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AIP Operations Basic Training 020904

LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT Basic Airport Operations “AERONOUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION ( AIP )” BY ZAINOL MOHD ISA

AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION (AIP)

AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION PUBLICATION

(AIP)

Aeronautical Information Service ICAO Requirements in Annex 15 Contracting State to provide Aeronautical Information Service (AIS): 1. AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication) 2. NOTAM (Notice to Airman) 3. AIRAC (Aeronautical Information Rules and Control) 4. AIC (Aeronautical Information Circular) 5. Pre-Flight/Post Flight Information

Aeronautical Information Publication DEFINITION A publication issued by or with the authority of a State and containing aeronautical information of a lasting character essential to air navigation (Chapter 2 Annex 15)

Aeronautical Information Publication An integral part of Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) provided by the State Reference document primarily to satisfy International requirements for the exchange of aeronautical information Living document subject to amendment in order to ensure it provides current and accurate information

An integral part of Aeronautical Information Service (AIS) provided by the State

Reference document primarily to satisfy International requirements for the exchange of aeronautical information

Living document subject to amendment in order to ensure it provides current and accurate information

Aeronautical Information Publication The content of AIP constitute Basic information: Necessary for the safety, regularity or efficiency of air navigation Source for permanent information and long duration temporary changes To facilitate the use in flight.

The content of AIP constitute Basic information:

Necessary for the safety, regularity or efficiency of air navigation

Source for permanent information and long duration temporary changes

To facilitate the use in flight.

Aeronautical Information Publication Obligations of Aerodrome Operator: Aerodrome Certificate holder is responsible for the provision of aerodrome data and any changes (Airport Services Manual Part 8, Doc 9137-AN/898, Chapter 22.4.3) Shall notify DCA for any change in operational capability Provide 100% confidence level of data accuracy on Aerodrome Notification for operational capability changes are timely

Obligations of Aerodrome Operator:

Aerodrome Certificate holder is responsible for the provision of aerodrome data and any changes (Airport Services Manual Part 8, Doc 9137-AN/898, Chapter 22.4.3)

Shall notify DCA for any change in operational capability

Provide 100% confidence level of data accuracy on Aerodrome

Notification for operational capability changes are timely

Aeronautical Information Publication AIP Contents: Part 1 - General (GEN) Part 2 - En-Route (ENR) Part 3 - Aerodrome (AD) AIP Supplement (SUP)

AIP Contents:

Part 1 - General (GEN)

Part 2 - En-Route (ENR)

Part 3 - Aerodrome (AD)

AIP Supplement (SUP)

PART 1 – GEN (General) General: GEN 0 General (Preface) GEN 1 National Regulations and Requirements GEN 2 Tables and Codes GEN 3 Services GEN 4 Charges for Aerodromes/ Heliports and Air Navigation

General:

GEN 0 General (Preface)

GEN 1 National Regulations and Requirements

GEN 2 Tables and Codes

GEN 3 Services

GEN 4 Charges for Aerodromes/ Heliports and Air Navigation

PART 1 – GEN 0 (Preface) a. Publishing Authorities b. Applicable ICAO documents c. AIP Structure and Regular Amendment Interval d. Service Contact for Errors or Omissions

a. Publishing Authorities

b. Applicable ICAO documents

c. AIP Structure and Regular Amendment Interval

d. Service Contact for Errors or Omissions

PART 1 – GEN 0 (Preface) e. Records of AIP Amendments f. Records of AIP Supplement g. Checklist of AIP Pages h. List of Hand Amendments i. Table of Contents to Part 1

e. Records of AIP Amendments

f. Records of AIP Supplement

g. Checklist of AIP Pages

h. List of Hand Amendments

i. Table of Contents to Part 1

PART 1 – GEN 1 (National Regulations and Requirements) a. Designated Authorities b.   Entry, Transit and Departure of Aircraft c. Entry, Transit and Departure of Passenger and Crew d. Entry, Transit and Departure of Cargo

a. Designated Authorities

b.   Entry, Transit and Departure of Aircraft

c. Entry, Transit and Departure of Passenger and Crew

d. Entry, Transit and Departure of Cargo

PART 1 – GEN 1 (National Regulations and Requirements) e. Aircraft Instruments, Equipment and Flight Documents f.   Summary of National Regulations and International Agreements/Conventions g. Differences from ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices

e. Aircraft Instruments, Equipment and Flight Documents

f.   Summary of National Regulations and International Agreements/Conventions

g. Differences from ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices

PART 1 – GEN 2 (Tables and Codes) a. Measuring System, Aircraft markings, Holidays b.   Abbreviations used in AIS Publications c. Chart Symbols d. Locations Indicators e. List of Radio Navigation Aids

a. Measuring System, Aircraft markings, Holidays

b.   Abbreviations used in AIS Publications

c. Chart Symbols

d. Locations Indicators

e. List of Radio Navigation Aids

PART 1 – GEN 2 (Tables and Codes) e. List of Radio Navigation Aids f.   Conversion Tables g. Chart Symbols h. Sunrise/Sunset Tables

e. List of Radio Navigation Aids

f.   Conversion Tables

g. Chart Symbols

h. Sunrise/Sunset Tables

PART 1 – GEN 3 (Services) a. Aeronautical Information Services b.   Aeronautical Charts c. Air Traffic Services d. Communication Services e. Meteorological Services f. Search and Rescue

a. Aeronautical Information Services

b.   Aeronautical Charts

c. Air Traffic Services

d. Communication Services

e. Meteorological Services

f. Search and Rescue

PART 1 – GEN 4 (Charges for Aerodromes Heliports and Air Navigation Services) a. Aerodrome/Heliport Charges b. Air Navigation Service Charges

a. Aerodrome/Heliport Charges

b. Air Navigation Service Charges

PART 2 – ENR (En-route) General Rules Air Traffic Services Airspace ATS Routes Radio Navigation Aids/Systems Navigation Warnings En-route Chart

General Rules

Air Traffic Services Airspace

ATS Routes

Radio Navigation Aids/Systems

Navigation Warnings

En-route Chart

PART 2 – ENR 1 (General Rules and Procedures) General Rules Visual Flight Rules Instrument Flight Rules ATS Airspace Classification Holding/Approach and Departure Procedure Radar Services and Procedures Altimeter Setting Procedures

General Rules

Visual Flight Rules

Instrument Flight Rules

ATS Airspace Classification

Holding/Approach and Departure Procedure

Radar Services and Procedures

Altimeter Setting Procedures

PART 2 – ENR 1 (General Rules and Procedures) Regional supplementary Procedures Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) Flight Planning Addressing of Flight Plan Messages Interception of Civil Aircraft Unlawful Interference Air Traffic Incidents

Regional supplementary Procedures

Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)

Flight Planning

Addressing of Flight Plan Messages

Interception of Civil Aircraft

Unlawful Interference

Air Traffic Incidents

PART 2 – ENR 2 (Air Traffic Services Airspace) FIR (Flight Information Region) UIR (Upper Flight Information Region) TMA (Terminal Area) Other Regulated Airspace

FIR (Flight Information Region)

UIR (Upper Flight Information Region)

TMA (Terminal Area)

Other Regulated Airspace

PART 3 – AD (Aerodrome) AD 1 - Aerodromes (Introduction) AD 2 - Aerodromes (24 details and list of Aerodromes) Other Aerodromes

AD 1 - Aerodromes (Introduction)

AD 2 - Aerodromes (24 details and list of Aerodromes)

Other Aerodromes

a. Aerodromes/Heliports availability b. Rescue and Fire Fighting Services and Snow Plan c. Index to Aerodromes and Heliports d. Grouping of Aerodromes PART 3 – AD 1 (Aerodromes - Introduction)

a. Aerodromes/Heliports availability

b. Rescue and Fire Fighting Services and Snow Plan

c. Index to Aerodromes and Heliports

d. Grouping of Aerodromes

Statement on: a. Aerodromes available for international and domestic aircraft operations. b. Private/Military aerodromes not available for public use without prior permission c. Omitted Heliports section PART 3 – AD 1 (a) (Aerodromes/Heliport Availability)

Statement on:

a. Aerodromes available for international and domestic aircraft operations.

b. Private/Military aerodromes not available for public use without prior permission

c. Omitted Heliports section

PART 3 – AD 1 (Rescue & Fire Fighting Services) Statement on: Adequate rescue and fire fighting vehicles, equipment and personnel provided at aerodromes for use by international commercial air transport. Details in AD 2.6 (particular aerodrome data)

1. Aerodrome/Heliport Name - e.g. Sepang/KL International 2. Location Indicator - e.g. WMKA, WMKK 3. Type of Traffic permitted: i. International, Domestic, Military or STOL ii. IFR/VFR iii. Scheduled (S), Non-schedule (NS) or Private (P) 4. Reference to AD Section e.g. WMKK AD2. PART 3 – AD 1 (Index to Aerodromes & Heliports)

1. Aerodrome/Heliport Name - e.g. Sepang/KL International

2. Location Indicator - e.g. WMKA, WMKK

3. Type of Traffic permitted:

i. International, Domestic, Military or STOL ii. IFR/VFR

iii. Scheduled (S), Non-schedule (NS) or Private (P)

4. Reference to AD Section e.g. WMKK AD2.

International Airport – entry and departure of air traffic, CIQ (Animal, Public Health, Plant), ATS regular Domestic Airport – domestic air traffic only,ATS regular Stolport – aerodrome for STOL aircraft 4. Military Airport – aerodrome for military only PART 3 – AD 1 (Grouping of Aerodromes)

International Airport – entry and departure of air traffic, CIQ (Animal, Public Health, Plant), ATS regular

Domestic Airport – domestic air traffic only,ATS regular

Stolport – aerodrome for STOL aircraft

4. Military Airport – aerodrome for military only

PART 3 – AD 1 (Aerodromes (Introduction))

Internationally registered name: WMKK - Sepang/KL International WMKL - Langkawi International WMKT - Sultan Mahmud/Kuala Terengganu WBGB - Bintulu WBKL - Labuan WBKS - Sandakan PART 3 – AD 2.1 (Aerodromes Location and Indicator Name)

Internationally registered name:

WMKK - Sepang/KL International WMKL - Langkawi International

WMKT - Sultan Mahmud/Kuala Terengganu

WBGB - Bintulu

WBKL - Labuan

WBKS - Sandakan

PART 3 – AD 2.2 (Aerodrome Geographical and Administrative Data)

PART 3 – AD 2.3 (Operational Hours)

PART 3 – AD 2.4 (Handling Services and Facilities

PART 3 – AD 2.5 (Passenger Facilities)

PART 3 – AD 2.6 (Rescue & Fire Fighting Services)

Detailed description of the equipment and operational priorities established for the clearance of aerodrome movement areas including 1. Type(s) of clearing equipment 2. Clearance prioroties 3. Remarks e.g. clearing activities for snow/ice Not applicable in Malaysia AIP PART 3 – AD 2.7 (Seasonal Availability Clearing)

Detailed description of the equipment and operational priorities established for the clearance of aerodrome movement areas including

1. Type(s) of clearing equipment

2. Clearance prioroties

3. Remarks

e.g. clearing activities for snow/ice

Not applicable in Malaysia AIP

PART 3 – AD 2.8 (Aprons/Taxiways & Check Locations Data)

PART 3 – AD 2.9 (Surface Movement Guidance & Control System and Markings)

PART 3 – AD 2.10 (Aerodromes Obstacles)

PART 3 – AD 2.11 (Meteorological Information Provided)

PART 3 – AD 2.12 (Runway Physical Characteristics)

PART 3 – AD 2.12 (Runway Physical Characteristics) – cont.

PART 3 – AD 2.13 (Declared Distances)

PART 3 – AD 2.14 (Approach and Runway Lighting)

PART 3 – AD 2.15 (Other Lighting, Secondary Power Supply)

PART 3 – AD 2.16 (Helicopter Landing Area)

PART 3 – AD 2.17 (ATS Airspace)

PART 3 – AD 2.18 (ATS Communication Facilities)

PART 3 – AD 2.19 (Radio Navigation and Landing Aids)

PART 3 – AD 2.20 (Local Traffic Regulations) Local Flying Restrictions e.g. Unidirectional Runway in use due to hilly terrain - Take off RWY 21/Landing RWY 03. Circling prohibited except Category A aircraft west of airport. Start Up and Push Back e.g. During aircraft push back it shall be the responsibility of the pilot in command and aircraft marshaller to ensure that the area behind the aircraft is clear of vehicles and other objects. Jet Blast Procedures e.g. B03 and B05 – Aircraft to be pushed back and tow forward to breakaway point 100 Metres from blast fence before taxiing out.

Local Flying Restrictions

e.g. Unidirectional Runway in use due to hilly terrain - Take off RWY 21/Landing RWY 03. Circling prohibited except Category A aircraft west of airport.

Start Up and Push Back

e.g. During aircraft push back it shall be the responsibility of the pilot in command and aircraft marshaller to ensure that the area behind the aircraft is clear of vehicles and other objects.

Jet Blast Procedures

e.g. B03 and B05 – Aircraft to be pushed back and tow forward to breakaway point 100 Metres from blast fence before taxiing out.

Detailed description of noise abatement procedures established at the aerodrome Not practiced in Malaysia yet. PART 3 – AD 2.21 (Noise Abatement Procedure)

Detailed description of noise abatement procedures established at the aerodrome

Not practiced in Malaysia yet.

Aerodrome & Apron Control Services – e.g. On runways and designated taxiways atc controls and regulates aircraft to aircraft, vehicles and obstructions Communication Services – e.g. on movement area using VHF, UHF available for non VHF equipped aircraft Runway Operations – e.g. preferred runway, wind criteria for changing direction Approach and Departure procedures – e.g. IFR aircraft departing WMKK must contact LUMPUR APPROACH immediately after airborne RWY 32R/L LUMPUR APPROACH NORTH 124.2 MHZ Low Visibility Operating Procedures – e.g. condition 3 visibility below 600metres PART 3 – AD 2.22 (Flight Procedures)

Aerodrome & Apron Control Services – e.g. On runways and designated taxiways atc controls and regulates aircraft to aircraft, vehicles and obstructions

Communication Services – e.g. on movement area using VHF, UHF available for non VHF equipped aircraft

Runway Operations – e.g. preferred runway, wind criteria for changing direction

Approach and Departure procedures – e.g. IFR aircraft departing WMKK must contact LUMPUR APPROACH immediately after airborne RWY 32R/L LUMPUR APPROACH NORTH 124.2 MHZ

Low Visibility Operating Procedures – e.g. condition 3 visibility below 600metres

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport e.g. Flight path of seasonal migration birds. PART 3 – AD 2.23 (Additional Information)

Bird concentration in the vicinity of the airport

e.g. Flight path of seasonal migration birds.

Aerodrome/Heliport Chart Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - Type A Radar Vectoring Area Chart Standard Departure Chart Standard Arrival Chart Instrument Approach Chart Visual Approach Chart Bird concentrations in the vicinity of heliport PART 3 – AD 2.24 (Charts Related to Particular Airport)

Aerodrome/Heliport Chart

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - Type A

Radar Vectoring Area Chart

Standard Departure Chart

Standard Arrival Chart

Instrument Approach Chart

Visual Approach Chart

Bird concentrations in the vicinity of heliport

What have we learned? AIP ownership is with State authority Aerodrome Operator to provide accurate information for AIP publication. Aerodrome Operator to notify/update any changes and inaccurate information. Notification for operational changes are timely AIP is a Controlled Document (Quality Management System) CONCLUSION

What have we learned?

AIP ownership is with State authority

Aerodrome Operator to provide accurate information for AIP publication.

Aerodrome Operator to notify/update any changes and inaccurate information.

Notification for operational changes are timely

AIP is a Controlled Document (Quality Management System)

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (487092-W) Q & A Thank You -End of presentation-

If I am good tell others if not tell me! Technical Services Division Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport 47200 Subang Selangor Tel. No: 603 7840 7231 e-mail: [email_address] .com.my Need more info?

If I am good tell others

if not tell me!

Technical Services Division

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport

47200 Subang Selangor

Tel. No: 603 7840 7231

e-mail: [email_address] .com.my

Thank you End of Presentation

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