EGKA  —  SHOREHAM

EGKA  AD 2.1  AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EGKA  —  SHOREHAM

EGKA  AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

Lat: 505008N Long: 0001750W

Mid-point of Runway 02/20.

2

Direction and distance from city

1 NM W of Shoreham-by-Sea.

3

Elevation / Reference temperature / Mean Low Temperature

7 FT / 18 °C / -

4

Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN

148 FT

5

Magnetic Variation / Annual Change

0.53°E (2022) / 0.19°E

6

AD Administration

BRIGHTON CITY AIRPORT LTD.

 

Address

Shoreham Airport, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5FF.

 

Telephone

01273-467373 (Reception)

0844-2254202 (ATS)

 

E-mail address

reception@flybrighton.com

airtraffic@flybrighton.com

 

Web address

www.flybrighton.com

7

Type of Traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR/VFR

8

Remarks

EGKA  AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD Administration

Mon-Fri 0800-2000 (0700-1900); Sat 0900-2000 (0800-1900); Sun 0900-1900 (0800-1800).

2Customs and immigration

Available on request. Complete and submit GAR forms (available on web
site) prior to departure. Do not send to ATC. Phone, Fax and e-mail details for submitting GAR forms available on web site. Immigration, 3 hours notice required. Special Branch 12 hours prior notice required.

3Health and sanitation

4AIS Briefing Office

5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)

6MET Briefing Office

7ATS

As AD hours. See also AD 2.18.

8Fuelling

Normally available 30 minutes after opening until 15 minutes prior to close.

9Handling

Available by arrangement.

10Security

At night and on request.

11De-icing

As AD hours.

12Remarks

All visiting aircraft PPR. IFR training (visitors and based) PPR. Micro-lights and all gliders PPR.
Visiting student pilots on qualifying cross-country flights strictly PPR. Flights (visitors and based) during notified periods of A/G strictly PPR.
Movements outside notified operational hours are prohibited except by pre-arranged extension.

EGKA  AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo handling facilities

2Fuel and oil types

AVTUR JET A-1, AVGAS 100LL

100, 80, W80, W100, 15/50.

3Fuelling facilities/capacity

AVTUR 50,000 lt. AVGAS 50,000 lt.

4De-icing facilities

Through maintenance organisations.

5Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Limited.

6Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

By local maintenance organisations on the aerodrome.

7Remarks

Oxygen and related servicing: Through maintenance organisation.
AVTUR Jet-A1: To arrange refuelling at specific times, contact 01273-467395.
Handling: Contact handling@flybrighton.com

EGKA  AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1Hotels

Hotels in vicinity.

2Restaurants

Restaurant and bar.

3Transportation

Taxis. Nearest railway station: Shoreham-by-Sea 2 NM.

4Medical facilities

Limited first aid.

5Bank and Post Office 
6Tourist Office 
7Remarks 

EGKA  AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1

AD category for fire fighting services

RFF Category A2

RFF Category 3 accepted under remission.

2

Rescue equipment

 
3

Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

MTWA 5080kg. Contact 01273 467395.

4

Remarks

 

EGKA  AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

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

1

Apron surface and strength

APRON

Surface: Concrete and asphalt

2

Taxiway width, surface and strength

Taxiway A: 11 M

Surface: Asphalt

  

Taxiway B: 7.5 M

Surface: Asphalt

  

Taxiway F: 10 M

Surface: Grass

  

Taxiway J: 10 M

Surface: Grass

  

Taxiway K: 7.5 M

Surface: Asphalt

  

Taxiway L: 10 M

Surface: Grass

3

Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Apron 6 FT

4

VOR checkpoints

 
5

INS checkpoints

 
6

Remarks

 

EGKA  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

 
2

Runway and taxiway markings and lighting

Runway marking aid(s):

02/20: Displaced threshold markings and designators on Runway 02/20. Centre marking Runway 02/20.

  

02G/20G: Threshold markings, designators, and white edge markings.

  

06/24: Displaced threshold markings and designators on Runway 24. Threshold marking and designators on Runway 06.

  

13/31: Displaced threshold markings and designators on runway 31.
Threshold markings and designators on runway 13.

  

Taxiway marking aid(s):

  

Taxiway holding point markers. Grass taxiways Foxtrot, Juliet and Lima have white edge markings. Hard Taxiways have centre-line marking.

  

Taxiway light(s):

Blue edge lights and reflective markers except grass taxiways Foxtrot, Juliet and Lima.

3

Stop bars and runway guard lights (if any)

 
4

Other runway protection measures

 
5

Remarks

Three wind direction indicators.
Runway 02/20 and associated taxiway widths meet minimum requirements. Pilots should exercise caution when maneouvring on hard surfaces.

EGKA  AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Approach/Take-off areas
Obstacle ID/ DesignationObstacle
Type
Obstacle
Position
Elevation/HeightObstruction
Lighting Type/Colour
Remarks
123456
20/APPROACH 02/TAKE-OFF

Pylons

505217.70N 0001621.79W 611 FT 

No

 
20/APPROACH 02/TAKE-OFF

Terrain

505127.45N 0001648.26W 346 FT 

No

 
13/APPROACH 31/TAKE-OFF

Tree

505046.12N 0001830.48W 239 FT 

No

 
20/APPROACH 02/TAKE-OFF

Trees

505030.57N 0001739.26W 53 FT 

No

 
20/APPROACH 02/TAKE-OFF

Vehicle

505028.28N 0001739.55W 28 FT 

No

 
13/APPROACH 31/TAKE-OFF

Trees

505026N 0001756W 51 FT 

No

 
24/APPROACH 06/TAKE-OFF

Vehicles on road

505011.29N 0001717.35W 22 FT 

No

 
02/APPROACH 20/TAKE-OFF

Trains

504952.26N 0001755.64W 25 FT 

No

 
In circling area and at aerodrome
Obstacle ID/ DesignationObstacle
Type
Obstacle
Position
Elevation/HeightObstruction
Lighting Type/Colour
Remarks
123456
 

Mast

505302.28N 0001536.00W 853 FT 

Yes

 
 

Pylon

505216.79N 0001528.14W 560 FT 

No

 
 

Chimney

505153.15N 0001739.83W 310 FT 

No

 
20/APPROACH 02/TAKE-OFF

Terrain

505127.45N 0001648.26W 346 FT 

No

 
 

Chapel

505048.04N 0001810.09W 253 FT 

No

 
 

Tree

505046.56N 0001929.29W 417 FT 

No

 
 

Spire

505026.91N 0001708.15W 82 FT 

No

 
 

Terrain

505019.41N 0002151.25W 689 FT 

No

 
 

Mast NDB

505007.84N 0001743.39W 55 FT 

Yes

 
 

Mast

504956.26N 0001457.00W 290 FT 

Yes

 
SHOREHAM EGKA3146

Chimney

504947.80N 0001356.08W 348 FT 341 FT

Yes

 

EGKA  AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1

Associated MET Office

MET OFFICE EXETER
2

Hours of service

MET Office outside hour

H24

3

Office responsible for TAF preparation

Periods of validity

MET OFFICE EXETER

9 hours

4

Trend forecast

Interval of issuance

 
5

Briefing/consultation provided

Self-briefing via computer terminal/telephone.

6

Flight documentation

Language(s) used

Charts abbreviated plain language text. TAFs/METARs.

English

7

Charts and other information available for briefing or

consultation

 
8

Supplementary equipment available for providing information

Free wi-fi available in Terminal.

9

ATS units provided with information

SHOREHAM

10

Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

01273-467372 (ATIS)

EGKA  AD 2.12  RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY Number

True bearing

Dimensions of RWY

Surface of RWY/
SWY/
Strength (PCN)

THR co-ordinates/ THR Geoid undulation

THR elevation/
Highest elevation of TDZ of precision APP RWY
Slope of RWY/ SWY
1234567

02

021.61°

1036 x 18 M

RWY surface: Asphalt

PCN 14/F/B/X/U

504957.90N 0001756.61W

148 FT

THR 7 FT

 

20

201.61°

1036 x 18 M

RWY surface: Asphalt

PCN 14/F/B/X/U

505020.68N 0001742.36W

148 FT

THR 7 FT

 

02G

021.61°

602 x 23 M

RWY surface: Grass

505002.00N 0001751.16W

148 FT

THR 6 FT

 

20G

201.61°

602 x 23 M

RWY surface: Grass

505020.15N 0001739.86W

148 FT

THR 6 FT

 

06

063.51°

799 x 25 M

RWY surface: Grass

505000.71N 0001751.64W

148 FT

THR 5 FT

 

24

243.52°

799 x 25 M

RWY surface: Grass

505009.35N 0001724.28W

148 FT

THR 6 FT

 

13

124.82°

408 x 18 M

RWY surface: Grass

505018.02N 0001740.28W

148 FT

THR 7 FT

 

31

304.82°

408 x 18 M

RWY surface: Grass

505010.44N 0001723.07W

148 FT

THR 6 FT

 
SWY DimensionsClearway DimensionsStrip DimensionsRESA Dimensions, Overshoot / UndershootLocation/description of arresting systemOFZRemarks
891011121314

   

RWY 02

   

RWY 20

   

THR 02G

   

THR 20G

   

RWY 06

   

RWY 24

   

RWY 13

   

RWY 31

A starter extension of 126 M is available - PPR.

EGKA  AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

Runway designator

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

Remarks

123456

02

1002 M 1031 M 1002 M 838 M 

20

908 M 971 M 908 M 798 M 

06

599 M 599 M 599 M 599 M 

24

799 M 799 M 799 M 715 M 

02G

602 M 602 M 602 M 602 M 

20G

602 M 602 M 602 M 602 M 

13

408 M 408 M 408 M 408 M 

31

534 M 534 M 534 M 408 M

TORA, TODA, ASDA include 126m starter extension

EGKA  AD 2.14  APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWYApproach lighting Type/ Length/ IntensityThreshold lighting Colour/ Wing barsVASIS/ MEHT/ PAPI/PAPI Dist from THRTDZ,lightingLengthRunway Centre LinelightingLength/ Spacing/Colour/ IntensityRunway edge lighting Length/ Spacing/Colour/ IntensityRunway end lighting Colour/ Wing barsStopway lightingLength/ColourRemarks
12345678910

02

 

Green

PAPI

Left/3.5°

16 FT

90 M

  

Omni-directional

Light intensity low

Red

Red

 

20

 

Green

PAPI

Right/4.5°

21 FT

90 M

  

Omni-directional

Light intensity low

Red

  

EGKA  AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1

ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation

IBN: 505009.72N 0001736.45W

Flashing Green 'SH'.

2

LDI location and lighting

Anemometer location and lighting

Anemometer: 505009.97N 0001736.58W

3

TWY edge and centre line lighting

EDGE: Blue edge lights.

4

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Standby power. Automatic cut in, 10 seconds. Preset to 30% setting. Taxiway K lighting not available.

5

Remarks

Apron floodlights. Obstacle lighting. Runway guard lights not co-located at hold A1, offset to the east prior to the hold.

EGKA  AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO, geoid undulation

TLOF H2: 505002.20N 0001732.99W

  

TLOF H3: 505001.96N 0001734.49W

2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation

TLOF H2: 6 FT

  

TLOF H3: 6 FT

3

TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking, lighting

 
4

True BRG of FATO

 
5

Declared distance available

 
6

APP and FATO lighting

 
7

RMK

Approach and FATO lighting: H3 Lighted.

EGKA  AD 2.17  AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AIRSPACE

Designation and
lateral limits
Vertical LimitsAirspace ClassATS unit callsign/
language
Transition AltitudeHours of applicabilityRemarks
1234567

SHOREHAM ATZ

A circle, 2 NM radius, centred at 505008N 0001750W on longest notified runway (02/20)

Upper limit: 2000 FT

Lower limit: SFC

G

SHOREHAM APPROACH

English

SHOREHAM RADIO

English

SHOREHAM TOWER

English

6000 FT

  

EGKA  AD 2.18  AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service
Designation

CallsignChannel(s)SATVOICE
number(s)
Logon Address

Hours of Operation

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

APP

SHOREHAM APPROACH

123.155 MHz

DOC 25 NM/10,000 FT.

On request (PPR).

VDF
505009.73N 0001736.59W
On AD.

ATZ hours coincident with Approach/Tower/A/G hours.
Approach Service subject to staff availability.

TWR

SHOREHAM TOWER

123.155 MHz

Mon-Fri 1000-2000 (0900-1900).

VDF
505009.73N 0001736.59W
On AD.

  

125.405 MHz

DOC 10 NM/4000 FT.

As directed by ATC.

 

ATIS

SHOREHAM INFORMATION

130.980 MHz

DOC 25 NM/10,000 FT.

0900-2000 (0800-1900).

 

OTHER

SHOREHAM RADIO

123.155 MHz

A/G frequency
DOC 10 NM/3000 FT.

Mon-Fri 0800-1000 (0700-0900), Sat 0900-2000 (0800-1900), Sun 0900-1900 (0800-1800).

VDF
505009.73N 0001736.59W
On AD.

EGKA  AD 2.19  RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of Aid
CAT of ILS/MLS
MAG Var/VOR Declination
IdentFrequencyHours of OperationPosition of transmitting antenna coordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567

DME

SRH

36Y

109.950 MHz

0800-2000 (0700-1900).

505009.96N 0001736.54W

44 FT

On AD.
DOC 10 NM/5500 FT.
Any ILS indications should be ignored.
Normally radiates H24.
Zero range indicated at THR of Runway 20.
0.1 NM indicated at THR of Runway 02.
DME range errors in excess of 0.03 NM may be experienced between R293 clockwise to R302.

NDB (L)

0.53°E (2022)

SHM

332.000 kHz

0800-2000 (0700-1900).

505007.84N 0001743.39W

On AD.
Range 10 NM.
Normally radiates H24

EGKA  AD 2.20  LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1  Airport Regulations
  1. Use of this airport by aircraft not able to communicate with ATC by radio subject to prior permission.

  2. Standard light signals should be followed.

  3. High visibility clothing is mandatory airside. Groups of two or more people can be escorted by one wearer of high-visibility clothing (tabard/jacket) if kept together.

  4. Local council by-laws prohibit dogs airside. Pilots wishing to fly in/out with dogs to call Fire Crew to arrange transport to/from aircraft prior to flight. Dogs will be expected to be in suitable dog-carriers or carried by handler/owner.

  5. While airside, each aircraft commander is responsible for the safety of their passengers and other crew members. Passengers are at all times to be escorted by a person who is known to be competent to ensure both his/her and the passenger’s safety.

  6. The parking rows numbered 70-72 and helipads H4-H7 must only be accessed by persons attending the aircraft for flight purposes. No visitors or sightseers are permitted.

  7. When taxiing on the grass, keep to cut grass taxiways. The longer (uncut) grass areas are not inspected and are unfit for manoeuvring of any type.

  8. Maintenance is prohibited in all parking areas and main concrete apron without the express prior permission of aerodrome operations.

  9. Out of hours movements (fixed-wing and rotary) are strictly prohibited without an agreed extension to services. All prior agreements, authorizations and permits are withdrawn and are void.

  10. All visiting aircraft report to the Airport RFFS office 'C'.

  11. The carriage of dangerous goods into or out of EGKA, as specified by the Air Navigation (Dangerous Goods) Regulations 2002, is strictly prohibited.

  12. Use of this aerodrome is subject to the published schedule of fees, charges, terms and conditions. Copies are available from Airport administration.

  13. Aircraft engines shall not be run outside of notified operating hours without prior management approval via ATS or Fire Crew. An outside operational hours charge may be applied.

2  Ground Movement

Not applicable

3  CAT II/III Operations

Not applicable

4  Warnings
  1. Aircraft approaching Runway 02 are reminded of displaced threshold and should NOT attempt to touch down on the numbers or the threshold line. Pilots to follow PAPIs (MEHT 16 ft) in order to safely overfly trains and railway line embankment on very short final.

  2. Caution soft ground either side of Taxiway Kilo. Enter and exit on marked points only.

  3. Caution should be used when taxiing on Taxiway A to ensure adequate wing-tip separation from aircraft holding at Hold C.

  4. After heavy rain, standing water may persist on grass areas.

  5. Caution, model aircraft fly adjacent to Runway 20 approach on the hills at approximately 1 nm from the threshold up to 450 ft amsl.

  6. Caution, kite flying along the coast and on other areas within the ATZ up to 100 ft agl.

  7. Caution, turbulence may be encountered on final approach Runway 24 over the river, especially when the tide is out.

  8. Runway 06/24 is uneven and bumpy in areas.

  9. HT Cables to the north east of aerodrome, running north east – south west, 585 ft amsl at 2 nm.
    South Downs to the north of the aerodrome, rising to 783 ft amsl at 4 nm.

  10. Caution, reduced wing tip clearance between taxiing and parked aircraft on main concrete apron. Marshalling guidance can be provided via ATC/RFFS.

  11. Caution, flocks of birds can descend on the aerodrome quickly. Pilots may face delays if birds are difficult to disperse.

  12. Grass cutting will take place on the aerodrome daily between April and October. Large grass bales will be present during major cutting operations in July/August.

  13. Restrictions to operations may be applied for any special event taking place on the aerodrome. See NOTAM as issued.

  14. Restrictions to operations will be applied during LVPs. Only the hard runway and Taxiway Alpha will be in use.

  15. Wind information passed by ATS is given as Degrees True. Pilots are to allow for current magnetic variation.

  16. Pilots are to be aware that the Runway 06 climb-out/Runway 24 approach is over a built-up area. Pilots departing Runway 06 and wishing to make an early turn are to request this from ATC, as helicopters may be operating north side of Runway 06 or inbound from the southeast.

5  Helicopter Operations
  1. Helicopter circuits from HTAs 'W' and 'X' are frequently active below the fixed-wing 'dead-side' and 'live-side' circuit patterns subject to the runway(s) in use. All helicopter circuits shall be not above 600 ft QNH (unless otherwise authorised) and negative RTF but maintaining a listening watch:

    1. HTA 'W' - Runway 02 in use - Left hand circuit, remain west of 02/20 runway strip.

    2. HTA 'W' - Runway 20 in use - Right hand circuit, remain west of 02/20 runway strip.

    3. HTA 'X' - Runway 06 in use - Left hand circuit, remain north of Runway 06/24 strip and cross Runway 02/20 strip as required.

    4. HTA 'X' - Runway 24 in use - Right hand circuit, remain north of Runway 06/24 strip and cross Runway 02/20 strip as required.

  2. A sloping ground training area is situated adjacent to the northern windsock on the northwestern side of the aerodrome.

  3. All helicopter arrivals and departures shall enter/depart the ATZ not above 600 ft QNH unless otherwise authorised and request specific clearance to cross any runway strip.

  4. Helicopters should avoid overflying built up areas that are adjacent to the arrival/departure routes and should not fly along the river from the harbour entrance, but shall remain on the coast to the southeastern corner entry route of the aerodrome.

  5. Confined helicopter training area (HTA 'Q') is situated NNW of HTA 'W'. Not to be used by solo/student pilots.

6  Use of Runways
  1. More than one runway may be in use at any one time.

  2. Runway 02/20 will always be preferred subject to operational limitations. Aircraft departing Runway 20 should avoid overflying as much of the built up areas to the south as is practical.

  3. Circuit heights are 1100 ft aal for all runways.

  4. Variable circuits at discretion of ATC.

  5. Unless otherwise instructed aircraft joining the circuit will overfly the aerodrome maintaining 2000 ft aal, until instructed to descend to circuit height on the inactive (dead) side of the runway in use and join the circuit by crossing the upwind end. Pilots should note that there would frequently be helicopters operating both ‘liveside’ and ‘deadside’ in the ATZ up to 600 ft.

  6. Aircraft joining direct to the crosswind leg should arrange their flight to track over the upwind end of the runway-in-use, ie in the same position as if approaching it from the ‘deadside’. Unless otherwise instructed, this should be at circuit height.

  7. Departing aircraft shall not turn on course below 600 ft QNH unless approved by ATC.

  8. All fixed wing aircraft should be aware of helicopters operating live side and dead side beneath the fixed wing circuit patterns.

  9. Departing aircraft, and aircraft going around, should be aware of the possibility of aircraft on the crosswind leg at 1100 ft QFE.

  10. PAPIs are to be used for Runway 02/20 asphalt only, not for grass 02/20.

  11. The Runways 02/20 asphalt and 02/20 grass are operated as a single runway strip. No simultaneous parallel approaches or departures are permitted.

7  Training
  1. Circuit training (fixed-wing & rotary) is not permitted Sundays. It is permitted Mondays 1000-2000 (0900-1900) and Tuesday-Saturday 1000-1800 (0900-1700).

  2. Runways 02/20 grass and 13/31 are not available for touch and go landing.

  3. Only Runways 02 and 31 may be used for practice engine failure after take-off.

  4. Instrument training for residents and visitors is strictly PPR.

  5. Qualifying cross country flights are strictly PPR.

EGKA  AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

  1. Noise abatement techniques should be practiced at all times, the area to the east and west being particularly sensitive.

  2. Aircraft departing Runway 20 should make a 10 degree turn to the right on reaching the railway line. This track should be maintained until reaching the coast before turning left or right on course.

  3. Runway 02/20 will be the preferred runway for noise abatement purposes.

  4. Ground engine runs should not be performed adjacent to buildings, re-fuelling areas or on the concrete apron. These will normally be performed on Taxiway B, 'C' Loop or the Northern Loop. All ground runs are logged for noise abatement purposes by ATS.

  5. Extensive helicopter tracking details should not be completed adjacent to buildings.

  6. Extended helicopter operations at Runway 24 numbers and HTA 'E' are to be avoided unless a strong easterly wind prevails.

EGKA  AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1  Radio Communication Failure Procedures
  1. In the event of an aircraft experiencing a radio failure during daytime, an aircraft should join overhead the aerodrome, fit into the traffic pattern and overfly the runway in use at 500 ft before positioning for landing.

2  Instrument Approach Procedures
  1. Instrument Approach Procedures (IAP) for this aerodrome are established outside controlled airspace. See ENR 1.5.

3  ATS Services
  1. Approach service may not be available every day.

4  Visual Reference Points (VRP)
  1. Visual Reference Points are established for use by aerodrome and enroute traffic as follows:

    VRP

    Co-ordinates

    Brighton Marina

    504839N 0000603W

    Lewes Intersection (A27(T)/A26)

    505152N 0000127E

    Littlehampton

    504846N 0003247W

    Washington Intersection (A24/A283)

    505434N 0002428W

EGKA  AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Not applicable

EGKA  AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

AERODROME CHART - ICAO

AD 2.EGKA-2-1

HELICOPTER ROUTES AND CIRCUIT PATTERNS

AD 2.EGKA-4-1

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART RNAV (GNSS) RWY 02 (CAT A,B) - ICAO

AD 2.EGKA-8-1

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART RNAV (GNSS) RWY 20 (CAT A,B) - ICAO

AD 2.EGKA-8-2

INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE CODING TABLES RNAV (GNSS) RWY 02

AD 2.EGKA-8-3

INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE CODING TABLES RNAV (GNSS) RWY 20

AD 2.EGKA-8-4