VVPQ — KIEN GIANG/Phu Quoc International

VVPQ AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

VVPQ — KIEN GIANG/Phu Quoc International

VVPQ AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1
ARP coordinates and site at AD
101011N - 1035935E
Intersection of RCL 10/28 and CL of TWY S5
2
Direction and distance from the city
07 KM, from the central of Duong Dong town in the South
3
Elevation/reference temperature
7 M/27°C
4
MAG VAR
0°21' West
5
AD Administration, address, telephone, fax, AFS
Post:Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV)
Representation of Southern Airports Authority atPhu Quoc International Airport
Tell:(84-297) 3 996 633
Fax:(84-297) 3 996 611
AFS:Nil
Post:Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV)
Phu Quoc International Airport
Tell:(84-297) 3 991 313
Fax:(84-297) 3 986 969
AFS:VVPQYDYX
6
Type of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
7
Remarks
Nil

VVPQ 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
11
De-icing
Nil
12
Remark
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1
Cargo handling facilities
Conveyor, cargo truck and fork lift
2
Fuel/oil types
JET A1
3
Fuelling facilities/capacity
Available
4
De-icing facilities
Nil
5
Hangar space for visiting aircraft
Nil
6
Repair facilities for visiting aircraft
Nil
7
Remarks
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1
Hotels
Near airport and in the Phu Quoc Island
2
Restaurants
Restaurants at airport
3
Transportation
Buses, taxis
4
Medical facilities
First aid at airport. Hospitals in Phu Quoc Island
5
Bank and Post Offices
Available at airport
6
Tourist Office
Available at airport
7
Remarks
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

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

VVPQ AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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

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

1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 76/R/B/X/T
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
Width:
A1, A2, A3, S, S1, S2, S4, S5, S6, S8, S9 = 25 M
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 76/R/B/X/T
3
Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation
Location:
RWY 28
Elevation:
7 M
4
VOR checkpoints
Nil
5
INS checkpoints
Nil
6
Remarks
TWY A2 only used for aircraft up to Code C (A320, A321) and equivalent.

VVPQ AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1
Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft stands
Taxiing guidance signs at all intersections with TWY and RWY and at all holding positions
Guide lines at apron
Nose-in guidance at aircraft stands
2
RWY and TWY marking and lighting
RWY:
Marking: Designation, THR, TDZ, centre line, edge line, backtrack area
Lights: RCL, edge line, end of RWY, THR
TWY:
Marking: Edge line, centre line, holding points
Lights: Edge line
3
Stop bars
TWYs S1, S5, S9
4
Remarks
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2
OBST ID/Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT (M)
Markings/Type, colour
Remarks
VVPQOB001
Tree
101021.30N
1035820.58E
20/17
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB002
Tree
101015.62N 1035815.91E23/19
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPQOB003
Others
101002.87N 1040035.33E13/3
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB004
Tree
101009.02N 1040038.8E17/6
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPQOB005
Tree
101001.96N 1040044.25E25/13
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, to be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB006
Tree
101007.24N 1040049.34E33/19
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPQOB007
Antenna
101015.28N 1035935.50E17/14
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB008
Antenna
101012.46N 1040014.07E19/13
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB009
Antenna
101020.23N 1035856.36E14/11
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB010
Tree
101012.15N 1040053.31E30/16
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB011
Tree
101010.87N 1040032.77E14/6
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB012
Tree
100958.46N 1040043.41E24/13
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB013
Tree
101011.31N 1040047.54E26/11
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB014
Antenna
101032.09N 1040102.90E60/31
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB015
Antenna
101032.96N 1040130.00E82/62
LGTD/MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB016
Tree
101059.39N 1040123.95E265/32
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB017
Building
101220.01N 1035745.65E59/49
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB018
Building
101234.47N 1035802.54E106/17
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB019
Antenna
101244.10N 1035736.75E121/104
LGTD/MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB020
Tree
101027.97N 1035818.06E24/22
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB021
Antenna
100931.21N 1040035.47E57/37
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB022
Tree
100920.64N 1035939.69E65/26
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB023
Tree
100914.40N 1040055.62E119/29
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB024
Tree
100901.44N 1035938.76E138/22
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB025
Antenna
100853.75N 1035953.29E160/76
LGTD/MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB026
Antenna
100851.8N 1035940.11E194/18
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPQOB027
Tree
100850.62N 1035938.50E197/20
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
In Area 3
OBST ID/ Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT
Makings/ Type, colour
Remarks
abcdef
To be developed

VVPQ AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1
Associated MET office
Phu Quoc MET Office
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 and 1800 UTC; issued 1HR before message validity)
4
Type of landing forecast
TREND
Periods of validity
02 HR
5
Briefing, consultation provided
Personal consultation
6
Flight documentation
MET Documentation
Language(s) used
English/Vietnamese
7
Charts and other information available for briefing or consultation
Available
8
Supplementary equipment available for providing information
Self-briefing terminal
9
ATS units provided with information
Phu Quoc TWR; Phu Quoc ARO
10
Additional information
AFTN/AMHS address: VVPQYMYX

VVPQ 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
10096°3 000 x 45
PCN 75/F/C/X/T
Bituminous concrete
101016.28N
1035846.07E
THR 4 M
28276°3 000 x 45
PCN 75/F/C/X/T
Bituminous concrete
101006.57N
1040024.14E
THR 7 M
Slope of RWY- SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
RESA (M)
OFZ
Remarks
78910111213
0.1 %-140 x 1503120 x 300240 x 90
Nil
Nil
0.1 %-300 x 1503 120 x 300240 x 90
Nil
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator
TORA (M)
TODA (M)
ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
103 0003 1403 0003 000
Nil
283 0003 3003 0003 000
Nil

VVPQ 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
10
PALS CAT I
900 M
LIH
Green
-
PAPI
Left
Nil
3 000 M
White,red
30 M
LIH
3 000 M
60 M
White
LIH
Red
-
Nil
Nil
28
PALS CAT I
900 M
LIH
Green
-
PAPI
Right
Nil
3 000 M
White,red
30 M
LIH
3 000 M
60 M
White
LIH
Red
-
Nil
Nil

VVPQ 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: Nil
Anemometer location and LGT
Anemometer:
- At RWY 28: 450 M FM THR RWY 28, 150 FM RCL
- At RWY 10: 450 M FM THR RWY 10, 150 FM RCL
3
Secondary power supply/switch-over time
Secondary power supply: Two generators 300 KVA
Switch-over time < 15 SEC
4
Remarks
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

Nil

VVPQ AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1
Designation and lateral limits
Phu Quoc CTR is limited as follows: Point 101429N 1033807E - point 02200N 1034400E - NUMDI - OSOTA - TIHAN - HOTUN - point 101429N 1033807E.
(Portion TIHAN - HOTUN -point 101429N1033807E is a semicircle with radius 40 KM centered at ARP).
2
Vertical limits
GND/Water to and include altitute of 2 590 M (8500 FT)
3
Airspace classification
D
4
ATS unit call sign
Phu Quoc Tower
Language(s)
English, Vietnamese
5
Transition altitude
2 750 M/FL 100
6
Remarks
Nil

VVPQ AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of operation
Remarks
12345
TWR
Phu Quoc Tower
118.6 MHzH24
Primary frequency
118.725 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency
ACC
Ho Chi Minh ACC
120.9 MHzH24
Primary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency

VVPQ AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid
ID
Frequency
Hours of Operation
Site of Transmitting antenna
Coordinates
Elevation of DME Transmitting antenna
Remarks
1234567
DVOR/DMEPQU113MHz
CH77X
H24
100955.07N
1040220.20E
Coverage: 300 KM
ILS/GP- DME
RWY 28
IPH330.5 MHz
CH24X
H24
101012.48N
1040014.04E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.
Northern of RWY 28/10, 150 M FM RCL and 324 M FM THR RWY 28
ILS/LLZ
LOC RWY 28
IPH108.7 MHzH24
101017.40N
1035834.79E
Coverage: 25 NM.
345 M FM THR RWY 10
ILS/GP- DME
RWY 10
IPQ334.7 MHz
CH18X
H24
101020.17N
1035856.37E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.
Northern of RWY 28/10, 150 M FM RCL and 300 M FM THR RWY 10
ILS/LLZ
LOC RWY 10
IPQ108.1 MHzH24
101005.45N
1040035.42E
Coverage: 25 NM.
345 M FM THR RWY 28

VVPQ AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1 Airport regulations
At Phu Quoc International Airport a number of local regulations have been applied. The regulations are published in a manual which is available at Phu Quoc 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 Phu Quoc TWR.
2.2 Operational procedure of aircraft stands
Aircraft stands
Aircraft operational procedure
1 and 2
Used for aircraft ATR72 and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Tow tractor is used for departure aircraft.
1A
Used for aircraft up to ATR72 and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi out.
Notes:
+ Only used for aircraft ATR72 and equivalent at stand 1A when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 1;
+ Only self-taxi out when there is no aircraft parking at the stands 2, 3.
2A, 4A
Used for aircraft up to Embraer (E195) and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi out.
Notes:
- Stand 2A:
+ Only used for Embraer (E195) and equivalent at stand 2A when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 2.
+ Only self-taxi out when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 3.
+ When aircraft parking at the stand 2A: The other aircraft stands are normal operation.
- Stand 4A:
+ Only used for Embraer (E195) and equivalent at stand 4A when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 4.
+ Only self-taxi out when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 3.
+ When aircraft parking at the stand 4A: The other aircraft stands are normal operation.
3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13 and 14
Used for aircraft A321 and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Tow tractoris used for departure aircraft.
5A and 6A
Used for aircraft up to ATR72 and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi out.
Notes:
- Stand 5A:
+ Only used for ATR72 and equivalent at stand 5A when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 5.
+ Only self-taxiout when there is no aircraft parking at the stands 3, 4.
+ When aircraft parking at the stand 5A: The other aircraft stands arenormal operation.
- Stand 6A:
+ Only used for ATR72 and equivalent at stand6A when there is no aircraft parking at the stand 6.
+ Only self-taxiout when there is no aircraft parking at the stands 3, 4, 5.
+ When aircraft parking at the stand 6A: The other aircraft stands are normal operation
7, 8 and 11
Used for aircraft B747-400 and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Tow tractor is used for departure aircraft.
Notes:
- Stand 7: Equipped with passenger bridge for international flight.
- Stand 8: Equipped with passenger bridge for domestic or international flights.
9, 10 and 13A
Used for aircraft B747-400 and equivalent.
- For arrival aircraft: Aircraft self-taxi into stands.
- For departure aircraft: Tow tractor is used for departure aircraft.
Notes:

- Stand 9, 10: Equipped with passenger bridge for domestic or international flights.
- Stand 13A: Only used for aircraft B747-400 and equivalent at stand 13A when there are no aircraft parking at the stands 13, 14.
3 Training flights - technical test flights
Training flights and technical test flights can be made once having obtained the permission from the appropriate Authority.

VVPQ AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Nil

VVPQ AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH
1.1 Operational procedure
1.1.1 For RNP 1 SID/STAR and RNP APCH operations at Phu Quoc Aerodrome, the aircraft shall be GNSS equipped and the navigation systems shall meet ICAO RNP 1 and RNP APCH standard of accuracy.
1.1.2 Pilots are responsible for checking RAIM Prediction in accordance with operational procedure for RAIM Prediction Service.
1.1.3 Aircraft operators/pilots who are not approved to fly RNP 1 and RNP APCH based on GNSS shall inform Phu Quoc TWR and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
1.1.4 A set of transition routes have been designed to link RNP 1 with the existing ATS routes.
1.1.5 Aircraft operators/pilots expecting to use RNP 1 and RNP APCH at Phu Quoc Aerodrome, shall fill appropriate navigation capability indicators into PLN, 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).
1.1.6 At system initialization, pilots must verify that the navigation database has been updated according to the current time and confirm that the aircraft position has been entered correctly. Pilots must confirm proper entry of their ATC assigned route upon initial clearance; and any subsequent change of route, pilots must ensure the waypoints sequence, depicted by navigation system, matches the route depicted on the appropriate chart(s) and their assigned route.
1.1.7 Pilots must not fly an RNP 1 SID/STAR and RNP APCH unless it is retrievable by route name from the on board navigation database and conforms to the charted route (the route may subsequently be modified through the insertion or deletion of specific waypoints in response to Phu Quoc TWR's 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 SID/STAR and RNP APCH database waypoint type from a fly-by waypoint to a fly-over waypoint or vice versa.
1.1.8 Pilots shall comply with a Phu Quoc TWR assigned level. Pilots shall also adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on the cleared RNP 1 SID/STAR and RNP APCH. Phu Quoc TWR's clearance will take precedence when the Phu Quoc TWR's clearance does not allow the pilot to adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on these procedures.
1.1.9 If Phu Quoc TWR issues an instruction taking the aircraft off ATS route, the pilot should not modify the flight plan in the RNP system until a clearance is received to rejoin the route or Phu Quoc TWR confirms a new route clearance. When the aircraft is not on the published route, the specified accuracy requirement does not apply.
1.1.10 The phraseology used by Phu Quoc TWR and pilots concerning RNP 1 SID/STAR and RNP APCH operations shall be compliant with Doc 4444 PANS-ATM.
1.2 Departures
1.2.1 The procedure for departing aircraft consists of two main elements:
  • SID; and
  • TRANSITION route, if necessary.
1.2.2 A TRANSITION route starts at the end of SID to a waypoint from which the aircraft will intercept the ATS route.
1.2.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate departing aircraft from obstacles and arriving aircraft.
1.2.4 Phu Quoc TWR shall issue clearance for departing aircraft including the following contents:
  • Call sign;
  • Clearance limit, normally destination aerodrome;
  • SID and TRANSITION route if necessary;
  • Route;
  • Assigned flight level/altitude;
  • SSR code; and
  • Any other related instructions or information not contained in the SID description.
Note: In case of a clearance provided SID without assigned altitude/flight level, the pilot is not allowed to reduce the altitude/flight level itself on the SID vertical profile. Pilot shall re-confirm with Phu Quoc TWR to assign specific altitude/flight level to ensure flight safety.
1.3 Arrivals
1.3.1 Procedures for arriving aircraft consist of two main elements:
  • STAR; and
  • TRANSITION route if necessary.
1.3.2 A TRANSITION route starts at a waypoint on the ATS route to the waypoint that starts the STAR.
1.3.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate arriving aircraft from obstacles and departing aircraft.
1.3.4 Approach clearances shall be issued by Phu Quoc TWR depending on practical operation conditions.
1.3.5 ATC shall issue clearance for arriving aircraft including the following contents:
  • Call sign;
  • STAR and TRANSITION route, if necessary;
  • Runway-in-use;
  • Assigned flight level/altitude; and
  • Any other related instructions or information not contained in the STAR description.
Notes:In case of a clearance provided STAR without assigned altitude/flight level, the pilot is not allowed to reduce the altitude/flight level itself on the STAR vertical profile. Pilot shall re-confirm with Phu Quoc TWR to assign specific altitude/flight level to ensure flight safety.
2 Contingency procedures
2.1 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 Phu Quoc TWR and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
2.2 Aircraft experiencing degradation or failure of RNP System or GNSS signal
When an aircraft cannot meet the requirements of RNP or RNP APCH compliance as a result of a failure or degradation of RNP System or failure GNSS signal, pilots shall notify Phu Quoc TWR and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
2.3 Aircraft experiencing bad weather
When an aircraft flying on RNP1 or RNP APCH procedure encounters bad weather which is likely to impact the aircraft’s adherence to the cleared procedure, pilot will notify Phu Quoc TWR and request a revised clearance.
2.4 Radio communications failure procedure
In case of a radio communication failure, the pilots are expected to follow the procedures given below:
  • Arriving aircraft continue on the assigned STAR procedure, comply with vertical and speed restrictions and at the end of the STAR join the holding pattern at IAF. Aircraft leave holding pattern at EAT, pilots affirm and acknowledge with Phu Quoc TWR last time, or unless having EAT, apply the ETA in the current FPL and make the approach procedures assigned by Phu Quoc TWR.
  • Departing aircraft continue the assigned SID procedure, comply with vertical and speed restrictions, climb to cruising level as specified in the current FPL.
2.5 Procedure for changing RWY in-use
a. Phu Quoc TWR shall assign time to change the RWY in-use, and determine aircraft sequence in order to notify and issue suitable filght procedure clearances for pilots.
b. For aircraft reaching altitude above MSA: Phu Quoc TWR issues clearance to ensure such aircraft can maintain an altitude above MSA and intercept other procedures subject to air traffic conditions.
c. For aircraft reaching altitude below MSA: Phu Quoc TWR issues clearance for such aircraft to climb above MSA, follow track of the current procedure, then continue to control this aircraft as specified in item b above.
3 The coordinate table of SID/STAR/IAP/TRANSITION waypoints
Number
Wayoints
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remarks
1RWY10101016.3N 1035846.1ETHR
2RWY28101006.6N 1040024.1ETHR
3ADBOP083000.0N 1040500.0E
4HOTUN094844.0N 1040256.0E
5MIHER101028.5N 1035642.5EVOR/DME
6MINTU095556.7N 1041606.7E
7NORTI100803.0N 1042123.0E
8NUMDI102643.0N 1034635.0EVOR/DME
9OSOTA103307.0N 1041549.0E
10PQ010101052.8N 1035236.6E
11PQ028100929.9N 1040633.6E
12PQ101100918.5N 1040828.1E
13PQ102100310.3N 1041158.8E
14PQ103101609.7N 1041034.9E
15PQ105102321.6N 1041248.2E
16PQ107101847.2N 1040437.4EVOR/DME
17PQ109102254.6N 1035515.0E
18PQ110101116.6N 1034834.6E
19PQ128100905.8N 1041035.6E
20PQ210100416.8N 1034752.4E
21PQ228100741.2N 1041606.9E
22PQ281101052.1N 1035243.1E
23PQ282100352.2N 1035200.8E
24PQ283101752.0N 1035325.4E
25PQ284100248.4N 1040248.3E
26PQ285102402.2N 1040228.6E
27PQ286095509.8N 1035817.8E
28PQ287102701.1N 1040651.3E
29PQ310101816.5N 1034916.8E
30PQ328101605.6N 1041118.2E
31PQ410100245.2N 1040321.9E
32PQ428100206.0N 1040953.0E
33PQ500100944.8N 1040403.8E
34PQ501095618.2N 1041625.2E
35PQ510101734.5N 1035620.7E
36PQ528101646.2N 1040429.3E
37PQ600101024.7N 1035721.0E
38PQ601095612.8N 1034549.8E
39PQ610095358.2N 1035751.9E
40PQ728101723.6N 1035811.9E
41PQ888095255.8N 1041607.1E
42PQ999093656.7N 1041606.3E
43TATEM101507.4N 1042055.1E
44THILI095028.7N 1035024.4E
45TIHAN100624.0N 1042109.0E
46TOTRA093246.0N 1040321.0E
47TRUMI100109.0N 1041930.0E
48TUNPO100344.0N 1043522.0E

VVPQ AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 Table of friction coefficients
RWY 10/28
Measured length
(M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
102 7000.740.760.81
282 7000.750.760.80

VVPQ AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO PHU QUOC AERODROMEAIRPORT

VVPQ AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-2: AD Operating Minima
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VVPQ AD 2.24-2a: AD Operating Minima
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VVPQ AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-3a: The INS Coordinates and elevation for ACFT stands
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VVPQ AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO – Type A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-6: Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-7: Area Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 28: OSOTA 1A, NUMDI 1A, TUNPO 1A, ADBOP 1A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 10: OSOTA 1B, NUMDI 1B, TUNPO 1B, ADBOP 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 10: HOTUN 1D, MINTU 1A, NORTI 1A, NUMDI 1D, OSOTA 1D
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VVPQ AD 2.24-7: Area chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 28: OSOTA 1A, NUMDI 1A, TUNPO 1A, ADBOP 1A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RWY 10: OSOTA 1B, NUMDI 1B, TUNPO 1B, ADBOP 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 10: HOTUN 1D, MINTU 1A, NORTI 1A, NUMDI 1D, OSOTA 1D
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8b-1: SID and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8b-1a: SID and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8c: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 28: TRUMI 2A, HOTUN 1C, NUMDI 1C, OSOTA 1C, THILI 1C
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8c: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 28: TRUMI 2A, HOTUN 1C, NUMDI 1C, OSOTA 1C, THILI 1C
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8c-1: SID and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8c-1a: SID and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8d: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 28: TATEM 1A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8d: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 28: TATEM 1A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-8d-1: SID and Transition coding of RNP RWY 28
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 10/28: OSOTA 1A, NUMDI 1A, TUNPO 1A, ADBOP 1A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO – RWY 28: TUNPO 1B, ADBOP 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9b: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 10: TRUMI 1B, HOTUN 1F, NUMDI 1F, OSOTA 1F, THILI 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RWY 10/28: OSOTA 1A, NUMDI 1A, TUNPO 1A, ADBOP 1A
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO – RWY 28: TUNPO 1B, ADBOP 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9b: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 10: TRUMI 1B, HOTUN 1F, NUMDI 1F, OSOTA 1F, THILI 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9b-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9b-1a: STAR and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9c: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 10: TATEM 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9c: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 10: TATEM 1B
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9c-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNP RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9d: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 28: HOTUN 1E, MINTU 1B, NUMDI 1E, OSOTA 1E, TIHAN 1C
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9d: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 28: HOTUN 1E, MINTU 1B, NUMDI 1E, OSOTA 1E, TIHAN 1C
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9d-1: STAR and Transition coding of RNP RWY 28
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VVPQ AD 2.24-9d-1a: STAR and Transition coding of RNP RWY 28
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VVPQ AD 2.24-10: Radar Minimum Altitude Chart - ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – VOR RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – VOR RWY 28
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11c: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: RNP Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO - VOR RWY 10
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - VOR RWY 28
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 10: ILS
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11c: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 28: ILS
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: RNP Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11d-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 10: RNP Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11e-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 10 RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: RNP X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: RNP X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11f-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 10: RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11g: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11g: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11g-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 10: ILS Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11h: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11h: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11h-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 10: ILS Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11i: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11i: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 10: ILS X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11i-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 10: ILS X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11j: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: RNP Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11j: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: RNP Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11j-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 28: RNP Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11k: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11k: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11k-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 28: RNP Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11l: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: RNP X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11l: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: RNP X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11l-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 28: RNP X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11m: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11m: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11m-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 28: ILS Z
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11n: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11n: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11n-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 28: ILS Y
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11o: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11o: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RWY 28: ILS X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-11o-1: APCH procedure coding of RWY 28: ILS X
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VVPQ AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach Chart – ICAO
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VVPQ AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach Chart - ICAO
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