 2:07

FORT ST. JOHN BC

20

AN

FORT ST. JOHN

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC(BC)/NDB RWY 11

SAFE ALT 100 NM

4300

ATIS

128.5

IGNORE GLIDE

PATH INDICATIONS

Localizer reliable only within

30° either side centerline.

LOC(BC)/NDB

CIRCLING

IF PRACE

4 DME

N56 20.81

W120 56.16

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of BOKRI.

CATEGORY

10,300

293°

113°

2780

LR-290

4

7

D M E A

30 0 t o IF

3000

3300

338°

158°

3.9

A B C D

2600

R-319

293°

FORT ST. JOHN

114.2 YXJ

DME Ch 89

LR-325

R-170

BOKRI

203° brg to "XJ" NDB

(347)

7 DM E ARC

4300 t o IF

113°

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 4300 on

track of 113° . Return

to "XJ" NDB.

2780 2880

Knots

Min:Sec

113° 3.9 NM

From

BOKRI FAF

FORT ST. JOHN

FORT ST. JOHN BC

ELEV 2280

TDZE 11 2253

CYXJ

BOKRI FAF to MAP 3.9 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:20 2:36 2:08 1:48 1:34

FORT ST. JOHN BC

N56 14 17 W120 44 25 VAR 22° E

LOC(BC)/NDB RWY 11 FORT ST. JOHN

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR/DEP

EDMONTON CENTRE

132.6 285.4

R C

CHANGE: Editorial

No PT

3300

(500) 1 ½

203°

FORT ST. JOHN

326 XJ

10 NM

1 ¼

BOKRI

R-020

(500) 2 (600) 2

RADIO

118.5 (MF 5 NM)

295.8

LOCALIZER 109.5

IXJ

11

*

AD - AS

P 2

P 2

02

MSA

4300

Rwy 11 down 0.53% last 1900’

AO

6900 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

6700

29

XJ

180°

P 2

2 5 NM

3900

AO

20

AN

270°

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS or NDB RWY 29

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 4300 on

track of 293° . Return

to "ZXJ" NDB.

TCH 50’

ATIS

128.5

Localizer reliable only within

30° either side centerline.

FORT ST. JOHN

114.2 YXJ

DME Ch 89

LIRVA

N55 57.45

W121 00.52

CATEGORY

ILS

LOC

R-170

10,300

NDB 2700

10 NM

3200

Procedure turn LEFT within

10 NM of "ZXJ" NDB.

4.0

A B C D

2780

ENROUTE FACILITIES

2454

2560

GP 3600

113°

293°

(200)

(306)

(446)

LOCALIZER 109.5

IXJ

No PT

3200

IF SASEM

18 DME

N56 05.61

W120 28.90

2977

2 0 DM E ARC

4 2 00 t o I F

GP 3.0°

½ RVR 26

1

293° 113°

1 RVR 50

3800

2780 2880

CIRCLING

(500) 1 ½

(500) 2 (600) 2

ILS or NDB RWY 29 (GNSS)

N56 14 17 W120 44 25

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

4300

106°

10 NM

(GNSS)

ARR/DEP

EDMONTON CENTRE

132.6 285.4

"ZXJ"

NDB

RW29

N56 13.90

W120 43.79

RADIO

118.5 (MF 5 NM)

295.8

TAYLOR

246 ZXJ

068°

248°

LR-116

11

*

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 22° E

LR-104

02

4 0 0 0 to I F

XOXIM

N56 04.19

W120 26.36

AD - AS

P 2

P 2

R-070

FORT ST. JOHN

FORT ST. JOHN BC

ELEV 2280

TDZE 29 2254

20 DME ARC

KEBLO

N56 16.61

W120 17.86

4300

360°

Rwy 29 up 0.53% first 1900’

AO

6900 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M SA ZXJ

6700

29

4800

P 2

2 5 N M

AO

CYXJ

270°

"ZXJ" NDB to MAP 4.0 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:26 2:40 2:11 1:51 1:36

FORT ST. JOHN BC

20

AN

293° 4.0 NM

From "ZXJ" NDB

FORT ST. JOHN

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

56 14.4

11

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

VAR 22° E

2003

ELEV

2250

113°

ATIS

128.5

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 20.3’ W

120 45

AERODROME CHART

02

6700

7509

6700

6700

A

023°

02 20 11 29

VOR 114.2

095° 5.4 NM

ELEV

2211

6700

7520

6700

6509

6900

7694

6900

6900

120 45 120 44.4

6900

7900

6900

6900

120 44.4 120 43.8

VOR 114.2

091° 6.1 NM

6700

293°

FORT ST. JOHN

FORT ST. JOHN BC

DEP

EDMONTON CENTRE

132.6 285.4

ELEV

2244

SCALE IN FEET

29

ELEV

2279

B

203°

120 43.8

Threshold 20

displaced 191’

56 14.8 56 14.8

56 14 56 14

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

All Rwys: ½

1.5% up first 3000’

RADIO

118.5 (MF 5 NM)

295.8

6900 x 150 0.53% up first 1900’

CHANGE: Editorial

CYXJ

N56 14.28

W120 44.42

A

0.65% down first 3700’

1000 0 1000 2000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

20

56 14.4

FORT ST. JOHN BC

FORT ST. JOHN

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

Verify runway

unobstructed.

Mountainous terrain

all quadrants.

Apply altitude correction

for cold temperatures.

Authorization required for

night use. See CFS.

GOATE

N49 26.85

W119 05.56

SAFE ALT 100 NM 12,400

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn to 9600

on track 296° to GOATE intxn.

*

*

CATS A, B & C

CATEGORY

07

No

Circling

296°

CIRCLING

25

RW25

MAWP

AWOS

122.97

RNAV (GNSS) A

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

296°

37.0

TULAK

SDWP

RW25

N49 00.94

W118 25.29

5000

TULAK

N49 00.97

W118 22.25

URTAL

SDWP

5400

REVOB

FAWP

URTAL

N49 01.01

W118 19.21

5700

10 NM

ENRO UTE FACILITIES

251° 236°

Procedure turn

NOT AUTHORIZED.

2.0 2.0 2.0 5.0

A B C D

4640 (2920)

3

NOT

AUTHORIZED

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

251°

2.0 2.0 2.0

N49 00 56 W118 25 50

RADIO (RCO)

PACIFIC 126.7

TFC 123.2 (ATF 5 NM)

ETLUV

N49 06.38

W118 08.28

PUTAS

IWP

236°

5.0

REVOB

N49 01.04

W118 16.18

9400

167°

8000

6900

VAR 18° E

(1999)

167°

167°

5.7

4.0

15.7

Knots

Min:Sec

ANJER

N49 27.65

W118 05.13

NOVED

N49 12.05

W118 07.45

6950

PUTAS

N49 02.40

W118 08.87

07

P 1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

GRAND FORKS

GRAND FORKS BC

ELEV 1720

M S A R W 2 5 2 5 N M

4300 x 100

8900

P 1

CZGF

GRAND FORKS BC

GRAND FORKS

25

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 00.7

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

118 26.2

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

118 26.2 118 25.5

GRAND FORKS

GRAND FORKS BC

RADIO (RCO)

PACIFIC 126.7

TFC 123.2 (ATF 5 NM)

49 01.2 49 01.2

07

VAR 18° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.5’ W

EFF 13 APR 06

AWOS

122.97

072° 4300 x 100

252°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

Rwys 07; 25: *

07 25

4300

4700

4300

4300

*

4300

4790

4300

4300

CZGF

N49 00.93

W118 25.83

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS - CLB visual North of airport to 5300

or above. Continue CLB on TRK 338°

from "2J" NDB to 9000 BPOC.

CHANGE: Editorial

SCALE IN FEET

118 25.5

LWIS

1000 500

0

1000

H

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

49 00.7

GRAND FORKS BC

GRAND FORKS

NAD83

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

Valley approach mountainous

terrain all quadrants.

4950

SAFE ALT 100 NM

CATEGORY

CIRCLING *

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

5250

4350

IKBON

N50 43.98

W120 46.13

NOT TO SCALE

*

A L L CA T S

5884

08

No

Circling

12,100

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on track 260° to

IKBON. Climb in shuttle

(max 200 kt) to 8000 BPOC.

260°

26

6235

RW26

MAWP

260°

264°

RW26

N50 42.03

W120 25.91

PIKDI

SDWP

4200

ROTKA

FAWP

5000

1 NM

4.0

2.0 5.0

A B C D

3300 (2167) 3 3360

(2227) 3

RNAV (GNSS) A

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

13.0

4850

PIKDI

N50 41.11

W120 19.79

264°

URNIP

N50 32.68

W120 11.60

0

264°

N50 42 08 W120 26 40

RADIO

125.7 297.0 (MF 5 NM)

4150

VIBSO

N50 46.29

W120 06.55

2.0

4.0 5.0

ROTKA

N50 40.65

W120 16.73

264°

6500

354°

TUDUD

IWP

5899

5750

5199

7.0

VAR 19° E

(2005)

6500

174°

7.0

4850

TUDUD

N50 39.49

W120 09.08

4550

Right hand circuits

Runways 04, 22 and 26.

Runway 08-26 6000 x 148

Runway 04-22 2074 x 50

Knots

Min:Sec

08

P 2

5550

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

04

KAMLOOPS

KAMLOOPS BC

ELEV 1133

MSA RW26 25NM

5650

8000

AO AO

CYKA

26

70 90 110 130 150

22

P 2

KAMLOOPS BC

KAMLOOPS

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NDB B

Valley approach mountainous

terrain all quadrants.

*

4950

5884

5250

4350

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 4800 on track

of 267° . RIGHT climbing

turn to "YKA" NDB. Climb

in shuttle to 6000.

CATEGORY

CIRCLING *

NDB B

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

A L L CA T S

08

No

Circling

EFF 13 APR 06

26

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

6235

12,100

KAMLOOPS

223 YKA

267°

"YKA"

NDB

4.9 DME

4400

4850

087°

267°

4150

3.8

A B C D

0

4.9

DME

6000

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

3740 (2607) 3

CHANGE: Editorial

DME

109.9 XPP

Ch 36

267°

1 NM

N50 42 08 W120 26 40

RADIO

125.7 297.0 (MF 5 NM)

267°

6000

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "YKA" NDB.

VAR 19° E

5199

312°

132°

Knots

Min:Sec

087°

08

5750

4850

4550

Right hand circuits

Runways 04, 22 and 26.

ELEV 1133

5550

Runway 08-26 6000 x 148

Runway 04-22 2074 x 50

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

04

KAMLOOPS

KAMLOOPS BC

MSA Y K A 25NM

7600

7200

360° 360° 180°

CYKA

5650

267° 3.8 NM

From "YKA" NDB.

AO AO

26

"YKA" NDB to MAP 3.8 NM

70 90 110 130 150

3:15 2:32 2:04 1:45 1:31

KAMLOOPS BC

KAMLOOPS

NAD83

22

7000

P 2

8000

090° 270°

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC/DME or LOC C

5884

SAFE ALT 100 NM

CATEGORY

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

5250

Valley approach mountainous

terrain all quadrants.

Localizer not aligned with runway.

Localizer and DME reliable only

within 20° either side of centerline.

Straight in from FELKO

not authorized without

DME.

*

A L L CA T S

08

No

Circling

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on localizer track

266° to 5100.

Then

RIGHT climbing turn direct

"YKA" NDB at 6000.

4350

6235

12,100

KAMLOOPS

223 YKA

"YKA"

NDB

4.9 DME

LOCALIZER

109.9 XPP

DME Ch 36

4850

4150

4000

(LOC/DME)

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "YKA" NDB.

3.8

3.1

A B C D

0

RADIO

125.7 297.0 (MF 5 NM)

Shuttle to 6000

max 200 kt

6000

CIRCLING * (LOC/DME)

2600

(1467) 3

2900 (1767) 3 3360

(2227) 3

CIRCLING * (LOC) 3180 (2047) 3 3360

(2227) 3

LOC/DME or LOC C

EFF 13 APR 06

26

1.1 DME

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

266°

CHANGE: Editorial

4700

(LOC)

8 DME

4700

1

086°

NM

266°

N50 42 08 W120 26 40

4.9

DME

8

DME

311°

131°

5199

266° 086°

5750

4550

08

4850

5550

Right hand circuits

Runways 04, 22 and 26.

Runway 08-26 6000 x 148

Runway 04-22 2074 x 50

AO

P 2

15

DME

No PT

5400

to

15 DME

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KAMLOOPS

KAMLOOPS BC

ELEV

CYKA

267° 3.8 NM

From "YKA" NDB.

26

"YKA" NDB to MAP 3.8 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 3:15 2:32 2:04 1:45 1:31

VAR 19° E

KAMLOOPS BC

KAMLOOPS

NAD83

04

22

FELKO

NOT TO SCALE

P 2

1133

VOMAD

IF

20 DME

N50 37.20

W119 57.24

6900

267°

10.1 NM

to IF

MSA Y K A 25NM

7600

7200

7000

8000

090° 270°

360° 180°

AO

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

TRANQUILLE

VAR 19° E

1428

NW Fl.R

1759

SW Fl.R

NOTES:

CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 2200’ASL

1

1812

S Fl.R

1659

N Fl.R

08

2001

KAMLOOPS BC

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES KAMLOOPS

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

04

22

26

0 1

2

Scale in nautical miles

1795

NE Fl.R

PULP MILL

1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with the local

area use this airport during hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless all 6

hazard beacons are operating.

3. All turns to be completed within the perimeter of

the hazard beacons.

CITY

LIGHTS

1854

SE Fl.R

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KAMLOOPS

KAMLOOPS BC

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DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

VOT 114.8

RADIO 125.7 297.0 (MF 5 NM)

DEP VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

VAR 19° E

GROUND SPEED

360 FT/NM

Rwys 08 and 26 - SPEC VIS

DEPARTURE CLIMB RATE V/V (FPM)

90

540

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BACK COURSE

266°

120

720

140

840

160

960

LOCALIZER

109.9 XPP

N50 42.3

W120 27.6

180

1080

200

1200

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

or

250

1500

086° 086°

300

1800

KAMLOOPS

KAMLOOPS BC

KAMLOOPS

223 YKA

N50 41.0

W120 20.1

Rwy 26 - ½ - LAKE ROUTE: Requires minimum clb gradient of 360 ft/NM to 5300.

Clb to 6400 on LOC(BC) trk 266°. Then, LEFT climbing turn direct "YKA" NDB.

Maintain 9000 or as assigned. Cross "YKA" NDB BPOC.

Chart not to scale.

LAKE ROUTE: Visual clb over airport to 3000 or above. Clb to 6400, obd trk 266°

of "YKA" NDB. LEFT climbing turn direct "YKA" NDB. Maintain 9000 or as assigned. Cross

"YKA" NDB BPOC.

CITY ROUTE: Visual clb over airport to 2800 or above. Clb to 5700 on trk 086°

via "YKA" NDB. RIGHT climbing turn direct "YKA" NDB. Maintain 9000 or as assigned. Cross

"YKA" NDB BPOC.

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KAMLOOPS BC

KAMLOOPS

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

50 42.5

VOT

114.8

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TWY "A": No vehicle control

from apron to 300’ west on

Twy "A".

08

ELEV

1130

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

08 26

6000

7000

6000

6000

120 27

50 42 50 42

ELEV

1129

E

*

084°

EFF 13 APR 06

JET BLAST

AREA

A

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 26 -½- Refer to Departure

Procedure page

Rwys 08, 26:

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 14.0’ W

*

RADIO

125.7 297.0 (MF 5 NM)

120 27

6000

7000

6000

6000

6000 x 148

CUSTOMS

CYKA

50 42.13

W120 26.67

CHANGE: Editorial

B

04

H

2074 x 50

042°

FSS/FIC

Apron

touchdown

pad

SCALE IN FEET

KAMLOOPS

KAMLOOPS BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

222°

ELEV

1129

120 26

120 26

1000 0

1000 2000

22

D

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

264°

C

50 42.5

26

ELEV

1133

JET

BLAST

AREA

KAMLOOPS BC

KAMLOOPS

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

ATIS

127.5

When using Penticton

altimeter setting add 130’

to all procedure altitudes.

Valley approach mountainous

terrain all quadrants.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

DURAK

N50 08.70

W120 25.01

NOT TO SCALE 5150

**

L

A L CA S

GRASE

N49 45.20

W119 51.17

NOT TO SCALE

SAFE ALT 100 NM

BOLDI

IWP

CATEGORY

16

34

097°

33.6

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

8400

022°

6000

058°

9.6

12,600

AMBAT

N49 53.65

W119 38.41

7200

112°

3.0

DAMUT

N49 47.31

W119 36.65

ELSEN

FAWP

GABOT

N49 51.68

W119 34.92

4900

5.0

4900

5.0

4100 352°

TWR 119.6 292.2

O/T PENTICTON RADIO

119.6 (MF 5 NM)

10 NM

5.0

4.7

A B C D

CIRCLING

(2151) 3

* 3560

RNAV (GNSS) A

EFF 13 APR 06

T

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

6248

5164

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

N49 57 22 W119 22 40

5.0

022°

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn to "LW’ on track

328° . Shuttle to 5600 inbound

328° . LEFT turns (max 175 kt).

RW34

MAWP

7.1

328°

BOLDI

N49 48.39

W119 29.11

352°

6675

LW

N50 03.65

W119 24.98

4.7

RW34

N49 56.77

W119 22.58

ELSEN

N49 52.14

W119 24.02

6699

328°

VAR 19° E

(2001)

7122

5425

Knots

Min:Sec

GND

121.7

DAY: Right

hand circuits

Rwy 34.

NIGHT: See

Night Circuit

Procedures.

S

P 2 Rwy 16 - 3.2°

5550

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M A RW34 25NM

8700

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

ELEV 1409

AO

P 2

16

P 2

7300

34

CYLW

70 90 110 130 150

AO

5650

TWR

5950

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB B

**

ATIS

127.5

6134

A L CA T

SAFE ALT 100 NM

6688

When using Penticton altimeter

setting add 130’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Valley approach mountainous

terrain all quadrants.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

L

6300

6300

Shuttle to

(max 200 kt)

156°

336°

5150

6248

5150

TWR 119.6 292.2

O/T PENTICTON RADIO

119.6 (MF 5 NM)

3525

2775

"EX"

NDB

4300

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "LW" NDB.

5.9

1.6

CATEGORY A B C D

CIRCLING

(1431) 3

* 2840

NDB B

EFF 13 APR 06

16

34

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

S

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

12,600

CHANGE: Editorial

KELOWNA

257 LW

"LW"

NDB

150°

N49 57 22 W119 22 40

336°

353°

156°

201°

021°

150°

185°

RUTLAND

374 EX

185°

10 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb direct to "EX" NDB.

RIGHT turn, continue climb to 3500

on track of 185° . RIGHT climbing

turn to "LW" NDB on track of 353° .

Shuttle (max 200 kt) to 6300 .

VAR 18° E

5425

Knots

Min:Sec

GND

121.7

DAY: Right

hand circuits

Rwy 34.

NIGHT: See

Night Circuit

Procedures.

4575

CYA122(A)/(H)

SURFACE TO 6200

CONT DAYLIGHT

Rwy 16 - 3.2°

P 2 Rwy 16 - 3.2°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

5550

ELEV

A

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

MS L W 2 5 NM

7700

AO

P 2

16

P 2

7300

1409

CYLW

5650

150° 5.9 NM

From "LW" NDB

34

"LW" NDB to MAP 5.9 NM

70 90 110 130 150

5:03 3:56 3:13 2:43 2:22

KELOWNA BC

AO

8700

360° 180°

8200

270°

TWR

KELOWNA

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS/DME 1 RWY 16

ARR/DEP

ATIS

VANCOUVER CENTRE

127.5

133.5 294.0

KAMLOOPS When using Penticton

223 YKA

altimeter setting add 130’

to all procedure altitudes

and use circling minima

for LOC/DME.

NOT TO SCALE

A

**

6688

L C

SAFE ALT 100 NM

Procedure turn

NOT AUTHORIZED.

2.6

CATEGORY

ILS/DME

LOC/DME

A T

5600

8800

117°

40NM

Valley approach.

Mountainous terrain

all quadrants.

Localizer reliable within 10°

either side of centreline

Verify runway

unobstructed

when A/G

advisory

not available.

L

PRINCETON

113.9 YDC

GP 3.2°

IF

17.5 DME

Ch 50

12,600

4200

TWR 119.6 292.2

O/T PENTICTON RADIO

119.6 (MF 5 NM)

TCH 53’

6.2 3.5 3.2 1.8

A B C D

2060

2520

3400

(651) 2

(1111) 3

* CIRCLING 2800 (1391) 3

ILS/DME 1 RWY 16

EFF 13 APR 06

16

34

9000

R-009

57.7NM

S

No

Circling

14.9

DME

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

157°

6248

7200

4.9 NM

WESTBANK

389 YWB

211°

6300

17.5 DME Ch 50

3.2 NM

TOSUS IAF

N50 12.55

5150 W119 37.09

B-131

B-147

LB-151

5.2 DME

Ch 50

2.0 DME

Ch 50

HUMEK

6100

R-195

7 NM

8200

R-195

24 NM

218°

3525

N49 57 22 W119 22 40

YNY

NOT TO SCALE

2775

WTMAN IF

17.5 DME

Ch 50

N50 15.21

W119 25.16

14.9 DME

Ch 50

8.7 DME

Ch 50

LOCALIZER 111.3

ILW

DME Ch 50

10 N M

RUTLAND

374 EX

5425

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 18° E

GND

121.7

NOT TO SCALE

8.7

DME

GP 4400

5.2

DME

MISSED APPROACH

DAY: Right

Climb direct to "EX" NDB. RIGHT hand circuits

climbing turn inbound to "YWB" NDB Rwy 34.

on track 218° . Continue climb on track NIGHT: See

211° from "YWB" NDB to 9000,

then Night Circuit

direct "YDC" VORTAC. Maintain 9000.

Procedures.

2.0

"EX" "YWB"

DME

NDB NDB

CHANGE: Editorial

157°

157°

4575

5550

P 2 Rwy 16 - 3.2°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

ELEV 1409

TDZE 16 1409

MS

AO

P 2

A

7800

16

P 2

7300

34

CYLW

CYA122(A)/(H)

SURFACE TO 6200

CONT DAYLIGHT

70 90 110 130 150

AO

E X

2 5

8700

360° 180°

NM

8300

TWR

270°

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

NAD83

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

4100

NOTES:

4333

2500

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NIGHT CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 3000’ASL

E

K

A

L

N

A GA

N

KA

O

CITY

LIGHTS

2170

NW2

Fl.R

CITY LIGHTS

2488

NW1

Fl.R

1802

S

Fl.R

Ellison

Lake

2319

N3 Fl.R

16

2159

N2 Fl.R

2147

N1 Fl.R

34

1 0 1 2 3

Scale in nautical miles

VAR 18° E

4100

1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with the local

area use this airport during hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless all 6

hazard beacons are operating.

3. All turns to be completed within the perimeter of

the hazard beacons.

CHANGE: Editorial

KE

A

L

D

O

O

W

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

SID (VECTOR)

KELOWNA THREE DEP

VOT 114.8

ATIS 127.5

GND 121.7

TWR 119.6 292.2

O/T PENTICTON RADIO

119.6 (MF 5 NM)

DEP VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

ICOLA

N50 10.2

W120 21.1

AMBRO

N49 59.4

W120 21.4

STUMM

N50 21.2

W119 51.0

PRINCETON

326 DC

Ch 86

N49 28.2

W120 31.0

PRINCETON

113.9 YDC

Ch 86

N49 22.9

W120 22.4

(YLW 3.)

DEPARTURE CLIMB RATE V/V (FPM)

GROUND SPEED 90 120 140 160 180 200 250 300

300 FT/NM 450 600 700 800 900 1000 1250 1500

380 FT/NM 570 760 890 1020 1140 1270 1590 1900

Runway 16:

Runway 34:

B18

9400

*8900

(37)

(37)

8700

*8500

B5

7700

(24)

262°

245°

ENDERBY

115.2 YNY

Ch 99

N 50 40.7

W118 56.3

298°

328°

8100

(35)

B5

174°

216°

328°

2.6 DME

Ch 50

PENTICTION

290 YYF

N49 29.3

W119 36.1

V 354

KELOWNA

257 LW

N50 03.7

W119 25.0

7600

(16)

RUTLAND

374 EX

N49 56.4

W119 22.5

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

8900

*8700

(24)

7600

(15)

Note: Aircraft unable to meet the required climb gradient should refer to

Kelowna Departure Procedure.

008°

9900

*9400

(41)

099°

079°

075°

DME

111.3 ILW

Ch 50

B4

B18

B27

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

VAR 18° E

BALOR

N50 01.8

W119 01.6

MOORR

N49 56.3

W119 02.4

STAGG

N50 03.0

W118 47.1

Chart not to scale

- ½ - Requires a minimum climb gradient of 300 ft/NM to 4600. Climb runway heading

to 2.6 DME (Ch 50) at 2000 or above. RIGHT climbing turn to intercept track 216°

from "EX" NDB. Climb to 9000 or as assigned. Contact Vancouver Centre after

passing 4000. Expect radar vectors to filed/assigned route or depicted fix and

clearance to flight planned altitude/flight level 5 minutes after departure.

- ½ - Requires a minimum climb gradient of 380 ft/NM to 4300. Climb on track 328° via

"LW" NDB to 9000 or as assigned. Contact Vancouver Centre after passing 4000.

Expect radar vectors to filed/assigned route and clearance to flight planned

altitude/flight level 5 minutes after departure.

KELOWNA THREE DEP

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

(YLW 3.)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

NAD83

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

VOT 114.8

ATIS 127.5

GND 121.7

TWR 119.6 292.2

O/T PENTICTON RADIO

119.6 (MF 5 NM)

DEP VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

VAR 18° E

Chart not to scale.

Rutland Route:

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

216°

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

328°

328°

KELOWNA

257 LW

N50 03.7

W119 25.0

RUTLAND

374 EX

N49 56.4

W119 22.5

Winfield Route: SPEC VIS - Climb visual west of airport to 3200 then climb on track 328° via

"LW" NDB to 9000 BPOC.

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

SPEC VIS - Climb visual west of airport so as to cross "EX" NDB at 3400 or above.

Continue climb on track 216° from "EX" NDB to 9000 BPOC.

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

VOT

114.8

ATIS

127.5

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 16; 34:

GND

121.7

7300

8300

7300

7300

AERODROME CHART

TWR

119.6 292.2

O/T PENTICTON RADIO 119.6 (MF 5 NM)

16 34

119 23

7300

8300

7300

7300

CONTROL

TOWER

119 22

119 22

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

49 58 ELEV

49 58

III

1409

49 57

* DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwys 16, 34 - ½ - Refer to SID

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 18° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 13.3’ W

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

*

119 23

Twy D (north of Twy A) rstd to acft

with wingspans less than 79’.

Twy D (south of Twy A) and Twy E

rstd to acft with wingspans less than

118’.

Apron ll rstd to 12,500 lbs.; PPR

for acft with wingspans greater

than 52’.

H

D

II

I

D

B

16 A

D

E

157° 7300

C

ELEV

1367

337°

34

CYLW

N49 57.37

W119 22.67

AWOS

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 294.0

1000 0

SCALE IN FEET

1000 2000 3000

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

49 57

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

PARKING AREAS

KELOWNA GROUND CONTROL

121.7

VAR 18° E

PARKING AREAS

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

1A

1

2

3

N

4

5

N

Apron I

Parking Position

Remote Parking Position

5

6A

6

D

CHANGE: Editorial

E1

H

E2

H

D

E1

KELOWNA

KELOWNA BC

Taxiway

Aircraft hold point

C

E

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

D

KELOWNA BC

KELOWNA

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

ATIS

124.5

SAFE ALT 100 NM

CATEGORY

CIRCLING

ARR

VICTORIA TERMINAL

132.7 290.8

When using Abbotsford altimeter

setting add 50’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory not

available.

CHAIT

N48 53.77

W123 08.36

BANQS

IWP

012°

2000

HOLES

N48 53.02

W122 49.84

KLUCK

FAWP

TWR

119.0 (MF 3 NM)

O/T TFC 119.0

012°

5.0 3.0 2.0 0.5

A B C D

680

RNAV (GNSS) A

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

12,800

YPK

N49 12.96

W122 42.89

2000

BANQS

N48 56.99

W122 46.15 012°

058°

15.0

012°

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

2000

(646)

012°

1300

080°

KLUCK

N49 01.25

W122 42.18

4.7

LEVIR

SDWP

5.0

282°

3.6

2000

10

GND

121.9

NM

2.0

ENRO UTE FACILITIES

LANCK

MAWP

N 49 06 03 W122 37 51

267°

357°

876

BLAINE

APRT

2000

4.7

MIXAX

N48 55.11

W122 41.53

357°

231°

DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

132.7 290.8

6.3

NOT

AUTHORIZED

VITIT

N49 11.50

W122 35.47

AP Rwy 19 - 4.0

Knots

Min:Sec

ELEV

MISSED APPROACH

ARCAL 119.0 (J) (see CFS).

Climb direct to VITIT on track

357° . LEFT turn direct YPK on

track 267° . Maintain 2000.

Hold on inbound track 080°

(max 175 kt).

2

LANCK

N49 05.50

W122 38.20

3.0

5.1

LEVIR

N49 03.80

W122 39.79

VAR 20° E (1998)

WHATCOM

113.0 HUH

Ch 77

N48 56.72

W122 34.75

07

P 1 Rwy 01 - 4.5

2370 x 125 turf

P 1

01

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

LANGLEY

LANGLEY BC

34

MSA LANCK 25 NM

8500

25

19

2100 x 75 A P

CYNJ

CYA 126(A)

SURFACE TO 5500

CONT DAYLIGHT

TWR

LANGLEY BC

LANGLEY

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AERODROME CHART

ATIS

124.5

DECLARED DISTANCES

07

*

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 01; 19:

TWR

119.0 (MF 3 NM)

O/T TFC 119.0

AERODROME CHART

C

GND

121.9

01 19 07 25

2100

2200

2100

2000

2100

2200

2100

2000

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwys 01, 19 - SPEC VIS - CLB visual

east of ARPT to 700 (Cat A) 800

(Cats B & C). Intercept R-328 INBD to

"HUH" VORTAC. Maintain 2000 or as

assigned.

*

ELEV

30

2370

2370

2370

1970

01

A

B

2100 x 75

E

APRON II

SCALE IN FEET

DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

132.7 290.8

ELEV

33

25

4

H

C 3

H

2 H

1 H

ELEV

34

B

APRON I

LANGLEY

LANGLEY BC

122 37.6

122 38

49 06.3 49 06.3

ELEV

27

NOTE: Airport restricted to a maximum

weight of 12,500 lbs except with airport

operator’s authorization.

Threshold Rwy 01 displaced 100’

Threshold Rwy 19 displaced 100’

Threshold Rwy 07 displaced 400’

49 06

49 05.8

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

122 38

CYNJ

N49 06.05

W122 37.85

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.5’ W

2370 x 125 turf

CHANGE: Editorial

013°

2370

2370

2370

2370

F

D

APRON III

122 37.6

1000 500 0

500

193°

E

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

19

49 06

A

TWR

49 05.8

LANGLEY BC

LANGLEY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

NO CTL-BCST INTENTIONS ON 126.7 WITHIN

15 MIN OF ETA AND PRIOR TO DESCENT, THEN

ON ATF 5 MIN PRIOR TO COMMENCING APCH

When using Sandspit

altimeter setting add

110’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed.

*

SAFE ALT 100 NM 9400

MISSED APPROACH

Climb direct LIDAD on

track 305° . Climb in

shuttle to 4100.

CATEGORY

*

A L L CA T S

LNAV

13

No

Circling

305°

31

RW31

MAWP

CIRCLING 620

LIDAD

N54 05.55

W132 11.68

KEBMU

SDWP

900

0.7 4.3 5.0

A B C D

(595)

305°

NOT AUTHORIZED


5.0

305°

RW31

N54 01.32

W132 07.18

608

4.3

IKLIP

N53 57.09

W132 02.69

DATET

N53 50.20

W132 05.37

IKLIP

FAWP

1200

LNAV / VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

RNAV (GNSS) A

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Comm box; GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

N54 01 39 W132 07 31

0.7

KEBMU

N54 00.73

W132 06.55

5.0

10 NM

305°

035°

305°

5.0

700 720

(675) 2 (695)

TFC

122.7 (MF 5 NM)

699

5.0

305°

IGRUB

IWP

1700

1700

2

215°

1700 1700

5.0

AS

13

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 23° E (2001)

GABIB

N53 55.49

W131 51.04

IGRUB

N53 52.85

W131 58.21

BEMEM

N53 48.61

W131 53.75

P 1

73

5000 x 100

P1 Rwy 31 - 3.5°

P 1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

31

MASSET

MASSET BC

ELEV 25

MSA RW31

4100

25 NM

CZMT

Right hand circuits Rwy 31

ARCAL 123.2 (K) (see CFS)

70 90 110 130 150

R

MASSET BC

MASSET

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 13

NO CTL-BCST INTENTIONS ON 126.7 WITHIN

15 MIN OF ETA AND PRIOR TO DESCENT, THEN

ON ATF 5 MIN PRIOR TO COMMENCING APCH

When using Sandspit

altimeter setting add

110’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed.

*

A L L CA T S

No

Circling

SAFE ALT 100 NM

CATEGORY

LNAV/VNAV

*

LNAV

13

1600

CIRCLING

31

ITNEV

IWP

ITNEV

N54 10.85

W132 17.35

9400

MIDPU

FAWP

125° 125°

580

ITGIP

N54 08.20

W132 24.56

800

BIBOL

N54 15.07

W132 21.89

MELTU

MAWP

10 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Left climbing turn direct

VERPU. Climb in shuttle

085° inbound to 4100 .

5.0 5.0 0.5

A B C D

540

(555)

RNAV RWY 13

5.0

1600


125°

035°

5.0

1600

NOT AUTHORIZED

(518)

5.0

125°

MELTU

N54 02.39

W132 08.32

1600

215°

(GNSS)

N54 01 39 W132 07 31

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Comm box; GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

5.0

5.0

125°

699

1 ½

MIDPU

N54 06.62

W132 12.83

700 720

TFC

122.7 (MF 5 NM)

608

(675) 2 (695) 2

DAXEX

N54 13.49

W132 10.13

AS

13

P 1

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 23° E

(2001)

73

5000 x 100

P1 Rwy 31 - 3.5°

P 1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MASSET

MASSET BC

ELEV 25

TDZE 13 22

CZMT

VERPU

N54 00.54

W131 58.65

M S A M E L T U

31

4100

2 5 N M

Right hand circuits Rwy 31

ARCAL 123.2 (K) (see CFS)

R

MASSET BC

MASSET

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB RWY 13

NO CTL-BCST INTENTIONS ON 126.7 WITHIN

15 MIN OF ETA AND PRIOR TO DESCENT, THEN

ON ATF 5 MIN PRIOR TO COMMENCING APCH

When using Sandspit

altimeter setting add

110’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed.

*

SAFE ALT 100 NM

1700

CATEGORY

*

A L L CA T S

No

Circling

31

9400

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "1U" NDB.

NDB

13

CIRCLING 580

NDB RWY 13

ENROUTE FACILITIES

302°

122°

"1U"

NDB

302°

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn to

1700 on heading of

302° . LEFT turn to

"1U" NDB.

A B C D

540

(555)

302°

MASSET

278 1U

10 NM

(518)

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Comm box

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION


167°

347°

122°


N54 01 39 W132 07 31

700

(675) 2

608

323°

3600

48 NM

TFC

122.7 (MF 5 NM)

52 NM

3600

324°

VAR 22° E

SANDSPIT

Knots

Min:Sec

MASSET

MASSET BC

ELEV 25

TDZE 13 22

PRINCE RUPERT

4500

233°

62 NM

MSA 1U 25NM

3500

1700

CZMT

302° 090°270°

720

(698) 2 ¼

720

(695) 2 ¼

AS

13

P 1

73

5000 x 100

P1 Rwy 31 - 3.5°

Right hand circuits Rwy 31

ARCAL 123.2 (K) (see CFS)

P 1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

31

70 90 110 130 150

R

MASSET BC

MASSET

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

54 01.4

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

132 07.9

13

132 07.9

Rwys 13, 31:

ELEV

7

127° 5000 x 100

307°

73

54 01.9 54 01.9

VAR 22° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 16.3’ W

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

*

13 31

5000

5000

5000

5000

*

5000

5000

5000

4750

CZMT

N54 01.64

W132 07.52

TFC

122.7 (MF 5 NM)

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 13 - SPEC VIS - CLB visual to

600 on HDG 127° BPOC.

Rwy 31 - SPEC VIS - CLB visual to

400 on HDG 307° BPOC.

CHANGE: Comm box

ELEV

25

SCALE IN FEET

132 07.1

Twy "B" (unlighted)

1000 0 1000

B

31

A

Threshold 31

displaced 250’.

132 07.1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MASSET

MASSET BC

54 01.4

MASSET BC

MASSET

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 16

ARR/DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

133.95 252.3

*

A L L CA T

No

Circling

CYA 113(A)(H)

5020

SURFACE TO 6500

CONT DAYLIGHT

SAFE ALT 100 NM 12,800

CATEGORY

LNAV

CIRCLING *

NANOO

N49 15.85

W124 14.65

16

34

4446

S

CYA 135(H)

SURFACE TO 9000

CONT DAYLIGHT

5085

OBNES

IWP

(GNSS)

EFF 13 APR 06

CYR 107

SURFACE TO 1000

CONT

1500

DUVKO

FAWP

161° 162°

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM) 291.8

O/T TFC 122.1

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn direct to

FAXTO intxn. Maintain 3000.

Hold INBOUND 068° (max

200 Kt).

ALNUP

MAWP

5.0 3.1 1.9

A B C D

LNAV / VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

680

1200

RNAV RWY 16

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

3400 2100

10.0 5.0

079° 079°

IGROL

N49 14.32

W123 59.51

3495

ALNUP

N49 05.42

W123 52.16

Fl.R 295

Fl.R 209

(592)

(1107)

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS; obst added

1493

100°

2000

162°

161°

161°

7.8

3.1 5.0

10 NM

2 ¼

3

TREEL

N49 21.38

W123 51.93

OBNES

N49 13.54

W123 51.97

560

DUVKO

N49 08.55

W123 52.09

Fl.R 752

Fl.R 190

2000

5.0

252°

AVTOT

N49 13.46

W123 44.34

884

Fl.R 731

14.8

252°

CYA 118(A)(H)

SURFACE TO 3000

CONT DAYLIGHT

Knots

Min:Sec

N49 03 08 W123 52 13 VAR 19° E (2003)

NANAIMO

NANAIMO BC

ELEV 93

TDZE 16 88

CYCD

When using Vancouver Intl. altimeter

setting, add 280’ to all procedure

altitudes.

TREEL and NANOO initials not

authorized when CYR 107 active

above 1000’.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory not

available.

MSA ALNUP 25 NM

ARCAL 122.1 (K) (see CFS)

Right hand circuits

Rwy 34

FSS

As required shuttle descent

at TREEL and AVTOT

(max 200 Kt).

682

7000

16

AO

P 1

279°

10.9

34

2000

FAXTO

N49 04.60

W123 29.62

P 2

5000

AS

068°

P2 Rwy 16 - 3.5°

P1 Rwy 34 - 3.5°

(PAPI Rwy 34 offset 20° right)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

HADER

N49 08.25

W123 29.72

825

181

70 90 110 130 150

NANAIMO BC

NANAIMO

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB RWY 16

When using

Vancouver Intl altimeter

setting add 280’ to all

procedure altitudes.

5020

4446

5085

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2000

Shuttle to 2400

max 200 kt

820

12,800

3495

4365

1493

10 NM

4300

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "YCD" NDB.

1500

4.1

CATEGORY A B C

D

NDB

CIRCLING *

ARR/DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

133.95 252.3

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

*

A L L CA T

No

Circling

16

34

NDB RWY 16

EFF 13 APR 06

S

CYA 135(H)

SURFACE TO 9000

CONT DAYLIGHT

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

005°

NANAIMO

251 YCD

CYA 113(A)(H)

SURFACE TO 6500

CONT DAYLIGHT

1200

"YCD"

NDB

2400

185° 160°

920

CHANGE: Obst added

CYR 107

SURFACE TO 1000

CONT

RW16

N49 03.55

W123 52.20

Fl.R 295

Fl.R 209

160°

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM) 291.8

O/T TFC 122.1

ARMAC

IF

N49 11.66

W123 49.59

No PT

1500

185°

Fl.R 190

(832) 2 ½

(1107) 3

Fl.R 752

N49 03 08 W123 52 13

072°

005°

072°

Fl.R 731

230°

050°

LB-197°

2000

264°

27 NM

to IF

CYA 118(A)(H)

SURFACE TO 3000

CONT DAYLIGHT

682

FSS

P 2 Rwy 16 - 3.5°

NANAIMO

NANAIMO BC

ELEV 93

TDZE 16 88

869

CYCD

MISSED APPROACH ARCAL 122.1 (K) (see CFS)

160° 4.1 NM

LEFT climbing turn to Right hand circuits From "YCD" NDB

3000 on heading 072° . Rwy 34

LEFT turn to "VR" NDB.

"YCD" NDB to MAP 4.1NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 3:31 2:44 2:14 1:54 1:38

VAR 19° E

NANAIMO BC

16

AO

P 1

34

P 2

5000

AS

P1 Rwy 34 - 3.5°

(PAPI Rwy 34 offset 20° right)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VANCOUVER

266 VR

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

NOT TO SCALE

A

MS Y CD 2 5 NM

7000

5400

360° 180°

6300

270°

NANAIMO

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB/DME RWY 16

When using

Vancouver Intl altimeter

setting add 280’ to all

procedure altitudes.

4446

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2000

Shuttle to 2400

max 200 kt

12,800

3495

1493

4365

4300

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "YCD" NDB.

1500

2.2

1.9

CATEGORY A B C D

NDB/DME

CIRCLING *

ARR/DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

133.95 252.3

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

*

A L L T S

No

Circling

C

005°

"YCD"

NDB

185° 160°

740

1200

NDB/DME RWY 16

EFF 13 APR 06

A

16

34

CYA 135(H)

SURFACE TO 9000

CONT DAYLIGHT

5020 5085

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

820

NANAIMO

251 YCD

XIBIV

2 DME

N49 05.48

W123 52.23

DME

111.4 1CD

Ch 51

CHANGE: Obst added

CYR 107

SURFACE TO 1000

CONT

CYA 113(A)(H)

SURFACE TO 6500

CONT DAYLIGHT

2400

160°

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM) 291.8

O/T TFC 122.1

185°

Fl.R 752

Fl.R 295

Fl.R 209

Fl.R 731

Fl.R 190

XIBIV

2 DME

ARMAC

IF

N49 11.66

W123 49.59

No PT

1500

10 NM

072°

N49 03 08 W123 52 13

005°

4.2 DME

072°

230°

050°

LB-197°

2000

264°

27 NM

to IF

Knots

Min:Sec

VAR 19° E

682

16

P 1

NANAIMO

NANAIMO BC

ELEV 93

TDZE 16 88

34

5000

AS

869

P2 Rwy 16 - 3.5°

P1 Rwy 34 - 3.5°

(PAPI Rwy 34 offset 20° right)

CYCD

MISSED APPROACH ARCAL 122.1 (K) (see CFS)

At 2.0 DME LEFT

160° 4.1 NM

Right hand circuits

climbing turn on hdg 072° .

From "YCD" NDB

Rwy 34

to 3000 . LEFT turn to

"VR" NDB at 3000 .

AO

P2 (652) 2 ¼

(1107) 3

CYA 118(A)(H)

SURFACE TO 3000

CONT DAYLIGHT

FSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VANCOUVER

266 VR

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

NOT TO SCALE

A

MS Y CD 2 5 NM

7000

5400

360° 180°

6300

270°

181

70 90 110 130 150

NANAIMO BC

NANAIMO

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NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

1493

VAR 19° E

444

P 1

16

34

295

S1

Fl. R

Scale in nautical miles

CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 1200’ ASL

P 2

209

S2 Fl. R

321° M 141° M

S3 Fl. R

0 1 2

190

752

SE1 Fl. R

CITY

LIGHTS

Quennell

Ladysmith

Lake

673

731

SE2 Fl. R

Harbour

Sawmill

NOTE: 1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with the local area use this airport during

the hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless all five hazard beacons are operating.

NANAIMO

NANAIMO BC

ELEV 93

Michael

Lake

3. On approach to Rwy 34 maintain 1200’ ASL until established over Ladysmith Harbour.

4. Rwy 34 PAPI offset 20° right.

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

361

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NANAIMO BC

NANAIMO

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SID(PILOT NAV)

NANAIMO EIGHT DEP

RADIO 122.1 291.8

O/T TFC 122.1

DEP VICTORIA

TML 133.95 252.3

OTIKA

N49 15.6

W123 41.7

342°

022°

(5)

NUTBE

N49 19.6

W123 36.5

R-260 R-080

(4.1)

NANAIMO

DME

111.4 1CD

Ch 51

043°

Rwy 16:

Rwy 34:

047°

(15)

(23)

R-289

FAXTO

N49 04.6

W123 29.6

(NANAIMO 8 YVR)

ELSIR

N49 14.62

W123 32.55

081°

NANAIMO

251 YCD

JORJA

N49 13.61

W123 31.84

V 304 V 304

(14) (14) R-249

2000 3000

(11)

14

Ch 51

NANAIMO EIGHT DEP

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

123°

081°

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

N49 04.6

W123 08.9

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

FAXTO Transition: Climb to intercept and proceed via YVR R-249

to FAXTO Intxn. Maintain 3000 or as assigned. Expect radar vectors.

JORJA Transition: Climb direct to NANAIMO NDB then direct

JORJA. Maintain 3000 or as assigned. Expect radar vectors.

NUTBE Transition: Climb direct to NANAIMO NDB then direct

OTIKA Intxn, direct NUTBE Intxn. Maintain 3000 or as assigned.

Expect radar vectors.

(NANAIMO 8 YVR)

VANCOUVER

INTL.

261°

261°

BOGGI

N49 08.52

W122 47.48

Climb visual over airport to 900. Then via assigned transition...

Requires climb gradient of 220 ft/NM to 400 on runway heading.

Then via assigned transition...

Note: Trees 2000’ from departure end of Rwy 34, 130’ ASL.

ELSIR Transition: Climb direct to NANAIMO NDB then direct

ELSIR. Maintain 3000 or as assigned. Expect radar vectors.

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NANAIMO

NANAIMO BC

VAR 19° E

PITT MEADOWS

112.4 YPK

N49 13.0

W122 42.9

NEWTN

N49 09.31

W122 46.15

Chart not to scale

NANAIMO BC

NANAIMO

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AERODROME CHART

*

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

RADIO

122.1 (MF 5 NM) 291.8

O/T TFC 122.1

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 16; 34: *

AERODROME CHART

16 34

5000

5656

5000

5000

5000

5656

5000

4000

ELEV

80

341° 5000

161°

34

16

Threshold 34 displaced 1000’.

ELEV

93

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0

1000

NANAIMO

NANAIMO BC

49 03.4 49 03.4

49 03

123 52.5

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 16 - SPEC VIS - Refer to SID.

Rwy 34 -½- Refer to SID.

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.4’ W

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

Taxiway C asphalt/gravel, rstd

to 5,000 lbs, private use.

APRON l

123 52.5

FSS

C

A

B

CHANGE: Editorial

G

DEP

VICTORIA TERMINAL

133.95 252.3

123 52

CYCD

N49 03.14

W123 52.21

APRON lI

Taxiway G and Apron ll day

use only, rstd to 5,000 lbs

123 52

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

49 03

NANAIMO BC

NANAIMO

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NDB/DME or NDB A

WILLIAMS LAKE

113.6 YWL

Ch 83

3950

NOT TO SCALE

5200

R-171

CIRCLING

NDB

R-162

NOT TO SCALE

R-138

SAFE ALT 100 NM

5200

Shuttle to

(max 200 kt)

120°

6800

115°

33 NM

4050

3350

8200 t o J7 N DB

300°

4 3 DM E A RC Ch 83

300°

WILLIAMS

LAKE

4060

R-120

5

DME

Ch 109

4060

075°

255°

"J7"

NDB

3850

4450

(993)

5

DME

Ch 109

120°

4950

3450

3950

TFC

123.2

(ATF 5 NM)

Knots

Min:Sec

3950

108 MILE AIRPORT

108 MILE RANCH BC

4350

ELEV 3127

NO CTL - BCST INTENTIONS ON 126.7 WITHIN

15 MIN OF ETA AND PRIOR TO DESCENT, THEN

ON ATF 5 MIN PRIOR TO COMMENCING APCH

5734

108 MILE

285 J7

ASHCROFT

NOT TO SCALE

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 5400 on track

of 120° . RIGHT turn direct

"J7" NDB at 5400 .

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "J7" NDB.

4.8

CATEGORY A B C D

CIRCLING * NDB/DME 3700 (573) 1¾

3700

(573) 2

3740

(613) 2

*

LWIS

122.55

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.0 381.4

13,600

Use Williams Lake

altimeter setting.

Verify runway unobstructed.

3850

8200

339°

63 NM

RADIO

PACIFIC

126.7

J 7

ARCAL (see CFS)

DAY: Right hand circuits Rwy 32

NIGHT: Right hand circuits Rwy 14

CZML

3650

70 90 110 130 150

N51 44 10 W121 19 58 VAR 20° E

108 MILE RANCH BC

NDB/DME or NDB A 108 MILE AIRPORT

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Revised


4282

DME

116.2 J7

Ch 109

10 NM

4143

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

*

14

V 1

A L

MSA

6500

4877 x 75

L

14

V 1

32

C

32

A

T

S

No

Circling

8100

25NM

090° 270°

360°

7000

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AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

*

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 14; 32:

AERODROME CHART

*

14 32

4877

5077

5077

4877

4877

5077

5077

4877

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS - Visual CLB to cross

"J7" NDB at 3600 or above

on TRK 120° . Continue CLB on

TRK 120° to 5200 . Right turn

to "J7" NDB on TRK 340°

at 5400 or above. Shuttle

(max 200 kt) to MEA BPOC.

14

1.07% down

4877 x 75

TFC

123.2

(ATF 5 NM)

121 20.5 121 19.5

121 20.5

32

SCALE IN FEET

108 MILE AIRPORT

108 MILE RANCH BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

134.0 381.4

51 44.7 51 44.7

51 44

EFF 13 APR 06

LWIS

122.5

VAR 20° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 14.9’ W

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

RADIO

PACIFIC

126.7

CZML

N51 44.17

W121 19.96

CHANGE: Editorial

ELEV

3125

ELEV

3094

121 19.5

1000 0

1000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

51 44

108 MILE RANCH BC

108 MILE AIRPORT

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NDB/NDB A

When inbound from

"UNT" NDB, change

over to "YYF" NDB

at mid-point.

DME reliable only

within 30° either

side of centreline.

On Missed Approach

track 154°, change

over from "YYF" NDB

to "ON" NDB at

mid-point.

6250

PRINCETON

NOT TO SCALE

7227

7372

SAFE ALT 100 NM

Shuttle to 7500

(max 200 kt)

6500

CATEGORY

EFF 16 FEB 06

162°

Procedure turn LEFT

within 12 NM of

"YYF" NDB (within

14.1 DME Ch 40).

12,800

342°

5900

4407

4750

OKANAGAN

356 ON

6.7 DME

5150

7500

342°

3050

DME

110.3 XYF

Ch 40

MISSED APPROACH

At "YYF" NDB climb

on track of 154° .

Cross "ON" NDB.

Continue climb on

track of 154° from

"ON" NDB to 6600.

LEFT turn to intercept

track of 323° to

"YYF" NDB at 7500.

6.6 1.0

A B C D

CIRCLING * 3800 (2671) 3

NDB/NDB A

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 351.3

9300

057°

31 NM

"UNT"

NDB

8.7 DME

"YYF"

NDB

2.1 DME

154°

117°

297°

CYR115

SURFACE TO 1000

CONT

ABOVE 1000 TO 1500

OCSL BY NOTAM

CHANGE: Editorial

"ON"

NDB

6.7 DME

N49 27 47 W119 36 08

162°

RADIO

118.5 295.4 (MF 5 NM)

154°

NARAMATA

312 UNT

8.7 DME

PENTICTON

290 YYF

2.1 DME

323°

VAR 18° E

6450

10 NM

6675

Knots

Min:Sec

6799

CYA120(A)

SURFACE TO 4000

CONT DAYLIGHT

Right hand

circuits Rwy 34

7122

7004

M

162° 7.6 NM

From FAF AO

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

*

PENTICTON

PENTICTON BC

ELEV 1129

No

Circling

A L L CA T S

SA Y Y F 25NM

7800

090° 270°

9600

34

16

P 2

6000 x 148

AS

180°

16

34

8200

CYYF

6960

FAF to MAP 6.6 NM

70 90 110 130 150

5:39 4:24 3:36 3:03 2:38

PENTICTON BC

PENTICTON

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LOC/DME B

10,000

029°

29 NM

7372

SAFE ALT 100 NM

Shuttle to 7500

(max 200 kt)

6500

CATEGORY

EFF 16 FEB 06

162°

7227

12,800

10

DME

342°

5900

5500

Procedure

turn LEFT within

12 NM of "YYF" NDB

(within 14.1 DME Ch 40).

16 D M E

4407

9300

057°

31 NM

"UNT"

NDB

8.7 DME

ARC

640 0 to IF

"YYF"

NDB

2.1 DME

4750

OKANAGAN

356 ON

6.7 DME

5150

154°

7500

"ON"

NDB

6.7 DME

157°

3050

MISSED APPROACH

At "YYF" NDB climb

on track of 154° .

Cross "ON" NDB at

4300 or above.

Climb on track of

157° from "ON" NDB

to 6300.

LEFT turn

to intercept track of

326° to "YYF" NDB

at 7500 .

1.3 6.6 1.0

A B C D

3420

CIRCLING * 2980 (1851) 3

LOC/DME B

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 351.3

When flying 16 DME ARC

use "YYF" NDB for

OKAN

track reference.

IAF

Localizer and DME reliable

only within 30° either side

of centreline.

Requires descent gradient

of 308 ft/NM from

10 DME FIX to

"UNT" NDB.

On Missed Approach

track 154°, change

over from "YYF"

NDB to "ON" NDB

at mid-point.

PRINCETON

NOT TO SCALE

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

129°

C

h

4

LB-147°

0

117°

297°

10

DME

CYR115

SURFACE TO 1000

CONT

ABOVE 1000 TO 1500

OCSL BY NOTAM

RADIO

118.5 295.4 (MF 5 NM)

IF

NOT TO SCALE

342°

162°

N49 27 47 W119 36 08

154°

157°

No PT

5900

NARAMATA

312 UNT

8.7 DME

326°

(2291) 3

VAR 18° E

6450

6675

PENTICTON

290 YYF

2.1 DME

6799

LOCALIZER 110.3

XYF

DME Ch 40

10 NM

CYA120(A)

SURFACE TO 4000

CONT DAYLIGHT

Right hand

circuits Rwy 34

Knots

Min:Sec

7122

7004

M

162° 7.6 NM

From FAF AO

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

No

Circling

ELEV 1129

SA Y Y F 25NM

7800

090° 270°

9600

34

16

P 2

6000 x 148

AS

PENTICTON

PENTICTON BC

A L L CA T S

180°

16

34

8200

CYYF

FAF to MAP 6.6 NM

70 90 110 130 150

5:39 4:24 3:36 3:03 2:38

PENTICTON BC

PENTICTON

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

NOTES:

VAR 18° E

1 0 1 2

Scale in nautical miles

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

4750

CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 2300’ASL

2130

Fl.R

NW

Fl.

1450

S1

Fl.R

1440

S2

Fl.R

16

34

CITY

LIGHTS

1815

S3 Fl.R

CITY

LIGHTS

1770

Fl.R

E

NE Fl.R

2101

1635

1820

Fl.R

SE1

1740

Fl.R

SE2

1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with the local area use

this airport during hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless all 8 hazard beacons

are operating.

3. All turns to be completed within the perimeter of the hazard beacons.

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PENTICTON

PENTICTON BC

PENTICTON BC

PENTICTON

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DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

VOT 114.8

RADIO 118.5 295.4 (MF 5 NM)

DEP VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 351.3

GROUND SPEED

360 FT/NM

DEPARTURE CLIMB RATE V/V (FPM)

90

540

120

720

140

840

160

960

Rwys 16 and 34 - SPEC VIS

180

1080

Chart not to scale.

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

EFF 16 FEB 06

VAR 18° E

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

200

1200

250

1500

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

or

300

1800

Rwy 34 - ½ - NARAMATA ROUTE: Requires minimum clb gradient of 360 ft/NM

to 6000. Clb direct "UNT" NDB. Then, LEFT climbing direct "YYF" NDB. Shuttle

clb (max 200 kt) to 7000 or above on inbd trk of 128°. Cross "YYF" NDB BPOC.

NARAMATA ROUTE: Visual clb over airport to 3000 or above. Continue clb

direct "UNT" NDB. Then, LEFT climbing turn direct "YYF" NDB. Shuttle clb

(max 200 kt) to 7000 or above on inbd trk 128°. Cross "YYF" NDB BPOC.

OKANAGAN ROUTE: Visual clb over airport to 3600 or above. Continue clb

direct "ON" NDB. Then, RIGHT climbing turn direct "YYF" NDB. Shuttle clb

(max 200 kt) to 7800 or above on inbd trk 013°. Cross "YYF" NDB BPOC.

CHANGE: Editorial

128°

013°

342°

151°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PENTICTON

PENTICTON BC

NARAMATA

312 UNT

N49 35.8

W119 36.2

PENTICTON

290 YYF

N49 29.3

W119 36.1

OKANAGAN

356 ON

N49 20.7

W119 34.1

PENTICTON BC

PENTICTON

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AERODROME CHART

VOT

114.8

DECLARED DISTANCES

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

119 36.5

119 36.5

119 36

49 28 49 28

49 27.5

*

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 18° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.9’ W

16 34

6000

6600

6000

6000

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 34 - ½ - Refer to Departure

Procedure page

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

Rwys 16 and 34: *

RADIO

118.5 295.4 (MF 5 NM)

6000

7000

6000

5700

CYYF

N49 27.78

W119 36.14

A

B

D

C

6000 x 148

CHANGE: Editorial

34

16

343° 163°

ELEV

1114

119 36

ELEV

1129

Threshold 34

displaced 300’

SCALE IN FEET

1000 0

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.5 351.3

1000

PENTICTON

PENTICTON BC

49 27.5

PENTICTON BC

PENTICTON

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VOR/NDB A

ATIS

125.0

When using Vancouver Altimeter

setting add 140’ to all procedure

altitudes.

Maximum 175 knots

in Hold.

VANCOUVER

109.5 IVR

Ch 32

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

SAFE ALT 100 NM

BASRA

R-OO7

"YVR" VORTAC

3000

Procedure turn

NOT AUTHORIZED.

CATEGORY

CIRCLING

ARR

VANCOUVER

128.6(Outer) 352.7

Verilfy runway unobstructed

when A/G Advisory not

available.

VOR/NDB A

EFF 13 APR 06

080°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

12,800

2000

4774

4135

4660

5.7 3.4 2.4

A B C D

660

(GNSS)

3000

R-007

12 NM

R-260

TWR

120.0 126.3

O/T TFC 120.0 (ATF 3 NM)

MASAW

142° brg to

"WC" NDB LORSU

155° brg to

"WC" NDB

(GNSS)

(649)

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

1200

2

GND

123.8

RADAR VECTORS REQUIRED

CYA 133(H)

SURFACE TO 5000 OCSL

HIGHER BY NOTAM MASAW

CONT DAYLIGHT 14 DME

Ch 32

N49 14.10

1417 W122 51.93

IF BASRA

N49 15.16

W123 00.39

1

0

N49 12 58 W122 42 36

N

M

080°

142°

WHITE ROCK

332 WC

NOT TO SCALE

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn

to climb in shuttle

(max 175 kt) to 2000.

"YPK"

VOR

NOT

AUTHORIZED

VAR 19° E

155°

DEP

VANCOUVER

132.3(S) 363.8

5197

BLASTING

AREA

Knots

Min:Sec

4669

ARCAL 120.0 (see CFS)

Right hand circuits

Rwys 08R, 18 and 26R.

PITT MEADOWS

PITT MEADOWS BC

ELEV

2690

Rwys 18, 36, 08L and 26R

2500 x 75.

080° 6.0 NM

From FAF

AD-AS

08R

08L

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CYA 127(A)

SURFACE TO

4000

CONT DAYLIGHT

36

11

CYPK

5627

LORSU

17 DME

Ch 32

N49 13.45

W122 46.79

CYA 126(A)

SURFACE TO 5500

CONT

DAYLIGHT

PITT MEADOWS

112.4 YPK

M

SA Y P K 25NM

8400

090° 270°

5500

360° 180°

18

4900

26R

8600

4700 x 100 AD

26L

70 90 110 130 150

PITT MEADOWS BC

PITT MEADOWS

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AERODROME CHART

ATIS

125.0

DECLARED DISTANCES

08R

*

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

GND

123.8

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

All Rwys: *

AERODROME CHART

08R 26L 08L 26R 18

4700

5000

4700

4500

08L

4700

5000

4700

4500

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

SPEC VIS - (Cat A, B and C ) - CLB visual

over APRT to 700 . CLB in shuttle

(max 175 kts) to 2000 . Expect Radar Vectors.

TWR

120.0 126.3

O/T TFC 120.0 (ATF 3 NM)

2500

2600

2500

2500

2500

2600

2500

2500

36

2500

2600

2500

2500

18

36

2500

2600

2500

2500

26R

PITT MEADOWS

PITT MEADOWS BC

ELEV

49 13.2 F

49 13.2

9

49 12.6

ELEV

11

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.6’ W

122 43.1 122 42.3

ELEV

10

078° 258°

078° 4700 x 100

258°

Threshold 08R

displaced 200’.

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

C

2500 x 75

CYPK

N49 12.97

W122 42.60

ELEV

9

122 43.1 122 42.3

CHANGE: Editorial

003°

2500 x 75

B

183°

E

D

SCALE IN FEET

ELEV

9

Threshold 26L

displaced 200’.

A

TWR

26L

ELEV

9

1000 0

1000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

DEP

VANCOUVER

132.3(S) 363.8

NIGHT

08R 26L

4300 4300

4800 4800

4300 4300

4300 4300

49 12.6

PITT MEADOWS BC

PITT MEADOWS

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) A

SAFE ALT 100 NM 12,300

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on track of 287° to UDGUP.

Shuttle (Max 175 kt) all turns left.

Maintain 6100.

CATEGORY

LNAV / VNAV

VNAV

LWIS

122.7

Use the Comox altimeter setting.

Apply altitude correction for cold

temperatures (See Altitude

Correction Chart).

Valley approach, mountainous

terrain all quadrants.

Final Approach course

not aligned to runway

centreline, airport right

of final approach

course in narrow

valley.

MAWP located 1.2NM

south east of airport.

Verify runway

unobstructed when

A/G advisory not

available.

CIRCLING

(GNSS)

EFF 13 APR 06

ENRO U TE FAC IL ITIES

ARR

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

SIGTA

N49 03.60

W125 09.50

287°

1.2 2.0 5.0

A B C D

3900

OMODO

MAWP

UDGUP

N49 24.30

W125 06.54

287°

1 0.1

TOVET

FAWP

RNAV A CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

4200

NOT AUTHORIZED

NOT AUTHORIZED

(3653) 3

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI VALLEY REGIONAL)

PORT ALBERNI BC

DEP

TFC

ELEV 247

COMOX TERMINAL

123.0 (ATF 5NM)

123.7 227.6 TDZE 30 235

5215

2.

0

OMODO

N49 18.29

W124 54.16

TOVET

N49 16.95

W124 51.89

8000

069°

13.7

292°

10 NM

292°

5.0

UKODI

IWP

4600

N49 19 19 W124 55 52

349°

4600

9. 8

NOT

AUTHORIZED

4600 UKODI

N49 13.59

W124 46.24

ILIPA

N49 03.90

W124 48.61

12

Knots

Min:Sec

COMOX

400 QQ

N49 45.2

W124 57.5

7800

116°

26.7

8000

249°

20.5

203°

6

.

6

1

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MSA MOD 25 NM

3952 x 75

8100

CBS8

70 90 110 130 150

21° E

PORT ALBERNI BC

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI VALLEY REGIONAL)

NAD83

O

RUDBU

N49 25.89

W124 29.16

7800

296°

13.8

NANOO

N49 15.90

W124 14.70

O

ANVAP

N49 04.30

W124 17.30

30

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI VALLEY REGIONAL)

PORT ALBERNI BC

LWIS 122.7

NO CTL - BCST INTENTIONS ON 126.7 AND ON ATF

Chart not to scale

PRIOR TO TAXIING TO POSITION FOR DEPARTURE

ARR/DEP COMOX TERMINAL 123.7 227.6

TFC 123.0 (ATF 5 NM)

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

EFF 13 APR 06

Rwys 12-30:

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

Hdg 137°

R-258 078°

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE

VANCOUVER

115.9 YVR

Ch 106

N49 04.6

W123 08.9

SPEC VIS - (Cats A-C) Visual climb over the airport to 4800 or above.

Continue climb on HDG 137° to intercept R-258 INBD to "YVR" VORTAC.

Maintain 8000 or as assigned.

1. Select mode 3 code 7600;

2. Maintain last assigned altitude until 10 minutes after take-off, then;

3. Climb to flight planned altitude.

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PORT ALBERNI BC

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI VALLEY REGIONAL)

VAR 19° E

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AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 19.5

*

49 19

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 19° E

2003

LWIS

122.7

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 12.6’ W

12

Rwys 12, 30: *

12 30

3952

4452

3952

3952

124 56

124 56

3952 x 75

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

All Rwys - ½ - Refer to Departure Procedure page.

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ELEV

247

CHANGE: Editorial

3952

4452

3952

3952

B

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI VALLEY REGIONAL)

PORT ALBERNI BC

TFC

123.0 (ATF 5NM)

B

CBS8

N49 19.32

W124 55.87

SCALE IN FEET

DEP

COMOX TERMINAL

123.7 227.6

124 55.5

124 55.5

1000 0

1000

49 19.5

49 19

PORT ALBERNI BC

PORT ALBERNI (ALBERNI VALLEY REGIONAL)

NAD83

A

30

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

ELEV

229

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

VOR A

1204

CATEGORY

CIRCLING

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

132.2 266.3

1550

2059

15,200

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn to 2300

on hdg of 079° . RIGHT turn

to "YZT" VORTAC via R-079

at 2500.

*

*

A

No

Circling

L L C A T

07

079°

1614

550

1106

A B C D

1000

"YZT"

VORTAC

(929)

Shuttle to 2500

max 200 kt

079°

862

259°

2500

Procedure turn LEFT within

10 NM of "YZT" VORTAC.

1150

PORT HARDY

PORT HARDY BC

ELEV

1150

S A Y Z T

N50 40 50 W127 22 00 VAR 20° E

PORT HARDY BC

VOR A CHANGE: Editorial

PORT HARDY

EFF 16 FEB 06

16

34

25

S

2326

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

BLASTING

AREA

1150

675

1447

2 ½

RADIO

HARDY

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

236.6

079°

PORT HARDY

112.0 YZT

Ch 57

10 NM

259°

4099

Knots

Min:Sec

034°

214°

R-079

Rwys 150’ wide.

Rwy 25 up 1%.

Rwy 16 up 0.7%.

Thld Rwy 34 displaced 1475’.

AD-AS

07

16 11

34

4000

M

5000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

5300

4000

360° 180°

3550

25

P 2

71

2 5 NM

5900

29

CYZT

AO

70 90 110 130 150

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

VOR/DME RWY 25

*

550

1614

1150

BLASTING

AREA

CATEGORY

CIRCLING

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

132.2 266.3

*

1447

C A

15,200

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn to 2800 on

heading of 082° . RIGHT turn to

"YZT" VORTAC via R-082 .

ESRUR

"YZT" 1 DME

VORTAC

VOR/DME 460

4000

10 NM

4350

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of KERVO.

7.0

A B C D

580

VOR/DME RWY 25

EFF 13 APR 06

A L L

082°

11

675

No

Circling

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

29

T S

(GNSS)

PORT HARDY

112.0 YZT

Ch 57

KERVO

8 DME

N50 38.97

W127 09.78

ESRUR

1 DME

N50 40.79

W127 20.40

862

082°

(509) 1 ½

KERVO

8 DME

(GNSS)

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

4099

2800

082°

580

262°

1150

(427) 1 ¼

680

3200

(509) 2 (609) 2

N50 40 50 W127 22 00

RADIO

HARDY

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

236.6

262°

1150 1650

No PT

2800

3550

037°

217°

AD-AS

07

16 11

2893

34

4000

PORT HARDY

PORT HARDY BC

ELEV 71

TDZE 25

R-082

Rwys 150’ wide.

Rwy 25 up 1%.

Rwy 16 up 0.7%.

Thld Rwy 34 displaced 1475’.

5000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MS A Y Z T 2 5 NM

5300

SOINT

IF

18 DME

N50 36.37

W126 54.60

XEXON

N50 35.12

W126 47.67

4000

950

360° 180°

5800

Hdg

329°

7.8 NM

3750

5900

FENEL

25

33

CYZT

262° 7.7 NM

From FAF

Knots

Min:Sec

70 90 110 130 150

VAR 20° E

PORT HARDY BC

P 2

29

AO

550

PORT HARDY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS/DME RWY 11

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2700

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of UDGIB.

CATEGORY

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

132.2 266.3

2700 from "YZT" VORTAC

to UDGIB 287° 4.3 NM.

2700 from "ZT" NDB

to UDGIB 311° 2.0 NM.

DME Ch 32 reliable only within

10° either side of centreline.

Localizer reliable only within

30° either side of centreline.

1950

*

2100

No

Circling

2550

2413

ILS/DME

LOC/DME

CIRCLING *

IF

AVIPA

14.6 DME

Ch 32

A L L C A T S

07

GP 3.25°

15,200

8 DME

Ch 32

2200

ILS/DME RWY 11

EFF 16 FEB 06

16

34

25

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

1600

110°

GP 1490

10 NM

1106

TCH 48’

3.0 1.8 1.8 0.4

A B C D

700

LR-296

1550

2059

293

460

No PT

2200

2326

CHANGE: Editorial

UDGIB

5 DME

Ch 32

(629)

335°

155°

27

8 DME

Ch 32

00 to F

(250)

(417)

I

14 DME ARC Ch

UDGIB

5 DME

Ch 32

R-320

57

290° 110°

1614

PORT HARDY LOCALIZER 109.5

242 ZT

IZT

BLASTING

DME Ch 32

AREA

862

Shuttle to

2700

(Max 230 kt)

3.2 DME

Ch 32

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 1500 on

heading 110° . LEFT

turn to "ZT" NDB on

track of 266° at

2700.

900 1.4 DME

Ch 32

2

675

1447

¾

1 ¼

N50 40 50 W127 22 00

RADIO

HARDY

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

236.6

3.2 DME

Ch 32

(829)

900

PORT HARDY

112.0 YZT

Ch 57

2 ½

VAR 20° E

266°

AD-AS

07

Knots

Min:Sec

4099

11

16

34

1150

5000

PORT HARDY

PORT HARDY BC

ELEV 71

TDZE 11 43

Rwys 150’ wide.

Rwy 25 up 1%.

Rwy 16 up 0.7%.

Thld Rwy 34 displaced 1475’.

110° 4.0 NM

From UDGIB FAF

4000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

4000

M

SA ZT 25 NM

5200

360°

6000

25

P 2

29

CYZT

1150

AO

270°

PORT HARDY BC

PORT HARDY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

DEPARTURE PROCEDURES

DEPARTURE PROCEDURES

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

DEPARTURE PROCEDURES

Rwy 07 - ½ - CLB 260ft/NM to 3600 OBD between YZT

R-292 CW to YZT R-097. Continue CLB to 4900 BPOC.

-or-

SPEC VIS - CLB visual over APRT to 1000;

continue CLB OBD

between YZT R-292 CW to YZT R-097 to 4900 BPOC.

RWY 11 - SPEC VIS - EASTBOUND: CLB visual to 300 on

RWY HDG; at 500 LEFT climbing turn to intercept and

CLB OBD on YZT R-082 to 6900 BPOC.

-or-

WESTBOUND: CLB visual to 300 on RWY HDG; at 500

LEFT climbing turn to intercept and CLB OBD on

YZT R-292 to 2300 BPOC.

Rwy 16; 25 - SPEC VIS - CLB visual over APRT to 1000;

continue CLB OBD between YZT R-292 CW to YZT R-097

to 4900 BPOC.

Rwy 29 - ½ - CLB 330ft/NM to 500 on RWY HDG; RIGHT

turn, continue CLB at 330 ft/NM to 2300 OBD between

YZT R-292 CW to YZT R-097; continue CLB to 4900

BPOC.

-or-

SPEC VIS - CLB visual to 250 on RWY HDG; at 500 RIGHT

climbing turn to intercept and CLB OBD on YZT R-292

to 2300 BPOC.

Rwy 34 - ½ - EASTBOUND: CLB OBD on YZT R-082 to 4900

BPOC.

-or-

WESTBOUND: CLB OBD on YZT R-292 to 2300 BPOC.

CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PORT HARDY

PORT HARDY BC

PORT HARDY BC

PORT HARDY

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AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

FSS

50 41

50 40.5

* DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

VAR 20° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 13.6’ W

II

ELEV

71

07

127 22.5

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

AERODROME CHART

EFF 13 APR 06

A

073°

H

11

07 25 11 29 16 34

4000

5000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

5000

6000

5000

5000

See Port Hardy DEPARTURE PROCEDURE page.

5000

6000

5000

5000

PORT HARDY

PORT HARDY BC

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

132.2 266.3

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

5000

4000

2525

127 21.5

127 22.5 127 21.5

Rwys 07, 11, 16, 25, 29, 34: *

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

I

RADIO

HARDY

122.2 (MF 5 NM)

236.6

ELEV

43

VOR 112.0

250° 0.4 NM

B

VOR 112.0

229° 0.5 NM

159°

16

34

0.7% up

4000 x 150

339°

ELEV

42

110° 5000 x 150

290°

ELEV

71

CYZT

N50 40.82

W127 21.97

1% up

4000 x 150

Threshold Rwy 34

displaced 1475’.

CHANGE: Editorial

Rwy 16-34 gross weight

restriction to 12,500 lbs or less.

No winter maint.

SCALE IN FEET

253°

25

ELEV

33

ELEV

35

1000 0

1000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

50 41

29

50 40.5

PORT HARDY BC

PORT HARDY

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

250

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2500

CATEGORY

NDB A

ARR

COMOX TML

123.7 227.6

AGGUA

NOT TO SCALE

When using COMOX altimeter setting

add 90’ to all procedure altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

DME reliable only west

of airport between

202° - 302° .

NOT TO

SCALE

COMOX

*

A

L L CA T S

09

No

Circling

27

3900

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

262°

15,200

262°

082°

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of "YPW" NDB.

1050

7400

124°

30 NM

037°

217°

4000

055°

18 NM

"YPW"

NDB

082°

3900

1150

A B C D

CIRCLING * 1200 (775) 2 ½ 1280 (855) 2 ½

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

350

TFC

123.0 (MF 5 NM)

3250

1550

N49 50 03 W124 30 00

1750

VAR 19° E

DEP

COMOX TML

123.7 227.6

POWELL RIVER

382 YPW

DME

109.3 9S

Ch 30

0 N

1

3699

M

4099

3650

BLASTING

AREAS

CYA124(M)

SURFACE TO 1000

OCSL TO 5000 BY NOTAM

CONT

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing RIGHT turn to

Right hand circuits Rwy 09

2700 on heading of 262° . ARCAL 123.0 (K)

RIGHT turn to "YPW" NDB

at 3900 .

Rwy 09 up 2%

09

AS

Knots

Min:Sec

P 1

P 1 Rwy 27 - 4°

3627 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

POWELL RIVER

POWELL RIVER BC

M

ELEV 425

6250

5550

4263

2350

SA Y PW 25NM

8000

6000

180°

P 1

CYPW

090° 270°

8900

27

AS

70 90 110 130 150

POWELL RIVER BC

POWELL RIVER

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB/DME RWY 09

ARR

COMOX TML

123.7 227.6

AGGUA

NOT TO SCALE

When using Comox altimeter setting

add 90’ to all procedure altitudes.

Verify runway unobstructed

when A/G advisory

not available.

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2100

CATEGORY

250

DME reliable only west

of airport between

200° - 300° .

COMOX

Shuttle

to 3900

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of PRAT.

*

NDB/DME

CIRCLING

*

L

082°

4000

055°

18 NM

A L CA T S

09

15,200

262°

1300

PRAT

4 DME

262°

037°

217°

NDB/DME RWY 09

1050

2.0

DME

350

3750

1150

2.0 1.7

A B C D

900

1000 1100

(575) 2 ¼ (675) 2 ¼

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

No

Circling

27

TFC

123.0 (MF 5 NM)

7400

124°

30 NM

082°

(515)

PRAT

4 DME

262°

1280

3250

2 ¼

N49 50 03 W124 30 00

2.0

DME

BLASTING

AREAS

(855) 2 ½

DEP

COMOX TML

123.7 227.6

1550

10 NM

CYA124(M)

SURFACE TO 1000

OCSL TO 5000 BY NOTAM

CONT

MISSED APPROACH

"YPW" Climbing RIGHT turn to

NDB heading 262° . At

3900

13 DME , RIGHT turn to

"YPW" NDB on track of

082° . Maintain 3900.

VAR 19° E

3699

09

AS

Knots

Min:Sec

4285

POWELL RIVER

382 YPW

DME

109.3 9S

Ch 30

1750

P 1

084° 3.7 NM

From FAF

P 1 Rwy 27 - 4°

4099

POWELL RIVER

POWELL RIVER BC

ELEV 425

TDZE 09 385

3650

Right hand circuits Rwy 09

ARCAL 123.0 (K) (see CFS)

Rwy 09 up 2%

3627 x 150

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

M

SA Y P W 25NM

8000

6000

180°

P 1

CYPW

8900

4263

090° 270°

27

AS

FAF to MAP 2.0 NM

70 90 110 130 150

1:43 1:20 1:05 0:55 0:48

POWELL RIVER BC

POWELL RIVER

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

1

MALASPINA

NOTES:

NIGHT CIRCUIT PROCEDURES

EFF 13 APR 06

TRA T

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

S

I

0

NIGHT CIRCUIT ALTITUDE - 1400’ASL

09

101

"YPW"

NDB

27

800

1. Recommend that only pilots familiar with the local

area use this airport during hours of darkness.

2. Night operations not recommended unless both

hazard beacons are operating.

3. Turns to be completed west of hazard beacons.

CHANGE: Editorial

Scale in nautical miles

1

2

VAR 19° E

1021

SE Fl

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

POWELL RIVER

POWELL RIVER BC

DUCK

LAKE

HAMMIL

LAKE

860

E Fl

POWELL RIVER BC

POWELL RIVER

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

DECLARED DISTANCES

49 50.3

49 50

*

ELEV

366

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

09

092°

TFC

123.0 (MF 5 NM)

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

Rwys 09, 27:

AERODROME CHART

09 27

3627

3927

3627

3627

3627

4427

3627

3627

2% up 3627 x 150

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwy 09 - SPEC VIS - CLB visual over APRT

to 1200 . Continue CLB on TRK 271° from

"YPW" NDB to 2400 . Left turn direct

"YPW" NDB to cross at 3900 . Shuttle

(max 200 kt) to MEA BPOC.

Rwy 27 -½ - CLB on rwy HDG to 800.

Continue CLB on TRK 271° from

"YPW" NDB to 2400 . Left turn direct

"YPW" NDB to cross at 3900 or above.

Shuttle (max 200 kt) to MEA BPOC.

*

CYPW

N49 50.05

W124 30.00

Note: Trees to 150 ft AGL, aprox 250 ft S of

rwy edge along length of runway. Two

marked power poles to 25 ft, 600 ft

west of THLD 09, 170 ft north and

south of centreline.

EFF 13 APR 06 CHANGE: Editorial

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 19° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 13.0’ W

SCALE IN FEET

# DEP

COMOX TML

123.7 227.6

272°

POWELL RIVER

POWELL RIVER BC

124 30

124 29.5

# If unable to contact Comox TML frequency to

obtain IFR clearance prior to take-off

see CFS flight plan.

B

A

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

27

ELEV

425

124 30 124 29.5

1000 0

1000

49 50.3

49 50

POWELL RIVER BC

POWELL RIVER

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 06

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

2950

3147

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MUXOV

IWP

CATEGORY

LNAV

CIRCLING

2750

3350

12,800

MUXOV

N53 51.16

W123 01.57

OMSED

FAWP

8.1 5.0

058° 058°

4000

148°

4500

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

IKMUS

N53 59.12

W123 03.87

328°

4500

3200

058°

7000

1 N

3252

2710

5.0 4.0 3.0

A B C D

25.6

UMEPO

SDWP

5.0

OMSED

N53 52.00

W122 53.25

0

2980

EMUDU

N53 46.24

W123 00.16

299°

LNAV / VNAV NOT AUTHORIZED

2780

2880

RNAV (GNSS) RWY 06

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CYA154(P)

SURFACE TO 12500

OCSL BY NOTAM

NOT TO SCALE

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

(512)

N53 53 22 W122 40 44 VAR 22° E (1999)

M

RW06

MAWP

(613) 2

IRLAB

N54 00.97

W122 42.21

UMEPO

N53 52.65

W122 46.58

3099

MISSED APPROACH

Climbing LEFT turn direct

to IRLAB. Climb in shuttle

to 4000.

1 ½

058°

4.0

CHUBB

NOT TO SCALE

2562

3.0

148°

8.7

Knots

Min:Sec

GND

121.9

RW06

N53 53.15

W122 41.58

2750

Right hand circuits Rwys 19, 24 and 33.

Rwys 06-24 and 15-33 150’ wide.

Rwy 01-19 day only.

Rwy 15 down 0.4%.

Rwy 24 up 0.9%.

4320

CYXS

3950

S A R W 0 6 2 5 N M

AN 7402

AS-AD

AD-AS * 5624

AS-AD *

06

P 2

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

ELEV 2267

TDZE 06 2268

M

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

01

2510

15

7100

3770 x 75

P 2

TWR

19

P 2

33

70 90 110 130 150

PRINCE GEORGE BC

PRINCE GEORGE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB RWY 33

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

SAFE ALT 100 NM

3750

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track

332° . LEFT turn direct to

"XS" NDB. Hold as

published (max 200 kts).

12,800

3700

2710

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

2850

10 NM

3400

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "XS" NDB.

3.1

CATEGORY A B C D

NDB

CIRCLING

NDB RWY 33

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NOT TO SCALE

(GNSS)

4700

2980

PRINCE GEORGE

272 XS

2760

2880

(GNSS)

"XS"

NDB

3099

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

CYA154(P)

SURFACE TO 12500

OCSL BY NOTAM

(545)

(613)

152°

197°

017°

RW33

N53 52.77

W122 39.91

332° 152°

4700

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

332° 4400

1 ¾

2

2510

5400

220°

8 NM

N53 53 22 W122 40 44

2750

4320

3950

GND

121.9

5750

3950

4950

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

ELEV 2267

TDZE 33 2215

CYXS

332° 3.1 NM

From "XS" NDB

X S

MS A 25 N

Right hand circuits Rwys 19, 24 and 33.

Rwys 06-24 and 15-33 150’ wide.

Rwy 01-19 day only.

Rwy 15 down 0.4%.

Rwy 24 up 0.9%.

PRINCE GEORGE

112.3 YXS

DME Ch 70

AN 7402

AS-AD

AD-AS * 5624

AS-AD *

06

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

01

5700

TWR

33

"XS" NDB to MAP 3.1 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 2:39 2:04 1:41 1:26 1:14

VAR 21° E PRINCE GEORGE BC

15

3770 x 75

360° 180°

P 2

19

P 2

24

M

7600

PRINCE GEORGE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC(BC) RWY 33

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

IGNORE GLIDE

PATH INDICATIONS

SAFE ALT 100 NM

3750

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track

330° . LEFT turn direct

to "XS" NDB. Hold as

published (max 200 kts).

12,800

3700

2710

3099

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

2510

10 NM

3400

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "XS" NDB.

3.1

CATEGORY A B C D

LOC(BC) 2620

CIRCLING

4700

2880

LOC(BC) RWY 33

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NOT TO SCALE

2980

LOCALIZER 109.5

IXS

"XS"

NDB

CHANGE: Editorial

CYA154(P)

SURFACE TO 12500

OCSL BY NOTAM

(405)

150°

330° 150°

195°

015°

4700

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

330° 4400

1 ¼

(613) 2

5400

220°

8 NM

2750

4320

3950

PRINCE GEORGE

272 XS

2850

GND

121.9

3950

5750

4950

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

ELEV 2267

TDZE 33 2215

CYXS

332° 3.1 NM

From "XS" NDB

M A 25 NM

"XS" NDB to MAP 3.1 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 2:39 2:04 1:41 1:26 1:14

N53 53 22 W122 40 44 VAR 21° E PRINCE GEORGE BC

X S

Right hand circuits Rwys 19, 24 and 33.

Rwys 06-24 and 15-33 150’ wide.

Rwy 01-19 day only.

Rwy 15 down 0.4%.

Rwy 24 up 0.9%.

PRINCE GEORGE

112.3 YXS

DME Ch 70

AN 7402

AS-AD

AD-AS * 5624

AS-AD *

06

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

01

S

5700

15

360° 180°

3770 x 75

P 2

TWR

19

P 2

33

PRINCE GEORGE

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7600

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC(BC)/VOR/DME 1 RWY 33

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

2950

IGNORE GLIDE

PATH INDICATIONS

STR-IN apch authorized

from CHUBB Intxn. 6000

to AVRIX.

3050

4450

3147

4683

2750

3350

3700

3469

3252

2750

2750

4950

3350

5950

4750 3150 5250

SAFE ALT 100 NM

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track

330° . LEFT turn direct to

"XS" NDB. Hold as

published (max 200 kts).

12,800

"XS"

NDB

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

10 N

3400

Procedure turn

NOT AUTHORIZED.

3.1 5.1 5.3

CATEGORY A B C D

LOC(BC)/

VOR/DME

2620

CIRCLING 2880

5000

CHUBB Intxn

to AVRIX Fix

6000 329° 13 NM

AVRIX

LR-165

R-180

15 DME Ch 70

330°

5300

LOC(BC)/VOR/DME 1 RWY 33

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PRINCE GEORGE

272 XS

IF

SHAEK

11 DME

N53 44.67

W122 37.64

IF

SHAEK

R-195

11 DME

CHANGE: Editorial

CYA154(P)

SURFACE TO 12500

OCSL BY NOTAM

2980

(405)

M

AVRIX

R-180/15 DME

(613)

3099

330°

R-166 28 DME

CHUBB

1 ¼

2

R-180

4320

R-220

R-195

LR-165

7000

R-153

7000

to

IAF

25

DME

ARC

2966

GND

121.9

3450

LOCALIZER 109.5

IXS

3950

PRINCE GEORGE

112.3 YXS

DME Ch 70

4550

5650

ELEV

TDZE 33 2215

CYXS

6450

4550

6020

Right hand circuits Rwys 19, 24 and 33.

R-153

Rwys 06-24 and 15-33 150’ wide.

Rwy 01-19 day only.

Rwy 15 down 0.4%.

Rwy 24 up 0.9%.

SA XS 25 NM

332° 3.1 NM

From "XS" NDB

2267

AN 7402

AS-AD

6134

AD-AS * 5624

AS-AD *

06

M

P 2

5700

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

TWR

"XS" NDB to MAP 3.1 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 2:39 2:04 1:41 1:26 1:14

N53 53 22 W122 40 44 VAR 21° E PRINCE GEORGE BC

01

7600

360° 180°

15

3770 x 75

P 2

19

P 2

24

33

PRINCE GEORGE

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

LOC(BC)/VOR/DME 2 RWY 33

SAFE ALT 100 NM

R-263

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

CYA154(P)

SURFACE TO

12500

OCSL BY

NOTAM

3750

500 0

3700

12,800

2710

2510

2850

Procedure turn

NOT AUTHORIZED.

7.0

5.1

3.1

CATEGORY A B C D

LOC(BC)/

VOR/DME

2

1 DM E ARC

5000

2620

CIRCLING 2880

LOCALIZER 109.5

IXS

LR-201

330°

LOC(BC)/VOR/DME 2 RWY 33

EFF 16 FEB 06

t o SH A E K I F

R-195

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

NOT TO SCALE

R-263

2980

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

IGNORE GLIDE

PATH INDICATIONS

PRINCE GEORGE

272 XS

IF

SHAEK

R-195/11 DME

CHANGE: Editorial

R-195

3400

(405)

3099

(613)

015°

"XS"

NDB

5000

330°

R-195

10

NM

2750

3950

5750

3950

4950

MISSED APPROACH

Climb to 7000 on track

330° . LEFT turn direct

Right hand circuits Rwys 19, 24 and 33.

Rwys 06-24 and 15-33 150’ wide.

to "XS" NDB. Hold as Rwy 01-19 day only.

published (max 200 kts).

Rwy 15 down 0.4%.

1 ¼

2

IF

SHAEK

11 DME

N53 44.67

W122 37.64

4320

GND

121.9

Rwy 24 up 0.9%.

PRINCE GEORGE

112.3 YXS

DME Ch 70

332° 3.1 NM

From "XS" NDB

MSA X 25 NM

AN 7402

AS-AD

CYXS

AD-AS * 5624

AS-AD *

06

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

ELEV 2267

TDZE 33 2215

TWR

"XS" NDB to MAP 3.1 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 2:39 2:04 1:41 1:26 1:14

N53 53 22 W122 40 44

VAR 21° E

PRINCE GEORGE BC

01

5700

15

3770 x 75

S

360° 180°

P 2

19

P 2

24

7600

33

PRINCE GEORGE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

ILS or NDB RWY 15

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

4500 from "XS" NDB

to "ZXS" NDB 329° 8.5 NM.

2750

SAFE ALT 100 NM

4000

12,800

3252

2710

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

10 NM

3700

Procedure turn RIGHT

withtin 10 NM of "ZXS" NDB.

TCH 54’

CATEGORY A B

4.1

C D

ILS

LOC

NDB

18 DM E A RC

330°

2433

2620

2880

CIRCLING 2880

4 600 t o IF

ILS or NDB RWY 15

EFF 13 APR 06

GP 3.0°

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

XIGUP

N53 58.25

W122 56.77

NORTHWOOD

260 ZXS

4000

Shuttle to

max 200 kt

150°

R-263

(GNSS)

CYA154(P)

SURFACE TO 12500

OCSL BY NOTAM

3099

LOCALIZER 109.5

IXS

LR-301

IF

VOLES

14 DME

N54 04.16

W122 43.13

GP 3620

5400

278°

9.4 NM

1 D E ARC

4 300 t o IF

2750

GND

121.9

3950

3950

MISSED APPROACH Right hand circuits

Climb to 7000 on track of Rwys 19, 24 & 33.

150° . RIGHT turn direct

Rwys 06-24 & 15-33

"ZXS" NDB. Maintain 7000.

150’ wide.

Hold as published.

Rwy 01-19 day only.

(201) ½ RVR 26

(388) 1 RVR 50

(648)

(GNSS)

CHANGE: GPS to GNSS

XEXIS

N54 08.53

W122 44.45

"ZXS"

NDB

(613)

330°

No PT

3700

150°

195°

015°

2

2

XUKEB

N54 06.42

W122 37.01

4

5400

315°

14 NM

LR-301

RW15

N53 53.97

W122 40.25

N53 53 22 W122 40 44

M

4320

Rwy 15 down 0.4%.

Rwy 24 up 0.9%.

R-338

ELEV

OVOGU

N54 07.63

W122 27.75

2966

2267

TDZE 15 2232

14 DM E ARC

5 10 0 t o R- 338

R-035

CYXS

3350

PRINCE GEORGE

112.3 YXS

DME Ch 70

AN 7402

AS-AD

AD-AS * 5624

AS-AD *

06

P 2

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

01

MSA ZXS 25 N

5700

5400

150° 4.1 NM

From "ZXS" NDB

TWR

"ZXS" NDB to MAP 4.1 NM

Knots 70 90 110 130 150

Min:Sec 3:31 2:44 2:14 1:54 1:38

VAR 21° E PRINCE GEORGE BC

15

3770 x 75

ULEBU

N54 01.44

W122 07.65

NOT TO SCALE

7000

P 2

19

P 2

24

M

090° 270°

360° 180°

6700

33

PRINCE GEORGE

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

SID (VECTOR) PRINCE GEORGE

(CYXS 3.)

PRINCE GEORGE BC

PRINCE GEORGE THREE DEP

GND

TWR

DEP

V 301

121.9

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

DAVON

N54 09.1

W124 14.4

R-263

CHUBB

N53 26.4

W122 33.1

NOTE: High terrain to East of airport.

Runways 15, 33:

Runway 24:

6800

*6300

(65)

325

V

DAVII

N54 38.6

W122 28.7

7900

*7700

(28)

R-166

V 306

R-338

4320

R-359

DEPARTURE ROUTE DESCRIPTION

(45)

6900

*6400

6700

*6200

(30)

7500

*7000

(28)

R-015

8600

*8100

R-035

(38)

321 V

PRINCE GEORGE

112.3 YXS

DME Ch 70

ALIVE

N54 21.8

W122 09.9

V

325

FIGGI

N54 16.2

W121 59.2

V 301

RAPID

N54 14.5

W121 34.2

- ½ - Climb runway heading or as assigned by ATC. Contact Vancouver

Centre after passing 3200. Maintain 8000 or as assigned. Expect radar

vectors to filed/assigned route or depicted fix and clearance to flight

planned altitude/flight level 5 minutes after departure.

- SPEC VIS - Climb visual on runway heading to 2700. Continue climb runway

heading or as assigned by ATC. Contact Vancouver Centre after passing 3200.

Maintain 8000 or as assigned. Expect radarvectors to filed/assigned route or

depicted fix and clearance to flight planned altitude/flight level 5 minutes after

departure.

PRINCE GEORGE THREE DEP

EFF 16 FEB 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

(CYXS 3.)

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

VAR 21° E

Chart not to scale

PRINCE GEORGE BC

PRINCE GEORGE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

AERODROME CHART

VOT

115.7

DECLARED DISTANCES

53 53.5

06

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

060°

ELEV

2267

GND

121.9

TAKE-OFF MINIMA

5624

6424

5624

5624

DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

Rwys 15, 33 - ½ - Refer to SID.

Rwy 24 - SPEC VIS - Refer to SID.

AERODROME CHART

*

TWR

118.3 327.7

O/T RADIO 118.3 (MF 5 NM)

06 24 15 33 01 19

122 41

ELEV

2235

7402

8386

7402

7402

5624 x 150

01

010°

7402

8202

7402

7402

ELEV

2232

3770 x 75

3770

4405

3770

2770

15

150° 7402 x 150

330°

0.4% down

0.9% up

240°

3770

3770

3770

3400

19

24

ELEV

2227

Threshold 24

displaced 400’

ELEV

2219

33

ELEV

2199

53 53.5

Threshold 01 III

I

TWR

displaced 1000’ IV

53 53 53 53

H

*

EFF 13 APR 06

VAR 21° E

2003

ANNUAL RATE

OF CHANGE 17.1’ W

Rwys 15, 24, 33:

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

5624

6608

5624

5224

122 41

CYXS

N53 53.37

W122 40.73

Rwy 01-19 restricted

to 12,500 lbs for

take-off and landing,

day only.

C

CHANGE: Editorial

II

A

190°

D

DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

133.8 231.95

122 40

122 40

1000

SCALE IN FEET

0

1000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

PRINCE GEORGE

PRINCE GEORGE BC

Threshold 19

displaced 370’

PRINCE GEORGE BC

PRINCE GEORGE

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Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB A

MAP located 1 NM

EAST of airport.

SAFE ALT 100 NM

2500

CATEGORY

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

128.0 284.0

11,100

Shuttle to 3500

max 200 kt

016°

Procedure turn RIGHT

within 10 NM of "PR" NDB.

196°

CIRCLING 1000

"PR"

NDB

3500

A B C D

(884)

Knots

Min:Sec

PRINCE RUPERT

PRINCE RUPERT BC

ELEV 116

CYPR

090° 270°

360° 180°

70 90 110 130 150

N54 17 10 W130 26 41 VAR 22° E

PRINCE RUPERT BC

NDB A PRINCE RUPERT

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

CHANGE: Editorial

DME

109.7 IPR

Ch 34

241°

061°

196°

016°

RADIO RUPERT

O/T TERRACE RDO (RCO)

122.5 (MF)

PRINCE RUPERT

218 PR

10 NM

3050

3500

MISSED APPROACH Right hand circuits Rwy 13.

Climbing LEFT turn to 3500 ARCAL 122.5 (K) (see CFS)

on heading 196° . LEFT

turn to "PR" NDB on

track 016° .

3

AN

13

6000

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

MS A P R 2 5 NM

5600

218

P 2

31

5300

7400

R.

R. Fl. R.

R.

302

R.

R.

R.

AO

192

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CANADA AIR PILOT

Effective 0901Z 13 APRIL 2006 to 0901Z 8 JUNE 2006

NDB/DME RWY 13

3500 from "PR" NDB

to TARGI 310° 3.8 NM

*

A L L CA T S

13

SAFE ALT 100 NM

Shuttle to 3500

max 200 kts

TARGI

2 DME

"PR"

NDB

2600

0.2

DME

*

CATEGORY

ARR/DEP

VANCOUVER CENTRE

128.0 284.0

No

Circling

31

130°

Procedure turn LEFT

within 10 NM of TARGI.

11,100

800

NDB/DME 700

CIRCLING 700

NDB/DME RWY 13

EFF 13 APR 06

N O T F O R

NAVIGATION

310°

085°

265°

310°

DME

109.7 IPR

Ch 34

MISSED APPROACH

Climb on track 130°

to "PR" NDB. RIGHT

turn to 3500 on track

196° . RIGHT turn

to "PR" NDB.

1.8

A B C D

(584) 1¾

CHANGE: GPS to