EHEH — EINDHOVEN/Eindhoven

Note: the following sections in this chapter are intentionally left blank:AD 2.16.

EHEH AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EHEH — EINDHOVEN/Eindhoven

EHEH AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP co-ordinates and site at AD51°27'00"N 005°22'28"E
300° GEO 320 m from TWR.
2Direction and distance from (city)4 NM west from Eindhoven.
3Elevation/reference temperature74 ft AMSL/22.3°C (JUL).
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN144 ft.
5MAG VAR/annual change1°E (2015)/9'E.
6AD operator, postal address, telephone, telefax, email, AFS, website
Post:

Eindhoven Airport N.V.
Luchthavenweg 13
5657 EA Eindhoven
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)40 291 9823

Fax: +31 (0)40 291 9833

Email: operations@eindhovenairport.nl

AFS: EHEHYDYX

URL: http://www.eindhovenairport.nl

7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR/VFR
8RemarksMilitary administration:
Post:

RNLAF Vliegbasis Eindhoven
MPC 87A
P.O. Box 8762
4820 BB Breda
The Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)40 289 6240

Fax: +31 (0)40 289 6466

AFS: EHEHZTZX

EHEH AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD operator0600-2300 (0500-2200);
BTN 2200-2300 (2100-2200) only for preplanned ARR TFC.
2Customs and immigrationAD OPR HR
3Health and sanitationAD OPR HR
4AIS briefing officeAD OPR HR
5ATS reporting office (ARO)H24, for details see ENR 1.10 paragraph 1.1.2.4.
6MET briefing officeNIL
7ATSAD OPR HR
8FuellingAD OPR HR
9HandlingAD OPR HR
10SecurityAD OPR HR
11De-icingAD OPR HR
12Remarks
  1. AD PPR and slot co-ordinated for CIV ACFT (see EHEH AD 2.20 paragraph 1).
  2. AD AVBL as preplanned alternate for CIV ACFT.

EHEH AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesCargo and passenger handling AVBL (see EHEH AD 2.23 paragraph 4).
2Fuel/oil typesJet A1/15W50 AERO.
3Fuelling facilities/capacityJet A1: unlimited.
4De-icing facilitiesType 2 ABC 3 Killfrost.
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftLimited O/R.
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftLimited O/R.
7RemarksNIL

EHEH AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1Hotels
2RestaurantsOne at the airport (150 seats) and unlimited in Eindhoven.
3TransportationBuses and taxis.
4Medical facilitiesFirst aid treatment and first responders on site.
Hospitals in Eindhoven (8 km).
5Bank and post officeBank (and ATM) at the airport, post office in Eindhoven city.
6Tourist officeIn Eindhoven city.
7RemarksNIL

EHEH AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 8: AD OPR HR
2Rescue equipmentAVBL
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftAVBL
4RemarksHigher fire fighting category on request 48 HR prior ETA.

EHEH AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipmentCivil: 2 snowploughs, 1 spreader.
Military: 2 snowplough combinations with liquid spreader, 2 spreaders, 3 snow brushes and 2 rollbars.
2Clearance prioritiesCivil: civil apron.
Military: RWY and TWYs are cleaned simultaneously.
3RemarksSnow clearance information promulgated by SNOWTAM.

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

1Apron surface and strength
Apron East:Surface: concrete.
Strength: PCN 80/R/B/W/T.
Apron West:Surface: concrete.
Strength: PCN 61/R/B/W/T.
2Taxiway width, surface and strengthWidth: minimal 16.66 m.
Surface: concrete.
Strength: PCN 61/R/B/W/T1).
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevationNA
4VOR checkpointsNA
5INS checkpointsNA
6Remarks
  1. TWY R2 and TWY R6: PCN 60/R/B/W/T.

EHEH AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system at aircraft stands
  • Ground control will assign aircraft stand to all aircraft.
  • Follow-me car is available on request.
  • General aviation (except for stands D, R1, R2) will be guided to the aircraft stand by ATC.
  • When at the lead-in line to the aircraft stand, report marshaller in sight to ground control.
  • Marshaller will provide guidance to the aircraft stand.
2RWY and TWY markings and LGT
RWY:THR, centre line, RWY designations, TDZ markings, RWY side stripe marking. Edge lights, THR lights, RWY-end lights.
TWY:centre line, taxi holding points with mandatory red/white instruction signs. Retroreflective edge markers. Blue edge lights.
3Stop barsNIL
4RemarksNIL

EHEH AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

All obstacles are day and night marked and lighted. For obstacles in approach and take-off area: see obstacle chart AD 2.EHEH-AOC-03-21 (aerodrome obstacle chart type A).

EHEH AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1Associated MET officeDe Bilt
2Hours of service
MET office outside hours
H24
-
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
Eindhoven
9
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
TREND
MON-SUN: AD OPR HR.
5Briefing/consultation providedSelf-briefing; briefing on request from MWO-De Bilt by telephone after self-briefing1) (see item 10).
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
Reports, forecasts, charts.
English, Dutch.
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationOPMET
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationWXR, APT
9ATS units provided with informationEindhoven TWR
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)
Tel: 0900 202 3341Briefing low level flights (IFR/VFR).
Tel: 0900 202 3343Briefing IFR flights above FL 100.
Tel: 0900 202 3340Briefing balloon flights within Amsterdam FIR.
charge for tel. briefings and consultations is € 0,50/min.
  1. Weather bulletin (Dutch language) and METARs via Dutch Public TV Teletekst page 707.

EHEH AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY NRTrue BRGDimensions of RWY (m)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR co-ordinates
RWY end co-ordinates
THR GUND
THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWY
123456
03034.99°3000 x 45PCN 62/F/A/W/T
Tarmac 1)
51°26'27.14"N
005°21'50.90"E
51°27'40.23"N 005°23'12.81"E
144 ft
73.3 ft
73.0 ft
21215.01°3000 x 45PCN 62/F/A/W/T
Tarmac 1)
51°27'33.79"N 005°23'05.60"E
51°26'20.70"N 005°21'43.69"E
144 ft
66.6 ft
68.1 ft
Designations RWY NRSlope of RWY-SWYSWY dimensions (m)CWY dimensions (m)Strip dimensions (m)OFZ
17891011
03Not AVBLNA60 x 3003120 x 300NIL
21Not AVBLNA60 x 3003120 x 300NIL
Remarks
12
  1. RWY shoulders not AVBL.

EHEH AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA (m)TODA (m)ASDA (m)LDA (m)Remarks
123456
033000306030002757DTHR 243 m
213000306030002757DTHR 243 m
INTERSECTION TAKE-OFF
RWY DesignatorTWYTORA (m)TODA (m)ASDA (m)Remarks
03L5/R5192019801920For determination of the datum line for intersection take-off, see EHEH AD 2.23 paragraph 2.
R6275728172757
21L2/R2275728172757
L3/R3225023102250
L4/R4201520752015

EHEH AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY DesignatorAPCH LGT
type,
length,
INTST
THR LGT
colour,
WBAR
VASIS
(MEHT)
PAPI
TDZ LGT
length
RWY centre line LGT
length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY edge LGT
length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY end LGT
colour,
WBAR
SWY LGT
length,
colour
123456789
03CAT I
892 m
LIH
G
-
PAPI
left/3°
(50 ft)
NANIL3000 m
30 m
1)
LIH
2)
-
NIL
21CAT I
869 m
LIH
G
-
PAPI
left/3°
(38 ft)
NANIL3000 m
30 m
1)
LIH
2)
-
NIL
Remarks
10
  1. REDL:redfrom beginning of RWY to DTHR;
    whitefrom DTHR to 600 m before RWY end;
    yellowlast 600 m before RWY end.
  2. RENL: 3 red, 1 green, 3 red (for military reasons).

EHEH AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operationNIL
2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
LDI: NIL.
Anemometer: several on the airfield; 125 m NW of TWR, 50 m NW of THR RWY 03 and 50 m NW of THR RWY 21; not lighted.
3TWY edge and centre line lightingBlue edge lights.
4Secondary power supply
Switch-over time
AVBL
Within 1 second.
5RemarksNIL

EHEH AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1Designation and lateral limitsEINDHOVEN CTR:
51°38'52.86"N 005°23'22.88"E;
51°27'33.73"N 005°41'28.57"E;
51°21'21.33"N 005°31'29.98"E;
along clockwise arc (radius 8 NM, centre 51°27'00.48"N 005°22'28.25"E) to
51°32'38.93"N 005°13'24.29"E;
to point of origin.
2Vertical limitsGND to 3000 ft AMSL.
3Airspace classificationC
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
Eindhoven TWR
English
5Transition altitudeIFR: 3000 ft AMSL; VFR: 3500 ft AMSL.
6Hours of applicabilityH24
7RemarksNIL

EHEH AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designationCall signChannel/
Frequency (MHz)
Hours of operationRemarks
12345
APPRAPCON South123.180
122.100
MON-FRI: 0700-1545 (0600-1445)Primary VHF.
379.925Primary UHF.
Eindhoven Arrival124.530
122.100
0600-2300 (0500-2200)Primary VHF. VDF.
132.530VFR traffic crossing Eindhoven TMA.
278.050Primary UHF.
TWREindhoven Tower131.005
122.100
0600-2300 (0500-2200)Primary VHF. VDF.
281.150Primary UHF.
Outside TWR OPR HR contact Dutch MIL Info 132.350.
GNDEindhoven Ground121.930
369.250
0600-2300 (0500-2200)
ATISEindhoven Information126.030TWR OPR HRCoverage 60 NM/20 000 ft.
-As appropriate121.500
243.000
As appropriateEmergency

EHEH AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid,
MAG VAR,
Type of supported OPS
(VOR/ILS/MLS: declination)
IDFrequencyHours of operationPosition of transmitting antenna co-ordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567
DVOR/DME
(0°E/2010)
RTM110.400 MHz
CH41X
H2451°58'25.31"N 004°28'51.49"E0 ftDesignated operational coverage: BTN 030°-240° MAG 50 NM/FL 250; BTN 240°-030° MAG 100 NM/FL 250.
VOR/DME
(1°E/2010)
RKN116.800 MHz
CH115X
H2452°07'59.51"N 006°45'49.96"E100 ftDesignated operational coverage: 80 NM/FL 500.
VOR
(0°E/2010)
HSD114.150 MHzH2451°43'21.80"N 003°51'29.45"ENADesignated operational coverage: 80 NM/FL 500.
TACANEHV117.200 MHz
CH119X
H2451°26'53.39"N 005°22'29.78"E100 ftRNLAF. Designated operational coverage: 150 NM/FL 600.
NDBEHN397 kHzH2451°28'04.27"N 005°23'41.50"ENADesignated operational range: 25 NM.
LOC 03
ILS CAT I/C/1
(1°E/2015)
EHZ109.750 MHzH2451°27'45.01"N 005°23'18.19"ENA430 m from THR RWY 21.
DME 03EHZCH34YH2451°26'34.18"N 005°22'06.36"E100 ftSituated on GP 03. One direction only.
GP 03-333.050 MHzH2451°26'34.18"N 005°22'06.36"ENA363 m past THR RWY 03.
LOC 21
ILS CAT I/C/1
(1°E/2015)
EHO109.750 MHzH2451°26'15.09"N 005°21'37.39"ENA462 m from THR RWY 03.
DME 21EHOCH34YH2451°27'22.30"N 005°23'01.56"E100 ftSituated on GP 21. One direction only.
GP 21-333.050 MHzH2451°27'22.30"N 005°23'01.56"ENA358 m past THR RWY 21.

EHEH AD 2.20 LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1 AIRPORT SLOT CO-ORDINATION
1.1 Definitions
  1. Commercial aviation: Flights carried out by an airline that offers regular services and/or scheduled irregular services or ad hoc transport and/or freight and/or post, including positioning flights that are directly related to these flights.
  2. General aviation: Operations with a civil aircraft, whether or not at a fee or against payment of rent, other than commercial traffic.
  3. Business aviation: The sector of general aviation that pertains to the operation or use of aircraft by businesses for the carriage of passengers (including the provision of taxi services or the carriage of goods as part of their business operations; the pilots need to have at least a valid commercial pilot licence with a qualification for flying with the use of instruments). These flights are generally not open for the public.
1.2 Slot request
1.2.1 Commercial aviation
  1. Slot requests for commercial aviation must be filed in the slot clearance request (SCR) format according the IATA standard schedule information manual (SSIM) Chapter 6.
  2. The requests must include information about the flight number or registration number and the desired date/time.
  3. Slot requests shall be submitted to:
    Airport Coordination Netherlands (SACN)
  4. Contact information SACN during office hours:

    Tel: +31 (0)20 405 9730

    Fax: +31 (0)20 405 9731

1.2.2 General aviation

General aviation is co-ordinated through PPR. An allocated PPR number should be filed in item 18 of the flight plan. General aviation flights are prohibited to operate to and from Eindhoven Airport without a valid PPR number. Requests for PPR must be filed at www.eindhovenairport.com/ppr. The PPR procedures for general aviation and business aviation are available on: www.eindhovenairport.com/gaba.

1.2.3 Business aviation

Business aviation flights are prohibited to operate to and from Eindhoven Airport without a valid approval from Eindhoven Airport. Business aviation flight requests to be send to:

2 GROUND HANDLING

Ground handling is mandatory for all civil aircraft (see EHEH AD 2.23 for contact information).

3 RESTRICTIONS ON TRAINING FLIGHTS

No civil training flights allowed.

4 TAXI PROCEDURES

Eindhoven Ground 121.930 is operational during aerodrome operational hours.

  1. After permission for start-up Eindhoven Ground will give instructions for push-back and taxi.
  2. On runway and taxiway no turns greater than 90° allowed.
  3. A tow truck is mandatory for aircraft with a wingspan of more than 10 m.
  4. Aircraft with a wingspan of 10 m or less shall request permission from ATC by radio before taxiing on the apron.
5 OPERATIONAL USE OF INTERSECTION TAKE-OFFS
  • ATC may assign an intersection take-off to any aircraft for operational reasons.
  • During low visibility procedures (visibility < 1500 m and cloud base < 400 ft) intersection take-offs are not allowed.

EHEH AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

1 DEPARTURES

To avoid noise nuisance, pilots of IFR flights and VFR flights (MTOM >= 2000 kg) shall adhere to the following:

  • Departures RWY 03: maintain runway track until 4 DME EHV and climb to at least 1000 ft AMSL.
  • Departures RWY 21 to the east: maintain runway track until 3 DME EHV and climb to at least 1000 ft AMSL.
  • Departures RWY 21 to the west: at DER 21 turn right to track 221° MAG until 3 DME EHV and climb to at least 1000 ft AMSL.
  • RNAV IFR departures RWY 21 to the west: as published in AD 2.22 Flight Procedures.
2 ARRIVALS
  • To avoid noise nuisance, all aircraft with a MTOM >= 2000 kg shall perform an instrument approach.
  • For noise abatement, reduced flaps landing procedures are recommended. However use of this procedure is subject to captain’s decision and safety prevails at all times.
  • For noise abatement after landing, the use of idle reverse thrust is advised. However use of this procedure is subject to captain’s decision and safety prevails at all times.
  • Flight operations with the following aircraft types are not allowed: ACI aircraft noise rating index categories D, E, and F (see http://www.airports.org/aci/aci/file/ACI_Priorities/Environment/ACINoiseIndex.pdf). Examples of listed aircraft types (dependent on the exact configuration of the aircraft): Airbus A300-B4, Boeing 737-300, 737-500, 747-series, 767-300, McDonnell Douglas MD-series.

EHEH AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 INSTRUMENT DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
1.1 Introduction

The instrument departure procedures are based on ICAO Annex 2 and ICAO Doc 4444-ATM/501 (PANS-ATM), Doc 7030 (SUPPS) and Doc 8168-OPS/611 (PANS-OPS).

to avoid noise disturbances pilots shall adhere to the IFR departure procedures as depicted.
1.2 Instrument departure procedures
1.2.1 Start-up permission

A request for start-up and push-back shall be made to Eindhoven Ground, this request shall include:

  • aircraft identification (e.g. KLM001).
  • position (e.g. B1).
  • ATIS information (e.g. information "F").
  • number of persons on board (e.g. POB 16).
  • flight rules (e.g. IFR).
  • destination (e.g. Amsterdam).
  • request start-up (e.g. request start-up in 10 minutes).

Permission for start-up will be issued as soon as possible after the request has been made to Eindhoven Ground. The pilot shall be able to comply with the start-up and taxi permission, since ATC planning of outbound traffic (involving en route clearance and co-ordination with adjacent ATC units) is based on the start-up time. Any delay in start-up or taxiing shall be reported to ATC immediately.

In case of indefinite delay the probable duration of the delay will be given.

During ATIS OPR HR (see EHEH AD 2.18) no MET information will be issued to departing aircraft, except RVR.

1.2.2 En route clearance
1.2.2.1 Contents

Report 5 minutes prior to push-back and/or start-up for an en route clearance request.

An en route clearance contains:

  1. Clearance limit: airport of destination.
  2. Standard instrument departure (SID).
  3. Level instructions if applicable.
  4. SSR code.
  5. Departure instructions if applicable.

Example of an en route clearance: "KLM001 cleared to Amsterdam, PESER 2J Departure FL 060, squawk 7001".

1.2.2.2 Standard instrument departures

The instrument departure procedures are laid down in standard instrument departures (SIDs). SIDs are designated in accordance with ICAO Annex 11. SID designation is composed of the following elements:

  • a basic indicator, i.e. a significant point.
  • a validity indicator, i.e. a number from 1 to 9 indicating the valid version of a specific SID.
  • a route indicator, i.e. a letter representing the runway where the SID begins.

SIDs are published for RWY 03 and 21.

if not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Eindhoven TWR before departure.
1.2.2.3 Departure instructions (paragraph 1.2.2.1, item e)

Instructions containing deviations from the SID may be added to the en route or take-off clearance. These instructions may comprise an opposite turn after take-off, maintaining a specified heading or temporary altitude restrictions; they amend the relevant part of the SID only.

1.3 Communication failure

See ENR 1.3.

1.4 SID descriptions
1.4.1 General remarks
  • Transition altitude: 3000 ft AMSL.
  • Turn radii based on a 25° bank angle.
  • Radial interception angle: 45°.
  • The SIDs are based on an average climb rate of 2000 ft/min.
  • For continuous routings and crossing conditions on ATS routes as applicable see paragraph 1.4.3.
  • SIDs have to be considered as minimum noise routings which shall be strictly adhered to.
  • MAX 250 KIAS below FL 100 unless otherwise instructed.
  • Initiate turns in due time in order not to overshoot radials.
  • Additional departure instructions: especially propeller-driven aircraft can expect additional departure instructions. These instructions may be added to the en route or take-off clearance and may comprise a specific heading or temporary altitude restriction. Such additives amend the relevant part of the SID only.
  • RNAV: the Netherlands highly recommends the use of pre-programmed (RNAV) routes on board of aircraft. Within the TMAs these RNAV routes shall be considered as overlays of conventional routes, except the AMULO, BESKU, ODEMO, POGAX and RONSA SIDs. An RNAV route may result in a different flight path (vertically: turn altitudes and/or laterally: turn anticipation effects) compared to the conventional route. By making use of the FMS route functionalities, a significant part of the noise production is shifted to less sensitive noise areas. Therefore, using RNAV will not result in route violations.
    The description of the published SIDs is extended with additional information intended for database coding only. The AMULO, BESKU, ODEMO, POGAX and RONSA SIDs however, are mandatory for aircraft with an RNAV1 approval. A P-RNAV approval is considered equivalent to an RNAV1 approval. The SIDs are provided with:
    1. EH-waypoints. These points define unnamed intersections, turning points, positions etc.
    2. Route definition by means of publishing the sequence of relevant waypoints. It is prohibited to code other waypoints.
    3. A FMS-coding advice for B-737 aircraft as result of trials with the PDT (Procedure Design Tool) which is a FMS simulator for PCs predicting flight path. With the help of PDT all departures at Eindhoven AP have been checked on flyability and adherence to the desired ground path (within acceptable limits), covering more extreme flight conditions.
    Furthermore:
    • Database programmers must be aware that due to algorithms built-in FMCs not all conventional NAV instructions need to be part of the coding in order to work properly.
    • Due to the computer algorithms the flightpath of aircraft using RNAV overlays may deviate slightly from the conventional route. This will occur particularly during turns.
    • Connect FMS and autopilot as early as possible
    • The EH-waypoints shall not be used in RTF procedures.
    • Turn anticipation is mandatory for all waypoints except those which are underlined, these waypoints shall be overflown.
    • The navigation aid (e.g. VOR) mentioned in the column "Expected path terminator" is for selection of MAG station declination only.
1.4.2 Specific remarks
  1. Only for aircraft with destination EBBR or EBAW.
  2. Only for aircraft with destination EHRD, MAX FL 075.
  3. Only for aircraft with destination EHBK.
  4. Only for aircraft with destination EHAM, MAX FL 075.
  5. Only for aircraft with destination EHGG, MAX FL 095.
  6. Prohibited for aircraft operators with RNAV1/P-RNAV approval and able to comply with crossing conditions prescribed in the SID operating with aircraft with 2 or more engines.
  7. RNAV1/P-RNAV approval required.
1.4.3 Continuous routings for SIDs with crossing conditions on ATS routes as applicable
REF EHEH AD 2.22, paragraph 1.2.2 "En route clearance". If not able to comply with the crossing conditions prescribed in the SIDs, inform Eindhoven start-up control before take-off.
OLNO Departures
(U)N852If the requested flight level is above FL 095, cross OSGOS at or above FL 080; EDUMA at FL 100. Expect radar vectors by Dutch MIL if unable to cross FL 080 in time.
1.4.4 SIDs RWY 03
ELSIK 3JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ELSI3J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn leftEH550 [M034; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH557 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH557 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To ELSIKELSIKTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn left (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 193° MAG. At 3.0 EHV/QDR EHN 222° turn right to track 222° MAG (QDR EHN 222°) to ELSIK (20.8 EHV).
Vertical: Cross 3.0 EHV/QDR EHN 222° at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
INKET 4JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 2.
After departure climb to FL 050.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE4J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn leftEH550 [M034; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH566 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH566 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To EH554 at or below FL 050EH554 [F050-]TFN
To INKET at or below FL 050INKET [F050-]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn left (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 293° MAG to intercept RTM 131 inbound to INKET (14.4 RTM).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
OLNO 5JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[LNO5J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn rightEH550 [M034; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH552 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH552 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To EH575EH575TFN
To SOPVISOPVITFN
To OSGOSOSGOSTFN
To EDUMAEDUMATFN
To LNOLNOTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 105° MAG. At 9.0 EHV turn right to track 146° MAG to SOPVI to intercept MAS 351 inbound to OSGOS to EDUMA (7.5 MAS) to intercept LNO 014 inbound to LNO VOR.
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
OSGOS 3JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[OSGO3J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn rightEH550 [M034; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH552 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH552 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To EH575EH575TFN
To SOPVISOPVITFN
To OSGOSOSGOSTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 105° MAG. At 9.0 EHV turn right to track 146° MAG to SOPVI to intercept MAS 351 inbound to OSGOS (12.8 MAS).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
PESER 3JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 4.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[PESE3J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn leftEH550 [M034; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To PESERPESERTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn left (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 250° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to PESER (33.3 EHV).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
REFSO 4JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[REFS4J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn leftEH550 [M034; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To HSDHSDTFN
To REFSOREFSOTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn left (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 250° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to HSD VOR to intercept HSD 277 to REFSO (91.9 SPY).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
TULIP 5JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TULI5J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn leftEH550 [M034; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To HSDHSDTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn left (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 250° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to HSD VOR to intercept HSD 000 to TULIP (33.0 RTM).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
VELNI 2JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[VELN2J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn rightEH550 [M034; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH552 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH552 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To EH575EH575TFN
To VELNIVELNITFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn RNAVright (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 105° MAG. At 10.0 EHV turn left to track 082° MAG (QDM BOT 082°) to VELNI (31.3 EHV).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
VEROR 5JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 5.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[VERO5J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn rightEH550 [M034; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH552 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH552 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To EH575EH575TFN
To RUMER at FL 060RUMER [F060 ]TFN
To BASGUBASGUTFN
To EH523EH523TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To VERORVERORTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 105° MAG. At 9.0 EHV turn left to intercept RKN 226 inbound to RUMER (44.9 RKN) to intercept MAS 355 to intercept RKN 248 inbound. At 24.0 RKN turn left to track 000° MAG to TENLI (57.2 EEL). Continue track 000° MAG to intercept EEL 212 inbound to VEROR (18.8 EEL).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL, RUMER at FL 060.
WOODY 5JSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[WOOD5J]To EH550 on course 034° MAG, turn leftEH550 [M034; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3000+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To RONSARONSATFN
To WOODYWOODYTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 034° MAG. At 4.0 EHV turn left (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 250° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to intercept COA 076 inbound. At 45.0 COA turn left to intercept NIK 025 inbound to WOODY (16.0 NIK).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
1.4.5 SIDs RWY 21
AMULO 2KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 7.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[AMUL2K]To EH597 on course 214° MAG, at or above 500 ft AMSL turn rightEH597 [M214; A500+; R]CF (MAS)Y
To EH598 on course 343° MAG at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH598 [M343; A3000+; K220-]CF (MAS)N
To EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSLEH556 [A3500+]TFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To HSDHSDTFN
To AMULOAMULOTFN
To REFSOREFSOTFN
BESKU 2KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 7.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[BESK2K]To EH597 on course 214° MAG, at or above 500 ft AMSL turn rightEH597 [M214; A500+; R]CF (MAS)Y
To EH598 on course 343° MAG at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH598 [M343; A3000+; K220-]CF (MAS)N
To EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSLEH556 [A3500+]TFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To HSDHSDTFN
To BESKUBESKUTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
ELSIK 4KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 1.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ELSI4K]To EH560 on course 214° MAG, at or above 3000 ft AMSLEH560 [M214; A3000+]CF (MAS)N
To EH561EH561TFN
To ELSIKELSIKTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 214° MAG. At 7.0 EHV turn right to track 237° MAG. At 10.0 EHV turn left to track 222° MAG (QDR EHN 222°) to ELSIK (20.8 EHV).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
INKET 4KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remarks: 2, 6.
After departure climb to FL 050.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[INKE4K]To EH599 on course 221° MAG, turn rightEH599 [M221; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3500+; K220-]DFN
To EH554 at or below FL 050EH554 [F050-]TFN
To INKET at or below FL 050INKET [F050-]TFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: At DER 21 turn right to track 221° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 337° MAG to intercept RTM 131 inbound to INKET (14.4 RTM).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3500 ft AMSL.
ODEMO 2KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remarks: 4, 7.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[ODEM2K]To EH597 on course 214° MAG, at or above 500 ft AMSL turn rightEH597 [M214; A500+; R]CF (MAS)Y
To EH598 on course 343° MAG at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH598 [M343; A3000+; K220-]CF (MAS)N
To EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSLEH556 [A3500+]TFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To ODEMOODEMOTFN
To PESERPESERTFN
OLNO 5KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[LNO5K]To EH558 on course 214° MAG, turn leftEH558 [M214; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH562 at or above 3000 ft AMSL=> EH562 [A3000+]DFN
To EH570EH570TFN
To SOPVISOPVITFN
To OSGOSOSGOSTFN
To EDUMAEDUMATFN
To LNOLNOTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 214° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn left to track 090° MAG. At 9.0 EHV turn right to track 123° MAG (QDR EHN 123°) to SOPVI to intercept MAS 351 inbound to OSGOS to EDUMA (7.5 MAS) to intercept LNO 014 inbound to LNO VOR.
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
OSGOS 3KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 3.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[OSGO3K]To EH558 on course 214° MAG, turn leftEH558 [M214; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH562 at or above 3000 ft AMSL=> EH562 [A3000+]DFN
To EH570EH570TFN
To SOPVISOPVITFN
To OSGOSOSGOSTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 214° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn left to track 090° MAG. At 9.0 EHV turn right to track 123° MAG (QDR EHN 123°) to SOPVI to intercept MAS 351 inbound to OSGOS (12.8 MAS).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
PESER 4KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remarks: 4, 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[PESE4K]To EH599 on course 221° MAG, turn rightEH599 [M221; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3500+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To PESERPESERTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: At DER 21 turn right to track 221° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 337° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to PESER (33.3 EHV).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3500 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
POGAX 2KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remarks: 2, 7.
After departure climb to FL 050.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[POGA2K]To EH597 on course 214° MAG, at or above 500 ft AMSL turn rightEH597 [M214; A500+; R]CF (MAS)Y
To EH598 on course 343° MAG at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH598 [M343; A3000+; K220-]CF (MAS)N
To POGAX at or below FL 050POGAX [F050-]TFN
To INKET at or below FL 050INKET [F050-]TFN
REFSO 5KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[REFS5K]To EH599 on course 221° MAG, turn rightEH599 [M221; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3500+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To HSDHSDTFN
To REFSOREFSOTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: At DER 21 turn right to track 221° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 337° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to HSD VOR to intercept HSD 277 to REFSO (91.9 SPY).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3500 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
RONSA 2KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 7.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[RONS2K]To EH597 on course 214° MAG, at or above 500 ft AMSL turn rightEH597 [M214; A500+; R]CF (MAS)Y
To EH598 on course 343° MAG at or above 3000 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH598 [M343; A3000+; K220-]CF (MAS)N
To EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSLEH556 [A3500+]TFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To RONSARONSATFN
To WOODYWOODYTFN
TULIP 5KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[TULI5K]To EH599 on course 221° MAG, turn rightEH599 [M221; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3500+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To HSDHSDTFN
To TULIPTULIPTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: At DER 21 turn right to track 221° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 337° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to HSD VOR to intercept HSD 000 to TULIP (33.0 RTM).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3500 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
VELNI 2KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: -.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[VELN2K]To EH558 on course 214° MAG, turn leftEH558 [M214; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH562 at or above 3000 ft AMSL=> EH562 [A3000+]DFN
To EH563EH563TFN
To VELNIVELNITFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 214° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn left to track 090° MAG. At 11.0 EHV turn left to intercept BUN 063 to VELNI (56.7 BUN).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3000 ft AMSL.
VEROR 5KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 5.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[VERO5K]To EH558 on course 214° MAG, turn leftEH558 [M214; L]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH576=> EH576DFN
To EH577 at or above 3000 ft AMSLEH577 [A3000+]TFN
To RUMER at FL 060RUMER [F060 ]TFN
To BASGUBASGUTFN
To EH523EH523TFN
To TENLITENLITFN
To EH521EH521TFN
To VERORVERORTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: Track 214° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn left to track 090° MAG. At 5.0 EHV turn left to intercept RKN 226 inbound to RUMER (44.9 RKN) to intercept MAS 355 to intercept RKN 248 inbound. At 24.0 RKN turn left to track 000° MAG to TENLI (57.2 EEL). Continue track 000° MAG to intercept EEL 212 inbound to VEROR (18.8 EEL).
Vertical: Cross QDM EHN 315° at or above 3000 ft AMSL, RUMER at FL 060.
WOODY 5KSee paragraph 1.4.2 specific remark: 6.
After departure climb to FL 060.
ARINC designatorFormal descriptionAbbreviated descriptionExpected path terminatorFly-over
required
[WOOD5K]To EH599 on course 221° MAG, turn rightEH599 [M221; R]CF (MAS)Y
Direct to EH556 at or above 3500 ft AMSL, MAX 220 KIAS=> EH556 [A3500+; K220-]DFN
To BREDA at or above FL 060BREDA [F060+]TFN
To RONSARONSATFN
To WOODYWOODYTFN
Conventional
description
Lateral: At DER 21 turn right to track 221° MAG. At 3.0 EHV turn right (MAX 220 KIAS) to track 337° MAG to intercept HSD 104 inbound to BREDA (20.7 EHV) to intercept COA 076 inbound. At 45.0 COA turn left to intercept NIK 025 inbound to WOODY (16.0 NIK).
Vertical: Cross 7.0 EHV at or above 3500 ft AMSL, BREDA at or above FL 060.
2 INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES
2.1 Introduction

The arrival, instrument approach and holding procedures are based on ICAO Annex 2 and ICAO Doc 4444-ATM/501 (PANS-ATM), Doc 7030 (SUPPS) and Doc 8168-OPS/611 (PANS-OPS). During initial and intermediate approach to Eindhoven Airport radar service may be provided by MILATCC Schiphol (Dutch MIL), RAPCON South and/or Eindhoven Arrival (DIR).

to avoid noise disturbances pilots shall adhere to the IFR approach procedures as depicted.
2.2 Arrival
2.2.1 Inbound clearance

Upon initial contact at or before entering the Nieuw Milligen TMA D, Amsterdam ACC or MILATCC Schiphol (Dutch MIL) will issue an inbound clearance containing:

  1. Clearance limit.
  2. Route.
  3. Level (flight level or altitude).
  4. Runway in use1)
  5. EAT, when a delay of 30 minutes or more is expected.
  6. SSR code.
  1. During ATIS OPR HR (see EHEH AD 2.18) this item may be omitted when included in the ATIS broadcast.
2.2.2 Level restriction

Flights via HELEN should comply with the following crossing condition: cross HELEN at FL 180 or below, unless otherwise instructed.

2.3 Initial approach
2.3.1 General procedures

Holding and entry procedures and the calculations of the associated protected areas are in accordance with PANS-OPS Volume II, part 4. Since separation is based on the calculated areas, compliance with these in-flight procedures is essential.

2.3.2 Approach instructions

Approach instructions will contain as applicable:

  1. Additional instructions with respect to clearance limit, route and level.
  2. Approach procedure.
  3. Runway in use1).
  4. EAT, if holding procedures are applied.
  5. QNH.
  6. Transition level1).
  7. MET information1).
  8. Runway condition1).
  1. During ATIS OPR HR (see EHEH AD 2.18) this item may be omitted when included in the ATIS broadcast.
2.3.3 RNAV approach procedures

An RNAV approach procedure will be initiated by ATC in order to reduce noise nuisance, fuel consumption, and to provide flexible and efficient ATC dispatch.

2.3.3.1 General

The RNAV approach procedures are developed in accordance with ICAO PANS-OPS criteria with the following safeguards:

  • The RNAV section of the inbound route is situated above MSA/MFA/MVA.
  • The RNAV part is complete on entering the intermediate segment in which ILS-LOC interception takes place.
  • If radar service is available the operations will be radar monitored by ATC.
2.3.3.2 Clearances and constraints

On initiative of ATC, pilots may be instructed to fly an RNAV approach procedure preceding the ILS, LOC, Baro-VNAV or LNAV instrument approach to RWY 03 or RWY 21.

  • The RNAV approach procedure starts at the waypoint OKLOV, RUMER, SOPVI or SUTIB.
  • After receiving a clearance for an RNAV approach procedure the pilot is free to optimise the descent and speed within the constraints as laid down in the procedure description, with the objective to establish a low noise continuous descent approach.
  • The clearance for the RNAV approach procedure includes clearance to execute the subsequent ILS, LOC, Baro-VNAV or LNAV instrument approach procedure.

Further details are published on the relevant instrument approach charts AD 2.EHEH-IAC-03.2, AD 2.EHEH-IAC-03.3, AD 2.EHEH-IAC-21.2 and AD 2.EHEH-IAC-21.3.

2.3.3.3 Aircraft requirements

For the use of the RNAV approach procedures the following requirements are applicable:

  • The aircraft must be equipped with an FMS comprising a pre-loaded navigation database and a navigation display.
  • The aircraft FMS must use GNSS as the primary navigation sensor.
  • The operator must hold a P-RNAV or RNAV1 operations approval issued by their state of registry which is compliant with the JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No. 10 (TGL-10) or equivalent.
  • To execute the Baro-VNAV or LNAV approach, the operator must hold an RNP APCH operations approval issued by their state of registry which should be compliant with EASA AMC 20-27 or equivalent.
2.3.3.4 Non-RNAV equipped aircraft

Pilots of aircraft that are not equipped or approved for TMA RNAV procedures, i.e. not meeting the requirements in paragraph 2.3.3.3, shall inform ATC by use of the phrase "UNABLE (designator) APPROACH DUE RNAV TYPE" if instructed to fly an RNAV approach procedure. These aircraft will be guided by vectors or will be rerouted via conventional navigation aids.

2.3.4 Radar service

During the initial and intermediate approach, radar service will be provided by RAPCON South and/or Eindhoven Arrival. Outside operating hours of these radar service units, MILATCC Schiphol (Dutch MIL) will provide radar approach service.

2.4 Intermediate and final approach
2.4.1 Final approach procedures
2.4.1.1 Instrument approaches

Instrument approaches to RWY 03/21 can be made with the assistance of ILS or NDB.

2.4.1.2 Visual approach

A visual approach (only final approach segment) will be allowed or offered if the visibility is at least 5 km and the cloud base at least 2000 ft AMSL. To minimise noise nuisance aircraft executing a visual approach shall intercept the final approach leg at an altitude of at least 1500 ft AMSL.

2.4.1.3 Circling approach

Circling approaches are not allowed.

2.4.2 Missed approach procedure
2.4.2.1 General

All turns shall be the shortest turn and in case of a 180° turn that turn shall be to the left, unless otherwise specified below or instructed by ATC.

2.4.2.2 Missed approach procedure during instrument approach

See relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x.

2.4.2.3 Missed approach procedure during visual approach

Turn to the intended landing runway, intercept the runway track MAG of that runway while:

  1. When visual:
    • remain visual and inform ATC, or
  2. When unable to remain visual:
    • climb to 2000 ft AMSL. At 4.0 EHV (RWY 03) or 3.0 EHV (RWY 21) climb to 3000 ft AMSL and inform ATC.
2.5 Communication failure
2.5.1 General

The pilot of an IFR flight shall follow the general procedures for IFR flights (see ENR 1.3 paragraph "Communication Failure"). In addition, for arriving flights, the following communication failure procedures apply.

2.5.2 Inbound clearance not received
  • Proceed according the current flight plan to NDB EHN.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level.
  • After arrival over NDB EHN, intercept the holding pattern.
  • Commence descent to 3000 ft AMSL at or as near as possible to the ETO over NDB EHN.
  • After reaching 3000 ft AMSL leave NDB EHN and carry out an instrument approach procedure to RWY 21 (see AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x). A circling procedure for the most convenient runway may be carried out (ICAO standard).
2.5.3 Inbound clearance received
2.5.3.1 Traffic via standard arrival
  • Proceed according the current flight plan to the holding fix specified in the inbound clearance.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • After arrival over the holding fix, intercept the holding pattern.
  • Commence descent to 3000 ft AMSL at the EAT last received and acknowledged.
  • When no EAT has been received and acknowledged, commence descent to 3000 ft AMSL at or as near as possible to the ETO over holding fix.
  • After reaching 3000 ft AMSL leave the holding and carry out an instrument approach procedure to the assigned runway (see AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.3.2 Traffic via CDO approaches no level restriction
  • A clearance direct to SUTIB and/or a CDO clearance for OKLOV, SOPVI, RUMER or SUTIB approach received.
  • Carry out the instrument approach procedure to the assigned runway (see AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.3.3 Traffic via CDO approaches with level restriction
  • Descend to last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude.
  • Upon reaching the last cleared and acknowledged flight level or altitude, proceed to NDB EHN and maintain level.
  • After arrival over NDB EHN, descend to 3000 ft AMSL, if applicable.
  • Carry out the instrument approach procedure to the assigned runway (see AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.3.4 Traffic vectored to final approach
  • Proceed to NDB EHN.
  • Maintain the last cleared and acknowledged flight level.
  • After arrival over NDB EHN, descend to 3000 ft AMSL, if applicable.
  • Carry out an instrument approach procedure to the assigned runway (see AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x).
2.5.4 Missed approach procedure in case of communication failure
2.5.4.1 General

All turns shall be the shortest turn and in case of a 180° turn that turn shall be to the left, unless otherwise specified below or instructed by ATC.

2.5.4.2 Missed approach procedure during instrument approach

See relevant instrument approach chart AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x.

2.5.4.3 Missed approach procedure during visual approach

Turn to the intended landing runway, intercept the runway track MAG of that runway while:

  1. When visual:
    • remain visual and execute a circuit for that runway or
  2. When unable to remain visual:
    • climb to 2000 ft AMSL.
    • at 4.0 EHV (RWY 03) or 3.0 EHV (RWY 21) climb to 3000 ft AMSL and start the shortest turn to NDB EHN.
    • after NDB EHN execute the instrument approach procedure as depicted on the relevant approach chart AD 2.EHEH-IAC-xx.x.
2.6 Instrument approach descriptions
for positions of EH waypoints see relevant instrument approach charts.
in the tables below, the specification of recommended navaid is for coding purposes only. For legs based upon some path terminators, the aircraft systems use the station declination of the recommended navaid associated with the leg.
2.6.1 Instrument approach segments RWY 03
2.6.1.1 OKLOV 1D approach RWY 03
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFOKLOV--------RNAV1
002TFEH589-217 / (218.0)-8.5-+ FL 070--RNAV1
003TFDERUV-224 / (225.4)-4.7-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFSOMEM-224 / (225.3)-9.3----RNAV1
005TFEH588-252 / (252.7)-7.6-+ 4000--RNAV1
006TFMITSA-252 / (252.5)-3.4----RNAV1
007TFERSUL-303 / (303.8)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
008TFEH573-034 / (034.9)-2.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
009CFEH583-034 / (034.9)EHZ2.1----3.00 / 50-
010CFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)EHZ3.8----3.00 / 50-
011CFEH550Y034 / (035.0)EHZ4.6-----
012DFEHN----L@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
009TFEH583-034 / (034.9)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
010TFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
011TFEH550Y034 / (035.0)-4.6----RNP APCH
012DFEHN----L@ 3000---
2.6.1.2 RUMER 1D approach RWY 03
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFRUMER--------RNAV1
002TFEH590-195 / (195.6)-1.7-+ FL 070--RNAV1
003TFDERUV-195 / (195.6)-8.9-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFSOMEM-224 / (225.3)-9.3----RNAV1
005TFEH588-252 / (252.7)-7.6-+ 4000--RNAV1
006TFMITSA-252 / (252.5)-3.4----RNAV1
007TFERSUL-303 / (303.8)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
008TFEH573-034 / (034.9)-2.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
009CFEH583-034 / (034.9)EHZ2.1----3.00 / 50-
010CFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)EHZ3.8----3.00 / 50-
011CFEH550Y034 / (035.0)EHZ4.6-----
012DFEHN----L@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
009TFEH583-034 / (034.9)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
010TFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
011TFEH550Y034 / (035.0)-4.6----RNP APCH
012DFEHN----L@ 3000---
2.6.1.3 SOPVI 1D approach RWY 03
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFSOPVI--------RNAV1
002TFEH586-297 / (298.3)-5.1-+ FL 070--RNAV1
003TFEH587-297 / (298.2)-3.6-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFSOMEM-297 / (298.1)-2.9----RNAV1
005TFEH588-252 / (252.7)-7.6-+ 4000--RNAV1
006TFMITSA-252 / (252.5)-3.4----RNAV1
007TFERSUL-303 / (303.8)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
008TFEH573-034 / (034.9)-2.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
009CFEH583-034 / (034.9)EHZ2.1----3.00 / 50-
010CFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)EHZ3.8----3.00 / 50-
011CFEH550Y034 / (035.0)EHZ4.6-----
012DFEHN----L@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
009TFEH583-034 / (034.9)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
010TFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
011TFEH550Y034 / (035.0)-4.6----RNP APCH
012DFEHN----L@ 3000---
2.6.1.4 SUTIB 1D approach RWY 03
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFSUTIB-----+ FL 070--RNAV1
002TFMOTOD-094 / (095.1)-5.6-+ FL 060--RNAV1
003TFEH595-189 / (189.9)-1.9-+ 4000--RNAV1
004TFRUSAL-189 / (189.9)-8.0----RNAV1
005TFERSUL-125 / (126.0)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
006TFEH573-034 / (034.9)-2.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
007CFEH583-034 / (034.9)EHZ2.1----3.00 / 50-
008CFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)EHZ3.8----3.00 / 50-
009CFEH550Y034 / (035.0)EHZ4.6-----
010DFEHN----L@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
007TFEH583-034 / (034.9)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
008TFTHR 03Y034 / (034.9)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
009TFEH550Y034 / (035.0)-4.6----RNP APCH
010DFEHN----L@ 3000---
2.6.2 Instrument approach segments RWY 21
2.6.2.1 OKLOV 1F approach RWY 21
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFOKLOV--------RNAV1
002TFEH589-217 / (218.0)-8.5-+ FL 070--RNAV1
003TFDERUV-224 / (225.4)-4.7-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFGEMTI-313 / (313.8)-8.4-+ 4000--RNAV1
005TFGILIV-305 / (306.1)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
006TFEH567-214 / (215.1)-4.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
007CFEH584-214 / (215.1)EHO2.1----3.00 / 50-
008CFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)EHO3.8----3.00 / 50-
009CFEH558Y214 / (215.0)EHO3.8-----
010DFEHN----R@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
007TFEH584-214 / (215.1)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
008TFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
009TFEH558Y214 / (215.0)-3.8----RNP APCH
010DFEHN----R@ 3000---
2.6.2.2 RUMER 1F approach RWY 21
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFRUMER--------RNAV1
002TFEH591-224 / (225.3)-1.5-+ FL 070--RNAV1
003TFVENAV-224 / (225.3)-3.5-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFEH596-224 / (225.3)-4.4----RNAV1
005TFGEMTI-313 / (313.7)-3.1-+ 4000--RNAV1
006TFGILIV-305 / (306.1)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
007TFEH567-214 / (215.1)-4.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
008CFEH584-214 / (215.1)EHO2.1----3.00 / 50-
009CFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)EHO3.8----3.00 / 50-
010CFEH558Y214 / (215.0)EHO3.8-----
011DFEHN----R@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
008TFEH584-214 / (215.1)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
009TFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
010TFEH558Y214 / (215.0)-3.8----RNP APCH
011DFEHN----R@ 3000---
2.6.2.3 SOPVI 1F approach RWY 21
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFSOPVI--------RNAV1
002TFEH585-343 / (343.7)-5.7-+ FL 070--RNAV1
003TFDERUV-343 / (343.7)-6.8-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFGEMTI-313 / (313.8)-8.4-+ 4000--RNAV1
005TFGILIV-305 / (306.1)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
006TFEH567-214 / (215.1)-4.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
007CFEH584-214 / (215.1)EHO2.1----3.00 / 50-
008CFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)EHO3.8----3.00 / 50-
009CFEH558Y214 / (215.0)EHO3.8-----
010DFEHN----R@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
007TFEH584-214 / (215.1)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
008TFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
009TFEH558Y214 / (215.0)-3.8----RNP APCH
010DFEHN----R@ 3000---
2.6.2.4 SUTIB 1F approach RWY 21
Serial numberPath descriptorWPT identFly overCourse
MAG° / (T°)
Recommended navaidDistance (NM)TurnAltitude (ft AMSL)Speed
(KIAS)
VPA (°) / TCH (ft)NAV specification
001IFSUTIB-----+ FL 070--RNAV1
002TFEH592-094 / (095.1)-1.8----RNAV1
003TFEH593-066 / (066.3)-2.9-+ FL 060--RNAV1
004TFEH594-066 / (066.4)-8.0----RNAV1
005TFBESTI-066 / (066.5)-3.4-+ 4000--RNAV1
006TFGILIV-123 / (124.2)-5.0-+ 2000--RNAV1
007TFEH567-214 / (215.1)-4.1-+ 2000--RNAV1
008CFEH584-214 / (215.1)EHO2.1----3.00 / 50-
009CFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)EHO3.8----3.00 / 50-
010CFEH558Y214 / (215.0)EHO3.8-----
011DFEHN----R@ 3000---
or RNAV (GNSS)
008TFEH584-214 / (215.1)-2.1----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
009TFTHR 21Y214 / (215.1)-3.8----3.00 / 50RNP APCH
010TFEH558Y214 / (215.0)-3.8----RNP APCH
011DFEHN----R@ 3000---
3 LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES

During periods of low visibility the overall ATC capacity is reduced. To guarantee aircraft safety and optimal use of ATC capacity, Eindhoven Airport uses low visibility procedures. When the visibility drops below 1500 m and the ceiling is equal to or below 300 ft cautionary measures are taken.

Four low visibility phases are recognised:

PhaseConditionsProcedure
ALowest RVR <= 1500 m
and/or ceiling <= 300 ft
No opposite take-off and landings.
Limited use of intersection take-offs.
All WIP in the manoeuvring area will be terminated.
BLowest RVR < 1100 m
and/or ceiling <= 300 ft
Separation BTN landing ACFT will be increased to 8 NM.
CLowest RVR < 550 m
and/or ceiling <= 200 ft
TFC will be reduced to "one movement at a time".
DLowest RVR < 300 mThe airport is below operational minima for arriving and departing aircraft.
4 VFR FLIGHT PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS
for visual approach chart and traffic circuits see AD 2.EHEH-VAC.1 and AD 2.EHEH-VAC.2.
4.1 General
  1. Eindhoven CTR has been designated as controlled airspace (class C).
  2. Prior permission is required from Eindhoven TWR for all VFR operations in the CTR.
  3. All VFR flights within the Eindhoven CTR shall submit a flight plan (see ENR 1.10).
  4. VFR flights shall be carried out via the arrival/departure routes unless otherwise instructed by ATC or approved on pilots request.
  5. ILS areas: VFR flights within the CTR may be instructed by ATC to stay clear of this area. The ILS areas are indicated on chart AD 2.EHEH-VAC.1.
  6. Built-up areas shall be avoided as much as possible.
  7. Marked areas shall be avoided.
  8. Noise abatement has been included in the procedures. Therefore pilots shall strictly adhere to the VFR traffic circuits, approach and departure procedures as depicted.
  9. Standard circuit altitude is 1000 ft AMSL for aircraft with a MTOM < 2000 kg.
4.2 Visual departure procedures
4.2.1 General
  1. Pilots must have obtained start-up clearance from ATC before starting engines. A request for start-up shall be made to Eindhoven Ground; clearance for start-up will either be issued immediately or at a specified time depending on traffic. A request for start-up includes:
    • aircraft identification (e.g. PHSPY Cessna 172).
    • position (e.g. aeroclub).
    • ATIS information (e.g. information "J").
    • flight rules (e.g. VFR).
    • number of persons on board (e.g. POB 2).
    • destination (e.g. Hilversum).
    • request start-up.
  2. Taxiing on taxiways:
    • pilots of aircraft intending to taxi on the taxiways shall obtain a clearance from Eindhoven Ground.
  3. Taxiing on the apron:
    • aircraft not maintaining two-way communication and intending to taxi on the apron must obtain prior permission from ATC.
4.2.2 Aircraft with a MTOM < 2000 kg

Unless otherwise instructed or approved climb to 1000 ft AMSL.

  1. ZULU Departure.
    • After take-off follow the VFR route via MIKE and VICTOR to ZULU.
  2. YANKEE Departure.
    • After take-off follow the VFR route via MIKE and VICTOR to YANKEE.
  3. WHISKEY Departure.
    • After take-off follow the VFR route via HOTEL and OSCAR to WHISKEY.
  4. TANGO Departure.
    • After take-off follow the VFR route via HOTEL and OSCAR to TANGO.
  5. For other directions.
    • Departure instructions will be given.
4.2.3 Aircraft with a MTOM >= 2000 kg

Unless otherwise instructed or approved climb to 1000 ft AMSL.

  1. Aircraft have to remain on runway track to at least:
    • 3 DME EHV after departure from RWY 21.
    • 4 DME EHV after departure from RWY 03.
  2. Left or right turn only after approval of Eindhoven TWR.
4.3 Visual approach procedures
4.3.1 Aircraft with a MTOM < 2000 kg
  1. Contact Eindhoven TWR in time for an entry clearance for the CTR.
  2. Enter the CTR at 1500 ft AMSL and maintain this altitude.
  3. Proceed via an indicated VFR route (ZULU, YANKEE, WHISKEY or TANGO) unless otherwise instructed.
  4. Join the circuit as instructed by ATC.
4.3.2 Aircraft with a MTOM >= 2000 kg

In order to avoid noise nuisance aircraft with a MTOM >= 2000 kg shall perform an instrument approach.

4.4 VFR traffic circuits
4.4.1 Aircraft with a MTOM < 2000 kg

Circuit direction (unless otherwise instructed by Eindhoven TWR):

  • RWY 21 righthand.
  • RWY 03 lefthand.

Circuit altitude: 1000 ft AMSL.

4.5 Missed approach procedures

In case of a missed approach climb straight ahead to 1000 ft AMSL and inform Eindhoven TWR.

4.6 Communication failure procedures
4.6.1 General

Select SSR code 7600.

4.6.2 VFR outbound

In case of communication failure adhere strictly to the departure instructions. If the departure instructions contain a clearance limit in the CTR, act in accordance with paragraph 4.6.4.

4.6.3 VFR inbound
4.6.3.1 Via ZULU or YANKEE Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before passing reporting point VICTOR act in accordance with paragraph 4.6.4.
  2. In case of communication failure after passing reporting point VICTOR descend to 500 ft AMSL and start orbiting on downwind. After green light or flare from TWR complete the circuit (check LDI) as short as practicable. Make a full stop landing and vacate the runway as soon as possible. In case of go around execute a similar circuit.
4.6.3.2 Via TANGO or WHISKEY Arrival
  1. In case of communication failure before passing reporting point OSCAR act in accordance with paragraph 4.6.4.
  2. In case of communication failure after passing reporting point OSCAR descend to 500 ft AMSL and start orbiting on downwind. After green light or flare from TWR complete the circuit (check LDI) as short as practicable. Make a full stop landing and vacate the runway as soon as possible. In case of go around execute a similar circuit.
4.6.3.3 Via a different route to the field
  1. In case of communication failure before joining the circuit act in accordance with paragraph 4.6.4.
  2. In case of communication failure over or after a position from where to join the circuit, descend to 500 ft AMSL and start orbiting on downwind. After green light or flare from TWR complete the circuit (check LDI) as short as practicable. Make a full stop landing and vacate as soon as possible. In case of go around execute a similar circuit.
4.6.4 VFR crossing the CTR

In case of communication failure:

  1. Leave the CTR via the shortest route.
  2. Maintain altitude until outside the CTR.
  3. Do not cross runway centre lines or ILS areas.
  4. Proceed to an appropriate aerodrome.

EHEH AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 CAUTIONS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  1. Bird-scare patrols are active during AD OPR HR and use various equipment, including flare shellcrackers, alternating bird dispersal guns and amplified cries of distress.
  2. General aviation crew: walking to and from aircraft is prohibited without assistance of Eindhoven handling. Please contact +31 (0)6 2707 3658 or +31 (0)40 258 1152.
  3. High visibility vests are mandatory on the civil apron.
2 DETERMINATION OF DATUM LINE FOR INTERSECTION TAKE-OFF

For declared distances see EHEH AD 2.13.

3 GROUND HANDLING COMPANIES
  1. Passenger ground handling
    Post:

    Eindhoven Airport Commercial Services
    Luchthavenweg 13
    5657 EA Eindhoven

    Tel: +31(0)40 291 9829

    Fax: +31(0)40 291 9820

    Email: commercialservices@eindhovenairport.nl

  2. Cargo handling
    Post:

    Viggo Cargo
    Jan Hilgersweg 2
    5657 ES Eindhoven

    Tel: +31(0)40 251 6133

    Fax: +31(0)40 251 7910

    Email: office.ein@viggo.eu

  3. Ground handling general aviation
    Post:

    Viggo General Aviation
    Jan Hilgersweg 2
    5657 ES Eindhoven

    Tel: +31(0)40 258 1158

    Fax: +31(0)40 235 0733

    Email: generalaviation@viggo.eu

EHEH AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Type of chartPage
Aerodrome chartAD 2.EHEH-ADC
PDF
Aircraft parking / docking chartAD 2.EHEH-APDC
PDF
Aerodrome ground movement chart
Taxi routes for large aircraft RWY 03
AD 2.EHEH-GMC.1
PDF
Aerodrome ground movement chart
Taxi routes for large aircraft RWY 21
AD 2.EHEH-GMC.2
PDF
Aerodrome obstacle chart RWY 03/21AD 2.EHEH-AOC-03-21
PDF
Standard instrument departure chartAD 2.EHEH-SID-OVERVIEW
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 03AD 2.EHEH-SID-03
PDF
Standard instrument departure chart RWY 21AD 2.EHEH-SID-21.1
PDF
RNAV standard instrument departure chart RWY 21AD 2.EHEH-SID-21.2
PDF
Standard arrival chartAD 2.EHEH-STAR.1
PDF
Standard arrival chart - only from EBAW, EBBR, EHAM, EHGG, EHLE, EHRDAD 2.EHEH-STAR.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS Y or LOC Y RWY 03AD 2.EHEH-IAC-03.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart CDO approaches to ILS X or LOC X RWY 03AD 2.EHEH-IAC-03.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart CDO approaches RNAV (GNSS) RWY 03AD 2.EHEH-IAC-03.3
PDF
Instrument approach chart NDB RWY 03AD 2.EHEH-IAC-03.4
PDF
Instrument approach chart ILS Y or LOC Y RWY 21AD 2.EHEH-IAC-21.1
PDF
Instrument approach chart CDO approaches to ILS X or LOC X RWY 21AD 2.EHEH-IAC-21.2
PDF
Instrument approach chart CDO approaches RNAV (GNSS) RWY 21AD 2.EHEH-IAC-21.3
PDF
Instrument approach chart NDB RWY 21AD 2.EHEH-IAC-21.4
PDF
Visual approach chart / VFR proceduresAD 2.EHEH-VAC.1
PDF
Visual approach chart VFR traffic circuitsAD 2.EHEH-VAC.2
PDF