REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION DIRECTORATE OF AIR NAVIGATION SUB DIRECTORATE MANAGEMENT OF AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION Jl. Medan Merdeka Barat No. 8 Gedung Karya Lt. 7 Jakarta 10110 or P.O.Box 3109/JKT, Jakarta 10000 Email :aim@dephub.go.id, support@aimindonesia.info Web : http://www.aimindonesia.info/

AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT
Nr : 03 / 13 30 MAY 13

Phone/ Fax : 62 21 3507603 Telegraphic Address

AFS

: WRRRYNYX

THE OPERATION OF NEW AERODROME KUALANAMU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT- MEDAN ASSOCIATED WITH THE ATS AIRSPACE AND FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1.

Introduction New aerodrome Kualanamu International Airport are completely

constructed by phase I with runway number designation 05/23, this new aerodrome is located 15 NM North East (NE) of Polonia Airport, those contiguous airports are impacted each other to these airports operation. When the new aerodrome Kualanamu be operated that Polonia airport is not intended to close in hence that the flight procedures of Polonia Airport are revised and be published under separate AIP Supplement publication.

2.

This AIRAC AIP Supplement is to supersede and cancel the AIC number 04/08 dated 17 September 2008, the other AIC coming for issuing information regarding another runway parallel development.

3.

The Operation Procedures and changes 3.1 As from 25 July 2013 at 00.01 UTC all incoming and outgoing aircraft to Medan will use Kualanamu International Airport, in order

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to achieve safety and to maintain an orderly flow of air traffic, Polonia Airport Medan shall not be used for schedule and unschedule commercial and civil flight. Aircraft flight destination Polonia-Medan which intend to remain over night at Polonia must regulate the schedule and accord to the line of the Polonia Airport operation function as an air force base. 3.2 The ATS airspace boundary for Medan Terminal Area (TMA) is not changed, and due to geographically Kualanamu International

Airport and Polonia airport are contiguous, Medan Control Zone (CTR) is redefined and will be centered at “DES” VOR/DME with radius 40 NM lateral limit from Surface (SFC) to FL120, Aerodrome Traffic Zone (ATZ) boundaries of Kualanamu and Polonia airport are not defined. 3.3 The ATS Routes segmentation which use “MDN” VOR/DME are not changed and still used for En Route until any further realignment. 3.4 Kualanamu International Airport will take over the functions of AMS Sub Centre of Polonia airport and will use the location indicator WIMM as its AFTN address for receiving and sending messages, the status of location Indicator of Polonia Airport will changed as a tributary address by using WIMK.

a. Kualanamu International Airport with specified units address as follows : Aerodrome AIS Unit Aerodrome Control Tower Unit Approach Control Unit Meteorological Station Unit : WIMMYOYW : WIMMZTZW : WIMMZAZW : WIMMYMYW

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b. Polonia Airport with specified units address as follows: Aerodrome AIS Unit Aerodrome Control Tower Unit Terminal Control Unit Meteorological Station Unit : WIMKYOYW : WIMKZTZW : WIMKZLZW : WIMKYMYW

4.

The new aerodrome data and Charts related to Aerodrome layout, Ground Movement, Radar Minimum Altitude and Flight Procedures are depicted on the attachments of this AIRAC AIP Supplement as follows: Attachment A, Aerodrome Data (A1 to A36) Attachment B, Aerodrome Chart; Attachment C, Aircraft Parking / Docking Chart; Attachment D1 to D4, Aerodrome Ground Movement Charts; Attachment E1 & E2, SID RWY 05 & RWY 23; Attachment F1 & F2, STAR RWY 05 & RWY 23; Attachment G, Radar Minimum Altitude Chart – ICAO; Attachment H1, IAP VOR/DME RWY 05; Attachment H2, IAP VOR/DME RWY 23; Attachment H3, IAP ILS RWY 05; Attachment H4, IAP ILS RWY 23; Attachment I, Fuel Dumping Procedure Chart;

5.

Any changes to the information content on this AIRAC AIP Supplement will be notified through NOTAM or superseded by other AIP Supplement.

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AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WIMM AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME
WIMM – MEDAN / Kualanamu Internasional

Attachment “A1”

WIMM AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
ARP Coordinates and Site at AD……….……. Direction and Distance From (City)………….. Elevation / Reference Temperature…………. MAG VAR / Annual Change………………….. AD Administration……………………………… Address…………………………………………. 03˚ 38’ 32” N 098˚ 53’ 07” E 23,78 km North East From Medan City 23 ft / 32 º C 1º West PT. Angkasa Pura II (Persero) Kualanamu International Airport Kec.Beringin, Lubuk Pakam Post Code 20552 (+62) 61 88880300 (+62) 61 88880301 Reserved Reserved WIMMYOYW IFR and VFR Instrument rwy cat.I Website : Reserved MON – FRI H24 H24 H24 H24 H24 H24 H24 H24 H24 NA NA : 01.00 – 10.00

Telephone………………………………………. Telefax…………………………………………... Telex…………………………………………….. E-mail............................................................ AFTN……………………………………………. Type of Traffic Permitted……………………… Type of rwy Remarks…………………………………………

WIMM AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS
AD Administration……………………………… Custom and Immigration……………………… Health and Sanitation…………………………. AIS Briefing Office…………………………….. ATS Reporting Office………………………….. MET Briefing Office……………………………. ATS……………………………………………… Fuelling………………………………………….. Handling………………………………………… Security…………………………………………. De-Icing…………………………………………. Remarks…………………………………………

WIMM AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICE AND FACILITIES
Cargo Handling Facilities……………………… Warehouse with advance storage, stacker material, pallet container handling system (PHCS), handling service are provided by: - PT. Gapura Angkasa - PT. Jasa Angkasa Semesta - PT. NATS Nusantara - PT.Jasa Karya Semesta - PT. Dharma Bandar Mandala - PT. Raya Utama Logistik - PT. Prima Sakti Indo - PT. Prathita Titian Nusantara
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Attachment “A2”
- PT. Wawasan Berjaya

Fuel / Oil / Type………………………………… AVTUR 50/Jet A1 , AVGAS and Oil ASW 100, Fuelling Facilities / Capacity…………………. Fuel Tank Capacity, Hydrant Pit, . Dispenser and Fuel Truck 72 million Liters De-Icing Facilities………………………........... Not Available Hangar Space for Visiting Aircraft.….……….. Not Available Repair Facilities for Visiting Aircraft................ For minor repairing Remarks………………………………………… All requests for ACFT marshalling should be directed to the airlines or ground handling agent except for non handling agent flight service by AMC (Apron Movement Control)

WIMM AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES
Hotels…………………………………………… Restaurant…………………………………….... Transportation…………………………............ Medical Facilities…………………….………… Available in Medan City. Available at the Airport. Taxi, Bus, Train and Rent Car.

Bank and Post Office……………….………… Available at the airport. Tourist Office…………………………………… Available at the Airport Remarks………………………………………… NIL

H 24 Airport Health Service, Patar Asih Hospital (3 km).

WIMM AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING
AD Category for Fire Fighting…….................. Category IX Rescue Equipment………………….…………. 4 units Foam Tender Type I, 1 unit Rapid Intervention Vehicle, 1 unit Command Car 3 units Ambulance. Trainned Personel 96 persons Capability For Removal of Disabled Aircraft…………………………………….…….. 1 unit Salvage Equipment Remarks………………………………………… Nil

WIMM AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY CLEARING
Type Of Clearing Equipment…………………. RWY Sweeper 2 units Grass car mower 5 units Rubber Deposit Removal 1 unit Clearance…………………………………... …. 1) Runway 2) Taxiway 3) Apron Remarks………………………………………… Nil
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40 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 328.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A3” WIMM AD 2.8 APRONS.5 m x 36. TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATION DATA APRON SURFACE AND STRENGTH APRON Victor Surface Strength Dimension APRON Whisky Surface Strength Dimension APRON Yankee Surface Strength Dimension = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 205 m x 216 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 166 m x 700 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 205 m x 216 m TAXIWAY WIDTH. AND STRENGTH TWY ALPHA (A) (Parallel) Surface Strength Dimension TWY BRAVO (B) (Parallel) Surface Strength Dimension TWY CHARLIE (C) Surface Strength Dimension TWY DELTA (D) Surface Strength Dimension TWY ECHO (E) Surface Strength Dimension TWY GOLF (G) Surface Strength Dimension Directorate General of Civil Aviation = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 3750 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 2000 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 132.25 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 348.91 m x 30.06 m x 30.41 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 328.91 m x 30 m Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . SURFACE.

5 m x 41.71 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 70 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 70 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 70 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 70 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 70 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 220 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 700 m x 30 m Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 TWY HOTEL (H) Surface Strength Dimension TWY SIERRA (S) Surface Strength Dimension TWY TANGO (T) Surface Strength Dimension TWY A1 Surface Strength Dimension TWY A2 Surface Strength Dimension TWY A3 Surface Strength Dimension TWY A4 Surface Strength Dimension TWY A5 Surface Strength Dimension TWY Apron Victor Surface Strength Dimension TWY Apron Whiskey Surface Strength Dimension Directorate General of Civil Aviation Attachment “A4” = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 132.25 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 937 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 465.

...AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 TWY Apron Yankee Surface Strength Dimension TWY Uniform (U) Surface Strength Dimension TWY Zulu (Z) Surface Strength Dimension = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 220 m x 30 m Attachment “A5” = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 198 m x 30 m = Concrete = PCN 109 R/C/W/T = 98 m x 30 m ACL Location and Elevation…………………. TDZ.. RTIL..400 meter from TDZ rwy 05 Remarks………………………………………… NIL WIMM AD 2........ Centerline... RWY edge. Available Remarks…………………………………………. RWY TWY Marking : Centerline. Fixed distance marking. TWY holding position. Aiming Point RWY LGT : THR. NIL DES VOR ………………….. 1... TWY Guide Lines and Visual Docking / Parking Guidance System of Aircraft Stands……………………………………......... Side Strip TWY LIGHT : Available Stop Bars……………………………………….10 AERODROME OBSTACLE Reserved Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .… NIL WIMM AD 2. Nose Wheel Guidelines at Apron RWY and TWY Marking and LGT……………….. Side Stripe.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKING Use of Aircraft ID Sign.. Centerline. RWY end.....….. RWY Marking : RWY designation. THR.

Climatology and Geophysical Station Medan Kualanamu Hours of Service / Met Office Outside Hours..….12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS 1 2 3 4 5 6 Designations RWY NR True BRG Dimension of RWY Strength (PCN) and Surface of RWY and SWY THR Coordinates THR Elevation and Highest Elevation of TDZ of Precision APP RWY 23 ft 05 045º 3750 x 60 m 71 F/B/W/T Asphalt Concrete 03 37 33.... Climatology and Geophysical Station Medan Kualanamu Trend Forecasts & Interval Issuance…….86 E 20 ft Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . APP and Aerodrome AIS Unit Additional Information (Limitation of Service etc.... Weather Radar and AWOS ATS Units Provided With Information……..… TREND–every hours 0300-1500 of issuance Briefing / Consultation Provided……………… Personal consultation Flight Documentation .24 N 098 51 30..44 N 098 52 56..11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED Attachment “A6” Associated Met Office……………………. and QAM Supplementary Equipment Available for Providing Information………………………….. TWR..AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WIMM AD 2.Language Used….. H 24 Office Responsible for TAF Preparation Period of Validity………………………………. AD Meteorological. Satellite.96 E 23 225º 03 38 59... AD Meteorological.. H 24 WIMM AD 2.)……………………………………. Chart – English Charts and Other Information Available for Briefing or Consultation……………………… Photo Satellite..

1 High Intensity 900 m SQFL 3 THR LGT Color WBAR 4 VASIS (MEHT) PAPI PAPI (3o) 5 TDZ LGT LEN Green NIL 23 Green PAPI (3o) NIL Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .5%) Longitudinal Slope (0.023%) Attachment “A7” 9 CWY Dimension 300 x 300 m 3990 x 300 m 8 SWY Dimension 60 x 60 m 10 Strip Dimension 11 OFZ NIL 12 Remarks 60 x 60 m 300 x 300 m NIL RESA Dimension 180m x120m (both of RWY) WIMM AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES 1 2 3 4 5 RWY Designator 05 TORA 3750 m TODA 4050 m ASDA 3810 m LDA 3750 m 23 3750 m 4050 m 3810 m 3750 m WIMM AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING 1 RWY Designator 05 2 APCH LIGHT Type LEN PALS Cat.1 High Intensity 900 m SQFL PALS Cat.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 7 Slope of RWY .NR Transverse Slope (1.

Yellow NIL NIL WIMM AD 2. 4. Characteristic and Hours Operation.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 6 RWY Centerline LGT Length Spacing Color Red .15 OTHER LIGHTING.Clear Clear . SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY 1. 3.Red Yellow .Clear Clear .Clear Clear .Clear Clear . Threshold R/W End High Intensity Comb.Clear Clear .Clear Clear .Yellow 10 Remarks High Intensity Comb. Available 2. Threshold R/W End NIL Red . ABN / lBN Location.Red Attachment “A8” 8 RWY End LGT Color WBAR 9 SWY LGT LEN (m) Color NIL 7 RWY Edge LGT LEN Spacing Color Yellow . LDI Location and LGT Anemometer Location and LGT TWY Edge and Center Line LGT Secondary Power Supply / Switch Over Time Rotating Beacon Light 24 flashes/ minutes on top of Tower. Remarks - Wind Direction Indicator (WDI): 2 units on 150 m fm RWY 05 and 23 Flood Light 30 units - Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .Clear Clear .Clear Clear . Available Genset: 1600 kVA : 2 units 2000 kVA : 5 units UPS: 30 kVA : 2 sets 120 kVA : 5 sets 330 kVA : 2 sets CCR: 4 kVA : 2 units 15 kVA : 7 units 25 kVA : 6 units 5.

Marking True Bearing and Magnetic Bearing Of FATO Declared Distance Available APP and FATO Lighting Remarks NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL NIL Attachment “A9” WIMM AD 2. 7.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA 1.000 ft / FL130 NIL Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . 4. Strength.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WIMM AD 2. 6.17 ATS AIRSPACE 1. 3. Surface. Vertical Limits Airspace Classification ATS Unit Call Sign/ Language(s) Transition Remarks SFC up to 12000 ft C Medan Director/English 11. 2. 6. 3. Designation and Lateral Limits MEDAN CTR : A circle with a radius of 40 NM centered at “DES” VOR/DME 2. Coordinates TLOF THR FATO TLOF and / or FATO Elevation (m / ft) TLOF and FATO Area Dimensions. 5. 5. 4.

5 MHz H24 Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . 5631. 8070 kHz H24 ATIS 126. 6595 kHz H-24 Medan Info (RDARA) 5631. 8957. 5188. 11366 kHz H-24 SSB Medan 4555.70 Mhz 120. 6595. 3416.85 MHz* H-24 In the vicinity of Aerodrome Ground Movement Control Kualanamu Ground 130.6 Mhz 120. 11305.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES 1 Service Designator APP 2 Call sign 1 Medan Director 2 3 Frequency 119.65 MHz* 4 Hours of Operation Attachment “A10” 5 Remarks 1 *Secondary H-24 TWR Kualanamu Tower 118.3 MHz 129. 5195.85 MHz* H-24 FSS Medan Info (MWARA) 3416. 6985.3 MHz H24 Emergency 121.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WIMM AD 2.

64 E DVOR/DME “DES” 0.91 N 098 51 06.16 E 03 37 08.18 N 098 52 51.14 N 098 53 03.3 MHz CH-30X H-24 H-24 H-24 H-24 H-24 IDEL 110.95 E 03 39 23.0 MHz 03 37 26.39 E GP RWY 23 MM RWY 05 MM RWY 23 330.59 N 098 50 59.68 E 03 39 06.9 MHz CH-46X 332.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS 1 Type of Aid and Category 2 ID 3 Frequency 4 Hours of Operat ion H-24 5 Site of Transmitting Antenna Coordinates Attachment “A11” 6 Elevation of DME transmittin g Antenna 7 Remarks DVOR/DME DES 112.41 E 03 38 55.60 N 098 53 20.28 E ILS Category I 03 37 42.96 E 03 37 29.7 NM fm THR RWY 05 ILS/LLZ RWY 05 ILS/DME RWY 05 ILS/LLZ RWY 23 ILS/DME RWY 23 GP RWY 05 IDES 109.8 MHz 75 MHz 75 MHz (1030 & 1090) MHz H-24 H-24 H-24 H-24 MM 1050 m from THR RWY 05/23 MSSR - Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .1 N 098 52 47.2 MHz/ CH-59X 03 37 01.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WIMM AD 2.32 N 098 51 24.93 N 098 51 35.

737 ER/NG B.20.50 N 03 38 16.49 N 03 38 05.98 E 098 52 56.80 E 1 W (Whisky) 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .737 ER/NG B.31 E 098 52 47.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A12” WIMM AD 2.95 N 03 38 07. 2.2 Aircraft type indication a) Confirm aircraft type displayed prior to turning into stand.737 ER/NG 03 38 19.737 ER/NG B.2 Aircraft Parking Stands and Coordinate.00 N 03 38 06.84 N 03 38 09.49 E 098 52 53.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS 2.1 Aerodrome Traffic Circuit Procedures Rwy 05 Right Hand Circuit.65 E 098 52 46.737 ER/NG B. b) Discontinue docking when marshaller aircraft not on the stand.72 N 03 38 11.737 ER/NG B747/A330/ B737 ER B747/A330/ B737 ER B747/A330/ B737 ER B747/A330/ B737 ER B. Aircraft Type can be parked as follows : No Name of Apron Aircraft Stand Number 11 12 13 14 15 Coordinates Type of Aircraft Latitude ( N ) B.67 N Longitude (E) 098 52 41.1 Airport regulation 2.83 N 03 38 15. Rwy 23 Left Hand Circuit 2.99 E 098 52 44.16 N 03 38 13.66 E 098 52 42.06 N 03 38 06.55 E 098 52 52.737 ER/NG B.37 E 098 52 55.84 N 03 38 18.74 E 098 52 49.78 N 03 38 10.89 N 03 38 08.20.20.1.20.737 ER/NG B.1.737 ER/NG B.68 E 098 52 50.62 E 098 52 51.43 E 098 52 54.

77 N 03 38 12.17 E 098 52 47.39 E 098 52 49 45 E 098 52 49.53 N 03 38 10. taxi holding positions all taxiways. Directorate General of Civil Aviation .737 ER/NG B.737 ER/NG B.71 N 03 38 13.48 N 03 38 11.11 E 098 52 48. 3.29 E 098 52 45.23 E 098 52 46.737 ER/NG B. Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 5.80 E Remark : 1.68 E 098 53 01.737 ER/NG B.737 ER/NG B.33 E 098 52 50.70 E 098 53 04.74 E 098 53 00.737 ER/NG B.35 E 098 53 00.65 N 03 38 08. Taxiing guidance sign at all intersection with TWY and RWY at all holding positions.737 ER/NG B. Guidance at apron nose-in. TWY guide lines and visual docking of Aircraft stands. 2.99 N 03 38 27.737 ER/NG B. Use of Aircraft ID sign.93 N 03 38 21.56 E 098 53 03.04 N 03 38 20. side stripe.82 N 03 38 12. Aircraft Parking Stand number 12 – 15 aviobridge available for B747 and A330.737 ER/NG B.66 N 03 38 14.59 N 03 38 09. 4.16 N 03 38 24.22 N 03 38 16.45 E 098 52 59.737 ER/NG B.11 N 03 38 25.737 ER/NG B.62 E 098 53 02.27 E 098 52 51.21 E 098 52 52. centerline. TWY destinations. TWY centerline.10 N 03 38 27. Marking Aids THR touchdown zone. Stop bars where appropriate.737 ER/NG B. 3. Aircraft Parking Stand number 26 – 33 aviobridge available for B737.60 N 03 38 15. apron guide lines for position of aircraft parking.63 E 098 52 56.737 ER/NG B. Distance security line apron taxiway : 42.51 E 098 52 58.737 ER/NG B.57 E 098 52 57.05 N 03 38 26.87 N 03 38 22. 2.737 ER/NG B.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 1 2 3 4 2 V (Victor) 5 6 7 8 9 10 16 17 18 19 3 Y (Yankee) 20 21 22 23 24 25 B.99 N 03 38 21.737 ER/NG B.70 N Attachment “A13” 098 52 53. VISUAL DOCKING PARKING AT AIRCRAFT STANDS 1.5 M for code letter E.737 ER/NG B.737 ER/NG B.737 ER/NG 03 38 23.737 ER/NG B.

When it becomes necessary to vary a procedure to expedite Aircraft movements. 4.6. 5.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 2.7 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back Pushback approved to facing North East till its nose wheel is at the face North East intersection of visual guidance aid. On being told by Kualanamu Tower that pushback is approved pilot shall coordinate with the ground crew for the start-up and pushback of the Aircraft. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 2.6.20. Aircraft shall be pushed back refer to the aircraft pushback procedure at the table below. Pilot shall seek confirmation from the ground crew and there is no hazard to this Aircraft starting up.6.3.3 Procedure for Start-Up and Pushback of Aircraft Attachment “A14” 1. The following table describes the procedure for the pushback of Aircraft from the various parking bays.7. APRON/ ACFT STANDS VICTOR/ 1 PUSHBACK PROCEDURES PHRASEOLOGY USED BY KUALANAMU GROUND Pushback and pull approved to face North East 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. equipment and other obstruction before the start-up or pushback of Aircraft commence. Kualanamu Tower will issue specific instructions to the pilot. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 1.8 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 VICTOR/ 2 . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 2. 2. When the pilot is ready for start-up and pushback.7 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. Pilot shall notify to Kualanamu Tower Controller that pilot is ready for pushback. 3. Ground movement procedures follow guidance line at own discretion until holding point Charlie or Hotel. Ground crew must ensure that the area behind and Aircraft is clear of vehicles.

8.8 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A15” Pushback approved to face South West VICTOR/ 3 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.5.7.9 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.4.9. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 3.7.8. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 2.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.4.9.5. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 3. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 1. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 2.10 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North East 2) 3) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.8.9 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West VICTOR/ 4 1) 2) 3) OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.7.8.10 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .6.3.

12.9.9.10.13 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South Eest till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 4. The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West VICTOR/ 6 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 VICTOR/ 5 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 1. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 1.2.2. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 4. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 4.9.12 The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A16” Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South Eest 2) 3) OR 1) 2) 3) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .11.10.10.7 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .7 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .11.

6.4.8.8 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 3.7. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 1.4.7.3.10 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .8. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 2.6.10 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback and pull approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .4.3. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 1.9 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .9 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West VICTOR/ 9 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 3.3.5.2.3.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 VICTOR/ 7 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .8 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A17” Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West VICTOR/ 8 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .2.5. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 2.4.

9.13 (except for 12. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 4. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 4.9.12.22 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .11.5.11 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South west till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .12.11.13 approved a/c type medium).AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centreline .22 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 17.6. 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A18” VICTOR/ 10 Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East Pushback approved to face South West YANKEE/ 16 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 4.21.9. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 17.5.13 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centreline .21.

21.21. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 18.18.23.23.20. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 16.22.24 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 16.20.19.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.22.24.23.18. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 18.23.24. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 17.25 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.23 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.24 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A19” YANKEE/ 17 Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West YANKEE/ 18 Pushback approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West” YANKEE/ 19 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.23 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.19.22. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 17.22.25 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback and pull approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .

29.27. 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here. south west. 24. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 19.25 (18 &23 if push back heading.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 YANKEE/ 20 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centreline . There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 25.26.28 The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A20” Pushback approved to face North West 2) 3) OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centreline . Pushback approved to face South East Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .28. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 25. (27 approved if push back face north west).26.

19.17.24 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West” Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 16.17. The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West Pushback approved to face North East 2) 3) 1) YANKEE/ 23 2) 3) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.18.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A21” YANKEE/ 21 1) 2) 3) OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.23.18. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 16. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 17.19.21.18.18.17.22. There shall be no simultaneous push back of aircraft at stand 16. 2) 3) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 17.23 The aircraft may breakaway from here The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.22.24 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West” Pushback approved to face North East OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.22 The aircraft may breakaway from here The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.17. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 16.21.22 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North East 2) 3) 1) YANKEE/ 22 2) 3) OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid.

19. 2.26.25 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway Y centreline . There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 20.25 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A22” Pushback and pull approved to face North East Pushback approved to face South West YANKEE/ 25 1.19.23. (27 approved if push back face north west). Pushback approved to face South East Pushback approved to face South West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .23. 20.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 YANKEE/ 24 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid. 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .20.28.20. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 19. 24 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here. 3.29. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 18.27. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 20.26.28 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North West 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . OR The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 18.

2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.10.11. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A23” WHISKEY/ 11 MEDIUM 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .10.10.14 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here for heavy OR (HEAVY) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .13 (exception : at stand 14 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face south west) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here HEAVY (Only One Direction) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .12. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.14 (exception : at stand 13 or 14 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face north west or at stand 14 is medium aircraft and allowed to pushback simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here for heavy Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face North West Pushback and pull approved to face South West Pushback approved to face North West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .13.10.13 (exception : at stand 14 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face north west) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR (MEDIUM) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .11.13. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.12.

11.13. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.13.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A24” WHISKEY/ 12 (MEDIUM) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .12.15 (exception : aircraft at stand 12 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North West 2) 3) OR (HEAVY) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .14. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.11.15 (exception : aircraft at stand 14 or 15 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face north west) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South East Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .14 (exception : at stand 14 is medium aircraft and allowed to pushback simultaneously face north west ) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .10. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.11.14 (exception : at stand 13 or 14 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face north west 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East WHISKEY/ 13 HEAVY 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centerline. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.10.10.12.10.14.11.

15 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A25” Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East WHISKEY/ 14 Pushback approved to face South East MEDIUM 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .10.12.14.14.11.11. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.11.15 (exception : at stand 15 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face south east or aircraft at stand 14 or 15 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face north west) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here HEAVY 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .15.13.33 (exception : at stand 12 or 13 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.15 (exception : aircraft at stand 15 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face north west or at stand 12 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR (MEDIUM) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .12. Pushback approved to face North West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .10.10. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand.12.13.12.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WHISKEY/ 13 MEDIUM 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 5.11.

32 The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East 2) 3) OR (MEDIUM) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 13.15 (exception : at stand 12 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face north west or at stand 12 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east ) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR (MEDIUM) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centerline 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 13.14. (exception : : at stand 13 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face north west or at stand 13 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east ) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North West 2) 3) Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .15 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A26” Pushback approved to face South East WHISKEY/ 15 HEAVY 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .13.14.33.14.32 3) (exception : at stand 12 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east ) 4) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR (HEAVY) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 13. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 13.33.33.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WHISKEY/ 14 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 12.

26. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 13. 27.29.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WHISKEY/ 15 OR (MEDIUM) 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway W centerline.29 The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A27” Pushback approved to face South East WHISKEY/ 26 Pushback approved to face South East 2) 3) OR 1) 2) 3) WHISKEY/ 27 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway Y centreline . 29 The aircraft may breakaway from here The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 19. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 20. 20.28. 24.25. (ex : 29 heading south east) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South West Pushback approved to face North West 2) 3) OR 1) 2) 3) OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .27.33. 25. 28.14.25. (exception : at stand 13 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face south east) The aircraft may breakaway from here 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 26.29 (exception : aircraft at stand 26 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face north west) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face South East The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 Directorate General of Civil Aviation .28.28. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 20.

30 (exception : aircraft at stand 28 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face North West) Directorate General of Civil Aviation Pushback approved to face South West WHISKEY/ 29 Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .30 (exception : aircraft at stand 30 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .27.24. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 28. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 20.27 (exception : aircraft at stand 27 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face north west) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway Y centreline . 27. There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 19.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway Y centreline .20. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 29.28. 1) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 28. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 26.26.25. 29 The aircraft may breakaway from here 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .29.25.29 (exception : aircraft at stand 29 is allowed to pushed back simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A28” Pushback approved to face South West 2) 3) WHISKEY/ 28 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .

2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 29. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 30.33 (exception : aircraft at stand 15 is allowed to push back simultaneously for medium).31.31 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here WHISKEY/ 31 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 28. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 15. OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 30 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here WHISKEY/ 30 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .31 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here.29. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 30. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 27.32. Attachment “A29” Pushback approved to face South West Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East Pushback approved to face North West” Pushback approved to face South East ” Pushback approved to face North West Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .32 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here WHISKEY/ 32 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 26.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WHISKEY/ 29 2) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of the lead in line and the taxiway Y centreline .

7 Apron .AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 WHISKEY/ 32 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .20. 2.5 Parking Area for Small Aircraft Reserved 2. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 14.4 Taxiing To and From Stands.15. See Aerodrome Ground Movement Procedure Charts. 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 15.20.20.33 (exception : aircraft at stand 15 is allowed to push back simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing North West till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .32 (exception : at stand 15 is medium aircraft and allowed to push back simultaneously face south east) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here Attachment “A30” Pushback approved to face South East WHISKEY/ 33 Pushback approved to face North West Pushback approved to face South East 2.20.31.15. 32 (exception : aircraft at stand 14 is medium aircraft ) 3) The aircraft may breakaway from here OR 1) The aircraft (on idle thrust) shall be pushed back facing South East till its nose wheel is at the intersection of visual guidance aid .6 Parking Area for Helicopter Reserved 2.Taxiing During Winter Conditions Reserved Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . 2) There shall be no simultaneous push back for aircraft at aircraft stand 14.

1 Kualanamu Aerodrome Control Tower (TWR) is responsible for providing of Air Traffic Control Service to all controlled flight within Kualanamu ATZ.20.20.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES 2.1 RESPONSIBILITY of ATS 2. Medan Approach Control Unit (APP) is responsible for providing of Air Traffic Control Service to all controlled flight within Medan CTR. 2) Pilot operating aircraft with code letter E are advised to apply minimum thrust when turning from apron W to apron V or apron Y.9 School and Training Flights –Technical Test Flights – Use of Runways Reserved 2.22.22. 2.8 Taxiing – Limitations 1) Pilot operating aircraft with code letter E shall take note that judgemental oversteering may be required when manoeuvering round taxiway turns.11 Removal of Disable Aircraft From Runways Reserved WIMM AD 2.20.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES Reserved WIMM AD 2.2 Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .10 Helicopter Traffic – Limitation Reserved 2.1.20. 2.22.1.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A31” 2.

1 Attachment “A32” This ICAO altimeter setting procedures shall be used by all aircraft operating within Kualanamu ATZ and Medan CTR. 2. the pilot shall continue to fly in VMC and land at the most suitable aerodrome. Separation standards will be increased and airspace reserved accordingly. If this is established.22.3.1.1 In the event of failure of two-way communications while operating on the radar frequency.3.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 2.22. 2.1.000 feet transition level FL130.1 COMMUNICATION FAILURE PROCEDURES 2. 2.22.22. Transition Altitude 11.22.1.3. If it occurs in VMC during the hours of darkness (between sunset and sunrise) action shall be taken in accordance below: • If total radio communication failure occurs in IMC.22.2 ALTIMETER SETTING PROCEDURES 2.22. 2. the pilot shall remain on the frequency on which he has been communicating and comply with instructions issued by the radar controller designed to establish that the aircraft is receiving. (see Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . the pilot shall comply with the standard radio failure procedures as specified below.3.2 TOTAL RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE PROCEDURES 2. the pilot shall change to any other alternative ATC frequencies and request instructions.1 If total radio communication failure occurs in VMC during daylight hours.2 2.3. QNH provided in milibars and inches available on request.3 If unable to make contact on the alternative frequencies. 2.3 COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES All aircraft within Medan CTR shall be equipped with radio capable of conducting and maintaining two way communication.2.3.22.2.2.2 If able to receive but not transmit. ATC action is based on the assumption that the aircraft will continue to its destination and if unable to land.22.22. further instructions appropriate to the circumstances will be issued. will proceed to its nominated alternate.

alternatively. 2.3. proceed to cross fix Holding Area at 4000ft then via R461 at FL170 if Kuala Lumpur is the nominated alternate or via W12 at FL 210 if Pekanbaru is the nominated alternate or via G468 at FL 150 if Penang is the nominated alternate or via N563 at FL 230 if Singapore is the nominated alternate otherwise proceed at the planned flight level to other nominated alternate.22.4 RADIO FAILURE . Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . At the expiry of this period with the concurrence of other users normal operations will resume. d) If unable to land within 30 minutes of the time descent should have started (i. to the clearance limit and thereafter at the flight plan level.2 In all cases.TRANSPONDER .4. Note: 1) Aircraft are to follow the established radio failure procedures as laid down by the respective airports. 2) During this 30 minutes period ATC will reserve the airspace at the aircraft’s flight level and below. the pilot shall either leave or avoid controlled airspace and areas of dense traffic and establish VFR operation or.1 Aircraft equipped with transponder shall set transponder to Mode A/C Code 7600. shall: a) Proceed according to the current flight plan. SEE DOC. the pilot shall contact ATC as soon as possible after landing. 2. at the last assigned flight level.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A33” Appendices ‘A’ and ‘B’).EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT 2. b) Arrive at the destination as close as possible to ETA. EAT or ETA if no EAT has been acknowledged).e. or if unable to maintain VFR. c) Commence descent as close as possible to EAT (or ETA if no EAT has been acknowledged).4444 PANS ATM AMANDEMENT 4 15 NOP THN 2012 • In IMC.22.22.2.

maintaining 7.7 4.5 IDENTIFICATION OF RUNWAY-IN-USE ATC will switch on the appropriate approach lights and the ILS serving the runway-in-use to assist the pilot in its identification. Proceed to BONAR Holding Area .22. Leave BONAR and proceed to AMASE holding area for dumping fuel .4 above. If the approach lights for the runway-in-use are sighted but the ILS frequencies not received.6 TOTAL RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE .22. At D17 DES VOR FOLLOW ARC TO BONAR descend for an instrument approach on RWY 05.22. ATC will continue to issue instructions and/or clearance to pilots.22. At BONAR.000ft. An aircraft therefore should not leave earlier than Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 Directorate General of Civil Aviation .SPECIAL PROCEDURES – KUALANAMU AIRPORT – DEPARTURES ( MEDIUM AND HEAVY AIRCRAFT ) 2. After fuel dumping.22.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A34” 2.6. 2. ATC action is based on the assumption that the aircraft will take a minimum of 10 min to dump fuel.4.000ft .2 When radio communication failure occurs immediately after the aircraft has departed on RWY 05/23. climb/descend to maintain 7. 2. Identify the runway-in-use in accordance with para 2. 2. b) Aircraft Able to Receive Following verification that aircraft is able to receive ground transmissions.22. climb to the last assigned altitude.2 Partial Radio Failure a) Aircraft Unable to Receive Pilots shall adopt the complete RTF failure procedures specified in para 2. the pilot shall assume that the ILS is inoperative and shall proceed to land on the runway on which the approach lights have been sighted.22. Hold at BONAR for 4 minutes.6. proceed to DES VOR maintain 7. Such instructions and clearances will be repeated.000 ft . the pilot shall proceed according to the following procedures a) RUNWAY 05 1. the pilot will set the aircraft transponder to Mode A/C Code 7600 and adhere to the procedures below.1 When an aircraft which has been cleared by ATC to an intermediate level experiences total radio communication failure immediately after departure from Kualanamu Airport and it is deemed unsafe for it to continue to its destination. 3. 2.

2 2.6000 feet and Speed 220 knots.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Attachment “A35” 10 min after arrival at AMASE Holding Area even if fuel dump is completed at a shorter time or if dumping is not necessary or possible unless circumstances require an immediate return.7 TOTAL RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE .22. 3. Proceed to NAGAH holding point .9.22.000ft. climb/descend to maintain 7.7 ATC action is based on the assumption that the aircraft will take a minimum of 10 min to dump fuel. Hold at NAGAH for 4 minutes.000 ft. 2.000ft. At NAGAH. climb to the last assigned altitude.1 Aircraft experiencing radio failure are to descend on the Left Downwind RWY 23/Right Downwind RWY 05 of the runway to 600 ft and rock the aircraft when passing abeam the Control Tower. he is not to assume that he is cleared to land but is to carry out the same procedure again. Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 . 2. Unless the pilot unmistakably sees a green light from the Tower.22. proceed to DES VOR. 4. Procedure Holding: Right Hand Circuit With One Minute Leg Alt.22.SPECIAL PROCEDURES – KUALANAMU AIRPORT – DEPARTURES ( LIGHT AIRCRAFT) 2. After fuel dumping. b) RUNWAY 23 1. Identify the runway-in-use in accordance with para 2. AT D20 DES VOR FOLLOW ARC TO NAGAH Holding Area maintain 7.8 FUEL DUMPING PROCEDURE AMASE Holding Area at Radial 360 distance 40 Nm from “DES” VOR. entry heading 180. Leave NAGAH proceed to AMASE holding area for dumping fuel maintaining 7.22.7. An aircraft therefore should not leave earlier than 10 min after arrival at AMASE Holding Area even if fuel dump is completed at a shorter time or if dumping is not necessary or possible unless circumstances require an immediate return. 2. At NAGAH descend for an instrument approach on RWY 23.

dated 25 JUL 13. WIMM AD 2.24-7B. IAC – ICAO ILS RWY 05. ATC will inform Pilot the direction of amase Holding Point and instruct the altitude to joint the pattern. dated 25 JUL 13. dated 25 JUL 13. WIMM AD 2. WIMM AD 2. IAC – ICAO ILS RWY 23.24-9A. RADAR MINIMUM ALTITUDE CHART-ICAO.24-9B. dated 25 JUL 13.24-3.24-7A. dated 25 JUL 13.24-2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO THE AERODROME WIMM AD 2. WIMM AD 2. WIMM AD 2. dated 25 JUL 13.24-11D. Exit from Area: 1) 2) Pilot inform to ATC if the fuel dumping/burning was finished and request to return to land at Kualanamu International Airport. IAC – ICAO VOR/DME RWY 05. STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART – INSTRUMENT (STAR)-ICAO RWY 23.24-11B. WIMM AD 2. WIMM AD 2. WIMM AD 2.AIRAC AIP SUPPLEMENT 03 / 13 Entry to Area: 1) 2) Attachment “A36” Pilot inform to ATC (Tower/APP/ACC) If he needed to fuel dumping/burning .24-1. WIMM AD 2. ATC will inform rwy in used to the pilot and instruct the altitude to joint traffic circuit KUALANAMU. STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART – INSTRUMENT (STAR)-ICAO RWY 05. dated 25 JUL 13. FUEL DUMPING PROCEDURE CHART. dated 25 JUL 13. AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART. IAC – ICAO VOR/DME RWY 23. dated 25 JUL 13.24-12.24-11A. WIMM AD 2. dated 25 JUL 13. WIMM AD 2. STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART – INSTRUMENT (SID)-ICAO RWY 05. WIMM AD 2. dated 25 JUL 13. dated 25 JUL 13.24-11C.ICAO. STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART – INSTRUMENT (SID)-ICAO RWY 23. Directorate General of Civil Aviation Publication Date : 30 MAY 13 Effective Date : 25 JUL 13 .24-10. AERODROME GROUND MOVEMENT CHARTS. AERODROME CHART.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Reserved WIMM AD 2. dated 25 JUL 13 WIMM AD 2.