VVDN — DA NANG/Da Nang International

VVDN AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

VVDN — DA NANG/Da Nang International

VVDN AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1
ARP coordinates and site at AD
160238N – 1081201E
Intersection of RCL 35R/17L and CL of TWY E3
2
Direction and distance from Da Nang city
SW, 3 200 M from city centre Thai Binh Duong Hotel
3
Elevation/ Reference temperature
9 M (30 FT)/ 35°C
4
MAG VAR
0°40'W
5
AD Administration, address, telephone, fax, AFS
Post:Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV)
Middle Airports Authority atDa Nang International Airport
Phone:(84-236) 3 614 817
Fax:(84-236) 3 614 815
AFSVVDNYAYX
Post:Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV)
Da Nang International Airport
Phone:(84-236) 3 826 292
Fax:(84-236) 3 826 393
AFS:VVDNYDYX
6
Type of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
7
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.3 OPERATION HOURS

1
Aerodrome 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
Air Traffic Services (ATS)
H24
8
Fuelling
H24
9
Handling
H24
10
Security
H24
11
De-icing
Nil
12
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1
Cargo handling facilities
Conveyor, cargo truck and fork lift.
2
Fuel/oil types
JET A1, Lincol 321, all types normally available.
3
Fuelling facilities/capacity
1 truck 19 000 litres, 1 truck 30 000 litres;1 truck 10 500 litres, 1 truck 7 800 litres.
4
De-icing facilities
Nil
5
Hangar space for visiting aircraft
Nil
6
Repair facilities for visiting aircraft
Nil
7
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1
Hotels
Near AD and in the city.
2
Restaurants
Restaurants and snack bars at airport.
3
Transportation
Buses, taxis and car for hire.
4
Medical facilities
First aid at AD. Hospitals in the city.
5
Bank and Post Offices
Available at airport.
6
Tourist Office
Available at airport.
7
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1
AD category for fire fighting
CAT 9 with AD HR.
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.

VVDN AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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

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

1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
- Apron (including stands 5, 6, 7, 8, 9): PCN 56/R/A/W/T.
- Apron (including stands 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22): PCN 65/R/A/W/T.
- Apron (including stands 23, 24, 25, 26, 27): PCN 67/R/B/W/T.
- Apron (including stands 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36): PCN 65/R/A/X/T.
- Apron (including stands 3M, 4M, 5M): PCN 28/R/B/W/T.
- Apron (including stands 5, 6, 7, 8, 9): PCN 56/R/A/W/T.
-Apron (including stands 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22): PCN 65/R/A/W/T.
-Apron (including stands 23, 24, 25, 26, 27): PCN 67/R/B/W/T.
-Apron (including stands 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36): PCN 65/R/A/X/T.
- Apron (including stands 3M, 4M, 5M): PCN 46/R/B/X/U.
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
E
Width:
Dimension:
23 M
To be advised later
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 56/R/A/X/T
E1
Width:
Dimension:
150 x57 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 56/R/A/W/T
E2, E3, E4, E7
Width:
Dimension:
150 x31 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 56/R/A/W/T
E6
Dimension:
150 x 60 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 56/R/A/W/T
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
E6 (connecting TWY)
Width:
61 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 56/R/A/W/T
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
E7
Dimension:
127 x 31 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 56/R/A/W/T
G1, G6 (connecting TWY)
G1, G6
WidthDimension:
61169 x 60 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/RF/B/X/U
G2, G4 (connecting TWY)
G2, G4
WidthDimension:
169 x23 M
Surface:
Bituminous concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/F/B/X/U
W (parallel TWY)
W
WidthDimension:
233 048 x 25 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/R/B/X/U
W1, W6
WidthDimension:
151 x60 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/RF/B/X/U
W2, W4
WidthDimension:
23151 x 25 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/RF/B/X/U
W5 (high speed TWY)
W5
WidthDimension:
23 M
320 x 30 M (high speed)
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/RF/B/X/U
W6 (connecting TWY)
Width:
152 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 46/R/B/X/U
3
Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation
Location:
Nil
Elevation:
Nil
4
VOR checkpoints
Position:
Located on the centre line of TWY E (a portion between of TWY E1 and TWY E2, 6 M from the holding position on TWY E to the North)
CoordinatesCoordinator:
160157N
1081212E
Azimuth:
166°
Distance:
1.25 NM
Frequency:
114.4 MHz
5
INS checkpoints
Nil
6
Remarks
Nil

VVDN 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 are provided at all intersections with TWY and RWY and at all holding positions.
Guide lines at apron.
Nose-in guidance at aircraft stands.
Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) at Da Nang International Airport is Safedock type T3-9 (T-types), available at aircraft stands 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27 and 28.
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 at 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.
- For stands (14, 16, 18, 20): The maximum distance between the center of the nose wheel of aircraft and the center of the stop line of aircraft: ±1.5 M.
- For stands (21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28): 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) or -0.5 M (before the stop line of aircraft).
2
RWY and TWY marking and lighting
RWY:
Marking:
Designation, THR, TDZ, centre line, edge lineand end of RWY.
Lights:
-RWY 35R/17L: Approach flashing,THR identification, limit, THR,edge lineand end of RWY
-RWY 35L/17R: THR identification, limit, THR,edge line and end of RWY
TWY:
Marking: Designation, edge, centre line.
Lights: Edge at E, E1, E2, E3, E4, E6, E7, G1 and G6.
3
Stop bars light
Stop bars lights at TWYs: E, E2, E3, E4, E6, E7, G1, G2, G4 and G6.
4
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2
OBST ID/Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT (M)
Markings/Type, colour
Remarks
VVDNOB001
Building
160352.0N 1081152.3E10/6
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB002
Tree
160352.5N 1081153.3E12/7
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB003
Building
160353.1N 1081152.9E19/14
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB004
Building
160353.6N 1081151.5E20/15
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB005
Building
160354.6N 1081149.6E21/16
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB006
Building
160406.4N 1081144.3E25/21
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB007
Tree
160125.1N 1081212.0E15/7
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB008
Building
160123.6N 1081209.5E18/11
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB009
Building
160119.5N 1081209.7E20/13
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L
VVDNOB010
Tree
160116.6N 1081209.4E23/16
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB011
Tree
160110.3N 1081216.6E31/23
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB012
Antenna
155839.3N 1081226.8E87/84
MARKED/LGTD
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35R/17L and RWY 35L/17R
VVDNOB013
Electric pole
160337.1N 1081147.9E23/18
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB014
Tree
160138.1N 1081200.5E11/4
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R
VVDNOB015
Tree
160137.4N 1081204.2E13/5
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R
VVDNOB016
Tree
160133.8N 1081205.2E14/7
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R
VVDNOB017
Building
160123.3N 1081204.0E21/13
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB018
Tree
160120.2N 1081204.9E23/15
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R
VVDNOB019
Tree
160116.4N 1081206.0E27/20
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A – RWY 35L/17R
VVDNOB020
TWR
160246.1N 1081209.9E36/29
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB021
Building
160230.6N 1081211.7E41/35
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB022
Building
160222.6N 1081236.4E68/63
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB023
Tree
160130.4N 1081215.7E21/13
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB024
Tree
160140.8N 1081158.6E24/17
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB025
Tree
160243.3N 1081145.1E29/20
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB026
Electric pole
160333.3N 1081202.3E25/18
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB027
Tree
160352.7N 1081150.3E16/11
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB028
Building
160356.0N 1081135.3E25/20
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB029
Antenna
160405.4N 1081158.0E27/23
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB030
Building
160419.6N 1081136.5E31/27
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB031
Building
160355.7N 1081022.3E68/63
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB032
Antenna
160127.1N 1081102.3E65/49
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB033
Electric pole
160042.8N 1081048.2E88/48
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB034
Electric pole
160110.3N 1081413.0E69/66
MARKED/LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB035
Electric pole
160125.1N 1081424.6E83/79
MARKED/LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB036
Building
160153.5N 1081256.1E70/66
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB037
Building
160225.7N 1081342.4E118/115
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB038
Bridge pier
160300.4N 1081341.9E145/131
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB039
Building
160333.2N 1081230.6E73/67
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB040
Building
160336.9N 1081300.3E96/90
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB041
Building
160345.5N 1081236.6E117/112
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB042
Building
160415.9N 1081346.1E148/144
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB043
Building
160416.9N 1081439.8E179/175
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVDNOB044
Building
160437.7N 1081321.8E170/167
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
In approach/TKOF areas
In circling area and at AD
Remarks
123
Nil
RWY NR/Area affected
Obstacle type
Elevation
Markings/LGT
Location
Obstacle type
Elevation
Markings/LGT
Location
abcab
17R/L TKOF
Antenna 30 M (98 FT)
Phuoc Tuong Mountain 316 M (1 036 FT)
35R/L APP
Antenna 70 M (230 FT)
Son Tra Mountain 621 M (2 036 FT)
Antenna 47 M (154 FT)

VVDN AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION

1
Associated MET Office
Da Nang MET Office
2
Hours of service
H24
3
Office responsible for TAF preparation
Da Nang MET Office
Periods of validity
24 HR (04 times per day with effect at 0000, 0600, 1200 and 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
U₈₅, U₇₀, U₅₀, SWH
8
Supplementary equipment available for providing information
Briefing terminal
9
ATS units provided with information
Da Nang APP; Da Nang TWR; Da Nang GND CTL
10
Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
AFTN/AMHS address: VVDNYMYX

VVDN 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
17L172°3 500 x 45
PCN 5356/R/A/WX/T
Cement concrete
160337.34N
1081152.80E
THR 6.5 M
35R352°3 500 x 45
PCN 5356/R/A/WX/T
Cement concrete
160144.57N
1081209.16E
THR 8.7 M
17R172°3 049048 x 45
PCN 44/F/B/X/T
Bituminous concrete
160326.70N
1081147.08E
THR 6.8 M
35L352°3 049048 x 45
PCN 44/F/B/X/T
Bituminous concrete
160148.48N
1081201.33E
THR 7.3 M
Slope of RWY-SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
RESA dimensions (M)
OFZ
Remarks
78910111213
0.06 %150 x 60360 x 1603 920 x 30090 x 90
NIL
NIL
150 x 60360 x 1603 920 x 30090 x 90
1.5 %305 x 45305 x 1503 779 x 300
NIL
305 x 45305 x 1503 779 x 300
NIL
Slope of RWY-SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
OFZ
Remarks
789101112
0.06 %300 x 45360 x 1604 222 x 320
Nil
Nil
300 x 45360 x 1604 222 x 320
1.5 %305 x 45305 x 1503 658 x 150
305 x 45305 x 1503 658 x 150

VVDN AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator
TORA (M)
TODA (M)
ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
17L3 5003 8603 6508003 500
Nil
35R3 5003 8603 6508003 500
17R3 0490483 3543533 3543533 049048
35L3 0490483 3543533 3543533 049048
RWY Designator
Remaining TORA (M)
Remaining TODA (M)
Remaining ASDA (M)
Remaining LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
The intersection of RWY 17L and TWY E4
2 2362 5962 386NU
NIL
The intersection of RWY 17L and TWY E6
3 1933 5533 343NU
NIL
The intersection of RWY 35R and TWY E1
3 3483 7083 498NU
NIL
The intersection of RWY 35R and TWY E2
2 5002 8602 650NU
NIL
RWY Designator
Remaining TORA (M)
Remaining TODA (M)
Remaining ASDA (M)
Remaining LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
17L2 2362 5962 536NU
From intersection with TWY E4
17L3 1933 5533 493NU
From intersection with TWY E5
35R3 3483 7083 648NU
From intersection with TWY E1
35R2 5002 8602 800NU
From intersection with TWY E2

VVDN 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
17L
SALS
420 M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left/3.5°
Nil
Nil
3 500 M
60 M white
Red
Nil
Nil
35R
CAT I
PALS
900 M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left/3°
Nil
Nil
3 500 M
60 M white
Red
Nil
Nil
17R
Nil
Green
PAPI
Left/3.5°
Nil
Nil
3 048 M
60 M white
Red
Nil
Nil
35L
SALS
420 M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left/3°
Nil
Nil
3 048 M
60 M white
Red
Nil
Nil

VVDN AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1
ABN/IBN location, characteristics
ABN: Green and white 12 RPM on top of TWR
Hours of operation
H24
2
LDI location and LGT
LDI: 730 M APRX, BRG 154° GEO from centre of RWY, not LGTD
Anemometer location and LGT
Anemometer: RWY 35R and RWY 17L, LGTD
3
Secondary power supply/switch-over time
Secondary power supply to all lighting at AD.
Switch-over time: 10 SEC
4
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

Nil

VVDN AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1
Designation and lateral limits
Da Nang CTR: A circle radius 60 KM, centred at DVOR/DME DAN (160310N – 1081154E)
2
Vertical limits
SFC to 2 750 M, except the airspace under control by Phu Bai Tower
3
Airspace classification
C
4
ATS unit call sign
Da Nang Tower
Language(s)
English, Vietnamese
5
Transition altitude
2 750 M
6
Remarks
Nil

VVDN AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of operation
Remarks
12345
APP
Da Nang CTL
125.3 MHzH24
Primary frequency
125.45 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
Da Nang APP
120.45 MHzH24
Primary frequency
125.45 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
TWR
Da Nang Tower
118.35 MHzH24
Primary frequency
118.05 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emercency frequency
GND CTL
Da Nang Ground Control
121.6 MHzH24
Primary frequency
121.9 MHzH24
Secondary frequency

VVDN AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid
ID
Frequency
Hours of operationOperation
PositionSite of transmitting antennaAntenna
coordinatesCoordinates
ELEVElevation of DME transmitting antenna
Remarks
1234567
ILS/GP-DMEDAD329.6 MHz
CH42X
H24
160158.78N
1081203.48E
Coverage of GP: 10NM
Coverage of DME: 25NM
Eastern of RWY 35L/17R, 107 M from RCL and 305 M from THR RWY 35L
ILS/LLZ
LOC
DAD110.5 MHzH24
160336.57N
1081146.65E
Coverage: 25NM
On the extended RCL and from 300 M to the North of RWY 17R
DVOR/DME 0˚40'WDAN114.4 MHz
CH91X
H24
160310160309.0N95N
1081153.5E62E
19 M
Coverage: 300 KM
Between RWY 35R/17L and RWY 35L/17R, 535.4 M from THR of RWY 17L
ILS/GP-DMEIDR332.9 MHz
CH52X
H24
160155.38N
1081211.12E
Coverage of GP: 10NM
Coverage of DME: 25NM
Eastern of RWY 35R, 105 M from RCL and 316 M from THR RWY 35R
ILS/LLZ
LOC
IDR111.5 MHzH24
160346.85N
1081151.42E
Coverage: 25NM
302 M from THR RWY 17L
NDBDJ212 KHzH24
155839.26N
1081226.92E
18 M
Coverage: 160 KM.
173° MAG, 5 870 M from THR RWY 35R
NDBD234 KHzH24
160101.51N
1081215.24E
18 M
Coverage: 45 KM
172° MAG, 1 460 M from THR RWY 35R

VVDN AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1 Airport Regulations
At Da Nang International Airport a number of local regulations have been applied. The regulations are published in a manual which is available at Da Nang ATS Reporting 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 from aircraft stands including taxi clearance;
  4. Limitations in the operation of large aircraft including limitations in the use of the aircraft own power for taxiing;
  5. Assistance from marshaller and follow-me-car .
2 Taxiing to and from stands
2.1
Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand number by Da Nang Ground Control Unit.
2.2
“Follow-me” car assistance will be provided at request of operators or pilots.
2.3 Operational procedure of aircraft stands
Aircraft stands
Aircraft operational procedure
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and12, 21, 22, 28
-Used for aircraft codeCode C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Stands 21, 22, 28: Equipped with passenger boarding bridge.
- Stand 5 is isolated stand; when parking stand 5 is used, parking stands 6, 7, TWY E7 and a portion of TWY E (from stand 5 to stand 7) are not used.
10, 16, 18, 20, 23,24, 25, and26
- Used for aircraft Code C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Used for aircraft Code E (wingspan up to but not including 65 M) when there is no aircraft parking at adjacent stands.
- Stands 16, 18, 20, 23, 25: Equipped with passenger boarding bridge.
- Stand 10 used for special flight.
14
-Used for aircraft Code C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M)
- Used for aircraft Code E (wingspan up to but not including 65 M) when there is no aircraft parking at stand 15 and stand 12 is used for parking aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 28 M only.
- Used for aircraft Code D (wingspan up to but not including 52 M) when there is no aircraft parking at stand 15 and stand 12 is used for parking aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 36 M only.
- Equipped with passenger boardingbridge.
15, 17 and 19
Only used for aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 28 M when there is no aircraft with wingspan more than 28 M parking at adjacent stands.
16, 18, 20, 23 and 25
- Used for aircraft Code C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Used for aircraft Code E (wingspan up to but not including 65 M) when there is no aircraft parking at adjacent stands.
- Equipped with passenger bridge.
21, 22 and 28
- Used for aircraft Code C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Equipped with passenger bridge.
27
- Used for aircraft Code C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Used for aircraft Code E (wingspan up to but not including 65 M) when there is no aircraft parking at stand 26 and stand 28 still used for aircraft Code C (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Equipped with passenger boardingbridge.
29, 30, 31 and 32
- Used for aircraft up to Code C and equivalent (wingspan up to but not including 36 M).
- Stands 30, 31 used for aircraft Code D, E (wingspan 36 M up to but not including 65 M) when there is no aircraft parking at the adjacent stands.
33,34, 35 and 36
- Used for aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 30 M.
- When stands 33, 34, 35 used for aircraft A321 or equivalent, the adjacent stands only used for aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 24 M.
3M, 4M, 5M
- UnlimitedUsed operationfor aircraft with wingspan up to but not including 30 M and equivalent (Embraer, ATR 72)..
- ForIt aircraftis withnot wingspanallowed fromany 30aircraft M upto buttaxi notbehind includingof 36stands M (A3203M, A321) and4M, 5M equivalent:
+ Maximum commercial operation for 3 flights/stand/day.
+ Unlimited operationwhen usingthere foris parkinganother unloadedaircraft or parking aircraft overnight.
3 Training flights - Technical test flights
Training flights and technical test flights can be made only after obtaining permission from the appropriate Authority.
4 Limitations, notes at apron

- When there is aircraft code E operating on TWY E: The aircraft with wingspan more than 22 m are not allowed to operate on taxilane D (a portion from stand 10 to 28).

- When there is aircraft code E operating on the taxilane D: The aircraft with wingspan more than 22 m are not allowed to operate on TWY E (a portion from stand 10 to 28).
- When there is aircraft code E operating on TWY E (a portion from stand 29 to 32): The aircraft with wingspan more than 36 m are not allowed to operate on taxilane D.
- When there is aircraft code D/E operating on TWY E (a portion from stand 5 to 9): The ground vehicles, facilities are not allowed to move on the West service road of stands from 5 to 9.
- When there is aircraft code E operating on taxilane D (a portion from stand 10 to 28): The ground vehicles, facilities are not allowed to move on the West service road of stands from 10 to 28.
- When there is aircraft operating on the taxilane D (a portion from stand 29 to 32): The ground vehicles, facilities are not allowed to move on the West service road of stands from 29 to 32.
- When there is aircraft code D/E operating at stands 30/31: The ground vehicles, facilities are not allowed to move on the road behind of stands 30/31.
- When there is aircraft operating at stand 35: The ground vehicles, facilities are not allowed to move on the West service road parallel with stand 35.
- The ground vehicles, facilities when operating at stand 36: Only move within safety area that was signed to ensure safety during the aircraft operating on TWY E.
Note: Aircraft is not allowed to taxi behind of stands 3M/4M/5M when there is an aircraft in operation.

VVDN AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Nil

VVDN AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 RNAV 1 SID and STARs
1.1 General procederes
1.1.1 Operators/pilots expect to fly RNAV 1 SIDs and STARs at Da Nang airport, shall insert character to describe suitable navigation performance into flight plan (item 10a and item 18 PBN/), as follows:
  • Insert R (PBN approved) into item 10a;
  • Insert D1 (RNAV1 all permitted sensors) or D2 (RNAV 1 GNSS) after PBN/ into item 18;
  • Specify equipment to support each type of navigation performance in item 18 and insert G/D/I for D1 and G for D2 into item 10a.
1.1.2 At system initialization, pilots must confirm that the navigation database is updated and verify that the aircraft position has been entered correctly. Pilots must verify proper entry of their ATC assigned route upon initial clearance and any subsequent change of route. Pilots must ensure the waypoints sequence, depicted by their navigation system, matches the route depicted on the appropriate chart(s) and their assigned route.
1.1.3 Pilots must not fly an RNAV 1 SID or STAR unless it is retrievable by route name from the on board navigation database and conforms to the charted route. However, 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 SID or STAR waypoint type in database from a fly-by waypoint to a fly-over waypoint or vice versa.
1.1.4 Route modifications in Da Nang TMA may be taken in form of headings or “direct to” clearances and the flight crew must be react immediately. This may include the insertion of tactical waypoints loaded from the database. The manual entry, or modification by the flight crew of loaded routes using temporary waypoints or fixes not provided in the database, is not permitted.
1.1.5 All pilots are expected to maintain route centre lines during all RNAV 1 operations unless authorized to deviate by ATC or under emergency conditions. For normal operations, cross-track error/deviation (the difference between the RNAV system computed path and the aircraft position relative to the path, i.e. FTE) should be limited to ±½ the navigation accuracy associated with the procedure or route (0.5 NM for RNAV 1).
1.1.6 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 and STARs. ATC clearance will take precedence when the ATC clearance does not allow the pilots to adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on the RNAV 1 SIDs and STARs.
1.1.7 An aircraft having been cleared to PROCEED DIRECT TO (waypoint), where such waypoint is an element of SID/STAR shall:
  • Comply with both vertical and speed restrictions published at such waypoint, unless such restrictions are explicitly cancelled by ATC; and
  • Continue with the SID/STAR, after reaching the assigned waypoint.
1.1.8 If ATC issues a heading assignment taking the aircraft off a route, the pilot should not modify the flight plan in the RNAV system until a clearance is received to rejoin the route or the controller confirms a new route clearance. When the aircraft is not on the published route, the specified accuracy requirement does not apply.
1.2 Arrival and transition route
1.2.1 STAR procedures consist of two main elements:
  • Transition route; and
  • Arrival route
1.2.2 A transition route starts at a waypoint on the airway, at the waypoint, aircraft start change the heading and descent to intercept to arrival procedure.
1.2.3 For arrival procedure on en-route is not needed transitional route.
1.2.4 All arriving aircraft are requested to follow transition route (if applicable) and arrival route as follows:
1.2.4.1 STAR for RWY 35L:
STAR for RWY 35L
Transition route
ATS route
Reporting point in TMA
Approach procedure
KANGU 1DNILA1KANGU - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
KANGU 1FNILA1KANGU - LINDA - KONGA - ROMIN - ZATON - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
TAMKY 1DNILW2TAMKY - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
NOCKA 1AKUMUN 1B TRANSITIONW2NOCKA - DN368 - VIDAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
SADIN 1B TRANSITIONQ1
VILOT 1A TRANSITIONW1
LATOM 1A TRANSITIONQ2
MANGA 1APAPRA 1A TRANSITIONA1MANGA - VIDAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
HUE 1CNILW2HUE - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
HUE 1ENILW2HUE - HUCAO - LINDA - KONGA - ROMIN - ZATON - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
CAHEO 1CNILW1/Q1CAHEO - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY – TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
CAHEO 1ENILW1/Q1CAHEO - HUCAO - LINDA - KONGA - ROMIN - ZATON - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - KALETILS w RWY 35L
1.2.4.2 STAR for RWY 35R:
STAR for RWY 35R
Transition route
ATS route
Reporting point in TMA
Approach Procedure
KANGU 1ENILA1KANGU - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
KANGU 1GNILA1KANGU - LINDA - KONGA - ROMIN - ZATON - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
TAMKY 1ENILW2TAMKY - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
NOCKA 1BKUMUN 1B TRANSITIONW2NOCKA - DN368 - VIDAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
SADIN 1B TRANSITIONQ1
VILOT 1A TRANSITIONW1
LATOM 1A TRANSITIONQ2
MANGA 1BPAPRA 1A TRANSITIONA1MANGA - VIDAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
HUE 1DNILW2HUE - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
HUE 1FNILW2HUE - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
CAHEO 1DNILW1/Q1CAHEO - HINTA - DN369 - TAWAN - DOTEN - TRACO - CADAS - MONRY – TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
CAHEO 1FNILW1/Q1CAHEO - HUCAO - LINDA - KONGA - ROMIN - ZATON - ESSEN - CADAS - MONRY - TAMLA - FIRAIILS w RWY 35R
1.2.5 Additional elements on the STAR include:
  • Vertical restrictions which are designed to separate arriving aircraft from obstacles and from departing aircraft;
  • Speed restrictions which are designed for purposes of flow control of arriving aircraft.
1.2.6 RNAV 1 STAR is closed STAR, terminating at a waypoint which is intermediate approach fix (IF) of ILS w RWY 35L/R. Clearances for approach aircraft using ILS w RWY 35R/L shall be issued by ATC depending on current operation conditions.
1.2.7 STARs shall be issued by ATC in the following order:
  • STAR identifier;
  • TRANSITION point identifier (if applicable);
  • Runway‐in‐use;
  • Assigned flight level/altitude.
Phraseology clearance for STAR RNAV1: <Callsign> cleared <STAR identifier> arrival, <transition point identifier> transition (if applicable), runway <RWY in-use>, report for descent /maintain /descend to <assigned flight level/altitude>.
Note:
  • STAR RNAV 1 procedure defines a lateral route for an aircraft to fly from a significant point along the en-route / terminal phase of flight to the approach phase with minimal, or no, ATC intervention. All charted altitude and speed restrictions are mandatory unless specifically cancelled by ATC.
  • ATC will issue descent clearance, and once a lower altitude is issued by ATC, the pilot shall descend on the procedure profile to the assigned altitude. The pilot will comply with all charted altitude restrictions above the ATC-assigned altitude, unless specifically cancelled by ATC. When an approach clearance is received, all altitude restrictions on the procedure profile remain mandatory, unless specifically cancelled by ATC.
1.3 Speed control
1.3.1 In order to facilitate the flow of arriving aircraft within Da Nang TMA, speed control is used to optimize the spacing between aircraft and improve the orderly flow of air traffic.
1.3.2 Unless otherwise by ATC, all aircraft navigating under conditions of RNAV 1 SID/STAR shall conform to the speed requirements in these procedures.
1.3.3 ATC will notify that the aircraft may keep its preferred speed without restrictions and will use the phraseology “No (ATC) speed restrictions".
1.3.4 At other times, 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 delete speed restrictions that are applicable to these procedures in upcoming segments of flight.
1.3.5 If unable to conform with these procedures, pilots should immediately inform ATC and state what speed will be used.
1.3.6 Table of recommended IAS for RNAV 1 STAR for RWY 35R/L
Position
MAX IAS
Altitude
Note
Aircraft in TMA
465 km/h (250 Kts)
At or over FL100 descent profile
Except in case of turbulance
DN368, DN369, VIDAN, TAMKY, ROMIN420 km/h (230 Kts)+ 1850M
Except in case of turbulance
MONRY390 km/h (210 Kts)+ 1500M
Except in case of turbulance
12 NM FM TDZ
370 km/h (200 Kts)
Descent profile
On final segment or turn to final segment
5 NM FM TDZ
300 km/h (160 Kts)
Descent profile
On localizer
1.4 Holding procedures
1.4.1 Holdings are designed to facilitate holding aircraft for delay to achieve required spacing between arriving aircraft during period of congestion.
1.4.2 Outbound time is:
  • 1.0 min for holding altitude up to FL140; and
  • 1.5 min for holding altitude above FL140.
1.4.3 The maximum speed is:
  • 230 KT (IAS) for holding altitude up to FL140; and
  • 240 KT (IAS) for holding altitude above FL140.
1.4.4 Holding speed shall not be assigned in case of turbulence.
1.4.5 Holding altitude is minimum altitude.
1.5 Departure Procedure
1.5.1 SID consists of two main elements:
  • Departure route; and
  • Transition route.
1.5.2 A transition route starts at the end of SID to a waypoint from which the aircraft will intercept the airway. Transition point shall be provided with SID RNAV 1.
Phraseology clearance for en-route with SID RNAV 1: <Callsign> cleared to <destination> via <SID identifier> departure, <transition point identifier> transition (if applicable), runway <RWY in-use>, <airways>, flight planned route, <altitude/flight level>, squawk <code SSR>
1.5.3 SID RNAV1, transition route and ATS route include:
1.5.3.1 SID for RWY 35R:
SID for RWY 35R
Transition route
ATS route
Reporting point in TMA
HOKIN 1BBINKU 1A TRANSITIONA1DN456 - HOKIN
KEMSY 1BKUMUN 1A TRANSITIONW2DN450 - DN451 - DN452 - DN453 - KEMSY
SADIN 1A TRANSITIONQ1
XAQUA 1A TRANSITIONW1
TANNA 1DNilA1DN450 - DN451 - DN452 - DN453 - DN454 - DN455 - TANNA
LAIKA 1BPHULU 1A TRANSITIONW1/Q1DN456 - LAIKA
TRABE 1A TRANSITIONQ2
KONCO 1A TRANSITIONW2
1.5.3.2 SID for RWY 35L:
SID for RWY 35L
Transition route
ATS route
Reporting point in TMA
HOKIN 1ABINKU 1A TRANSITIONA1DN456 - HOKIN
KEMSY 1AKUMUN 1A TRANSITIONW2DN450 - DN451 - DN452 - DN453 - KEMSY
SADIN 1A TRANSITIONQ1
XAQUA 1A TRANSITIONW1
TANNA 1CNilA1DN450 - DN451 - DN452 - DN453 - DN454 - DN455 - TANNA
LAIKA 1APHULU 1A TRANSITIONW1/Q1DN456 - LAIKA
TRABE 1A TRANSITIONQ2
KONCO 1A TRANSITIONW2
1.6 RNAV 1 SID/STAR waypoints
NR
Wayoints
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remark
117L16°03' 37.3" N 108°11' 52.8" EThreshold
217R16°03' 26.7" N 108°11' 47.1" EThreshold
335L16°01' 48.5" N 108°12' 01.3" EThreshold
435R16°01' 44.6" N 108°12' 09.2" EThreshold
5DN36815°35' 06.6" N 108°01' 20.9" E
6DN36916°01' 12.0" N 108°04' 54.0" E
7DN45016°10' 28.1" N 108°11' 41.2" E
8DN45116°10' 36.9" N 108°23' 16.0" E
9DN45216°05' 35.9" N 108°23' 19.9" E
10DN45315°54' 34.1" N 108°23' 28.5" E
11DN45415°54' 25.3" N 108°03' 43.4" E
12DN45515°54' 21.3" N 107°55' 52.4" E
13DN45616°20' 02.9" N 108°11' 33.1" E
14BINKU16°33' 35.0" N 108°58' 23.0" E
15CADAS15°37' 05.1" N 108°15' 44.6" E
16CAHEO16°32' 11.0" N 107°57' 55.0" E
17DADEN13°59' 58.0" N 107°50' 37.0" E
18DOTEN15°46' 02.0" N 108°07' 05.8" E
19ESSEN15°38' 02.4" N 108°22' 54.2" E
20FIRAI15°52' 16.6" N 108°13' 31.4" E
21HENTA15°15' 46.1" N 108°06' 25.0" E
22HINTA16°10' 03.3" N 108°02' 54.6" E
23HOKIN16°27' 03.5" N 108°34' 43.3" E
24HUCAO16°20' 52.1" N 108°00' 28.3" E
25HUE16°24' 08.0" N 107°42' 06.0" EVOR/DME
26KALET15°52' 19.6" N 108°13' 21.0 " E
27KANGU16°21' 15.0" N 108°39' 53.0" E
28KEMSY15°32' 36.0" N 108°23' 45.3" E
29KHUHO15°15' 16.1" N 108°04' 29.4" E
30KONCO17°00' 00.0" N 107°11' 13.0" E
31KONGA15°54' 36.0" N 108°30' 41.8" E
32KUMUN14°58' 17.1" N 108°48' 27.3" E
33LAIKA16°35' 12.4" N 108°08' 06.6" E
34LATOM14°52' 46.0" N 107°50' 37.0" E
35LINDA16°15' 28.8" N 108°30' 26.3" E
36MANGA15°44' 54.7" N 107°43' 59.2" E
37MONRY15°42' 02.4" N 108°15' 00.2" E
38NOCKA15°25' 10.0" N 108°02' 47.7" E
39NOVAN15°15' 44.5" N 107°59' 14.9" E
40PAPRA15°46' 00.0" N 107°11' 00.0" E
41PHULU16°41' 41.2" N 107°53' 18.9" E
42ROMIN15°49' 13.8" N 108°30' 45.8" E
43SADIN15°04' 48.0" N 108°10' 38.0" E
44TAMKY15°36' 57.0" N 108°32' 39.0" E
45TAMLA15°47' 18.0" N 108°14' 15.0" E
46TANNA15°54' 12.0" N 107°39' 32.0" E
47TAWAN15°51' 17.5" N 108°06' 20.2" E
48TRABE16°53' 45.4" N 107°25' 37.1" E
49TRACO15°36' 05.7" N 108°08' 32.2" E
50VIDAN15°45' 03.3" N 107°59' 54.5" E
51VILOT15°02' 19.0" N 108°06' 42.0" E
52XAQUA14°55' 09.9" N 108°06' 05.8" E
53ZATON15°47' 58.9" N 108°21' 28.5" E

VVDN AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The turn pad area established at the beginning of RWY 17L have dimensioned as follow: length 130 M, width 73 M
TWY E (portion from E1 to E2) is used for aircraft with wingspan up to 65 M (code E).
The Da Nang International Airport will be used as alternate aerodrome for the Noi Bai International Airport in case aircraft B747-8 can not arrive at the Noi Bai International Airport, details are as follows:
  • Maximum take-off weight (Ton): 380 Ton.
  • 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, on parallel TWYs and on apron.
Remarks: Aircraft are requested to follow ATC instructions strictly.
Operation of aircraft A350-900 and B787-9:
  • Da Nang International Airport shall be used as alternate aerodrome for Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat International Airports in case aircraft A350-900 and B787-9 can not take-off from/land at these airports.
  • Use RWY 17L/35R as main RWY for aircraft A350-900 and B787-9 to take off and land.
  • Limited use of RWY 17R/35L for aircraft A350-900 and B787-9 to take off and land. If it is used, the aircraft must off-load.
Table of friction coefficients
RWY 17R/35L
Measured length (M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
17R2 7500.720.730.77
35L2 7500.720.730.76
RWY 17L/35R
Measured length (M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
17L3 2000.660.670.66
35R3 2000.670.660.66
HOT SPOTS
HOT SPOT NR
Description
HS 1
Aircraft crossing the intersection of TWYs E - E1 (the portion abeam military area): Should pay attention to safe distance with military aircraft and vehicles/facilities.
7 Operational procedures of two parallel RWYs
7.1 Details
7.1.1 Two parallel RWYs 35R/17L and 35L/17R at Da Nang International Airport are operated dependently and considered as one RWY for flight operation. Separation between take-off and landing aircraft are applied as using one RWY.
7.1.2 When both RWYs are used for aircraft taking-off/landing alternately: Approach lighting system, PAPI, THR identification lights of the RWY not be used for landing aircraft must be turned off.
7.1.3 Departing aircraft are not allowed to enter two RWYs at the same time.
7.1.4 At the same time, only one RWY direction is used for take-off/landing. Departing aircraft are not allowed to line up a RWY for take-off while another aircraft is approaching on the opposite direction of its.
7.1.5 Aircraft with length more than 34 m is not allowed to hold on connected TWYs between two RWYs when both RWYs are using for take-off/landing.
7.1.6 Aircraft are not allowed to cross RWY 35R/17L when landing aircraft position on final of RWY 35R/17L is at a distance less than:
  • 6 NM from RWY threshold under ATS surveillance; or
  • 3 minutes before estimated landing time without ATS surveillance.
7.1.7 Pilots are requested to comply with ATC's clearances/instructions strictly and timely; expedite vacate RWY or rolling take-off within a duration after receiving take-off clearance as specified:
  • For aircraft has lined up and ready for take-off: Aircraft should start rolling take-off in 30 seconds; or
  • For aircraft is at the holding point and ready for take-off: Aircraft should start rolling take-off in 1 minute.
7.1.8 These operational procedures do not applied in emergency, urgency or other necessities to ensure the safety, regularity of the flight operation.
7.2 Usage of two RWYs:
7.2.1 Usage of RWY 35R/L:
7.2.1.1 RWY 35L is mainly used for landing and RWY 35R for take-off;
7.2.1.2 Aircraft is only allowed to line up and wait on RWY 35R while another aircraft is approaching final RWY 35L in the conditions as specified:
  • Visibility is at or above 3 000 m, ceiling is at or above 200 m and the ATS surveillance systems are in normal operation, the targets are accurate and ATC can monitor the aircraft trajectory on final leg;
  • If above conditions are not satisfied, ATC only allow departing aircraft to line up RWY 35R when the landing aircraft has passed THR of RWY 35L.
7.2.1.3 Departing aircraft is only allowed to take off on RWY 35R when:
  • Landing aircraft has landed normally on RWY 35L; or
  • Not less than 6 NM from RWY THR under ATS surveillance; or
  • 3 minutes before ETA without ATS surveillance.
7.2.1.4 Departing aircraft is only allowed to take off at intersection of RWY 35R and TWYs E1/E2/E (when it is ready for take-off) when another approaching aircraft is 8 NM final RWY 35L or more and ensure the take-off operational requirements.
7.2.2 Usage of RWY 17R/L:
7.2.2.1 RWY 17R is mainly used for landing and RWY 17L for take-off.
7.2.2.2 Aircraft is only allowed to line up and wait on RWY 17L when the landing aircraft has passed THR of RWY 17R.
7.2.2.3 Departing aircraft is only allowed to take off on RWY 17L when:
  • Landing aircraft has landed normally on RWY 17R; or
  • Not less than 6 NM from RWY threshold under ATS surveillance; or
  • 3 minutes before ETA without ATS surveillance.
7.2.2.4 Departing aircraft is only allowed to take off at intersection of RWY 17L with TWYs E4/E6/E7 (when it is ready for take-off) when another landing aircraft is 8 NM final RWY 17R or more and ensure the take-off operational requirements.
7.2.3 Using RWY 35R/17L for take-off/landing, RWY 35L/17R for taxiing.
7.2.3.1 Using RWY 35L/17R for taxiing aircraft:
- Landing aircraft is informed about the presence of taxiing aircraft on RWY 35L/17R.
- Landing aircraft must execute precision approach (ILS RWY 35R).
- By night:
  • RWY 35L/17R:
    + The approach lighting system, PAPI, THR RWY identification of RWY 35L must be turned off.
    + RWY edge lighting system of RWY 35L is switched at the lowest intensity level and follow-me car service must be provided for taxiing aircraft on RWY 35L/17R.
  • RWY 35R/17L: All approach lighting system and RWY lighting for landing aircraft must be turned on as regulated.
- By day:
  • RWY 35L/17R: All approach lighting system and RWY lighting must be turned off .
  • RWY 35R/17L: All approach lighting system and RWY lighting must be turned on as regulated.
7.2.3.2 Departing aircraft on RWY 35R/17L is allowed to take-off when the landing aircraft on RWY 35R/17L is:
  • Not less than 6 NM from RWY threshold under ATS surveillance; or
  • 3 minutes before ETA without ATS surveillance.
7.2.3.3 Departing aircraft is only allowed to take off at intersection of RWY 35R and TWYs E1/E2/E (when it is ready for take-off) or at intersection of RWY 17L and TWYs E4/E6/E7 when landing aircraft with same direction with departing one is 8 NM final RWY 35R or RWY 17L and ensure the take-off operational requirements.
7.2.4 When VIP flights are in operation:
VIP flights shall be assigned the RWY equipped the best facilities and operational conditions.

VVDN AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO DA NANG AERODROMEAIRPORT

VVDN AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-2: Operational Minima
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VVDN AD 2.24-2a: Operational minima
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VVDN AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-3a: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO - Type A (Operating limitations)
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VVDN AD 2.24-5a: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO - Type A (Operating limitations)
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VVDN AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-3a: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO - Type A (Operating limitations)
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VVDN AD 2.24-5a: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO - Type A (Operating limitations)
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VVDN AD 2.24-6: Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-7: Area Chart - ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 35L/R: HUE 1A, CAHEO 1A, KANGU 1A, SAMBO 1A
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VVDN AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 35L/R: TAMKY 1A, TAHUA 1A, TANNA 1A, ANLUT 1A
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VVDN AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 17L/R: HUE 1B, CAHEO 1B, KANGU 1B, SAMBO 1B
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VVDN AD 2.24-8c: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 17L/R: TAMKY 1B, TAHUA 1B, TANNA 1B, ANLUT 1B
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VVDN AD 2.24-8d: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 35L: HOKIN 1A, KEMSY 1A, LAIKA 1A, TANNA 1C
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VVDN AD 2.24-8d-1: SID and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-8d-1a: SID and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-8e: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 35R: HOKIN 1B, KEMSY 1B, LAIKA 1B, TANNA 1D
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VVDN AD 2.24-8e-1: SID and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-8e-1a: SID and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-8f: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 35L/R: KANGU 1H, TAMKY 1F, TAHUA 1C, ANLUT 1C, TANNA 1E, KONCO 1B, CAHEO 1G
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VVDN AD 2.24-8g: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 17L/R: KANGU 1J, TAMKY 1G, TAHUA 1D, ANLUT 1D, TANNA 1F, HUE 1H, CAHEO 1H
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VVDN AD 2.24-9: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 35L/R: MISIN 1A, TAMKY 1A, KANGU 1A, CAHEO 1A, HUE 1A, TANNA 1A, SUNRA 1A
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VVDN AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 35L/R: MISIN 1B, MISIN 1D, TAMKY 1B, KANGU 1B, SUNRA 1B, SUNRA 1D
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VVDN AD 2.24-9b: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 35L: MIN 1C, TAM 1C, TAN 1C, KAN 1C, SAM 1C, PB 1B, CAH 1B
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VVDN AD 2.24-9c: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 35L: KANGU 1D, TAMKY 1D, NOCKA 1A, MANGA 1A, HUE 1C, CAHEO 1C
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VVDN AD 2.24-9c-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-9c-1a: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-9c-1b: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-9d: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 35R: KANGU 1E, TAMKY 1E, NOCKA 1B, MANGA 1B, HUE 1D, CAHEO 1D
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VVDN AD 2.24-9d-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-9d-1a: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-9d-1b: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-9e: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 35L: KANGU 1F, HUE 1E, CAHEO 1E
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VVDN AD 2.24-9e-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-9e-1a: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35L
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VVDN AD 2.24-9f: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNAV RWY 35R: KANGU 1G, HUE 1F, CAHEO 1F
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VVDN AD 2.24-9f-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-9f-1a: STAR and Transition coding of RNAV RWY 35R
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VVDN AD 2.24-10: ATC Surveillance Minimum Altitude Chart - ICAO
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VVDN AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 35L: VOR
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VVDN AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 35L: ILS z
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VVDN AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 35L: ILS y
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VVDN AD 2.24-11c: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 35L: ILS x
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VVDN AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 35R: ILS x
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VVDN AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach chart - ICAO - RWY 35R: VOR
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VVDN AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach hart - ICAO - RWY 35R: ILS z
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VVDN AD 2.24-11g: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 35R: ILS y
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VVDN AD 2.24-11h: Instrument Approach Chart (IAP) - ICAO - RWY 17R: VOR Z
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VVDN AD 2.24-11i: Instrument Approach Chart (IAP) - ICAO - RWY 17R: VOR Y
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VVDN AD 2.24-11j: Instrument Approach Chart (IAP) - ICAO - RWY 17L: VOR Z
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VVDN AD 2.24-11k: Instrument Approach chart (IAP) - ICAO - RWY 17L: VOR Y
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VVDN AD 2.24-11l: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 35L: ILS W
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VVDN AD 2.24-11m: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 35R: ILS W
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VVDN AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach Chart - ICAO
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