VVPB — HUE/Phu Bai International

VVPB AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

VVPB — HUE/Phu Bai International

VVPB AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1
ARP coordinates and site at AD
162402.46N – 1074208.98E
Intersection of RCL 09/27 and CL of TWY E1
2
Direction and distance from Hue City
SE, 13 KM from the centre of Hue City
3
Elevation/Reference temperature
15.0 M (49.215 FT)/25°C
4
MAG VAR
01°W
5
AD Administration, address, telephone, Fax, AFS
Post:Civil Aviation Authority of Viet Nam (CAAV)
Middle Airports Authority (MAA)
Representative of MAA at the Phu Bai International Airport
Phone:(84-234) 3 951 393
Fax:(84-234) 3 951 302
AFS:NIL
Post:Airports Corporation of Viet Nam (ACV)
Phu Bai International Airport
Phone:(84-234) 3 951 199/3 862 096
Fax:(84-234) 3 861 131
AFS:VVPBYDYX
6
Type of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
7
Remarks
Nil

VVPB AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL 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

VVPB 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
1 truck 10 500 litres, 1 truck 8 000 litres
4
Hangar space for visiting aircraft
Nil
5
Repair facilities for visiting aircraft
Nil
6
Remarks
Nil

VVPB AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1
Hotels
Near the airport and in the city
2
Restaurants
Restaurants and snack bars at airport
3
Transportation
Buses, taxi and car for hire
4
Medical facilities
First aid at airport. Hospitals: 2 KM from airport and in the city
5
Bank and Post Offices
Bank: 2 KM from airport; Post office: 3 KM from airport. Telephone service available at airport
6
Tourist Office
Available at airport
7
Remarks
Nil

VVPB AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1
AD category for fire fighting
CAT 7 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

VVPB AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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

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

1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 45/R/B/W/T
Extended apron:
Cement concrete
Strength:
PCN 60/R/A/W/T
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
Width:
W1, E1 = 23 M; SP = 18 M
Surface:
Bituminous concrete: W1, E1
Cement concrete: SP
Strength:
E1, W1: PCN 55/F/B/W/T
a portion of SP: PCN 45/F/B/W/T
3
Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation
Location:
Nil
Elevation:
Nil
4
VOR checkpoints
Nil
5
INS checkpoints
Nil
6
Remarks
TWY W2, W3, W4,E2 and portions of SP (portion from TWY W4 to TWY W1 and from TWY E1 to TWY E2):unserviceable.
Only emergency case, TWY E2 is available for aircraft parking.

VVPB AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1
Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft stands
Taxiing guidance signs at all intersections with TWY, RWY and at all holding positions.
Guide lines at apron.
Nose-in guidance at aircraft stands.
2
RWY and TWY marking and lighting
RWY:
Marking:Designation, THR, TDZ, centre line, edge line and end of RWY.
Lights: THR, edge line and end of RWY.
TWY:
Marking: Designation, centre line, edge line.
Lights: Edge line at E1,W1.
3
Stop bars
Nil
4
Remarks
Aircraft taxi to the RWY via TWY E1/W1 for DEP.

VVPB AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2
OBST ID/Designation
OBST type
OBST position
ELEV/HGT (M)
Markings/Type, colour
Remarks
VVPBOB001
Tree
162404.77N
1074334.25E
20/20
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB002
Electric pole
162355.56N 1074323.86E16/13
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB003
Building
162401.85N 1074321.57E13/12
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB004
Building
162400.37N 1074320.97E11/9
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB005
Tree
162355.10N 1073938.21E237/16
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB006
Antenna
162402.70N 1074014.03E55/40
MARKED
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A, To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB007
Lamp pole
162401.93N 1074116.33E24/11
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB008
Lamp pole
162405.18N 1074118.49E17/6
NIL
Depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type A
VVPBOB009
Building
162403.32N 1074257.39E12/10
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB010
Antenna
162356.38N 1074249.78E21/16
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB011
Antenna
162358.86N 1074201.89E21/10
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB012
Lamp pole
162353.02N 1074205.75E38/25
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB013
Antenna
162400.23N 1074137.76E24/11
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB014
Bank of lights
162405.18N 1074118.49E17/5
LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB015
Lamp pole
162401.11N 1074117.37E24/11
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB016
Lamp pole
162405.60N 1074111.77E24/11
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB017
Building
162415.01N 1074102.13E34/21
NIL
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB018
Electric pole
162214.09N 1073946.79E95/28
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB019
Electric pole
162204.44N 1073958.87E103/27
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB020
Electric pole
162200.22N 1074004.15E121/27
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB021
Electric pole
162157.98N 1074002.85E132/36
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB022
Electric pole
162130.74N 1074037.59E135/35
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB023
Electric pole
162126.84N 1074042.56E132/40
MARKED
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B
VVPBOB024
Antenna
162201.00N 1074345.75E64/63
MARKED/LGTD
To be depicted on Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – Type B

VVPB AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION

1
Associated MET Office
Phu Bai MET station
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 (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
Phu Bai TWR, Da Nang TWR, Da Nang APP
10
Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
AFTN/AMHS address: VVPBYMYX

VVPB 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
0992°2 700 x 45
PCN 55/F/B/W/T
Bituminous concrete
162404.66N
1074127.95E
THR 12.6 M
27272°2 700 x 45
PCN 55/F/B/W/T
Bituminous concrete
162359.79N
1074258.84E
THR 3.9 M
Slope of RWY-SWY
SWY dimensions (M)
CWY dimensions (M)
Strip dimensions (M)
RESA (M)
OFZ
Remarks
78910111213
0.4%45 x 60140 x 1502 898 x 30090 x 90
Nil
33 x 60170 x 1502 898 x 30090 x 90
Nil

VVPB AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator
TORA (M)
TODA (M)
ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
123456
092 7002 8402 7452 700
Nil
272 7002 8702 7332 700
Nil

VVPB 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
09
Nil
Green
PAPI
Left/3°
Nil
Nil
2 700 M
60 M
middle white
600 M from THR 09 and 27
yellow/ white
-
Red
Nil
Nil
27
SALS
420 M
LIH
Green
PAPI
Left/3°
Nil
Nil
2 700 M
60 M
middle white
600 M from THR 27 and 09
yellow/ white
-
Red
Nil
Nil

VVPB AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1
ABN/IBN location, characteristics
ABN: Green and white on top of TWR.
IBN: Nil
Hours of operation
H24
2
LDI location and LGT
LDI: Nil
Anemometer location and LGT
Anemometer: Front of TWR.
3
Secondary power supply/switch-over time
Secondary power supply to all lighting at AD.
Switch-over time: 15 SEC
4
Remarks
Nil

VVPB AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

Nil

VVPB AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1
Khu vực kiểm soát Phú Bài: một vòng tròn bán kính 30 KM, tâm là đài DVOR/DME Hue
Designation and lateral limits
Phu Bai CTR: A circle radius 30 KM, centred at HUE DVOR/DME
2
Vertical limits
SFC to 2 150 M (7 000 FT), except the airspace portion controlled by Da Nang Tower
3
Airspace classification
D
4
ATS unit call sign
Phu Bai Tower
Language(s)
English, Vietnamese
5
Transition altitude
2 750 M
6
Remarks
For airpsace portion overlap between Da Nang Tower and Phu Bai Tower, vertical limit is 1 550 M (5 000 FT)

VVPB AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of operation
Remarks
12345
TWR
Phu Bai Tower
118.8 MHzH24
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency
APP
Da Nang APP
120.45 MHzH24
Primary frequency
125.45 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency
Da Nang CTL
125.3 MHzH24
Primary frequency
125.45 MHzH24
Secondary frequency
121.5 MHzH24
Emergency frequency

VVPB 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/DMEHUE115.8 MHz
CH 105X
H24
19 M
162408N
1074206E
Northern of RWY 09, 170 M FM RCL and 1 141 M left FM THR RWY 09
NDBP348 KHzH24
162355.12N
1074332.12E
950 M FM THR RWY 27
NDBPB440 KHzH24
162345.11N
1074619.12E
5 251 M FM THR RWY 27
ILS/LLZ
LOC
PBA109.5 MHzH24
162405.16N
1074118.54E
Coverage: 25 NM.
280 M FM THR RWY 09
ILS/GP-DMEPBA332.6 MHz
CH 32X
H24
162356.36N
1074249.79E
Coverage of GP: 10 NM, DME: 25 NM.
Southern of RWY 27, 120 M FM RCL and 262.2 M left FM THR RWY 27

VVPB AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1 Airport Regulations
At Phu Bai International Airport a number of local regulations have been applied. The regulations are published in a manual which is available at Phu Bai ATS Reporting Office. This manual includes, among other subjects, the following:
  1. The meanings 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’s own power for taxiing;
  5. Marshaller and follow-me-car assistance.
2 Taxiing to and from stands
Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand number by Phu Bai TWR.
3 Training flights – technical test flights
Training flights and technical test flights can be made only after obtaining permission from the appropriate Authority.
4 Operational procedure of aircraft stands
Aircraft stands
Aircraft operational procedure
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Used for aircraft up to A321/A320 and equivalent.

VVPB AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

Nil

VVPB AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 Application of Visual departure procedure
1.1 
Visual departure procedure is applicable at Phu Bai International Airport.
1.2 Application principles
Visual departure procedure can be applied to IFR flights on the request of POC when the following requirements are met:
  • Aircraft performance permits aircraft to make an early turn after taking-off;
  • There is no other aircraft operating in the area of responsibility;
  • Current and forecasted visual meteorological conditions meet requirements during the period of taking-off and climbing;
  • It must be ensured that aircraft is above minimum sector altitude (MSA) when ATC issues initial clearance and pilot must maintain flight altitude above obstacle clearance altitude until passing MSA;
  • This procedure is applied in daytime only.
1.3 Application limitations
Visual departure procedure will not be applied in following cases:
  • From radial 131 to radial 168, 9 NM from VOR/DME HUE.
  • From radial 168 to radial 176, within 9 NM to 13 NM from VOR/DME HUE.
  • From radial 201 to radial 246, 10 NM from VOR/DME HUE.
2 RNP 1 SIDs/STARs AND RNP APCH
2.1 General procedures
2.1.1 For RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH operations at Phu Bai aerodrome, the navigation systems based on GNSS shall meet ICAO RNP 1 and RNP APCH standard of accuracy.
2.1.2 Pilots, ATS personnel and related staffs are responsible for checking RAIM Prediction.
2.1.3 Operators/pilots who are not approved to fly RNP 1 and RNP APCH based on GNSS shall inform Phu Bai TWR and expect to use conventional procedures where applicable.
2.1.4 TRANSITION route have been designed to connect RNP 1 SIDs/STARs with the currently ATS route.
2.1.5 Operators/pilots expecting to fly RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH at Phu Bai aerodrome, shall fill appropriate navigation capability indicators into flight plan, 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).
2.1.6 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 ATS route upon initial clearance and 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.
2.1.7 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 ( 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.
2.1.8 Pilots shall comply with a Phu Bai TWR assigned level. Pilots shall also adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on the cleared RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH. Clearance of Phu Bai TWR will take precedence when this clearance does not allow the pilots to adhere to the vertical and speed restrictions depicted on the RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH.
2.1.9 If Phu Bai TWR issues an instruction taking the aircraft off a ATS route, pilots should not modify the flight plan in the RNAV system until a clearance is received to rejoin the route or Phu Bai TWR confirms a new route clearance. When the aircraft is not on the published route, the specified accuracy requirement does not apply.
2.1.10 The phraseology used by ATC and pilot concerning RNP 1 SIDs/STARs and RNP APCH operations shall be compliant with ICAO - (Doc.4444 PANS-ATM).
2.2 Departures
2.2.1 The procedure for departing aircraft consists of two main elements:
  • SID; and
  • TRANSITION route, if applicable.
2.2.2 A TRANSITION route starts at the end of SID to a waypoint from which the aircraft will intercept the ATS route.
2.2.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate departing aircraft from obstacles and arriving aircraft.
2.2.4 Phu Bai TWR 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
  • Other related instructions or information not contained in the SID description
Note:
In case, Phu Bai TWR issues a SID designator without a cleared level/altitude, pilots are not allowed to climb on the SID vertical profile, and must confirm with Phu Bai TWR regarding specific level/altitude, in order to ensure flight safety.
2.3 Arrivals
2.3.1 The procedure for arriving aircraft consists of two main elements:
  • TRANSITION route, if applicable; and
  • STAR.
2.3.2 A TRANSITION route starts at a waypoint on the ATS route to the waypoint that starts the STAR.
2.3.3 Vertical restrictions are designed to separate arriving aircraft from obstacles and departing aircraft.
2.3.4 Approach clearances shall be issued by Phu Bai TWR depending on practical operation conditions.
2.3.5 Phu Bai TWR shall issue clearance for arriving aircraft including the following contents:
  • Call sign;
  • STAR and TRANSITION route, if applicable;
  • Runway-in-use;
  • Cleared flight level/altitude; and
  • Related instructions or information not contained in the STAR description.
Note:
In case, Phu Bai TWR issues a STAR designator without a cleared level/altitude, pilots are not allowed to descend on the STAR vertical profile, and must confirm with Phu Bai TWR regarding specific level/altitude, in order to ensure flight safety.
2.4 Contingency procedures
2.4.1 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 Phu Bai TWR and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
2.4.2 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 Phu Bai TWR and expect conventional procedures where applicable.
2.4.3 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 shall notify Phu Bai TWR and request a revised clearance.
2.4.4 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:
2.4.5 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: Phu Bai TWR 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: Phu Bai TWR 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.
3 RNP SID/STAR/IAP/ TRANSITION RNPand IAP waypoints
NR
Waypoint Identifier
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remarks
1BIPHU163738.4N 1075122.7E
2XILGA162307.7N 1075857.7E
3DAN160310.0N 1081153.6EVOR/DME
4DILAO162614.5N 1070728.9E
5HAMIN170747.0N 1074040.0E
6HUE162408.0N 1074206.0EVOR/DME
7HUTRO162510.0N 1072521.0E
8KONCO170000.0N 1071113.0E
9KUMUN145817.1N 1084827.3E
10LATOM145246.0N 1075037.0E
11NAKHE160906.0N 1073540.3E
12NIVEN175304.0N 1065544.0E
13NOCKA152510.0N 1080247.7E
14PB090162424.4N 1073518.0E
15PB091162439.0N 1073041.4E
16PB092161737.9N 1073017.4E
17PB093163140.7N 1073110.9E
18PB094161358.8N 1073837.0E
19PB095163112.2N 1073827.1E
20PB097162402.8N 1074201.5E
21PB099161636.4N 1074544.3E
22PB109162336.2N 1075016.0E
23PB209163336.5N 1075103.5E
24PB309163413.4N 1074239.3E
25PB400162343.0N 1074809.9E
26PB401162325.6N 1075331.1E
27PB402163026.8N 1075355.7E
28PB403163050.4N 1074639.2E
29PB404161648.3N 1074550.1E
30PB405163113.7N 1073922.7E
31PB409162409.8N 1073951.3E
32PB501162420.4N 1073632.4E
33PB502162436.4N 1073131.8E
34PB600162356.0N 1074407.4E
35PB601162413.1N 1073849.7E
36PB602163914.6N 1073942.7E
37PB701162354.5N 1074436.3E
38PB702163626.0N 1074519.6E
39PB888162549.7N 1071424.1E
40PHADE160914.1N 1074924.7E
41PHUVA163628.0N 1073131.0E
42SADIN150448.0N 1081038.0E
43SDF162104.9N 1073029.2E
44THR09162404.7N 1074128.0ETHR
45THR27162359.8N 1074258.8ETHR
46TORED162749.0N 1064032.0E
47VIDAN154503.3N 1075954.5E
48VIDEN170114.0N 1072156.0E
49VILOT150219.0N 1080642.0E
NR
Wayoints
Coordinates (WGS-84)
Remark
1THR 0916°24' 04.7" N 107°41' 28.0" ETHR
2THR 2716°23' 59.8" N 107°42' 58.8" ETHR
3ANTHU16°40' 16.0" N 107°41' 35.0" E
4BIPHU16°37' 38.4" N 107°51' 22.7" E
5DAN16°03' 10.0" N 108°11' 53.6" EVOR/DME
6DILAO16°26' 14.5" N 107°07' 28.9" E
7HAMIN17°07' 47.0" N 107°40' 40.0" E
8HUE16°24' 08.0" N 107°42' 06.0" EVOR/DME
9HUTRO16°25' 10.0" N 107°25' 21.0" E
10KONCO17°00' 00.0" N 107°11' 13.0" E
11KUMUN14°58' 17.1" N 108°48' 27.3" E
12LATOM14°52' 46.0" N 107°50' 37.0" E
13NAKHE16°09' 06.0" N 107°35' 40.3" E
14NOCKA15°25' 10.0" N 108°02' 47.7" E
15NIVEN17°53' 04.0" N 106°55' 44.0" E
16PCA13°57' 26.0" N 109°02' 34.0" EVOR/DME
17PHADE16°09' 14.1" N 107°49' 24.7" E
18PHUVA16°36' 28.0" N 107°31' 31.0" E
19SADIN15°04' 48.0" N 108°10' 38.0" E
20VIDAN15°45' 03.3" N 107°59' 54.5" E
21VIDEN17°01' 14.0" N 107°21' 56.0" E
22VILOT15°02' 19.0" N 108°06' 42.0" E
23PB40016°23' 43.0" N 107°48' 09.9" E
24PB40116°23' 25.6" N 107°53' 31.1" E
25PB40216°30' 26.8" N 107°53' 55.7" E
26PB40316°30' 50.4" N 107°46' 39.2" E
27PB40416°16' 48.3" N 107°45' 50.1" E
28PB40516°31' 13.7" N 107°39' 22.7" E
29PB50216°24' 36.4" N 107°31' 31.8" E
30PB60016°23' 56.0" N 107°44' 07.4" E
31PB60116°24' 13.1" N 107°38' 49.7" E
32PB60216°39' 14.6" N 107°39' 42.7" E
33PB90116°23' 36.3" N 107°50' 14.8" E

VVPB AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 Table of friction coefficients
RWY 09/27
Measured length (M)
Friction coefficients
Measured position from RCL (3 M)
Measured position from RCL (6 M)
Measured position from RCL (9 M)
092 7000.750.760.85
272 7000.790.790.78

VVPB AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

VVPB AD 2.24-1: Aerodrome Chart – ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-2: AD Operating Minima
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VVPB AD 2.24-2: Operational Minima
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VVPB AD 2.24-3: Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart – ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-3a: The INS coordinates and elevation for ACFT Stands – ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-4: Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart – ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-5: Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-6: Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-7: Area Chart - ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-8: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 09: PHUVA 1A, ANTHU 1A, BACMA 1A, BACMA 1B, HUTRO 1A
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VVPB AD 2.24-8a: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 09: PHUVA 2B, ANTHU 2B, BACMA 2B, HUTRO 1B
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VVPB AD 2.24-8b: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 27: PHUVA 1C, ANTHU 1C, BACMA 1C, HUTRO 1C
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VVPB AD 2.24-8c: Standard Departure hart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RWY 27: PHUVA 1D, ANTHU 1D, BACMA 1D, HUTRO 1D
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VVPB AD 2.24-8d: Standard Departure hart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RNP RWY 27: HUTRO 1E, PHUVA 1E
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VVPB AD 2.24-8d-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 27
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VVPB AD 2.24-8e: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 09: BIPHU 1A, HUTRO 2F
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VVPB AD 2.24-8e-1: Procedure coding
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VVPB AD 2.24-8e-2: Connecting track specification
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VVPB AD 2.24-8e-2a: Connecting track specification (cont.)
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VVPB AD 2.24-8f: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 09: XILGA 1A, NAKHE 1B
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VVPB AD 2.24-8f-1: Procedure coding
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VVPB AD 2.24-8f-2: Connecting track specification
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VVPB AD 2.24-8g: Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (SID) – ICAO – RNP RWY 27: NAKHE 1A
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VVPB AD 2.24-8g-1: Procedure coding
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VVPB AD 2.24-8g-2: Connecting track specification
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VVPB AD 2.24-8e: Standard Departure hart – Instrument (SID) - ICAO - RNP RWY 09: ANTHU 1F, HUTRO 1F, PHUVA 1F
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VVPB AD 2.24-8e-1: SID and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 09
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VVPB AD 2.24-9: Standard Transition Arrival Route-STAR chart - ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-9a: Standard Arrival chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 27: PHUVA 1A, ANTHU 1A, BACMA 1A, NAMBI 1A, HUTRO 1A
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VVPB AD 2.24-9b: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 27: PHUVA 1B, ANTHU 1B, BACMA 1B, NAMBI 1B, HUTRO 1B
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VVPB AD 2.24-9c: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) - ICAO - RNP RWY 27: BIPHU 1A, HUTRO 2C, PHADE 2A
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VVPB AD 2.24-9c-1: STAR and TRANSITION coding of RNP RWY 27
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VVPB AD 2.24-9c-1a: STAR and TRANSITION Coding of RNP RWY 27
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VVPB AD 2.24-9d: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 09: PHADE 1B, PHADE 1C
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VVPB AD 2.24-9d-1: Procedure coding
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VVPB AD 2.24-9d-1a: Procedure coding (cont.)
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VVPB AD 2.24-9d-2: Connecting track specification
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VVPB AD 2.24-9d-2a: Connecting track specification (cont.)
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VVPB AD 2.24-9e: Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (STAR) – ICAO – RNP RWY 09: PHUVA 1C, TORED 1A
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VVPB AD 2.24-9e-1: Procedure coding
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VVPB AD 2.24-9e-2: Connecting track specification
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VVPB AD 2.24-10: Radar Minimum Altitude Chart - ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-11: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 27: VOR
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VVPB AD 2.24-11a: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 27: ILS x
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VVPB AD 2.24-11b: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 27: ILS z
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VVPB AD 2.24-11c: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 27: ILS y
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VVPB AD 2.24-11c-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of ILS y RWY 27
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VVPB AD 2.24-11d: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 27: NDB
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VVPB AD 2.24-11e: Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - RNAV RWY 27
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VVPB AD 2.24-11e-1: APCH procedure and TRANSITION coding of RNAV (GNSS) RWY 27
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VVPB AD 2.24-11f: Instrument Approach Chart – ICAO – RNP Z RWY 09
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VVPB AD 2.24-11f-1: Procedure coding
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VVPB AD 2.24-12: Visual Approach Chart - ICAO
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VVPB AD 2.24-13: Visual Departure chart - ICAO
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