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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION
OPP. SAFDARJUNG AIRPORT, NEW DELHI – 110 003

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENT SECTION 8 – AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS SERIES ‘C’ PART I Dated 13th June 2011

EFFECTIVE: FORTHWITH
F. No. 22014/1/2011-FSD

Subject: All Weather Operations (AWO)
1. INTRODUCTION

Aerodrome Operating Minima are established in order to ensure the desired level of safety in Aeroplane Operations at an Aerodrome by limiting these operations in specified weather conditions. The values of aerodrome operating minima for a particular operation must ensure that at all times the combination of information available from external sources and the aeroplane instruments and equipment is sufficient to enable the aeroplane to be operated along the desired flight path. 2. APPLICABILITY: All Operators

This Civil Aviation Requirement (CAR) lays down Aerodrome operating Minima for Scheduled, Non-scheduled and General Aviation operators (Aeroplane and Helicopters) and the procedure for obtaining approval of Aerodrome Operating Minima. The procedures of approval outlined in this document are not applicable to ILS Cat-II and Cat-III Operations. This CAR is issued under the provisions of Schedule II and Rule 133A of the Aircraft Rules, 1937 and lays down the requirements by the operator & individuals for operation in all weather. 3. TERMINOLOGY

Aerodrome operating minima. The limits of usability of an aerodrome for: a) take-off, expressed in terms of runway visual range and/or visibility and, if necessary, cloud conditions; b) landing in precision approach and landing operations, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range and decision altitude/height (DA/H) as appropriate to the category of the operation;
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c) landing in approach and landing operations with vertical guidance, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range and decision altitude/height (DA/H); and d) landing in non-precision approach and landing operations, expressed in terms of visibility and/or runway visual range, minimum descent altitude/height (MDA/H) and, if necessary, cloud conditions. Alert height. An alert height is a height above the runway threshold based on the characteristics of the aeroplane and its fail operational landing system, above which a Category III operation would be discontinued and a missed approach initiated if a failure occurred in one of the redundant parts of the landing system, or in the relevant ground equipment. All weather operations. Any surface movement, take-off, departure, approach or landing operations in conditions where visual reference is limited by weather conditions. Alternate aerodrome. An aerodrome to which an aircraft may proceed when it becomes either impossible or inadvisable to proceed to or to land at the aerodrome of intended landing. Alternate aerodromes include the following: Take-off alternate. An alternate aerodrome at which an aircraft can land should this become necessary shortly after take-off and it is not possible to use the aerodrome of departure. En-route alternate. An aerodrome at which an aircraft would be able to land after experiencing an abnormal or emergency condition while en-route. Destination alternate. An alternate aerodrome to which an aircraft may proceed should it become impossible or inadvisable to land at the aerodrome of intended landing. Note. — The aerodrome from which a flight departs may also be an en-route or a destination alternate aerodrome for that flight. Approach ban point. Point on an approach segment where the reported weather conditions at the runway must meet the applicable minima, so as to be able to meet regulatory requirements for continuing an instrument approach to a landing. Approach ban: An approach to land shall not be commenced by arriving aircraft when weather conditions are reported to be below landing minima. This policy is intended to facilitate the regularity of instrument approach operations, to prevent a landing/go-around decision at a low altitude, and to minimize unnecessary instrument approach operations where a successful landing would be highly unlikely. This approach ban limits aircraft from proceeding beyond the Outer marker or equivalent position, or 1000 ft above the aerodrome elevation in case no outer marker or equivalent position exists unless weather is reported at or above specified
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minima. If weather deteriorates after an aircraft has passed the approach ban point, the aircraft already on approach may continue to DA (H) or MDA (H). The approach may be continued below DA(H) or MDA(H) and the landing may be completed provided that the required visual reference is established at the DA(H) or MDA(H) and is maintained. Automatic flight control system (AFCS) with coupled approach mode. Airborne system which provides automatic control of the flight path of the aeroplane during approach. Automatic landing system. The airborne system which provides automatic control of the aeroplane during the approach and landing. Categories of aeroplanes. The following five categories of typical aeroplanes have been established based on 1.3 times the stall speed in the landing configuration at maximum certificated landing mass. Category A Category B Category C Category D Category E — — — — — less than 169 km/h (91 kt) IAS 169 km/h (91 kt) or more but less than 224 km/h (121 kt) IAS 224 km/h (121 kt) or more but less than 261 km/h (141 kt) IAS 261 km/h (141 kt) or more but less than 307 km/h (166 kt) IAS 307 km/h (166 kt) or more but less than 391 km/h (211 kt) IAS

Ceiling. The height above the ground or water of the base of the lowest layer of cloud covering more than half the sky. Circling approach. An extension of an instrument approach procedure which provides for visual circling of the aerodrome prior to landing. Continuous Descent Final Approach (CDFA). A technique, consistent with stabilized approach procedures, for flying the final approach segment of a nonprecision instrument approach procedure as a continuous descent, without level-off, from an altitude/height at or above the final approach fix altitude/height to a point approximately 15 m (50 ft) above the landing runway threshold or the point where the flare manoeuvre should begin for the type of aircraft flown. This is also referred to as CANPA (Constant Angle Non-Precision Approach) Converted Meteorological Visibility (CMV). A value equivalent to an RVR which is derived from the reported meteorological visibility, as converted in accordance with the specified requirements in the CAR Decision altitude (DA) or decision height (DH). A specified altitude or height in the precision approach or approach with vertical guidance at which a missed approach must be initiated if the required visual reference to continue the approach has not been established.

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ILS sensitive area. — Decision altitude (DA) is referenced to mean sea level and decision height (DH) is referenced to the threshold elevation. The sensitive area is protected to provide protection against interference caused by large moving objects outside the critical area but still normally within the airfield boundary. is controlled to prevent the possibility of unacceptable interference to the ILS signal during ILS operations. in the event of a failure. Note 2. in relation to the desired flight path. An automatic landing system is failoperational if. Final approach. Fail-operational automatic landing system. a) at the end of the last procedure turn.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Note 1. An area extending beyond the critical area where the parking and/or movement of vehicles. if specified. — For convenience where both expressions are used they may be written in the form “decision altitude/height” and abbreviated “DA/H”. including aircraft. the approach. The critical area is protected because the presence of vehicles and/or aircraft inside its boundaries will cause unacceptable disturbance to the ILS signal-in-space. and ends at a point in the vicinity of an aerodrome from which: 1) A landing can be made. there is no significant deviation of aeroplane trim. The visibility forward from the cockpit of an aircraft in flight. 1. Note 3. including aircraft. The visibility at an aerodrome as reported by an accredited observer or by automatic systems. flare and landing can be completed by the remaining part of the automatic system. Fail-passive automatic landing system. Ground visibility. In Category III operations with a decision height the required visual reference is that specified for the particular procedure and operation. flight path or attitude but the landing will not be completed automatically. or where such a fix or point is not specified. Flight visibility. or 2) A missed approach procedure is initiated. ILS critical area. are excluded during all ILS operations. base turn or inbound turn of a racetrack procedure. in the event of a failure. That part of an instrument approach procedure which commences at the specified final approach fix or point. or b) At the point of interception of the last track specified in the approach procedure. — The required visual reference means that section of the visual aids or of the approach area which should have been in view for sufficient time for the pilot to have made an assessment of the aircraft position and rate of change of position. An area of defined dimensions about the localizer and glide path antennas where vehicles. 17th August 2011 4 . Rev. An automatic landing system is failpassive if.

17th August 2011 5 . and b) With either a visibility not less than 800 m or a runway visual range not less than 550 m.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Instrument Approach and Landing Operations. and b) A runway visual range not less than 175 m. Category II (CAT II) operation. Rev. A precision instrument approach and landing with: a) A decision height lower than 30 m (100 ft). or Computer generated navigation data. Category IIIA (CAT IIIA) operation. A precision instrument approach and landing with: a) A decision height lower than 15 m (50 ft). Instrument approach and landing operations are classified as follows: Non-precision approach and landing operations. A precision instrument approach and landing with: a) A decision height not lower than 60 m (200 ft). and b) A runway visual range not less than 300 m. or no decision height. Categories of precision approach and landing operations: Category I (CAT I) operation. An instrument approach and landing which utilizes lateral guidance but does not utilize vertical guidance. A precision instrument approach and landing with: a) A decision height lower than 60 m (200 ft). Note. but not lower than 15 m (50 ft). Approach and landing operations with vertical guidance. but not lower than 30 m (100 ft). An instrument approach and landing using precision lateral and vertical guidance with minima as determined by the category of operation. Precision approach and landing operations. — Lateral and vertical guidance refers to the guidance provided either by: a) b) A ground-based navigation aid. and b) A runway visual range less than 175 m but not less than 50 m. 1. An instrument approach and landing which utilizes lateral and vertical guidance but does not meet the requirements established for precision approach and landing operations. Category IIIB (CAT IIIB) operation.

Precision approach (PA) procedure. less than the minima specified for visual meteorological conditions. 1. Instrument meteorological conditions (IMC). An instrument approach procedure which utilizes lateral and vertical guidance but does not meet the requirements established for precision approach and landing operations. Instrument flight rules (IFR). Note. to a position at which holding or en-route obstacle clearance criteria apply.— Where decision height (DH) and runway visual range (RVR) fall into different categories of operation. 17th August 2011 6 . if a landing is not completed. A precision instrument approach and landing with no decision height and no runway visual range limitations. an operation with a DH in the range of CAT IIIA but with an RVR in the range of CAT IIIB would be considered a CAT IIIB operation or an operation with a DH in the range of CAT II but with an RVR in the range of CAT I would be considered a CAT II operation). from the beginning of a defined arrival route to a point from which a landing can be completed and thereafter.g.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Category IIIC (CAT IIIC) operation. Note. or computer-generated navigation data. Regulatory provisions for instrument flight. Approach procedure with vertical guidance (APV). Instrument approach procedure. — Lateral and vertical guidance refers to the guidance provided either by: a) b) A ground-based navigation aid. An instrument approach procedure which utilizes lateral guidance but does not utilize vertical guidance. and ceiling * . distance from cloud. the instrument approach and landing operation would be conducted in accordance with the requirements of the most demanding category (e. or where applicable. An instrument approach procedure using precision lateral and vertical guidance with minima as determined by the category of operation. A series of predetermined manoeuvres by reference to flight instruments with specified protection from obstacles from the initial approach fix. Instrument approach procedures are classified as follows: Non-precision approach (NPA) procedure. Meteorological conditions expressed in terms of visibility.* as defined in ICAO Annex 2 Rules of the Air                                                              Rev. Note .

Minimum descent altitude (MDA) or minimum descent height (MDH). in relation to the desired flight path. — For convenience when both expressions are used they may be written in the form “minimum descent altitude/ height” and abbreviated “MDA/H”. Rev. Missed approach point (MAPt). The procedure to be followed if the approach cannot be continued. Note 1. Note 2. A term used in relation to flight operations referring to a take-off on a runway where the RVR is less than 400 m. 17th August 2011 7 . An obstacle clearance height for a circling approach is referenced to the aerodrome elevation. — The required visual reference means that section of the visual aids or of the approach area which should have been in view for sufficient time for the pilot to have made an assessment of the aircraft position and rate of change of position. A specified altitude or height in a non-precision approach or circling approach below which descent must not be made without the required visual reference. Specific procedures applied at an aerodrome for the purpose of ensuring safe operations during Categories II and III approaches and/or low visibility take-offs.— Minimum descent altitude (MDA) is referenced to mean sea level and minimum descent height (MDH) is referenced to the aerodrome elevation or to the threshold elevation if that is more than 2 m (7 ft) below the aerodrome elevation.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Low visibility procedures (LVP). Low visibility take-off (LVTO). Note 3. 1. Missed approach procedure. Obstacle clearance altitude (OCA) or obstacle clearance height (OCH). A minimum descent height for a circling approach is referenced to the aerodrome elevation. The lowest altitude or the lowest height above the elevation of the relevant runway threshold or the aerodrome elevation as applicable used in establishing compliance with appropriate obstacle clearance criteria. In the case of a circling approach the required visual reference is the runway environment. That point in an instrument approach procedure at or before which the prescribed missed approach procedure must be initiated in order to ensure that the minimum obstacle clearance is not infringed. Note 1. — Obstacle clearance altitude is referenced to mean sea level and obstacle clearance height is referenced to the threshold elevation or in the case of non-precision approaches to the aerodrome elevation or the threshold elevation if that is more than 2 m (7 ft) below the aerodrome elevation.

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Note 2. Procedure turn. integrity. an obstacle limitation surface. Rev. — For convenience when both expressions are used they may be written in the form “obstacle clearance altitude/ height” and abbreviated “OCA/H”. 17th August 2011 8 . — Procedure turns are designated “left” or “right” according to the direction of the initial turn. — Procedure turns may be designated as being made either in level flight or while descending. Performance-based navigation (PBN). Runway holding position. A statement of the navigation performance necessary for operation within a defined airspace Note. Note 1. Obstacle free zone (OFZ). A designated position intended to protect a runway. Area navigation based on performance requirements for aircraft operating along an ATS route. which is not penetrated by any fixed obstacle other than a low-mass and frangibly mounted one required for air navigation purposes. Note 2. Note. and balked landing surface and that portion of the strip bounded by these surfaces. — In radiotelephony phraseologies. A manoeuvre in which a turn is made away from a designated track followed by a turn in the opposite direction to permit the aircraft to intercept and proceed along the reciprocal of the designated track. The range over which the pilot of an aircraft on the centreline of a runway can see the runway surface markings or the lights delineating the runway or identifying its centreline. inner transitional surfaces. RNP specification) in terms of accuracy. 1. continuity. Required Navigation Performance (RNP). on an instrument approach procedure or in a designated airspace. the expression “holding point” is used to designate the runway-holding position. Runway visual range (RVR). availability and functionality needed for the proposed operation in the context of a particular airspace concept. — Navigation performance and requirements are defined for a particular RNP type and/or application.— Performance requirements are expressed in navigation specifications (RNAV specification. unless otherwise authorised by the aerodrome control tower. Note. or an ILS critical/sensitive area at which taxiing aircraft and vehicles shall stop and hold. according to the circumstances of each individual instrument approach procedure. The airspace above the inner approach surface.

. The former a) is represented by the meteorological optical range (MOR). Visibility for aeronautical purposes is the greater of: a) the greatest distance at which a black object of suitable dimensions. where it is intended landing aeroplanes first contact the runway. An approach with the final approach track aligned within 15 degrees for Category ‘C’ and ‘D’ aircraft and within 30 degrees for Category ‘A’ and ‘B’ aircraft of the extended centerline of the runway of intended runway. The portion of a runway. (b) the threshold. — The two distances have different values in air of a given extinction coefficient. (SAp). A method of navigation which permits aircraft operation on a vertical flight profile using altimetry sources. energy and control of the flight path from a pre-determined point or altitude/height down to a point 50 feet above the threshold or the point where the flare manoeuvre is initiated if higher. Visual approach. 17th August 2011 9 . can be seen and recognized when observed against a bright background. Surveillance radar. b) The greatest distance at which lights in the vicinity of 1 000 candelas can be seen and identified against an unlit background. An approach by an IFR flight when either part or all of an instrument approach procedure is not completed and the approach is executed by visual reference to terrain. 1. to the observations of prevailing and minimum visibility reported in METAR and SPECI and to the observations of ground visibility. Visibility. Vertical Navigation (VNAV). Note 2. Rev. Touchdown zone (TDZ). Visual Reference. (c) the threshold markings. Note 1. Radar equipment used to determine the position of an aircraft in range and azimuth. beyond the threshold.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Stabilised Approach. Straight-in Approach. A pilot may not continue an approach below DA(H) or MDA(H) unless at least one of the following visual references for the intended runway is distinctly visible and identifiable to the pilot: (a) elements of the approach light system. or a combination of these. and the latter b) varies with the background illumination. An approach which is flown in a controlled and appropriate manner in terms of configuration. — The definition applies to the observations of visibility in local routine and special reports. external flight path references. situated near the ground.

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I (d) the threshold lights. Meteorological conditions expressed in terms of visibility. (h) the touchdown zone lights. equal to or better than specified minima. distance from cloud. or (j) runway edge lights. Note . (e) the threshold identification lights. (f) the visual glide slope indicator. (g) the touchdown zone or touchdown zone markings. 17th August 2011 10 . Regulatory provisions for visual flight. 1.* as defined in ICAO Annex 2 Rules of the Air                                                              Rev. 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Visual meteorological conditions (VMC). Visual flight rules (VFR). and ceiling * .

GENERAL To enable the Scheduled. Facilities and Procedures approved at each aerodrome are promulgated through the Aeronautical Information Services. Aerodrome Operating Minima are promulgated.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  4. Detailed performance data which may differ from or be additional to normal. Any other factors affecting the use of the aeroplane in limited visibility conditions. its Equipment and Airport Facilities i) The aeroplane and its equipment for such use should be indicated by appropriate entries in the Flight Manual. All flight crew members should be qualified and trained for take-off. if installed. 1. such as loss of height during missed approach procedure etc. Any limitations or procedures necessary for the safe use of the system must be identified. ii) iii) iv) v) vi) b) i) Flight Crew and Air Operator Qualification The Pilot-in-Command and Co-pilot must hold an instrument rating. Approval of AOM requires the following considerations: a) Aeroplane.. operating sequences etc. There are two sets of Aerodrome Operating Minima for Indian Airports. non-precision 11 Rev. Normal Aerodrome Operating Minima and Restricted Aerodrome Operating Minima. AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA (AOM) . such as the procedures to be followed when the aeroplane’s climb performance after take-off or during a missed approach is reduced with an engine inoperative. Non-scheduled and General Aviation Operators of aeroplane and helicopters to operate safely at an Aerodrome under limiting weather conditions. The minimum airborne equipment which must be available before an approach in limited visibility conditions may be planned and carried out. The equipment operating procedures such as use of the automatic flight control and automatic landing systems. 17th August 2011 . and use of the flight instrument system. Operations Manual or a similar document.

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  ii) iii) iv) v) and Cat-I approaches. The reported visibility has inherent limitations due to the fact that it is reported at a site that is removed from the point at which a pilot makes the approach to land and is expected to acquire the visual reference to continue the approach.7 (for CAT II/III). The air operator must have gained sufficient experience with the system in operational service in weather minima higher than those proposed. Appropriate flight crew members should have completed all necessary proficiency checks including demonstration of proficiency using the applicable instrument approach limits. 17th August 2011 12 . c) Stabilized Approaches. e) Conversion of Reported Meteorological Visibility to RVR/CMV Horizontal visibility reported by the meteorological office could be different from the slant visibility observed by the pilot due to factors such as low lying haze and a smoke layer. All approaches shall be flown as stabilised approaches (SAp) unless otherwise approved by DGCA for a particular approach to a particular runway. d) Non-precision Approaches. providing that the resulting RVR/CMV value does not exceed 5000m. The Operations Manual instructions are appropriate to the operation and reflect the mandatory procedures and/or limitations contained in the Flight Manual. All non-precision approaches shall be flown using the Continuous Descent Final Approaches (CDFA) technique unless otherwise approved by the DGCA for a particular approach to a particular runway. An RVR is a better representation of the expected distance that the pilot may acquire visual cues on approach. Approved VIS/RVR + 400 m.3 and Para 5. 1. When calculating the minima the operator shall ensure that the applicable minimum RVR is increased by 200m for Cat A/B aeroplanes and by 400m for Cat C/D aeroplanes for approaches not flown using the CDFA technique. The Pilot-in-Command should have gained experience of 100 hours in the relevant aeroplane type with restricted (higher) take off or landing minima as given below before being certified to use the lower approved take off or landing minima: DA (H) or MDA (H) + 100 ft. As Rev. as described in ICAO All Weather Operations Manual DOC 9365-AN/910 Para 4.

GENERAL An operator shall not conduct Category II or III operations unless: i) Each aeroplane concerned is certificated for operations with decision heights below 200 ft.g.— If the RVR is reported as being above the maximum value assessed by the aerodrome operator. Table 1: Conversion of Meteorological visibility to RVR Lighting elements in RVR = Reported operation Meteorological. or when reported RVR is available. e. an operator should ensure that Table below is used: Note. When converting meteorological visibility to RVR in all other circumstances than those in sub-paragraph above. Visibility x Day HI approach runway lighting and 1·5 Night 2·0 1·5 Any type of lighting 1·0 installation other than above No lighting 1·0 Not applicable 5. The RVR/CMV derived from the table below may be used by an operator to commence or continue an approach to the applicable DA/MDA. and equipped for Category II or III operations. The operations are approved in accordance with CAR Section 2 Series O Part XIV Airworthiness and Maintenance Requirements for CAT II/III 13 ii) Rev. Effect of lighting intensities and background luminance play a role when establishing an RVR. a ratio can be identified between the two. An Operator should ensure that a meteorological visibility to RVR conversion is not used for takeoff. (a) LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS . for visual/circling approaches. “RVR more than 1500 metres”. In cases where the RVR is not reported. 17th August 2011 .CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  RVR and meteorological visibility are established differently. a pilot may derive RVR/CMV by using a mathematical conversion depending upon the type of approach lighting and day/night conditions. for calculating any other required RVR minimum less than 800 m. 1. or no decision height. it is not considered to be a reported value for the purpose of this paragraph.

Specifically. (a) An operator shall ensure that. 1. (b) 7. 6. prior to conducting operations each flight crew member: i) Category II and III Completes the training and checking requirements for CAT II/III prescribed in CAR Section 7 Series X Part I Pilot Authorization for CAT II/III Operations in operating to the limiting values of RVR and Decision Height appropriate to the operator’s approval.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Operations. and will be enforced. LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS — TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS An operator shall ensure that low visibility training and checking is conducted in accordance with a detailed syllabus approved by DGCA and included in the Operations Manual. at those aerodromes where low visibility operations are to be conducted. iv) v) (b) An operator shall not conduct low visibility take-offs in less than 400 m RVR unless approved by DGCA. (a) LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS — AERODROME CONSIDERATIONS An operator shall not use an aerodrome for Category II or III operations unless the aerodrome is approved for such operations. The flight crew qualification is specific to the operation and aircraft type. 17th August 2011 14 . The flight crew consists of at least two pilots. and Decision height is determined by means of a radio altimeter. CAR Section 8 Series B Part I Operator Authorization for ILS CAT II/III/A/B Operations and CAR Section 7 Series X Part I Pilot Authorization for CAT II/III Operations iii) A suitable system for recording approach and/or automatic landing success and failure is established and maintained to monitor the overall safety of the operation. An operator shall verify that low visibility procedures (LVP) have been established. and Is qualified in accordance with the above mentioned CAR ii) Rev.

8. landing. before commencing a low visibility take-off. These procedures must be included in the Operations Manual or a Sub-Part and contain the duties of flight crew members during taxiing. and Is qualified in accordance with this CAR ii) Note – Guidance on curriculum for Low Visibility and ILS CAT I/II/III training may be seen at Annexure 4 to this CAR. take-off.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I (b) 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  An operator shall ensure that. and (b) iii) The flight crew members are properly qualified and trained prior to commencing a low visibility take-off (in an RVR of less than 400 m). flare. Category II or III approach 9. 1. Category II and III operations. approach. the minimum equipment that has to be serviceable at the commencement of a low visibility Rev. The PIC shall satisfy himself/herself that: i) The status of the visual and non-visual facilities is sufficient prior to commencing a low visibility take-off. LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS – MINIMUM EQUIPMENT (AIRCRAFT) (a) An operator must include in the Operations Manual or Sub-Part. roll-out and missed approach as appropriate. 17th August 2011 15 . ii) Appropriate LVPs are in force according to information received from Air Traffic Services. prior to conducting Low Visibility Take-offs each flight crew member: i) Completes the training and checking requirements for LVTO prescribed in this CAR as appropriate to the operator’s approval. Category II or III approach. LOW VISIBILITY OPERATIONS — OPERATING PROCEDURES (a) An operator must establish procedures and instructions to be used for low visibility take-off. Category II or III approach.

Rev. However. (b) The commander shall satisfy himself/herself that the status of the aeroplane and of the relevant airborne systems is appropriate for the specific operation to be conducted. Scheduled Operators who have well established capabilities to calculate the Aerodrome Operating Minima will be given approval. 11. Category II or III approach in accordance with the AFM or other approved document. In no case may they operate at Indian Aerodromes at less than the Normal Aerodrome Operating Minima. Special VFR (SVFR) flights are not permitted for commercial air transport aircraft. with amplification of the procedure to be adopted in cases where DH value is more than 300 feet for Precision Approach Procedures. 17th August 2011 16 . Restricted Aerodrome Operating Minima. Normal Aerodrome Operating Minima a contained in Annexure 1 are for Scheduled Indian Operators and International Airlines operating at Indian Airports. NonScheduled and General Aviation Operators regularly flying may apply to DGCA for approval of normal AOM subject to the following conditions: i) The PIC and Co-pilot shall have minimum 500 hours experience on type.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  take-off. Restricted AOM are calculated as per the procedure for calculation of “Restricted Aerodrome Operating Minima” given in Appendix 2. 1. These minima should be calculated as per ICAO All Weather Operations Manual (latest edition of DOC 9365 AN/910). The Airports Authority of India and Scheduled Airlines should keep updating these minima for the new facilities and the latest OCAs. AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Guidelines for calculation of these minima are given at Appendix 1. Foreign Scheduled Air Operators are to be authorized by the State of the Operator for the use of the Aerodrome Operating Minima in accordance with requirements.LANDING Normal Aerodrome Operating Minima Normal AOM are calculated based on the present information available regarding airport facilities and OCAs. VFR OPERATING MINIMA 10. The minima are for use of all Non-Scheduled and General Aviation Operators including operators who have not applied to DGCA and received approval for lower Minima than the Restricted Aerodrome Operating Minima. on application for the method of calculation of the Aerodrome Operating Minima as per the Manual of All Weather Operations DOC 9365/AN/910. An operator shall ensure that VFR flights are conducted in accordance with the Visual Flight Rules.

The take-off alternate aerodrome should be located within the following distance from the aerodrome of departure: a) Aeroplanes with two engines: not more than a distance equivalent to one hour flight time at the single engine cruise speed. taking into account all relevant factors for each aerodrome planned to be used and the aeroplane characteristics. additional conditions (e. 12. VISUAL APPROACH An operator shall not use a visibility/RVR lower than the associated non-precision approach minima for that runway for a visual approach. iv) The PIC and Co-pilot shall have to demonstrate to an Examiner qualified on type his proficiency to handle normal/abnormal situations under simulated/actual reduced visibility conditions. The commander shall not commence take-off unless the weather conditions at the aerodrome of departure are equal to or better than applicable minima for landing at that aerodrome unless a suitable take-off alternate aerodrome is available. ceiling) must be specified. The take-off alternate weather (actual and forecast) shall not be less than ILS CAT I minima. 17th August 2011 17 . CIRCLING APPROACH MINIMA Circling approach and the associated minima will be authorized for Operators by Flight Standards Directorate as per the training programme implemented by Operators. AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA – TAKE OFF General Take-off minima established by the operator must be expressed as visibility or RVR limits. 13.g. The take-off alternate aerodrome should have weather conditions and facilities suitable for landing the aeroplane in normal and non-normal configurations pertinent to the operation. iii) The operator shall provide adequate training including simulator training to its pilots to make them familiar with the operation under reduced visibility conditions and other associated hazards. .CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I ii) 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  The PIC and Co-pilot shall have minimum 10 hours experience on type in the preceding 90 days. the ground visibility should not be less than 5 Km. If visual approach is requested for a runway which has only a circling approach. 1. b) Aeroplanes with three or more engines: not more than a distance equivalent to two hours flight time at the one engine inoperative cruise speed Rev. 14. Where there is a specific need to see and avoid obstacles on departure and/or for a forced landing.

haze.g. Routine low visibility weather conditions (e. including programmes for assurance of the necessary reliability and integrity. 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  The take-off minima must be selected to ensure sufficient guidance to control the aeroplane in the event of both a discontinued take-off in adverse circumstances and a continued take-off after failure of the critical power unit. Comprehensive programmes for crew qualification which address use of the specified minima. Comprehensive programmes for airworthiness. and other safety information. Required RVR/Visibility For multi-engine aeroplanes. etc. with any necessary equipment operational (MEL). 1. Availability of air traffic services to ensure separation of aircraft and timely and accurate provision of weather. Use of these minima is based on the following factors: a) Flight characteristics and cockpit instrumentation typical of multi-engine turbine aircraft. airport. obstruction clearance.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I Visual reference. precipitation.) which do not require special consideration. and other characteristics typical of major facilities serving scheduled international operations. the aeroplane can either stop or continue the take-off to a height of 1 500 ft above the aerodrome while clearing obstacles by the required margins. b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Rev. the take-off minima established by an operator must be expressed as RVR/Visibility values not lower than those given in the table below. 17th August 2011 18 . Standard runway. whose performance is such that. NOTAM. fog. and Availability of alternate courses of action in the event of emergency situations. in the event of a critical power unit failure at any point during take-off. surrounding terrain. wind components. Availability of specified facilities for the respective minima.

The required RVR must be achieved for all relevant RVR reporting points (touchdown. 1. Rev. For night operations at least runway edge lights or centreline lights and runway end lights are available. Note 1. B. mid and end). C & D Adequate Visual reference 500m (Day only) Runway edge lights or Runway 400m centreline markings Runway edge lights and Runway centreline markings and multiple 300m RVR information Runway edge lights and Runway centreline lights and multiple 200m RVR information Runway edge lights and Runway centreline lights and multiple 150m (Cat A. The governing RVR shall be the lowest of the reported RVRs Note 2. mid and end) is required for LVTO.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Table 2: RVR/Visibility for Take-off (Commercial Transport Aeroplanes) Take-off RVR/Visibility RVR/VIS Facilities Cat A. 17th August 2011 19 .B and C only) RVR information High intensity Runway edge lights and Runway centreline 125m (Cat A. that a pilot is able to continuously identify the take-off surface and maintain directional control. Multiple RVR information (touchdown.B and C) lights (spacing 15 m or less) and 150m (CatD) multiple RVR information Adequate Visual reference means.

Special Weather phenomenon etc. Scheduled operators may be authorized LVTO minima of 125m. the following shall be required: a) Ground Training. C Aircraft & 150 mtrs for Cat D Aircraft. CRM for Low Visibility Operations. For LVTO authorization. RVR or less including one engine inoperative during approach and landing as per applicable procedure e. 17th August 2011 20 . Emphasis should be given on taxiing in low visibility conditions. critical engine seizure at Low Speed. All other operators may seek authorization of LVTO minima of 200m. This training programme outlines the procedures and techniques. VR. LVTO Authorization Use of take-off minima less than 400m (LVTO) requires authorization by DGCA. Simulator check of not less than two hours covering the above to assess the proficiency. for Cat A.) for reduced visibility take-off under weather conditions below landing minima.g. between V1 & VR and on Lift-off and also an exercise of diversion to the designated Take-off alternate from Engine Failure/Fire at V1 including climb-out to en-route airway and landing at Takeoff Alternate at landing minima. Including for Jet aircraft. C Aircraft & 150 mtrs for Cat D Aircraft. These Simulator exercises will cover procedures for aborted take-off due to engine failure at low speed and high speed and action to be taken in case visibility reduces during the take-off run. conditions and requirements (like MEL. Cat III/ autoland. B. 1. Rev. Foreign operators. shall submit requisite documents to DGCA for approval of LVTO at Indian Aerodromes.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Note 3. This requires that a 90m visual segment shall be available from the cockpit at the start of the take-off run. An operator should ensure that a meteorological visibility to RVR conversion is not used for takeoff. V1. who are authorized by their State Regulatory Authority for LVTO. ii) Landing under simulated condition of 125 metres. R/T procedures and avoidance of runway incursions b) Simulator Training The pilots shall be subjected to adequate simulator training (minimum 2 hours) to cover the following and any other relevant maneuvers: i) Take-offs under simulated conditions of 125 metres for Cat A. B.

Estimation of severity of the consequences of a hazard occurring. Evaluation of risk. c) Safety Assessment by Air Operator A safety assessment should be undertaken prior to commencement of Low Visibility Take-off operations by the air operator. airports authorized to be used for LVTO. Estimation of likelihood of a hazard occurring. The first practical step towards achieving this involves a comprehensive safety assessment of the aerodrome which requires examination of all the relevant factors such as layout of the movement area and aeroplane and vehicle routings. air traffic controllers may no longer be able to see the whole movement area of the aerodrome but pilots will still have the capability to see other traffic in their vicinity and to avoid it if necessary. The air operator is required to indicate in the Operations Manual the airfields along with their designated take-off alternate(s) for each of the aerodromes at which LVTO Operations would be carried out. the Pilot’s proficiency to undertake LVTO Operations will be recorded in his/her log book. In worse conditions it may well be that neither the controller nor the pilot will be able to see the other traffic. Identification of hazards. Identify after the above. On successful completion of the above training and checks. Both these factors may be addressed in the risk management process by initiation of adequate steps which are as follows: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii) ix) Development of complete description of Low Visibility Take-off operation.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Pilots will be required to undergo the above minimum training once prior to approval and thereafter checked during yearly proficiency checks as per the recency requirements. meteorological records. The flight crew needs to be briefed with regard to the process of Low Visibility Take-off operations and the same shall be recorded. 17th August 2011 21 . and it may then become essential to have a system which effectively ensures the separation of aeroplane from aeroplane or aeroplane from vehicles. Incorporate the same into the Operations Manual under intimation to the DGCA. and Development of safety assessment documentation for LVTO. 1. Guidance on such systems is given in the Manual of Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (SMGCS) (Doc 9476 of ICAO). The perceived risk associated with a hazardous event depends upon the likelihood of occurrence of event and severity of its consequences. Rev. d) Safety Assessment by Aerodrome Operator In some conditions of limited visibility. The operator should demonstrate that acceptable level of safety is ensured. relevant existing instructions and rules. Mitigation of risk.

iv) v) vi) vii) viii) e) MEL Requirements The following aircraft systems equipment listed as applicable/installed which are critical for LVTO Operations shall be fully serviceable. Non-essential personnel and vehicles to be withdrawn from movement areas when limited visibility weather conditions prevail or are impending. Bharat Bhushan) Director General of Civil Aviation Rev. Maintenance of records by ATS of persons and vehicles on the maneuvering area.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  movement statistics. Essential vehicles permitted to enter the movement area in limited visibility conditions to have R/T communication with ATS. etc. 17th August 2011 22 . Procedures to warn airlines and other organizations with movement area access of the commencement of the more restricted measures. Patrols where necessary in areas of intensive vehicle movement where there is no traffic control point between those areas and the runway. K. Unguarded aerodrome entrances to be locked and inspected at frequent intervals. i) ii) Windshield wipers (where fitted) for both PIC and Co-pilot Window heat system for all heated cockpit windows iii) Anti-skid system iv) Thrust reversers for all engines (E. The action arising from such an assessment will be dependent upon the characteristics of the movement area and the type of operation and will need to include consideration of the following: i) ii) iii) Training of ground personnel. records of runway intrusions. and Development of appropriate emergency procedures. existing security procedures. 1.

Runway end light .Check availability of Approach Lighting System (Basic. 1.Determine DH by subtracting threshold elevation from Decision Altitude.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Appendix 1 CALCULATION OF NORMAL AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA Approach Lighting Systems Full Facilities .High Intensity Simple Approach Lighting System of minimum length 420 metres. Intermediate Facilities .Runway markings. Visibility/ RVR Minima . . Precision Approach Category – I Decision Altitude/Decision Height (DA / DH) .Precision Approach Cat-I Lighting System with minimum length of 740 metres.Runway threshold lights .Runway end lights.Runway edge lights .Add any margin considered necessary to OCA to determine DA.Runway edge lights .Note OCA for the Instrument Approach Procedure as notified by AAI.Runway threshold lights . 17th August 2011 23 . . .Runways markings. Intermediate or Full facilities) Rev. .Runway end lights . . Basic Facilities .Low Intensity Simple Approach Lighting System OR No Approach Lighting System . .Runway edge lights.Runway markings.Runway threshold lights .

Subtract threshold elevation from MDA in case the threshold elevation is more than 7 feet below the airfield elevation. . Visibility/RVR Minima for a Precision Approach Procedure could become more than that of NonPrecision Approach Procedure for the corresponding value of MDH.Check availability of Approach Lighting System (Basic.Refer Table 6-5 (ICAO DOC 9365) to extract Minimum Visibility/RVR Value under the type of ALS available for DH Values between 200 feet and 250 feet. 1. Reduce this value by 400 metres for intermediate facilities ALS and 800 metres for full facilities ALS. calculate the horizontal distance between the beginning of the runway and the point above which the Glide Slope intersects the Decision Height using the following: (DH in feet – 50 feet) x 60 ----------------------------------GS Angle x 3.Calculate MDH by: .Add any margin considered necessary to OCA to determine MDA and round it off to the next higher 10 feet. Non-Precision Approach Minimum Descent Altitude/Minimum Descent Height (MDA/MDH) .CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  . . In such a case. . This reduced value should not fall below a minimum Visibility/RVR of 1000 metres. Using the above method.Note OCA for the Instrument Approach Procedure as notified by AAI. .2808 Metres This horizontal distance (rounded off to the next higher 100 metres) would be the Visibility/RVR Minima with Basic facilities ALS.In case DH Value is more than 300 feet. 17th August 2011 24 .For DH Values between 250 and 300 feet. Intermediate or Full facilities) Rev. the RVR/Visibility Value in the table should be increased by 100 metres. when DH increases beyond a certain value. Visibility/RVR Minima for the Non-Precision Approach Procedure with Basic Facilities ALS corresponding to the DH shall be applicable. Visibility / RVR Minima .Subtracting the airfield elevation from MDA in case the threshold elevation not more than 7 feet below the airfield elevation OR .

. add 400 metres to the value extracted from Table 6-2 or Table 6-3. practically this table is of no use at present. .CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  . add 800 metres to the value extracted from Table 6-2 or Table 6-3.Refer Table 6-3 (ICA DOC 9365) in case MDH is not more than 320 feet. So.In case only Basic facilities ALS is available.The extracted value from Table 6-3 or Table 6-2 is RVR/VIS Minima with Full facilities ALS. Note: So far there is no Instrument Approach Procedure for NonPrecision Approach which has MDH less than 320 feet in India. 1. 17th August 2011 25 .In case only Intermediate facilities ALS is available. Rev. .

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PROCEDURE FOR CALCULATION OF RESTRICTED AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA Approach Lighting Systems Full Facilities - Precision Approach Cat-I Lighting System with minimum length of 740 metres. - Runway threshold lights - Runway edge lights. - Runway end lights. - Runway markings. Intermediate Facilities - High Intensity Simple Approach Lighting System of minimum length 420 metres. - Runway edge lights - Runway threshold lights - Runway end lights - Runway markings. Basic Facilities - Low Intensity Simple Approach Lighting System OR No Approach Lighting System - Runway edge lights - Runway threshold lights - Runway end light - Runways markings.

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This horizontal distance would be the Restricted Visibility Minima with Basic facilities ALS. Using the above method, when DH increases beyond a certain value, visibility/RVR Minima for a Precision Approach Procedure could become more than that of NonPrecision Approach Procedure for the corresponding valued of MDH. In such a case, Visibility/RVR Minima for the Non-Precision Approach Procedure with Basic facilities ALS, corresponding to the DH shall be applicable. Reduce this value by 400 metres for intermediate facilities ALS and 800 metres for full facilities ALS. This reduced value should not fall below a minimum visibility/RVR of 1000 metres. Example Hyderabad ILS Runway 27 (GS angle = 3 degrees) – Aircraft Category ‘A’ Normal OCA = 1915 feet Restricted DA 1915 + 100 = 2015 feet Subtract Threshold Elevation = 1713 feet Restricted DH = 302 feet Restricted Visibility/RVR = (302 – 50) x 60 ----------------------- = 1536 metres rounded off to 1600 mtrs (W/o ALS – Basic Facilities) 3 x 3.2808 For full facilities ALS Restricted Visibility/RVR Minima = 1600 – 800 = 800 metres This value is below 1000 metres so, Restricted Visibility/RVR Minima = 1000 metres (for Full facilities ALS) Precision approach Cat-I – Aircraft Category ‘C’ & ‘D’ Calculation of Decision Altitude/Decision Height (DA/DH) - Note OCA for the Instrument Approach Procedure - Add 50 ft to OCA to determine Restricted DA. - Determine Restricted DH by subtracting threshold elevation from Restricted Decision Altitude.

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- Determine whether Basic, Intermediate or Full facilities ALDs are available (refer Appendix-A). - For DH Value between 250 feet and 300 feet, the Visibility/RVR value given in Table 6.5 (ICAO Doc 9365) (reproduced below) should be increased by 100 metres. - For DH Value more than 300 feet calculate the horizontal distance between the beginning of the runway and the point above which the Glide Slope Intersects the Decision Height using the following formula:

(Restricted DH in ft – 50 ft) x 60 ------------------------------------------- metres GS Angle x 3.2808 This horizontal distance would be the Restricted Visibility Minima with Basic facilities ALS. Using the above method, when DH increases beyond a certain value, visibility/RVR Minima for a Precision Approach procedure could become more than that of NonPrecision Approach Procedure for the corresponding valued of MDH. In such a case, Visibility/RVR Minima for the Non-Precision Approach Procedure with Basic Facilities ALS corresponding to the DH shall be applicable. Reduce this value by 400 metres for intermediate facilities ALS and 800 metres for Full facilities ALS. This reduced value should not fall below a minimum visibility RVR of 1000 metres. Example Calcutta ILS DME Runway o1 R (GS Angle = 3 degrees) – Aircraft Category ‘C’ Normal OCA = 400 feet Restricted DA 400 + 50 = 450 feet Subtract Threshold Elevation = 19 feet Restricted DH = 431 feet Restricted Visibility/RVR (431 – 50) x 60 -------------------- = 2323 metres, rounded off to 2400 metres (W/o ALS – Basic Facilities) 3 x 3.2808

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. 17th August 2011 29 . add 400 metres to the value extracted from Table 6-2 or Table 6-3.Calculate VIS/RVR Minima for Restricted MDH.In case Intermediate facilities are available.Refer Table 6-2 and extract VIS/RVR Value in case MDH is 320 feet or more. . in case MDH is not more than 320 feet. Calculation of Restricted VIS/RVR . .Add 100 feet to the normal MDA/MDH to get the values of Restricted MDA/MDH.Consider MDA = OCA: If OCA Value is not given in steps of 10 ft.subtracting the airfield elevation from MDA in case the threshold elevation is not more than 7 feet below the airfield elevation OR . add 800 metres to the value extracted from Table 6-2 or Table 6-3.. practically this table is of no use at present.Note OCA for the Instrument Approach Procedure . . Calculation of Normal VIS/RVR Minima .The extracted value from Table 6-3 or Table 6-2 is normal RVR/VIS Minima with Full facilities. . Rev. 1. Determine MDA by rounding off OCA to the next higher 10 ft.Determine whether Basic Intermediate or full facilities are available .In case only Basic facilities are available.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I Non-Precision Approach (For all categories of Aircraft) Calculation of Normal MDA/MDH . .Calculate Normal MDH by: 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  . So. Note: So far there is no Instrument Approach Procedure for Non.Refer Table 6-3.Precision Approach which has MDH less than 320 feet in India.Add 400 metres to the VIS/RVR Minima value calculated for normal MDH. . Calculation of Restricted MDA/MDH.subtract threshold elevation from MDA in case the threshold elevation is more than 7 feet below the airfield elevation.

Basic Facilities) Since Rwy 27 at Hyderabad has Full Facilities ALS Restricted Minima will be as given below: Restricted VIS/RVR VIS/RVR MDA (MDH) with ALS W/o ALS (in feet) (in Mtrs) (in Mtrs) -----------------------------------LOC (GS INOP) RWY 27 2400 (687) 3200 4000 Example – 2 Amritsar VOR/DME RWY 16 (Aircraft Category ‘C’) Normal OCA = 1160 feet Normal MDA = 1160 feet Airfield Elevation = 752 feet Threshold Elevation Rwy 16 = 755 feet Subtract 752 ft from MDA to get MDH Normal MDH = 1160 – 752 = 480 feet Normal VIS/RVR = 2000 Metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) Rev.VIS/RVR for restricted MDH = 3200 Metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) . Note: Minimum visibility for Circling Approach and NDB Approach for all categories of Aircraft is 3600 metres.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  . 1.VIS/RVR for Normal MDH+400 M = 2400 + 400 = 2800 metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) .Higher of these two values should be taken as Restricted VIS/RVR Minima. Example 1 Hyderabad LOC GS (INOP) RWY 27 (Aircraft Category ‘C’) Normal OCA = 2300 feet Normal MDA = 2300 feet Airfield Elevation = 1741 feet Threshold Elevation Rwy 27= 1713 feet Subtract 1713 ft from MDA to get MDH Normal MDH = 2300 – 1713 = 587 feet Normal VIS/RVR = 2400 Metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) = 2400 + 800 = 3200 metres (W/o ALS – Basic Facilities) Restricted VIS/RVR Minima . Restricted VIS/RVR Minima = 3200 Metres (with ALS . 17th August 2011 30 .Higher of these two values should be taken as Restricted VIS/RVR Minima So.Full Facilities) = 3200 + 800 = 4000 metres (W/o ALS .

So.Full Facilities) = 4000 + 800 = 4800 metres (W/o ALS .Higher of these two values should be taken as Restricted VIS/RVR Minima.Higher of these two values should be taken as Restricted VIS/RVR Minima So. 1.Basic Facilities) Since Rwy 16 at Amritsar has Full Facilities ALS Restricted Minima will be as given below: Restricted MDA(MDH) (in feet) ---------------VOR DME RWY 16 1260 (508) VIS/RVR with ALS (in Mtrs) ------------VIS/RVR W/o ALS (in Mtrs) ----------3200 Example – 3 Port Blair VOR DME RWY 04 (Aircraft Category ‘C’) Normal OCA = 760 feet Normal MDA = 760 feet Airfield Elevation = 20 feet Threshold Elevation Rwy 04 = 12 feet Subtract 12 ft from MDA to get MDH Normal MDH = 760-12 = 748 feet Normal VIS/RVR = 3600 Metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) = 3600 + 800 = 4400 metres (W/o ALS – Basic Facilities) Restricted MDA = 760 + 100 = 860 feet Restricted MDH = 748 + 100 = 848 feet Restricted VIS/RVR Minima . Restricted VIS/RVR Minima = 2400 Metres (with ALS .VIS/RVR for Normal MDH+400 M = 4000 Metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) = 3600 + 400 = 4000 metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) .Full Facilities) = 2400 + 800 = 3200 metres (W/o ALS .VIS/RVR for restricted MDH .CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  = 2000 + 800 = 2800 metres (W/o ALS – Basic Facilities) Restricted MDA = 1160 + 100 = 1260 feet Restricted MDH = 408 + 100 = 508 Restricted VIS/RVR Minima . Restricted VIS/RVR Minima = 4000 Metres (with ALS .VIS/RVR for Normal MDH+400 M = 2000 Metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) = 2000 + 400 = 2400 metres (with ALS – Full Facilities) . In this case both the values are same.VIS/RVR for restricted MDH .Basic Facilities) Rev. 17th August 2011 31 .

1.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Since Rwy 04 at Port Blair has Full Facilities ALS Restricted Minima will be as given below: Restricted MDA(MDH) (in feet) ---------------860 (848) VIS/RVR with ALS (in Mtrs) ------------VIS/RVR W/o ALS (in Mtrs) ----------4800 VOR DME RWY 04 Rev. 17th August 2011 32 .

2010 Rev. 1.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  ANNEXURE 1 AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA (TABLES) Updated as on 08-01. 17th August 2011 33 .

Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Simple Approach Light System.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . .2010.01. THR ELEV RWY 18 THR 45 Ft CATEGORY A PROCEDURE OCA ILS/ILS(Y) Rwy 18 GP INOP Rwy 18 GP INOP(Y) Rwy 18 VOR(Y) Rwy 18 VOR(X) Rwy 18 VOR(X) Rwy 36 NDB Circling Visual Circling 280 450 450 500 450 450 580 580 MDA(H) 280(235) 450(404) 450(404) 500(454) 450(404) 450(404) 580(534) 580(534) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 800 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 W/O ALS 1200 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 3600 3600 OCA 280 450 450 500 450 450 580 580 Aerodrome Elev. Simple Approach Light System. THR ELEV RWY 18 THR 45 Ft CATEGORY A PROCEDURE OCA ILS/ILS(Y) Rwy 18 GP INOP Rwy 18 GP INOP(Y) Rwy 18 VOR(Y) Rwy 18 VOR(X) Rwy 18 VOR(X) Rwy 36 NDB Circling Visual Circling 280 450 450 500 450 450 580 580 MDA(H) 380(335) 550(504) 550(504) 600(554) 550(504) 550(504) 680(634) 680(634) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 W/O ALS 1800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 3600 3600 OCA 280 450 450 500 450 450 580 580 CATEGORY B MDA(H) 380(335) 550(504) 550(504) 600(554) 550(504) 550(504) 680(634) 680(634) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1400 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 W/O ALS 1800 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 3600 3600 OCA 280 450 450 500 450 450 760 760 CATEGORY C MDA(H) 330(285) 550(504) 550(504) 600(554) 550(504) 550(504) 860(814) 860(814) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 W/O ALS 1300 3200 3200 3200 3200 3200 4800 4800 THR 46 Ft Runway 18 .AGARTALA AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.High Intensity. 46 Ft CATEGORY C W/O ALS 1200 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 3600 3600 OCA 280 450 450 500 450 450 760 760 MDA(H) 280(235) 450(404) 450(404) 500(454) 450(404) 450(404) 760(714) 760(714) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 800 2400 2400 2400 2400 2400 W/O ALS 1200 2800 2800 2800 2800 2800 4000 4000 CATEGORY B MDA(H) 280(235) 450(404) 450(404) 500(454) 450(404) 450(404) 580(534) 580(534) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 800 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 THR 46 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Runway 36 . Rev dated 08. Changes are reflected in red.High Intensity. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

High Intensity. THR ELEV Rwy 23 THR 189 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 23 GP INOP Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 23 NDB Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 05 OCA 430 730 730 730 630 OCA 430 730 730 730 760 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 430(241) 800(550) 1200 730(541) 1600 2400 730(541) 1600 2400 730(541) 630(450) 3600 2000 3600 2400 OCA 430 730 730 730 760 OCA 430 730 730 730 630 Rwy 05 THR 180 Ft Visual Circling 880 880(691) - 3600 880 880(691) - 3600 970 970(781) - 4400 970 970(781) - 4800 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Length 420M =INTERMEDIATE Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.AHMEDABAD AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 430(241) 800(550) 1200 730(541) 1600 2400 730(541) 1600 2400 730(541) 630(450) 3600 2000 3600 2400 Aerodrome Elev. Length 750M = Full Facility Runway 05 . Simple Approach Light System.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .I Approach Light System.High Intensity.2010. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.189 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 430(241) 800(550) 1200 730(541) 2400 3200 730(541) 2400 3200 730(541) 630(450) 3600 2400 3600 2800 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 430(241) 800(550) 1200 730(541) 2800 3600 730(541) 2800 3600 730(541) 630(450) 3600 2800 3600 3200 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Changes are reflected in red. THR ELEV Rwy 23 THR 189 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 23 GP INOP Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 23 NDB Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 05 OCA 430 730 730 730 630 MDA(H) CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1000 2000 2000 3600 2400 W/O ALS 1800 2800 2800 3600 2800 OCA 430 730 730 730 630 MDA(H) CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1000 2000 2000 3600 2400 W/O ALS 1800 2800 2800 3600 2800 OCA 430 730 730 730 630 MDA(H) CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 2800 2800 3600 2800 W/O ALS 1300 3600 3600 3600 3200 OCA 430 730 730 730 630 MDA(H) CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 3200 3200 3600 3200 W/O ALS 1300 4000 4000 4000 3600 530(341) 830(641) 830(641) 830(641) 730(550) 530(341) 830(641) 830(641) 830(641) 730(550) 480(291) 830(641) 830(641) 830(641) 730(550) 480(291) 830(641) 830(641) 830(641) 730(550) Rwy 05 THR 180 Ft Visual Circling 880 980(791) - 3600 880 980(791) - 3600 970 1070(881) - 4800 970 1070(881) - 5000 Runway 23 . CAT.01. Rev dated 08. . .

CAT I Approach Light System Available = Full Facility Runway 16 . THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA 1050 1160 1160 1370 1420 1270 1160 1210 1420 OCA 1050 1160 1160 1370 1420 1270 1160 1210 1420 Rwy 34 ILS Rwy 34 THR 751 Ft GP INOP Rwy 34 VOR(X) With FAF Rwy 34 VOR (X) W/O FAF Rwy 34 VOR(Y)Rwy 34 NDB Rwy 34 Rwy 16 VOR DME Rwy 16 THR 755 Ft VOR Rwy 16 Visual Circling RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.756 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1050(299) 900 1300 1160(404) 1600 2400 1160(404) 1600 2400 1370(614) 1600 2400 1420(664) 1600 2400 1270(514) 3600 1160(404) 2400 1210(454) 2400 1420(664) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1050 1050(299) 900 1300 1160 1160(404) 2000 2800 1160 1160(404) 2000 2800 1370 1370(614) 2800 3600 1420 1420(664) 2800 3600 Straight-In Approach Not Available 1160 1210 1520 1160(404) 1210(454) 1520(764) 2800 2800 4400 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) OCA With ALS W/O ALS 1050 1050(299) 900 1300 1160 1160(404) 2400 3200 1160 1160(404) 2400 3200 1370 1370(614) 3200 4000 1420 1420(664) 3200 4000 Straight-In Approach Not Available 1160 1210 1520 1160(404) 1210(454) 1520(764) 3200 3200 4800 RUNWAY. THR ELEV Rwy 34 PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 34 OCA 1050 1160 1160 1370 1420 1270 1160 1210 1420 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1150(399) 1400 2200 1260(504) 1260(504) 1470(714) 1520(764) 1370(614) 1260(504) 1310(554) 1520(764) 2000 2000 2000 2000 2800 2800 2800 2800 3600 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1050 1160 1160 1370 1420 1270 1160 1210 1420 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1150(399) 1400 2200 1260(504) 1260(504) 1470(714) 1520(764) 1370(614) 1260(504) 1310(554) 1520(764) 2000 2000 2000 2000 2800 2800 2800 2800 3600 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1050 1160 1160 1370 1420 1160 1210 1520 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1100(349) 1100 1900 1260(504) 1260(504) 1470(714) 2400 2400 3200 3200 3200 4000 OCA 1050 1160 1160 1370 1420 1160 1210 1520 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1100(349) 1100 1900 1260(504) 1260(504) 1470(714) 2800 2800 3600 3600 3600 4400 THR 751 Ft GP INOP Rwy 34 VOR(X) With FAF Rwy 34 VOR(X) W/O FAF Rwy 34 VOR(Y) Rwy 34 NDB Rwy 34 Rwy 16 VOR DME Rwy 16 THR 755 Ft VOR Rwy 16 Visual Circling 1520(764) 3200 4400 Straight-In Approach Not Available 1260(504) 1310(554) 1620(864) 3200 3200 4800 1520(764) 3600 4800 Straight-In Approach Not Available 1260(504) 1310(554) 1620(864) 3600 3600 5000 Runway 34 .2010.Simple Approach Light System WITHDRAWN = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.01. Changes are reflected in red.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .AMRITSAR AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1050(299) 900 1300 1160(404) 1600 2400 1160(404) 1600 2400 1370(614) 1600 2400 1420(664) 1600 2400 1270(514) 3600 1160(404) 2400 1210(454) 2400 1420(664) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. Rev dated 08. . . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

01. .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Length 300M = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degree AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.1911 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(226) 1200 2290(406) 2400 2310(426) 2400 2620(736) 2400 2900(1016) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(226) 1200 2290(406) 2800 2310(426) 2800 2620(736) 4000 2900(1016) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.AURANGABAD AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(226) 1200 2290(406) 2400 2310(426) 2400 2620(736) 2400 2900(1016) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 1884 PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME With FAF Rwy 27 VOR DME W/O FAF Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 Visual Circling OCA 2110 2290 2310 2620 2900 2900 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2210(326) 1700 2390(506) 2800 2410(526) 2800 2720(836) 2800 3000(1116) 3600 OCA 2110 2290 2310 2620 2900 2900 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2210(326) 1700 2390(506) 2800 2410(526) 2800 2720(836) 2800 3000(1116) 3600 OCA 2110 2290 2310 2620 2900 3330 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2160(276) 1300 2390(506) 3200 2410(526) 3200 2720(836) 4800 3000(1116) 5000 RWY 09 THR 1911 3000(1089) 3600 3000(1089) 3600 3430(1519) 5000 Runway 27 . Rev dated 08. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 1884 PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME With FAF Rwy 27 VOR DME W/O FAF Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 Visual Circling OCA 2110 2290 2310 2620 2900 2900 OCA 2110 2290 2310 2620 2900 2900 OCA 2110 2290 2310 2620 2900 3330 RWY 09 THR 1911 2900(989) 3600 2900(989) 3600 3330(1419) 5000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.Abridged Simple Approach Light System.Abridged Simple Approach Light System. Length 300M = Basic Facility Runway 09 .

Abridged Simple Approach Light System. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Length 300M = Basic Facility Runway 09 . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 2893 Ft PROCEDURE ILS DME Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME ARC Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 ASR Rwy 27 PAR Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 ASR Rwy 09 PAR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 3140 3300 3300 3350 3600 3200 3300 3600 3600 3200 3600 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3240(347) 1900 3400(507) 2800 3400(507) 2800 3450(557) 2800 3700(807) 2800 3300(407) 2200 3400(526) 2800 3700(826) 2800 3700(826) 2800 3300(426) 2300 3700(788) 3600 OCA 3140 3300 3300 3350 3600 3200 3300 3600 3600 3200 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3240(347) 1900 3400(507) 2800 3400(507) 2800 3450(557) 2800 3700(807) 2800 3300(407) 2200 3400(526) 2800 3700(826) 2800 3700(826) 2800 3300(426) 2300 3700(788) 3600 OCA 3140 3300 3300 3530 3600 3200 3300 3960 3600 3200 3960 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3190(297) 1300 3400(507) 3200 3400(507) 3200 3630(737) 4000 3700(807) 4400 3250(357) 1900 3400(526) 3200 4060(1186) 5000 3700(826) 4800 3250(376) 2000 4060(1148) 5000 OCA 3140 3300 3300 3530 3600 3200 3300 3960 3600 3200 3960 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3190(297) 1300 3400(507) 3600 3400(507) 3600 3630(737) 4400 3700(807) 4800 3250(357) 1900 3400(526) 3600 4060(1186) 5000 3700(826) 5000 3250(376) 2000 4060(1148) 5000 RWY 09 THR 2874 Ft Runway 27 .2010 . Abridged Simple Approach Light System.High Intensity.BANGLORE AIRPORT NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Length 300M = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.01. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 2893 Ft PROCEDURE ILS DME Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME ARC Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 ASR Rwy 27 PAR Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 ASR Rwy 09 PAR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 3140 3300 3300 3350 3600 3200 3300 3600 3600 3200 3600 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3140(247) 1200 3300(407) 2400 3300(407) 2400 3350(457) 2400 3600(707) 2400 3200(307) 1600 3300(426) 2400 3600(726) 2400 3600(726) 2400 3200(326) 1700 3600(688) 3600 OCA 3140 3300 3300 3350 3600 3200 3300 3600 3600 3200 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3140(247) 1200 3300(407) 2400 3300(407) 2400 3350(457) 2400 3600(707) 2400 3200(307) 1600 3300(426) 2400 3600(726) 2400 3600(726) 2400 3200(326) 1700 3600(688) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. Rev dated 08.High Intensity.2912 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3140(247) 1200 3300(407) 2800 3300(407) 2800 3530(637) 3600 3600(707) 4000 3200(307) 1600 3300(426) 2800 3960(1086) 5000 3600(726) 4000 3200(326) 1700 3960(1048) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3140(247) 1200 3300(407) 3200 3300(407) 3200 3530(637) 4000 3600(707) 4400 3200(307) 1600 3300(426) 3200 3960(1086) 5000 3600(726) 4400 3200(326) 1700 3960(1048) 5000 OCA 3140 3300 3300 3530 3600 3200 3300 3960 3600 3200 3960 OCA 3140 3300 3300 3530 3600 3200 3300 3960 3600 3200 3960 RWY 09 THR 2874 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. .

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .2010 . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. Rev dated 08.BELGAUM AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3290(839) 2400 3340(889) 2800 3030(552) 2400 3590(1112) 3600 3590(1103) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 2451 Ft RWY 08 THR 2478 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 26 VOR Rwy 26 VOR DME Rwy 08 VOR Rwy 08 Visual Circling OCA 3290 3340 3030 3590 3590 OCA 3290 3340 3030 3590 3590 OCA RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.2487 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3290(839) 2800 3340(889) 3200 3030(552) 2400 3590(1112) 3600 3590(1103) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.01. . THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 2451 Ft RWY 08 THR 2478 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 26 VOR Rwy 26 VOR DME Rwy 08 VOR Rwy 08 Visual Circling OCA 3290 3340 3030 3590 3590 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3390(939) 2800 3440(989) 3200 3130(652) 2800 3690(1212) 3600 3690(1203) 3600 OCA 3290 3340 3030 3590 3590 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3390(939) 3200 3440(989) 3600 3130(652) 2800 3690(1212) 3600 3690(1203) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS Runway 26 .Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility Runway 08 .Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.44 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 242(220) 1200 450(428) 2800 420(398) 2800 470(448) 2800 520(498) 3600 520(476) 2800 950(906) 5000 950(906) 5000 RWY 25 THR 22 Ft RWY 07 THR 38 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 242(220) 1200 450(428) 2400 420(398) 2400 470(448) 2400 520(498) 3600 520(476) 2400 910(866) 2800 910(866) 3600 OCA 242 450 420 470 520 520 950 950 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility Runway 07 . THR ELEV PROCEDURE ILS RWY25 GP INOP RWY25 VOR DME Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 NDB Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 Visual Circling OCA 242 450 420 470 520 520 910 910 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 242(220) 1200 450(428) 2400 420(398) 2400 470(448) 2400 520(498) 3600 520(476) 2400 910(866) 2400 910(866) 3600 OCA 242 450 420 470 520 520 910 910 AERODROME ELEV.BHAVNAGAR AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 .01. Rev dated 08. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV PROCEDURE ILS RWY25 GP INOP RWY25 VOR DME Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 NDB Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 Visual Circling OCA 242 450 420 470 520 520 910 910 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 342(320) 1700 550(528) 2800 520(498) 2800 570(548) 2800 620(598) 3600 620(576) 2800 1010(966) 3200 1010(966) 3600 OCA 242 450 420 470 520 520 910 910 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 342(320) 1700 550(528) 2800 520(498) 2800 570(548) 2800 620(598) 3600 620(576) 2800 1010(966) 3600 1010(966) 3600 OCA 242 450 420 470 520 520 950 950 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 292(270) 1400 550(528) 3200 520(498) 3200 570(548) 3200 620(598) 3600 620(576) 3200 1050(1006) 5000 1050(1006) 5000 RWY 25 THR 22 Ft RWY 07 THR 38 Ft Runway 25 . .

2010 .High Intensity. THR ELEV RWY 30 THR 1709 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 30 GP INOP Rwy 30 VOR DME Rwy 30 VOR Rwy 30 VOR DME Rwy 12 VOR Rwy 12 Visual Circling OCA 1940 2280 2380 2430 2350 2400 2430 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2040(331) 1000 1800 2380(671) 2000 2800 2480(771) 2000 2800 2530(821) 2000 2800 2450(731) 2400 2800 2500(781) 2400 2800 2530(811) 3600 OCA 1940 2280 2380 2430 2350 2400 2430 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2040(331) 1000 1800 2380(671) 2000 2800 2480(771) 2000 2800 2530(821) 2000 2800 2450(731) 2400 2800 2500(781) 2400 2800 2530(811) 3600 OCA 1940 2280 2380 2430 2350 2400 2630 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1990(281) 1000 1500 2380(671) 3200 4000 2480(771) 3600 4400 2530(821) 4000 4800 2450(731) 3600 4000 2500(781) 3600 4400 2730(1011) 5000 RWY 12 THR 1713 Ft Runway 30 . Length 420M = Intermediate Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Simple Approach light System. THR ELEV RWY 30 THR 1709 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 30 GP INOP Rwy 30 VOR DME Rwy 30 VOR Rwy 30 VOR DME Rwy 12 VOR Rwy 12 Visual Circling OCA 1940 2280 2380 2430 2350 2400 2430 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1940(231) 800 1200 2280(571) 1600 2400 2380(671) 1600 2400 2430(721) 1600 2400 2350(631) 2000 2400 2400(681) 2000 2400 2430(711) 3600 OCA 1940 2280 2380 2430 2350 2400 2430 AERODROME ELEV. Rev dated 08.01.1719 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1940(231) 800 1200 2280(571) 2400 3200 2380(671) 3200 4000 2430(721) 3200 4000 2350(631) 3200 3600 2400(681) 3200 4000 2630(911) 5000 RWY 12 THR 1713 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1940(231) 800 1200 2280(571) 1600 2400 2380(671) 1600 2400 2430(721) 1600 2400 2350(631) 2000 2400 2400(681) 2000 2400 2430(711) 3600 OCA 1940 2280 2380 2430 2350 2400 2630 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.High Intensity.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Length 900M = Full Facility Runway 12 .BHOPAL AIRPORT NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. Cat I Approach Light System.

138 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 320(205) 800 1200 650(535) 2400 3200 650(535) 2400 3200 960(845) 4000 4800 590(468) 2800 640(518) 2800 640(518) 3600 1000(862) 4800 RWY 32 THR 122 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 320(205) 800 1200 650(535) 1600 2400 650(535) 1600 2400 960(845) 2000 2800 590(468) 2400 640(518) 2400 640(518) 3600 960(822) 3600 OCA 320 650 650 960 590 640 640 1000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.BHUBANESHWAR AIRPORT NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.CAT I Approach Light System Available Runway 32 . . THR ELEV RWY 14 THR 115 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 14 GP INOP Rwy 14 VOR DME Rwy 14 VOR Rwy 14 VOR DME Rwy 32 VOR Rwy 32 NDB 32 Visual Circling OCA 320 650 650 960 590 640 640 960 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 420(305) 1000 1600 750(635) 2000 2800 750(635) 2000 2800 1060(945) 2000 2800 690(568) 2800 740(618) 2800 740(618) 3600 1060(922) 3600 OCA 320 650 650 960 590 640 640 960 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 420(305) 1000 1600 750(635) 2000 2800 750(635) 2000 2800 1060(945) 2400 3200 690(568) 2800 740(618) 2800 740(618) 3600 1060(922) 3600 OCA 320 650 650 960 590 640 640 1000 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 370(255) 900 1300 750(635) 2800 3600 750(635) 2800 3600 1060(945) 440000% 5000 690(568) 3200 740(618) 3600 740(618) 3600 1100(962) 5000 RWY 32 THR 122 Ft Runway 14 . Rev dated 08.Approach Light System Not Available Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. THR ELEV RWY 14 THR 115 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 14 GP INOP Rwy 14 VOR DME Rwy 14 VOR Rwy 14 VOR DME Rwy 32 VOR Rwy 32 NDB 32 Visual Circling OCA 320 650 650 960 590 640 640 960 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 320(205) 800 1200 650(535) 1600 2400 650(535) 1600 2400 960(845) 1600 2400 590(468) 2400 640(518) 2400 640(518) 3600 960(822) 3600 OCA 320 650 650 960 590 640 640 960 AERODROME ELEV.2010 .01.

Abridged Simple Approach light System. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.High Intensity.High Intensity. Rev dated 08. Abridged Simple Approach Light System.2010 .342 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 980(655) 2400 1270(945) 3200 1380(1055) 3600 800(488) 2400 1020(708) 2400 890(578) 3600 1380(1038) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 980(655) 3500 1270(945) 5000 1380(1055) 5000 800(488) 2800 1020(708) 4000 890(578) 3600 1570(1228) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 990(665) 3600 1270(945) 5000 1380(1055) 5000 800(488) 3600 1020(708) 4400 890(578) 3600 1570(1228) 5000 RUNWAY. Length 150M = BASIC FACILITY Runway 10 .2 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. THR ELEV RWY 28 THR 325 Ft RWY 10 THR 312 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 28 GP INOP Rwy 28 VOR DME Rwy 28 VOR DME Rwy 10 VOR Rwy 10 NDB Rwy 10 Visual Circling OCA 980 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1380 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1080(755) 2800 1370(1045) 3600 1480(1155) 3600 900(588) 2800 1120(808) 2800 990(678) 3600 1480(1138) 3600 OCA 980 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1380 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1080(755) 2800 1370(1045) 3600 1480(1155) 3600 900(588) 2800 1120(808) 2800 990(678) 3600 1480(1138) 3600 OCA 980 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1570 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1030(705) 3800 1370(1045) 5000 1480(1155) 5000 900(588) 3200 1120(808) 4400 990(678) 4000 1670(1328) 5000 OCA 990 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1570 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1040(715) 3900 1370(1045) 5000 1480(1155) 5000 900(588) 4000 1120(808) 4800 990(678) 4400 1670(1328) 5000 Runway 28 . Length 150M = BASIC FACILITY Glide Path Angle 3.01.CALICUT AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 980(655) 2400 1270(945) 2800 1380(1055) 3600 800(488) 2400 1020(708) 2400 890(578) 3600 1380(1038) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. THR ELEV RWY 28 THR 325 Ft RWY 10 THR 312 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 28 GP INOP Rwy 28 VOR DME Rwy 28 VOR DME Rwy 10 VOR Rwy 10 NDB Rwy 10 Visual Circling OCA 980 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1380 OCA 980 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1380 OCA 980 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1570 OCA 990 1270 1380 800 1020 890 1570 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . .

Length 540M = Intermediate Facility Runway 12 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .2010 . THR ELEV RWY 07 THR 40 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 07 GP INOP Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 LCTR (MA) Rwy 07 ASR Rwy 07 ILS Rwy 25 GP INOP Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 ASR Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 12 ASR Rwy 12 VOR Rwy 30 ASR Rwy 30 Visual Circling OCA 284 540 810 810 810 330 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 900 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 384(344) 1000 1800 640(600) 2000 2800 910(870) 2000 2800 910(870) 3600 3600 910(870) 2000 2800 430(378) 1300 1700 710(658) 2400 2800 910(858) 2400 2800 790(738) 2400 2800 910(878) 2800 780(748) 2800 910(858) 2800 790(738) 2800 1000(948) 3600 OCA 284 540 810 810 810 330 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 900 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 384(344) 1000 1800 640(600) 2000 2800 910(870) 2400 3200 910(870) 3600 3600 910(870) 2400 3200 430(378) 1300 1700 710(658) 2400 2800 910(858) 2800 3200 790(738) 2400 2800 910(878) 3200 780(748) 2800 910(858) 3200 790(738) 2800 1000(948) 3600 OCA 284 540 810 810 810 350 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 960 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 334(294) 900(650) 1300 640(600) 2400 3200 910(870) 4000 4800 910(870) 4000 4800 910(870) 4000 4800 400(348) 1100 1500 710(658) 3200 3600 910(858) 4400 4800 790(738) 3600 4000 910(878) 4800 780(748) 4400 910(858) 4800 790(738) 4000 1060(1008) 5000 OCA 284 540 810 810 810 350 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 960 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 334(294) 900(650) 1300 640(600) 3200 4000 910(870) 4400 5000 910(870) 4400 5000 910(870) 4400 5000 400(348) 1100 1500 710(658) 3600 4000 910(858) 4800 5000 790(738) 4000 4400 910(878) 5000 780(748) 4800 910(858) 5000 790(738) 4400 1060(1008) 5000 THR 52 Ft RWY 12 RWY 30 Runway 07 . THR ELEV RWY 07 THR 40 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 07 GP INOP Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 LCTR (MA) Rwy 07 ASR Rwy 07 ILS Rwy 25 GP INOP Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 ASR Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 12 ASR Rwy 12 VOR Rwy 30 ASR Rwy 30 Visual Circling OCA 284 540 810 810 810 330 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 900 OCA 284 540 810 810 810 330 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 900 OCA 284 540 810 810 810 350 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 960 OCA 284 540 810 810 810 350 610 810 690 810 680 810 690 960 THR 52 Ft RWY 12 RWY 30 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. Length 900M = Full Facility.CAT-I Approach Light System.Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE Runway 30 . Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees Runway 25 .Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. .52 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 284(244) 800(550) 1200 540(500) 1600 2400 810(770) 2000 2800 810(770) 3600 3600 810(770) 2000 2800 330(278) 900 1300 610(558) 2000 2400 810(758) 2400 2800 690(638) 2000 2400 810(778) 2800 680(648) 2400 810(758) 2800 690(638) 2400 900(848) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 284(244) 800(550) 1200 540(500) 2000 2800 810(770) 3600 4400 810(770) 3600 4400 810(770) 3600 4400 350(298) 900 1300 610(558) 2800 3200 810(758) 4000 4400 690(638) 3200 3600 810(778) 4400 680(648) 3600 810(758) 4400 690(638) 3600 960(908) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 284(244) 800(550) 1200 540(500) 2800 3600 810(770) 4000 4800 810(770) 4000 4800 810(770) 4000 4800 350(298) 900 1300 610(558) 3200 3600 810(758) 4400 4800 690(638) 3600 4000 810(778) 4800 680(648) 4000 810(758) 4800 690(638) 4000 960(908) 5000 RUNWAY.CHENNAI AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 284(244) 800(550) 1200 540(500) 1600 2400 810(770) 1600 2400 810(770) 3600 3600 810(770) 1600 2400 330(278) 900 1300 610(558) 2000 2400 810(758) 2000 2400 690(638) 2000 2400 810(778) 2400 680(648) 2400 810(758) 2400 690(638) 2400 900(848) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.01.Simple Approach Light System.

CAT-I Approach Light System. Rev dated 08.High Intensity. Length 420M = Intermdiate Facility Glide Slope Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 30 Ft PROCEDURE ILS(X/Y/Z) Rwy 27 GP INOP(X/Y/Z) Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 300 690 620 470 520 690 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 400(370) 1200 2000 790(760) 720(690) 570(540) 620(590) 790(760) 2000 2000 2400 2400 2800 2800 2800 2800 3600 OCA 300 690 620 470 520 690 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 400(370) 1200 2000 790(760) 720(690) 570(540) 620(590) 790(760) 2000 2000 2400 2400 2800 2800 2800 2800 3600 OCA 320 690 620 470 520 730 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 370(340) 1000 1800 790(760) 720(690) 570(540) 620(590) 830(800) 3600 3200 2800 2800 4400 4000 3200 3200 4400 OCA 320 690 620 470 520 730 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 370(340) 1000 1800 790(760) 720(690) 570(540) 620(590) 830(800) 4000 3600 3200 3600 4800 4400 3600 4000 4800 RWY 09 THR 28 Ft Runway 27 . .30 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 320(290) 900(650) 1300 690(660) 2800 3600 620(590) 2400 3200 470(440) 2400 2800 520(490) 2400 2800 730(700) 4000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 320(290) 900(650) 1300 690(660) 3200 4000 620(590) 2800 3600 470(440) 2800 3200 520(490) 3200 3600 730(700) 4400 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.01.COCHIN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 300(270) 900(650) 1300 690(660) 1600 2400 620(590) 1600 2400 470(440) 2000 2400 520(490) 2000 2400 690(660) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.Hight Intensity. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 30 Ft RWY 09 THR 28 Ft PROCEDURE ILS (X/Y/Z) Rwy 27 GPINOP(X/Y/Z)Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 300 690 620 470 520 690 OCA 300 690 620 470 520 690 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 300(270) 900(650) 1300 690(660) 1600 2400 620(590) 1600 2400 470(440) 2000 2400 520(490) 2000 2400 690(660) 3600 OCA 320 690 620 470 520 730 OCA 320 690 620 470 520 730 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Length 900M = Full Facility Runway 09 . Simple Approach Light System.2010 .

Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.Intermediate Facility Runway 05 .CAT. Length .I ALS.2010 . THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 1275 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 23 GP INOP Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 23 VOR Rwy 23 NDB Rwy 23 Visual Circling OCA 1500 1730 1730 1780 1780 MDA(H) CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1300 2400 2400 2400 3600 W/O ALS 1700 2800 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1500 1730 1730 1780 1780 MDA(H) CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1300 2400 2400 2400 3600 W/O ALS 1700 2800 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1520 1730 1730 1780 1780 MDA(H) CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900 2800 2800 3200 3600 W/O ALS 1300 3200 3200 3600 3600 OCA 1520 1730 1730 1780 1780 MDA(H) CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900 3200 3200 3600 3600 W/O ALS 1300 3600 3600 4000 4000 1600(325) 1830(555) 1830(555) 1880(605) 1880(605) 1600(325) 1830(555) 1830(555) 1880(605) 1880(605) 1570(295) 1830(555) 1830(555) 1880(605) 1880(605) 1570(295) 1830(555) 1830(555) 1880(605) 1880(605) RWY 05 THR 1323 Ft 1820 1920(596) - 3600 1820 1920(596) - 3600 2260 2360(1036) - 5000 2260 2360(1037) - 5000 Runway 23 .Approach Light System Not Available Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 1275 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 23 GP INOP Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 23 VOR Rwy 23 NDB Rwy 23 Visual Circling OCA 1500 1730 1730 1780 1780 OCA 1500 1730 1730 1780 1780 OCA 1520 1730 1730 1780 1780 OCA 1520 1730 1730 1780 1780 RWY 05 THR 1323 Ft 1820 1820(496) - 3600 1820 1820(496) - 3600 2260 2260(936) - 5000 2260 2260(937) - 5000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.COIMBATORE AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1500(225) 800 1200 1730(455) 2000 2400 1730(455) 2000 2400 1780(505) 2000 2400 1780(505) 3600 3600 AERODROME ELEV. Rev dated 08. .01.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .1324 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1500(225) 800 1200 1730(455) 2000 2400 1730(455) 2000 2400 1780(505) 2000 2400 1780(505) 3600 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1520(245) 800 1200 1730(455) 2400 2800 1730(455) 2400 2800 1780(505) 2400 2800 1780(505) 3600 3600 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1520(245) 800 1200 1730(455) 2800 3200 1730(455) 2800 3200 1780(505) 3200 3600 1780(505) 3600 3600 RUNWAY.

Runway 09 .High Intensity. Cat I Approach Light System. THR ELEV RWY 28 THR 777 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Cat-I Rwy 28 GP INOP Rwy 28 VOR(X) Rwy 28 ASR Rwy 28 ILS Rwy 10 GP INOP Rwy10 VOR(X) Rwy 10 ASR Rwy 10 ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 NDB(X) Rwy 27 NDB(Y) Rwy 27 ASR Rwy 27 VOR (X) Rwy 09 ASR Rwy 09 ILS Cat-I Rwy 29 GP INOP Rwy 29 VOR Rwy 29 ILS Rwy 11 GP INOP Rwy11 VOR Rwy 11 Visual Circling OCA 986 1220 1300 1420 970 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1470 OCA 986 1220 1300 1420 970 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1470 MDA(H) OCA 1006 1220 1300 1420 990 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1570 MDA(H) OCA 1006 1220 1300 1420 990 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1570 MDA(H) RWY 10 THR 719 Ft RWY 27 THR 750 Ft RWY 09 RWY 29 THR 751 ft RWY 11 THR 724 ft 986(209) 1220(443) 1300(523) 1420(643) 970(251) 1120(401) 1180(461) 1360(641) 1020(270) 1190(440) 1210(460) 1210(460) 1390(640) 1180(463) 1360(643) 951(200) 1280(529) 1300(549) 924(200) 1130(406) 1180(461) 1470(693) 1006(229) 1220(443) 1300(523) 1420(643) 990(271) 1120(401) 1180(461) 1360(641) 1020(270) 1190(440) 1210(460) 1210(460) 1390(640) 1180(463) 1360(643) 951(200) 1280(529) 1300(549) 924(200) 1130(406) 1180(461) 1570(793) 1006(229) 1220(443) 1300(523) 1420(643) 990(271) 1120(401) 1180(461) 1360(641) 1020(270) 1190(440) 1210(460) 1210(460) 1390(640) 1180(463) 1360(643) 951(200) 1280(529) 1300(549) 924(200) 1130(406) 1180(461) 1570(793) RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 . Length 570M = Intermediate Facility.High Intensity. Cat I Approach Light System. Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Runway 10 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .High Intensity.DELHI (IGI) AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 986(209) 800(550) 1200 1220(443) 1600 2400 1300(523) 1600 2400 1420(643) 1600 2400 970(251) 900 1300 1120(401) 2000 2400 1180(461) 2000 2400 1360(641) 2000 2400 1020(270) 900 1300 1190(440) 2000 2400 1210(460) 3600 3600 1210(460) 3600 3600 1390(640) 2000 2400 1180(463) 2000 2400 1360(643) 2000 2400 951(200) 800(550) 1200 1280(529) 1600 2400 1300(549) 1600 2400 924(200) 800(550) 1200 1130(406) 1600 2400 1180(461) 2000 2400 1470(693) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. Simple Approach Light System. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility.High Intensity. Length 600M = Intermediate Facility. .01. Rev dated 08. Runway 27 . Length 900M = Full Facility. Cat II Approach Light System. THR ELEV RWY 28 THR 777 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Cat-I Rwy 28 GP INOP Rwy 28 VOR (X) Rwy 28 ASR Rwy 28 ILS Rwy 10 GP INOP Rwy10 VOR (X) Rwy 10 ASR Rwy 10 ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 NDB(X) Rwy 27 NDB(Y) Rwy 27 ASR Rwy 27 VORX) Rwy 09 ASR Rwy 09 ILS Cat-I Rwy 29 GP INOP Rwy 29 VOR Rwy 29 ILS Rwy 11 GP INOP Rwy11 VOR Rwy 11 Visual Circling OCA 986 1220 1300 1420 970 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1470 MDA(H) CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1000 2000 2000 2000 1500 2400 2400 2400 1600 2400 3600 3600 2400 2400 2400 1000 2000 2000 1000 2000 2400 W/O ALS 1600 2800 2800 2800 1900 2800 2800 2800 2000 2800 3600 3600 2800 2800 2800 1600 2800 2800 1600 2800 2800 3600 OCA 986 1220 1300 1420 970 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1470 MDA(H) CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1000 2000 2000 2000 1500 2400 2400 2400 1600 2400 3600 3600 2400 2400 2400 1000 2000 2000 1000 2000 2400 W/O ALS 1600 2800 2800 2800 1900 2800 2800 2800 2000 2800 3600 3600 2800 2800 2800 1600 2800 2800 1600 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1006 1220 1300 1420 990 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1570 MDA(H) CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 2400 2800 3600 1300 2800 2800 4000 1300 2800 3600 3600 3600 2800 4000 900(650) 2400 2800 900(650) 2400 2800 W/O ALS 1300 3200 3600 4400 1700 3200 3200 4400 1700 3200 3600 3600 4000 3200 4400 1300 3200 3600 1300 3200 3200 5000 OCA 1006 1220 1300 1420 990 1120 1180 1360 1020 1190 1210 1210 1390 1180 1360 951 1280 1300 924 1130 1180 1570 MDA(H) CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 2800 3200 4000 1300 3200 3600 4400 1300 3200 3600 3600 4000 3600 4400 900(650) 2800 3200 900(650) 2800 3600 W/O ALS 1300 3600 4000 4800 1700 3600 4000 4800 1700 3600 3600 3600 4400 4000 4800 1300 3600 4000 1300 3600 4000 5000 RWY 10 THR 719 Ft RWY 27 THR 750 Ft RWY 09 RWY29 THR 751 ft RWY11 THR 724 ft 1086(309) 1320(543) 1400(623) 1520(743) 1070(351) 1220(501) 1280(561) 1460(741) 1120(370) 1290(540) 1310(560) 1310(560) 1490(740) 1280(563) 1460(743) 1051(300) 1380(629) 1400(649) 1024(300) 1230(506) 1280(561) 1570(793) 1086(309) 1320(543) 1400(623) 1520(743) 1070(351) 1220(501) 1280(561) 1460(741) 1120(370) 1290(540) 1310(560) 1310(560) 1490(740) 1280(563) 1460(743) 1051(300) 1380(629) 1400(649) 1024(300) 1230(506) 1280(561) 1570(793) 1056(279) 1320(543) 1400(623) 1520(743) 1040(321) 1220(501) 1280(561) 1460(741) 1070(320) 1290(540) 1310(560) 1310(560) 1490(740) 1280(563) 1460(743) 1001(250) 1380(629) 1400(649) 974(250) 1230(506) 1280(561) 1670(893) 1056(279) 1320(543) 1400(623) 1520(743) 1040(321) 1220(501) 1280(561) 1460(741) 1070(320) 1290(540) 1310(560) 1310(560) 1490(740) 1280(563) 1460(743) 1001(250) 1380(629) 1400(649) 974(250) 1230(506) 1280(561) 1670(893) Runway 28/29/11 .777 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 800(550) 1600 1600 1600 900 2000 2000 2000 900 2000 3600 3600 2000 2000 2000 800(550) 1600 1600 800(550) 1600 2000 W/O ALS 1200 2400 2400 2400 1300 2400 2400 2400 1300 2400 3600 3600 2400 2400 2400 1200 2400 2400 1200 2400 2400 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 800(550) 2000 2000 2800 900 2400 2400 3200 900 2400 3600 3600 3200 2400 3200 800(550) 2000 2400 800(550) 2000 2400 W/O ALS 1200 2800 2800 3600 1300 2800 2800 3600 1300 2800 3600 3600 3600 2800 3600 1200 2800 3200 1200 2800 2800 4400 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 800(550) 2400 2800 3200 900 2800 3200 3600 900 2800 3600 3600 3600 3200 3600 800(550) 2800 2800 800(550) 2400 3200 W/O ALS 1200 3200 3600 4000 1300 3200 3600 4000 1300 3200 3600 3600 4000 3600 4000 1200 3600 3600 1200 3200 3600 4800 RUNWAY.

THR ELEV RWY 05 THR 358 Ft PROCEDURE ILS(X) Rwy 05 ILS(Y) Rwy 05 GPINOP(X/Y) 05 VOR Rwy 05 NDB Rwy 05 Visual Circling OCA 620 620 760 1050 1130 OCA 620 620 760 1050 1130 RWY 23 THR 360 Ft 1130 1130(768) - 3600 1130 1130(768) - 3600 1130 1130(768) - 4400 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.01. Rev dated 08.Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degree AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility Runway 23 . . THR ELEV RWY 05 THR 358 Ft PROCEDURE ILS(X) Rwy 05 ILS(Y) Rwy 05 GP INOP(X/Y) 05 VOR Rwy 05 NDB Rwy 05 Visual Circling OCA 620 620 760 1050 1130 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 720(362) 2000 720(362) 2000 860(498) 2800 1150(788) 2800 1230(868) 3600 OCA 620 620 760 1050 1130 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 720(362) 2000 720(362) 2000 860(498) 2800 1150(788) 2800 1230(868) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 620 670(312) 1600 620 670(312) 1600 760 860(498) 3200 1050 1150(788) 4400 Straight-In Procedure Not Available RWY 23 THR 360 Ft 1130 1230(868) - 3600 1130 1230(868) - 3600 1130 1230(868) - 4800 Runway 05 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .2010 .DIBRUGARH AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 620(262) 1300 620(262) 1300 760(398) 2400 1050(688) 2400 1130(768) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.362 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 620(262) 1300 620(262) 1300 760(398) 2400 1050(688) 2400 1130(768) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 620 620(262) 1300 620 620(262) 1300 760 760(398) 2800 1050 1050(688) 4000 Straight-In Procedure Not Available NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.

Rev dated 08.2010 .Approach Light System Not Available = Basic Facility Runway 30 .DIMAPUR AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 720(251) 1300 910(441) 2400 1160(673) 3600 1160(673) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. THR ELEV PROCEDURE ILS RWY 12 GP INOP RWY12 VOR DME Circling Rwy 12 NDB Circling Rwy 12 OCA 720 910 1160 1160 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 820(351) 1700 1010(541) 2800 1260(773) 3600 1260(773) 3600 OCA 730 910 1160 1160 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 830(361) 1800 1010(541) 2800 1260(773) 3600 1260(773) 3600 OCA 740 910 1720 1720 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 840(371) 1800 1010(541) 3200 1820(1333) 5000 1820(1333) 5000 RWY 12 THR 469 Ft RWY 30 THR 484 Ft Runway 12 . THR ELEV PROCEDURE ILS RWY 12 GP INOP RWY12 VOR DME Circling Rwy 12 NDB Circling Rwy 12 OCA 720 910 1160 1160 OCA 730 910 1160 1160 OCA 740 910 1720 1720 RWY 12 THR 469 Ft RWY 30 THR 484 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . .487 ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 730(261) 1300 910(441) 2400 1160(673) 3600 1160(673) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 740(271) 1300 910(441) 2800 1720(1233) 5000 1720(1233) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.Approach light System Not Available = Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.01. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

Rev dated 08. A-0895/2003) AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. .Intermediate Facility (Notam no.380 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 800(445) 2000 2400 850(495) 2000 2400 790(412) 2400 2400 640(262) 1300 1300 780(402) 2400 2400 1210(830) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 800(445) 2400 2800 850(495) 2400 2800 790(412) 2800 2800 640(262) 1300 1300 780(402) 2800 2800 1520(1140) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.2010.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .Simple Approach Light System Available . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. A-0896/2003) Runway 28 . THR ELEV RWY 10 THR 355 FT RWY 28 THR 378 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 10 VOR Rwy 10 VOR Rwy28 ILS Rwy28 GPINOP Rwy28 Visual Circling OCA 800 850 790 640 780 1210 OCA 800 850 790 640 780 1210 OCA 800 850 790 640 780 1520 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.01.Basic Facility (Notam no.GAYA AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 800(445) 2000 2400 850(495) 2000 2400 790(412) 2400 2400 640(262) 1300 1300 780(402) 2400 2400 1210(830) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.Changes are in red .Abridged Simple Approach Light System Available . THR ELEV RWY 10 THR 355 FT RWY 28 THR 378 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 10 VOR Rwy 10 VOR Rwy28 ILS Rwy28 GPINOP Rwy28 Visual Circling OCA 800 850 790 640 780 1210 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 900(545) 2400 2800 950(595) 2400 2800 890(512) 2800 2800 740(362) 2000 2000 880(502) 2800 2800 1310(930) 3600 OCA 800 850 790 640 780 1210 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 900(545) 2400 2800 950(595) 2400 2800 890(512) 2800 2800 740(362) 2000 2000 880(502) 2800 2800 1310(930) 3600 OCA 800 850 790 640 780 1520 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 900(545) 2800 3200 950(595) 2800 3200 890(512) 3200 3200 690(312) 1600 1600 880(502) 3200 3200 1620(1240) 0 5000 Runway 10 .

01. Abridged Simple Approach Light System. Length 180M = Basic Facility Runway 20 .High Intensity. THR ELEV RWY 02 THR 162 Ft PROCEDURE ILS (X) Rwy02 ILS (Y) Rwy02 GP INOP(Y) Rwy02 VOR Rwy 02 VOR Rwy 20 Visual Circling OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1320 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 412(250) 1200 412(250) 1200 580(418) 2400 650(488) 2400 660(498) 2400 1320(1158) 3600 OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1320 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 412(250) 1200 412(250) 1200 580(418) 2400 650(488) 2400 660(498) 2400 1320(1158) 3600 OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1420 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 412(250) 1200 412(250) 1200 580(418) 2800 650(488) 2800 660(498) 2800 1420(1258) 5000 OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1420 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 412(250) 1200 412(250) 1200 580(418) 3200 650(488) 3600 660(498) 3600 1420(1258) 5000 RWY 20 THR 162 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.High Intensity.2010 . Rev dated 08.AOM . Length 210M = Basic Facility Glide Path angle 3. THR ELEV RWY 02 THR 162 Ft PROCEDURE ILS (X) Rwy02 ILS (Y) Rwy02 GP INOP(Y) Rwy02 VOR Rwy 02 VOR Rwy 20 Visual Circling OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1320 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 512(350) 1700 512(350) 1700 680(518) 2800 750(588) 2800 760(598) 2800 1420(1258) 3600 OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1320 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 512(350) 1700 512(350) 1700 680(518) 2800 750(588) 2800 760(598) 2800 1420(1258) 3600 OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1420 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 462(300) 1500 462(300) 1500 680(518) 3200 750(588) 3200 760(598) 3200 1520(1358) 5000 OCA 412 412 580 650 660 1420 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 462(300) 1500 462(300) 1500 680(518) 3600 750(588) 4000 760(598) 4000 1520(1358) 5000 RWY 20 THR 162 Ft Runway 02 .25 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.GUWAHATI NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Abridged Simple Approach Light System. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .1742 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1915(200) 800(550) 1200 2300(585) 1600 2400 2330(615) 1600 2400 2380(665) 1600 2400 2300(585) 1600 2400 2350(635) 3600 3600 2380(638) 2000 2400 2430(688) 2000 2400 2590(848) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1915(200) 800(550) 1200 2300(585) 2400 3200 2330(615) 2800 3600 2380(665) 2800 3600 2300(585) 2400 3200 2350(635) 3600 3600 2380(638) 3200 3600 2560(818) 4400 4800 2690(948) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1915(200) 800(550) 1200 2300(585) 2800 3600 2330(615) 3200 4000 2380(665) 3200 4000 2300(585) 2800 3600 2350(635) 3600 4000 2380(638) 3600 4000 2560(818) 4800 5000 2690(948) 5000 RUNWAY. THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2430 2590 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2015(300) 1000 1600 2400(685) 2000 2800 2430(715) 2000 2800 2480(765) 2000 2800 2400(685) 2000 2800 2450(735) 3600 3600 2480(738) 2400 2800 2530(788) 2400 2800 2690(948) 3600 OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2430 2590 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2015(300) 1000 1600 2400(685) 2000 2800 2430(715) 2000 2800 2480(765) 2000 2800 2400(685) 2000 2800 2450(735) 3600 3600 2480(738) 2400 2800 2530(788) 2400 2800 2690(948) 3600 OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2560 2690 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1965(250) 800 1200 2400(685) 3200 4000 2430(715) 3200 4000 2480(765) 3600 4400 2400(685) 3200 4000 2450(735) 3600 4000 2480(738) 3600 4000 2660(918) 4800 5000 2790(1048) 5000 OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2560 2690 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1965(250) 800 1200 2400(685) 3600 4400 2430(715) 3600 4400 2480(765) 4000 4800 2400(685) 3600 4400 2450(735) 3600 4400 2480(738) 4000 4400 2660(918) 5000 5000 2790(1048) 5000 RWY 27 ILS Rwy 27 THR 1715 Ft GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 VOR LCTR (HY) Rwy 27 LCTR (HY) Rwy 27 RWY 09 VOR DME Rwy 09 THR 1741 Ft VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling Runway 27 .HYDERABAD AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1915(200) 800(550) 1200 2300(585) 1600 2400 2330(615) 1600 2400 2380(665) 1600 2400 2300(585) 1600 2400 2350(635) 3600 3600 2380(638) 2000 2400 2430(688) 2000 2400 2590(848) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. Length 900M = Full Facility Runway 09 . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.01.High Intesity. Simple Approach Light System. Cat-I Approach Light System. .High Intensity. THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2430 2590 OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2430 2590 OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2560 2690 OCA 1915 2300 2330 2380 2300 2350 2380 2560 2690 RWY 27 ILS Rwy 27 THR 1715 Ft GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 VOR LCTR (HY) Rwy 27 LCTR (HY) Rwy 27 RWY 09 VOR DME Rwy 09 THR 1741 Ft VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08.2010 . Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.

Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.2010 .IMPHAL AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3020(485) 1500 2300 3240(700) 1600 2400 3210(670) 1600 2400 3360(820) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. THR ELEV RWY 04 THR 2535 Ft RWY 22 THR 2540 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 04 GP INOP Rwy 04 VOR Rwy 04 Visual Circling OCA 3020 3240 3210 OCA 3020 3240 3210 OCA 3020 3240 3210 3360 3360 4120 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3..Approach Light System cat1 Available. .5 Degrees ……. THR ELEV RWY 04 THR 2535 Ft RWY 22 THR 2540 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 04 GP INOP Rwy 04 VOR Rwy 04 Visual Circling OCA 3020 3240 3210 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3120(585) 2000 2800 3340(800) 2000 2800 3310(770) 2000 2800 ` 3460(920) 3600 OCA 3020 3240 3210 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3120(585) 2000 2800 3340(800) 2000 2800 3310(770) 2000 2800 ` 3460(920) 3600 OCA 3020 3240 3210 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3070(535) 1700 2500 3340(800) 3600 4400 3310(770) 3600 4400 4220(1680) 5000 3360 3360 4120 Runway 04 . AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.Approach Light System Not Available. Full Facility Runway 22 .2540 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3020(485) 1500 2300 3240(700) 1600 2400 3210(670) 1600 2400 3360(820) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3020(485) 1500 2300 3240(700) 3200 4000 3210(670) 2800 3600 4120(1580) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08.01.

THR ELEV RWY 25 THR 1836 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 25 GP INOP Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 NDB Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 Visual Circling OCA 2060 2250 2260 2310 2340 2390 2460 2480 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2060(224) 1200 2250(414) 2400 2260(424) 2400 2310(474) 2400 2340(504) 3600 2390(540) 2400 2460(610) 2400 2480(630) 3600 OCA 2060 2250 2260 2310 2340 2390 2460 2480 AERODROME ELEV.INDORE AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 . THR ELEV RWY 25 THR 1836 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 25 GP INOP Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 NDB Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 Visual Circling Runway 25 . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. .01. Rev dated 08.Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees OCA 2060 2250 2260 2310 2340 2390 2460 2480 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2160(324) 1700 2350(514) 2800 2360(524) 2800 2410(574) 2800 2440(604) 3600 2490(640) 2800 2560(710) 2800 2580(730) 3600 OCA 2060 2250 2260 2310 2340 2390 2460 2480 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2160(324) 1700 2350(514) 2800 2360(524) 2800 2410(574) 2800 2440(604) 3600 2490(640) 2800 2560(710) 2800 2580(730) 3600 OCA 2060 2250 2260 2310 2340 2390 2460 2710 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(274) 1300 2350(514) 3200 2360(524) 3200 2410(574) 3200 2440(604) 3600 2490(640) 3600 2560(710) 4000 2810(960) 5000 RWY 07 THR 1843 Ft AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .Basic Facility Runway 07 .1850 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2060(224) 1200 2250(414) 2800 2260(424) 2800 2310(474) 2800 2340(504) 3600 2390(540) 3200 2460(610) 3600 2710(860) 4800 RWY 07 THR 1843 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2060(224) 1200 2250(414) 2400 2260(424) 2400 2310(474) 2400 2340(504) 3600 2390(540) 2400 2460(610) 2400 2480(630) 3600 OCA 2060 2250 2260 2310 2340 2390 2460 2710 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.

Rev dated 08. THR ELEV RWY 24 THR 330 Ft Rwy 06 THR 330 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME ARC Rwy 22 VOR DME ARC Rwy 04 OCA 2110 2150 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2210(586) 2800 2250(676) 2800 OCA 2110 2150 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2210(586) 2800 2250(676) 2800 OCA 2110 2150 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2210(586) 3200 2250(676) 4000 Visual Circling 2150 2250(626) 3600 2150 2250(626) - 3600 2300 2400(776) - 4400 Runway 24 .JABALPUR AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. .1624 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(486) 2800 2150(576) 3200 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(486) 2400 2150(576) 2400 OCA 2110 2150 Visual Circling 2150 2150(526) - 3600 2150 2150(526) - 3600 2300 2300(676) - 4000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .Approach Light System Not Available.2010 .01. Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Basic Facility Runway 06 .Approach Light System Not available. THR ELEV RWY 24 THR 1624 Ft Rwy 06 THR 1574 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME ARC Rwy 22 VOR DME ARC Rwy 04 OCA 2110 2150 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2110(486) 2400 2150(576) 2400 OCA 2110 2150 AERODROME ELEV.

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .01. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 1252 Ft RWY 09 THR 1260 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 NDB Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 1460 1650 2230 1690 1710 1710 2230 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1560(308) 1000 1600 1750(498) 2000 2800 2330(1078) 2800 3600 1790(527) 2400 2800 1810(547) 2400 2800 1810(547) 3600 3600 2330(1067) 3600 OCA 1460 1650 2230 1690 1710 1710 2230 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1560(308) 1000 1600 1750(498) 2000 2800 2330(1078) 3200 4000 1790(527) 2400 2800 1810(547) 2400 2800 1810(547) 3600 3600 2330(1067) 3600 OCA 1480 1650 2230 1690 1710 1780 2670 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1530(278) 900(650) 1300 1750(498) 2400 3200 2330(1078) 5000 5000 1790(527) 2800 3200 1810(547) 2800 3200 1880(617) 3600 3600 2770(1507) 5000 OCA 1480 1650 2230 1690 1710 1780 2670 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1530(278) 900(650) 1300 1750(498) 2800 3600 2330(1078) 5000 5000 1790(527) 3200 3600 1810(547) 3200 3600 1880(617) 3600 4000 2770(1507) 5000 Runway 27 .Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE = Basic Facility Runway 09 .1263 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1460(208) 800(550) 1200 1650(398) 1600 2400 2230(978) 2800 3600 1690(427) 2000 2400 1710(447) 2000 2400 1710(447) 3600 3600 2230(967) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1480(228) 800(550) 1200 1650(398) 2000 2800 2230(978) 4800 5000 1690(427) 2400 2800 1710(447) 2400 2800 1780(517) 3600 3600 2670(1407) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1480(228) 800(550) 1200 1650(398) 2400 3200 2230(978) 5000 5000 1690(427) 2800 3200 1710(447) 2800 3200 1780(517) 3600 3600 2670(1407) 5000 RUNWAY. . Rev dated 08.JAIPUR AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1460(208) 800(550) 1200 1650(398) 1600 2400 2230(978) 2400 3200 1690(427) 2000 2400 1710(447) 2000 2400 1710(447) 3600 3600 2230(967) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.2010 .High Intensity. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 1252 Ft RWY 09 THR 1260 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 NDB Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 1460 1650 2230 1690 1710 1710 2230 OCA 1460 1650 2230 1690 1710 1710 2230 OCA 1480 1650 2230 1690 1710 1780 2670 OCA 1480 1650 2230 1690 1710 1780 2670 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Simple Approach Light System.

JAMSHEDPUR AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.2010 .Approach Light System Not Available.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Rev dated 08. Basic Facility Runway 26 .01. THR ELEV RWY 08 THR 457 Ft Rwy 26 THR PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 08 VOR Rwy 08 NDB Rwy 08 Visual Circling OCA 1040 1440 1380 1440 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1140(683) 2800 1540(1083) 3600 1480(1023) 3600 OCA 1040 1440 1380 1440 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1140(683) 2800 1540(1083) 3600 1480(1023) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1540(1062) - 3600 1540(1062) - 3600 Runway 08 . THR ELEV RWY 08 THR 457 Ft Rwy 26 THR PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 08 VOR Rwy 08 NDB Rwy 08 Visual Circling OCA 1040 1440 1380 1440 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1040(583) 2400 1440(983) 3200 1380(923) 3600 OCA 1040 1440 1380 1440 AERODROME ELEV. .Approach Light System Not Available.478 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1040(583) 2400 1440(983) 3600 1380(923) 3600 OCA 1440(962) - 3600 1440(962) - 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.

Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.Approach Light System Not Available. Rev dated 08.KANDLA AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 690(594) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.01. Basic Facility Runway 05 . .Approach Light System Not Available.2010 . Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 95 Ft RWY 05 THR 95 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 23 OCA 690 OCA 690 OCA Visual Circling 690 690(594) - 3600 690 690(594) - 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 95 Ft RWY 05 THR 95 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 23 OCA 690 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 690(694) 3600 OCA 690 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 690(694) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS Visual Circling 690 790(694) - 3600 690 790(694) - 3600 Runway 23 .96 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 690(594) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.

Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility Runway 05 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 161 Ft RWY 05 THR 165 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 23 OCA 610 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 710(543) 3600 OCA 610 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 710(543) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS Visual Circling 730 830(663) - 3600 730 830(663) - 3600 Runway 23 . THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 161 Ft RWY 05 THR 165 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 23 OCA 610 OCA 610 OCA Visual Circling 730 730(563) - 3600 730 730(563) - 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.01.167 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 610(443) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.2010 .KESHOD AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 610(443) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.Approach Light System Not Available. . Rev dated 08.

01. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .High Intensity.728 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1000(312) 1600 1300(612) 3600 1300(612) 3600 1380(692) 4000 1380(692) 4000 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1000(312) 1600 1300(612) 2400 1300(612) 2400 1380(692) 2400 1380(692) 3600 OCA 1000 1300 1300 1380 1380 1680 RWY 01 THR 728 Ft Visual Circling 1580(852) - 3600 1580(852) - 3600 1680(952) - 5000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Abridged Simple Approach Light System. THR ELEV RWY 19 THR 688 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 19 GP INOP Rwy 19 VOR DME Rwy 19 VOR Rwy 19 NDB Rwy 19 OCA 1000 1300 1300 1380 1380 1580 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1000(312) 1600 1300(612) 2400 1300(612) 2400 1380(692) 2400 1380(692) 3600 OCA 1000 1300 1300 1380 1380 1580 AERODROME ELEV. THR ELEV RWY 19 THR 688 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 19 GP INOP Rwy 19 VOR DME Rwy 19 VOR Rwy 19 NDB Rwy 19 OCA 1000 1300 1300 1380 1380 1580 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1100(412) 2300 1400(712) 2800 1400(712) 2800 1480(792) 2800 1480(792) 3600 OCA 1000 1300 1300 1380 1380 1580 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1100(412) 2300 1400(712) 2800 1400(712) 2800 1480(792) 2800 1480(792) 3600 OCA 1000 1300 1300 1380 1380 1680 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1050(362) 2000 1400(712) 4000 1400(712) 4000 1480(792) 4400 1480(792) 4400 RWY 01 THR 728 Ft Visual Circling 1680(952) - 3600 1680(952) - 3600 1780(1052) - 5000 Runway 19 .KHAJURAHO AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08.Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Length 150M = Basic Facility Runway 01 .2010 .

Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.1996 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2470(483) 3600 OCA 2670(674) 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.01. THR ELEV RWY 25 THR 1987 Ft RWY 08 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 25 Visual Circling 2670 2770(774) 3600 2670 2770(774) 3600 OCA 2470 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2570(583) 3600 OCA 2470 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2570(583) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS Runway 25 . .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .2010 . Rev dated 08. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE Runway 08 . THR ELEV RWY 25 THR 1987 Ft RWY 08 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 25 Visual Circling 2670 2670(674) 3600 2670 OCA 2470 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2470(483) 3600 OCA 2470 AERODROME ELEV.KOLHAPUR AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.

01. Rev dated 08.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees Runway 19R . Length 427M = Intermediate Facility Runway 01L . Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Length 900M = Full Facility restored vide NOTAM A0325/06.23 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 400(380) 1300 2100 420(397) 1600 2400 670(647) 1600 2400 420(397) 1600 2400 420(397) 3600 3600 420(397) 3600 3600 420(397) 247(228) 420(397) 660(637) 420(397) 420(397) 720(697) 800(550) 1600 1600 1600 3600 2400 1200 2400 2400 2400 3600 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 400(380) 1300 2100 420(397) 2000 2800 670(647) 2800 3600 450(427) 2000 2800 420(397) 3600 3600 420(397) 3600 3600 450(427) 247(228) 420(397) 660(637) 430(407) 420(397) 820(797) 800(550) 2000 2800 2000 3600 2800 1200 2800 3600 2800 3600 4400 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 400(380) 1300 2100 420(397) 2400 3200 670(647) 3200 4000 470(447) 2400 3200 420(397) 3600 3600 420(397) 3600 3600 470(447) 247(228) 420(397) 660(637) 450(427) 420(397) 820(797) 800(550) 2400 3200 2400 3600 3200 1200 3200 4000 3200 3600 4800 RUNWAY. THR ELEV RWY 01R THR 20 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 01R GP INOP Rwy 01R ASR Rwy 01R VOR Rwy 01R LCTR (CA) Rwy 01R LCTR (DU) Rwy 19R VOR Rwy 01L ILS Rwy 19L GP INOP Rwy 19L ASR Rwy 19L VOR(X) Rwy 19L LCTR (DU) Rwy 19L Visual Circling OCA 400 420 670 420 420 420 420 247 420 660 420 420 720 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 500(480) 1600 2400 520(497) 2000 2800 770(747) 2000 2800 520(497) 2000 2800 520(497) 3600 3600 520(497) 3600 3600 520(497) 347(328) 520(497) 760(737) 520(497) 520(497) 820(797) 1000 2000 2000 2000 3600 2800 1700 2800 2800 2800 3600 3600 OCA 400 420 670 420 420 420 420 247 420 660 420 420 720 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 500(480) 1600 2400 520(497) 2000 2800 770(747) 2000 2800 520(497) 2000 2800 520(497) 3600 3600 520(497) 3600 3600 520(497) 347(328) 520(497) 760(737) 520(497) 520(497) 820(797) 1000 2000 2000 2000 3600 2800 1700 2800 2800 2800 3600 3600 OCA 400 420 670 450 420 420 450 247 420 660 430 420 820 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 450(430) 1600 2400 520(497) 2400 3200 770(747) 3600 4400 550(527) 2400 3200 520(497) 3600 3600 520(497) 3600 3600 550(527) 297(278) 520(497) 760(737) 530(507) 520(497) 920(897) 900(650) 2400 3200 2400 3600 3200 1300 3200 4000 3200 3600 5000 OCA 400 420 670 470 420 420 470 247 420 660 450 420 820 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 450(430) 1600 2400 520(497) 2800 3600 770(747) 4000 4800 570(547) 2800 3600 520(497) 3600 3600 520(497) 3600 3600 570(547) 297(278) 520(497) 760(737) 550(527) 520(497) 920(897) 900(650) 2800 3600 2800 3600 3600 1300 3600 4400 3600 3600 5000 RWY 19R THR 19 Ft RWY 01L RWY 19L THR 19 Ft Runway 01R . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 01R THR 20 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 01R GP INOP Rwy 01R ASR Rwy 01R VOR Rwy 01R LCTR (CA) Rwy 01R LCTR (DU) Rwy 19R VOR Rwy 01L ILS Rwy 19L GP INOP Rwy 19L ASR Rwy 19L VOR (X) Rwy 19L LCTR (DU) Rwy 19L Visual Circling OCA 400 420 670 420 420 420 420 247 420 660 420 420 720 OCA 400 420 670 420 420 420 420 247 420 660 420 420 720 OCA 400 420 670 450 420 420 450 247 420 660 430 420 820 OCA 400 420 670 470 420 420 470 247 420 660 450 420 820 RWY 19R THR 19 Ft RWY 01L RWY 19L THR 19 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Length 305M = Basic Facility Runway 19L .Cat-I Approach Light System = Full Facility.Cat-I Approach Light System.Simple Approach Light System.Simple Approach Light System.2010 .KOLKATA AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 400(380) 1300 2100 420(397) 1600 2400 670(647) 1600 2400 420(397) 1600 2400 420(397) 3600 3600 420(397) 3600 3600 420(397) 247(228) 420(397) 660(637) 420(397) 420(397) 720(697) 800(550) 1600 1600 1600 3600 2400 1200 2400 2400 2400 3600 3600 AERODROME ELEV. .

Approach Light System Not Available. Rev dated 08.896 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1580(684) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . .KOTA AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1580(684) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.2010 . Basic Facility Runway 08 .01. THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 892 Ft RWY 08 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 26 OCA 1580 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1680(784) 3600 OCA 1580 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1680(784) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS Visual Circling 1780 1880(984) - 3600 1780 1880(984) - 3600 Runway 26 .Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 892 Ft RWY 08 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 26 OCA 1580 OCA 1580 OCA Visual Circling 1780 1780(884) - 3600 1780 1780(884) - 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.

.LENGPUI AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3240(1842) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.1398 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3240(1842) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3240(1842) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08. THR ELEV RWY PROCEDURE VOR DME Visual Maneuvring OCA 3240 OCA 3240 OCA 3240 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 .01. THR ELEV RWY PROCEDURE VOR DME Visual Maneuvring OCA 3240 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3340(1942) 3600 OCA 3240 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3340(1942) 3600 OCA 3240 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 3340(1942) 5000 AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .

Approach Light System Not available. Rev dated 08.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Basic Facility Runway 04 .2010 .LILABARI AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 730(400) 2400 730(400) 2400 AERODROME ELEV.330 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 730(400) 2400 730(400) 2400 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 730(400) 2800 730(400) 2800 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 22 THR 330 Ft Rwy 04 THR 330 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME ARC Rwy 22 VOR DME ARC Rwy 04 OCA 730 730 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 830(500) 2800 830(500) 2800 OCA 730 730 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 830(500) 2800 830(500) 2800 OCA 730 730 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 830(500) 3200 830(500) 3200 Visual Circling 830 930(600) 3600 830 930(600) - 3600 930 1030(700) - 4000 Runway 22 .01. Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. .Approach Light System Not Available. THR ELEV RWY 22 THR 330 Ft Rwy 04 THR 330 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME ARC Rwy 22 VOR DME ARC Rwy 04 OCA 730 730 OCA 730 730 OCA 730 730 Visual Circling 830 830(500) - 3600 830 830(500) - 3600 930 930(600) - 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.

Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. Rev dated 08.Cat.LUCKNOW AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 650(249) 800(550) 1200 800(396) 1600 2400 800(396) 1600 2400 850(446) 1600 2400 850(446) 3600 3600 800(396) 2000 2400 850(446) 2000 2400 900(496) 3600 AERODROME ELEV. .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 401 PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 650 800 800 850 850 800 850 900 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 750(349) 1100 1900 900(496) 2000 2800 900(496) 2000 2800 950(546) 2000 2800 950(546) 3600 3600 900(496) 2400 2800 950(546) 2400 2800 1000(596) 3600 OCA 650 800 800 850 850 800 850 900 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 750(349) 1100 1900 900(496) 2000 2800 900(496) 2000 2800 950(546) 2000 2800 950(546) 3600 3600 900(496) 2400 2800 950(546) 2400 2800 1000(596) 3600 OCA 650 800 800 850 800 850 1150 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 700(299) 900(650) 1300 900(496) 2400 3200 900(496) 2400 3200 950(546) 2400 3200 Straight-In Not Available 900(496) 950(546) 1250(846) 2800 2800 3200 3200 4800 OCA 660 800 800 850 800 850 1150 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 710(309) 900(650) 1600 900(496) 2800 3600 900(496) 2800 3600 950(546) 2800 3600 Straight-In Not Available 900(496) 950(546) 1250(846) 3200 3200 3600 3600 5000 RWY 09 THR 404 Ft Runway 27 .2010 . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 401 PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 650 800 800 850 850 800 850 900 OCA 650 800 800 850 850 800 850 900 RWY 09 THR 404 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 650(249) 800(550) 1200 800(396) 1600 2400 800(396) 1600 2400 850(446) 1600 2400 850(446) 3600 3600 800(396) 2000 2400 850(446) 2000 2400 900(496) 3600 OCA 650 800 800 850 800 850 1150 OCA 660 800 800 850 800 850 1150 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.Full Facility Runway 09 .01. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility ( Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.404 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 650(249) 800(550) 1200 800(396) 2000 2800 800(396) 2000 2800 850(446) 2000 2800 Straight-In Not Available 800(396) 850(446) 1150(746) 2400 2400 2800 2800 4400 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 660(259) 800(550) 1300 800(396) 2400 3200 800(396) 2400 3200 850(446) 2400 3200 Straight-in Not Available 800(396) 850(446) 1150(746) 2800 2800 3200 3200 4800 RUNWAY.Simple Approach Light System. I approach lights .

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .01.459 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 830(404) 2400 880(454) 2400 960(534) 3600 930(471) 2400 930(471) 2400 1400(941) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 850(424) 2800 880(454) 2800 960(534) 3600 930(471) 2800 930(471) 2800 1500(1041) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08.Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 426 Ft RWY 09 THR 459 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 830 880 960 930 930 1400 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 930(504) 2800 980(554) 2800 1060(634) 3600 1030(571) 2800 1030(571) 2800 1500(1041) 3600 OCA 830 880 960 930 930 1400 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 930(504) 2800 980(554) 2800 1060(634) 3600 1030(571) 2800 1030(571) 2800 1500(1041) 3600 OCA 850 880 960 930 930 1500 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 950(524) 3200 980(554) 3200 1060(634) 3600 1030(571) 3200 1030(571) 3200 1600(1141) 5000 Runway 27 . . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.2010 . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 426 Ft RWY 09 THR 459 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 830 880 960 930 930 1400 OCA 830 880 960 930 930 1400 OCA 850 880 960 930 930 1500 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility Runway 09 .MADURAI AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 830(404) 2400 880(454) 2400 960(534) 3600 930(471) 2400 930(471) 2400 1400(941) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA - MANGALORE AIRPORT
CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 510(216) 800 1200 840(546) 2000 2400 800(506) 2400 890(596) 720(399) 790(469) 910(603) 890(553) 2400 3600 2400 3600 2400 3600

AERODROME ELEV. - 337 Ft
CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 5720(226) 800 1200 840(546) 2800 3200 800(506) 2800 1110(816) 720(399) 790(469) 910(603) 1110(773) 3600 4800 2800 3600 3600 4400

NORMAL MINIMA
RUNWAY, THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 294 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 24 GP INOP Rwy 24 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 NDB Rwy 09 VOR RWY 06 Visual Circling OCA 510 840 800 890 720 790 910 890 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 510 510(216) 800 1200 840 840(546) 2000 2400 800 800(506) 2400 Straight-In Approach Not Available 890 890(596) 3600 720 720(399) 2400 Straight-In Approach Not Available 790 790(469) 3600 910 910(603) 2400 2400 890 890(553) 3600 OCA 520 840 800 1110 720 790 910 1110

RWY 09 THR 321 Ft RWY06

RESTRICTED MINIMA
RUNWAY, THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 294 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 24 GP INOP Rwy 24 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 NDB Rwy 09 VOR RWY 06 Visual Circling OCA 510 840 800 890 720 790 910 890 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 610(316) 1200 1600 940(646) 2400 2800 900(606) 2800 990(696) 820(499) 890(569) 1010(703) 990(653) 2800 3600 2800 3600 2800 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 510 610(316) 1200 1600 840 940(646) 2400 2800 800 900(606) 2800 Straight-In Approach not Available 890 990(696) 3600 720 820(499) 2800 Straight-In Approach not Available 790 890(569) 3600 910 1010(703) 2800 2800 890 990(653) 3600 OCA 520 840 800 1110 720 790 910 1110 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 570(276) 900 1300 940(646) 3200 3600 900(606) 3600 1210(916) 820(499) 890(569) 1010(703) 1210(873) 3600 5000 3200 3600 3600 4800

RWY 09 THR 321 Ft

Runway 27 - Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility Runway 09 - Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility Glide Path angle 3 Degrees Runway 24 - Approach Light System - 420 M - Intermediate Facility.

AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

Rev dated 08.01.2010

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA - MUMBAI AIRPORT

AERODROME ELEV. - 37 Ft
NORMAL MINIMA
CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 230(208) 800(550) 1200 540(518) 2800 3600 1020(998) 5000 5000 980(958) 5000 5000 270(255) 900 1300 410(395) 2800 3200 620(605) 3600 4000 660(645) 3600 4000 440(403) 1800 2200 580(543) 3200 3600 730(693) 4000 4400 680(643) 3600 4000 1380(1354) 1700(1663) 5000 5000

RUNWAY, THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 22 Ft

PROCEDURE ILS (X/Y)Rwy 27 G.P. INOP. Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 ASR Rwy 27 ILS DME Rwy 09 GP INOP Rwy 09 VOR DME Rwy 09 ASR Rwy 09 ILS DME Rwy 14* GP INOP Rwy 14* VOR RWY 14 ASR Rwy 14* VOR Rwy 32 Visual Circling

OCA 230 540 1020 980 260 410 620 660 420 580 730 680 1380 1380

Rwy 09 THR 15 Ft

Rwy 14 THR 37 Ft

CATEGORY A CATEGORY B CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR VISIBILITY / RVR VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) MDA(H) OCA MDA(H) OCA With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 230(208) 800(550) 1200 230 230(208) 800(550) 1200 230 230(208) 800(550) 1200 540(518) 1600 2400 540 540(518) 1600 2400 540 540(518) 2000 2800 1020(998) 2400 3200 1020 1020(998) 2800 3600 1020 1020(998) 4800 5000 980(958) 2400 3200 980 980(958) 2800 3600 980 980(958) 4800 5000 260(245) 800 1200 260 260(245) 800 1200 270 270(255) 900 1300 410(395) 2000 2400 410 410(395) 2000 2400 410 410(395) 2400 2800 620(605) 2000 2400 620 620(605) 2000 2400 620 620(605) 3200 3600 660(645) 2000 2400 660 660(645) 2000 2400 660 660(645) 3200 3600 420(383) 1700 2100 420 420(383) 1700 2100 440 440(403) 1800 2200 580(543) 2000 2400 580 580(543) 2000 2400 580 580(543) 2800 3200 730(693) 2000 2400 730 730(693) 3600 4000 730(693) 2000 2400 730 680(643) 2000 2400 680 680(643) 2000 2400 680 680(643) 3200 3600 * Straigh-in landing for Runway 14 SHALL NOT be conducted in weather conditions AT or BELOW 500 FT ceiling 1380(1354) 1380(1343) 3600 3600 1380 1380 1380(1354) 1380(1343) 3600 3600 1380 1480 1380(1354) 1480(1443) 5000 5000

OCA 230 540 1020 980 270 410 620 660 440 580 730 680 1380 1700

Rwy 32 THR 26 Ft

RESTRICTED MINIMA
RUNWAY, THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 22 Ft PROCEDURE ILS(X/Y) Rwy 27 G.P. INOP. Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 ASR Rwy 27 ILS Rwy 09 GP INOP Rwy 09 VOR DME Rwy 09 ASR Rwy 09 ILS DME Rwy 14* GP INOP Rwy 14* VOR RWY 14 ASR Rwy 14* VOR Rwy 32 Visual Circling Runway 27 Runway 09 Runway 14 Runway 32 OCA 230 540 1020 980 260 410 620 660 420 580 730 680 1380 1380 CATEGORY A CATEGORY B CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR VISIBILITY / RVR VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) MDA(H) OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 330(308) 1000 1500 230 330(308) 1000 1500 230 280(258) 900(650) 1300 640(618) 2000 2800 540 640(618) 2000 2800 540 640(618) 2800 3600 1120(1098) 2800 3600 1020 1120(1098) 3200 4000 1020 1120(1098) 5000 5000 1080(1058) 2800 3600 980 1080(1058) 3200 3600 980 1080(1058) 5000 5000 360(345) 1400 1800 260 360(345) 1400 1800 270 320(305) 1200 1600 510(495) 2400 2800 410 510(495) 2400 2800 410 510(495) 2800 3200 720(705) 2400 2800 620 720(705) 2400 2800 620 720(705) 3600 4000 760(745) 2400 2800 660 760(745) 2400 2800 660 760(745) 4000 4400 520(483) 2000 2400 420 520(483) 2000 2400 440 490(453) 2100 2500 680(643) 2400 2800 580 680(643) 2400 2800 580 680(643) 3200 3600 830(793) 2400 2800 730 830(793) 2400 2800 730 830(793) 4000 4400 780(743) 2400 2800 680 780(743) 2400 2800 680 780(743) 4000 4400 * Straigh-in landing for Runway 14 SHALL NOT be conducted in weather conditions AT or BELOW 500 FT ceiling 1480(1454) 1480(1443) 3600 3600 1380 1380 1480(1454) 1480(1443) 3600 3600 1380 1480 1480(1454) 1580(1543) 5000 5000 OCA 230 540 1020 980 270 410 620 660 440 580 730 680 1380 1700 MDA(H) CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 3200 5000 5000 1200 3200 4000 4400 2100 3600 4400 4400 W/O ALS 1300 4000 5000 5000 1600 3600 4400 4800 2500 4000 4800 4800 5000 5000

Rwy 09 THR 15 Ft

Rwy 14 THR 37 Ft

280(258) 640(618) 1120(1098) 1080(1058) 320(305) 510(495) 720(705) 760(745) 490(453) 680(643) 830(793) 780(743) 1480(1454) 1800(1763)

Rwy 32 THR 26 Ft

High Intensity, Cat-II Approach light System ( 840M). Glide Path Angle 3.3 Degrees - Full Facility Cat-I Approach Light System (510M). Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees - Intermediate Facility Approach Light System Cat.I upto 630 M. Glide Path angle 3 Degrees - Intermediate Facility Simple Approach Light System ( 360 M).- Basic Facility

AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

Rev dated 08.01.2010

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA - NAGPUR AERODROME
CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1240(233) 800(550) 1200 1410(403) 1600 2400 1440(433) 1600 2400 1520(513) 1600 2400 1620(613) 3600 3600 1460(427) 2000 2400 1720(687) 2000 2400 1720(687) 3600

AERODROME ELEV. - 1033 Ft
NORMAL MINIMA
CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1240(233) 800(550) 1200 1410(403) 1600 2400 1440(433) 1600 2400 1520(513) 1600 2400 1620(613) 3600 3600 1460(427) 2000 2400 1720(687) 2000 2400 1720(687) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1240(233) 800(550) 1200 1410(403) 2000 2800 1440(433) 2000 2800 1520(513) 2000 2800 1680(673) 3600 4000 1460(427) 2400 2800 1720(687) 3600 4000 1900(867) 4800 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1240(233) 800(550) 1200 1410(403) 2400 3200 1440(433) 2400 3200 1520(513) 2800 3600 1680(673) 3600 4400 1460(427) 2800 3200 1720(687) 4000 4400 1900(867) 5000

RUNWAY, THR ELEV RWY 32 THR 1007 Ft

PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 32 GP INOP Rwy 32 VOR (X) Rwy 32 VOR (Y) Rwy 32 NDB Rwy 32 VOR (X) Rwy 14 VOR (Y)Rwy 14 Visual Circling

OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1620 1460 1720 1720

OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1620 1460 1720 1720

OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1680 1460 1720 1900

OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1680 1460 1720 1900

RWY 14 THR 1033

RESTRICTED MINIMA
RUNWAY, THR ELEV RWY 32 THR 1007 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 32 GP INOP Rwy 32 VOR (X) Rwy 32 VOR (Y) Rwy 32 NDB Rwy 32 VOR (X) Rwy 14 VOR (Y) Rwy 14 Visual Circling OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1620 1460 1720 1720 MDA(H) CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1000 2000 2000 2000 3600 2400 2400 W/O ALS 1800 2800 2800 2800 3600 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1620 1460 1720 1720 MDA(H) CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1000 2000 2000 2000 3600 2400 2400 W/O ALS 1800 2800 2800 2800 3600 2800 2800 3600 OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1680 1460 1720 1900 MDA(H) CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 2400 2400 2800 3600 2800 4000 W/O ALS 1300 3200 3200 3600 4400 3200 4400 5000 OCA 1240 1410 1440 1520 1680 1460 1720 1900 MDA(H) CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 900(650) 2800 2800 3200 4000 3200 4400 W/O ALS 1300 3600 3600 4000 4800 3600 4800 5000

RWY 14 THR 1033

1340(333) 1510(503) 1540(533) 1620(613) 1720(713) 1560(527) 1820(787) 1820(787)

1340(333) 1510(503) 1540(533) 1620(613) 1720(713) 1560(527) 1820(787) 1820(787)

1290(283) 1510(503) 1540(533) 1620(613) 1780(773) 1560(527) 1820(787) 2000(967)

1290(283) 1510(503) 1540(533) 1620(613) 1780(773) 1560(527) 1820(787) 2000(967)

Runway 32 - High intensity, Cat-I Approach Light System, Length 913.7M = Full Facility Runway 14 - High Intensity, Simple Approach Light System, Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees

AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

Rev dated 08.01.2010

769 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1220(451) 3600 OCA 1260(491) - 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. THR ELEV RWY 10 THR 766 Ft RWY 28 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 10 Visual Circling Runway 10 .PANTNAGAR AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . .Basic Facility Runway 28 .2010 .01.Basic Facility OCA 1220 1260 1360(591) 3600 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1320(551) 3600 OCA 1220 1260 1360(591) 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1320(551) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 10 THR 766 Ft RWY 28 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 10 Visual Circling OCA 1220 1260 1260(491) 3600 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1220(451) 3600 OCA 1220 1260 AERODROME ELEV.

Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .01.High Intensity.High Intensity. Abridged Simple Approach Light System.170 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 480(311) 1600 680(510) 2400 780(610) 2400 830(660) 2400 600(430) 2000 2400 650(480) 2000 2400 830(660) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 480(311) 1600 680(510) 2800 780(610) 3600 830(660) 3600 600(430) 2400 2800 650(480) 2400 2800 1050(880) 4800 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Rev dated 08. Simple Approach Light System. THR ELEV RWY 25 THR 169 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 25 GP INOP Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 Visual Circling OCA 480 680 780 830 600 650 830 OCA 480 680 780 830 600 650 830 OCA 480 680 780 830 600 650 1050 RWY 07 THR 169 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 . THR ELEV RWY 25 THR 169 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 25 GP INOP Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 25 VOR Rwy 25 VOR DME Rwy 07 VOR Rwy 07 Visual Circling OCA 480 680 780 830 600 650 830 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 580(411) 2200 780(610) 2800 880(710) 2800 930(760) 2800 700(530) 2400 2800 750(580) 2400 2800 930(760) 3600 OCA 480 680 780 830 600 650 830 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 580(411) 2200 780(610) 2800 880(710) 2800 930(760) 2800 700(530) 2400 2800 750(580) 2400 2800 930(760) 3600 OCA 480 680 780 830 600 650 1050 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 530(361) 1900 780(610) 3600 880(710) 4000 930(760) 4400 700(530) 2800 3200 750(580) 2800 3200 1150(980) 5000 RWY 07 THR 169 Ft Runway 25 . Length 210M = Basic Facility Runway 07 . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.PATNA AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 480(311) 1600 680(510) 2400 780(610) 2400 830(660) 2400 600(430) 2000 2400 650(480) 2000 2400 830(660) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.

2010 . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 14 Ft RWY 09 THR 23 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 09 OCA 980 630 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1080(1066) 3600 730(707) 3600 OCA 980 630 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1080(1066) 3600 730(707) 3600 OCA CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS Visual Circling 980 1080(1057) 3600 980 1080(1057) 3600 Runway 27 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 14 Ft RWY 09 THR 23 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 09 OCA 980 630 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 980(966) 3600 630(607) 3600 OCA 980 630 AERODROME ELEV.Approach Light System Not Available.23 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 980(966) 3600 630(607) 3600 OCA ` Visual Circling 980 980(957) 3600 980 980(957) 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.PORBANDAR AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.01.Approach Light System Not Available. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. . Rev dated 08. Basic Facility Runway 09 . Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.

Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. . Rev dated 08. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .2010 .151 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 560(450) 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 560(450) 3600 OCA 560 Visual Circling 650 650(499) 3600 650 650(499) 3600 1040 1040(889) 5000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.Approach Light System Not Available. THR ELEV RWY 05 THR 110 Ft RWY 23 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 05 OCA 560 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 660(550) 3600 OCA 560 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 660(550) 3600 OCA 560 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 660(550) 3600 Visual Circling 650 750(599) 3600 650 750(599) 3600 1040 1140(989) 5000 Runway 05 . Basic Facility Runway 23 .01. THR ELEV RWY 05 THR 110 Ft RWY 23 THR PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 05 OCA 560 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 560(450) 3600 OCA 560 AERODROME ELEV.Approach Light System Not Available.RAJAMUNDRY AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.

Approach Light System Not Available.RAJKOT AERODROME AERODROME ELEV. Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.2010 . THR ELEV CATEGORY A PROCEDURE VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 1200 2400 2400 2400 3600 CATEGORY B CATEGORY C OCA RWY 23 THR 423 Ft ILS Rwy 23 GP INOP Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 23 VOR Rwy 23 NDB Rwy 23 Visual Circling 660 830 910 960 1300 1500 MDA(H) 660(237) 830(407) 910(487) 960(537) 1300(877) OCA 660 830 910 960 1300 1500 MDA(H) 660(237) 830(407) 910(487) 960(537) 1300(877) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 1200 2400 2400 2400 3600 OCA 670 830 910 960 1300 1600 MDA(H) 670(247) 830(407) 910(487) 960(537) 1300(877) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 1200 2800 2800 3200 4800 RWY 05 THR 438 Ft 1500(1059) - 3600 1500(1059) - 3600 1600(1159) - 5000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .441 Ft NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.Approach Light System Not Available. THR ELEV RWY 23 THR 423 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 23 GP INOP Rwy 23 VOR DME Rwy 23 VOR Rwy 23 NDB Rwy 23 Visual Circling OCA 660 830 910 960 1300 1500 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 760(337) 1800 930(507) 2800 1010(587) 2800 1060(637) 2800 1400(977) 3600 OCA 660 830 910 960 1300 1500 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 760(337) 1800 930(507) 2800 1010(587) 2800 1060(637) 2800 1400(977) 3600 OCA 670 830 910 960 1300 1600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 720(297) 1300 930(507) 3200 1010(587) 3200 1060(637) 3600 1400(977) 5000 RWY 05 THR 438 Ft 1600(1159) - 3600 1600(1159) - 3600 1700(1259) - 5000 Runway 23 . Basic Facility Runway 05 . Rev dated 08.01.

Rev dated 08. . THR ELEV PROCEDURE ILS RWY 24 GP INOP RWY24 VOR DME Rwy 24 VOR Rwy 24 NDB Rwy 24 VOR DME Rwy 06 VOR Rwy 06 NDB Rwy 06 Visual Circling OCA 1260 1440 1440 1490 1490 1440 1490 1490 1540 OCA 1260 1440 1440 1490 1490 1440 1490 1490 1540 OCA 1260 1440 1440 1490 1490 1440 1490 1490 1640 RWY 24 THR 1039 Ft RWY 06 THR1011 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. THR ELEV PROCEDURE ILS RWY 24 GP INOP RWY24 VOR DME Rwy 24 VOR Rwy 24 NDB Rwy 24 VOR DME Rwy 06 VOR Rwy 06 NDB Rwy 06 Visual Circling OCA 1260 1440 1440 1490 1490 1440 1490 1490 1540 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1360(322) 1700 1540(502) 2800 1540(499) 2800 1590(549) 2800 1590(549) 3600 1540(529) 2800 1590(579) 2800 1590(579) 3600 1640(599) 3600 OCA 1260 1440 1440 1490 1490 1440 1490 1490 1540 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1360(322) 1700 1540(502) 2800 1540(499) 2800 1590(549) 2800 1590(549) 3600 1540(529) 2800 1590(579) 2800 1590(579) 3600 1640(599) 3600 OCA 1260 1440 1440 1490 1490 1440 1490 1490 1640 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1310(272) 1300 1540(502) 3200 1540(499) 3200 1590(549) 3200 1590(549) 3600 1540(529) 3200 1590(579) 3200 1590(579) 3600 1740(699) 4000 RWY 24 THR 1039 Ft RWY 06 THR1011 Ft Runway 24 .01. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.Approach Light System Not AVAILABLE = Basic Facility Runway 06 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA .RAIPUR AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1260(222) 1200 1440(402) 2400 1440(399) 2400 1490(449) 2400 1490(449) 3600 1440(429) 2400 1490(479) 2400 1490(479) 3600 1540(499) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE = Basic Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.1041 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1260(222) 1200 1440(402) 2400 1440(399) 2400 1490(449) 2400 1490(449) 3600 1440(429) 2400 1490(479) 2400 1490(479) 3600 1540(499) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 1260(222) 1200 1440(402) 2800 1440(399) 2800 1490(449) 2800 1490(449) 3600 1440(429) 2800 1490(479) 2800 1490(479) 3600 1640(599) 3600 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 .

Length 180m = Basic Facility Runway 13 . Length 240M = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Abridged Simple Approach Light System.2148 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2290(215) 1200 2540(465) 2400 2480(405) 2400 2780(705) 2400 2780(705) 3600 2680(532) 2400 3030(882) 3200 3030(882) 3600 3030(882) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2310(235) 1200 2540(465) 2800 2480(405) 2800 2780(705) 4000 2780(705) 4000 2680(532) 3200 3030(882) 5000 3030(882) 5000 3140(992) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2310(235) 1200 2540(465) 3600 2480(405) 3200 2780(705) 4400 2780(705) 4400 2680(560) 3600 3030(882) 5000 3030(882) 5000 3140(992) 5000 RUNWAY.2010 .High Intensity.01. Rev dated 08.High Intensity.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Simple Approach Light System. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 31 THR 2075 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 31 GP INOP Rwy 31 VOR DME Rwy 31 VOR Rwy 31 NDB Rwy 31 VOR DME Rwy 13 VOR Rwy 13 NDB Rwy 13 Visual Circling OCA 2290 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3030 OCA 2290 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3030 OCA 2310 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3140 OCA 2310 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3140 RWY 13 THR 2141 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. . THR ELEV RWY 31 THR 2075 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 31 GP INOP Rwy 31 VOR DME Rwy 31 VOR Rwy 31 NDB Rwy 31 VOR DME Rwy 13 VOR Rwy 13 NDB Rwy 13 Visual Circling OCA 2290 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3030 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2390(315) 1700 2640(565) 2800 2580(505) 2800 2880(805) 2800 2880(805) 3600 2780(632) 2800 3130(982) 3200 3130(982) 3600 3130(982) 3600 OCA 2290 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3030 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2390(315) 1700 2640(565) 2800 2580(505) 2800 2880(805) 2800 2880(805) 3600 2780(632) 2800 3130(982) 3600 3130(982) 3600 3130(982) 3600 OCA 2310 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3140 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2360(285) 1300 2640(565) 3200 2580(505) 3200 2880(805) 4400 2880(805) 4400 2780(632) 3600 3130(982) 5000 3130(982) 5000 3240(1092) 5000 OCA 2310 2540 2480 2780 2780 2680 3030 3030 3140 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2360(285) 1300 2640(565) 4000 2580(505) 3600 2880(805) 4800 2880(805) 4800 2780(632) 4000 3130(982) 5000 3130(982) 5000 3240(1092) 5000 RWY 13 Runway 31 .RANCHI AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2290(215) 1200 2540(465) 2400 2480(405) 2400 2780(705) 2400 2780(705) 3600 2680(532) 2400 3030(882) 2800 3030(882) 3600 3030(882) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.

Length 420M = Intermediate Facility AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.High Intensity. Simple Approach Light System. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Runway 26 . Rev dated 08. Simple Approach Light System.350 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 800(468) 1680(1330) 2000 2400 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 800(468) 1680(1330) 2400 2800 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.High Intensity.TIRUPATI AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 800(468) 1680(1330) 2000 2400 3600 AERODROME ELEV.01.2010 . . THR ELEV RWY 08 THR 350 Ft RWY 26 THR 332 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME RWY26 Circling OCA 800 1680 OCA 800 1680 OCA 800 1680 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . THR ELEV RWY 08 THR 350 Ft RWY 26 THR 332 Ft PROCEDURE VOR DME RWY26 Circling OCA 800 1680 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 900(568) 1780(1430) 2400 2800 3600 OCA 800 1680 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 900(568) 1780(1430) 2400 2800 3600 OCA 800 1680 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 900(568) 1780(1430) 2800 3200 5000 Runway 08 .

AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Rev dated 08.288 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 520(245) 800 1200 680(405) 2400 2800 680(405) 2400 2800 730(455) 2400 2800 690(402) 740(452) 1010(722) 2800 2800 4000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.TRICHY AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 520(245) 800 1200 680(405) 2000 2400 680(405) 2000 2400 730(455) 2000 2400 690(402) 740(452) 830(542) 2400 2400 3600 AERODROME ELEV.2010 . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 275 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling Runway 27 .Intermediate Facility Runway 09 .01. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 275 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 27 VOR Rwy 27 NDB Rwy 27 VOR DME Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 520 680 680 730 690 740 830 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 520 520(245) 800 1200 680 680(405) 2000 2400 680 680(405) 2000 2400 730 730(455) 2000 2400 Straight-In Approach Withdrawn 690 740 830 690(402) 740(452) 830(542) 2400 2400 3600 OCA 520 680 680 730 690 740 1010 RWY 09 THR 287 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. .basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees OCA 520 680 680 730 690 740 830 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 620(345) 1400 1800 780(505) 2400 2800 780(505) 2400 2800 830(555) 2400 2800 790(502) 840(552) 930(642) 2800 2800 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 520 620(345) 1400 1800 680 780(505) 2400 2800 680 780(505) 2400 2800 730 830(555) 2400 2800 Straight-In Approach Withdrawn 690 740 830 790(502) 840(552) 930(642) 2800 2800 3600 OCA 520 680 680 730 690 740 1010 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 570(295) 900 1300 780(505) 2800 3200 780(505) 2800 3200 830(555) 2800 3200 790(502) 840(552) 1110(822) 3200 3200 4800 RWY 09 THR 287 Ft AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.

Rev dated 08.Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 730 730 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 360(346) 1500 1900 620(606) 2400 2800 730(716) 2400 2800 780(766) 2400 2800 780(766) 3600 3600 520(506) 2800 780(766) 2800 830(816) 3600 830(816) 3600 OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 730 730 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 360(346) 1500 1900 620(606) 2400 2800 730(716) 2400 2800 780(766) 2400 2800 780(766) 3600 3600 520(506) 2800 780(766) 2800 830(816) 3600 830(816) 3600 OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 780 1230 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 310(296) 900 1300 620(606) 3200 3600 730(716) 3600 4000 780(766) 4000 4400 780(766) 4000 4400 520(506) 3200 780(766) 4400 880(866) 4800 1330(1316) 5000 OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 780 1230 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 310(296) 900 1300 620(606) 3600 4000 730(716) 4000 4400 780(766) 4400 4800 780(766) 4400 4800 520(506) 3600 780(766) 4800 880(866) 5000 1330(1316) 5000 RWY 14 THR 14 Ft AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.14 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 260(246) 800 1200 520(506) 2400 2800 630(616) 3200 3600 680(666) 3200 3600 680(666) 3600 3600 420(406) 2800 680(666) 3600 780(766) 4400 1230(1216) 5000 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 260(246) 800 1200 520(506) 3200 3600 630(616) 3600 4000 680(666) 3600 4000 680(666) 3600 4000 420(406) 3200 680(666) 4000 780(766) 4800 1230(1216) 5000 RWY 14 THR 14 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 260(246) 800 1200 520(506) 2000 2400 630(616) 2000 2400 680(666) 2000 2400 680(666) 3600 3600 420(406) 2400 680(666) 2400 730(716) 3600 730(716) 3600 OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 780 1230 OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 780 1230 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. THR ELEV RWY 32 THR 14 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 32 GP INOP Rwy 32 VOR DME Rwy 32 VOR Rwy 32 NDB Rwy 32 VOR DME Rwy 14 VOR Rwy 14 NDB Rwy 14 Visual Circling Runway 32 .THIRUVANANTHAPURAM AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. THR ELEV RWY 32 THR 14 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 32 GP INOP Rwy 32 VOR DME Rwy 32 VOR Rwy 32 NDB Rwy 32 VOR DME Rwy 14 VOR Rwy 14 NDB Rwy 14 Visual Circling OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 730 730 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 260(246) 800 1200 520(506) 2000 2400 630(616) 2000 2400 680(666) 2000 2400 680(666) 3600 3600 420(406) 2400 680(666) 2400 730(716) 3600 730(716) 3600 OCA 260 520 630 680 680 420 680 730 730 AERODROME ELEV.2010 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.Intermediate Facility Runway 14 .01. .

Medium Intensity. Length 360M = Basic Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.UDAIPUR AERODROME CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2000(337) 1400 1800 2060(397) 2000 2400 2220(557) 2000 2400 2310(647) 2000 2400 2390(727) 3600 3600 2470(786) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.High Intensity. THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 1663 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 26 GP INOP Rwy 26 VOR DME Rwy 26 VOR Rwy 26 NDB Rwy 26 Visual Circling OCA 2000 2060 2220 2310 2390 2470 OCA 2000 2060 2220 2310 2390 2470 OCA 2010 2060 2220 2310 2390 3170 RWY 08 THR 1681 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.2010 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . . Simple Approach Light System.1684 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2000(337) 1400 1800 2060(397) 2000 2400 2220(557) 2000 2400 2310(647) 2000 2400 2390(727) 3600 3600 2470(786) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2010(347) 1500 1900 2060(397) 2400 2800 2220(557) 2800 3200 2310(647) 3200 3600 2390(727) 3600 4000 3170(1486) 5000 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 1663 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 26 GP INOP Rwy 26 VOR DME Rwy 26 VOR Rwy 26 NDB Rwy 26 Visual Circling OCA 2000 2060 2220 2310 2390 2470 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2100(437) 2000 2400 2160(497) 2400 2800 2320(657) 2400 2800 2410(747) 2400 2800 2490(827) 3600 3600 OCA 2000 2060 2220 2310 2390 2470 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2100(437) 2000 2400 2160(497) 2400 2800 2320(657) 2400 2800 2410(747) 2400 2800 2490(827) 3600 3600 OCA 2010 2060 2220 2310 2390 3170 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 2060(397) 1800 2200 2160(497) 2800 3200 2320(657) 3200 3600 2410(747) 4000 4400 2490(827) 4400 4800 RWY 08 THR 1681 Ft 2570(886) - 3600 2570(886) - 3600 3270(1586) - 5000 Runway 26 . Rev dated 08. Simple Approach Light System. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Runway 08 .01.

High Intensity. THR ELEV RWY 22 THR 127 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 22 GP INOP Rwy 22 VOR DME Rwy 22 VOR Rwy 22 NDB Rwy 22 Visual Circling OCA 390 560 570 720 720 720 OCA 390 560 570 720 720 720 OCA 410 560 570 720 720 980 OCA 410 560 570 720 720 980 RWY 04 THR 122 Ft 720(591) - 3600 720(591) - 3600 980(851) - 4800 980(851) - 5000 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.VADODARA AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 390(263) 900 1300 560(431) 2000 2400 570(441) 2000 2400 720(591) 2000 2400 720(591) 3600 3600 AERODROME ELEV.01.129 Ft NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 390(263) 900 1300 560(431) 2000 2400 570(441) 2000 2400 720(591) 2000 2400 720(591) 3600 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 410(283) 900 1300 560(431) 2400 2800 570(441) 2400 2800 720(591) 2800 3200 720(591) 3600 3600 CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 410(283) 900 1300 560(431) 2800 3200 570(441) 2800 3200 720(591) 3200 3600 720(591) 3600 3600 RUNWAY.High Intensity. Length 360M Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility. Rev dated 08. Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Runway 04 .2010 . . Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . THR ELEV RWY 22 THR 127 Ft PROCEDURE ILS Rwy 22 GP INOP Rwy 22 VOR DME Rwy 22 VOR Rwy 22 NDB Rwy 22 Visual Circling OCA 390 560 570 720 720 720 MDA(H) CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1600 2400 2400 2400 3600 W/O ALS 2000 2800 2800 2800 3600 OCA 390 560 570 720 720 720 MDA(H) CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1600 2400 2400 2400 3600 W/O ALS 2000 2800 2800 2800 3600 OCA 410 560 570 720 720 980 MDA(H) CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1400 2800 2800 3600 3600 W/O ALS 1800 3200 3200 4000 4000 OCA 410 560 570 720 720 980 MDA(H) CATEGORY D VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS 1400 3200 3200 4000 4000 W/O ALS 1800 3600 3600 4400 4400 490(363) 660(531) 670(541) 820(691) 820(691) 490(363) 660(531) 670(541) 820(691) 820(691) 460(333) 660(531) 670(541) 820(691) 820(691) 460(333) 660(531) 670(541) 820(691) 820(691) RWY 04 THR 122 Ft 820(691) - 3600 820(691) - 3600 1080(951) - 5000 1080(951) - 5000 Runway 22 . Simple approach Light System. Simple Approach Light System.

01. THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 264 Ft PROCEDURE ILS DME Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 DVOR DME Rwy 27 DVOR Rwy 27 DVOR DME Rwy 09 DVOR Rwy 09 NDB Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 519 670 660 710 660 710 710 760 OCA 519 670 660 710 660 710 710 760 OCA 519 670 660 710 660 710 710 860 RWY 09 THR 262 Ft RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI. . Simple Approach Light System.VARANASI AIRPORT CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 519(255) 1300 670(404) 2400 660(394) 2400 710(444) 2400 660(394) 2000 2400 710(444) 2000 2400 710(444) 3600 3600 760(494) 3600 AERODROME ELEV.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Rev dated 08.High Intensity.266 Ft CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 519(255) 1300 670(404) 2400 660(394) 2400 710(444) 2400 660(394) 2000 2400 710(444) 2000 2400 710(444) 3600 3600 760(494) 3600 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 519(255) 1300 670(404) 2800 660(394) 2800 710(444) 2800 660(394) 2400 2800 710(444) 2400 2800 710(444) 3600 3600 860(594) 3600 NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY.Approach Light System NOT AVAILABLE = Basic Facility Runway 09 . Length 420M = Intermediate Facility Glide Path Angle 3 Degrees AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.2010 . THR ELEV RWY 27 THR 264 Ft PROCEDURE ILS DME Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 DVOR DME Rwy 27 DVOR Rwy 27 DVOR DME Rwy 09 DVOR Rwy 09 NDB Rwy 09 Visual Circling OCA 519 670 660 710 660 710 710 760 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 619(355) 1900 770(504) 2800 760(494) 2800 810(544) 2800 760(494) 2400 2800 810(544) 2400 2800 810(544) 3600 3600 860(594) 3600 OCA 519 670 660 710 660 710 710 760 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 619(355) 1900 770(504) 2800 760(494) 2800 810(544) 2800 760(494) 2400 2800 810(544) 2400 2800 810(544) 3600 3600 860(594) 3600 OCA 519 670 660 710 660 710 710 860 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 569(305) 1600 770(504) 3200 760(494) 3200 810(544) 3200 760(494) 2800 3200 810(544) 2800 3200 810(544) 3600 3600 960(694) 4000 RWY 09 THR 262 Ft Runway 27 .

.Basic Facility Runway 08 .Rev dated 08.01. . THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 70 Ft RWY 08 THR 77 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 26 VORDME RWY 26 VOR RWY 26 VOR RWY 08 Visual Circling OCA 680 490 680 750 680 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 680(610) 3600 490(420) 2400 680(610) 2400 750(668) 680(598) 2400 3600 OCA 680 490 680 750 680 AERODROME ELEV.Basic Facility OCA 680 490 680 750 680 CATEGORY A VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 780(710) 3600 590(520) 2800 780(710) 2800 850(768) 780(698) 2800 3600 OCA 680 490 680 750 680 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 780(710) 3600 590(520) 2800 780(710) 2800 850(768) 780(698) 2800 3600 840 940(858) 4800 OCA 680 CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 780(710) 4000 AOM Values stated above are subject to revision due to change in Values of OCA/ facility.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA . Changes are reflected in red. THR ELEV RWY 26 THR 70 Ft RWY 08 THR 77 Ft PROCEDURE NDB Rwy 26 VOR DME RWY 26 VOR RWY 26 VOR RWY 08 Visual Circling Runway 26 .VIJAYWADA AERODROME NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY. Updated AOM may be confirmed from AAI.82 Ft CATEGORY C VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 680(610) 3600 CATEGORY B VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) With ALS W/O ALS 680(610) 3600 490(420) 2400 680(610) 2400 750(668) 680(598) 2400 3600 OCA 680 840 840(758) - 4400 RESTRICTED MINIMA RUNWAY.2010.

 Intermediate Facility Runway 04  ‐  Approach Light System Not Available. Basic Facility Revised up to 08‐01‐2010 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA ‐         SURAT AIRPORT                   AERODROME ELEV. ‐ 29 Ft NORMAL MINIMA RUNWAY THR ELEV RWY22‐29 FT PROCEDURE OCA VOR Rwy 22 Visual Circling RUNWAY PROCEDURE OCA RWY22‐29 FT VOR Rwy 22 Visual Circling 500 890 500 890 CATEGORY A MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 500(471) 2000 2400 890(861) 3600 OCA 500 CATEGORY B MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 500(471) 2000 2400 OCA 500 920 CATEGORY C MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 500(471) 2400 2800 920(891) 5000 5000 3600 890 890(861) 3600 3600 RESTRICTED MINIMA CATEGORY A CATEGORY B OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 600(571) 2400 2800 500 600(571) 2400 2800 3600 3600 890 990(961) 3600 3600 OCA 500 920 CATEGORY C MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS 600(571) 2800 3200 1020(991) 5000 5000 990(961) Runway 22  ‐  Approach Light System Not Available.

3 Degrees FOR RWY 27 AND 09 Revised on 08. THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA RWY 27 THR 2024 Ft ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR  Rwy 27 ILS Rwy 09 GP INOP Rwy 09 VOR  Rwy 09 Visual Circling 2225 2430 2430 2170 2430 2430 2520 NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY A CATEGORY B CATEGORY C CATEGORY D MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 2225(201) 800(550) 1200 2225 2225(201) 800(550) 1200 2225 2225(201) 800(550) 1200 2225 2225(201) 800(550) 1200 2430(406) 1600 2400 2430 2430(406) 1600 2400 2430 2430(406) 2000 2800 2430 2430(406) 2400 3200 2430(406) 1600 2400 2430 2430(406) 1600 2400 2430 2430(406) 2000 2800 2430 2430(406) 2400 3200 2170(201) 800(550) 1200 2170 2170(201) 800(550) 1200 2170 2170(201) 800(550) 1200 2170 2170(201) 800(550) 1200 2430(461) 1600 2400 2430 2430(461) 1600 2400 2430 2430(461) 2000 2800 2430 2430(461) 2800 3600 2430(461) 1600 2400 2430 2430(461) 1600 2400 2430 2430(461) 2000 2800 2430 2430(461) 2800 3600 2520(496) ‐ 3600 2520 2520(496) ‐ 3600 2720 2720(696) ‐ 4000 2720 2720(696) ‐ 4400 RESTRICTED MINIMA CATEGORY A CATEGORY B CATEGORY C CATEGORY C MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) SIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 2325(301) 1000 1400 2225 2325(301) 1000 1400 2225 2275(251) 1000 1200 2225 2275(251) 1000 1200 2530(506) 2000 2800 2430 2530(506) 2000 2800 2430 2530(506) 2400 3200 2430 2530(506) 2800 3600 2530(506) 2000 2800 2430 2430(406) 2000 2800 2430 2430(406) 2400 3200 2430 2430(406) 2800 3600 2270(301) 1000 1400 2170 2270(301) 1000 1400 2170 2220(251) 1000 1200 2170 2220(251) 1000 1200 2530(561) 2000 2800 2430 2530(561) 2000 2800 2430 2530(561) 2400 3200 2430 2530(561) 3200 4000 2530(561) 2000 2800 2430 2530(561) 2000 2800 2430 2530(561) 2400 3200 2430 2530(561) 3200 4000 2620(596) ‐ 3600 2520 2620(596) ‐ 3600 2720 2820(796) ‐ 4400 2720 2820(796) ‐ 4800 RWY 09 THR 1969 Ft RUNWAY.01. THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA RWY 27 THR 2024 Ft ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR  Rwy 27 ILS Rwy 09 GP INOP Rwy 09 VOR  Rwy 09 Visual Circling 2225 2430 2430 2170 2430 2430 2520 RWY 09 THR 1969 Ft Runway 27  ‐  CAT 1 Approach Light System  Runway 09  ‐  CAT 1 Approach Light System  Glide Path angle 3. ‐ 2024 Ft RUNWAY.2010 Revised upto 27‐05‐08 .AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA ‐ RGI  AIRPORT SAMSHABAD(HIAL)   AERODROME ELEV.

 THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA RWY 27 THR 2917 Ft ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR  Rwy 27 ILS Rwy 09 GP INOP Rwy 09 VOR  Rwy 09 Visual Circling 3120 3420 3420 3205 3620 3620 3620 NORMAL MINIMA CATEGORY A CATEGORY B CATEGORY C CATEGORY D MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 3120(203) 800(550) 1200 3120 3120(203) 800(550) 1200 3120 3120(203) 800(550) 1200 3120 3120(203) 800(550) 1200 3420(503) 1600 2400 3420 3420(503) 1600 2400 3420 3420(503) 2000 2800 3420 3420(503) 2800 3600 3420(503) 1600 2400 3420 3420(503) 1600 2400 3420 3420(503) 2000 2800 3420 3420(503) 2800 3600 3205(204) 800(550) 1200 3205 3205(204) 800(550) 1200 3205 3205(204) 800(550) 1200 3205 3205(204) 800(550) 1200 3620(619) 1600 2400 3620 3620(619) 1600 2400 3620 3620(619) 2800 3600 3620 3620(619) 3200 4000 3620(619) 1600 2400 3620 3620(619) 1600 2400 3620 3620(619) 2800 3600 3620 3620(619) 3200 4000 3620(616) ‐ 3600 3620 3620(616) ‐ 3600 3870 3870(866) ‐ 4000 3870 3870(866) ‐ 4400 RESTRICTED MINIMA CATEGORY C CATEGORY C CATEGORY A CATEGORY B MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) SIBILITY / RVR OCA MDA(H) VISIBILITY / RVR With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS With ALS W/O ALS 3220(303) 1000 1400 3120 3220(303) 1000 1400 3120 3170(253) 1000 1400 3120 3170(253) 1000 1400 3520(603) 2000 2800 3420 3520(603) 2000 2800 3420 3520(603) 2800 3600 3420 3520(603) 3200 4000 3520(603) 2000 2800 3420 3520(603) 2000 2800 3420 3520(603) 2800 3600 3420 3520(603) 3200 4000 3305(304) 1000 1400 3205 3305(304) 1000 1400 3205 3255(254) 1000 1200 3205 3255(254) 1000 1200 3720(719) 2000 2800 3620 3720(719) 2000 2800 3620 3720(719) 3200 4000 3620 3720(719) 3600 4400 3720(719) 2000 2800 3620 3720(719) 2000 2800 3620 3720(719) 3200 4000 3620 3720(719) 3600 4400 3720(716) ‐ 3600 3620 3720(716) ‐ 3600 3870 3970(966) ‐ 4400 3870 3970(966) ‐ 4800 RWY 09 THR 3001 Ft RUNWAY.4 Degrees FOR RWY 27 AND 09                                                                                                                                                                                                             Revised upto 08‐01‐2010.AERODROME OPERATING MINIMA ‐ BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL  AIRPORT (BIAL)    AERODROME ELEV. . ‐ 3004 Ft RUNWAY. THR ELEV PROCEDURE OCA RWY 27 THR 2917 Ft ILS Rwy 27 GP INOP Rwy 27 VOR  Rwy 27 ILS Rwy 09 GP INOP Rwy 09 VOR  Rwy 09 Visual Circling 3120 3420 3420 3205 3620 3620 3620 RWY 09 THR 3001 Ft Runway 27  ‐  CAT 1 Approach Light System  Runway 09  ‐  CAT 1 Approach Light System  Glide Path angle 3.

the reinforcement of these operating practices in the context of the Indian Monsoon with relevant. 2. Rev. Analysis has shown that most of the incidents and accidents. The season usually lasts from June to September and is dominated by the humid southwest summer monsoon. Adverse weather prevails in one part of an operator’s network or another at different times of the year. which slowly sweeps across the country beginning in May or early June. monsoon period is a defined period of adverse weather. to ensure an enhanced level of safety. Operators are to ensure that only pilots qualified as per this circular are detailed for flights into adverse weather/ monsoon affected regions 3. Operating techniques applicable to each aircraft. 1. However. who have obtained their command rating on Jet Transport aircraft for the first time. The following additional criteria must be fulfilled: (a) Should have operated as a P2 during a minimum of one monsoon season prior to obtaining PIC rating for the first time. specific and mandatory regulatory guidelines is essential. 17th August 2011 55 . exist in flight manuals and must be adhered to. Monsoon rains begin to recede from North India at the beginning of October. aviation incidents/ accidents occur every year. will fall under this category.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Annexure 2 ADVERSE WEATHER /MONSOON OPERATIONS 1. were not generally attributable to inadequacies in aircraft performance but occurred mostly due to various deficiencies/shortcomings of the human element. Purpose: Despite the annual occurrence and predicted regularity of the Indian Monsoon. under various generic adverse weather conditions. that have occurred. The actual dates of arrival and departure of the Indian Monsoon are forecast each year by the India Meteorological Department (IMD) These can be perused on the website of IMD. Pilots who have Obtained Command Rating for the First Time: Pilots. Background Adverse weather is an integral part of flight operations. even if they have flown earlier in Turbo-prop aircraft. In India. The meteorological term Monsoon is traditionally defined as a seasonal reversing wind pattern accompanied by seasonal changes in precipitation.

Note: For the purpose of this circular.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  (b) Should have at least 100 hours PIC experience on type before being released to fly as PIC during adverse weather/monsoon conditions. All pilots are to undergo simulator training and checks as below before released to fly as PIC on a new type in actual or forecast. (iii) Use of Weather Radar (type specific) (iv) Techniques of Weather Avoidance. Operators who do not have any Training Captains shall get FSD approval for their qualified and experienced Pilots having a minimum of 500 Hrs PIC experience on type. (v) Indian Monsoon climatology (vi) ALAR and Adverse Weather Tool Kit (b) Simulator Training: Rev. Such flying would maintain his continuity and could be covered as “P1 Performance Monitoring”. the PIC may continue to fly from LHS with Examiners/Instructors/Check Pilots during adverse weather/monsoon conditions till they achieve 100 hours. 1. 4. Adverse Weather/Monsoon Training and Checks below to previous they are weather/ All Operators are to provide adverse weather/monsoon ground training as all their pilots irrespective of the fact that they may have flown during monsoon periods. In cases where a PIC is short of the 100 hours requirement or his endorsement has been obtained prior to or during adverse weather/monsoons. 17th August 2011 56 . (ii) Calculation of Take-off and Landing field lengths and impact of individual failure events (type specific). adverse monsoon conditions (a) Ground Training Ground training shall cover. but not be limited to: (i) Aircraft Performance during Take-off and Landing with specific emphasis on wet and contaminated runway conditions. 100 hours of PIC must include actual time in the left seat and NOT include hours logged as a cruise captain. to occupy the RHS as PIC for non-adverse weather/monsoon qualified Pilots and give guidance and help making decisions during adverse weather/monsoon conditions.

emphasis must be given on Constant Angle NonPrecision Approaches (CANPA) Ref. along with flight crew training.. monsoon and post monsoon weather .9 of 2009 – Standard Operating Procedures). The check has to be done in actual adverse weather/ rain conditions for landing. Increased emphasis on landing performance should be given including assessment of landing distance required in reduced braking effectiveness vs. (v) ILS approaches are to be preferred to non-precision approaches. The names of Commanders released on type subsequent to this date till the onset of pre-monsoon shall also be forwarded at the earliest. (c) Aircraft not having Simulator (i) Pilots of such Operators will undergo ground training as given above. General Conditions: (i) Minimum total cockpit experience level of the crew as PIC and Co-Pilot should not be less than 500 hours on type.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  (i) Two hours simulator training (in the form of LOFT) for adverse weather/monsoon operations covering all aspects of adverse weather/monsoon conditions likely to be encountered en-route and in terminal areas covering aircraft performance related to wet/ contaminated runway conditions combined with MEL dispatch. (viii) Flight Manual limitations and Company SOPs must be strictly adhered to. by all the Operators. Operations Circular 1 of 2005. (x) All Operators are required to follow a non-reprisal policy for Go around and Diversion. (iv) A list of commanders operating as PICs for the first monsoon on type is to be forwarded to Flight Standards Directorate. This training should be arranged as close as possible to the onset of Monsoon season as forecast by the Indian Meteorology Department. (ii) Two hours simulator check for adverse weather/monsoon operations to cover pre-monsoon. (vii) PANS OPS procedures for speed control in terminal areas must be followed. 1. In case of nonprecision approaches. Two sector Route Check on aircraft. (ix) Go around procedure in case of wind shear and stall and recovery procedure must be reviewed as per Operations Circular 2 of 2001. 1 of 2003 on “ALAR India Training Tool Kit and Circular No. actual Landing Distance Available (Safety Margins). (vi) Greater emphasis on stabilized approaches (Refer Operations Circular No. at the earliest. 17th August 2011 57 . Operators who have not introduced/ adopted CANPA in their flight procedures are required to do so. (ii) No supervised take-offs and landings in actual adverse weather/monsoon conditions. (ii) 5. Scheduled Operators shall prepare a quick analysis table for use during normal operations for wet/contaminated ALD and 1.15*ALD in view of the high cockpit work-load environment. Rev. (iii) Approach briefing prior to Top of Descent shall include wet/contaminated Actual Landing Distance calculation. DGCA Hqrs. by 15th of May of every year.

Note 3: For Simulator Monsoon Training and checks: the ADL must be revised to reflect the following functions must be operative: • Weather Radar. Rev. any system degradation causing impact on Flight Controls/Thrust Reversal/Anti-skid must be carefully weighed. one landing only) subject to acceptable weather conditions at departure and destination station”. 1. both must be serviceable. (d) Anti-Skid system – Subject to performance limitations. (c) All deceleration devices including Thrust reversers must be serviceable. (Type specific manufacturer’s guidance accepted) 6. (b) GPWS/EGPWS must be serviceable. (f) Anti-icing and De-icing – Subject to performance limitations.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  (xi) Documentation about upset recovery technique for specific airplane must be reviewed. MEL Requirements The following equipment shall be serviceable during adverse weather/monsoon conditions operations in Indian Airspace. The following items even though un-serviceable. (e) Wind-shield Wipers (where fitted) – Subject to the PIC side (LHS) being serviceable. (e) Wind shield wipers (where fitted) on both sides must be serviceable. Note 2: The above waivers to the MEL restrictions will in any case never be applied if the MEL/ other regulatory requirements are not permitting the same for any other specific operations. (a) Transponder/TCAS (not in RVSM airspace) (b) GPWS/EGPWS – subject to all other instrumentation (to co-relate position) being serviceable and flight crew to have satisfactory terrain awareness. could be accepted “to return direct to base station for maintenance” (i.e. (h) Groove on tyres must be visible out of base stations. (xii) Full flap landing and adequate usage of Reverse thrust and consideration of extra en-route/ terminal fuel computation shall be adhered to. 17th August 2011 58 . (f) Anti – icing and de-icing must be serviceable. (g) At least one Weather RADAR system must be serviceable. (d) Anti-skid system must be serviceable. Note 1: Clubbing of 6 (c) and (d) is not permitted.: (a) For aircraft requiring transponder and TCAS. (c) One Thrust reverser provided other decelerating devices are serviceable – Subject to additional margin of minimum 1000 feet to field length requirement for take-off and landing. So also.

turbulence/ windshear. 1. Rev. 17th August 2011 59 . wet/contaminated runway etc.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  • Appropriate Hi-Fidelity Special Effects for weather. as applicable.

the visibility/RVR minima is increased by 200 m for CAT A and B aircraft. on many procedures the DDA (as given in Ops Circular 1 of 2005) may be used safely as a decision altitude provided the go-around maneuver is initiated not later than the DDA. equipment. where the aircraft descends step-by-step prior to the next minimum altitude. if a step-down approach technique has been used. there is a need for additional visibility/RVR. This Annexure highlights some of the advantages of the use of a CDFA technique for existing approaches that do not otherwise use a VNAV or ILS glide path. a CDFA technique is recommended. 17th August 2011 60 . such as standardization of procedures. vertical speed or flight path angle may be used to achieve a CDFA profile. one decision at one point). Any height-loss associated with the missed approach climb should be minimized through instruction and training including strict adherence to path and speed and decision making ensuring immediate actions at the MDA. When executing an approach without using a CDFA technique. Approach procedures are designed to include additional safety buffers. (minimally 50’) to determine the altitude at which the vertical transition to the missed approach should be initiated in order to prevent descent below the MDA. there is no need to increase the RVR or visibility requirements for the approach. the CDFA technique has safety and operational advantages. Delay in the initiation of the missed approach manoeuvre may result in infringement of these buffers. prior to conducting CDFA.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Annexure 3 Continuous Descent Final Approach (CDFA) A CDFA is a specific technique for flying the final-approach segment of an instrument approach procedure as a continuous descent. 1. Flight crews should always be prepared in advance to initiate a missed approach procedure if necessary. A CDFA technique is recommended where possible to reduce the risk of CFIT. If the approach is not stable at a critical moment. and increased by 400 m in case of CAT C and D to aid the visual transition to landing. increased height above obstacles. e. the pilot may need additional reaction time for the vertical maneuver. For approaches that do not use VNAV or an ILS glideslope or glide path.g. reduced noise and reduced fuel burn. In case of the application of the CDFA technique. Rev. For those cases where the CDFA technique is not applied. Compared to the traditional descent approach technique. and instrument approach procedures to be flown. simplification of the decision process (one technique. Any turning maneuver associated with the missed approach should be initiated no earlier than the MAPt. without level-off. The CDFA technique can be flown on most published approach when VNAV or ILS is not available. each flight crewmember intending to fly CDFA profiles undertakes training appropriate to the aircraft. The operator should ensure that. from an altitude / height at or above the Final Approach Fix altitude / height to a point approximately 50ft above the landing runway threshold or the point where the flare maneuver should begin for the type of aeroplane flown. use of a stable flight path. It is required that flight crews add a prescribed altitude increment to the MDA depending on type of aircraft. or transgression below the OCH past the MAPt In such cases. When electronic or a pre-stored computed vertical guidance is not used.

f) Influence of wind shear. the use of visual cues. to aerodrome operating minima necessitated by inoperable or unserviceable instruments or systems. d) Approach and missed approach procedures and techniques. pitch trim failure). wheel height. the heights at which various cues may be expected to become visible in actual operations. l) procedures and techniques for reduced visibility take-offs including rejected take-off and action to be taken if the visibility deteriorates during take-off run. both above and below DA/H or MDA/H. The approved format of any training programme should be designed to fit the particular operation. antenna position and pitch attitude with reference to various pitch attitudes. e) use of visibility and RVR reports. k) Effect of system malfunction on auto-throttle or autopilot performance (e. the characteristics of fog and its effect on the relationship of RVR to the pilot’s visual segment and the problems of visual illusions. MDA/H or MAPt. including the geometry of eye-height. 1. pitch attitudes and cockpit cut-off angles. h) action to be taken if the visibility deteriorates when the aeroplane is below DA/H or MDA/H. and m) Such other factors as are considered to be necessary Rev. changes. engine failure. procedures and techniques for transition from instrument to visual reference. including height loss during the missed approach manoeuvre and obstacle clearance. if any. b) aeroplane-specific flight systems. 17th August 2011 61 . their availability and limitations in reduced RVR and various glide path angles.g. and the limitations associated with each method. including the various methods of assessing RVR. j) Significant factors in the calculation or determination of aerodrome operating minima.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  Annexure 4 Guidance Material for Low Visibility and ILS CAT I/II/III Training An all-weather operations ground training programme should provide instruction for all flight crew members appropriate to their designated duties. g) the pilot’s tasks at DA/H. It should cover the following items where applicable: a) Characteristics of visual and non-visual approach aids. i) Action in the event of equipment failure. turbulence and precipitation. and instrumentation and display systems and the associated limitations: c). and the techniques to be adopted for transition from visual to instrument flight.

followed by reversion to manual control for flare and landing. and with the critical engine inoperative.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  The all-weather operations programme for initial and recurrent training should provide simulator and/or in-flight training on the particular aeroplane type for all flight crew members.e. and the pilot should demonstrate the level of proficiency required by Flight Standards Directorate. d) instrument approach with all engines operating and with the critical engine inoperative. together with that required to maintain and renew the instrument rating. All-weather operations training should cover the following items. c) instrument approaches with all engines operating. The recurrent training required. the recurrent training should include take-offs in reduced visibility and all types of instrument approaches which the pilot is authorized to carry out. i. 1. all without external visual reference. b) System failures during approach. It is understood that the precise nature and scope of the operations manual with respect to all weather operations will vary from operator to operator and among different aeroplanes with different equipment. engine failures and rejected take-off. f) Procedures and techniques for reversion to instrument flight and the execution of a balked landing and subsequent recovery resulting from loss of visual reference below DA/H or MDA/H. to maintain pilot proficiency on an aeroplane type. recurrency in Cat III Operations does not constitute as recurrency in Cat II Operations. that pilots should carry out a minimum number of practice or actual instrument approaches each month (or other suitable period) to maintain their instrument flying qualification. e) Instrument approaches using the aeroplane’s automatic flight control system. This recency requirement is in no way a substitute for recurrent training. However. as appropriate: a) Take-offs in reduced visibility. including system failures. followed by a missed approach. down to the specified operating minima. 17th August 2011 62 . using the various flight guidance and control systems installed in the aeroplane. using the various flight guidance and control systems installed in the aeroplane. down to the specified operating minima and transition to visual reference and landing. These approaches should be flown to the specified operating minima. as a minimum. landing and missed approach. The frequency of system malfunctions introduced in the all-weather operations training programme should not be such so as to undermine the confidence of flight crews in the over-all integrity and reliability of the systems used. Further. will normally be sufficient to ensure continued qualification to conduct instrument approaches. Consideration should be given to a recency requirement. The following items should always be included: Rev.

b) Minima for take-off. d) Any increments to be added to the minima in the event of airborne or ground system deficiencies or failures.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  a) Standardized flight crew procedures for instrument approaches applicable to the aeroplane in question. 1. for example 100 ft above the MDA(H)/DA(H) in order to prevent inadvertent descent below the applicable descent limit. including the allocation of flight crew duties in the operation of aeroplane equipment. together with the period during which the increased minima should apply. and l) Identification of aeroplane system or equipment failures requiring abnormal or emergency actions. a pilot will generally need to keep visual contact for a period of Rev. h) Guidance on the visual references required for continuation of the approach below DA/H or MDA/H. These procedures should ensure that: 1) One pilot continues to monitor the instruments during the visual phase at and below DA/H or MDA/H. k) A list of aeroplane equipment allowable deficiencies. e) Any increments to be added to the minima for use by the pilot-in-command recently converted to type. c) Minima for each type of approach. f) Authority for the pilot-in-command to apply higher values of minima as judged to be required by circumstances. 17th August 2011 63 . g) Action to be taken when weather conditions deteriorate below minima. i) Requirements for a take-off alternate when conditions at the departure aerodrome are below landing minima. including an approaching minima call at a height of. the first visual contact with the visual aids or on identifiable features in the approach area for approaches other than ILS may do no more than indicate to the pilot that the aeroplane is in the final approach area. Assuming a stable approach path in limited visibility conditions. and allocation of responsibility for cross-monitoring during approach and landing. j) Checks for satisfactory functioning of equipment both on the ground and in the air. The transition from flight on instruments to flight using visual references is not an instantaneous occurrence. 3) the need is emphasized for strict adherence to the minimum crossing altitudes of step-down fixes along the final approach path for approach procedures other than ILS 4) It is preferable to use a continuous descent final approach technique with emphasis on the importance of being stabilized at the required height above the runway threshold. 2) standardised callouts include verbal recognition of critical altitudes or fixes.

roll-out and missed approach are to be clearly delineated in the operations manual.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  several seconds in order to assess the aeroplane position relative to the approach centreline as well as any cross track velocity. b) Manual approach and landing. These procedures cover all foreseeable circumstances so that flight crews are fully-informed as to the correct course of action which should be followed. d) Coupled approach to below DA (H). This is particularly true for the last part of the approach and landing where limited time is available for decision making. in order to provide the same operating philosophy for all categories of operations. Since this assessment should occur before the pilot makes a decision to continue the approach. or the minimum descent altitude (height). or minimum descent altitude (height). Flight crew member duties during take-off. both on the ground and in flight. it follows that visual contact normally should occur above either the decision altitude (height). Particular emphasis should be placed on flight crew responsibilities when transitioning from non-visual conditions to visual conditions. 17th August 2011 64 . The following areas are emphasised: a) Checks for satisfactory functioning of equipment. The precise nature and scope of procedures and instructions should be a function of the airborne equipment used and the flight deck procedure applied. Special attention should be paid to the distribution of flight deck duties to ensure that the workload of the pilot making the decision to land or to execute a missed approach enables the pilot to concentrate on supervision and decision-making. Low weather minima operations call for special procedures and instructions to be included in the operations manual. but manual flare and landing. and on procedures to be used in deteriorating visibility or when failures occur. but it is desirable that any such procedures should also be used as the basis for all operations. approach. and f) Coupled approach followed by auto-flare. To assist the transition into visual conditions. Of more importance is the assessment of the expansion of the visual scene that occurs during this period. the pilot’s scan pattern may still include reference to the aeroplane instruments below decision altitude (height). b) Effects on minima caused by changes in the status of the ground installations. manual landing thereafter. Rev. flare. c) Use and application of RVR reports from multiple runway positions and sensors. Possible modes of operation include: a) Manual take-off. c) Coupled approach down to DA (H). The visual scene would normally be expected to expand as the aeroplane descends. 1. e) Coupled approach followed by auto-flare and auto-landing. auto-landing and auto-rollout.

the effects of the failure of any required portion of the automatic flight control system or instruments used with the systems. a means of pilot reporting on ground and airborne system performance. for analysis purposes. or when ILS ground equipment of a lower standard is used for Category II or III operations. f) Allowable aeroplane equipment deficiencies. electrical system. c) Accumulation of actual operating experience with aerodrome operating minima within the authorized category of operation. 17th August 2011 65 . 1. and i) Information on the maximum deviation allowed from the ILS glide path and/or localizer from the region of the decision altitude (height) down to touchdown. but not as low as the lowest limit of the category. and action to be taken in the event of inadequate performance or failure of any portion of either the system or the associated instruments. g) precautions necessary when making practice approaches where full ATC procedures to support Category III operations are not in force. and g) Accumulation of experience in the maintenance of particular equipment. as well as guidance regarding the visual reference required. such as engines.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  d) pilot assessment of aircraft position and monitoring of the performance of the automatic flight control system. They should therefore be instructed in how to obtain maximum benefit from redundancy provided in the airborne equipment and to fully Rev. e) Actions to be taken in case of failures. if necessary. b) Accumulation of experience with the procedures discussed above before commencing actual operations and. Ground training Flight crews should make full use of ground and airborne equipment intended for use during Category II and III operations. This suggests a conservative approach to the implementation of all weather operations through a gradual reduction in meteorological criteria commensurate with experience Such procedures are normally aimed at: a) The practical evaluation of airborne equipment before commencing actual operations. the adjustment of those procedures. h) Operating limitations resulting from airworthiness certification. e) Providing. and flight control systems. Experience has demonstrated that it is useful for operators to establish procedures for the gradual introduction of low weather minima operations. d) Accumulation of operating experience using Category II operations minima before proceeding to Category III operations minima. hydraulics. f) Accumulation of flight crew experience.

capabilities and limitations of the navaids involved (e. approach lighting. touchdown zone lighting. including both ground and airborne elements. including descriptions of the factors affecting height loss during missed approach in normal and abnormal aeroplane configurations. and the limitations associated with each method. and the limitations on their use as visual cues in reduced visibility with various glide path angles and cockpit cut-off angles. b) the characteristics of the visual aids (e. including altimetry systems and the means the pilot has to assess the position of the aeroplane during the approach. including the geometry of eye. the automatic flight controls systems. monitoring and warning devices. and the effect of the infringement of ILS critical and sensitive areas by aeroplanes or vehicles in the manoeuvring area. The ground instruction should cover at least: a) the characteristics. the different methods of measuring and assessing RVR. and procedures and techniques for transition from instrument to visual flight in low visibility conditions. l) Recognition of and action to be taken in event of failure of ground equipment. including missed approach design criteria and obstacle clearance for Category II and III operations (PANS-Ops. 17th August 2011 66 . g) The effects of low-level wind shear. Rev. wheel and antenna positions with reference to ILS reference datum height. Volume I). or overflying aeroplanes. c) the operation. m) Significant factors in the determination of decision height. 1.g. including the applicability of RVR readings from different positions on the runway. and the heights at which various cues may be expected to become visible in actual operations. centreline lighting).g. touchdown and roll-out). k) Action to be taken in the event of failure of approach and landing equipment above and below decision height. flight instruments. departing. f) the basic understanding of obstacle limitation and the obstacle-free zone. e) the use and limitations of RVR. ILS) including the effect on aeroplane systems performance of interference to the ILS signal caused by other landing. capabilities and limitations of the airborne systems (e. and the technique to be adopted for transition from visual to instrument flight should a go-around become necessary at these low heights.g. the conversion method of Visibility into an RVR (CMV). j) Use of alert height and appropriate actions.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  understand the limitations of the total system. d) Approach. including missed approach procedures and techniques. turbulence and precipitation. i) action to be taken if the visual reference becomes inadequate when the aeroplane is below decision height. h) Pilot tasks at decision height.

Rev. before a pilot is authorized to operate to Category II or III minima.g. and with an engine inoperative. using the appropriate flight guidance and control systems installed in the aeroplane down to the appropriate minimum height without external visual reference followed by transition to visual reference and landings. In actual operations some approaches may result in the aeroplane being off centreline or glide path at. The specific type of training will depend upon the particular airborne system and on the operating procedures adopted. and p) Existence and the effects of visual illusions. b) approaches with all engines operating. o) Procedures and precautions to be followed while taxiing during limited visibility conditions. or after decision height. and subsequently demonstrate the ability to carry out the duties as a member of the flight crew to an acceptable level of competency before being authorized to engage in the particular category of operations. Initial training can most effectively be carried out in an approved visual flight simulator. etc. those of the other flight crew members and the need for close crew co-ordination. engine failure) on auto-throttle. This must illustrate the limitations of visual cues in reduced visibility. and with an engine inoperative. pilots should be given instruction on decision making in such circumstances. and should continue monitoring flight instrumentation even when adequate visual contact with the runway and its environment can be maintained until the safe completion of the approach and landing. all without external visual reference. using the appropriate flight guidance and control systems installed in the aeroplane down to the appropriate minimum height followed by missed approaches. Pilots must also be shown that they can be led into a premature transition to outside references for aeroplane control when available visual cues are not adequate for control of pitch attitude and/or vertical flight path. 17th August 2011 67 . Training aids may include films of approaches in actual conditions and the use of an approved visual flight simulator. The training should ensure that all flight crew members understand their duties and responsibilities. They should therefore be cautioned against premature disengagement of the auto-pilot. 1.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  n) Effect of specific aeroplane malfunctions (e. Flight crews should be given practical training and tests in the use of applicable systems and associated procedures in conditions of the lowest minima to be specified. Therefore. The initial training should at least include: a) approaches with all engines operating. Additionally. the pilot should have gained experience in using the appropriate procedures in meteorological conditions above the relevant minima. Flight training and proficiency programme Each member of the flight crew should be trained to carry out the duties appropriate to the particular airborne system. auto-pilot performance. before.

Rev. An approved visual flight simulator can be used during initial and recurrent training. and f) Go-around from a height below decision height which may result in a touchdown on the runway in cases of a go-around initiated from a very low altitude. automatic roll out. with various RVR values simulated. e. where appropriate. if appropriate. d) relevant drills and procedures after experiencing malfunction of: 1) The aeroplane system. such as to simulate failures or a loss of visual reference just prior to touchdown. e) Procedures and techniques for reversion to instrument flight and the execution of a missed approach from decision altitude (height). their real value in training is that different RVR values can be simulated so that pilots. The flight training programme should provide practice in handling system faults. e) Transition from instrument to visual flight. particularly those which have an effect on the operating minima and/or subsequent conduct of the operation. automatic landing and. can be given a realistic idea of what to expect in these conditions and can maintain their proficiency during recurrent training.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  c) approaches utilizing the automatic flight control and landing system. and 2) The ground system. and f) Transition from visual to instrument flight at low level. However. Simulators should be used for general training in the aeroplane system and the operating procedures to be used. 1. the frequency of system malfunctions introduced should not be such so as to undermine the confidence of flight crews in the over-all integrity and reliability of the systems used in low minima operations. B) missed approaches. Simulation techniques Simulation techniques are a valuable training aid for limited visibility operations. it must be possible to simulate visibilities lower than the lowest authorized for the operator. followed by reversion to manual control for flare and landing after disconnecting the automatic system at low level. including obstacle clearance aspects. who may rarely encounter limited visibility conditions in practice.g. To provide for missed approach training. d) Approaches utilizing the automatic flight control and landing system with automatic flare. 17th August 2011 68 . for: a) Approaches. However. c) Landings.

e. to the selected RVR. Recurrent proficiency checks In conjunction with normal pilot proficiency checks at regular intervals. each month (or other suitable period) to maintain their Category II or III qualifications. regardless of the weather conditions and. the use of an approved flight simulator for recurrent training. builds confidence with the equipment. whenever the necessary ground facilities are available and traffic conditions permit. and renewal of ratings assumes increased importance. This recency requirement is in no way a substitute for recurrent training. Due to the low probability of encountering limited visibility conditions during actual operations. it is important to ensure that pilots maintain proficiency in manual flying skills. It is preferred. Experience has shown that this is particularly important where crews are flying a route structure with long stage lengths. Recency requirements Some operators actively encourage or require operators and pilots to use procedures developed for Category II or III operations during normal service. This practice ensures flight crew familiarity with the procedures. A simple calibration check of the visual system can be made by relating the number of runway centreline lights or runway edge lights which are visible with the simulator aligned for takeoff. or approaches and landing as applicable. that crews should achieve a minimum number of automatic approaches. 17th August 2011 69 . Consideration should be given to a recency requirement. 1. and ensures appropriate maintenance of the Category II and III related systems. a pilot should demonstrate the knowledge and ability necessary to perform the tasks associated with the authorized category of operation. However. Rev. proficiency checking. i. that checks also be made of the visual references with the simulator in the flying mode because the static and dynamic visual scenes may differ in certain visual systems. however.CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SERIES ‘C’ PART I 13 TH SECTION 8 JUNE 2011  It is most important that the visibility simulated is a correct reflection of the RVR intended.

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