VVTS — HO CHI MINH/Tan Son Nhat International

VVTS AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

VVTS — HO CHI MINH/Tan Son Nhat International

VVTS AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1
ARP co-ordinates and site at AD
104914N – 1063939E
Intersection of RWY 07R/25L and TWY S5NS
2
Direction and distance from Ho Chi Minh city
6.5 KM North West from city centre
3
Elevation/Reference temperature
10 M (33 FT)/35.2 °C
4
MAG VAR
10° 15'W (20191989)
5
AD Administration address, telephone, Fax, AFS
Post:Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV)
Southern Airports Authority atTan Son Nhat International Airport
Phone:(84-28) 35 470 418
Fax:(84-28) 35 470 409
AFS:VVTSYAYX
Post:Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV)
Tan Son Nhat International Airport
Phone:(84-28) 38 441 740
Fax:(84-28) 38 445 127
AFS:VVTSYDYX
6
Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
7
Remarks
Nil

VVTS AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1
Aerodrome Administration
H24
2
Customs and Immigration
H24
3
Health and Sanitation
H24
4
AIS Briefing Office (AIS)
H24
5
ATS Reporting Office (ARO)
H24
6
MET Briefing Office
H24
7
Air traffic services (ATS)
H24
8
Fuelling
H24
9
Handling
H24
10
Security
H24
11
De-icing
Nil
12
Remarks
Nil

VVTS AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1
Cargo-handling facilities
Conveyor belts and fork lift
2
Fuel/oil types
Jet A1
3
Fuelling facilities/capacity
2 trucks 3 600 litters; 4 trucks 22 000 litters; 3 trucks 19 000 litters and 1 truck 5 700 litters
4
De-icing facilities
Nil
5
Hangar space for visiting aircraft
Nil
6
Repair facilities for visiting aircraft
Available for aircraft F70, ATR72, AN30, A320, B777, B767, B747
7
Remarks
Minor repair for all types of aircraft

VVTS AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1
Hotels
Near the AD and in the city
2
Restaurants
At Aerodrome and in the city
3
Transportation
Buses, taxis and car for hire
4
Medical facilities
First aid at AD. Hospitals in the city
5
Bank and Post Office
At AD. Open within AD HR
6
Tourist Office
Office in the city
7
Remarks
Nil

VVTS AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1
AD category for fire fighting
CAT 9
2
Rescue equipment
Adequately provided as recommended by ICAO
3
Capability for removal of disabled aircraft
Nil
4
Remarks
All airport emergency service personnel are trained in rescue and fire fighting as well as medical first-aid.

VVTS AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY – CLEARING

There is no requirement for clearing as the aerodrome is available throughout the year

VVTS AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Cement
Strength:
PCN 69/R/B/X/T
1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
- Stands from 1 to 10, 14: PCN 85/R/B/W/T.
- Stands from 11 to 13, 15 đến 32, 1E, 2E: PCN 61/R/B/X/T.
- Stands from 33 to 46: PCN 85/R/B/X/T.
- Stands from 47 to 54: PCN 69/R/B/X/T.
- Stands from 71 to 88, 91 to 104: PCN 87/R/B/W/T.
22
Taxiway width, surface and strength
P1NS1
Width:
- 44 M (A portion of length 75.6 M from edge of RWY 25R/07L).
- 23 M (Remaining portion: length 280.4 M).
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete (TWY edge: , bituminous concrete)
Strength:
- PCN 90/R/B/W/T (A portion of length 75.6 M from edge of RWY 25R/07L).
- PCN 61/R/B/X/T(Remaining portion: length 280.4 M).
PCN 85/R/B/W/T
NS2
Width:
45 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 61/R/B/X/T
P5W3, W4, W5, W6, W7, W8, W9, W11, E1, E2, E4, E6, M1
Width:
- 29 M (A portion of length 378.42 M from edge of RWY 25R/07L);
- 23 M (Remaining portion: length 76.3 M).
22.86 M
Surface:
Cement concrete (TWY edge: bituminous concrete)
Strength:
- PCN 90/R/B/W/T (A portion of length 378.42 M from edge of RWY 25R/07L).
- PCN 61/R/B/X/T(Remaining portion: length 76.3M).
PCN 61/R/B/X/T
P6
Width:
- 29 M (A portion of length 53 M from edge of RWY 25R/07L)
- 23 M (Remaining portion: length 311.2 M).
Surface:
Cement concrete (TWY edge: bituminous concrete)
Strength:
- PCN 90/R/B/W/T (A portion of length 53 M from edge of RWY 25R/07L).
- PCN 61/R/B/X/T(Remaining portion: length 311.2 M).
S1 (Connecting TWY)
Width:
95 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength
PCN 61/R/B/X/T
S3 (Vacated connecting TWY)
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength
PCN 61/R/B/X/T
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
S4, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10 (Connecting TWY)
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
- PCN 61/R/B/X/T
- Note: TWY S9 only used for aircraft up to ATR72 and equivalent.
S5 (Connecting TWY)
Width:
45 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 61/R/B/X/T
V (Parallel TWY)
Width:
- 23 M (From S10 to S5).
- 36 M (From S5 to S1).
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 61/R/B/X/T
S (Parallel TWY)
Width:
23 M (From S1 to S5).
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 85/R/B/W/T
Z1 (Connecting TWY)
Width:
45 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 85/R/B/X/T
Z (Connecting TWY)
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 87/R/B/W/T
Z6, Z7 (Connecting TWY)
Width:
24 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 87/R/B/W/T
P2
To be advised later
3
Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation
Location:
Nil
Elevation:
Nil
Elevation:
4
VOR checkpoints
Nil
5
INS checkpoints
Nil
6
Remarks
- Taxilanes Z2, Z3, Z4 (Surface: Cement concrete)
+ Z2: PCN 61/R/B/X/T
+ Z3: PCN 85/R/B/X/T
+ Z4: PCN 69 R/B/X/T
+ Only used for aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 36 M.
Nil

VVTS 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 at all intersections with TWY, RWY and at all holding positions.
Guide lines at apron.

Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) at Tan Son Nhat International Airport is Safedock type T3-9 (T-types), available at stand number 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22.
a. Limitations of speed during entry into stand using visual docking system (VDGS):
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 4 m/s within the distance from 20 M and beyond to the stop line of aircraft.
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 2 m/s within the distance from 20 M to 3 M to the stop line of aircraft (within remaining distance, reduce speed and stop at the stop line of aircraft).
b. The maximum distance between the center of the nose wheel of aircraft and the center of the stop line of aircraft: +1 M (after the stop line of aircraft); -0.5 M (before the stop line of aircraft).
2
RWY and TWY marking and lighting
RWY:
Marking:Designation, THR, TDZ, centre line, edge line and end of RWY.marked
Lights:
RWYRunway 07R/25L: THR, edge, centre lineend, TDZ, wing bars, sequenced flashing, THR identification, immediate holding position, RWY end.
RWY 07L/25R: THR, edge, wing bars, sequenced flashing, immediate holding positionlighted.
TWY:
Marking: Designation, centreCentre linelines, edgeholding linepositions at all TWY/RWY intersections marked.
Lights:

TWY edge lights at TWYs: S, S1, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, Z, Z1, Z2, Z3, Z4, Z6, Z7, V, P1, P5, P6.lighted
3
Stop bars light
Stop bars lightswhere at TWYs: S1, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, P1, P5, P6.appropriate
4
Remarks
Nil

VVTS AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2
OBST ID/
Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT
Markings/Type, colour
Remarks
VVTSOB001
Tree
104836.3N
1063803.3E
16/10 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB002
Tree
104838.9N
1063801.9E
22/17 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB003
Lamp pole
104837.4N
1063800.6E
23/17 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB004
Lamp pole
104835.0N
1063801.4E
24/18 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB005
Building
104824.6N
1063743.7E
31/25 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB006
Building
104807.1N
1063704.4E
51/46 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB007
TWR
104856.8N 1063945.3E81/70 M
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB008
Weather radar
104916.2N
1064014.7E
42/33 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB009
Building
104943.8N
1064002.8E
25/13 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB010
Building
104945.4N
1064016.5E
28/12 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB011
Building
104938.7N
1064014.6E
25/11 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB012
Tree
104939.1N
1064011.2E
21/12 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB013
Building
104938.7N
1064025.4E
22/11 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB014
Building
104941.1N
1064027.4E
27/16 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB015
Building
104941.3N
1064043.4E
28/16 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB016
Antenna
104947.9N
1064051.4E
37/27 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB017
Building
104938.0N
1064050.0E
30/17 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB018
Building
104932.2N
1064048.8E
28/13 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB019
Building
104928.6N
1064049.4E
39/12 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB020
Building
104922.6N
1064029.2E
31/16 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB021
Tree
104946.6N
1064017.6E
27/17 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB022
Antenna
104948.6N
1064028.1E
45/35 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB023
Tree
104907.0N
1063824.6E
27/21 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB024
Tree
104906.4N
1063821.4E
31/25 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB025
Antenna
104902.5N
1063813.9E
25/18 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB026
Building
104900.5N
1063808.5E
21/12 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB027
Building
104856.4N
1063757.7E
22/11 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB028
Building
104852.0N
1063900.0E
16/7 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB029
Building
104839.4N
1063746.6E
23/18 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB030
Tree
104842.9N
1063759.0E
22/10 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB031
Tree
104829.1N
1063802.5E
34/28 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB032
Building
104859.0N
1063756.5E
36/28 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB033
Antenna
104834.7N
1063736.8E
30/25 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB034
Antenna
104831.4N
1063726.8E
35/30 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB035
Building
104819.0N
1063848.8E
65/57 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB036
Building
104804.8N
1063733.8E
63/58 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB037
Building
104803.7N
1063903.0E
72/66 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB038
Building
104802.6N
1063911.3E
67/61 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB039
Antenna
104807.8N
1063942.2E
65/58 M
LGTD/MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB040
Antenna
104825.8N
1064025.6E
102/93 M
LGTD/MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB041
Building
104802.6N
1064015.0E
76/70 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB042
Building
104802.6N
1064057.2E
77/73 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB043
Building
104731.4N
1064050.8E
93/89 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB044
Building
104737.5N
1063947.9E
80/75 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB045
Building
104717.7N
1063859.1E
88/82 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB046
Tree
104836.3N
1063800.9E
23/18 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB047
Building
104723.2N
1063821.4E
87/80 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB048
Building
104725.0N
1063736.6E
81/76 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB049
Antenna
104635.1N
1064031.3E
126/123 M
LGTD/MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB050
Antenna
104640.9N
1064047.5E
124/120 M
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB051
Antenna
104649.0N
1064201.3E
158/149 M
LGTD/MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB052
Building
104702.6N
1064212.9E
157/144 M
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB053
Building
104749.9N
1064211.1E
101/99 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB054
Building
104800.3N
1064307.1E
155/154 M
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB055
Building
104854.0N
1064057.9E
78/63 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB056
Building
104857.1N
1064205.0E
76/74 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB057
Building
104900.3N
1064227.4E
85/74 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB058
Electric pole
104907.8N
1064117.6E
63/53 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB059
Electric pole
104913.1N
1064135.3E
70/60 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB060
Electric pole
104916.0N
1064146.1E
58/55 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB061
Electric pole
104919.0N
1064157.6E
56/54 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB062
Building
104931.8N
1063748.7E
64/56 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB063
Building
104943.6N
1063747.3E
57/53 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB064
Building
104952.5N
1063715.7E
67/62 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB065
Building
104947.0N
1063635.7E
57/52 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB066
Antenna
105044.4N
1063730.9E
96/92 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB067
Antenna
105056.1N
1063745.3E
131/126 M
LGTD/MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB068
Antenna
105057.8N
1063740.0E
127/122 M
LGTD/MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB069
Antenna
105130.6N
1063753.2E
91/86 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB070
Building
105110.6N
1063958.2E
57/45 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB071
Antenna
105015.8N
1064026.7E
57/51 M
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB072
Building
105037.8N
1064024.8E
71/64 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB073
Building
105101.9N
1064024.0E
58/51 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB074
Building
105105.0N
1063912.6E
65/55 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB075
Building
104846.4N
1063958.1E
63/54 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB076
Water tower
104856.7N
1064001.5E
60/51 M
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVTSOB077
Building
104935.3N
1064027.2E
21/9 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB078
Building
104936.7N
1064029.0E
23/11 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB079
Building
104937.9N
1064034.4E
26/15 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB080
Antenna
104947.9N
1064051.4E
37/27 M
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB081
Power line
105021.9N
1064236.7E
74/71 M
LGTD
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07R/25L
VVTSOB082
Building
104943.7N
1064013.9E
26/10 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
VVTSOB083
Tree
104946.9N
1064025.0E
33/23 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
VVTSOB084
Tree
104846.9N
1063759.4E
21/16 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
VVTSOB085
Tree
104848.0N
1063757.6E
23/17 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
VVTSOB086
Building
104840.2N
1063716.3E
35/31 M
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 07L/25R
In approach/TKOF areas
In circling area and at AD
Remarks
123
abcab
07L/APCH
25R/TKOF
Nil
Water tower
27 M/88 FT
Nil
3.5 KM FM
ARP BRG
081°
Lai Thieu Church
44 M/144 FT
Nil
10 KM FM ARP
BRG 022°
07R/APCH
25L/TKOF
Antenna
46 M/151 FT
LGTD
2.3 KM FM ARP
BRG 270°
Huyen Si Church
65 M/213 FT
6.3 KM FM ARP
BRG 154°
25L/APCH
07R/TKOF
Antenna
53 M/174 FT
LGTD
2.1 KM FM ARP
BRG 206°
Tan Dinh Church
55 M/180 FT
Nil
4.8 KM FM ARP
BRG 138°
25R/APCH
07R/TKOF
Tower
38 M/125 FT
LGTD
480 M FM ARP
BRG 190°
TV mast
135 M/443 FT
LGTD
5 KM FM ARP
BRG 312°
Thu Duc Church
31 M/102 FT
Nil
11 KM FM ARP
BRG 073°
Radio mast
90 M/295 FT
LGTD
4.5 KM FM ARP
BRG 315°
In Area 2
OBST ID/
Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT
Height above a plane surface having a 1.2 per cent slope
Remarks
VVTSOB001
Tree
104834.9N
1063805.4E
15.5 M/10.2 M9.7 M
Nil
VVTSOB002
Range of trees
104838.9N
1063801.9E
21.3 M/16.1 M14.9 M
Nil
VVTSOB003
Tree
104837.4N
1063800.6E
22.6 M/17.0 M15.2 M
Nil
VVTSOB004
Tree
104835.0N
1063801.4E
23.8 M/18.0 M16.1 M
Nil
VVTSOB005
Building
104829.4N
1063758.0E
29.0 M/23.2 M20.4 M
Building of Gia Hoi company
VVTSOB006
Building
104807.1N
1063704.4E
50.8 M/45.8 M21.9 M
Aeon mall supermarket

VVTS AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION

1
Associated MET Office
Tan Son Nhat METOffice
2
Hours of service
H24
3
Office responsible for TAF preparation
Tan Son Nhat MET Office
Periods of validity
30 HR (04 times per day with effect at 0000, 0600, 1200, 1800 UTC; issued 1HR before TAF message validity)
4
Trend forecast
TREND
Periods of validity
2 HR
5
Briefing/consultation provided
Personal consultation
6
Flight documentation
Charts
Language(s) used
English, Vietnamese
7
Charts and other information available for briefing or consultation
S, U₈₅, U₇₀, U₅₀, U₃₀, U₂₀, P₈₅, P₇₀, P₅₀, P₄₀, P₃₀, P₂₀
SWH, SWM
8
Supplementary equipment available for providing information
Briefing terminal
9
ATS units provided with information
Tan Son Nhat TWR, Tan Son Nhat APP, Ho Chi Minh ACC and Tan Son Nhat GND CTL
10
Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
AFTN/AMHS address: VVTSYMYX

VVTS AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY
NR
TRUE BRG
Dimensions of RWY (M)
Strength (PCN) surface of RWY and SWY
THR coordinatesco-ordinates
THR ELEVelevation and highest ELEV of TDZ of precision APP RWY
123456
07L69.10069°3 050048 x 45.72
90PCN 85/R/B/W/T
Cement concreteBituminousconcrete
104854.07N06N
1063813.65E63E
THR 6.21 M/20 FT
25R25 R249.10°3 050048 x 45.72
90PCN 85/R/B/W/T
Cement concreteBituminousconcrete
104929.48N52N
1063947.43E57E
THR 109.09 M/32 FT
07R69.10°069˚3 828800 x 45.72
PCN 63/R/B/X/T
Cement concrete
104840104841.93N61N
10638121063814.58E75E
THR 5.47 M/18 FT
07R
(displaced)
69.10°069˚3 828800 x 45.72
PCN 63/R/B/X/T
Cement concrete
104849.86N80N
1063836.22E18E
THR 7.23 M/24 FT
25L249.10°˚3 828800 x 45.72
PCN 63/R/B/X/T
Cement concrete
104925.37N40N
1064010.31E37E
THR 9.89 M/32 FT
Slope of RWY-SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
RESA dimensions (M)
OFZ
Remarks
78910111213
0.13%310 x 45310 x 1503 683 x 300160 x 90
Nil
Nil
0.13%203 x 45310 x 1503 683 x 30090 x 90
Nil
Nil
0.11%150 x 45300 x 1504 218 x 30090 x 90
Nil
Nil
0.11%120 x 45300 x 1504 218 x 30090 x 90
Nil
Nil
Slope of RWY-SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
OFZ
Remarks
789101112
0.13%310 x 45.72310 x 1503 668 x 150
Nil
Nil
0.13%310 x 45.72310 x 1503 668 x 150
Nil
Nil
0.11%300 x 45.72300 x 3004 400 x 300
Nil
Nil
0.11%300 x 45.72300 x 3004 400 x 300
Nil
Nil

VVTS AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator
TORA (M)
TODA (M)
ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
07L3 0500483 3603583 3603583 050048
Nil
25R3 0500483 3603583 2533583 050048
Nil
07R3 8288004 12810034 9781003 059
Displaced THR
25L3 8288004 12810034 9481003 828800
Nil
RWY Designator
Remaining TORA (M)
Remaining TODA (M)
Remaining ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
789101112
25L3 1083 3133 313NU
From intersection with TWY E4
25R
To be advised later
To be advised later
To be advised later
2 8123 2183 218NU
IntersectionFrom betweenintersection RWYwith 25R and TWY P2NS1
07R3 0593 3593 209359NU
IntersectionFrom betweenintersection RWYwith 07R and TWY S8W7
25L3 2283 5283 348NU
Intersection between RWY 25L and TWY S3

VVTS AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY Designator
APCH LGT Type
LEN
INTST
THR LGT
Colour
WBAR
VASIS (MEHT)
PAPI
TDZ
LGT
LEN
RWY Centre Line LGT
Length,
Colour,
Spacing
INTST
RWY edge LGT
LEN, Spacing
Colour, INTST
RWY End LGT
Colour, WBAR
SWY LGT
LEN (M) Colour
Remarks
12345678910
07L
SALS
420 M
LIM
Green
PAPI
Left/3˚
Nil
Nil
3 048 M 60 M White
end 600 M yellow, LIH
Red
Nil
Nil
25R
SALS
420 M
LIH
Green
PAPI Left/3˚
Nil
Nil
3 048 M 60 M White
end 600 M yellow, LIH
Red
Nil
Nil
07R
SALS
420 M
LIH
Green
PAPI Left/3˚
Nil
3 800 M 15 M
W/R
3 800 M 60 M White
end 600 M yellow, LIH
Red
Nil
Nil
25L
CAT II
900 M
LIH
Green
PAPI Left/3˚
900 M
3 800 M 15 M
W/R
3 800 M 60 M White, end 600 M yellow, LIH
Red
Nil
Nil

VVTS AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1
ABN/IBN location, characteristics
ABN: At Tower Building (TWR), FLG W and G, RPM 12 OPS on request
Hours of operation
OPS on request
2
LDI location and LGT
LDI: Nil
Anemometer location and LGT
Anemometer: 200 M on the North FM RCL of RWY 25L, lighted
3
TWY edge and centre line lighting
Edge: All TWYs except W1 and W2/Centre line: All TWYs to RWY25L
4
Secondary power supply/switch-over time
Secondary power supply: available for all lights at AD
Switch-over time: Less than 07 SEC for CAT I and 01 SEC for CAT II
5
Remarks
Nil

VVTS AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

Nil

VVTS AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1
Designation and lateral limits
Tan Son Nhat CTR: A circle radius 10 KM centred at DVOR/DME TSN (104859N – 1063844E)
2
Vertical limits
SFC to 750 M (2 500 FT)
3
Airspace classification
C
4
ATS unit call sign
Tan Son Nhat Tower
Language(s)
English, Vietnamese
5
Transition altitude
2 750 M MSL
6
Remarks
Nil

VVTS AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of operation
Remarks
12345
APP
Tan Son Nhat ARR
126.35 MHzH24
Primary frequency
127.725 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
Tan Son Nhat TMC
125.5 MHzH24
Primary frequency
124.075 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
TWR
Tan Son Nhat Tower
118.7 MHzH24
Primary frequency
130.0 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
Tan Son Nhat Delivery
121.8 MHzH24
Primary frequency
123.6 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
GND
Tan Son Nhat GroundGND 1CTL
121.9 MHzH24
Primary frequency
121.9756 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
Tan Son Nhat Ground 2
121.6 MHzH24
Primary frequency
121.75 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
ATIS
Tan Son Nhat
128.0 MHzH24
Power: 40W broadcast 15 seconds interval

VVTS AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid
ID
Frequency
Hours of operation
PositionSite of transmitting antenna
coordinatesCoordinates
ELEVElevation of DME transmitting
antenna
Remarks
1234567
DVOR/DMETSN116.7 MHz
CH 114X
H24
104859.2N16N
1063844.1E07E
Coverage: 320 KM.
400 M FM THR RWY 07R (displaced), 200 M FM RCL RWY 07R
Coverage: 320 KM.
400 M FM THR RWY 07R (displaced), 200 M FM RCL RWY 07R
NDBSG326 KHzH24
105117.9N70N
1064508.0E16E
Coverage: 11.5 NM.
069° MAG/9 670 M FM THR RWY 25L
NDBTD358 KHzH24
105129.0N03N
106450410645'04.0E06E
Coverage: 53.9 NM.

069° MAG/10 30110301 M FM THR RWY 25R
NDBGN343 KHzH24
104936.7N84N
1064040.4E71E
Coverage: 12 NM.

069° MAG/977 M FM THR RWY 25L
ILS/LLZ

RWY 25R
HCM110.5 MHzH24
104849.9N
1063802.7E
104849.92N
1063802.70E
Coverage: 25 NM.
249° MAG/340 M FM THR RWY 07L
Coverage: 25 NM.
249°MAG/340 M FM THR RWY 07L
ILS/GP-DME

RWY 25R
HCM329.6 MHz
CH 42X
H24
104929.5N50N
1063936.4E44E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.

Northern of RWY 25R, 120 M FM RCL and 314 M FM THR RWY 25R
ILS/LLZ

RWY 25L
SGN108.3 MHz3MHzH24
104837.8N75N
1063804.3E25E
Coverage: 25 NM.

268 M FM THR RWY 07R
ILS/GP-DME CAT II

RWY 25L
SGN334.1 MHz1MHz
CH 20X
H24
104925.3N32N
1063959.8E77E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.

Northern of RWY 25L, 112 M FM RCL and 300 M FM THR RWY 25L
ILS/LLZ
RWY 07R
ITS111.7 MHzH24
104929.1N
1064020.3E
Coverage: 25 NM.
Located on the extended RCL, 325 M FM THR RWY 25L
ILS/GP-DME CAT II
RWY 07R
ITS333.5 MHz
CH 54X
H24
104849.7N
1063846.8E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.
300 M FM THR RWY 07R, 120 M FM RCL.
ILS/LLZ
RWY 07R
ITS111.7 MHzH24
104929.15N
1064020.30E
Coverage: 25 NM.
Located on extended RCL, 325 M FM THR RWY 25L
ILS/GP-DME CAT II
RWY 07R
ITS333.5 MHz
CH 54X
H24
104849.69N
1063846.86E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.
300 M FM THR RWY 07R, 120 M FM RCL.

VVTS AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1 Airport Regulations
1.1 
At Tan Son Nhat International Airport a number of local regulations have been applied. The regulations are published in a manual which is available at the ATS Reporting Office or the AIS Briefing office. This manual includes, among other subjects, the followings:
  1. The meaning of markings and signs;
  2. Information about aircraft stands including visual docking guidance systems;
  3. Information about taxiing to and from aircraft stands including taxi clearance;
  4. Limitations in the operation of large aircraft including limitations in the use of the aircraft’s own power for taxiing;
  5. Assistance from marshalled assistance and towing.
1.2 
Information of delivery
Before pushing-back/starting-up for departure, departing aircraft contact Tan Son Nhat ATC Clearance Delivery (Tan Son Nhat Delivery) to request ATC clearance.
Note:
  • Pilot shall read-back exactly and fully ATC clearance;
  • In case of failure to establish contact with Tan Son Nhat Delivery to obtain ATC clearance before aircraft pushing-back/starting-up, pilot shall contact Tan Son Nhat GCU to obtain relevant information.
2 Taxiing to and from stands
2.1
Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand number by Tan Son Nhat Ground Control Unit. “Follow-me” car assistance will be provided at request of operators or pilots.
2.2
The responsibility area of Tan Son Nhat GCUDeparting aircraft shall contact Tan Son Nhat Ground Control Unit to obtain ATC clearance before commencing taxiing on the frequency 121.9 MHz (main) and 121.6 MHz (stand-by).
- Is limited from aircraft parking stands to holding positions before aircraft enter RWY 25L/07R and from the positions after aircraft vacate RWY 25L/07R to stands at Tan Son Nhat Aerodrome.
- Is divided into 2 sectors (Sector 1 and Sector 2): The sector boundary is the lines connecting 5 points with coordinates as follows:
  • P1: 104859.10N 1063942.70E;
  • P2: 104859.70N 1063933.20E;
  • P3: 104847.25N 1063932.07E;
  • P4: 104847.47N 1063928.93E;
  • P5: 104846.30N 1063925.60E.
2.2.1 Sector 1:
Call sign: TAN SON NHAT GROUND 1
Area of responsibility: is a portion of the responsibility area of Tan Son Nhat GCU, limited from the dividing boundary of 2 sectors to RWY 25L/07R.
Frequency:
  • Primary frequency: 121.9 MHz;
  • Secondary frequency: 121.975 MHz;
  • Emergency frequency: 121.5 MHz.
2.2.2 Sector 2:
Call sign: TAN SON NHAT GROUND 2
Area of responsibility: is a portion of responsibility area of GCU, limited from the dividing boundary of 2 sectors to the domestic terminal and the cargo terminal.
Frequency:
  • Primary frequency: 121.6 MHz;
  • Secondary frequency: 121.75 MHz;
  • Emergency frequency: 121.5 MHz.
2.2.3 Transfer of control point
Transfer of control points between Sector 1 and Sector 2:
  • Intersection between the dividing boundary of 2 Sectors and TWY S5;
  • Intersection between the dividing boundary of 2 Sectors and TWY Z1.
2.2.4 Transfer of control points between Sector 1 and Tan Son Nhat TWR:
  • For departure aircraft: Holding positions that the departing aircraft approaching RWY 25L/07R on TWYs S1, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9 and S10.
  • For arrival aircraft: Holding positions that the arriving aircraft vacating RWY 25L/07R onto the TWYs S1, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9 and S10.
Note: Based on actual operational situation, air traffic controllers of 2 sectors may coordinate and agree on the time of transfer of control.
2.3
When parking on stand 1E, aircraft is not allowed to start up engine.
Aircraft taxiing to and from stands have to follow procedures indicated hereafter and in Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - ICAO.
2.4
When parking on stand 50, aircraft is not allowed to start up engine.
3 School and training flights – technical test flights
School and training flights must only be made after permission has been obtained from ATS authority.
4 Operational capability of aircraft stands
Aircraft stand
Usage
- Used for aircraft up to A320 and equivalent
- Used for aircraft up to code E and equivalent
- Equipped with Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS)
- Used for aircraft up to B747-400 and equivalent
- Equipped with Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS)
- Used for aircraft up to B747-400 and equivalent
- Used for aircraft up to code C and equivalent
- Used for aircraft up to code E and equivalent
- Used for aircraft up to B787 and equivalent
- Used for aircraft up to code F and equivalent
- Used for aircraft in case emergency, unlawful interference
Stands 18, 19 are not used for 02 aircraft B747-400 simultaneously. In case stand 18 is used for aircraft B747-400, stand 19 used for aircraft up to code C and equivalent and vice versa.
When aircraft code E taxi via TWY Z1 toward TWY V → TWY Z1 → TWY S5:
  • Stand 40 is normal operation;
  • Aircraft is allowed to park at stand 37.
When aircraft code E taxi via TWY Z1 toward TWY S5 → TWY Z1 → TWY V:
  • Stand 37 is normal operation;
  • Aircraft is allowed to park at stand 40.
When aircraft code E park at stand 1E (emergency), TWY S1 is only used for aircraft up to code C and equivalent.
When aircraft code E park at stand 2E (emergency), TWY P6 is only used for aircraft up to code C and equivalent.

VVTS AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Nil

VVTS AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH
1.1 General procedures
1.1.1 For RNAV 1 SID/STAR and RNP APCH operations, the aircraft shall be GNSS equipped and the navigation systems shall meet ICAO RNAV 1 and RNP APCH standard of accuracy.
1.1.2 Pilots are responsible for checking RAIM Prediction in accordance with operational procedure for RAIM Prediction Service.
1.1.3 Aircraft operators/pilots who are not approved to fly RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH based on GNSS shall inform ATC and expect radar vectors on the track of available procedures or expect conventional procedures where applicable.
1.1.4 For RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs operation at Tan Son Nhat Aerodrome, radar surveillance is mandatory.
1.5 A set of transition routes have been designed to link RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs with the existing ATS routes.
1.1.6 When air traffic condition permits, ATC will issue "Direct to" clearance or vector aircraft using possible shortest tracks in order to intercept the related airway.
1.2 Operational procedure
1.2.1 Aircraft operators/pilots expecting to use RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH at Tan Son Nhat Aerodrome, shall fill appropriate navigation capability indicators into FPL, as follows:
  • Insert R (PBN approved) into item 10a;
  • Insert D1 (RNP 1 all permitted sensors) or D2 (RNAV 1 GNSS), S1 (RNP APCH) or S2 (RNP APCH with BARO-VNAV) after PBN/ in item 18;
  • Specify equipment to support each type of navigation capability in item 18 and insert them into item 10a (G, D, I for D1 or G for D2, S1 and S2).
1.2.2 Aircraft operators/pilots and aircraft shall ensure the approval of the RF function and notify ATC before being issued clearance for en-route in order to operate the SID procedures which requires the function to make the turn with the radius (RF leg).
1.2.3 At system initialization, pilots must verify that the navigation database has been updated according to the current time and confirm that the aircraft position has been entered correctly. Pilots must confirm proper entry of their ATC assigned route upon initial clearance; and any subsequent change of route, pilots must ensure the waypoints sequence, depicted by navigation system, matches the route depicted on the appropriate chart(s) and their assigned route.
1.2.4 Pilots must not fly an RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH unless it is retrievable by route name from the on board navigation database and conforms to the charted route (the route may subsequently be modified through the insertion or deletion of specific waypoints in response to ATC clearances). The manual entry, or creation of new waypoints by manual entry of latitude and longitude or rho/theta values is not permitted. Additionally, pilots must not change any RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH database waypoint type from a fly-by waypoint to a fly-over waypoint or vice versa.
1.2.5 Pilots shall comply with an ATC assigned level. Pilots shall also adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on the cleared RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH. ATC clearance will take precedence when the ATC clearance does not allow the pilot to adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on these procedures.
1.2.6 If ATC issues an instruction taking the aircraft off a procedure, the pilot should not modify the flight plan in the RNAV system until a clearance is received to rejoin the procedure or the controller confirms a new procedure clearance. When the aircraft is not on the published procedure, the specified accuracy requirement does not apply.
1.2.7 The phraseology used by ATC and pilots concerning RNAV 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH operations shall be compliant with Doc 4444 PANS-ATM.
1.3 For departure aircraft
1.3.1 The procedure for departing aircraft consists of two main elements:
  • SID; and
  • TRANSITION route, if necessary.
1.3.2 A TRANSITION route starts at the end of SID to a waypoint from which the aircraft will intercept the ATS route.
1.3.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate departing aircraft from obstacles and arriving aircraft.
1.3.4 ATC shall issue clearance for departing aircraft including the following contents:
  • Call sign;
  • Clearance limit, normally destination aerodrome;
  • SID and TRANSITION route if necessary;
  • Route;
  • Assigned flight level/altitude;
  • SSR code; and
  • Any other related instructions or information not contained in the SID description.
Note: In case of a clearance provided SID without assigned altitude/flight level, the pilot is not allowed to reduce the altitude/flight level itself on the SID vertical profile. Pilot shall re-confirm with ATC to assign specific altitude/flight level to ensure flight safety.
1.4 For arrival aircraft
1.4.1 Procedures for arriving aircraft consist of two main elements:
  • STAR; and
  • TRANSITION route if necessary.
1.4.2 A TRANSITION route starts at a waypoint on the ATS route to the waypoint that starts the STAR.
1.4.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate arriving aircraft from obstacles and departing aircraft.
1.4.4 Approach clearances shall be issued by ATC depending on practical operation conditions.
1.4.5 ATC shall issue clearance for arriving aircraft including the following contents:
  • Call sign;
  • STAR and TRANSITION route, if necessary;
  • Runway-in-use;
  • Assigned flight level/altitude; and
  • Any other related instructions or information not contained in the STAR description.
Notes:
  • In case of a clearance provided STAR without assigned altitude/flight level, the pilot is not allowed to reduce the altitude/flight level itself on the STAR vertical profile. Pilot shall re-confirm with ATC to assign specific altitude/flight level to ensure flight safety.
  • For flights from the Southwest (departing from Phu Quoc and Rach Gia Aerodromes ...) to Tan Son Nhat Aerodrome, pilots shall make flight plan following ATS route ... - TRN – BITIS to operate STAR RNAV 1.
  • In case of operational reasons, the pilot cannot make flight plan following ATS route mentioned above, aircraft shall be radar vectored to BITIS to comply with RNAV 1 STAR procedures system.
1.5 Speed control
1.5.1 In order to facilitate the flow of arriving aircraft within Tan Son Nhat TMA, speed control is applied to optimize the spacing between aircraft and improve the orderly flow of air traffic.
1.5.2 Unless instructed by ATC, all aircraft navigating under conditions of RNAV 1 SID/STAR and RNP APCH shall confirm to the speed restrictions in these procedures.
1.5.3 When necessary, speed adjustment may be applied on a tactical basic to the extent determined by ATC. When speed adjustment is no longer required, the phraseology “Resume normal speed” shall be used.
Note: The phrase “Resume normal speed” does not eliminate the speed restrictions that are applicable to these procedures in upcoming segments of flight.
1.5.4 If unable to comply with speed restrictions, pilots must immediately inform ATC and state the speed to be used.
1.6 Contingency procedures
1.6.1 Aircraft unable to comply with RNAV 1 or RNP APCH requirements
If unable to comply with RNAV 1 or RNP APCH requirements, pilots shall inform ATC and expect radar vectors on the track of published RNAV 1 procedures or expect conventional procedures where applicable.
1.6.2 Aircraft experiencing degradation or failure of RNAV System or GNSS signal
When an aircraft cannot meet the requirements of RNAV 1 or RNP APCH compliance as a result of a failure or degradation of RNAV System or failure GNSS signal, pilots shall notify ATC and expect radar vectors on the track of available procedures or expect conventional procedures where applicable.
1.6.3 Aircraft experiencing bad weather
  • When an aircraft flying on RNAV 1 or RNP APCH procedure encounters bad weather which is likely to impact the aircraft’s adherence to the cleared procedure, pilot will notify ATC and request a revised clearance.
  • ATC clearance "Direct to" will be used for aircraft to avoid bad weather, where applicable. In case bad weather area affects important points of RNAV 1 procedures, radar vector shall be applied by ATC for all aircraft.
1.6.4 Radio communications failure procedure
In case of a radio communication failure, the pilots are expected to follow the procedures given below:
  • Set transponder to Mode A/C code 7600.
  • Arriving aircraft continue on the assigned STAR procedure, comply with vertical and speed restrictions and at the end of the STAR make appropriate approach procedures.
  • Departing aircraft continue on the assigned SID procedure comply with vertical and speed restrictions and further climb to cruising level as mentioned in the current FPL.
1.6.5 Radar failure procedure
  • ATC expect to apply non-radar procedural control for all aircraft until radar surveillance system resumes normal operation.
1.6.6 Procedure for changing runway-in-use
  • ATC shall assign time to change the runway-in-use, and determine aircraft sequence in order to notify and issue suitable SID/STAR RNAV 1 and RNP APCH clearances for pilots.
  • In case of necessity, radar vectoring will be used by ATC to deal with complicated situations.
2 The coordinates table of SID/STAR RNAV 1 (Trombone) and SID/STAR/TRANSITION/IAP RNAV 1 (Point Merge System) waypoints
2.1 The coordinates table of SID/STAR RNAV 1 waypoints (Trombone)
NR
Waypoints
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remarks
1ANHOA094714.0N 1055430.0E
2ANTRI110941.4N 1071410.5E
3BAOMY105215.0N 1071945.0E
4BASON103506.0N 1060004.0E
5BITIS101559.0N 1061454.0E
6DOVIN115501.0N 1080629.0E
7ELSAS100812.0N 1073254.0E
8KADUM112126.0N 1070334.0E
9KANTA102334.0N 1060555.0E
10KIBEK104518.2N 1062916.9E
11LANHI102422N 1071129E
12LATHA100818.0N 1063801.0E
13LEEMA105226.9N 1064810.9E
14LKH114515.0N 1082119.0ENAVAID
15MALAY101047.2N 1062435.0E
16MEKIN111825.8N 1073204.1E
17MISAN102850N 1060300E
18MULAN104552.7N 1062904.3E
19NIXUP092321.0N 1063750.0E
20PATMA122011.0N 1074836.0E
21POTIX101405.0N 1053700.0E
22PTH105541.0N 1080419.0ENAVAID
23RWY07L104854.07N 1063813.65ETHR
24RWY07R104840.93N 1063812.58ETHR
25RWY25L104925.37N 1064010.31ETHR
26RWY25R104929.48N 1063947.43E
27SAPEN110112.0N 1061100.0E
28SOKAN105213.0N 1065417.2E
29TANOS104254.6N 1071925.0E
30TRN100500.0N 1054220.0ENAVAID
31TS001104827.9N 1065544.6E
32TS002104442.8N 1065711.9E
33TS003104057.7N 1065839.3E
34TS004103712.6N 1070006.6E
35TS005103327.6N 1070133.9E
36TS006102942.5N 1070301.3E
37TS007103213.6N 1070939.3E
38TS008104634.5N 1070405.1E
39TS009103056.3N 1065455.9E
40TS010104420.9N 1064943.5E
41TS011104046.9N 1064020.3E
42TS012103723.8N 1063125.6E
43TS014102324.7N 1065132.8E
44TS015104621.1N 1063204.8E
45TS016105447.6N 1062848.1E
46TS017103058.4N 1063432.5E
47TS018103250.4N 1064628.5E
48TS019104400.3N 1065956.2E
49TS020104112.0N 1061831.2E
50TS021104347.2N 1062519.5E
51TS022104220.8N 1062131.9E
52TS023104054.4N 1061744.3E
53TS024103927.9N 1061356.8E
54TS025103254.0N 1061629.6E
55TS026103839.3N 1063139.8E
56TS027104229.8N 1064611.0E
57TS028104536.8N 1065757.6E
58TS029103205.4N 1063412.6E
59TS030104728.2N 1061511.4E
60TS031105020.9N 1062246.8E
61TS032105610.5N 1062246.8E
62TS033100817.7N 1065212.7E
63TS034105149.9N 1064557.6E
64TS035105350.2N 1070522.1E
65TS036110119.7N 1070955.5E
66TS037103827.8N 1065807.4E
67TS038102633.7N 1064446.4E
68TS039101713.2N 1064456.3E
69TS040110112.5N 1064219.0E
70TS041105736.4N 1063249.5E
71TS042101502.7N 1063659.0E
72TS043101458.2N 1065100.2E
73VETOM111359.0N 1073627.0E
74VICAL100846.9N 1064502.0E
75VIMBU102433.0N 1053052.0E
76YANKI105226.4N 1064736.4E
2.2 The coordinates table of SID/STAR/TRANSITION/IAP RNAV 1 waypoints - Point Merge System

NR
Waypoints
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remarks
1ANHOA094714.000N 1055430.000E
2ANSUP105850.692N 1071352.079E
3ANTRI110941.423N 1071410.485E
4BASON103506.000N 1060004.000E
5BITIS101559.000N 1061454.000E
6BOMSU105437.875N 1065359.311E
7BUTGA111722.286N 1064357.707E
8DALAP110050.955N 1072321.827E
9DILIN113613.277N 1080819.311E
10DOVIN115501.000N 1080629.000E
11ELSAS100812.000N 1073254.000E
12ENROP103436.555N 1063839.297E
13GOMIN102905.269N 1071436.448E
14KADUM112126.000N 1070334.000E
15KANTA102334.000N 1060555.000E
16LANHI102422.000N 1071129.000E
17LATHA100818.000N 1063801.000E
18LETRO102837.458N 1065053.417E
19LOTVU104152.594N 1061152.451E
20MALAY101047.182N 1062435.008E
21MISAN102850.000N 1060300.000E
22NIXUP092321.000N 1063750.000E
23NOKUM103455.833N 1063504.224E
24NUNGO111654.934N 1065037.384E
25PATMA122011.000N 1074836.000E
26POTIX101405.000N 1053700.000E
27PTH105541.000N 1080419.000EVOR/DME
28RINKU105204.470N 1083229.442E
29RUNSI103532.222N 1070856.890E
30RW07L104854.074N 1063813.648E
31RW07R104849.856N 1063836.223EDTHR
32RW25L104925.371N 1064010.310E
33RW25R104929.480N 1063947.432E
34SAMDU104053.045N 1062704.614E
35SAPEN110112.000N 1061100.000E
36SOKAN105213.005N 1065417.156E
37TANOS104254.621N 1071924.958E
38TRN100500.000N 1054220.000EVOR/DME
39TS414105134.623N 1064552.927E
40TS416105249.791N 1064912.348E
41TS424105138.765N 1064530.124E
42TS426105302.523N 1064912.337E
43TS432103229.756N 1065810.299E
44TS434103510.860N 1070503.428E
45TS436104007.643N 1071030.936E
46TS438104543.573N 1071331.149E
47TS442111426.941N 1065720.001E
48TS444111236.943N 1070303.340E
49TS446110912.564N 1070758.995E
50TS448110431.712N 1071141.094E
51TS452105158.296N 1071436.648E
52TS454105156.751N 1071638.595E
53TS456104504.564N 1071526.502E
54TS458103855.060N 1071208.243E
55TS462110630.557N 1071251.158E
56TS464111039.996N 1070923.040E
57TS466111424.833N 1070357.804E
58TS468111625.843N 1065740.095E
59TS482110339.113N 1062844.287E
60TS484105135.005N 1062513.649E
61TS488103328.624N 1070607.989E
62TS492103218.273N 1064139.799E
63TS496104053.365N 1062937.140E
64TS498104352.094N 1062653.519E
65TS514104640.025N 1063252.503E
66TS516104520.380N 1062921.829E
67TS524104643.570N 1063228.172E
68TS526104528.224N 1062908.887E
69TS534103406.924N 1061547.209E
70TS536102856.051N 1062145.116E
71TS538102804.373N 1062938.388E
72TS542103150.549N 1063636.141E
73TS544104105.787N 1064555.325E
74TS546104306.896N 1064811.096E
75TS548104617.592N 1071150.198E
76TS562103027.062N 1063804.019E
77TS564102606.113N 1063002.027E
78TS566102705.737N 1062055.999E
79TS568103304.408N 1061403.038E
80TS582104948.534N 1061520.165E
81TS584105751.142N 1061850.995E
82TS592105200.943N 1064702.741E
83TS594105212.064N 1064658.450E
84TS596104526.705N 1064934.789E
85TS612104715.699N 1063426.946E
86TS614104726.829N 1063422.644E
87TS616104621.145N 1063204.829E
88TS618104111.959N 1061831.234E
89TS622103625.533N 1060404.292E
90TS624102459.542N 1060756.035E
91TS626103809.532N 1063757.938E
92TS628104003.476N 1064259.655E
93TS632104255.314N 1065035.195E
94TS636105447.569N 1062848.124E
95TS638105930.540N 1063456.544E
96TS641103125.490N 1063425.219E
97TS642102428.533N 1063530.497E
98TS644101244.292N 1063719.731E
99TS652104758.727N 1063620.842E
100TS654104808.831N 1063613.830E
101TS658105308.037N 1063246.261E
102TS662105410.238N 1063535.835E
103TS664105346.841N 1063841.746E
104TS666105308.706N 1064344.214E
105TS668105321.902N 1065121.392E
106TS682104713.105N 1062631.175E
107TS684104802.957N 1062110.425E
108TS686110850.561N 1064706.738E
109TS812105149.862N 1064557.602E
110TS814105343.978N 1070421.443E
111TS816110142.451N 1070915.652E
112TS822104041.856N 1065605.571E
113TS824103552.452N 1065040.979E
114TS826103028.111N 1064437.528E
115TS828102706.208N 1064051.452E
116TS834110112.549N 1064218.962E
117TS836105736.398N 1063249.498E
118TS842103728.676N 1065901.193E
119TS844103919.470N 1071247.364E
120TS852105007.547N 1064202.069E
121TS854105018.855N 1064158.262E
122TS856105527.511N 1064014.327E
123TS858105043.481N 1062329.094E
124TS862104926.566N 1061211.064E
125TS912110526.298N 1083255.791E
126TS914111937.742N 1083028.190E
127TS916113300.211N 1082504.102E
128TS918114458.494N 1081657.346E
129TSC01105245.220N 1064101.183E
130TSC02105250.956N 1064059.527E
131TSC03105058.902N 1063511.205E
132TSC04105103.121N 1063506.470E
133TUNBI103144.264N 1064726.259E
134VANLI103031.428N 1065833.586E
135VETOM111359.000N 1073627.000E
136VICAL100846.853N 1064501.988E
137VIKEP105800.152N 1071345.271E
138VIMBU102433.000N 1053052.000E
Nil

VVTS AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 Runway strip
A runway strip available for aircraft landing in emergency
  1. A runway strip of defined dimensions on the north of runway 25R/07L to be used for aircraft landing in the case of emergency.
  2. Location:
    • On the north of runway 25R/07L;
    • Distance: 548 M from threshold 07L;
      500 M from threshold 25R.
  3. Dimensions:
    • Length: 2 000 M;
    • Width: 75 M.
  4. Identifications:
    Pilot have to define runway edge lights on the North of runway 25R as the standard mark while landing at night.
2 Operation of aircraft B747-8
See Item VVTS AD 2.20, sub-section 4: Operational capability of aircraft stands.
Operation of aircraft B747-8
Tan Son Nhat International Airport is available for aircraft B747-8 rules of operation as follows:
  1. RWY 25R/07L:
    • Maximum take-off weight: 447.695 Ton only available for 2 flights/week (01 flight: 01 take-off and 01 landing).
  2. RWY 25L/07R:
    • Maximum take-off weight: 391 Ton (not more than 5% of total flights/day).
    • Maximum take-off weight: 422.6 Ton only available for 2 flights/day.
  3. Stands NR 15, 24 are available for aircraft B747-800 ER and equivalent.
  4. Aircraft shall have to control the speed and need small amount of judgemental oversteering to maintain ICAO recommended 4.5 M clearances of outside main gear track and pavement edge when taxiing on the intersections of RWYs and TWYs, and of TWYs and apron.
Taxi procedure applied for aircraft B747-8 as follows:
  1. Aircraft from stands NR 13, 15, 35:
    • For RWY 25R: Aircraft are pushed-backed → TWYs NS, NS2/E6 → turn left to TWY E2 → RWY 25L/07R → TWY E1 → holding point for departure.
    • For RWY 07L: Aircraft are pushed-backed → TWY NS → turn left to TWY W11 → holding point W11 → RWY 07R/25L → TWY W6 → holding point for departure.
    • For RWY 25L: Aircraft are pushed-backed → TWY NS → turn right to TWY E6 → holding point for departure.
    • For RWY 07R: Aircraft are pushed-backed → TWY NS → turn left to TWY W11 → holding point for departure.
  2. Aircraft into stands NR 13, 15, 35:
    • For RWY 25R: After landing, Aircraft vacate left RWY via TWY W6 → THR RWY 07R → TWY W11 → turn right to TWY NS → stands.
    • For RWY 07L: After landing, Aircraft vacate right RWY via TWY E1 → RWY 07R/25L→ TWY NS2/E2/E6 → TWY NS → stands.
    • For RWY 25L: After landing, Aircraft vacate left RWY via TWY W7/W11 → turn right to TWY NS → stands.
    • For RWY 07R: After landing, Aircraft vacate right RWY via TWY E2/E4/E6 → turn right to TWY NS → stands.
  3. Remarks:
    • Taxiing speed must be under 12 Knots during taxiing on TWYs W11, E6, NS2.
    • Aircraft requested to follow TWR and Ground Control Unit instructions strictly.
    • The Airlines operating of aircraft B747-8 must base on flight regulations, current airport situation including: natural condition, wind, temperature, QNH, parameters of RWYs, TWYs, aprons, flight procedures, obstacles, etc... to calculate take-off available weight at RWY 25R/07L.
3 Operation of two parallel RWYs
3.1
Two parallel RWYs 25L/07R and 25R/07L at Tan Son Nhat International Airport are operated dependently.
3.2 Usage of two parallel RWYs
3.2.1 RWY 25L/R:
a. RWY 25R is mainly used for landing;
b. RWY 25L is mainly used for taking-off;
c. If visibility is at or above 1 200 M, ceiling is at or above 130 m and the PSR/SSR orPSR/SSR/SMR are in normal operation; departing aircraft can line up and wait on RWY 25L independently from the position of aircraft approaching to land on RWY 25R;
Note: If one of the above mentioned requirements is not met, aircraft shall not be allowed to line up and wait on RWY when arriving aircraft is landing on the remaining RWY.
d. Departing aircraft on RWY 25L is only allowed to take-off:
  • When arriving aircraft landed on RWY 25R; or
  • No later than the time when arriving aircraft lands on RWY 25R:
- 03 mins before estimated landing time without radar surveillance; or
- Under radar surveillance:
Arriving aircraft
Departing aircraft
Distance from RWY THR
Heavy
Heavy, medium
4 NM
Light
4 NM
Medium
Heavy
5 NM
Medium, light
4 NM
Light
Heavy, medium
5 NM
Light
4 NM
e. ATC can issue clearance for approaching aircraft to land on RWY 25R when departing aircraft starts its running on RWY 25L.
f. When TWY P5W4 is in normal operation, after landing on RWY 25R, aircraft must:
  • Vacate RWY 25R via rapid exit TWY P5W4 as soon as practicable;
  • Hold short of RWY 25L; and
  • Only be allowed to cross RWY 25L when obtained the clearance from ATC.
Note: In case of being unable to vacate via TWY P5W4, the pilot must early notify to ATC when the aircraft is still on the final approach track of RWY 25R.
3.2.2 RWY 07L/R:
a. RWY 07R is mainly used for landing.
b. RWY 07L is mainly used for taking-off.
c. ATC can issue clearance for departing aircraft (at holding point) to cross RWY 07R no later than the time when arriving aircraft on final approach ofRWY 07R is:
  • At least 5 NM from RWY threshold under radar surveillance; or
  • Three minutes before estimated landing time without surveillance radar.
d. ATC can issue clearance for departing aircraft to line up and wait on RWY 07L to meet the requirements specified in the above mentioned point c and point c item 3.2.1.
e. Departing aircraft on RWY 07L is only allowed to take-off:
  • When arriving aircraft landed on RWY 07R; or
  • No later than the time when arriving aircraft lands on RWY 07R:
- Without radar surveillance: 03 mins before estimated landing time; or
- Under surveillance radar:
Arriving aircraft
Departing aircraft
Distance from RWY THR
Heavy
Heavy, medium
4 NM
Light
4 NM
Medium
Heavy
5 NM
Medium, light
4 NM
Light
Heavy, medium
5 NM
Light
4 NM
f. ATC can issue clearance for approaching aircraft to land on RWY 07R when departing aircraft starts its running on RWY 07L.
g. When TWY S5NS2 is in normal operation, after landing on RWY 07R, medium and lighter aircraft must vacate RWY 07R via TWY S5NS2 as soon as practicable.
Note: In case of being unable to vacate via TWY S5NS2, the pilot must early notify to ATC when aircraft is still on the final approach track of RWY 07R.
h. When TWY S3E4 is in normal operation, after landing on RWY 07R, heavy aircraft must vacate RWY 07R via rapid exit TWY S3E4 as soon as practicable.
Note: In case of being unable to vacate via TWY S3E4, the pilot must early notify to ATC when aircraft is still on the final approach track of RWY 07R.
3.2.3 When VIP flights are in operation:
VIP flights shall be assigned to use the RWY which has been equipped with facilities in good conditions.
3.2.4 Note:
Departing aircrafts are not allowed to line up two parallel RWYs at the same time for departure.
3.3

Pilots are requested to follow TSN TWR instructions strictly; immediately vacate RWY or taxi on RWY and take off following ATC clearance provided.

4 Operation of aircraft A350-900, B787-9
  • Use RWY 25L/07R as main RWY for these aircraft types to take off and land.
  • Limited use of RWY 25R/07L for these aircraft types to take off and land.
Operation of aircraft A350-900, B787-9
  • Use RWY 25L/07R as main RWY for these aircraft types to take off and land.
  • Limited use of RWY 25R/07L for these aircraft types to take off and land.
  • Aircraft stands from NR 4 to NR 9, NR 14, from NR 15 to NR 21, NR 24, NR 25, NR 35, NR 37, NR 39 are used for these aircraft types.
5 Table of friction coefficients
RWY 25L/07R
Measured length (M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
25L2 8000.710.720.78
07R2 8000.680.720.78
RWY 25R/07L
Measured length (M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
25R2 7500.770.730.79
07L2 7500.790.760.79
6 Addition of stands 01VJ, 02VJ, 03VJ, 04VJ using for Viet Jet Aviation Joint Stock Company
Operational procedure:
  • Serve for maintenance and aircraft parking overnight (without commercial purpose).
  • Only used for aircraft up to A320/A321 and equivalent.
  • Tow tractor is used for pushing aircraft from commercial stands to stand 01VJ, 02VJ, 03VJ, 04VJ and vice versa.
7 The aircraft loading with ACN мах over PCN of RWY 25L/07R
Number
Aircraft type
M мах (ton)
M мin (ton)
ACN мах
ACN мin
The permitted aircraft loading to operate with the overload ratio 1.05
1B777-300ER352.4167.88528295.2
2B777F348.72144.248223297.0
3B777-200LR348.36145.158223297.1
4B777-400ER414.1164.46920402.7
5B747-8F443.61226.87530405.1
6B747-8F449226.87630405.5
7B747-8449226.87730402.0
The airlines who want to operate the type of aircraft except the above types of aircrafts, provide the parameters of aircraft for Air Transport Department. Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam will consider to calculate and publish additional information.
8 HOT SPOTS

HOT SPOT NR
Position
HS 1
Aircraft taxiing on TWY S5 to intersection of TWY S5 and service road A20: Should pay attention to safe distance with vehicles/facilities moving on service road A20.
HS 2
Aircraft taxiing on TWY Z1 to intersection of TWY Z1 and service road A6: Should pay attention to safe distance with vehicles/facilities moving on service road A6.
HS 3
Aircraft taxiing on TWY S5 to intersection of TWY S5 and service road A5: Should pay attention to safe distance with vehicles/facilities moving on service road A5.
HS 4
Aircraft taxiing to stands from 9 to 16 or aircraft are pushed-back from these stands: Should pay attention to safe distance with vehicles/facilities moving on service road A3.
HS 5
- Aircraft vacating RWY 07R taxiing to TWY S5: Should pay attention to safe distance with aircraft taxiing on TWY S5 or TWY S.
- Aircraft taxi on TWY S5 from apron to TWY S: Should pay attention to avoid taxiing on the mistaken RWY 25L/07R.
Note:Pilot observe signboards, markings at intersection of TWY S5 and TWY S because of the limited observation.
HS 6
Before aircraft line up RWY 07R: Should pay attention to hold at holding position on TWY S10 to avoid RWY incursion.
HS 7
Aircraft taxiing on TWY V (a portion intersecting with service road A15): Should pay attention to safe distance with vehicle/facilities moving on service road A15.
HS 8
Aircraft taxiing on TWY Z7 (a portion intersecting with service road from stand 83 and 84): Should pay attention to safe distance with vehicle/facilities moving on service road.

VVTS AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO TAN SON NHAT AIRPORT

VVTS AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-2: AD Operating Minima
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VVTS AD 2.24-2a: AD Operating Minima
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VVTS AD 2.24-2b: AD Operating Minima
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VVTS AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-3a: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands
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VVTS AD 2.24-3b: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands
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VVTS AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO – RWY 25L/07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome chart -ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-2: Operational minima
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VVTS AD 2.24-2a: Operational minima
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VVTS AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking chart-ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-3a: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands
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VVTS AD 2.24-3b: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands
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VVTS AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart- ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle chart – ICAO - RWY 25L/07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-5a: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO - RWY 25R/07L
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VVTS AD 2.24-6: Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-7: Area Chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 07R: ANRAN 2A, AC 1A, BAOMY 1A, BASON 1A, BITIS 2A, KANTA 3A, LANHI 1A, LATHA 1A, KADUM 1A, MISAN 1A, SAPEN 1A, VTV 1A
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VVTS AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 07L: ANRAN 2B, AC 1B, BAOMY 1B, BASON 1B, BITIS 2B, KANTA 3B, LANHI 1B, LATHA 1B, KADUM 1B, MISAN 1B, SAPEN 1B, VTV 1B
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VVTS AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 25R/L: AC 1C, BAOMY 1C, DONXO 1A, BITIS 1C, BASON 1C, KANTA 2C, LANHI 1C, LATHA 1C, KADUM 1C, MISAN 1C, SAPEN 1C, VTV 1C
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VVTS AD 2.24-8c: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: BASON 1D, KADUM 1D, MISAN 1D, SAPEN 1D (RWY 07L); BASON 1E, KADUM 1E, MISAN 1E, SAPEN 1E (RWY 07R)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8c-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8c-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8d: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: ANTRI 1A, KANTA 1D, LANHI 1D, MALAY 1A, SAPEN 1F, TANOS 1A, VICAL 1A (RWY 07L); ANTRI 1B, KANTA 1E, LANHI 1E, MALAY 1B, SAPEN 1G, TANOS 1B, VICAL 1B (RWY 07R)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8d-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8d-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8d-1b: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8d-1c: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8e: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: ANTRI 1C, BASON 1F, KADUM 1F, KANTA 1F, LANHI 1F, LATHA 1D, MISAN 1F, SAPEN 1H, TANOS 1C (RWY 25L); ANTRI 1D, BASON 1G, KADUM 1G, KANTA 1G, LANHI 1G, LATHA 1E, MISAN 1G, SAPEN 1J, TANOS 1D (RWY 25R)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8e-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8e-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8e-1b: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8e-1c: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8e-1d: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8f: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: ANTRI 1E, LANHI 1H, TANOS 1E (RWY 25L); ANTRI 1F, LANHI 1J, TANOS 1F (RWY 25R)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8f-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8f-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8g: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: BASON 2A, KADUM 2A, MISAN 2A, SAPEN 2A
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VVTS AD 2.24-8g-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8g-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8h: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: ANTRI 2B, KANTA 2B, SAPEN 2B
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VVTS AD 2.24-8h-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8h-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8i: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: LANHI 2B, TANOS 2B
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VVTS AD 2.24-8i-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8j: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: LATHA 2B, MALAY 2B
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VVTS AD 2.24-8j-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8k: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: BASON 2C, MISAN 2C
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VVTS AD 2.24-8k-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8l: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: ANTRI 2D, LANHI 2D
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VVTS AD 2.24-8l-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8l-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8m: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: TANOS 2D
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VVTS AD 2.24-8m-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8n: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: BASON 2D, KADUM 2D, KANTA 2D, LATHA 2D, MISAN 2D, SAPEN 2D
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VVTS AD 2.24-8n-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8n-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8n-1b: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8o: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: ANTRI 2E, LANHI 2E
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VVTS AD 2.24-8o-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8o-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-8p: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: TANOS 2E
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VVTS AD 2.24-8p-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8q: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: ANTRI 2F
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VVTS AD 2.24-8q-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-8r: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: KADUM 2F
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VVTS AD 2.24-8r-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 07R/L, 25R/L: ANLOC 1A, BASON 1A, BAOMY 1A, BITIS 1A, DONXO 1B, DONXO 1A, KANTA 1A, LATHA 1A, LANHI 1A, MISAN 1A, SAPEN 1A, VTV 1A
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VVTS AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 25R/L: ANLOC 1B, BITIS 1B, BAOMY 1B, KANTA 1B, MISAN 1B, BASON 1B, SAPEN 1B
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VVTS AD 2.24-9b: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: BAOMY 1D, BITIS 1D, LATHA 1F, SAPEN 1K (RWY 07L); BAOMY 1E, BITIS 1E, LATHA 1G, SAPEN 1L (RWY 07R)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9b-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9b-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9b-1b: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9b-1c: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9c: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: BAOMY 1F, BITIS 1F, SAPEN 1M, VICAL 1C (RWY 25L); BAOMY 1G, BITIS 1G, SAPEN 1N, VICAL 1D (RWY 25R)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9c-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9c-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9c-1b: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9c-1c: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9c-1d: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9d: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: SAPEN 2G, BITIS 2G
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VVTS AD 2.24-9d-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9e: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 07L/R: VICAL 2G, DALAP 2G
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VVTS AD 2.24-9e-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9e-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 07L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9f: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: ELSAS 2H, BITIS 2H, VICAL 2H, SAPEN 2H
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VVTS AD 2.24-9f-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9f-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9g: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: DALAP 2H
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VVTS AD 2.24-9g-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9h: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: BITIS 2J, SAPEN 2J, VICAL 2J
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VVTS AD 2.24-9h-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-9h-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R (cont.)
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VVTS AD 2.24-9i: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 25L/R: DALAP 2J
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VVTS AD 2.24-9i-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNAV RWY 25L/R
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VVTS AD 2.24-10: ATC Surveillance Minimum Altitude Chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – VOR RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – VOR RWY 07L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – VOR RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11c: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – VOR RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS Y RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS Z RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – NDB RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11g: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – NDB RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11h: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – NDB RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11i: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS Z RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11j: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS Y RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11k: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS Y RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11l: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS Z RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11m: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS X RWY 07R RNAV Transition
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VVTS AD 2.24-11m-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of ILS X RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11n: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RNP RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11n-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 07R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11o: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS X RWY 25L RNAV Transition
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VVTS AD 2.24-11o-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of ILS X RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11p: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RNP RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11p-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 25L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11q: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – ILS X RWY 25R RNAV Transition
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VVTS AD 2.24-11q-1: APCH procedure and Transition coding RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11r: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RNP RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11r-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 25R
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VVTS AD 2.24-11s: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RNP RWY 07L
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VVTS AD 2.24-11s-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 07L
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VVTS AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach Chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-7: Area chart – ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 07R: ANRAN 2A, AC 1A, BAOMY 1A, BASON 1A, BITIS 2A, KANTA 3A, LANHI 1A, LATHA 1A, KADUM 1A, MISAN 1A, SAPEN 1A, VTV 1A
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VVTS AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 07L: ANRAN 2B, AC 1B, BAOMY 1B, BASON 1B, BITIS 2B, KANTA 3B, LANHI 1B, LATHA 1B, KADUM 1B, MISAN 1B, SAPEN 1B, VTV 1B
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VVTS AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 25R/L: AC 1C, BAOMY 1C, DONXO 1A, BITIS 1C, BASON 1C, KANTA 2C, LANHI 1C, LATHA 1C, KADUM 1C, MISAN 1C, SAPEN 1C, VTV 1C
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VVTS AD 2.24-9: Standard Arrival chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 07R/L, 25R/L: ANLOC 1A, BASON 1A, BAOMY 1A, BITIS 1A, DONXO 1B, DONXO 1A, KANTA 1A, LATHA 1A, LANHI 1A, MISAN 1A, SAPEN 1A, VTV 1A
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VVTS AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 25R/L: ANLOC 1B, BITIS 1B, BAOMY 1B, KANTA 1B, MISAN 1B, BASON 1B, SAPEN 1B
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VVTS AD 2.24-10: Radar Minimum Altitude Chart - ICAO
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VVTS AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 07R: VOR
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VVTS AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 07L: VOR
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VVTS AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25R: VOR
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VVTS AD 2.24-11c: Instrument approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 25L: VOR
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VVTS AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25R: ILS Y
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VVTS AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25L: ILS Z
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VVTS AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 07R: NDB
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VVTS AD 2.24-11g: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25R: NDB
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VVTS AD 2.24-11h: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25L: NDB
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VVTS AD 2.24-11i: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25R: ILS Z
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VVTS AD 2.24-11j: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 25L: ILS Y
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VVTS AD 2.24-11k: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 07R: ILS Y
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VVTS AD 2.24-11l: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 07R: ILS Z
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VVTS AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach chart – ICAO
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