EGPN  —  DUNDEE

EGPN  AD 2.1  AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EGPN  —  DUNDEE

EGPN  AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

Lat: 562709N Long: 0030133W

Mid point of Runway 09/27

2

Direction and distance from city

0.5 NM S of Dundee.

3

Elevation / Reference temperature / Mean Low Temperature

17 FT / 16 °C / -

4

Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN

169 FT

5

Magnetic Variation / Annual Change

1.14°W (2022) / 0.22°E

6

AD Administration

DUNDEE AIRPORT LTD

 

Address

Dundee Airport, Riverside Drive, Dundee, DD2 1UH.

 

Telephone

01382-643242 (General Enquiries)

01382-662220 (ATC)

01382-662233 (Fuel)

01382-662200 (Administration and Ground Handling)

01382-662222 (ATIS)

 

Telefax

01382-641263 (Flight notifications, Customs and Immigration)

01382-662221 (ATC)

7

Type of Traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR/VFR

8

Remarks

EGPN  AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD Administration

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945).

2Customs and immigration

Prior notice required

3Health and sanitation

4AIS Briefing Office

As AD hours.

5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)

Via ATC.

6MET Briefing Office

Via ATC.

7ATS

As AD hours. See also AD 2.18.

8Fuelling

As AD hours.

9Handling

As AD hours.

10Security

H24

11De-icing

As AD hours.

12Remarks

This Aerodrome is PPR. Light Aircraft by phone to ATC, all others by Fax to Flight Notifications or by email to InfoDundee@HIAL.co.uk.

EGPN  AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo handling facilities

Limited. Prior notice required.

2Fuel and oil types

AVTUR JET A-1, AVGAS 100LL

W50, W80, W100

3Fuelling facilities/capacity

AVTUR JET A-1: 110,000 lt bulk tank, 17,000 lt mobile bowser. AVGAS 100LL: 38,000 lt bulk tank. Fixed Refuelling Point. AVGAS refuelling of helicopters only available if wheel equipped. Rotors-running refuelling (AVTUR Jet A1) of helicopters is available but restricted to pressure fed refuelling only.

4De-icing facilities

Mobile aircraft de-icing rig.

5Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Limited

6Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Limited

7Remarks

Dundee Handling will co-ordinate all Public Transport flights.
AVGAS 100LL refuelling available through Tayside Aviation Ltd, 01382-644372. Available 0900-1700 (0800-1600). Out of hours by arrangement.

EGPN  AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1Hotels

750 meters. Five within 2 km.

2Restaurants

Snackbar in terminal. Licensed restaurant 200 M west of aerodrome entrance.

3Transportation

Taxis and car hire. Nearest railway station Dundee 3 km.

4Medical facilities

First aid treatment.

5Bank and Post Office 
6Tourist Office

In Terminal.

7Remarks 

EGPN  AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1

AD category for fire fighting services

RFF Category A4

RFF Category 3: Sat 1130-1600 (1030-1500).RFF Category 5 accepted under remission.RFF Category 6 available on request.

2

Rescue equipment

Water and mud rescue facilities are available for Runways 09/27 during normal published hours of operation, subject to serviceability of equipment, at times when the weather conditions and sea state are conducive to such rescue operation.

3

Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

Arrangements are in place with an off site contractor. Lifting capability 20 tonnes.

4

Remarks

 

EGPN  AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1

Type of clearing equipment

Mechanical, Chemical de-icing.

2

Clearance priorities

Runway 09/27, Taxiway A, Taxiway B, Apron, Taxiway D, Taxiway E.

3

Remarks

Runway surface conditions during winter weather is reported giving details of the type, depth and extent of contamination for each third of the runway. Up to date information on Runway surface conditions can be obtained from ATC on 01382-662220.

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

1

Apron surface and strength

MAIN APRON

Surface: Macadam

PCN 27/F/C/Y/T

WESTERN APRON

Surface: Macadam

PCN 23/F/C/Y/T

2

Taxiway width, surface and strength

Taxiway A: 15 M

Surface: Macadam

PCN 23/F/C/Y/T

  

Taxiway B: 15 M

Surface: Macadam

PCN 16/F/C/Y/T

  

Taxiway C: 10.5 M

Surface: Macadam

  

Taxiway D: 10.5 M

Surface: Macadam

PCN 12/F/C/Y/T

  

Taxiway E: 10.5 M

Surface: Macadam

PCN 12/F/C/Y/T

3

Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Stand 1: 14 FT - Stand 2: 13 FT

4

VOR checkpoints

 
5

INS checkpoints

See Aerodrome Chart.

6

Remarks

Pedestrian access between the airport terminal complex and the Western apron(located on the north side of Taxiway C) is by means of a marked footpath which can be found located to the rear of the parking area. Aircrew are reminded that access to and from this area is not permitted via the active taxiways.

EGPN  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

Stands 1 and 2 marked for self manoeuvring with marshallers assistance. Stand 1 has two power back/push back stands for Fairchild Dornier 328 aircraft or fuselage length less than 23 M by arrangement.

2

Runway and taxiway markings and lighting

Runway marking aid(s):

09/27: Runway designators, centre-line and threshold markings on both runways.

  

Runway light(s):

Runway guard lights at Holding Point A and B.

3

Stop bars and runway guard lights (if any)

 
4

Other runway protection measures

 
5

Remarks

 

EGPN  AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Approach/Take-off areas
Obstacle ID/ DesignationObstacle
Type
Obstacle
Position
Elevation/HeightObstruction
Lighting Type/Colour
Remarks
123456
(EGPN11803) 09/APPROACH 27/TAKE-OFF

TREE

562735.61N 0031204.92W 659 FT 

No

 
(EGPN1075) 09/APPROACH 27/TAKE-OFF

PYLON

562732.54N 0030742.62W 296 FT 

No

 
(EGPN6062) 27/APPROACH 09/TAKE-OFF

CHIMNEY

562714.42N 0025937.20W 105 FT 

No

 
(EGPN9201) 27/APPROACH 09/TAKE-OFF

WINDSOCK

562705.65N 0030100.14W 38 FT 

Yes

 
(EGPN9908) 27/APPROACH 09/TAKE-OFF

TREE

562648.30N 0025418.42W 417 FT 

No

 
In circling area and at aerodrome
Obstacle ID/ DesignationObstacle
Type
Obstacle
Position
Elevation/HeightObstruction
Lighting Type/Colour
Remarks
123456
(EGPN6095)

PYLON

562926.85N 0030344.99W 595 FT 

No

 
(EGPN10050)

CHIMNEY

562821.89N 0030012.26W 578 FT 

No

 
(EGPN12853)

MAST

562812.99N 0025921.95W 665 FT 

Yes

 
(EGPN6029)

WATER_TOWER

562804.63N 0030136.99W 451 FT 

No

 
(EGPN13507)

MOBILE OIL RIG

562755.11N 0025536.90W 540 FT 

Yes

Red

 
(EGPN6023)

BUILDING

562753.72N 0030045.29W 518 FT 

No

 
(EGPN7052)

CHIMNEY

562745.46N 0030202.96W 377 FT 

No

 
(EGPN6004)

BUILDING

562728.57N 0025909.15W 220 FT 

No

 
(EGPN10056)

SPIRE

562722.69N 0025943.66W 234 FT 

No

 

EGPN  AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1

Associated MET Office

MET OFFICE ABERDEEN
2

Hours of service

MET Office outside hour

H24

3

Office responsible for TAF preparation

Periods of validity

MET OFFICE ABERDEEN

9 hours.

4

Trend forecast

Interval of issuance

TAFs, METARs.

TAFs 3 hours. METARs 30 minutes.

5

Briefing/consultation provided

Self briefing.

6

Flight documentation

Language(s) used

On request.

English

7

Charts and other information available for briefing or

consultation

Upper wind/temperature - Significant weather.

8

Supplementary equipment available for providing information

 
9

ATS units provided with information

 
10

Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

METAR information available by ATIS on Telephone: 01382-662222

EGPN  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

09

090.51°

1400 x 30 M

RWY surface: Asphalt, Grooved

PCN 30/F/C/Y/T

SWY surface: Asphalt, Grooved

PCN 30/F/C/Y/T

562708.88N 0030213.85W

169 FT

THR 17 FT

 

27

270.53°

1400 x 30 M

RWY surface: Asphalt, Grooved

PCN 30/F/C/Y/T

SWY surface: Asphalt, Grooved

PCN 30/F/C/Y/T

562708.47N 0030052.10W

169 FT

THR 14 FT

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

81 x - M

170 x 150 M

1520 x 80 M

   

RWY 09

Strip Dimensions: 1520 x 150 M

81 x - M

212 x 150 M

1520 x 80 M

   

RWY 27

Strip Dimensions: 1520 x 80 M

EGPN  AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

Runway designator

TORA

TODA

ASDA

LDA

Remarks

123456

09

1319 M 1319 M 1400 M 1400 M 

27

1319 M 1319 M 1400 M 1400 M 

EGPN  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

09

Uni-directional simple approach with two crossbars.

375 M

Light intensity high

Green

Light intensity high

Elevated with HI elevated green wingbars

PAPI

Left/3°

46 FT

285 M

  

HI elevated bi-directional with LI omni-directional component.
White with end 360 M yellow 'caution zone'.

Elevated

Red

  

27

 

Green

Light intensity high

Elevated

PAPI

Left/3.75°

41 FT

205 M

  

HI elevated bi-directional with LI omni-directional component.
White with end 360 M yellow 'caution zone'.

Elevated

Red

  

EGPN  AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1

ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation

 
2

LDI location and lighting

Anemometer location and lighting

Anemometer: 562705.67N 0030059.56W - 562705.58N 0030213.66W - 562705.65N 0030100.14W - 562705.59N 0030212.56W

3

TWY edge and centre line lighting

EDGE: Apron and Taxiways A, B, D and E blue edge lights. Taxiway C unlit. Only available daylight with ATC approval.

4

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Standby Generator/10 seconds.

5

Remarks

 

EGPN  AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

EGPN  AD 2.17  AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AIRSPACE

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

DUNDEE ATZ

A circle, 2 NM radius, centred at 562709N 0030133W on longest notified runway (09/27)

Upper limit: 2000 FT

Lower limit: SFC

G

DUNDEE APPROACH

English

3000 FT

 

Because of operational difficulties caused by the siting of the ATC facility, flight in the ATZ to the North of Runway 09/27, and the extended centre-line, is not normally permitted.

EGPN  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

DUNDEE APPROACH

122.905 MHz

DOC 25 NM/10,000 FT

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

ATZ hours coincident with Approach hours, but not by arrangement.

VDF
562705.80N 0030135.80W

TWR

DUNDEE TOWER

122.905 MHz

DOC 25 NM/10,000 FT.

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

VDF
562705.80N 0030135.80W

ATIS

DUNDEE INFORMATION

119.330 MHz

DOC 60 NM/20,000 FT

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

 

OTHER

DUNDEE RESCUE

121.600 MHz

Non-ATS frequency.

Available when Fire vehicle attending aircraft on the ground in an emergency.

 

EGPN  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

ILS/LLZ

I

1.13°W (2022)

IDDE

108.100 MHz

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

562708.42N 0030042.63W

 

(RWY 09)

ILS/GP

IDDE

334.700 MHz

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

562712.04N 0030159.49W

 

(RWY 09)
3° ILS Ref Datum Hgt 41 FT.
Quality of GP guidance is not suitable for coupled approaches below 200 FT.
Due to terrain, LOC and GP flag alarms may be experienced at northern edge of coverage when below glidepath sector.
Full scale fly-up indications may not be maintained when left of centre-line and below GP.

NDB (L)

1.18°W (2022)

DND

394.000 kHz

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

562718.24N 0030653.73W

Range 25 NM.
Off aerodrome 2.6 NM from Runway 09 Threshold.

ILS/DME

IDDE

18X

108.100 MHz

Mon-Fri 0645-2045 (0545-1945); Sat 0900-1600 (0800-1500); Sun 0900-2045 (0800-1945) and by arrangement.

562705.76N 0030133.03W

31 FT

(RWY 09)
On AD.
Zero range is indicated at THR of Runway 09 and 27.
Due to terrain effects, the DME may unlock in the sector 035 to 057 MAG.

EGPN  AD 2.20  LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1  Aerodrome Regulations
  1. All training flights are strictly PPR. For full conditions see section 7 Training.

  2. This aerodrome is not available for aircraft not able to communicate with ATC by radio.

  3. Because of rising high ground and a dense urban area, the view to the north from the ATC VCR is restricted. Local aircraft movements to the north of the aerodrome are restricted.

  4. Use of Dundee aerodrome is subject to standard Terms and Conditions of Use, which can be requested from the aerodrome or found at www.hial.co.uk.

  5. Operating crew are responsible for ensuring that their aircraft when parked and unattended at Dundee Airport are appropriately secured and sealed in line with operator’s security requirements. In addition, operating crew are also responsible for carrying out the appropriate level of security checks when returning to their aircraft to meet security regulatory requirements.

2  Ground Movement
  1. Park as instructed by ATC, usually under marshaller guidance.

  2. Light aircraft are to self-manoeuvre for grass parking, according to ATC instructions.

  3. Light aircraft visiting pilots shall be directed to the eastern light aircraft park (Tayside Aviation).

  4. Start-up requests are mandatory for all aircraft parked on the Main and Western Aprons.

  5. Aircrew are to wear high visibility jackets whilst on the aprons and movement areas.

3  CAT II/III Operations

Not applicable.

4  Warnings
  1. Aerodrome is in the vicinity of Leuchars MATZ.

  2. Because of the surrounding open spaces and tidal mud flats adjacent to the aerodrome, birds are a constant hazard at Dundee. At high tide Waders tend to roost on grass areas of the aerodrome. Throughout most of the year the hazard is moderate but may become severe at short notice when large concentrations of migratory birds pass throughout the area.

  3. Taxiway Charlie is restricted to aircraft with weight of 5700 KG or less. The width of this taxiway is 10.5 M with asphalt surface.

  4. Caution - Runway 09 GP Mast (Lgtd) (15 M AGL - 100 M north of Runway 09 threshold area) infringes the 1:10 obstacle protected surface projected from the runway centre-line.

  5. Due to the constraints of the circuit, TCAS equipped aircraft should be aware that there is an increased chance of TCAS events occurring whilst joining or flying within the visual circuit.

  6. Bird scaring takes place regularly.

  7. Pilots are warned of helicopter activity in and out of Ninewells Hospital helipad situated just north of the 09 threshold (345°T, 0.6 NM).

  8. Pilots are warned that unauthorised ground based laser lights have been directed towards aircraft in the vicinity of the aerodrome. All incidents should be reported immediately via the Tower to the Airport Authority.

  9. Mobile jack up oil rigs are serviced at Prince Charles Wharf (562755.11N 0025536.90W) maximum height 540 FT AMSL and display red obstruction lights. The number of rigs at this location can vary up to a maximum of three vessels.

  10. Parachute activity may take place at Errol Aerodrome (562418N 0031055W, 6 NM SW of Dundee ARP) normally during daylight hours Wed-Sun and PH. The Dundee ATIS will include a warning when activity has been notified. Aircrew are advised to remain well clear of the drop zone when notified as active and will be provided with deconfliction advice by Dundee ATC when required or requested.

  11. Pilots are to be aware of possible turbulence on both runways when the wind has a northerly component in excess of 10 KTS.

5  Helicopter Operations

Not applicable.

6  Use of Runways

Not applicable.

7  Training
  1. All training is subject to prior notification.

  2. All Instrument training is subject to prior booking with Air Traffic Control Tel: 01382-662220. The filing of a flight plan with intention to conduct instrument training does not constitute prior notification or booking. Failing to make a booking may result in aircraft being refused use of the facilities.

  3. Instrument training slots may be reserved up to 24 hours ahead of intended operation however bookings must be confirmed prior to departure.

  4. Operators intending to follow a programme of training flights should obtain prior approval from ATC via the Duty ATCO, Tel: 01382-662220.

EGPN  AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

  1. Pilots should avoid overflying Nine-Wells Hospital (1.2 nm bearing 306°T from the aerodrome).

  2. Helicopters should avoid overflying the Docks area below 800 ft amsl.

EGPN  AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1  Circuits
  1. Circuit directions: Runway 09 - RH; Runway 27 - LH. Remain South of the Runway at all times.

  2. Circuit Height: 1000 ft aal unless otherwise directed by ATC.

  3. Circuits are to be flown in such a manner as to avoid flight over built up areas in the vicinity of the airport whenever practicable.

2  Departures
  1. To reduce conflict with traffic operating within the Leuchars MATZ, ATC may instruct VFR aircraft departing to the east to remain at not above 1000 ft amsl until passing Broughty Castle northbound.

  2. Jet and Turbine aircraft departing to the north are required to either climb straight ahead to 2000 ft before setting course or are to turn south off runway heading and set course overhead not below 2000 ft. ATC will advise the preferred option dependent on the traffic situation at the time.

  3. Unless otherwise directed by ATC, VFR departures to the east from Runway 27 and VFR departures to the west from Runway 09 will be expected to depart the circuit from the end of the down-wind leg. The down-wind leg in both instances is south of the midpoint of the Firth of Tay.

  4. To reduce traffic confliction, VFR departures to the east from Runway 27 should leave the down-wind leg and follow the south bank of the Firth of Tay towards the estuary mouth and only turn north after passing abeam Broughty Castle VRP.

  5. If for any reason flight over water is undesirable, inform ATC and an alternative routing may be offered, subject to traffic, which reduces or removes the need to overfly the Firth of Tay.

3  Arrivals
  1. Unless otherwise directed by ATC, IFR flights conducting a visual approach to either runway should expect to descend not below 2000 ft until directed by ATC and anticipate establishing on final approach no closer than 4 miles from touch-down.

  2. Pilots of inbound IFR aircraft shall acknowledge receipt of the Transition Level on first contact with Dundee ATSU. The Transition Level will be broadcast on ATIS.

4  Missed Approach Procedure
  1. EG D604 is 7 NM east of Dundee ARP. If it appears likely that during the standard missed approach, low performance aircraft will infringe EG D604 then such aircraft should turn right at I-DDE DME 4 onto track 137°M and climb to 2000 (1983) FT before turning right to return to NDB(L) DND at 3000 FT. Pilots should advise ATC on turning onto 137°M and expect to change to Leuchars Approach when instructed for radar assistance.

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

  2. NDB(L) and DME I-DDE are not co-located.

  3. The Category C instrument approach procedure to Dundee Airport infringes the Perth ATZ (when active) at 1800 ft above Perth aerodrome elevation.

6  Visual Reference Points (VRP)
  1. A Visual Reference Point is established for use by aerodrome and en-route traffic as follows:

    VRP

    Co-ordinates

    Broughty Castle

    562745N 0025211W.

EGPN  AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Not applicable.

EGPN  AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

AERODROME CHART - ICAO

AD 2-EGPN-2-1

VFR ARRIVAL and DEPARTURE ROUTES

AD 2-EGPN-4-1

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART ILS/DME RWY 09 (CAT A,B,C) - ICAO

AD 2-EGPN-8-1

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART LOC/DME RWY 09 (CAT A,B,C) - ICAO

AD 2-EGPN-8-2

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART RNP RWY 09 (CAT A,B,C) - ICAO

AD 2-EGPN-8-3

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART NDB(L)/DME RWY 09 (CAT A,B,C) - ICAO

AD 2-EGPN-8-4

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART RNP RWY 27 (CAT A,B,C) - ICAO

AD 2-EGPN-8-5

INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE CODING TABLES - RNP RWY 09

AD 2-EGPN-8-6

SBAS FAS DATA BLOCK CODING DATA - RNP RWY 09

AD 2-EGPN-8-7

INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURE CODING TABLES - RNP RWY 27

AD 2-EGPN-8-8

SBAS FAS DATA BLOCK CODING DATA - RNP RWY 27

AD 2-EGPN-8-9