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JINNAH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,
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AIP SUPPLEMENT
S-12 TO S-14/17
27TH APRIL 2017
EFFECTIVE DATE 22ND JUNE 2017
S-12/17
AERONAUTICAL DATA / CHARTS OF ISLAMABAD
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (OPIS)
1.
With effect from 0001UTC 22nd June, 2017.
2.
Permanent.
3.
The purpose of this AIRAC AIP Supplement is to notify the aviation industry of the aeronautical
ground facilities, navigational equipment and services that are available at Islamabad Int’l airport for
aerodrome reference code 4F Cargo / Commercial Operations. The airport is located at a distance
of 14.08NM from Islamabad city.
4.
The information provided in this AIRAC AIP Supplement is presented in similar ICAO Standard
and Recommended Practices (SARPs) format as applicable for the Aeronautical Information
Publication (AIP) Pakistan.
5.
AERODROME
 All data pertaining to the airport are listed in Appendix A-1 to Appendix A-15.
 Advance Visual Docking Guidance System (AVDGS) is indicated as Appendix B-1 to B-5.
 The movement area and airport facilities that are available for operations are shown on the
Aerodrome Chart as Appendix-C.
 The Ground Movement of aircraft from the aircraft stand to the runway and from the
runway to the aircraft stand is indicated on the Parking Docking Chart as Appendix-D.
 Aerodrome Obstacle Chart –ICAO Type A (Operating Limitations) RWY-10R/28L is shown
on Appendix-E.
 Precision Approach Terrain Chart-ICAO is shown on Appendix-F.
6.
This AIP Supplement will remain in force until its contents are incorporated in AIP Pakistan.
7.
The date of commissioning of Islamabad International Airport (IIAP) will be notified by NOTAM
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S-13/17
27 April 2017
ISLAMABAD TERMINAL CONTROL AREA (TMA) WEST
1.
With effect from 0001UTC 22nd June, 2017.
2.
Permanent.
3.
Airspace Management for Terminal Control Area (TMA) of Islamabad in Lahore FIR has been
established. Details are as follows:
ISLAMABAD TERMINAL CONTROL AREA (WEST)
An area bounded by:
LATITUDE
333556.31N
332120.48N
332049.14N
333857.56N
Vertical Limit
Class of Airspace
:
:
LONGITUDE
0720129.53E
0720128.22E
0722458.69E
0722458.69E
9500FT to FL175
Class-A above FL150 and Class-C at or below FL150
4.
This AIP Supplement will remain in force until its contents are incorporated in AIP Pakistan.
5.
The date of commissioning of Islamabad International Airport (IIAP) will be notified by NOTAM
S-14/17
ISLAMABAD TERMINAL CONTROL AREA (TMA) SOUTH
1.
With effect from 0001UTC 22nd June, 2017.
2.
Permanent.
3.
Airspace Management for Terminal Control Area (TMA) of Islamabad in Lahore FIR has been
established. Details are as follows:
ISLAMABAD TERMINAL CONTROL AREA (SOUTH)
An area bounded by:
LATITUDE
331033.90N
330840.27N
330416.17N
324259.38N
324641.72N
331142.84N
Vertical Limit
Class of Airspace
:
:
LONGITUDE
0725039.83E
0725044.04E
0730026.47E
0731100.98E
0732150.66E
0731742.32E
6500FT to FL205
Class-A above FL150 and Class-C at or below FL150
4.
This AIP Supplement will remain in force until its contents are incorporated in AIP Pakistan.
5.
The date of commissioning of Islamabad International Airport (IIAP) will be notified by NOTAM
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Appendix A-1
AIP
Pakistan
AD 2. AERODROMES
OPIS AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME
OPIS - ISLAMABAD
OPIS AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
1. ARP coordinates and site at AD
333256.70N 0724932.34E
2. Direction and distance from (city)
14.80 NM from Zero Point, Islamabad
3. Elevation/Reference temperature
1761 FT / 31.5 C.
4. MAG VAR/Annual change
02° E
5. AD Administration, address, telephone, telefax, AFS
CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
Airport Manager Islamabad Int’l Airport
Telephone: (92) (51) 4960001
Telefax: (92) (51) 4960094
Email: apm.iiap@caapakistan.com.pk
AFS: OPISYDYX
6. Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
7. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS
1. AD Administration
H24
2. Customs and immigration
H24
3. Health and sanitation
H24
4. AIS Briefing Office
H24
5. ATS Reporting Office (ARO)
H24
6. MET Briefing Office
H24
7. ATS
H24
8. Fuelling
H24
9. Handling
H24
10. Security
H24
11. De-icing
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12. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES
1. Cargo-handling facilities
Adequate for all anticipated requirements
2. Fuel/oil types
Jet A1.
3. Fuelling facilities/capacity
Attock petroleum and Pakistan State Oil. All bays at
IIAP are fuel hydrant except state lounge bay.
4. De-icing facilities
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5. Hangar space for visiting aircraft
-
6. Repair facilities for visiting aircraft
-
7. Remarks
Oxygen available.
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OPIS AD 2.5 PASSENGER SERVICES
1. Hotels
Limited at the Airport. Unlimited in the city.
2. Restaurants
Limited at the Airport. Unlimited in the city hotels.
3. Transportation
Buses, Taxis and Car Hire.
4. Medical facilities
First aid treatment, CAA Medical Centre, MI Room at
PTB, Trauma Centre within airport premises, 2
Ambulances and hospitals in Islamabad and
Rawalpindi.
5. Bank and Post Office
Available.
6. Tourist Office
Pakistan Tourist Development Corporation office at IIAP
7. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES
1. AD category for fire fighting
CAT:10
2. Rescue equipment
05 LFCTs, 01 DFT, 02 Water Bowzers, 02 Ambulances.
3. Capability for removal of disabled aircraft
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4. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING: All seasons
OPIS AD 2.8 APRONS TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS DATA
1. Apron surface and strength
NW Apron: Concrete PCN 110/R/C/W/T
SE Apron: Concrete PCN 110/R/C/W/T
State Apron: Flexible PCN 70/F/C/X/T
Maintenance Apron: Flexible PCN 35/F/C/X/T
2. Taxiway width, surface and strength
Taxiway A: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T.
Taxiway B: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway C: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway D: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway E: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway F: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway G: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway H: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway J: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway K: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway L: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway M: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway N: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway P: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway Q: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway R: 23 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway S: 31.5 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
Taxiway T: 25 M, Asphalt, PCN 110/F/C/X/T
3. ACL location and elevation
-
4. VOR/INS checkpoints
See Parking/Docking Chart
5. Remarks
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OPIS AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS
1. Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual
docking/parking guidance system of aircraft stands
Taxiing guidance signs available at all intersections of
TWY, RWY and at all holding positions.
Guidelines at apron including standard nose-wheel
guidelines for all stands.
AVDGS available for all northwest and southeast
stands including cargo and state apron no. 1 to 33
THR, TDZ, centreline, edge and Runway end marked
as appropriate and lighted at main RWY.
2. RWY and TWY markings and LGT
THR, edge and Runway end marked as appropriate
and lighted at secondary RWY.
Designator and aiming points marked and unlighted.
TWY: Centreline, holding positions at all TWY/RWY
intersections, marked and lighted
(TWY A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S, T
have Centreline/ Edge lights)
3. Stop bars
Provided at TWY A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, S.
4. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES
In approach/TKOF areas
Remarks
1
RWY/area
effected
Obstacle type Elevation
Markings/ LGT
2
Coordinates
a
b
c
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
HT Power pole
534.20 M / 1753 FT
333304.40N
0724708.87E
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
Mobile tower
514.29 M / 1687 FT
333315.08N
0724509.81E
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
Pole
526.54 M / 1727 FT
333323.67N
0724700.86E
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
Pole
510.93 M / 1676 FT
333329.47N
0724631.03E
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
HT Power pole
512.01 M / 1680 FT
333341.58N
0724657.76E
28L/TKOF
10R/APCH
Localizer Antenna
535.94M/ 1756 FT
333305.99N
0724810.82E
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
GP Antenna
546.89 M/ 1794 FT
333240.28
0720529.68
28R/TKOF
10L/APCH
Localizer Antenna
530.96 M/1742.08 FT
333312.69
0724812.31
28R/APCH
10L/TKOF
GP Antenna
549.5 M/ 1802.972 FT
333254.83
0725031.54
10R/TKOF
28L/APCH
Localizer Antenna
535.92 M/ 1758.38 FT
333240.69
0725052.37
10R/APCH
28L/TKOF
GP Antenna
545.95 M/ 1791.29 FT
333306.33
0724834.22
28L/R/APCH
10R/L/TKOF
DVOR
534.01 M/ 1752.08 FT
333239.53
0725121.83
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In approach/TKOF areas
Remarks
1
2
RWY/area
effected
Obstacle type Elevation
Markings/ LGT
Coordinates
a
b
c
28L/R/APCH
10R/L/TKOF
DME
535.117/ 1755.71 FT
333239.64
0725121.26
10R/APCH
28L/TKOF
AWOS Mast-2 TH-10R
538.00 M / 1765.09 FT
333306.06N
0724835.15E
10R/28L/TKOF
10R/28L/APCH
AWOS mid point
543.63 M / 1783.56 FT
333248.58N
0724938.90E
28L/APCH
10R/TKOF
AWOS Mast-1 TH-28L
540.40 M / 1772.73 FT
333240.82N
0725028.39E
In circling area and at AD
Remarks
3
Obstacle type
Elevation
Markings/ LGT
4
Coordinates
a
b
ATC Tower
571.94 M / 1876 FT
333236.50N
0724940.23E
Antenna (Motorway)
634.25 M / 2081 FT
333018.01N
0725228.88E
Antenna (Motorway)
631.37 M / 2071 FT
333019.16N
0725227.76E
Gol Top of Hill
790.70 M / 2594 FT
332950.54N
0725017.20E
Peak on Hill
888.02 M / 2913 FT
332844.38N
0724845.46E
Electric Pole on Hill
941.06 M / 3087 FT
332759.42N
0724712.64E
Rod on Tower
915.20 M / 3003 FT
332628.11N
0724304.98E
Top of Tower
911.04 M / 2989 FT
332628.58N
0724305.35E
Electric pole on hill
590.45 M / 1937 FT
333020.48N
0725200.09E
Electric pole on tibba
572.87 M / 1879 FT
333055.46N
0725106.27E
Electric pole
566.90 M / 1860 FT
333103.04N
0725054.77E
Electric pole on hill saddle
750.54 M / 2462 FT
332956.87N
0725043.54E
Electric pole
556.86 M / 1827 FT
333118.29N
0725031.62E
Electric pole
561.54 M / 1842 FT
333123.50N
0725023.71E
Pole
552.42 M / 1812 FT
333138.11N
0725001.49E
HT Power pole
573.59 M / 1882 FT
333204.03N
0724911.36E
HT Power pole
574.33 M / 1884 FT
333210.49N
0724858.78E
HT Power pole
575.72 M / 1889 FT
333217.20N
0724845.68E
HT Power pole
567.37 M / 1861 FT
333228.15N
0724822.99E
HT Power pole
548.50 M / 1800 FT
333238.72N
0724800.60E
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In circling area and at AD
Remarks
3
4
Obstacle type
Elevation
Markings/ LGT
Coordinates
a
b
HT Power pole
549.47 M / 1803 FT
333249.76N
0724736.31E
HT Power pole
552.54 M / 1813 FT
333254.34N
0724726.71E
HT Power pole
546.81 M / 1794 FT
333258.74N
0724716.60E
OBST
509.34 M / 1671 FT
333340.92N
0724630.35E
HT Power pole
515.91 M / 1693 FT
333353.37N
0724634.82E
Pole
572.41 M / 1878 FT
332958.65N
0723812.83E
Pole
590.31 M / 1937 FT
333338.16N
0723739.48E
Pole
592.79 M / 1945 FT
333406.75N
0723834.15E
Pole
590.19 M / 1936 FT
333401.95N
0723829.48E
Pole
588.62 M / 1931 FT
333406.59N
0723849.22E
Pole
589.58 M / 1934 FT
333351.95N
0723835.72E
Pole
583.01 M / 1913 FT
333350.93N
0723845.41E
Pole
601.83 M / 1975 FT
333346.20N
0723838.91E
Water Tank
577.38 M / 1894 FT
333332.32N
0723805.45E
Tower
540.79 M / 1774 FT
332958.66N
0723812.81E
Com. Tower
568.32 M / 1865 FT
333216.82N
0725844.11E
Tower
562.54 M / 1846 FT
333227.27N
0730515.30E
Communication Tower
571.73 M / 1876 FT
333230.57N
0725821.62E
Communication Tower
563.55 M / 1849 FT
333238.12N
0725849.06E
Communication Tower
579.44 M / 1901 FT
333347.42N
0725843.48E
Communication Tower
586.79 M / 1925 FT
333344.44N
0725853.52E
Communication Tower
586.65 M / 1925 FT
333519.60N
0725849.75E
Communication Tower
585.88 M / 1922 FT
333515.21N
0725851.07E
Communication Tower
606.51 M / 1990 FT
333559.56N
0725858.72E
Communication Tower
567.77 M / 1863 FT
333349.50N
0725926.20E
Communication Tower
578.26 M / 1897 FT
333540.60N
0730024.46E
Communication Tower
547.90 M / 1798 FT
333337.75N
0730039.00E
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In circling area and at AD
Remarks
3
4
Obstacle type
Elevation
Markings/ LGT
Coordinates
a
b
Communication Tower
551.95 M / 1811 FT
333309.24N
0730028.09E
Communication Tower
570.32 M / 1871 FT
333237.65N
0725958.65E
Communication Tower
571.62 M / 1875 FT
333236.81N
0725957.70E
Communication Tower
548.70 M / 1800 FT
333250.93N
0730010.15E
UHF/VHF (RX) Mast
562.95 M / 1846.94 FT
333235.15N
0724942.59E
HF Antenna Mast
559.20 M / 1834.65 FT
333230.72N
0725006.05E
UHF/VHF (TX) Mast
558.97 M / 1833.87 FT
333230.60N
0725005.34E
OPIS AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED
1. Associated MET Office
New Islamabad International
2. Hours of service
MET Office outside airport operational hours
H24
3. Office responsible for TAF preparation Periods of validity
MET office provides 9 hours TAF after each 3 hours
and 30 hours TAF after each 6 hours.
4. Type of landing forecast
Interval of issuance
Trend forecast e.g. METAR and SPECI after each half
hour & weather warnings.
Local forecast after every 6 hours.
5. Briefing/consultation provided
All kind of weather briefing is provided by MET office at
allocated place/office at terminal building.
6. Flight documentation
Language(s) used
English
7. Charts and other information available for briefing or
consultation
Surface chart, Upper charts, Pilot Chart, CP Chart,
Significant weather chart, Satellite image.
8. Supplementary equipment available for providing
information
Telephonic, printer, by fax, by email and Internet
9. ATS units provided with information
ATS unit information provided by CAA
10. Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
Phone:
FAX No.:
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OPIS AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Designations
RWY NR
True bearing
Dimensions of
RWY (M)
Strength
(PCN)
and surface of
RWY and SWY
THR coordinates
THR elevation
and highest
elevation of
TDZ of
precision APP
RWY
Slope of
RWY/SWY
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
10R
100.35°
3658 x 60
110/F/C/X/T
Asphalt
Flexible
333304.28N
0724821.81E
THR 528.06 M /
1732.49 FT
110/F/C/X/T
Asphalt
Flexible
333242.42N
0725041.37E
THR 532.53 M /
1747.14 FT
28L
280.36°
3658 x 60
10L
100.35°
3658 x 45
110/F/C/X/T
Asphalt
Flexible
333310.98N
0724823.30E
THR 529.03 M /
1735.67 FT
28R
280.36°
3658 x 45
110/F/C/X/T
Asphalt
Flexible
333249.12N
0725042.87E
THR 533.41 M /
1750.04 FT
1.0%
UP
1.0%
Down
1.0%
UP
1.0%
Down
SWY
dimension
(M)
CWY
dimension
(M)
Strip
dimension
(M)
RESA
dimension
(M)
Arresting
system
Obstacle
Free Zone
Remarks
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
-
1000 x 150
3778 x 300
240 x 150
-
Runway Shoulders: 7.5 m on
each side of Both Rwys
-
190 x 150
3778 x 300
240 x 150
-
-
-
1000 x 150
3778 x 300
240 x 150
-
-
-
1000 x 150
3778 x 300
240 x 150
-
-
OPIS AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES (M)
Designations
RWY NR
TORA
ASDA
TODA
LDA
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
10R
3658
3658
4658
3658
-
28L
3658
3658
3848
3658
-
10L
3658
3658
4658
3658
-
28R
3658
3658
4658
3658
-
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OPIS AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTS
Designations
APCH
THR LGT
RWY NR
LGT type
colour
LEN
WBAR
INTST
VASIS
( MEH )
PAPI
TDZM
LGT LEN
5
RWY
Centre line
LGT
Length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
1
2
3
4
10R
PALS
CAT I
LIH
900 M
GREEN
PAPI 3 ͦ
Both
Sides
-
28L
PALS
CAT II
LIH
900 M
GREEN
PAPI 3 ͦ
Both
Sides
900 M
10L
SALS
LIH
420 M
GREEN
PAPI
LEFT 3 ͦ
-
-
28R
PALS
CAT I
LIH
900 M
GREEN
PAPI
LEFT 3 ͦ
-
-
RWY
EDGE
line LGT
Length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY End
LGT
spacing
colour
WBAR
SWY LGT Remarks
LEN (M)
colour
6
7
8
3658 M
30 M
WHITE/
RED
3658 M
60 M
WHITE
LIH
Last 600M
Yellow
RED
9
Flasher
10
3658 M
30 M
WHITE/
RED
3658 M
60 M
WHITE
LIH
Last 600M
Yellow
RED
Flasher
3658 M
60 M
WHITE
LIH
Last 600M
Yellow
RED
-
3658 M
60 M
WHITE
LIH
Last 600M
Yellow
RED
-
OPIS AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY
1. ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation
Not Available
2. LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
-
3. TWY edge and centre line lighting
Centreline, Holding position at all Taxiways/ RWY
intersections is available.
Taxiway A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, Q, R, S,
T have centre line/edge lights.
4. Secondary power supply / switch-over time
Secondary power supply available with UPS Facility
and standby generators supply.
5. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA: RWY 28L
OPIS AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE
1. Designation and lateral limits
Islamabad CTR
Area bounded by lines joining points
333857.56N/0722458.69E; 332049.14N/0722458.69E;
332029.98N/0723755.50E; 331816.45N/0724726.57E;
330842.13N/0724743.46E; 330840.27N/0725044.04E;
331033.90N/0725039.83E; 331142.84N/0731742.32E;
332712.97N/0731508.76E; 333222.40N/0731007.28E;
333332.31N/0730418.59E; 333805.15N/0725135.30E;
334016.52N/0723612.55E to point of origin.
2. Vertical limits
GND to FL 175
3. Airspace classification
Class A above FL 150
Class C at or below FL 150-
4. ATS unit call sign Language(s)
Islamabad APP English
5. Transition altitude
12000FT
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6. Remarks
OPIS AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES
Service designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of operation
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
TWR
Islamabad Tower
118.55 MHZ
H24
Primary
TWR
TOWER
119.65 MHZ
H24
Secondary
Aerodrome Control Svc
Islamabad Departure
124.35 MHZ
H24
Departure Frequency
130.35 MHZ
H24
Clearance Delivery
121.50 MHZ
H24
Function Emergency
121.65 MHZ
H24
Primary
122.15 MHZ
H24
Secondary
123.225 MHZ
H24
Vehicle
Aerodrome Control Svc
Islamabad Ground
121.85 MHZ
H24
Fire
ATIS Broad Cast
ATIS
126.200 MHZ
H24
-
Approach Control Svc
Islamabad APP
125.150 MHZ
H24
Primary
Islamabad APP
124.650 MHZ
H24
Secondary
Islamabad APP
121.50 MHZ
H24
Emergency
Military Frequency
Islamabad APP
240.5 MHZ
HX
Primary
241.2 MHZ
HX
Secondary
HF SSB
RADIO
2923.00 KHZ
HX
Fixed Network Station
3467.00 KHZ
HX
Fixed Network Station
2727.50 KHZ
HX
Fixed Network Station
3960 KHZ
HX
Fixed Network Station
5601.00 KHZ
H24
Air Ground
Civil Aviation Authority
5658.00 KHZ
H24
Communication
8567 KHZ
H24
Communication
10018.00 KHZ
H24
Communication
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OPIS AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS
TYPE OF AID
ID
Frequency
Hours of
operation
Site of
transmitting
antenna
coordinates
Elevation of DME
transmitting
antenna
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
ILS-Glide Path
CAT-I
Dots/Dashes
330.200 MHz
H24
333254.84 N
0725031.54 E
549.501 M
Both GP &
TDME are colocated.
TDME
28R
Dots/Dashes
CH 44X
H24
333254.84 N
0725031.54 E
-
-
ILS-Localizer
CAT-I
IBIP
110.700 MHz
H24
333312.69 N
0724812.32 E
530.96 M
-
Dots/Dashes
334.700 MHz
H24
333240.29 N
0725029.68 E
546.89 M
Both GP &
TDME are colocated.
TDME 28L
Dots/Dashes
CH 18X
H24
333240.29 N
0725029.68 E
-
-
ILS-Localizer
CAT-II
IBBA
108.100 MHz
H24
333306.01 N
0724810.82 E
535.39 M
-
ILS-Glide Path
CAT-I
10R
Dots/Dashes
332.300 MHz
H24
333306.34 N
0724834.23 E
545.95 M
TDME
10R
Dots/Dashes
CH 50X
H24
333306.34 N
0724834.27 E
-
-
ILS-Localizer
CAT-I
IBAP
111.300 MHz
H24
333240.69 N
0725052.37 E
535.92 M
-
DVOR
(2/2017)
BTR
114.600 MHz
H24
333239.54 N
0725121.84 E
535.11 M
Coverage
200 NM
DME
-
CH 93X
H24
333239.64 N
0725121.26 E
-
-
28R
28R
ILS-Glide Path
CAT-II
28L
28L
Both GP &
TDME are colocated.
10R
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Appendix A-11
OPIS AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS:
(a) General AD is restricted to aircraft of maintaining two- way radio communications with Islamabad ATC.
(b) Ground power 400 HZ is provided on all Passenger Boarding Bridge (PBB) parking stands. In order to minimize operational
Hazard the use of mobile ground power unit (GPU) restricted at all aircraft parking Stands equipped with (PBB).
Local Flying Restrictions:
a) Straight in Approach to runway 28 L/R may be permitted provided the flight is monitored on radar and aircraft to adhere the
altitude restrictions.
b) Straight in approach to runway 10 L/R is not permitted.
c) Aircraft to fly right hand circuit for runway 10 L/R and left hand circuit for runway 28 L/R.
d) Due to close proximity of Qasim Airfield aircraft carrying out visual approach for runway 28 L/R will remain within 4 NM
of BTR VOR.
e) North circuit for both runway ends i.e. runway 28 L/R & 10 L/R is not permitted.
f) Departure from runway 28 L/R is not permitted to turn right.
g) All departure from runways 28 & 10 L/R are required to follow publish procedures to stay clear of Murat hill and
Qasim airfield circuit flying.
h) Left-hand circuit shall be normally followed except when specified otherwise.
i) Exercise caution; Small Airfield with RWY 32/14 exists at 9.5 NM East-North East of AD. Aircraft shall maintain
altitude 3700’ AMSL until over FAP/FAF.
Movement areas - Aprons:
Operators are responsible for ensuring that aircraft that park on the Apron are provided with:
a) Chocks under wheels.
b) Picketing of aircraft when required.
c) Fire cover during engine starting.
Wheel chocks are available from handling companies.
The operators, handling company or CAA Fire Department, may provide fire cover. If the services of the CAA Fire
Department are required, the operator should notify the TWR at least 10 minutes prior to start up.
OPIS AD 2.20.2 TAXIING TO AND FROM STANDS:
a) Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand number by the TWR.
b) All international schedule arrivals shall be parked on Parking (PBB) stands 3-9 and 17&18 subject to category of aircraft and
on first come first serve basis.
c) All domestic arrivals shall be parked on Domestic (PBB) parking stands 19 to 24 subject to category of aircraft and on first
come first serve basis.
d) (PBB) No 19 parking stand is swing over, can be utilized for international arrival departure as well.
e) In case of non-availability of (PBB) parking stand, international arrivals can be parked on stand No 1,2,10 - 16. Similarly
domestic arrivals can be parked on remote bays 25- 28. They may be parked on stands No 14-16, also depending upon the
category of aircraft. Airline to be informed in advance.
f) In case of parking of any International flight on Domestic side, Avio-Bridge shall not be connected.
g) Arrival aircraft intended to be parked at West north West Apron will route via taxiway “C”, “T”, “P” and “M”. Arrival aircraft
intended to be parked at south, south east Apron will route via taxiway “K” & “N”.
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PROCEDURE FOR DEPARTURE
START UP / PUSH BACK / TAXI PROCEDURE FOR TURBO-JET AND TURBO-PROP AIRCRAFT
a) Departing aircraft shall contact Islamabad ground for push-back/start up approval five minutes before ready.
b) Start up approval will remain valid for five minutes. In case of delay fresh approval shall be obtained.
c) Aircraft to expect instructions to contact Islamabad Tower on frequency 118.550 MHz primary and secondary 119.650 MHz
while approaching runway and change frequency without delay when advised to do so.
d) Aircraft to hold at ILS CAT-II holding position unless further taxi and line up clearance/instructions are received.
e) All stands are nose in parking stands. Thus all departing aircraft shall push back& pull forward to abeam parking position
before taxi.
f) All departures from South and East apron will be using taxiways “N” & “F” and then taxiway “K” towards runway in use.
g) All departures from West apron will be using taxiways “M” & “T” and then taxiway “K” towards runway in use.
h) All aircraft departing from stands No 13-28 will push back& pull forward facing South or South West and align themselves
along the centre line of taxiway “M” abeam to their parking stand.
i) All aircraft departing from stand No 4-12 will push back Facing East or North East (as the case may be) and align
themselves along the taxiway centre line abeam to their parking stand.
j) Aircraft parked on stand 1and 2 will push back facing West and will taxi out via taxiway “F”.
k) Aircraft parked on stand 3 may push back facing West or East subject to traffic condition.
l) Aircraft may start one engine on idle power at the bay, rest start up will be completed on taxiway.
m) When ready for Taxi contact Islamabad ground for Taxi instructions.
OPIS AD 2.20.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF PARKING STAND:
a) Parking stands No 3-9 on south and Eastern side of PTB and Stand 17- 24 on Western Apron are PBB stands.
b) Parking stands from 3-9 and 17 & 18 are used for international flights.
c) Parking stands No 19-24 are used for domestic flights.
d) Parking stand No 19 is swing over and can be utilized for international aircraft when needed.
e) Stands No 1, 2, 10-16 and 25-28 are non PBB parking (remote parking stands).
f) Parking stands No 6 & 7 can be utilized for parking of CAT ‘F’ aircraft and equipped with double decker boarding walkways
(tunnels).
g) Parking stands 1,2,14 &16 without PBB can accommodate up to CAT ‘D’ aircraft.
h) Parking stands No 3,8,21 & 22 with PBB can accommodate up to CAT ‘D’ aircraft.
i) Parking stands No 4,5 and 17-20 with PBB are used for parking of aircraft up to Cat ‘E’.
j) Parking stands No 23 & 24 with PBB are used for parking of aircraft up to CAT ‘C’.
k) Parking stands No 25 - 28 without PBB are used for parking of aircraft up to CAT ‘C’.
l) Parking stands 29-31 with capacity up to Two CAT E Aircraft. One for CAT F Aircraft at Cargo Apron.
m) Parking stand 32 & 33 are to accommodate CAT E Aircraft at State Apron.
n) Refueling facility through fuel hydrant system is provided at all parking stands.
o) Ground power with 400Hz frequency is provided at all All PBB parking stands. All parking stands are nose in.
OPIS AD 2. 20.4 PARKING AREA FOR HELICOPTERS:
Same as for General Aviation Aircraft.
OPIS AD 2.20.5: APRON - TAXIING DURING WINTER CONDITIONS: Nil
OPIS AD 2.20.6: TAXIING LIMITATIONS:
Four engine Jet Aircraft to avoid excessive power on outer engine while taxing so as to prevent FOD on movement area.
Flight levels/Altitudes will be issued, as required, for spacing and separating the aircraft so that correct landing intervals are
maintained, taking into account aircraft characteristics.
Radar vectoring charts are not published since the instrument approach procedures and altitudes ensure that.
OPIS AD 2.20.7: SCHOOL AND TRAINING FLIGHTS - TECHNICAL TEST FLIGHTS - USE OF RUNWAY: Nil
OPIS AD 2. 20.8 HELICOPTER TRAFFIC - LIMITATION: Nil
OPIS AD 2.20.9 REMOVAL OF DISABLED AIRCRAFT FROM RUNWAYS:
When an aircraft is wrecked on a runway, it is the duty of the owner or user of such aircraft to have it removed as soon as
possible. If the owner or user does not remove a wrecked aircraft from the runway as quickly as possible, the aerodrome
authority at the owner or user’s expense will remove the aircraft.
OPIS AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES: Nil
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Appendix A-13
OPIS AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES:
PROCEDURES FOR IFR FLIGHTS WITHIN ISLAMABAD TMA
a) The STARs shown on the following pages are to be used by arriving IFR flights when specified by ATC.
b) WEST BOUND Arrivals and departures are require to cross KIMUL at or above Altitude 10,000 feet AMSL and KALNA at or
below FL170.
c) The SIDs shown on the following pages are to be used by departing IFR flights when specified by ATC.
d) The holding fix and areas have been located at a distance from the AD to ensure the minimum of congestion and delay to
arriving and departing flight.
RADAR PROCEDURES WITHIN ISLAMABAD TMA
RNAV GNSS procedures are established for safe smooth and orderly flow of air traffic. Generally pilots are directed to carry out
pilot interpreted instrument approaches, however radar vectoring will be available for sequencing and track shortning to place
aircraft on final approach paths of instrument approaches.
SURVEILLANCE RADAR APPROACHES: NIL
COMMUNICATION FAILURE
In case of communication failure, the pilot shall act in accordance with the communication failure procedures in ICAO Annex 2.
PROCEDURES FOR VFR FLIGHTS WITHIN ISLAMABAD TMA
Provided traffic conditions permit, ATC clearance for VFR flights will be given under the conditions described below:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
A flight plan requesting ATC clearance, containing items 7 to 18 and indicating the purpose of the flight shall be
submitted.
ATC clearance shall be obtained immediately before the aircraft enters the area concerned.
Position reports shall be submitted in accordance with 3.6.3 of ICAO Annex 2 except all General Aviation aircraft
engaged in domestic non-scheduled operations.
Deviation from the ATC clearance may only be made when prior permission has been obtained.
The flight shall be conducted with vertical visual reference to the ground unless the flight can be conducted in
accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules.
Two-way communication shall be maintained on the frequency prescribed.
The aircraft shall be equipped with SSR transponder with 4096 Codes in Mode A/3. Flights performed in connection with
parachute jumps shall, in addition, be equipped with Mode C with automatic transmission of pressure altitude
information (cf. ICAO Annex 10, Volume I). Exemption from this requirement may be granted by Islamabad APP.
Arriving VFR Flights, desirous to avail RADAR air traffic information service, beyond the limits of control zone, but within
the limits of TMA are required to notify their intentions on first two-way communication with Islamabad APP. Departing
VFR flights shall do so prior to their departure from the aerodrome concerned or as early as possible after departure.
Note: ATC clearance is intended only to provide separation between IFR and VFR flights.
PROCEDURES FOR VFR FLIGHTS WITHIN ISLAMABAD CTR
a) Flight plan shall be filed for the flight concerned.
b) ATC clearance shall be obtained from the Control Tower.
c) Deviation from ATC clearance may only be made when prior permission has been obtained.
d) The flight shall be conducted with vertical visual reference to the ground.
e) Two-way radio communication shall be established on the frequency prescribed before flight takes place in the Control
Zone.
VFR ROUTES WITHIN ISLAMABAD CTR: Not specified.
OPIS AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
HYDRANT REFULING FACILITIES AVAILABLE AT ALL PARKING STANDS.
BIRD CONCENTRATION IN THE VICINITY OF THE AIRPORT
Large solitary predatory birds (eagles, kites etc.) present a hazard to air navigation at all times and migratory birds
during summer and rainy season in the vicinity of the airport. Pilots are advised to exercise extreme caution when
approaching or departing, particularly below ALT 4000 FT.
ATC will endeavor to keep pilots advised of bird concentrations, but single birds circling at any height are very difficult to
observe from ATC. Pilot reports of bird concentrations are requested. These reports are very useful in planning a programme to
attempt a reduction of bird strike hazards.
FUEL DUMPING PROCEDURE: NIL
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ALTERNATE AERODROME
Lahore AIIAP & PESHAWER OPPS aerodrome are the nearest alternate aerodrome for aircraft upto B777. Nur Khan OPRN
airfield may be available for any flight as diversionary airfield except in emergency as ground handling facilities will not be
available at Nur Khan.
OPIS AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME:
Aerodrome/Heliport Chart- ICAO
Aircraft Parking / Docking Chart (WGS-84 coordinates of parking stands)
Precision Approach Terrain Chart- ICAO RWY 28L/10R
Aerodrome Obstruction Chart – ICAO Type-A
(Operating Limitations RWY-10L/28R & RWY 10R/28L)
Standard Departure Chart -Instrument- ICAO
Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument - ICAO
Instrument Approach Charts – ICAO
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SAFEGATE ADVANCE VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEM
SAFEDOCK: (AVDGS T1-42) AT NEW ISLAMABAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
1.
The Safe gate Advance Visual Docking Guidance
System (AVDGS) is a fully automatic aircraft docking
Guidance system. The System is based on a laser scanning
technique and it tracks both the lateral and longitudinal
position of aircraft. The Safedock system uses a Laser
Distance Meter (LDM) to measure location of an
approaching aircraft. The Complete safe dock system
consist of following sub units:
i)
ii)
iii)
iv)
v)
The top alphanumeric information display
which shows aircraft type designation and
other message information as necessary in
yellow.
ii)
The azimuth and centreline guidance
displays in red and yellow and the Closing
Rate Bar in yellow.
Pilot Display incorporates three different indicators for
alphanumeric, azimuth and rate information, clearly visible
from both pilot positions in the aircraft cockpit. The upper
rows are used for alpha numeric information, the next row
for azimuth information and the lower section for closing
rate information.
Control Unit
Laser Scanning Unit
Operator Panel
Display Unit
Superior System Interface
The control unit is processing heart of the Safedock
system. It will accept user interface commands from the
Safedock operator panel or via superior system interface.
The Laser Scanning Unit comprises a Laser Distance
Meter (LDM) and two mirrors mounted on the shafts of
motors. The LDM uses laser pulses to measure the distance
to any object the laser beam is directed toward. The motor
mounted on mirrors are used to direct the laser beam in the
horizontal and vertical plane, respectively. This design
gives the system ability to make a 3-dimensional scan of
stand area.
The operator panel is primary source of user input to the
system. It comprises a 14 key keyboard and LCD display.
The Pilot Display is constructed using a set of Light Emitting
Diode matrices. The display is divided into two parts that
provide following information to the pilot:
2.
i)
The superior system interface is optional link between the
Safedock system and the central control and monitoring
system, the superior system. It is also used as gateway to
other external systems and to receive information about
schedule arrivals and departures from FIS.
AVDGS T1-42 is installed at international terminal (South
East apron) of IIAP at remote stands (Bay No.1, 2, 10, 11
and 12) and contact Stands (Bay No. 3, 4, 5,6,7,8 and 9).
The same type of AVDGS is installed at IIAP domestic
terminal (North West apron)
at remote stands (Bay
No.13,14,15,16,25 ,26,27 and 28) and contact Stands at
domestic terminal (Bay No.17,18,19,20,21,22,23 and 24). At
Cargo apron of IIAP (Bay No. 29, 30 and 31) and State
Apron (Bay No. 32 and 33) AVDGS of the same type i.e.
AVDGS T1- 42 is installed.
The Aircraft type which can utilize the system at IIAP are displayed as follows:
S.NO
1
2
3
MANUFACTURER
Airbus Industry
Boeing
McDonnel Douglas
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TYPES
BAYS
A319 all series
(Bay 23 and 24)
A320 all series
(Bay 23 and 24)
A321 all series
(Bay 23 and 24)
A300 (Excluding 600 series)
(Bay 3,8,21 and 22)
A310
(Bay 3,8,21 and 22)
A330, 200 & 300series
(Bay4,5,9,17,18,19 and 20)
A340, 200, 300, 500 & 600 series
(Bay4, 5, 9,17,18,19 and 20)
A380-800 all series
(Bay 6 and 7)
B737 (Including NG)
(Bay 23 and 24)
B757, 200&300 series
(Bay 3,8,21 and 22)
B767, 200, 300 & 400 series
(Bay 3,8,21 and 22)
B777, 200, 200 ER, 200 LR, 300 & 300 ER
(Bay4, 5, 9,17,18,19 and 20)
B787, B747 100, 200, 300, 400 & 400 ER
(Bay4,5,9,17,18,19 and 20)
B747-8
(Bay 6 and 7)
MD80, 82, 83, 87, 90
(Bay 23 and 24)
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decrease in size from the bottom by one row
of lights per 0.5 meters closing rate.
3.
The following is the sequence of system operation
from initial approach to STOP:
i)
The pilot identifies the correct parking bay
position.
ii)
The pilot observes that the rising vertical
yellow arrows are indicating the system is
activated and searching for the approaching
aircraft.
Note: The pilot must not enter the stand area
unless the rising vertical arrows are
displayed.
iii)
Note: If the detected aircraft is lost after 12
meters to STOP, the display will show STOP
and ID FAIL. Assistance must then be sought
from the ground engineers.
viii) When the correct STOP position is reached,
the display shows STOP and red lights will
be lit.
ix)
The pilot follows the taxi-in line and checks
that the correct aircraft type is displayed in
yellow.
Note: The pilot must not enter the stand area
unless the correct aircraft type is displayed.
iv)
On successful capture of the aircraft, the
vertical arrows are replaced by the yellow Tshaped Closing Rate Bar.
Note: The pilot must not proceed to the
bridge unless the arrows have been
superseded by the Closing Rate Bar.
v)
A vertical yellow arrow shows the aircraft
position in relation to the centerline.
vi)
A flashing red arrow indicates the direction to
turn to / return to the centerline.
Note: If the aircraft is approaching faster than
the accepted speed, the system will show
SLOW DOWN as 20 meters from the STOP
position.
Note: If the detected aircraft is lost prior to
12 meters to STOP, the display will show
WAIT. The docking will continue as soon as
the system detects the aircraft again.
vii)
When the aircraft is 12 meters from the
STOP position, the Closing Rate Bar will
4.
When the aircraft has parked, OK will be
displayed. TOO FAR will be displayed, if the
aircraft has overshot the normal parking
position. When ground engineers have
placed the chocks at the nose wheel, they
will manually change the display to CHOCK
ON. During heavy rain or fog, the visibility for
the docking system might be reduced. When
the system is activated and in capture mode,
the display will deactivate the rising vertical
arrows and show DOWN GRADE. This text
will be superseded by the Closing Rate Bar
once the aircraft is detected.
Note: The pilot must not continue the
approach to the bridge unless the DOWN
GRADE text has been superseded by the
Closing Rate Bar.
Note: Ground engineers have access to
emergency "push-buttons to deactivate the
system. When an emergency stop is
activated, the display will show STOP The
ground engineers will then be required to
complete the docking manually once the
emergency situation is cleared.
Note: Whenever Pilot in command is not
satisfied by the performance of Safegate
docking system or found any discrepancy
with respect to performance of the system,
he may asked for manual parking using
marshaller in coordination with Ground ATC
unit.
IMAGE PILOT DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
IMAGE PILOT DISPLAY
SELF TEST:
After selecting aircraft for docking, a self test and reference
point check is carried out by safe dock system
to confirm
docking accuracy.
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DESCRIPTION
IMAGE PILOT DISPLAY
CAPTURING
Floating arrows shows system is activated and in active mode
scanning for an approaching aircraft.
TRACKING AND CLOSING RATE
The system has captured the aircraft and is actively tracking
and verifying it. The floating arrows are replaced by yellow
centerline indicator and floating arrow. A closing rate is final
countdown from specific distance to stop position. A yellow
vertical closing rate bar/centerline indicator appears optionally
with a digital countdown depending upon configuration.
AZIMUTH GUIDANCE
The aircraft is at displayed distance from stop position. If the
aircraft is not aligned to center, a yellow arrow indicates an
aircraft’s position to center line, and a red flashing arrow
indicates direction to turn.
DOCKING COMPLETED
When the aircraft has parked the message OK will be
displayed. If the aircraft rolls too far past the stop position TOO
FAR appears. After a configurable period of time the status on
the operator panel will change to PARKED.
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DESCRIPTION
IMAGE PILOT DISPLAY
STOP POSITION AND EMERGENCY STOP
When correct stop position is reached the pilot display will show
STOP with a red boarder or with red lights. If the aircraft found
standing still but not reached the intended stop position, a stop
short condition occurs.
When emergency STOP button of operator panel is activated ,
the pilot display shows STOP with (red boarders /bars).
FAILED AIRCRAFT VERIFICATION (ID FAIL)
After capture of aircraft , if the geometry is checked against a
stored profile. If , for any reason , aircraft verification is not
conformed 15 m before stop position , the pilot display will show
STOP followed by ID FAIL
GATE BLOCKED
If an object found to be the view from the safe dock unit towards
the aircraft, and closer than stop position, this will be reported
as blocking object and pilot display enters a WAIT state.
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5.
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COMPLETE DOCKING PROCEDURE
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