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Index:

Aerodrome location indicator

Scope

ATS/ATC Procedures

Aeronautical information

Operation Hours

Secondary Survellance Radar

 

APPENDIX            A

 GAZA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Operational Procedures During The Interim Period

1. Scope:Top

 1.1 The Gaza International Airport will operate in accordance with Israel's civil aviation regulations and the regulations issued by the Palestinian Civil Aviation Department pursuant to the Interim Agreement and the Protocol Regarding the Establishment and Operation of the International Airport in the Gaza Strip During the Interim Period. The above mentioned regulations should comply with ICAO standards. 

1.2 The aeronautical information for the Airport will be published by Israel and Egypt, each with respect to the airspace controlled by it, and in the Operational Manual of Gaza International Airport issued by the Palestinian side, which shall be revised accordingly.

 2. AERODROME LOCATION INDICATORTop

 2.1 Name of Aerodrome : Gaza International  A.P.

 2.2 Location Indicator of Gaza A.P. - LVGZ will be published in the ICAO DOC.7910.

2.3 Reference point of Aerodrome N31 14 47 E 034 16 34

      2.4 Runway coordinates are:

                Runway 19: X=458.786

                             Y=621.549

               Runway 01: X=455.767

                              Y=620.957

Note: There shall be a displaced threshold at a distance of 187 meters from the existing southern threshold of RWY 01.

The displaced threshold shall be marked according to the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommendations.  

3. AERONAUTICAL INFORMATIONTop

 3.1 CTR DESCRIPTION

 3.1.1    The Gaza Aerodrome CTR consists of an arc bounded west of the runway, having a radius of 5 NM centered from the AD REF. POINT.

In case of emergency, aircraft under control of Gaza Int'l.A.P. may deviate from CTR, in coordination with Israel South Control.

 3.1.2     Vertical Limits: GND - up to 2000 feet MSL.

       3.2AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION OF AERODROME 

In accordance with Classification of airspace introduced by ICAO Annex 11, Annex2 and DOC. 4444, the airspace within Gaza CTR will be defined as Category C Airspace . 

4.   ATS/ATC PROCEDURESTop

4.1 CIRCLING PROCEDURES

4.1.1 All circuits for landing will be western circuits.

Left - hand circuit to rwy 01.

Right - hand circuit to rwy 19.

 While proceeding a missapproach or go-around, aircraft will maintain on rwy heading and not turn east of rwy, unless in case of emergency.

4.1.2 Circling altitude :1500 feet MSL.

4.2 ATS PROCEDURES

4.2.1   ENTRY ROUTES FOR INTERNATONAL TRAFFIC:

 A) All international traffic to Gaza Airport will proceed via G183 to position NADOL (311734N 0334100E ,15 NM north of ARH VOR on route G183).

B) Position NADOL is the entry / exit point to all traffic northbound, westbound and southbound. 

C) Traffic joining Gaza Airport must contact the Israel South control (127.75 Mhz) for identification purposes, and this contact must be effected:

(1) Not later than position TBA NDB northbound for traffic arriving from the south .

(2) Not later than position PASOS for traffic arriving from the north and west.

(3) Not later than position ISMAILYAH (N30 36.0E32 16.0) in special cases when traffic will be allowed to proceed via V606.  

D) Aircraft will maintain in contact on the second radio set with Israel south Control (127.75 Mhz) until position NADOL.

E) The aircraft released by Israel South Control, will contact and maintain on the second radio set Gaza control at position NADOL for landing instructions.

Gaza Primary Frequency : 120.40 Mhz

Gaza Secondary Frequency : 121.95 Mhz

F) Release point from Cairo ACC to Gaza Control will be the international border unless otherwise coordinated.

4.2.2   EXIT ROUTES FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC

A) All international traffic from Gaza A.P.will proceed to position NADOL and then via route G183 to PASOS, northbound or westbound or to position TBA NBD for traffic southbound .

B) Release point to Cairo ACC from Gaza Control will be the international border.

4.2.3   ARRIVAL PROCEDURES

A) Flight Rules :

Pending the installation of the ILS system, all inbound traffic after passing ARH VOR must cancel IFR flight plan and proceed in accordance with Visual Flight Rules (VFR).

B) Routing and joining procedures:

After passing position NADOL call Gaza Tower and proceed visually on TRK 097 until field in-sight, thence:

RWY 01in use - turn right to join left hand “Down Wind” RWY 01 for landing.

RWY 19 in use  - turn left to join right hand” down Wind” RWY  19 for landing.

4.2.4  GO AROUND PROCEDURES 

A) RWY 01 - In case of go around, maintain RWY heading and climb to circuit altitude (1500 feet) then turn left to join left-hand down wind and follow ATC instructions. 

B) RWY 19 - In case of go around maintain RWY heading and climb to circuit altitude (1500feet) then turn right to join right - hand down wind and follow ATC instructions.

Note : In case of go around don't exceed 3NM on RWY heading. 

4.2.5  HOLDING 

           Holding position will be :poition NADOL. 

4.2.6  DEPARTURE PROCEDURES 

A) RWY 01in use : after take – off turn left on TRK 277 (from AD Reference Point) to NADOL (R-328 ARH VOR D-15NM). 

B) RWY 19in use : after take – off turn right on TRK 277 (from AD Reference Point) to NADOL (R-328 ARH VOR D-15NM). 

Note : The SIDs for those departure Procedures to be designed in due time. 

4.2.7 STARs AND SIDs 

A) STARs and SIDs will be developed according to the FAA standards as introduced in the FAA Handbook 8260.3B.

“ TERMINAL INSTRUMENT PROCEDURES ( TERPS) “, in respect to the restriction that no traffic will operate east of rwy centerline, unless in case of emrgency. 

B) Instrument approaches will be developed for straight-in APP to RWY 01or circling APP to RWY 19. 

4.2.8 COORDINATION PROCEDURES 

For all international flights, coordination procedures will be estblished between Cairo ACC, Israel South Control and Gaza Control Tower.

4.2.8.1 ARRIVING TRAFFIC TO GAZA INT’L A.P. 

A) Cairo Control shall pass to Israel South Control information regarding inbound traffic as soon as possible but not later than position TBA NDB for traffic from the south and position PASOS for traffic from the north and poistion ISMAILYAH in special cases when  traffic will be allowed to proceed via V606.

Information will contain and be transferred in the following order: 

(1)           Call Sign

(2)           Destination

(3)           Present position

(4)          Flight Level

(5)          SSR Code (family will be specified) 

Any change in the above information shall be passed to Israel South Control. 

B) Aircraft without permission to enter Israel FIR shall be held by Cairo Control west of position NADOL until Israel South Control will clear the traffic. 

C) Cairo Control shall pass to GAZA Control Tower information regarding inbound traffic.

This information shall contain and be transferred in the following order

(1)   Call sign

(2)   Type of A/C

(3)   Flight Level

(4)   E.T.O ARH VOR 

4.2.8.2 DEPARTING TRAFFIC FROM GAZA INT’L A.P. 

A) Gaza Tower shall request for departure permission from Israel South Control, and will provide the following information:

(1)   Call sign

(2)   Destination 

B) Gaza Tower shall request for Start Up clearance and shall obtain ATC clearance from Cairo ACC for departing traffic from Gaza A.P. and destined to join V606 and will provide the following information: 

(1)   Call sign

(2)   Aerodrome of departure and destination

(3)   Requested Flight level or Altitude 

Any change of the above information shall be passed to Cairo ACC. 

C) Gaza Tower shall inform Israel South Control when traffic is taking off. 

D) GAZA Tower shall inform Cairo ACC when traffic is taking off. 

E) The departing traffic will call Cairo ACC immediately after take off fromGaza A.P. in order to establish radio contact as soon as possible.                   

4.2.9 SUBMISSION OF FLIGHT PLAN 

A) Flight Plans shall be submitted via AFTN, TELEX or FAX to the control center at Gaza Int’l A.P. Which will transfer them to the AIS office at the Ben Gurion Int’l A.P.

Office  at the Ben Grunion Int’l A.P.

In return Ben Grunion AIS office shall submit a copy of the approved flight plan with NOTAMS and Weather information regarding the flight plan. 

B) Notice of approval of such flight plans shall be forwarded to the requesting party by the control center in Gaza Int’l A.P. 

C) Aircraft without current flight plan will not enter Israel FIR. 

D) Aircraft without current flight plan will not depart from Gaza Int’l A.P. 

E) Flight plan to Euro-Control Region will be submitted at least 3 hours prior EOBT. 

F) Other flight plans will be submitted not later than 60 minutes prior EOBT 

G) Flight plans shall be submitted with compliance to ICAO DOC. 4444. 

5. SECONDARY SURVELLANCE RADAR Top

The Palestinian Civil Aviation Department may install Secondary Surveillance Radar station at Gaza International Airport.

6. OPERATION HOURS Top

Gaza International Airport will be operating 24 hours daily, except on Yom Kippur.

 

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