VVCR — KHANH HOA/Cam Ranh International

VVCR AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

VVCR — KHANH HOA/Cam Ranh International

VVCR AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1
ARP coordinates and site at AD
115944N115943.69N -1091306E1091306.26E
Intersection of theRCL centre line of RWY02L/20R and the centre lineCL of TWY W4
2
Direction and distance from the city
27 KM from the central of Nha Trang city in the North, and 10 KM from the Cam Ranh town in the South
3
Elevation/reference temperature
14 M (43 FT)/26.5°C
4
MAG VAR
1°W
5
AD Administration, address, telephone, Fax, AFS
Post:Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV)
Middle Airports Authority Representative at Cam Ranh International Airport
Tell:(84-258) 3 989 928
Fax:(84-258) 3 989 928
AFS:NIL
Post:Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV)
Cam Ranh International Airport
Tell:(84-258) 3 989 909
Fax:(84-258) 3 989 906
AFS:VVCRYDYX
6
Type of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
7
Remarks
Nil

VVCR AD 2.3 OPERATION 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

VVCR AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

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

VVCR AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

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

VVCR AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1
AD category for fire fighting
CAT 9: Within AD HR (No facilities for foaming of RWY)
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

VVCR AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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

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

1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
Apron (including stands 31, 32, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40): PCN 66/R/A/W/T.
Apron (including stands 35, 36, 37, 41, 42, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71): PCN 42/R/B/X/T.
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
W, W1, W3, W5, W6, W7,G1, G3, G5
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 42/R/B/X/T
W4
Width:
12.5 M
Surface:
Bituminous concrete
Strength:
PCN 42/R/B/X/T
Y5
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Bituminous concrete
Strength:
PCN 47/R/B/X/T. Only used for aircraft with its wingspan up to but not including 36 M.
Y6
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete (TWY edge: bituminous concrete)
Strength:
PCN 42/R/B/X/T
W7, G7, Y7
Width:
23 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 66/R/A/W/T
G7, Y7
To be advised later
3
Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation
Location:
North pad/South pad
Elevation:
13.1 M/5.4 M
4
VOR checkpoints
Nil
5
INS checkpoints
Nil
6
Remarks

- TWYs using for both civil and military flight operations: W, Y5, Y6, Y7,W3, W5, W6, W7, G1, G3, G5, G7.
- TWYs usingusingfor formilitary flight operations: W4, E, E1, E3,E5, E7, Y3, Y4, D1, D2, D3, D4, D5.

VVCR 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 TWYs, RWYs and at all holding positions
Guidelines at apron
Nose-in guidance at aircraft stands
Visual Docking Guidance System (VDGS) at Cam Ranh International Airport is Safedock type T3-9 (T-types), available at stands 33, 34, 35, 36, 52 and 53.
Pilots are requested to comply with limitations of speed during entry into stand using VDGS.
a) Applied for T1 terminal:
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 4 m/s within the distance from 20 M and beyond to the stop-position of stand;
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 3 m/s within the distance from 20 M to 10 M to the stop-position of stand;
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 2 m/s within the distance from 10 M to 3 M to the stop-position of stand (within remaining distance, reduce speed and stop at stop-position of stand);
- The maximum distance between the center of the nose wheel of aircraft and the center of the stop-position of stand: ± 1 M.
b) Applied for T2 terminal:
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 4 m/s within the distance from 20 M and beyond to the stop-position of stand;
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 3 m/s within the distance from 20 M to 10 M to the stop-position of stand;
- Speed of aircraft is not exceed 1m/s within the distance from 10 M to 3 M to the stop-position of stand (within remaining distance, reduce speed and stop at stop-position of stand);
- The maximum distance between the center of the nose wheel of aircraft and the center of the stop-position of stand: ± 0.5 M.
2
RWY and TWY marking and lighting
RWY:
Marking:
- RWY 02L/20R:Designation, THR, TDZ, centre line, edge line and end of RWY.
- RWY 02R/20L: Designation, THR, TDZ, centre line, edge line, end of RWY and RWY turn pad.
Lights:
- RWY 02L/20R:THR, edge line, flashing lights andlimit.
- RWY 02R/20L: THR, edge line, flashing lights, end of RWY and edge of turn pad.
TWY:
Marking: Designation, centre line, edge line, TWY edge andholding points.
Lights:
-RWY 02L/20R: Edge lineat allTWYs W, W1, W3,except TWYW4, W5, W6, W7, Y, Y3, Y4, Y5, Y6, Y7, Z.
-RWY 02R/20L: Edge line at TWYs G1, G3, G5.
3
Stop bars
TWYs G1, G3, G5.
4
Remarks
Nil

VVCR AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2
OBST ID/Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT (M)
Markings/Type, colour
Remarks
VVCROB001
Lamp pole
120036.8N79N
1091339.3E29E
18/11
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20L/02R
VVCROB002
Lamp pole
115844.4N39N 1091252.4E38E13/9
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20R/02L
VVCROB003
Lamp pole
115841.9N92N 1091255.9E85E15/11
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20R/02L
VVCROB004
Tree
115842.2N21N 1091253.8E75E21/17
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20R/02L
VVCROB005
Lamp pole
120050.3N33N 1091332.1E05E17/11
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20R/02L
VVCROB006
Lamp pole
115849.1N06N 1091244.1E09E15/9
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20R/02L
VVCROB007
Tree
115846.4N39N 1091247.9E86E19/17
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, RWY 20R/02L
VVCROB008
Building
115913.0N04N 1091259.2E15E21/13
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB009
Antenna
120031120030.0N95N 1091323.9E93E22/9
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB010
Electric pole
120034.9N87N 1091340.4E39E18/11
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB011
Tree
120048.8N82N 1091324.6E64E24/7
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB012
Tree
11590011590.7N66N 1091254.4E42E13/9
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB013
Electric pole
115849.1N06N 1091244.1E09E15/9
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB014
Electric pole
115841.9N92N 1091255.9E85E18/9
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB015
Electric pole
115830.1N05N 1091300.2E22E20/10
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB016
Antenna
115939.0N04N 1091128.4E40E64/62
MARKED/LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB017
Building
120207.0N04N 1091249.9E91E60/49
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB018
Building
120214.0N04N 1091247.1E06E67/55
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB019
Building
120242.5N54N 1091227.3E32E76/55
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB020
Building
115948.0N04N 1091341.7E73E60/6
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB021
Building
115946.3N27N 1091342.5E54E71/9
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB022
Antenna
115834.3N25N 1091400.3E28E95/8
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVCROB023
Antenna
115832.7N72N 1091400.5E49E105/19
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B

VVCR AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION

1
Associated MET office
Cam Ranh MET station
2
Hours of service
H24
3
Office Responsible for TAF preparation
Tan Son Nhat MET Office
Periods of validity
24 HR (04 times per day with effect at 0000, 0600, 1200, 1800 UTC issued 1HR before TAF message validity)
4
Type of landing forecast
TREND (to be added to METAR)
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
Available
8
Supplementary equipment available for providing information
Briefing terminal
9
ATS units provided with information
Cam Ranh TWR; Cam Ranh ARO
10
Additional information
AFTN/AMHS address: VVCRYMYX

VVCR AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY
NR
TRUE BRG
Dimensions of RWY (M)
Strength PCN surface of RWY and SWY
THR co-ordinates
THR elevation and highest ELEV of TDZ of precision APP RWY
123456
02L019°3 051 x 45
PCN 47/R/B/X/T
Concrete cement
115906.25N
1091253.28E
THR 6.0 M
20R199°3 051 x 45
PCN 47/R/B/X/T
Concrete cement
120040.24N
1091325.86E
THR 14.1 M
02R019°3 048 x 45
PCN 66/R/A/W/T
Concrete cement
115853.85N
1091259.63E
THR 4.6 M
20L199°3 048 x 45
PCN 66/R/A/W/T
Concrete cement
120027.73N
1091332.16E
THR 10.6 M
Slope of RWY-SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
RESA dimensions (M)
OFZ
Remarks
78910111213
+0.25%60 x 45200 x 1503 291 x 30090 x 90
Nil
Nil
60 x 45200 x 1503 291 x 30090 x 70
Nil
0.285%100 x 603 368 x 300130 x 90
Nil
Nil
100 x 603 368 x 300130 x 90
Nil
Nil

VVCR AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator
TORA (M)
TODA (M)
ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
02L3 0513 2513 1113 051
Nil
20R3 0513 2513 1113 051
Nil
02R3 0483 0483 1483 048
Nil
20L3 0483 0483 1483 048
Nil

VVCR AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY Designator
APCH LGT
Type
LEN
INTST
THR LGT
Colour
WBAR
VASIS (MEHT)
PAPI
TDZ LGT
LEN (M)
RWY Centre Line LGT
Length
Colour
Spacing
INTST
RWY edge LGT
LEN
Spacing
Colour
INTST
RWY End LTG
Colour WBAR
SWY LGT
LEN (M)
Colour
Remarks
12345678910
02L
SALS
420M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left
Nil
Nil
3 048 M
60 M,
white
Red
Nil
301 M FM THR RWY 02L
20R
SALS
420 M300M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left
Nil
Nil
3 048 M
60 M,
white
Red
Nil
383 M FM THR RWY 20R
02R
SALS
420M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left
Nil
Nil
3 048 M
60 M,
white
Red
Nil
PAPI: 295.66 M FM THR RWY 02R
20L
SALS
420M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left
Nil
Nil
3 048 M
60 M,
white
Red
Nil
PAPI: 386.94 M FM THR RWY 20L

VVCR AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1
ABN/IBN location, characteristics
ABN: Green - white 12 RPM on top of TWR
Hours of operation
H24
2
LDI location and LGT
LDI: Nil
Anemometer location and LGT
Anemometer: RWY 02L/20R and RWY 02R/20L, LGTD
3
Secondary power supply/switch-over time
Secondary power supply: 2 generatorsto 400all KVAlighting at AD
Switch-over time: 15 SEC
4
Remarks
Nil

VVCR AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

Nil

VVCR AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1
Designation and lateral limits
Cam Ranh CTR: A circle withradius 8 NM (15KM),centred at ARP
2
Vertical limits
SFC to and include height 750 M (AMSL)
3
Airspace classification
D
4
ATS unit call sign
Cam Ranh Tower
Language(s)
English, Vietnamese
5
Transition altitude
2 750 M
6
Remarks
Nil

VVCR AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of operation
Remarks
12345
TWR
Cam Ranh TWR
118.2 MHzH24
Primary frequency
124.35 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
APP
Cam Ranh APP
127.9 MHzH24
Primary frequency
124.35 MHZH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
ACC
Ho Chi Minh ACC
120.1 MHzH24
Primary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency

VVCR AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid
ID
Frequency
Hours of operationOperation
PositionSite of transmittingTransmitting antenna
coordinatesCoordinates
ELEVElevation of DME transmittingTransmitting antenna
Remarks
1234567
DVOR/DMECRA116.5 MHz
CH112X
H24
115940N
1091312E
7.5 M
Coverage: 320 KM
NDBCR414 KHzH24
120001N
1091259E
20 M

Coverage: 95 KM.
375 M from centre line of RWY 02L/20R to the West of the airport,
1 635 M from THR RWY 02L and
1 413M from THR RWY 20R

ILS/GP-DMEICR330.2 MHz
CH44X
H24
115913.2N115913N
1091259.4E1091259E

Coverage: 10 NM.
105 M from centre line of RWY 02L, 270 M from THR RWY 02L

ILS/LOCICR110.7 MHzH24
120049.2N120049N
1091328.9E1091329E

Coverage: 25 NM.
291 M from THR RWY 20R

ILS/GP-DMEICA335.0 MHz
CH40X
H24
120016.5N48N
1091332.3E28E

Coverage: 10 NM

ILS/LOCICA110.3 MHzH24
115844.9N92N
1091256.5E52E\

Coverage: 25 NM

ILS/GP-DMEICX331.1 MHz
CH56X
H24
115900.5N52N
10913061091305.0E95E

Coverage: 10 NM

ILS/LOCICX111.9 MHzH24
120036.7N66N
1091335.3E25E

Coverage: 25 NM

VVCR AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1 Airport regulations
At Cam Ranh International Airport a number of local regulations have been applied. The regulations are published in a manual which is available at Cam Ranh ATS Reporting Office. This manual includes, among other subjects, the followings:
  1. The meaning of markings and signs;
  2. Information on aircraft stands including visual docking guidance systems;
  3. Information on taxiing 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. Marshaller and follow-me-car assistance.
2 Taxiing to and from stands
2.1
Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand number by Cam Ranh Tower Unit.
2.2 Operational procedure of aircraft stands
Aircraft stands from 1 to 30: to be advised later.
Aircraft stands
Aircraft operational procedure
31
- Used for aircraft up to Code D (wingspan up to but not including 52 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
32
- Used for aircraft up to Code E (wingspan up to but not including 65 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
33, 34
- Used for aircraft up to Code E (wingspan up to but not including 65 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
35, 36
- Used for aircraft Code E and equivalent (wingspan up to but not including 65 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
37
- Used for aircraft Code D and equivalent (wingspan up to but not including 52 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
38, 39, 40
- Used for aircraft up to Code C (wingspan up to but not including36 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft are towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
41, 42
- Used for aircraft A320 and equivalent;
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft are towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
51
- Used for aircraft Code E and equivalent (wingspan up to but not including65 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
52, 53
- Used for aircraft Code E and equivalent (wingspan up to but not including65 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft aretowed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
Note: Stands 52 and 53 are equipped with passenger boarding bridge.
54
- Used for aircraft Code E and equivalent (wingspanup to but not including 65M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft are towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure.
55
-Used for aircraft Code Cand equivalent (wingspan up to but not including 36 M);
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self taxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft self taxi out or are towed/pushed back to taxilane Y (subject to traffic situation and ATC's instructions) for departure.
From 56 to 63
- Used for aircraft Code C and equivalent (wingspan up to but not including 36 M);
- For arrival aircraft:Aircraft selftaxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraftare towed/pushed back to taxilane Y for departure,
- Note: When there is noaircraft operating at opposite stand or opposite stand on the right side, aircraft are allowed to selftaxi via opposite stand → turn left to taxilane Z → TWY Y5 for departure.
From 64 to 71
- Used for aircraft Code C and equivalent (wingspanup to but not including 36 M);
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self taxi in;
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft are towed/pushed back to taxilane Z (with its nose-wheel facing to the South) → TWY Y5for departure;
- Note: When there is no aircraft operating at opposite stand or opposite stand on the right/left side, aircraft are allowed to self taxi via opposite stand → turn left/ right to taxilane Y → TWY Y5/Y6 for departure.
3 Training flights - technical test flights
Training flights and technical test flights can be made once having obtained the permission from the appropriate Authority.

VVCR AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Nil

VVCR AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH
1.1 General procedures
1.1.1 For RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH operations, the navigation systems based on GNSS shall meet ICAO RNP 1 and RNP APCH standard of accuracy.
1.1.2 Operators/pilots are responsible for checking RAIM Prediction.
1.1.3 Operators/pilots who are not approved to fly RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH shall inform ATC and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
1.1.4 A set of TRANSITION routes have been designed to connect RNP 1 SIDs/STARs with the existing airways.
1.1.5 Operators shall implement the PBN procedures training for pilot and must ensure that pilot are trained to well understand the terrain within the vicinity of Cam Ranh Airport before operating PBN procedures.
1.1.6 Operators/pilots expecting to fly RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH, shall fill appropriate navigation capability indicators into flight plan (item 10a and item 18 PBN/), as follows:
  • Insert R (PBN approved) into item 10a;
  • Insert O1 (RNP 1 all permitted sensors) or O2 (RNP 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 O1 or G for O2, S1 and S2).
1.1.7 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.
1.1.8 Pilots must not fly an RNP 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. 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 RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH waypoint type in database from a fly-by waypoint to a fly-over waypoint or vice versa.
1.1.9 Pilots shall comply with an ATC assigned level. Pilots shall also adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on the cleared RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH. 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 RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH.
1.1.10 If ATC issues an instruction 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 the controller confirms a new route clearance. When the aircraft is not on the published route, the specified accuracy requirement does not apply.
1.1.11 The phraseology used by ATC and pilot concerning RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH operations shall be compliant with Doc.4444 PANS-ATM.
1.2 Arrivals

1.2.1 The procedure for arriving aircraft consists of two main elements:

  • TRANSITION route, if applicable; and
  • STAR.
1.2.2 A TRANSITION route starts at a waypoint on the airway to the waypoint that starts the STAR.
1.2.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate arriving aircraft from obstacles and departing aircraft.
1.2.4 Approach clearances shall be issued by ATC depending on practical operation conditions.
1.2.5 ATC shall issue clearance for arriving aircraft including the following contents:
  • Call sign;
  • STAR and TRANSITION route, if applicable;
  • Runway-in-use, except when part of the STAR description;
  • Cleared flight level/altitude; and
  • Any other related instructions or information not contained in the STAR description.
Note:
The use of a STAR designator without a cleared level/altitude does not authorize the aircraft to descend on the STAR vertical profile.
1.3 Departures
1.3.1 The procedure for departing aircraft consists of two main elements:
  • SID; and
  • TRANSITION route, if applicable.
1.3.2 A TRANSITION route starts at the end of SID to a waypoint from which the aircraft will intercept the airway.
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 applicable;
  • Route;
  • Cleared flight level/altitude;
  • SSR code; and
  • Any other related instructions or information not contained in the SID description
Note:
The use of a SID designator without a cleared level/altitude does not authorize the aircraft to climb on the SID vertical profile.
1.4 Contingency procedures
1.4.1 Aircraft unable to comply with RNP 1 or RNP APCH requirements
If unable to comply with RNP 1 or RNP APCH requirements, pilots shall inform ATC and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
1.4.2 Aircraft experiencing degradation or failure of RNAV System or GNSS signal
When an aircraft cannot meet the requirements of RNP 1 or RNP APCH compliance as a result of a failure or degradation of RNAV System or failure GNSS signal, pilot shall notify ATC and expect the same procedure as RNP 1 or RNP APCH non-compliant aircraft.
1.4.3 Aircraft experiencing adverse weather
When an aircraft flying on RNP 1 or RNP APCH procedure encounters adverse weather which is likely to impact the aircraft’s adherence to the cleared procedure, pilot will notify ATC and request a revised clearance.
1.4.4 Radio communications failure procedure
In the event of a radio communication failure, the pilots of RNP 1 equipped aircraft are expected to follow the procedures given below:
  • Arriving aircraft continue on the cleared procedures comply with altitude and speed restrictions, and at the end of the STAR join the holding pattern at IAF. Aircraft leave holding pattern at EAT and make appropriate approach procedures.
  • Departing aircraft continue on the cleared procedures comply with altitude and speed restrictions and further climb to cruising level as mentioned in current flight plan.
1.4.5 Procedure for changing RWY-in-use
ATC shall determine time to change RWY-in-use and aircraft sequence in order to issue suitable clearance for aircraft.
For aircraft reaching altitude above MSA: ATC issue clearance to ensure such aircraft can maintain an altitude above MSA and intercept other procedures in compliance with air traffic condition.
For aircraft reaching altitude below MSA: ATC issue clearance for such aircraft to climb to an altitude above MSA via route of the current procedure, then continue to control this aircraft the same way for aircraft reaching altitude above MSA.
2 SID/STAR/TRANSITION/IAP RNP waypoints
NR
Wayoints
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remark
1ANKIN114448.4N 1085707.7E
2BANKE115350.2N 1085154.9E
3BIDAM121456.9N 1084820.5E
4CHUTU122115.7N 1083802.2E
5COTUN122031.8N 1091922.3E
6FURAL121536.3N 1092809.6E
7HAPHA113148.1N 1084305.8E
8HUNTA121002.8N 1093235.3E
9KAMGO131715.0N 1090605.0E
10KETNO121107.0N 1091614.0E
11KOPOM120216.0N 1093500.4E
12LIGUN121854.4N 1094934.0E
13LKH114515.0N 1082119.0EVOR/DME
14NIHOA122119.8N 1091107.2E
15NITOM124431.0N 1103825.0E
16PANLU121831.5N 1090206.0E
17RABIN122455.5N 1094537.1E
18SIMME124010.6N 1091727.8E
19SOTEN121113.0N 1085425.3E
20TEMMA121129.9N 1095240.4E
21THAKA120905.0N 1085320.7E
22VEPAM135800.0N 1100000.0E
23CR021114702.6N 1091715.9E
24CR022115033.0N 1090955.3E
25CR023115342.6N 1091100.9E
26CR025115453.4N 1092009.0E
27CR026120250.5N 1092304.6E
28CR027115727.2N 1091257.3E
29CR201120834.9N 1092346.4E
30CR202121455.7N 1091822.7E
31CR203121051.5N 1091658.5E
32CR204120646.6N 1091533.3E
33CR205115555.0N 1091147.1E
34CR209121356.8N 1090742.7E
35CR211120207.9N 1085825.5E
36CR218120225.9N 1091402.6E
37CR219120355.7N 1092600.6E
38CR220115016.1N 1093300.4E
39CR222114521.1N 1092307.8E
40CR223114910.3N 1093228.9E
41CR300120525.4N 1091504.8E
42CR301121247.9N 1091314.7E
43CR303121719.1N 1090426.9E
44CR400115158.5N 1091025.1E
45CR401114942.2N 1091710.4E
46CR402120011.2N 1092046.0E
47CR403120257.1N 1091410.6E
48CR404115910.0N 1090455.3E
49CR405120457.1N 1090924.1E
50CR406121116.2N 1091542.9E
51ARP115943.7N 1091306.3E
52THR 02L115906.3N 1091253.3ETHR
53MAPT (RWY 02L)115744.4N 1091224.9E
54THR 20R120040.2N 1091325.9ETHR
55THR 02R115853.9N 1091259.6ETHR
56THR 20L120027.7N 1091332.2ETHR
57ZACAT121047.4N 1091703.8E
58CR818120339.0N 1091438.5E
59CR822115028.5N 1091004.6E
60CR293121048.3N 1091707.4E
61CR294120636.0N 1091539.8E
62CR295115542.5N 1091153.4E
63CR823115335.5N 1091109.4E

VVCR AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 Table of friction coefficients
RWY 02L/20R
Measured length
(M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
02L2 7500.720.750.73
20R2 7500.730.730.73
2 Operation of two parallel runways
2.1 
Two parallel RWYs 02L/20R and 02R/20L at Cam Ranh International Airport are operated dependently and considered as one RWY for flight operations.
2.2 
Pilots are requested to strictly and timely comply with ATC's clearances/ instructions; expedite vacate RWY or rolling take off when instructed by ATC. Before crossing RWY-in-use, pilot must pay attention, focus on and be responsible for notifying and only carrying out when having ATC’s clearance.
2.3 
In the recent time, aircraft is not allowed to taxi to one RWY for waiting or taking-off when the other aircraft is approaching to land on the remaining RWY.
2.4 
Aircraft is not allowed to hold on TWY G1 (between two RWYs) when other arriving aircraft is on final approach of RWY 02L.
2.5 
These operational procedures are not applied in emergency, urgency or other necessities to ensure the safety, regularity of the flight operations.
2.6 
Usage of two RWYs:
2.6.1 When there is military flight operation:
2.6.1.1 When using RWY 02L/R: RWY 02L is mainly used for civil and military aircraft taking-off/ landing;
2.6.1.2 When using RWY 20R/L: RWY 20R is mainly used for civil and military aircraft taking-off/ landing;
2.6.1.3 The usage of RWY differs from regulations defined in items 2.6.1.1 and 2.6.1.2 above is only applied when having agreement between the involved military commander and ATC at Cam Ranh TWR to ensure safety, efficiency of flight operations.
2.6.2 When there is no military flight operation:
2.6.2.1 When using RWY 02L/R:
  • RWY 02L is used for civil aircraft landing;
  • RWY 02R is used for civil aircraft taking-off.
Notes:
  • RWY 02L can be used for civil aircraft taking off, subject to air traffic condition;
  • RWY 02R can be used for civil aircraft landing, subject to air traffic condition.
2.6.2.2 When using RWY 20L/R:
  • RWY 20R is mainly used for civil aircraft taking-off/landing;
  • Note: RWY 20L can be used for civil aircraft taking-off/landing, subject to air traffic condition.
2.6.3 Aircraft are not allowed to cross RWY in-use, when:
- There is other aircraft which has received ATC's clearances to take-off/ land on this RWY, or
- There is an arrival aircraft approaching to land and the distance from THR RWY is:
  • For civil aircraft: Less than 6 NM under ATS surveillance or less than 3 minutes before estimated landing time without ATS surveillance;
  • For military aircraft: Less than 3 minutes before estimated landing time.
Note: Aircraft only allowed to taxi crossing RWY in-use when having agreement between the involved military commander and ATC at Cam Ranh TWR.
2.6.4 The RWY used for VIP flights shall be assigned on the basic of the RWY with the best equipment system and actual operational conditions.
3 HOT SPOTS
HOT SPOT NR
Description
HS 1
Position: The intersection between TWY Y6 and TWY W
Aircraft code D, E taxiing to the intersection between TWY Y6 and TWY W, when turning right into TWY W should pay attention:
- Aircraft may taxi out of TWY and collide with TWY edge lights.
- Taxiing speed of aircraft does not exceed 25 km/h when crossing the intersections and when taxiing in the apron.
HS 2
Position: The intersection between TWY W and TWY W5
Aircraft code D, E taxiing to the intersection between TWY W and TWY W5, when turning left into TWY W5 should pay attention:
- Aircraft may taxi out of TWY and collide with TWY edge lights.
- Taxiing speed of aircraft does not exceed 25 km/h when crossing the intersections and when taxiing in the apron.
HS 3
Position: The intersection between TWY W3 and TWY W
Aircraft code D, E taxiing to the intersection between TWY W3 and TWY W, when turning right into TWY W should pay attention:
- Aircraft may taxi out of TWY and collide with TWY edge lights.
- Taxiing speed of aircraft does not exceed 25 km/h when crossing the intersections and when taxiing in the apron.

VVCR AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO CAM RANH AERODROMEAIRPORT

VVCR AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-2: AD Operating Minima
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VVCR AD 2.24-2a: AD Operating Minima
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VVCR AD 2.24-2b: AD Operating Minima
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VVCR AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/ Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/ Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-3a: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L/20R
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VVCR AD 2.24-5a: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R/20L
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VVCR AD 2.24-6: Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-7: Area Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 02L/R: NITOM 1A, PTH 1A, DALAT 1A, KARAN 1A, KARAN 1B
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VVCR AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 20L/R: NITOM 1B, PTH 1B, DALAT 1B, KARAN 1C
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VVCR AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 02L: NITOM 1C, PTH 1C, DALAT 1C, KARAN 1D, KARAN 1E
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VVCR AD 2.24-8c: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 20R: NITOM 1D, PTH 1D, DALAT 1D, KARAN 1F
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VVCR AD 2.24-8d: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 02L/R: FURAL 1A, NIHOA 1A, PANLU 1A, THAKA 1A
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VVCR AD 2.24-8d-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 02L
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VVCR AD 2.24-8d-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 02R
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VVCR AD 2.24-8e: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 20L/R: ANKIN 1B, BANKE 1B, KOPOM 1A, NIHOA 1B, SOTEN 1B
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VVCR AD 2.24-8e-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 20L
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VVCR AD 2.24-8e-1a: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 20R
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VVCR AD 2.24-9: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 02L/R – 20L/R: PHUSA 1A, SUIDA 1A, PANCA 1A, NHATA 1A
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VVCR AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 20R: PHUSA 1B, SUIDA 1B, PANCA 1B, NHATA 1B
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VVCR AD 2.24-9b: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 02L: PHUSA 1C, SUIDA 1C, PANCA 1C, NHATA 1C
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VVCR AD 2.24-9c: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 02L/R: ANKIN 1A, BANKE 1A, COTUN 2A, HUNTA 2A, SOTEN 1A
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VVCR AD 2.24-9c-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNP 1 RWY 02L/R
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VVCR AD 2.24-9c-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNP 1 RWY 02L/R
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VVCR AD 2.24-9d: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 20L/R: BANKE 1C, COTUN 3B, HUNTA 2B, PANLU 1B
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VVCR AD 2.24-9d-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNP 1 RWY 20L/R
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VVCR AD 2.24-9d-1a: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNP 1 RWY 20L/R
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VVCR AD 2.24-10: ATC Surveillance Minimum Altitude Chart – ICAO
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VVCR AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: NDB CAT A, B
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VVCR AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: NDB CAT C, D
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VVCR AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L: VOR CAT A, B
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VVCR AD 2.24-11c: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L: VOR CAT C
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VVCR AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: VOR X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11d-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R: VOR X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: VOR Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: VOR Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11f-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R: VOR Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11g: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20L: VOR Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11h: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L: ILS X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11h-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R – RWY 02L: ILS X
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VVCR AD 2.24–11i: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R: ILS X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11i-1: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R: ILS X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11j: APCH procedure coding of RWY 02L: ILS Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11k: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R: ILS Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11l: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L: ILS Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11l-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R – RWY 02L: ILS Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11m: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R: ILS Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11m-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 02R: ILS Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11n: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20L: ILS X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11n-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20L: ILS X
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VVCR AD 2.24-11o: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20L: ILS Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11o-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R – RWY 20L: ILS Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11p: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20L: ILS Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11q: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11q-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 02L: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11r: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11r-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 02R: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11s: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20L: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11s-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20L: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24–11t: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11t-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R: RNP Y
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VVCR AD 2.24-11u: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02L: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11u-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 02L: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11v: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 02R: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11v-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 02R: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11w: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20L: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11w-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20L: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11x: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 20R: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-11x-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 20R: RNP Z
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VVCR AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach Chart – ICAO
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