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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART LEGEND - Indoavis Nusantara

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INTRODUCTION TOINDOAVISAERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION<strong>CHART</strong>S USER’S GUIDE6<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong><strong>APPROACH</strong><strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>These charts are for training purposes onlyand not to be use for flightPT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Navigation Services2 nd Floor Terminal Building A-02/PK Halim Perdana Kusuma International AirportJakarta (13610) INDONESIAPhone : 62-21-808 80028, 62-21-912 600238Fax : 62-21-8097242Website : http://www.indoavis.co.id - www.indoavis.netEmail : info@indoavis.co.id / hal.indoavis@gmail.net


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.1<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>FUNCTIONThis chart shall provide flight crews with information which will enable them to performan approved instrument approach procedure to the runway of intended landingincluding the missed approach procedure and where applicable, associated holdingpatterns.Note.— Detailed criteria for the establishment of instrument approach procedures and theresolutions of associated altitudes/heights are contained in the Procedures for Air NavigationServices — Aircraft Operations (PANS-OPS,Doc 8168).Anatomy of Instrument ApproachesIn Indonesia, instrument approaches are developed by Directorate General of CivilAviation (DGCA) in accordance with the publication AIP, and are published in thegovernment publication.There are two broad categories of instrument approaches1) Precision approaches and2) Non-precision approaches.The Four Instrument Approach Segments5.1 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.2GENERAL <strong>CHART</strong> FORMATThe four step of <strong>Indoavis</strong> chart layout5.2 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.3H E A D I N GOVERVIEW OF HEADING FEATURES1) ICAO Airport code identifier2) IATA Airport code identifier3) Airport name4) AIRAC Date publication5) Index number, Chart are sequenced by type6) Chart color code, Individual INDOAVIS charts are identified on both the top color of thepage by their procedure name (based on the NAVAIDs (Green is NDB, Blue is VOR orVOR/DME, ILS is Magenta and brown is GPS/GNSS)7) Location City-Country name8) Procedure Identification9) Communication frequencies, Pilots typically refer to the next rows from top to bottom toset up and brief the approach. The communications section of the format is arrangedhorizontally in the top row.a. ATIS : ATIS Arrival Frequencyb. DIRECTOR : Director Call and Frequencyc. <strong>APPROACH</strong> : Approach Control Call and Frequencyd. (R) : Radar availablee. TOWER : Tower Call and Frequencyf. GROUND : Ground Call and Frequency10) Missed Approach instruction11) Notes application to the approach procedure.12) Aerodrome Elevation13) Transition Level (FL) (QNE) and Transition Altitude (FT) (QNH), Transition Level andTransition Altitude are provided for all areas in Indonesia.14) Minimum Safe altitude (MSA) Altitudes are protected to a 25 Nautical mile radius unlessspecial otherwise. Altitude depicted on (IAP, SID and STAR Chart) and identified as theminimum altitude which provide a 1.000ft obstacle clearancea. Arrows on distance circle identify sectorb. Facility identifier5.3 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.4PLAN VIEWBriefing SequenceOVERVIEW OF HEADING FEATURES1) Scale Bar (inch / kilometers to Nautical miles)2) Entry holding with fix point, altitude and time3) Highest reference point with the plan view show in box4) Drainage River and water features5) Holding pattern, Holding pattern not part of the approach procedure.6) Final approach course bearing is enlarged and made bold.7) Primary navaid information enlarged and made bold and bold type and ashadow box for easy recognition.8) Secondary navaid information9) Missed approach track10) Nearby Civil or joint Military airport11) Airport12) Restricted airspace The accompanying label indicated it as prohibited,restricted, danger, etc5.4 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.66. RADIO NAVIGATION AIDS INFORMATIONILS, LOC, LDA,SDF, MLS(primary)VOR,VOR/DME(Primary)NDB(Secondary)Navaid facility boxes include facility name,identity, Morse code and frequency.The shadow indicates the primary facility.In VOR/DME and VORTAC facility boxes theletter “D” Indicate DME and “H” High Altitudewhen available.7. AIRSPACE FIXESRPCRPRRNAVRNAVDMEMBWPTReporting Point (Compulsory)Reporting Point (On-Request)RNAV Point (Compulsory)RNAV Point (On-Request)DME DistanceMileage BreakdownFlyover WaypointWPTDME infoFIX POINT InfoFly-by WaypointDME valueNavaid nameFixes Point NameCoordinates are shown8. ALTITUDEMANDATORYMINIMUMMAXIMUMRECOMENDEDMandatory altitude in line cross at.Minimum altitude in line cross at or aboveMaximum altitude in line cross at or belowRecomended altitude9. AIRPORTAIRPORTAirport to the approachMILITARYJOIN CIVILMILITARYNearby Military airportNearby Civil or joint Military airport5.6 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.7HELIPORTSEAPLANEHeli Landing siteA white letter H indicates an area reserved fortake-off and landing helicopters.Military and Civil Seaplane Base10. OBSTACLE10.1 MAN-MADE STRUCTURESTower UnlightedMan-made structure.Tower LightedObstacleStructure10.2 TERRAIN HIGH POINTSSpot ElevationSpot ElevationSpot highestelevationMan-made structure.Unidentified man-made structureMean Sea Level (MSL) elevation at top of terrainhigh point/man-made structure.unsurveyed accuracyBox indicates only the highest of portrayed terrainhigh point and man-made structures may existwhich have not been portrayed.Generalized terrain contour information.The Gradient tints indicate the elevation changebetween contour intervals11. RESTRICTED AIRSPACERestricted airspace. The accompanying label indicates it asprohibited, restricted, danger, etc.(T) Training, (A) Alert, (C) Caution, andMilitary Operations Areas.WI Country identifierWI : Indonesia,WS : SingaporeWM : MalaysiaYB : Australia(R) Restricted ________121 designation numberUNL Unlimited (Upper Limit)GND Ground (Lower Limit)0800-2200 Hours activeMON-SAT Day activeIND-ARTC Controling Agency(A) Alert(T) Training(C) Caution(W) Warning(D) Danger(P) Prohibited(R) Restricted(TRA) Temporary ReservedAirspace(TSA) Temporary Segregated Area(MOA) Military Operations Area5.7 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.812. MAGNETIC BEARINGBearing magnetic variationMagnetic declination is the angle between magnetic north (thedirection the north end of a compass needle points) and true north.The declination is positive when the magnetic north is east of truenorth. The term magnetic variation is a synonym13. HOLDING ENTRYType entry holding Notes : Holding Patterns are generally not charted to scale Holding Pattern not part of the approach procedure.14. ORIENTATION DETAILLake or large waterareasRiver<strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong> PROFILE VIEWPRECISION <strong>APPROACH</strong> PROFILE (ILS with LOC (GP out), or with NDB ApproachType procedure for Precision approaches systems ILS Instrument Landing System MLS Microwave Landing System PAR Precision Approach Radar (Military) GPS (with vertical navigation via WAAS or EGNOS) - Global Positioning System LAAS Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS) for (GNSS) JPALS Joint Precision Approach and Landing System GCA Ground-Controlled Approach (mostly military)5.8 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.9NON - PRECISION <strong>APPROACH</strong> PROFILE (LOC, VOR, VORTAC, NDB)Type of Non-precision approaches systems Localizer (LOC) VOR / VORDME NDB, Non-Directional Beacon Localizer Type Directional Aid or LDASimplified Directional Facility or SDFGPS - Global Positioning SystemTACANSRA - Surveillance Radar ApproachNON - PRECISION <strong>APPROACH</strong> PROFILE (VISUAL <strong>APPROACH</strong>)5.9 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.101. MARKER BAECON<strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>PROFILE SYMBOLSRadio navigation aid(type of aid and its use inthe procedure to beannotatedon top of the symbol)Radio marker beacon(type of beacon to be annotatedon top of the symbol)DME fix(distance from DME andthe fix use in the procedureto be annotated on bottomof the symbol)Collocated DME fix and markerbeacon(distance from DME and the typeof beacon to be annotated ontop of the symbol)2. TRACK SYMBOLApproach procedureflight trackMissed approach trackVisual procedureflight trackDistance fixedMissed approach fixAirport profileFinal Approach Fix(FAP)(for non-precisionapproaches)Racetrack used in lieu of procedureturn with holding limit, outboundand inbound bearing.Visual DescentPoint (VDP)5.10 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.11<strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>LANDING MINIMUMSPRECISION <strong>APPROACH</strong> PROFILE (ILS with LOC / GP out)NON - PRECISION <strong>APPROACH</strong> PROFILE (LOC, VOR, VORTAC, NDB)* Maximum speed for reversal and racetrack procedures.Vat - Speed at threshold base on 1.3 time stall speed Vso or 1.23 time stall speed Vs1g in the landingconfoguration maxximum certificated landing mass.5.11 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.12RVR (RUNWAY VISUAL RANGE)RVR(Metres)RVR(Feet)Visibility(Miles)400 1600 ¼800 2400 1/21000 3200 5/81200 4000 3/41400 4500 7/81600 5000 12000 6000 1 1/4Comparable Values of RVR and VisibilityThe following table shall be used for converting RVRto ground or flight visibility. For converting RVRvalues that fall between listed, use the next higherRVR value: do not interpolate. For example, whenconverting 1800 RVR, use 2400 RVR with theresultant visibility of 1/2 mile.<strong>APPROACH</strong> LIGHTING SYSTEMHIAL CAT-1High Intensity Approach Lighting Category-1HIAL CAT-2 High Intensity Approach Lighting Category -2SHIALSimple High Intensity Approach LightingLIALLow Intensity Approach LightingFor a 3.00° glideslope the nominal eye height over the runway threshold is 49’ (15m) Fan increase in eyeheight over the runway threshold is required to provide adequate wheel clearance, then the approach nay beflown with one more fly down lights visible.PAPIT-VASIPrecision ApproachPath IndicatorVisual ApproachSlope IndicatorPAPI is normally installed on the LEFT side of therunwayVASI is normally installed on the LEFT side of therunway.VASI may be installed on the RIGHT side orBOTH sides of the runwayTDZLRunway touchdown ZoneCLRunway centerline light5.12 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.13<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong>ILS RWY-25 PROCEDUREWBGG- KUCHING, MALAYSIASAMPLE ONLY NOT FOR NAVIGATION USE.!5.13 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.14<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong>VOR/DME RWY-29 PROCEDUREWICC - BANDUNG, INDONESIASAMPLE ONLY NOT FOR NAVIGATION USE.!5.14 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE


PT. INDOAVIS NUSANTARAGeo-informatics and Aeronautical Information Supports.<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> APP.<strong>CHART</strong> <strong>LEGEND</strong>[22 Oct 2009] II-10 6.15<strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> <strong>CHART</strong>NDB RWY-36 PROCEDUREWAMM- MANADO, INDONESIASAMPLE ONLY NOT FOR NAVIGATION USE.!5.15 <strong>INSTRUMENT</strong> <strong>APPROACH</strong> | INTRODUCTION TO INDOAVIS AERONAUTICAL NAVIGATION <strong>CHART</strong>S USERS GUIDE

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