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GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

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LXGB/GIB
GIBRALTAR

*GIBRALTAR Radar

Apt Elev

122.8

12'

.RADAR.MINIMUM.ALTITUDES.

10-1R

19 SEP 14

Alt Set: hPa Trans level: By ATC

Trans alt: 6000'

FOR CONTROLLING
PURPOSES ONLY

37-00

3300

20NM 17 N
M

SPAIN

GIBRALTAR

GIBRALTAR

Gibraltar

30
20

M

190^

10

2700

3500

35-30

^
161

40N

7^
23

M

177^

13 N

O
N
AI CC
SP RO
O
M

2

M
30N

1^ 2N
M
23

21
7^

M
20N

255^

36-00

RADAR

M

M
10N

3N

1500

MADRID LECM FIR
CASABLANCA GMMM FIR

NM
30

1600

40
NM

3800

2500

20
NM

17 N M

40

10NM
7N M

2800

277^

2500

1

5^

2800

5^

04

31

2300

M
2N

^

50

2000

9^
05

10
NM

23N
M

300
^

22
3

NM
40

6600

5600

2200

8100
30N
M

M
30N

3^
32

36-30

40N
M

001^

348^

7300

35N M

5800

2800

8000
0

6000
4000

10

2000
CONTOUR
INTERVALS

7051'

06-00
CHANGES: Sector bearings revised.

05-30

05-00

04-30

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GIBRALTAR
Apt Elev

12'

10-2

31 AUG 12

Alt Set: hPa

Trans level: By ATC

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

.RNAV.STAR.

Trans alt: 6000'
6800'

PIMOS
CIVIL RNAV ARRIVAL

MSA
ARP

RNAV 1 (GNSS, DME/DME)

PIMOS
22
3600

N36 09.0 W004 53.6

271^

TAC-83

D
(H)

(113.6) GBR
GBR
GIBRALTAR

N36 08.6 W005 20.6

NOT TO SCALE

HOLDING
OVER
GBR
MHA 3600

MAX FL90
MAX 210 KT

269^

089^
CHANGES: PIMOS RNAV STAR established; arrivals transferred.

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GIBRALTAR

MSA
GBR TAC

5^
31
3900'
NOT TO SCALE

305

^

075^

4000

N35 43.7 W005 53.4

TNG
TANGER

500

0

106^R286^

BAMBA

N35 50.0
W005 27.1
29

LINTO
D35 GBR

N35 50.0
W005 57.3

15

077^

13

067^

BARPA

N35 54.0
W005 40.0

^
070 5^
07

CHARLIE
D21.4 GBR

N35 50.0 W005 40.0

14

17

N36 00.0 W005 24.0

VICTOR
D9 GBR

255^

HOLDINGS OVER
ALPHA
CHARLIE

42
5
F L6

16

Rwy 09

N36 00.0
W005 20.0

BRAVO
D8.5 GBR
LE(R)-164

N36 14.4 W005 58.5

117.8 VJF
VJF
VEJER

D
(H)

152^

3
125 000
^

N35 50.0 W005 08.6

GALTO

27
Rw
y

N36 08.6 W005 20.6

(113.6) GBR
GBR
D
(H)

TAC-83

GIBRALTAR

001^

CHANGES: Communications.

2500'

6800'

5^
13

3000'

N36 00.0
W005 00.0

ALPHA
D18.8 GBR

PIMOS

N36 09.0 W004 53.6

MGA

N36 48.9 W004 22.2

272^

12

038
^

MALAGA

1
FL6 1
5

^

112.0 MGA

212
^

D
4
FL6 72
5 14

D
(L)

CIVIL ARRIVALS

115.9 TNG

12'

122.8

Alt Set: hPa Trans level: By ATC Trans alt: 6000'
1. Contact GIBRALTAR Radar at 50 NM inbound.
2. Tracks depicted on chart are only for guidance when RADAR not
available; pilots will normally be directed by RADAR to a 10 mile final
for runway in use. In all cases, pilots will be given track guidance
if they appear likely to infringe Spanish Restricted airspace.
3. Overflight of the Rock and harbour installations PROHIBITED.

D
(H)

Apt Elev

.ARRIVAL.

10-2B

17 OCT 14

22
5^

*GIBRALTAR
Radar

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

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GIBRALTAR

6800'

22
5^

13
5^

3000'

N36 00.0
W005 00.0

ALPHA

272^

16

Rwy 09

17

^

075^

4000

255^

305

346^

3
125 000
^

HOLDINGS OVER
ALPHA
CHARLIE

BRAVO

D8.5

CHANGES: Communications.

4000'

CHARLIE

N35 54.0
W005 40.0

075^

D2

4
1.

0^
23

NOT TO SCALE

LE(R)-164

180^

N36 00.0
W005 20.0

27
Rwy

D
(H)

TAC-83

GIBRALTAR

(113.6) GBR
GBR

N36 08.6 W005 20.6

Rw
y2

7

120
^

D18 305^
.8

31
5^

MILITARY ARRIVALS

3900'

12'

MSA
GBR TAC

Alt Set: hPa Trans level: By ATC Trans alt: 6000'
1. Contact GIBRALTAR Radar at 50 NM inbound.
2. Tracks depicted on chart are only for guidance when RADAR not
available; pilots will normally be directed by RADAR to a 10 mile
final for runway in use. In all cases, pilots will be given track
guidance if they appear likely to infringe Spanish Restricted airspace.
3. Overflight of the Rock and harbour installations PROHIBITED.

Apt Elev

122.8

.ARRIVAL.

10-2C

17 OCT 14

2500'

*GIBRALTAR
Radar

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

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LXGB/GIB
N36 09.1

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

JEPPESEN

12'

Apt Elev

10-9

30 AUG 13

W005 21.0

GIBRALTAR

*GIBRALTAR Tower

131.2
05-22

05-21
176'

Ferry
Terminal

SPAIN
GIBRALTAR

RUNWAY INCURSION HOTSPOT

02^W

HS1

HS1

5348'1630m

09
091^

36-09

500

Meters 0

200

Civil
Apron
3

2

1

4

5 36-09.2

B

1000

36-09
250'

South
Apron

115'

2000
600

400

2500
800

264'

265'

3000

266'
616'

1000 557'

CAUTION:
Taxi procedures are
subject to ATC
clearance due to WIP
and consequential
closure of various twys.

1378'

TACAN
1397'

CAUTION:
Airport service vehicle route runs
East/West between twy and stands,
vehicles will stop and give-way to acft.

05-21

05-20.7

A

D

97'

1500

27
271^

Elev
12'

50
0

Feet 0

E

82'

177'

05-20.8

B

117'

140'

05-22

A

C

Stands 1 thru 5 are
nose-in/push back.

167'

314'

1000

105'

85'

105'
ARP

Elev
11'

LE(R)-164

Civil North
Apron Apron

Control
Tower

STAND
1, 2
3, 4, 5

PARKING POSITIONS
COORDINATES
N36 09.2 W005 20.8
N36 09.2 W005 20.7

1235'

GENERAL
Main road crosses rwy at midpoint. Civil use PPR. Overflights of rwy below 500' require 3 minutes notice
for the road to be closed. Rwy 09 right-hand circuit.
All areas of the apt, other than designated rwys, turning circles, twy or aprons are to be treated as
non-load bearing surfaces.
WARNING:
Heavy bird activity and wind turbulence.
CAUTION:
The lighting on LA LINEA PIER and Ferry Terminal may be mistaken for rwy 09 in poor visibility and at
night. Sodium street lights 900'(274m) South of threshold parallel to rwy 09.
ADDITIONAL RUNWAY INFORMATION
USABLE LENGTHS
LANDING BEYOND
RWY
09
27

Threshold
RL (90m)

1

PAPI (angle 3.0^)

5016'1529m

Glide Slope

2
TAKE-OFF

5512'1680m

3

WIDTH
150'
46m

1 No ALS to either rwy but there are Dayglow painted flashing buoys on the extended centerline of
each rwy. RWY 09: one single flashing buoy 4500'(1372m) from sea wall.
RWY 27 : Single flashing yellow light at 3000'(914m), single flashing white lights at 6000'(1829m)
and 9000'(2743m) from sea wall.
Strobe lights each side of threshold for all approaches. Switched off, when acft at 1NM final.
Rwy end turning areas marked by blue edge lights for rwy 09 and blue reflective markers for rwy 27.

2 Strip 197'/60m and RESA 295'/90m available for both runways.
3 Easternmost 164'/50m of Eastern RESA not available.

.Standard.
A
B
C
D
CHANGES: Stand coordinates.

TAKE-OFF

1000m
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LXGB/GIB

JEPPESEN
30 AUG 13

10-9A

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

GIBRALTAR

EMERGENCY ARRIVAL PROCEDURES (Applies only to MIL acft)
TACAN Let-down

for use in the event of Surveillance Radar Failure

A. The initial apch is to be from the East, on
R-105 GBR TAC at a safe quadrantal Flight
Level. The acft is to be NOT BELOW FL 70 at
D10.0 GBR TAC and at 5000' when overhead.
From overhead the TACAN turn LEFT outbound
on R-105 GBR TAC. When established
outbound descend to 2000' QFE. At
D10.0 GBR TAC commence a procedure turn
LEFT to re-establish inbound on R-105 GBR TAC
maintaining 2000' QFE until visual with the
Rock.

B. When Rock or rwy in sight:
RWY 09: Turn LEFT to position for a right-hand
circuit to land.
RWY 27: Continue with visual apch to land.
C. Aircraft using 2 Navaids (eg TACAN and INS)
need not overfly the facility and are authorised
to begin the outbound turn at D3.0 GBR TAC,
continuing the procedure as above.

If visual contact with the Rock cannot be
established by D2.5 GBR TAC climb to
4000' and turn LEFT to intercept and fly
R-165 GBR TAC.

CHANGES: None.

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TM

122.8
Final
Apch Crs

360^

*GIBRALTAR Tower

130.4

123.3X

Mandatory Alt
5.0 NM
RADAR FIX

MDA(H)

QNH ( QFE

on Final Apch)

2713'

36-10

783'

558'

5^

MSA
GBR TAC

Trans level: By ATC

830'

31

3900'

MISSED APCH: Climb to 4000' (3988') as directed by RADAR.
Alt Set: hPa

6800'

5^

2500'

12'

Apt Elev

920'(908')

1520'(1508')

13

131.2

5^

*GIBRALTAR Talkdown (R)

22

*GIBRALTAR Approach (APP/R)
Contact Approach at 50 NM inbound

BRIEFING STRIP

18-1

8 JUL 11

GIBRALTAR

RADAR

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR
CIVIL USED PROC *SRA Rwy 09

JEPPESEN

LXGB/GIB

630'

Trans alt: 6000'

SPAIN
GIBRALTAR

1 Avoid overflight of harbour area
by 600m and 2000' (1988').

10

Point

X-RAY

1955'

2506'
2156'

1420'

552'

1355'

G(113.6)
B GBR
R

D

5.0 NM

6.0 NM

5

TAC-83

GIBRALTAR

RADAR FIX

2789'

RADAR FIX

LE(R)-164

For VISUAL apch following
RADAR apch see 19-10.

VJF
117
.8

360^

J
FV

1237'

090^

1

3.0 NM
RADAR FIX

1 24
^

36-00
0

VICTOR

D9.0 GBR TAC

N36 00.0 W005 24.0

Radar vectors to
point X-RAY

LE(R)-12

N
AI
SP
O
CC
RO
MO

Procedure does not comply with PANS OPS or APATC
criteria.
Expect radar approach to Point X-RAY, 3.0 NM RADAR
FIX. Radar contact can not be guaranteed after passing
point X-RAY.
Overfly of the rock prohibited.
Turbulent approach. Refer to Visual Approach Chart
19-10 and Wind Effects 19-11.

706'

2762'
5

05-40

05-30

VICTOR

D9.0 GBR TAC
Radar vectors to
point X-RAY

6.0 NM

RADAR FIX

5.0 NM

RADAR FIX

MANDATORY

360^

Point

1520'
(1508')

5.0

70

Desc angle from 5.0 NM RADAR FIX to MAP 2.80^ 347
MAP at Visual Decision Point X-RAY/3 NM from
touchdown

LANDING RWY

X-RAY

3.0 NM RADAR FIX

1.0

Gnd speed-Kts

.Standard.

05-20

09

APT

3.0

2.0

90

100

120

140

160

446

495

594

693

792

.CEILING.REQUIRED.

PAPI

12'

4000'
(3988')

CIRCLE-TO-LAND

The use of the runway is limited to visual approaches only.
At point X-RAY the apch may be continued visually or a
missed apch executed.
MDA(H)

920'(908')

A

A

B

B

C
D
CHANGES: Minimums.

1000' -

5.0 km

C

NOT AUTHORIZED

D
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TM

130.4 235.05 123.3X

264.87

Mandatory Alt
5.0 NM
RADAR FIX

Final
Apch Crs

RADAR

*GIBRALTAR Tower

346^

131.2

13

240.57

1520'(1508')

QNH ( QFE

on Final Apch)

2500

12'

Apt Elev

783'

558'

630'

5^

MSA
GBR TAC
Trans alt: 6000'

SPAIN
GIBRALTAR

830'

1 Avoid overflight of harbour area

36-10

31

3900

Trans level: By ATC

2713'

6800

MDA(H)

Not published
Refer to
Minimums

MISSED APCH: Climb to 4000' (3988') as directed by RADAR.
Alt Set: hPa

5^

^

*GIBRALTAR Talkdown (R)

22
5

*GIBRALTAR Approach (APP/R)
Contact Approach at 50 NM inbound

BRIEFING STRIP

18-2

8 JUL 11

GIBRALTAR
122.8

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR
MILITARY USED PROC *SRA Rwy 09

JEPPESEN

LXGB/GIB

10

by 600m and 2000' (1988').

1

1955'

2506'

120
^

1355'

1420'

552'

2156'

Visual
Decision Point

2789'

5

G(113.6)B GBRR

D

5.0 NM

3.0 NM

RADAR FIX

RADAR FIX
1237'

TAC-83

GIBRALTAR

LE(R)-164

346^

6.0 NM

For VISUAL apch following
RADAR apch see 19-10.

RADAR FIX
Procedure does not comply with PANS OPS or
APATC criteria.
Expect radar approach to SRE terminating at 3 NM
Visual Decision Point. If weather and traffic allow,
pilots may be offered a visual approach, but must route
via the appropriate Visual Decision Point, avoiding
prohibited airspace.
Overfly of the rock prohibited. Points ALPHA and
CHARLIE may be used for holding if radar unserviceable.
Turbulent approach. Refer to Visual Approach Chart
19-10 and Wind Effects 19-11.

0

36-00

5

2762'

05-30

10.0 NM

6.0 NM

RADAR FIX

RADAR FIX

346^

Visual Decision Point

70

LANDING RWY

3.0 NM

RADAR FIX

1.0

Desc angle from 5.0 NM RADAR FIX to MAP 2.80^ 347
MAP at 3 NM from touchdown

09

05-20

3
30 05^
00
12
5^

5.0 NM

1520'
(1508')

Gnd speed-Kts

LE(R)-12

RADAR FIX

MANDATORY

4.0

.Standard.

ALPHA

N36 00.0 W005 00.0
N
AI
SP
O
CC

CHARLIE

N35 54.0 W005 40.0

Radar vectors
to VDP

ALPHA HOLDING

O
OR

075^

MHA
4000

RADAR FIX

Radar vectors
to VDP

M

255^

10.0 NM

APT

3.0

2.0

90

100

120

140

160

446

495

594

693

792

.CEILING.REQUIRED.

PAPI

12'

4000'
(3988')

CIRCLE-TO-LAND

The use of the runway is limited to visual approaches only.
At the Visual Decision Point the approach may be
continued visually or a missed approach executed.
A

A

B

B

C
D

CHANGES: Minimums.

1000' -

5.0 km

C

NOT AUTHORIZED

D

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TM

122.8

130.4

123.3X

Mandatory Alt
5.0 NM
RADAR FIX

Final
Apch Crs

RADAR

270^

*GIBRALTAR Tower

*GIBRALTAR Talkdown (R)

MDA(H)

920'(908')

1520'(1508')

13

131.2
Apt Elev

12'

6800'

5^

5^

*GIBRALTAR Approach (APP/R)
Contact Approach at 50 NM inbound

18-3

22

8 JUL 11

GIBRALTAR

BRIEFING STRIP

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR
CIVIL USED PROC *SRA Rwy 27

JEPPESEN

LXGB/GIB

2500'

31

3900'

MISSED APCH: Climb to 4000' (3988') as directed by RADAR.

5^

MSA
GBR TAC

Alt Set: hPa
QNH ( QFE on Final Apch)
Trans level: By ATC
CAUTION: LE(R)-164 prohibited unless executing a Missed Apch as directed by ATC.

Trans alt: 6000'

1215'

540'

LE(D)-56

10

LE(R)-164
783'

630'

For VISUAL apch following
RADAR apch see 19-10.

SPAIN
GIBRALTAR

270^

36-10

1

180^

5

552'

5.0 NM

10.0 NM

RADAR FIX

RADAR FIX

Point

1420'

RADAR FIX

6.0 NM

YANKEE

3.0 NM RADAR FIX
TAC-83

GBR

D

1 Avoid overflight of harbour area

GIBRALTAR

(113.6) GBR

by 600m and 2000' (1988').

0

Procedure does not comply with PANS OPS or
APATC criteria.
Expect radar approach to Point YANKEE, 3.0 NM
RADAR FIX. Radar contact can not be guaranteed
after passing point YANKEE.
Overfly of the rock prohibited.
Turbulent approach. Refer to Visual Approach Chart
19-10 and Wind Effects 19-11.

36-00

5

05-20

05-10

5.0 NM

RADAR FIX

3.0 NM RADAR FIX

3.0

RADAR FIX

6.0 NM

RADAR FIX

70

Desc angle from 5.0 NM RADAR FIX to MAP 2.80^ 347
MAP at Visual Decision Point YANKEE/3 NM from
touchdown

STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY

270^

27

Radar vectors
to point YANKEE

4.0

1.0

2.0

Gnd speed-Kts

.Standard.

10.0 NM

1520'
(1508')

YANKEE

12'

05-00

MANDATORY

Point

APT

Radar vectors
to point YANKEE

90

100

120

140

160

446

495

594

693

792

.CEILING.REQUIRED.

PAPI

4000'
(3988')

CIRCLE-TO-LAND

The use of the runway is limited to visual approaches only.
At point YANKEE the apch may be continued visually
or missed apch executed.
MDA(H)

920'(908')

A

A

B

B

C
D
CHANGES: Minimums.

1000' -

5.0 km

C

NOT AUTHORIZED

D
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TM

BRIEFING STRIP

130.4 235.05 123.3X
Mandatory Alt
5.0 NM
RADAR FIX

Final
Apch Crs

281^

*SRA Rwy 27

*GIBRALTAR Tower

*GIBRALTAR Talkdown (R)

264.87

RADAR

MILITARY USED PROC
131.2

13

240.57

MDA(H)

Not published
Refer to
Minimums

1520'(1508')

Apt Elev

2500

12'

QNH ( QFE on Final Apch)

31

3900

5^

MSA
GBR TAC

MISSED APCH: Climb to 4000' (3988') as directed by RADAR.
Alt Set: hPa

6800

5^

^

*GIBRALTAR Approach (APP/R)
Contact Approach at 50 NM inbound

18-4

22
5

8 JUL 11

GIBRALTAR
122.8

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

JEPPESEN

LXGB/GIB

Trans level: By ATC

Trans alt: 6000'

1215'
540'

LE(R)-164
LE(D)-56

10

783'

630'

For VISUAL apch following
RADAR apch see 19-10.

SPAIN
GIBRALTAR

5.0 NM

36-10

RADAR FIX

281^

1

165^

Visual Decision Point

10.0 NM
RADAR FIX

Radar vectors
to VDP

6.0 NM

3.0 NM

RADAR FIX

RADAR FIX

5

552'

1420'

TAC-83

GBR

D

GIBRALTAR

1 Avoid overflight of harbour area

(113.6) GBR

by 600m and 2000' (1988').

0

Procedure does not comply with PANS OPS or
APATC criteria.
Expect radar approach to SRE terminating at 3 NM Visual
Decision Point. If weather and traffic allow, pilots may be
offered a visual apch, but must route via the appropriate
Visual Decision Point, avoiding prohibited airspace.
Overfly of the rock prohibited.
Points ALPHA and CHARLIE may be used for holding if radar
unserviceable.
Turbulent approach. Refer to Visual Approach Chart 19-10 and
Wind Effects 19-11.

36-00
CHARLIE HOLDING

^
255

ALPHA
N36 00.0
W005 00.0

305

30 ^
00

125
^

0
400
5

CHARLIE

^ N35
075

54.0 W005 40.0

05-20

05-10

5.0 NM

RADAR FIX

3.0

70

Desc angle from 5.0 NM RADAR FIX to MAP 2.80^ 347
MAP at 3 NM from touchdown

.Standard.

LANDING RWY

27

281^

1.0

2.0

Gnd speed-Kts

RADAR FIX

RADAR FIX

1520'
(1508')

3.0 NM

RADAR FIX

12'

10.0 NM

6.0 NM

MANDATORY

Visual Decision Point

APT

05-00

Radar vectors
to VDP

4.0

90

100

120

140

160

446

495

594

693

792

.CEILING.REQUIRED.

PAPI

4000'
(3988')

CIRCLE-TO-LAND

The use of the runway is limited to visual approaches only.
At the Visual Decision Point the approach may be
continued visually or a missed approach executed.
A

A

B

B

C
D
CHANGES: Minimums.

1000' -

5.0 km

C

NOT AUTHORIZED

D
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JEPPESEN

122.80

GIBRALTAR

Elev 12' /4m

(en)

N36 09.1
W005 21.0

0.1 NM N Gibraltar

VDF

(TWR)

20

LXGB

VDF

(APP) Contact at 50 NM inbound.

GIBRALTAR RADAR

GIBRALTAR

19-1

09 MAY 14

131.20

GIBRALTAR TOWER

(en)
ILS

RWY

05-25

Almoraima

659'

T

1772'
1772'

2 W

540'

San Roque
783'
.

V
FJ

445'

Industrial
Area

630'

LA LÍNEA de la
Concepción

630'
.

Flashing Buoy 181'

T

09

426'
San 247' .
Bahía de
Bernabé 418' Algeciras
T
.

GIBRALTAR

TM

1394'

AS
4
illa
ev

552'

Point X-Ray
MNM 920'

T

Flashing Buoys

1

ALGECIRAS

.

X

1400'

.

(Radar Fix 3 NM)

.

1432'

Punta de
Europa

GBR

TACAN
113.60 GBR

10

270°
Point Yankee
MNM 920'

8

(Radar Fix 3 NM)

6

FC TMA (D) Sevilla 5 1000' SFC/FL 90
S
'
0
100

1 MNM 2000'

36-05

36-05
4

Punta del
Carnero

360^
33

1007'

Digital Geography
Europe:

CHANGES: COM - OBST.

N36 00.0
W005 24.0

Flashing Buoy

2

05-15

NM

05-25

Mediterranean
Sea

NT

VICTOR

VOR/DME TTN
117.30

360°

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Harbour
Area

X

T

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km

.

Algeciras

.

27

s

T

VOR/D Palmones
117.80 ME VJF
102^
R io Pal m n e
o
Rinconcillo 31

T

12

Torre
Nueva

1189'

TT
.

497'

T

A7

T

T

T

T

1017'

Radar Fix 10 NM X

.

14

.

T

T

Guadacorte

5

425'

Taraguilla

558'

36-15

LE-R164
FL 300
SFC
T

T
T

.

572'

823'

ue

10

T

722'

1215'

T

36-15

TMA (E)
Sevilla
FL 145
1000' SFC

Altitudes in ft
Distances in NM

u a da rran q
R io G

T

16

Cortijo

/FL 245

15

05-15

T

Pueblo
Nuevo

ILS

A7

Almoraima
Palace

RWY

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19-2

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09 MAY 14

GIBRALTAR

1630m

09

1 (limited)

(limited)

x

x

x

x

x

x

x

36-10
05-22
05-20
CAUTION:
Absence of ATZ/MATZ may result in uncontrolled ACFT in vicinity of AD.
RWY 09: - Sodium street lights 274m S of THR parallel to RWY.
- The lighting on La Linea Pier and Ferry Terminal (NW of AD) may be mistaken for
RWY in poor visibility and at night.
Main road crosses RWY at midpoint. ATC requires 3 MIN to secure RWY for use.
Overflights of RWY below 500' reqiure 3 MIN notice for the road to be closed.
Heavy bird activity in vicinity of AD. Ships may obstruct areas.
Easternmost 50m of eastern RESA not AVBL for TKOF.
60m strip and 90m RESA AVBL for both RWYs.
145'
SPAIN
Feet 0
1000
2000
3000
Terminal
344' North
335' RWY Incusion Hot Spot
TWR
Apron
Meters 0
500
1000
HS1
Bahía de
Ferry Terminal
114'
Algeciras
CIV
Apron
ARP
x B1
B E
A
5348'
Single
271^
Elev
Flashing buoy
D
Marina
C
12'
Elev
091^
HS1
36-09
.
36-09
.
11' (Lit at night)
.
177'
T
61'
170'
117'
72'
.
.
125'
South
Apron
123'
185'
MEDITERRANEAN
618'
557'
SEA
65'
.
GIBRALTAR
1400'
.
.
Playa de los
05-22
223'
Catalanes 05-20
x

36-10

27

(O/R, limited)

Flashing buoys - PAPI - THRL - RL - TWYL (EXC. 'C', 'D') - APRON - OBSTL.
RWY No

Dimension (m) - Surface

TORA (m)

LDA (m)

1
Strength

Lights

09
1680
1529
1630 x 46 Asphalt
PCN 65/F/A/W/T
1630
1529
27
09: single yellow flashing light on yellow marker buoy 1372m/4500' from sea wall marks the
1 RWY
extended centreline.
RWY 27: single yellow flashing light on yellow marker buoy 914m/3000' from sea wall. Also, single white
flashing lights at 1829m/6000' and 2743m/9000' from sea wall.
Flight plan mandatory. All ACFT ground marshalled as required.
Arrivals
Pilots will normally be given radar vectors direct to a 10 NM final for RWY in use, followed by a SRA to a
Decision Point at 3 NM from THR (Point X for RWY 09 and Point Y for RWY 27). From this PSN the APCH must
be continued with visual reference to the THR or a Missed APCH initiated, as directed by ATC. If weather and
traffic conditions allow, pilots may be cleared for a visual APCH but must route via the designated Decision
Point for the RWY in use. Overflights of Rock and harbour installations prohibited.
Use of RWY is limited to Visual Approaches only. The applicable weather MNM for all approaches:
VIS 5 KM or 5 KM in the direction of the approach path, cloudbase 1000'. Pilots not in visual contact with the
THR at the 3 NM Points (Point X for RWY 09, Point Y for RWY 07) are to initiate a Missed Approach as directed
by ATC.
Turbulence and Wind Shear
The unique topography of the surrounding area can give rise to severe wind effects which often affect ACFT in
the final stages of flight. When the wind direction is between 110° and 250° and speed in excess of 15 KT,
significant turbulence should be expected during APCH and in final stages of flight to the lee of the rock.
Turbulence can make LDG dangerous or impossible and ACFT captains are to APCH with extreme caution in
these conditions. Turbulence and gusts can often be seen on the surface of the water. Wind from SW in excess
of 25 KT can lead to the formation of waterspouts in the approach to RWY 27.
Flying over or in proximity to these waterspouts has been demonstrated to be very hazardous, with rapid loss
of control, severe wing drop and un-commanded change in attitude, altitude and track. ATC will report
waterspouts seen from the tower but ACFT captains are to be aware that this phenomenon can establish very
quickly and without warning.
CHANGES: RWY Dimension - QFU - Apron - Buildings - THR ELEV - Holding Position OBST - Text.

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GIBRALTAR

19-3

GIBRALTAR

Wind Effects
Wind speeds in excess of the figures quoted are likely to cause severe turbulence and/or wind shear on
Final APCH.
Wind Direction
110° 120° 130° 140° 150° 160° 170° 180° 190° 200° 210° 220° 230° 240° 250°
Wind Speed KT
30 25 20 18 17
16 15 15 15 16
17 18
20
22 25
(steady or gusting)

Winds from
110° to 170°

ind
W on
ain ti
M irec
D

09

27

SPAIN

GIBRALTAR
1400'
Winds from
170° to 200°

SPAIN

27

09

Main W
d
Directioin
n

Whole RWY
subject to
turbulence

GIBRALTAR
1400'

LEGEND
Areas most affected
by turbulence
CHANGES: Apron - Building - OBST.

DR
DO
W
N

UP

AU
GH
T

DR 27
AU
GH
T

SPAIN

09

M
Di ain
re W
ct in
io d
n

Winds from
200° to 250°

GIBRALTAR
1400'
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7 MAR 14

GIBRALTAR

19-10

GIBRALTAR, GIBRALTAR

36-10
Buoy
(flashing yellow)

LE(R)-164

090^

GIBRALTAR

09

2
1397'

(M 120
^
IL

3

ac
ft)

2

t)
acf

165^

L
(MI

3.0 NM
RADAR FIX

1283'

(MIL acft
)

281^

Point

YANKEE

3.0 NM
RADAR FIX

Visual Decision
Point

1394'
1420'

3.0 NM

RADAR FIX

180^

X-RAY

(CIV acft)

Point

270^

(CIV acft)

27

4

Buoy
(flashing yellow)

1

1 Avoid overflight of harbour area

by 600m and 2000' (1988').
2 End elevation of 12' falls to 8' within
first 1000'. Dip not apparent until 300'
on final approach.

Visual Decision
Point

360^

(CIV acft)

1

Buoys
(flashing white)

SPAIN (CIV acft)

10.0 NM RADAR FIX

VISUAL APPROACH CHART following the Radar approach

3.0 NM

RADAR FIX
Overflight of the rock prohibited.

5.0 NM

0

RADAR FIX

MANDATORY
1520' (1508')

1

VICTOR

346^

MANDATORY
1520' (1508')

ft )
L ac

6.0 NM

RADAR FIX

(MI

36-05

5.0 NM

RADAR FIX
MANDATORY
1520' (1508')

10.0 NM RADAR FIX

05-20

Pilots will be advised by RADAR at the 3.0 NM
(CIV: Point X-RAY / Point YANKEE; Mil: Visual Decision Point)
BIRDSTRIKE HAZARD:
Due to the location of the airfield there is a significantly higher than normal concentration of
bird activity to be expected in all stages of flight when operating between surface and 2000'.
ATC will inform acft on departure or arrival if the concentration of birds exceeds the normal
level, in adition, if seen, ATC will pass information on large flocks transiting the area.
TURBULENCE AND WINDSHEAR:
The unique topography of the surrounding area can give rise to severe wind effects which often
affect acft in the final stages of flight. When the wind direction is between 110^ and 250^ and
speed in excess of 15 KT, significant turbulence should be expected during the approach and in final
stages of flight to the lee of the rock. This turbulence can make landing dangerous or impossible
and acft captains are to approach with extreme caution in these conditions. Turbulence and gusts can
often be seen on the surface of the water, a representation of the turbulence.
South westerly winds in excess of 25 KT can lead to the formation of waterspouts in the approach to
Rwy 27. Flying over or in proximity to these waterspouts has been demonstrated to be very hazardous,
with rapid loss of control, severe wing drop and un-commanded change in attitude, altitude and
track. ATC will report waterspouts seen from the tower but acft captains are to be aware that this
phenomenon can establish very quickly and without warning.
ROAD CROSSING THE RUNWAY:
Gibraltar's rwy is unique in that it is crossed at the mid-point by a 4 lane public highway,
including pedestrian and cycle lanes. The road is closed to pedestrians no later than 12 NM and
closed to vehicles no later than 8 NM, this generally affords 3 minutes for the road to be cleared.
FOD inspections of the intersection are completed prior to any movement involving jet powered acft.
DEPARTURE MINIMUM:
VIS 1000m at Rwy threshold.

MISSED APPROACH:
Rwy 09 and 27: Climb to 4000' (3988') heading as directed by RADAR.
CHANGES: Notes.

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7 MAR 14

GIBRALTAR

19-11

WIND EFFECTS

Pilots are to observe wind limitations for landing as published by their appropriate Operating
Authority. Where no such limitations are published, the following may be used for guidance:
Wind Direction
(Steady or Gusting)
Wind Speed (Kts)

110^ 120^ 130^ 140^ 150^ 160^ 170^ 180^ 190^ 200^ 210^ 220^ 230^ 240^ 250^
30

25

20

18

17

16

15

15

15

16

17

18

20

22

25

Wind speeds in excess of the figures quoted are likely to cause severe turbulence and/or wind
shear on Final Approach.
LEGEND
Areas most affected
by turbulence

WINDS FROM 110^ TO 170^

S
GIBR PAIN
ALTA
R

D
IN
W ION
IN T
A EC
M IR
D

HANGARS

1397'

LEGEND
Areas most affected
by turbulence

WINDS FROM 170^ TO 200^

SPAIN
GIBRALTAR
WHOLE RUNWAY SUBJECT
TO TURBULENCE
MAIN W
IND
DIRECT
ION

HANGARS

1397'

LEGEND
Areas most affected
by turbulence

W
N
D
O

UP

D
IN
W ION
I N CT
A
M IRE
D

DR

A

UG
HT

S
GIBR PAIN
ALTA
R

D
RA
UG
H
T

WINDS FROM 200^ TO 250^

HANGARS

1397'

CHANGES: None.

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