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Airport Information JEPPESEN

YMML (Melbourne Intl) JeppView 3.5.2.0

General Info
Melbourne VI, AUS
S 37 40.4' E144 50.6' Mag Var: 11.6E
Elevation: 434'

Public, Control Tower, IFR, No Fee, Rotating Beacon, No Customs


Fuel: 100-130, Jet A-1
Repairs: Major Airframe, Major Engine

Time Zone Info: GMT+10:00 uses DST

Runway Info
Runway 09-27 7500' x 148' asphalt
Runway 16-34 11998' x 197' asphalt

Runway 09 (83.0M) TDZE 395'


Lights: Edge
Stopway Distance 197'
Runway 16 (160.0M) TDZE 432'
Lights: Edge, ALS, Centerline, TDZ
Stopway Distance 197'
Runway 27 (263.0M) TDZE 407'
Lights: Edge, ALS, Centerline, TDZ
Stopway Distance 197'
Runway 34 (340.0M) TDZE 330'
Lights: Edge, ALS, Centerline
Stopway Distance 197'

Communications Info
ATIS 132.7
ATIS 114.1
Melbourne Tower 120.5
Melbourne Ground Control 121.7
Melbourne Intl Clearance Delivery 127.2
Melbourne Approach Control 132.0
Melbourne Departure Control 129.4 (263-93)
Melbourne Departure Control 118.9 (264-92)

Notebook Info
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Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008 JeppView 3.5.2.0 Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008 JeppView 3.5.2.0

YMML/MEL 2 JUN 06 +JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA .RNAV.STAR.


Eff.8.Jun 20-0 MELBOURNE INTL JEPPESEN 7 MAR 08 20-2 .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE-SPEED RESTRICTIONS
ATIS 114.1 132.7 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
118.9 132.0
MELBOURNE Approach (R)
The following speed restrictions apply for aircraft operating to or from Melbourne/ TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
International: TRANS ALT: 10000' ARBEY SIX ARRIVAL
a. Maximum IAS 250 kt below 10,000 ft; SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
b. Arrivals in VMC: 180 kt to 200 kt IAS at 10 NM from touchdown; then minimum 160
kt until 4 NM from touchdown.
ARRIVAL RWY 34:1 Turn RIGHT, track 173^ to
From ARBEY track 159^ to BUNKY. RENER. Turn LEFT, track 169^ to LAVER.
These speeds are applied for ATC separation and runway capacity purposes and are man-
Cross BUNKY at or below 9000'. Turn LEFT, track via ML 11 DME Arc for
datory unless ATC advises 'cancel speed restrictions '.
In the event of a new (non-speed related) ATC clearance being issued, pilots are not
RWY 09: Turn RIGHT, track 185^ to Rwy 34 VOR approach;
WILDE. Track via ML 10 DME Arc for or on request: Track via Rwy 34
absolved from a requirement to maintain these speed restrictions. All speed restric-
tions are to be flown as accurately as possible. Aircraft unable to conform to these
Rwy 09 VOR approach; RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach.
speeds should inform ATC prior to 20 NM from touchdown and state what speeds will be
or on request: Track via Rwy 09
used. RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. GPS permitted in lieu of DME
Reference waypoint ML VOR
In the interest of accurate spacing, pilots are requested to comply with speed adjust- RWY 16: Track 159^ to BOL NDB.
ments as promptly as possible within their own operational constraints, advising ATC Intercept Rwy 16 localizer. LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST
if circumstances necessitate a change of speed for aircraft performance reasons.

LOST COMMS
RWY 27: Track 159^ to BAKER then COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:
turn LEFT, track 083^ to PAULA. Turn PROCEDURE IN IMC
RIGHT, track to EPP NDB to intercept Squawk 7600.
Rwy 27 localizer. Comply with vertical navigation
requirements, but not below MSA.

LOST COMMS
IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track
via the latest STAR clearance to the
4500' nominated runway, then fly the most
suitable approach in accordance with

LOST COMMS
080^ 260^ EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
3700' IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN
vector for 2 minutes, then fly the
MSA ML VOR most suitable instrument approach
ARBEY
(straight-in where possible) to the

LOST COMMS
3300' within 10 NM D30 ML
S37 10.1 E144 43.9 nominated runway in accordance with
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST

159^
4500T
1 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated by 3

10
BUNKY
sequenced white strobe lights commencing
D20 ML 485m from the end of the Rwy and aligned
S37 20.0 E144 46.0 with Rwy 34 centerline. Secondary airport
(Essendon) 5 NM SOUTHEAST of Melbourne.

3400T
AT OR BELOW

173^ ^
8
185
9000'

B362OBOLL
BOLINDA

0T
45014
S37 27.7 E144 47.9

IMS

3200T
WILDE

6
LOC DME
(MMLWC) 109.7 IMS
S37 33.0
E144 41.1 PAULA
083^

4500T
D11 ML

22
10 S37 34.4 E145 02.1

Arc M E
M
BAKER 2500T

L
10 D
D6 ML

ML

173^
6
S37 33.7 MELBOURNE

2500T
VOR or E144 49.2 D 114.1 ML

6
RNAV
(GNSS) S37 39.6 E144 50.5

RENER
S37 42.3 E144 43.8 Melbourne IMW LOC
109.3 IMW
Intl
EPP EPPING

169^

RNAV (G
377 EPP

4500T
7
1 Essendon

VOR
NOT TO SCALE S37 40.3 E145 01.6

NSS)
LAVER
(MMLSD)
S37 49.2 E144 43.7 11 D
A rc ME
ML
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CHANGES: Lost communications, procedure renumbered.

TRANS ALT: 10000'


TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
BADGR THREE ARRIVAL

MELBOURNE Approach (R)

Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008
Licensed to max. Printed on 22 Jun 2008.
ATIS

JEPPESEN
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
GPS permitted in lieu of DME
Reference waypoint ML VOR

114.1 132.7
ARRIVAL
RWY 16: From BADGR track 292^ to RWY 34: 1 From BADGR track 1 NOTE: If not visual at SHEED, track
NEFER. Cross ANDYS at or below 9000'. 257^ to MONTY. Cross HILLS at 257^ to intercept ML R-166 and carry out
Cross NEFER at or below 6000'. From or below 9000'. From MONTY Rwy 34 VOR missed approach procedure.
NEFER turn LEFT, track 249^ to BOL NDB track 257^ to SHEED. Cross 1 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated by 3
to intercept Rwy 16 localizer. SHEED at or above 2500'. From sequenced white strobe lights commencing
SHEED track 257^ for visual

132.0

7 MAR 08
RWY 27: From BADGR track intercept of final Rwy 34.
485m from the end of the Rwy and aligned
266^ to EPP NDB. Cross KANGO with Rwy 34 centerline. Secondary airport

SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS


at or below 9000'. Intercept (Essendon) 5 NM SOUTHEAST of Melbourne.
Rwy 27 localizer. NEFER
S37 26.5 E144 56.6

20-2A
BOL BOLINDA
362 BOL 249
^ AT OR BELOW
4500'

BADGR THREE ARRIVAL


S37 27.7 E144 47.9
6000'
7 ANDYS 080^ 260^
0T

.Eff.13.Mar.
300 D20 ML
3700'
S37 36.5 E145 15.4
39 18 AT OR BELOW
00 MSA ML VOR

IMS
T 9000'
LOC DME 3300' within 10 NM
109.7 IMS
160^

KANGO

MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA


D20 ML COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST

IMW

COMMS
LOST
LOC
S37 41.8 E145 15.5 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:
D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML
109.3 IMW

E 377PEPPP
EPPING AT OR BELOW PROCEDURE IN IMC
| JEPPESEN, 1995, 2008. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Squawk 7600.

LOST COMMS
9000'

LOST COMMS
S37 39.6 E144 50.5 52 12 Comply with vertical navigation
263^ S37 40.3 E145 01.6 00 requirements, but not below MSA.
29

YMML
T
Melbourne Intl 11 IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track
2
3700T 10
266^ ^ BADGR via the latest STAR clearance to the

LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS
Essendon 5200T nominated runway, then fly the most

MELBOURNE INTL
9 D30 ML
1900T S37 43.1 suitable approach in accordance with

JEPPESEN
1 VISUAL 7^

JeppView 3.5.2.0
257^MONTY 7 370 0T 25 E145 28.0 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
257^ 4900T IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN

.RNAV.STAR.
S37 43.5 10
SHEED HILLS/D20 ML vector for 2 minutes, then fly the

LOST COMMS
LOST COMMS
S37 43.8 E144 54.9 E145 06.7 most suitable instrument approach
S37 43.4 E145 15.2
AT OR ABOVE AT OR BELOW (straight-in where possible) to the
NOT TO SCALE nominated runway in accordance with
2500' 9000' EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
CHANGES: Lost communications, altitudes, procedure renumbered.

TRANS LEVEL: FL 110


TRANS ALT: 10000'

Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008
Licensed to max. Printed on 22 Jun 2008.
GPS permitted in lieu of DME

MELBOURNE Approach (R)


ATIS

JEPPESEN
Reference waypoint ML VOR
4500'

114.1 132.7
ANBEL
D20 ML VALES 080^ 260^
NEFER S37 24.5 E145 07.1 D30 ML BOYSE

BOL
S37 26.5 E144 56.6
BOLINDA
362 BOL AT OR BELOW
AT OR BELOW S37 21.9
E145 20.9 16 2
45^ D45 ML
S37 18.2
3700'

9000' 4200T E145 40.2


S37 27.7 E144 47.9 6000' 11 T 2^ MSA ML VOR
4100T 44
00 22 NOT TO SCALE 3300' within 10 NM
132.0

9
7 MAR 08

MAXAL
7 249^ 4100T D30 ML
S37 26.9 E145 25.0 15 NON-JETS ONLY
2800T
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS

BOYSE TWO ARRIVAL


HAYES 3^
NON-JETS ONLY

SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS


22
0^

D20 ML
ARRIVAL
20-2B

S37 33.1 E145 14.2


21

RWY 16: From BOYSE track 245^ to NEFER.


ROC ROCKDALE AT OR BELOW Cross ANBEL at or below 9000'. Cross NEFER at
11 0T
338 ROC 9000' or below 6000'. From NEFER track 249^ to BOL NDB
42
0
to intercept Rwy 16 localizer.
T
42 2

.Eff.13.Mar.

S37 35.5 E144 49.4


00
1

EPP
EPPING RWY 27: From BOYSE track 222^ to MAXAL, then
160^

377 EPP 223^ to DOREN and EPP NDB. Cross HAYES at or

IMS
LOC DME 6 below 9000'. Intercept Rwy 27 localizer.
S37 40.3 E145 01.6 T
109.7 IMS
3 00 ARTHA RWY 34: 1 From BOYSE track 222^ to MAXAL. From
BOYSE TWO ARRIVAL

3
IMW LOC
D20 ML MAXAL turn LEFT, track 210^ to MONTY. Cross ARTHA
at or below 9000'. From MONTY turn RIGHT, track 257^
MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA

109.3 IMW DOREN S37 35.9 E145 15.1


6 T S37 36.6
0 AT OR BELOW to SHEED. Cross SHEED at or above 2500'. From
263^ 0 E145 08.1 SHEED track 257^ for visual intercept of final Rwy 34.
10 0T

24 9000'
0

1 NOTE: If not visual at SHEED, track 257^ to


23
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Melbourne Intl
intercept ML R-166 and carry out Rwy 34 VOR
missed approach procedure.
Essendon
1 25 7^ 1 CAUTION:Rwy 34 is indicated by 3 sequenced
YMML

D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML
S37 39.6 E144 50.5
VISUAL
257^
1900T
9
MONTY
S37 43.5 E145 06.7
white strobe lights commencing 485m from the end of
the Rwy and aligned with Rwy 34 centerline. Secondary
airport (Essendon) 5 NM SOUTHEAST of Melbourne.
MELBOURNE INTL

LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST
LOST COMMS

JEPPESEN

SHEED
JeppView 3.5.2.0
LOST

S37 43.8 E144 54.9 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE: PROCEDURE IN IMC


.RNAV.STAR.

AT OR ABOVE Squawk 7600.


Comply with vertical navigation requirements, but not below MSA.
LOST COMMS

2500' IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track via the latest STAR clearance to the nominated runway,
then fly the most suitable approach in accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
LOST COMMS

IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN vector for 2 minutes, then fly the most suitable
instrument approach (straight-in where possible) to the nominated runway in accordance
with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
CHANGES: Lost communications, altitudes, procedure renumbered.

LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS

TRANS LEVEL: FL 110


TRANS ALT: 10000'

Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008
Licensed to max. Printed on 22 Jun 2008.
COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE: PROCEDURE IN IMC

MELBOURNE Approach (R)


ATIS

JEPPESEN
Squawk 7600.

114.1 132.7
Comply with vertical navigation requirements, but not below MSA.
IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track via the latest STAR clearance to
the nominated runway, then fly the most suitable approach in

LOST COMMS
LOST COMMS

BOYSE
accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES. D45 ML 4500'
IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN vector for 2 minutes, then fly S37 18.2
the most suitable instrument approach (straight-in where possible) to E145 40.2 080^ 260^
the nominated runway in accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.

132.0
LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS 3700'

7 MAR 08
2^
GPS permitted in lieu of DME 22 MSA ML VOR
Reference waypoint ML VOR E
YS 3300' within 10 NM

SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS


MAXAL BO 0T
0 LIZZI
2 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated by 3 D30 ML 44 15

20-2C
S37 26.9 D40 ML
sequenced white strobe lights commencing E145 25.0 S37 27.0
485m from the end of the Rwy and aligned E145 38.3
with Rwy 34 centerline. Secondary airport

DYTES THREE ARRIVAL


4^

7^

.Eff.13.Mar.
(Essendon) 5 NM SOUTHEAST of Melbourne. DYTES THREE ARRIVAL
22

20
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML
S37 39.6 E144 50.5
DYTES
D15 ML
42 0
2
00
T
ZI
LIZ 0T
0
TRANSITIONS
BADGR: From BADGR to DYTES:
Track 261^ to DYTES. Then follow
S37 42.5 E145 09.6 49 28 arrival instructions.

MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA
AT OR BELOW
BOYSE: From BOYSE to DYTES:
9000' Track 222^ to MAXAL. Turn LEFT
Melbourne track 207^ to DYTES. Then follow
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Intl BADGR 261^


^ arrival instructions.
4 2900T
22 LIZZI: From LIZZI to DYTES:

YMML
15 BADGR
Essendon D30 ML Track 224^ to DYTES. Then follow
RNAV (G

S37 43.1 arrival instructions.


2 12 0T E145 28.0
VOR

MELBOURNE INTL
0 ARRIVAL
NSS)

JEPPESEN
22 RWY 34: 2 From DYTES: Cross DYTES

JeppView 3.5.2.0
at or below 9000'. Track 224^ to BOLTY.

.RNAV.STAR.
BOLTY Track via ML 11 DME Arc for Rwy 34
1 (MMLSA)
VOR approach;
S37 49.5
1 E144 56.6 NOT TO SCALE or on request: Track via Rwy 34 RNAV-Z
11 DME Arc ML (GNSS) approach.
CHANGES: Lost communications, altitudes, procedure renumbered.

TRANS ALT: 10000'


TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
LIZZI TWO ARRIVAL

Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008
Licensed to max. Printed on 22 Jun 2008.
ATIS

JEPPESEN
MELBOURNE Approach (R)
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
4500' ARRIVAL

114.1 132.7
GPS permitted in lieu of DME RWY 16: From LIZZI track 259^
080^ 260^ Reference waypoint ML VOR to HORUS. Cross HORUS at or
3700'
below 9000'. From HORUS track
260^ to NEFER. Cross NEFER at
or below 6000'. From NEFER
MSA ML VOR HORUS track 249^ to BOL NDB to
D20 ML NOT TO SCALE
3300' within 10 NM
NEFER intercept Rwy 16 localizer. 7 MAR 08
132.0

S37 26.5 E144 56.6 S37 26.7 E145 09.7


AT OR BELOW AT OR BELOW RWY 27: From LIZZI track 225^
to MAITE. Cross MAITE at or
BOL
BOLINDA
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS

6000' 9000' below 9000'. From MAITE track


362 BOL 25 9^ 251^ to EPP NDB. Intercept
23
S37 27.7 E144 47.9 26 0^ ^ Rwy 27 localizer.
20-2D

9 ^ 4900T LIZZI
24 5 ML RWY 34: 1 From LIZZI track
T
4100T
10 22 D40 S37 27.0 225^ to MONTY. Cross MAITE at
28070 E145 38.3 or below 9000'. From MONTY
LIZZI TWO ARRIVAL

IMS turn RIGHT, track 257^ to SHEED.


.Eff.13.Mar.

LOC DME
109.7 IMS Cross SHEED at or above 2500'.
From SHEED track 257^ for visual
21 0T intercept of final Rwy 34.
ROCKDALE
338 ROC ROC 49
0
1 NOTE: If not visual at SHEED
track 257^ to intercept ML R-166
S37 35.5 E144 49.4

IMW
EPPING
377 EPP EPP and carry out Rwy 34 VOR
MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA

LOC missed approach procedure.


109.3 IMW S37 40.3 E145 01.6 MAITE 1 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated
D20 ML
263^ 251^ S37 38.8 E145 15.7 by 3 sequenced white strobe
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Melbourne Intl 11 lights commencing 485m from the


AT OR BELOW end of the Rwy and aligned with
2300T 5
8. 0T Rwy 34 centerline. Secondary
0 9000' airport (Essendon) 5 NM
ML
2
YMML

MELBOURNE Essendon 2
SOUTHEAST of Melbourne.
D
114.1 ML VISUAL 257^ LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS
S37 39.6 E144 50.5 1
LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS

1900T COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE: PROCEDURE IN IMC


MELBOURNE INTL

257^ 9 MONTY
JEPPESEN

S37 43.5 Squawk 7600.


JeppView 3.5.2.0

SHEED E145 06.7 Comply with vertical navigation requirements, but not below MSA.
.RNAV.STAR.

S37 43.8 E144 54.9 IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track via the latest STAR clearance
AT OR ABOVE to the nominated runway, then fly the most suitable approach in
LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS

2500' accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.


IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN vector for 2 minutes, then fly
the most suitable instrument approach (straight-in where possible) to
the nominated runway in accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
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Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008 JeppView 3.5.2.0 Notice: After 4 Jul 2008 0901Z, this chart may no longer be valid. Disc 12-2008 JeppView 3.5.2.0

.RNAV.STAR. .RNAV.STAR.
JEPPESEN 7 MAR 08 20-2E .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA JEPPESEN 7 MAR 08 20-2F .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
ATIS 114.1 132.7 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
ATIS 114.1 132.7 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
132.0
MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Approach (R) 132.0
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
TRANS ALT: 10000'
MICHM FIVE ARRIVAL TRANS ALT: 10000' MONTY THREE ARRIVAL
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS

COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS


TRANSITION

LOST
WAREN: From WAREN to MICHM:

or on request: Track via Rwy 09 RNAV-Z


SHEED. Cross SHEED at or above 6000'.
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST

IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN vector for 2 minutes, then fly


10 DME Arc for Rwy 09 VOR approach;
From LIZZI track 225^ to MONTY, then
Track 319^ to MICHM. Then follow

MAXAL. From MAXAL turn LEFT, track

Turn LEFT, track 248^ to MISCH. From


LOST COMMS

to MONTY: From BOYSE track 222^ to

RWY 09: From MONTY track 257^ to

MISCH turn RIGHT then; Track via ML

LOST COMMS
COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:

IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track via the latest STAR clearance to


arrival instructions.

WAREN: From WAREN to MONTY:

the nominated runway in accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.


From WAREN track 320^ to MONTY,

the most suitable instrument approach (straight-in where possible) to


BADGR: From BADGR to MONTY:
From BADGR track 257^ to MONTY,

BOYSE (NON-JET): From BOYSE

210^ to MONTY, then follow arrival


PROCEDURE IN IMC

LIZZI: From LIZZI to MONTY:


ARRIVAL

MONTY THREE ARRIVAL


Squawk 7600.

Comply with vertical navigation requirements, but not below MSA.


then follow arrival instructions.

then follow arrival instructions.


RWY 34:1 From MICHM: Cross MICHM Comply with vertical navigation

COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE: PROCEDURE IN IMC


at or below 9000'. Turn LEFT, track

LOST COMMS
requirements, but not below MSA.

LOST COMMS
follow arrival instructions.

the nominated runway,then fly the most suitable approach in


264^ to BOLTY. Track via ML 11 DME IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track
Arc for Rwy 34 VOR approach; via the latest STAR clearance to the
or on request: Track via Rwy 34 nominated runway, then fly the most
RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. suitable approach in accordance with

TRANSITIONS
LOST COMMS

(GNSS) approach.
LOST COMMS
1 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
by 3 sequenced white strobe lights IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN

instructions.
vector for 2 minutes, then fly the

ARRIVAL

accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.


commencing 485m from the end of the
Rwy and aligned with Rwy 34 most suitable instrument approach
LOST COMMS

(straight-in where possible) to the

LOST COMMS
centerline. Secondary airport
(Essendon) 5 NM SOUTHEAST of nominated runway in accordance with
Melbourne. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST

LOST COMMS
GPS permitted in lieu of DME

NOT TO SCALE
Reference waypoint ML VOR
4500'

E145 40.2
GPS permitted in lieu of DME

D45 ML
S37 18.2
Reference waypoint ML VOR

BOYSE
080^ 260^

E145 38.3
D40 ML
S37 27.0

LOST COMMS
LIZZI
3700'

Squawk 7600.
2^
ML
MELBOURNE MSA ML VOR

5^
3300' within 10 NM

22

E145 28.0
D
114.1 ML

D30 ML

LOST COMMS
T

S37 43.1
44 15

22

BADGR
00
S37 39.6 E144 50.5

E
YS
BO

257^
Melbourne Intl LOST COMMS LOST COMMS COMMS
0^

T
49 30
00
21

I Z
D30 ML
MAXAL

E145 25.0
S37 26.9

LIZ
RNAV (G

^
1 320
VOR

WAREN
S38 01.0 E145 18.7
Essendon

BADGR
MICHM

2900T
D20 ML 22 0T
NSS)

17
S37 50.7 E145 11.5 42
0
N
AT OR BELOW RE
264^ WA 0T

3300' within 10 NM
12
27020

260^
2200T 9000'

MSA ML VOR
11 D ME BOLTY
Arc ML

E145 06.7
S37 43.5
3700'
(MMLSA)

4500'

MONTY
WA 0T

257^
S37 49.5

2100T
25012

E144 56.6
RE

Melbourne

9
N

S37 43.8 E144 54.9


SHEED
080^

Intl

AT OR ABOVE
Essendon

6000'
319

248^
2100T
11.5
^

S37 39.6 E144 50.5


114.1 ML
MELBOURNE
WAREN

ML
RNAV (GNSS)
S38 01.0 E145 18.7

VOR or

MISCH
D10 ML
S37 45.8
E144 40.6
ML
NOT TO SCALE

c
Ar
E

D
DM
10

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.STAR. .RNAV.STAR.
JEPPESEN 7 MAR 08 20-2G .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA JEPPESEN 7 MAR 08 20-2H .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA
ATIS 114.1 132.7 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
ATIS 114.1 132.7 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
129.4
MELBOURNE Approach (R) 132.0
MELBOURNE Approach (R)

TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 TRANS LEVEL: FL 110


TRANS ALT: 10000'
PORTS TWO ARRIVAL TRANS ALT: 10000' WAREN NINE ARRIVAL
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
TRANSITIONS ARRIVAL 1 NOTE: If not visual at SHEED
MILLA (RNAV): From MILLA to PORTS: From WAREN track 320^ to MONTY. track 257^ to intercept ML R-166
Track 272^ to EKKAS. Track 272^ to RWY 16: From MONTY track 323^ to and carry out Rwy 34 VOR missed
PORTS. Then follow arrival instruction. NEFER. Cross SANDR at or below 8000'. approach procedure.
WONTHAGGI (WON): From WON VOR 1 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated Cross NEFER at or below 6000'. From 1 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is
to PORTS: Track 296^ to LATTA. by 3 sequenced white strobe lights NEFER turn LEFT, track 249^ to BOL NDB indicated by 3 sequenced white
Track 297^ to PORTS. Then follow commencing 485m from the end of the to intercept Rwy 16 localizer. strobe lights commencing 485m
arrival instruction. Rwy and aligned with Rwy 34 centerline. from the end of the Rwy and
ARRIVAL Secondary airport (Essendon) 5 NM RWY 27: From MONTY track 297^ to
SOUTHEAST of Melbourne. EPP NDB to intercept Rwy 27 localizer. aligned with Rwy 34 centerline.
From PORTS: Cross PORTS at or Secondary airport (Essendon)
below 9000'; then LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST
RWY 34: 1 From MONTY turn LEFT, 5 NM SOUTHEAST of Melbourne.
RWY 09: Turn RIGHT, track 313^ to track 257^ to SHEED. Cross SHEED
LOST
MISCH. Track via ML 10 DME Arc for COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE: at or above 2500'. From SHEED track COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS
Rwy 09 VOR approach; PROCEDURE IN IMC

LOST
Squawk 7600. 257^ for visual intercept of final COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE:
or on request: Track via Rwy 09 Rwy 34. PROCEDURE IN IMC
LOST COMMS

RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. Comply with vertical navigation Squawk 7600.

LOST COMMS
RWY 34: 1 Turn RIGHT, track 340^ requirements, but not below MSA. GPS permitted in lieu of DME Comply with vertical navigation
to PIERS. Turn LEFT, track 330^ to IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track Reference waypoint ML VOR requirements, but not below MSA.
TONAR for Rwy 34 VOR approach; via the latest STAR clearance to the IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track
or on request: Track 340^ to PIERS nominated runway, then fly the most
LOST COMMS

suitable approach in accordance with via the latest STAR clearance to the
for Rwy 34 RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. nominated runway, then fly the most

LOST COMMS
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES. NEFER
IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN suitable approach in accordance with
ML
MELBOURNE S37 26.5 E144 56.6
VOR or D vector for 2 minutes, then fly the most AT OR BELOW EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
RNAV 114.1 ML suitable instrument approach IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN
LOST COMMS

S37 39.6 E144 50.5 6000' vector for 2 minutes, then fly the most
(straight-in where possible) to the
BOLBOLINDA
suitable instrument approach

LOST COMMS
Melbourne nominated runway in accordance with 362 BOL (straight-in where possible) to the
Intl EMERGENCY PROCEDURES. ^
249
10
DME

S37 27.7 E144 47.9


A r cL

Essendon nominated runway in accordance with


M

LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST


7 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
RNAV (G

0T LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST


280
VOR

300
IMS
MISCH SANDR

7
(MMLWA) GPS permitted in lieu of DME LOC DME S37 33.1 E145 00.6
NSS)

0T
S37 45.8 TONAR (VOR) Reference waypoint ML VOR 109.7 IMS AT OR BELOW
E144 40.6 4500'
S37 50.6
E144 51.2 8000'
080^ 260^
3

E 377PEPPP
39 19

4.5

PIERS EPPING
30^

4500' 3700'
00

160^
(MMLSB)
T

S37 55.0 E144 53.1


080^ 260^ S37 40.3 E145 01.6

IMW
MSA ML VOR
3000T

LOC

300
3300' within 10 NM

11
3700'
340^
6

109.3 IMW
31

0T
3^

PORTS MSA ML VOR


D22 ML 3300' within 10 NM 263^
S38 01.2 E144 54.2 37 00 EKKAS Melbourne Intl
T

323
D30 ML 20 5
AT OR BELOW 14 S38 04.7 E145 11.4
37
1000T
29 29 00T
ML

^
9000' 7^ MILL
A 101^ D
MELBOURNE Essendon 7^ MONTY
4 4 00 114.1 ML 1 257^ 1900T S37 43.5 E145 06.7
34 T S37 39.6 E144 50.5 9 257^
LATTA
D30 ML
W
ON
272^ VISUAL
S38 07.6 E145 04.3 (W TH MILLA 281^
37 ON)AGG D60 ML
SHEED
S37 43.8 E144 54.9 NOT TO SCALE
3 00 I

400
20
3 T S38 12.9 AT OR ABOVE

0T
E145 53.6
29 2500'
6^

W115.9OWONN
140

320
WONTHAGGI
^

W383OWONN

^
S38 28.3 E145 37.4 WAREN
NOT TO SCALE S38 01.0 E145 18.7
320

S38 28.3 E145 37.5


^

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.RNAV.STAR. .RNAV.SID.
20-3 .Eff.15.Mar. MELBOURNE,
JEPPESEN 7 MAR 08 20-2J .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE,VIC, AUSTRALIA JEPPESEN 9 MAR 07 VIC, AUSTRALIA
ATIS 114.1 132.7 MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2
YMML MELBOURNE INTL YMML MELBOURNE INTL
MELBOURNE Approach (R) 129.4 132.0 Departure (R) 129.4
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
TRANS ALT: 10000' WENDY TWO ARRIVAL TRANS ALT: 10000'
RUNWAY 16
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS BISON THREE DEPARTURE
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
ARRIVAL RWY 27: Track 070^ to KEELA. Cross
From WENDY track 071^ to TEENA; then KEELA at or above 6000'. Turn RIGHT,
RWY 09: Turn LEFT, track 037^ to track 083^ to ROCEL. Turn LEFT, track
to EPP NDB to intercept Rwy 27 4500'
MELSO. Track 037^ to NAOMI for Rwy localizer.
09 VOR approach; 080^ 260^
or on request: Track 037^ to MELSO for RWY 34: 3 Turn RIGHT, track 088^ to
LAVER. Track via ML 11 DME Arc for 3700'
Rwy 09 RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. Minimum required climb gradient
1 NOTE: NAOMI is not part of Rwy 34 VOR approach; 4.6% to 1500' thence 3.3%
Rwy 09 RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. or on request: Track via Rwy 34 Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300 MSA ML VOR
RWY 16: Track 070^ to KEELA. Cross RNAV-Z (GNSS) approach. 3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003 3300' within 10 NM
KEELA at or above 6000'. Track 070^ 3 CAUTION: Rwy 34 is indicated 4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398
to PASCO, then turn LEFT track 345^ by 3 sequenced white strobe lights
to ELVIS. Cross ELVIS at or below commencing 485m from the end of the
8000'. Track 345^ to NEFER. Cross Rwy and aligned with Rwy 34 centerline. RWY 16: Track 160^. At HORSH turn RIGHT.
NEFER at or below 6000'. Turn LEFT, Secondary airport (Essendon) 5 NM Track direct to BISON (approx 270^).
track 249^ to BOL NDB to intercept SOUTHEAST of Melbourne. Then follow transition instruction.
Rwy 16 localizer. NEFER
S37 26.5 E144 56.6 TRANSITION:
GPS permitted in lieu of DME AT OR BELOW
RADAR: At BISON continue tracking 270^,
Reference waypoint ML VOR EXPECT RADAR vectors to cleared route.
7 249^ 6000'
2800T
4500'
BOL
BOLINDA
362 BOL
IMS
GPS permitted in lieu of DME
2900T

080^ 260^ LOC DME Reference waypoint ML VOR


S37 27.7 E144 47.9
7

109.7 IMS ELVIS


3700' S37 33.8 E144 57.1
AT OR BELOW

ML
MELBOURNE
160^

MSA ML VOR D 8000'


3300' within 10 NM 114.1 ML
S37 39.6 E144 50.5
IMWLOC
109.3 IMW
E 377PEPPP
EPPING
2400T

1 NAOMI (VOR) VOR or

ML
9

RNAV S37 40.3 E145 01.6 MELBOURNE


S37 39.3 E144 37.9 (GNSS) 263^ D
114.1 ML
MELSO
(MMLWB) S37 39.6 E144 50.5
0T
4

S37 42.1 E144 34.0


220

345^

Melbourne Melbourne
1900T
0327200T

353^

NOT TO SCALE Intl Essendon Intl


5

8
^

2 2100T
.5

160^
7

070^00T16
S37 50.4 E143 58.7
WENDY
D42244^ 23 21 083^ 2100T ROCEL
VOR

11
(GNSS)
RNAV

3100T 0 3 PASCO D10 ML


071^ TEENA 281 8^ 11 D
Arc ME S37 43.2 S37 45.3
E145 01.1
RADA
R
^ 0
D20 ML 13 0T ML E144 57.8
065 2 45^ S37 47.1
E144 27.0
LAVER 2 BISON
HORSH
D4 ML
(MMLSD) KEELA D12 ML
S37 49.2 S37 43.2 E144 36.2 S37 43.6
S37 44.5 E144 47.3 E144 50.9
E144 43.7 AT OR ABOVE
(approx
6000' 270^)
LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS
LOST COMMS

LOSTCOMMS

COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE: PROCEDURE IN IMC


Squawk 7600.
Comply with vertical navigation requirements, but not below MSA.
IF UNDER PILOT NAVIGATION track via the latest STAR clearance to the
nominated runway, then fly the most suitable approach in accordance with
LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
IF UNDER RADAR VECTOR MAINTAIN vector for 2 minutes, then fly the NOT TO SCALE
most suitable instrument approach (straight-in where possible) to the
nominated runway in accordance with EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
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JEPPESEN 9 MAR 07 20-3A .Eff.15.Mar. .RNAV.SID. JEPPESEN 9 MAR 07 20-3B .Eff.15.Mar. .RNAV.SID.
MELBOURNE Clearance127.2
MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2 MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
Departure (R) 129.4 RWY 16 and 27 Departure (R) 129.4 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
118.9 RWY 34 YMML MELBOURNE INTL 118.9 RWY 34 CWS
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 TRANS ALT: 10000'
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 RUNWAYS SOUTH
TRANS ALT: 10000' RUNWAYS EAST
CORRS FIVE DEPARTURE COWES (CWS) FOUR DEPARTURE
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS POINT TWO DEPARTURE
4500'
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS

E145 36.8
Minimum required climb gradients:

D40 ML
S37 55.5
080^ 260^

CORRS
Rwy 16: 4.6% to 2900', then 3.3%.
Rwy 27: 3.3%.
1003
1063
1398

DARLY track 105^ to STEVO. Cross STEVO


3700'
300

DME AND after passing 1500', turn RIGHT.


at or above 8000'. From STEVO turn LEFT.
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%.

RWY 34: Track 340^. After passing ML 3

or above 10000'. From GEDEN turn LEFT,


Track 090^ to CORRS, thence as cleared.

track 102^ to CORRS, thence as cleared.


Track direct to GEDEN. Cross GEDEN at
turn LEFT. Track 087^ to CORRS, thence Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300
RWY 16: Track 160^ to YARRA. Cross
YARRA at or above 4000'. From YARRA

RWY 27: Track 263^ to HOPLA. Cross


SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS

HOPLA at or above 4000'. From HOPLA

Track 011^, passing 5000' turn RIGHT.


1165

turn LEFT, track 200^ to DARLY. From


835
886
250

3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003 MSA ML VOR
3300' within 10 NM
3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709 886 1063
Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200
3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668
3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709
4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932
CORRS FIVE DEPARTURE

4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398


Rwy 16: 4.6% to 2900', then 3.3%.
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%.
Minimum required climb gradients:

COWES (CWS) FOUR DEPARTURE POINT TWO DEPARTURE


RWY 16: Track 160^ to YARRA. RWY 34 (NON-JET): Track 340^.
Cross YARRA at or above 4000'. From At 1200' turn LEFT to intercept track
YARRA turn LEFT. Track 147^ to 253^ to KORIT. Cross KORIT at or
CWS VOR, thence as cleared. above 4000'. From KORIT turn LEFT
track 148^ to POINT. From POINT turn
LEFT track 137^ to CWS VOR, thence
RWY 27: Track 263^ to HOPLA. as cleared.
Rwy 27: 3.3%.

Cross HOPLA at or above 4000'. From


as cleared.

31
HOPLA turn LEFT track 200^ to
DARLY. From DARLY turn LEFT track
138^ to CWS VOR, thence as cleared. AT TURN RIGHT
5000'

011^
RWY 34 (JET ACFT ONLY): After passing
Track 340^. After passing ML 3 DME ML 3 DME
S37 43.2 E145 00.9
AT OR ABOVE

AND after passing 1500' turn RIGHT AND after


^

41
track 011^. At 5000' turn RIGHT. passing 1500'
10000'

36
102
3300' within 10 NM

Track direct to PEBAL. From PEBAL 3 DME


260^

NOT TO SCALE
MSA ML VOR

track 150^ to CWS VOR, thence

340^
GEDEN

as cleared. POINT TWO DEPARTURE


D9 ML

HOPLA
3700'
4500'

D7 ML At 1200'
KORIT S37 39.2 E144 41.7
D10 ML
S37 40.6 E144 38.0 AT OR ABOVE Melbourne

ML
080^

AT OR ABOVE 4000' Intl MELBOURNE


4000' 263^ D 114.1 ML

0^
S37 39.6 E144 50.5
S37 39.6 E144 50.5

20
114.1 ML

253^
MELBOURNE
ML

DARLY YARRA

160^
D11 ML D11 ML

148
Melbourne Intl

S37 44.2 S37 50.5 E144 52.2


E144 37.8
087^

AT OR ABOVE

13
^
D

4000'

8^
3 DM E

147
GPS permitted in lieu of DME

160^

43
Reference waypoint ML VOR

PEBAL
34 0^

^
^ D20 ML
090^

01 1
YARRA

E144 52.2
D11 ML
S37 50.5

S37 58.6 E144 58.6


AT OR ABOVE

CO
POINT 13
263^
PASSING

W
D16 ML 7^

COW
5000'

CO
4000'

ES
S37 55.7

54 S) )

W
(C y 2
E144 45.3

(Rw

ES ( 4
(RwyCWS) FO
W 7

ES
1500'
After passing

(Rwy
TURN RIGHT

(CW 16)
ML 3 DME

3
AND after

FO

34)
NOT TO SCALE

UR

S)
PO 41
STEVO
D8.5 ML
S37 47.5 E144 46.2
AT OR ABOVE
passing

FO
(R NT
^

0^ wy TW

UR
U
105
HOPLA

S37 39.2 E144 41.7


D7 ML

CWS
8000'

20 GPS permitted in lieu of DME

R
34) O
AT OR ABOVE

COWES
Reference waypoint ML VOR 117.6 CWS
4000'

S37 44.2
E144 37.8
DARLY
D11 ML

CWS
S38 30.5 E145 12.8
275 CWS
S38 31.0 E145 13.2

CHANGES: HOPLA coordinates, ML radials. | JEPPESEN SANDERSON, INC., 2003, 2007. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. CHANGES: HOPLA coordinates, ML radials. | JEPPESEN SANDERSON, INC., 1992, 2007. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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.SID. .RNAV.SID.
JEPPESEN 9 MAR 07 20-3C .Eff.15.Mar. MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA JEPPESEN 30 MAY 08 20-3D .Eff.5.Jun. MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2 MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2
Departure (R) NEVIS 118.9 YMML MELBOURNE INTL Departure (R) 118.9 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
CRENA/YWE 129.4
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 RUNWAYS NORTH EAST
JETS ONLY
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 RUNWAYS WEST TRANS ALT: 10000'
TRANS ALT: 10000'
CRENA SEVEN DEPARTURE (RNAV) DOSEL SEVEN DEPARTURE
MARSH FOUR DEPARTURE
NON-JET ONLY
MANGALORE (MNG) EIGHT DEPARTURE
NEVIS FOUR DEPARTURE (RNAV) NONIX EIGHT DEPARTURE
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
YARROWEE (YWE) FOUR DEPARTURE (RNAV) Minimum required climb gradients:
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS Rwy 16: 4.6% to 1500', then 3.3%.
Minimum required climb gradients: Rwy 27: 3.3%.
4500' Rwy 34: 4.6% to 1500', then 3.3%.
Rwy 16: 4.6% to 1500', then 3.3%.
Rwy 27: 3.3%. 080^ Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%. 260^
3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003
Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300 3700' 4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398
3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003
3.5% V/V (fpm) 886
RWY 16: Track 160^. At HORSH RWY 34: Track 340^ to ROKDL.
266 354 532 709 1063 MSA ML VOR turn RIGHT, track direct to ALBAK. Turn RIGHT, track 014^ to SALLY.
4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398 3300' within 10 NM Turn RIGHT, track 010^ to CHIMU. For DOSEL: Track 043^ to DOSEL,
RWY 16: Track 160^. At HORSH RWY 34:Track 340^. Cross CHIMU at or above 10000'. thence as cleared.
turn RIGHT. Track direct to ALBAK For CRENA: After passing 1500' Turn RIGHT, track 025^ to SALLY. For MNG: Track 011^ to MNG VOR,
(approx 272^). AND after passing ML 1 DME turn For DOSEL: Turn RIGHT, track 043^ thence as cleared.
For CRENA: From ALBAK track 264^ to LEFT track direct to HOPLA. From to DOSEL, thence as cleared. For NONIX: Track 025^ to NONIX,
CRENA, thence as cleared. HOPLA turn RIGHT track 263^ to For MNG: Turn LEFT, track 011^ thence as cleared.
For NEVIS: From ALBAK track 284^ to CRENA, thence as cleared. to MNG VOR, thence as cleared.
NEVIS, thence as cleared. For MARSH (NON-JET ONLY): For NONIX: Track 025^ to NONIX,
For YWE: From ALBAK track 264^ to At 1200' turn LEFT to intercept ML thence as cleared.

MNG
MARSH. From MARSH turn LEFT, track R-253. Track 253^ to MARSH then MANGALORE
253^ to YWE VOR, thence as cleared. YWE VOR, thence as cleared. RWY 27: Track 263^ to HOPLA. Turn 113.2 MNG
For NEVIS: From BAKER turn LEFT, RIGHT, track 330^ to BEATO.
RWY 27: Track 263^ to HOPLA. track 275^ to NEVIS, thence as For DOSEL: Turn RIGHT, track 047^ S36 53.2 E145 11.7

(MN NGA & 34)


For CRENA: From HOPLA track 263^ to

EIG E
cleared.

HT
G) LOR
CRENA, thence as cleared. For YWE (JETS ONLY): to RIDAL. Cross RIDAL at or above
NONIX

16
For NEVIS: From HOPLA turn RIGHT. After passing 1500' AND after 10000'. Track 047^ to DOSEL, thence S37 04.6 E145 14.8

S
Track 280^ to NEVIS, thence as cleared. passing ML 1 DME turn LEFT track as cleared.

(RWY
For YWE: From HOPLA turn LEFT. Track For MNG: Turn RIGHT, track 035^

MA
direct to HOPLA. From HOPLA track
252^ to YWE VOR, thence as cleared. 252^ to YWE VOR, thence as cleared. to PEART. Cross PEART at or above

H T
10000'. Track 021^ to MNG VOR,

IG
NEVIS

)E

36
D80 ML thence as cleared.

&3 T
42 MNG)

4)
16 IGH
( 7
S37 11.8 E143 16.3 For NONIX: Turn RIGHT, DOSEL

RE Y 2
(RWY 34 S37 09.9 E145 23.7

YS X E
(RWONI 7
BAKER track 035^ to PEART. Cross

LO (RW
NEVIS FO )

2
UR D6 ML
S37 33.7 E144 49.2 PEART at or above 10000'. Turn
77
27) HT

GA

N
RIGHT, track 035^ to NONIX,
275^ thence as cleared. Y EIG 4500'

AN
TURN LEFT

5^
NE (RW 73 (RWIX 4 N

^
N 2 VE 34)

02
VI Y After passing 1500' 1 8

011
NO 2 E 080^ 260^
S 27 AND after passing S &
NOT TO SCALE FO ) AT OR ABOVE L 16
7) SE S
UR 34) EE ML 1 DME Y 2 EN DO WY 3700'
10000' (RWEL SEV (R
NE

WYROW OUR
(R IS
WY FO

3^

^
R
V

( EN 1 DME 1 PEART S

1
HOPLA R F
28 D O 37
D7 ML YA WE) SEV ) 04
1 6 UR

02
CRENA S37 28.5 E144 43.4 MSA ML VOR
2
)

S37 16.4 (RWY 27) 0^ S37 39.2 (Y A 34 UR


34 0^

SALLY 3300' within 10 NM


E140 04.9 (RWY 34) E144 41.7 REN RWY FO
( TURN LEFT 5^ S37 26.2 E144 55.0
CRENA SEVEN
222
263^ C
AR
SH 2 At 1200' BEATO
03 ^ RIDAL 1
S37 29.7
263^ 0457
M

10
201 265^ YARREOWEE R

5^
AT OR ABOVE

10
S37 32.1 E144 38.7 E144 43.7
)F U
O
252^ 253^Melbourne

02
(YW 10000'
45 CHIMU

014^
Intl
76

CRE (RWY 1

ML
S37 33.9
1 253^ NA 6 MELBOURNE E144 47.8
1 60^

S ) D GPS permitted in lieu of DME

7
23 MARSH
22
EVE
N
114.1 ML ROKDL
Reference waypoint ML VOR

330^
D29 ML

340^
S37 35.5
28

3.7
S37 42.3 S37 39.6 E144 50.5 E144 49.4

YWE
4^

YARROWEE E144 14.6 264


114.3 YWE ^ HORSH HOPLA
6 Melbourne Intl
263^
M114.1LML
MELBOURNE
ALBAK D4 ML S37 39.2 E144 41.7

YWE
S37 44.3 E143 45.3 D8 ML (app S37 43.6 D
389 YWE 1 YARROWEE (YWE) FOUR S37 44.6 272 rox E144 50.9

160^
^
(RWY 16) ) S37 39.6 E144 50.5

010
E144 42.6
S37 44.5 E143 45.4 ^

2.5
11
GPS permitted in lieu of DME
Reference waypoint ML VOR ALBAK HORSH
S37 44.6 E144 42.6 7 S37 43.6 E144 50.9 NOT TO SCALE

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.RNAV.SID. STANDARD INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES (RADAR) .SID.(R).


JEPPESEN 30 MAY 08 20-3E .Eff.5.Jun. MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA JEPPESEN 25 AUG 06 20-3F .Eff.31.Aug.
MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2 MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2 MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
Departure (R) 118.9 YMML MELBOURNE INTL Departure (R)

TRANS LEVEL: FL 110


Tracks Northwest, North, Northeast 118.9 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
TRANS ALT: 10000'
RUNWAYS NORTH WEST Tracks Southwest, South, Southeast 129.4
JETS ONLY TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
ALL RUNWAYS
TRANS ALT: 10000'
KEPPA SEVEN DEPARTURE MELBOURNE THREE DEPARTURE
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
Minimum required climb gradients
Minimum required climb gradients: Rwys 09, 27: 3.3%.
Rwy 16: 4.6% to 1500', then 3.3%. Rwy 16: 4.6% to 2900', then 3.3%. 4500'
Rwy 27: 3.3%. Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%.
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%. Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300 080^ 260^
Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300 3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003 3700'
3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003 3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709 886 1063
3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709 886 1063 4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398 MSA ML VOR
4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398 3300' within 10 NM
RWY 09: Track 083^. At 1500' turn to assigned
heading.
RWY 16: Track 160^. At HORSH RWY 27: Track 263^. From HOPLA turn RWY 16: Track 160^. At ML 4 DME turn to assigned
turn RIGHT. Track direct to ALBAK RIGHT. Track 315^ to KEPPA, thence heading.
(approx 272^). From ALBAK turn as cleared.
RIGHT, track 316^ to KEPPA, RWY 27: Track 263^. At 1500' turn to assigned
thence as cleared. RWY 34: Track 340^. From BAKER turn heading.
LEFT. Track 307^ to KEPPA, thence RWY 34: Track 340^. At 1500' turn to assigned
as cleared. heading.
AT NOT TO SCALE
GPS permitted in lieu of DME 1500'
Reference waypoint ML VOR turn to assigned
heading

KEPPA AT
D66 ML 1500'
S36 47.8 E143 58.5 4500' turn to assigned
heading
AT
080^ 260^
1500'

340^
3700' turn to assigned
heading

MSA ML VOR 263^ 083^


3300' within 10 NM
61

ML
MELBOURNE Melbourne Intl
D
114.1 ML

160^
S37 39.6 E144 50.5
62
67

BAKER
30 D6 ML
7^ S37 33.7 E144 49.2 GPS permitted in lieu of DME
Reference waypoint ML VOR
340^
31

Melbourne Intl
5^

AT

HOPLA
D7 ML
263^ D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML
S37 39.6 E144 50.5
A If ML DME not available, departure
will advise passing 4 DME based on
RADAR observation. A
4 DME
turn to assigned
heading
S37 39.2 E144 41.7
160^

LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS

LOST COMMS
31

On recognition of communication failure:


6^

Squawk 7600
HORSH MAINTAIN last assigned vector for two
ALBAK D4 ML
D8 ML (approx S37 43.6 E144 50.9 minutes and, if necessary, climb to minimum
)
LOST COMMS

272^ safe altitude to MAINTAIN terrain clearance,

LOST COMMS
NOT TO SCALE
S37 44.6 E144 42.6
then proceed in accordance with the latest
ATC route clearance acknowledged.
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.SID. .RNAV.SID.
JEPPESEN 9 MAR 07 20-3H .Eff.15.Mar.
JEPPESEN 25 AUG 06 20-3G .Eff.31.Aug. MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2
MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
Departure (R) 118.9 YMML MELBOURNE INTL Departure (R) 129.4
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110 TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
TRANS ALT: 10000' RUNWAYS NORTH WEST TRANS ALT: 10000' NON-JETS ONLY
NON-JETS ONLY SIMON THREE DEPARTURE
OWENS TWO DEPARTURE SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS
SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS Minimum required climb gradients:
SPEED: RWY 16: MAX IAS 230 KT BELOW 2900' Rwy 16: 4.6% to 2900' then 3.3%.
Rwy 27: 3.3%.
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%.
Minimum required climb gradients Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300
Rwys 16, 27: 3.3%. 3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%.
Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300 3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709 886 1063
3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003 4.6% V/V (fpm) 349 466 699 932 1165 1398
3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709 886 1063 RWY 16: Track 160^. At HORSH RWY 34: Track 340^. At 1200' turn
turn RIGHT. Track 192^ to SIMON, LEFT to intercept track 253^ to
thence as cleared. Cross ML 10 DME KORIT. Cross KORIT at or above
RWY 16: Track 160^. At 1300' turn RWY 27: Track 263^. At ML 7 DME at or above 4000'. 4000'. From KORIT turn LEFT. Track
RIGHT, track 295^. At ML 5 DME turn turn RIGHT, track direct to OWENS 168^ to SIMON, thence as cleared.
RIGHT, track 340^. Intercept ML (approx 331^), thence as cleared. RWY 27: Track 263^ to HOPLA.
R-314, track to OWENS, thence as Cross HOPLA at or above 4000'.
cleared. RWY 34:Track 340^. After passing From HOPLA turn LEFT. Track
ML 1 DME AND after passing 1500' 174^ to SIMON, thence as cleared. 4500'
OWENS turn LEFT. Intercept ML R-314, track
D30 ML 080^
S37 14.8 E144 29.4 to OWENS, thence as cleared. 260^

GPS permitted in lieu of DME 3700'


GPS permitted in lieu of DME
Reference waypoint ML VOR Reference waypoint ML VOR
MSA ML VOR
3300' within 10 NM
AT
HOPLA 1200'
D7 ML
4500' S37 39.2 E144 41.7
080^ AT OR ABOVE
260^

340^
4000'
3700' KORIT Melbourne

ML
D10 ML Intl
S37 40.6 E144 38.0 MELBOURNE
MSA ML VOR AT OR ABOVE
263^ D
114.1 ML
3300' within 10 NM 4000' S37 39.6 E144 50.5
253^

174^

160^
1 68^
31

TURN LEFT
4^

After passing HORSH


D4 ML
ML 1 DME S37 43.6
AND after

^
E144 50.9

192
passing 1500'
314
^

29

26
1
340^
3a3pp1ro^x)
(

27
DME
340^

10 DME

7
DME
263^ D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML
S37 39.6 E144 50.5 AT OR ABOVE
Melbourne Intl NOT TO SCALE 4000'
160^

5 29
DME 5^ AT SIMON
NOT TO SCALE 1300' D30 ML
S38 08.1
E144 38.5
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.SID. .NOISE.
JEPPESEN 9 MAR 07 20-3J .Eff.15.Mar. +JEPPESEN
MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL 7 MAR 08 MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE Clearance 127.2 .EFF.13.Mar. 20-4 MELBOURNE INTL
Departure (R) 118.9 YMML MELBOURNE INTL
TRANS LEVEL: FL 110
NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES
TRANS ALT: 10000' 1 - PREFERRED RUNWAY MODES (applicable to all aircraft)
NON-JETS ONLY 1.1 (a) 0600 - 2300 HR local time
STRATHBOGIE (SBG) FIVE DEPARTURE RUNWAY MODE
SPEED: SEE 20-0 FOR SPEED RESTRICTIONS PRIORITY LANDING TAKE-OFF NOTES
RWY 16: MAX IAS 230 KT BELOW 2900' 1 (equal) Runway 16 Runway 27 See Note 1
Minimum required climb gradients: 1 (equal) Runway 27 Runway 27 & 34 See Note 2
Rwy 16, 27: 3.3%. 2 Runway 27 Runway 27
Rwy 34: 3.5% to 1200', then 3.3%. GPS permitted in lieu of DME 3 Runway 34 or 16 Runway 34 or 16
Gnd speed-Kts 75 100 150 200 250 300 Reference waypoint ML VOR 4 Runway 09 Runway 09 See Note 3
3.3% V/V (fpm) 251 334 501 668 835 1003
3.5% V/V (fpm) 266 354 532 709 886 1063 (b) 0600 - 2300 HR local time (high capacity landing modes)
4500'
RWY 16: Track 160^. At 1300' turn RIGHT. Track RUNWAY MODE
295^. Passing 6000' and beyond ML 5 DME turn 080^ 260^
PRIORITY LANDING TAKE-OFF NOTES
RIGHT, track direct to LYNCH. Cross LYNCH at 3700' 1 (equal) Runway 27 & 34 (LAHSO) Runway 27 See Note 4
or above 9000'. Track 036^ to SBG NDB, thence
as cleared. 1 (equal) Runway 34 & 09 (LAHSO) Runway 34 See Note 4

RWY 27: Track 263^. Passing 1500' turn RIGHT. MSA ML VOR
3300' within 10 NM
(c) 2300 - 0600 HR local time
Track 030^. At ML 10 DME turn RIGHT. Track 060^.
Intercept ML R-030. Track to SBG, thence as RUNWAY MODE

SBG
cleared. STRATHBOGIE PRIORITY LANDING TAKE-OFF NOTES
RWY 34: Track 340^. After passing 1500' and beyond 413 SBG Except as per Note 5
1 Runway 16 Runway 27
ML 1 DME NORTH of airport, turn RIGHT track 050^. S36 51.2 E145 44.3 See also Note 6
Intercept ML R-030. Track to SBG, thence as cleared. 2 Runway 27 Runway 27 & 34 See Note 2 & 5
3 Runway 27 Runway 27
Direct distance from Melbourne Intl to: 57 4 Runway 34 or 16 Runway 34 or 16
SBG NDB 65 NM 5 Runway 09 Runway 09 See Note 3
036^ ^ Notes:
LYNCH
D10 ML
060 0^ 1. Runway 16 take-off permitted forsouth and east boundroutes, subject to traffic
S37 29.7 E144 52.5 by:
03
10 DM
AT OR ABOVE E i. propeller-driven aircraft, the noise emissions from which do not exceed
9000' 90EPNdB (eg: DHC8, SF34); or
^

ii. jet aircraft up to B737/A320 size, but only when there is a significant ground
356^

030

delay for a departure from RWY 27.


^ 2. Runway 34 landing is permitted, subject to traffic, for arrivals via the PORTS
050 STAR through south-west to the WENDY STAR.
NOT TO SCALE TURN RIGHT
After passing
3. Runway 09 is equal first priority for landing but lowest priority for take-off.
1500' AND beyond Ad-hoc landings on runway 09 may be available when suitable with overall
ML 1 DME traffic management.
E NORTH of airport
DM 4. High capacity modes may be used during peak arrival periods when significant
0^

airborne delays would otherwise occur.


34 0^
03

5. Night jet departures:When there are jet departures requiring the longer runway
263^ Melbourne for take-off, priority 2 mode may be nominated by ATC instead of priority 1.
Intl
6. Runway 34 landing is permitted, subject to traffic, for arrivals via the WENDY
STAR.
PASSING D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML 1.2 - Between the hours of 2300 and 0600 local, jet aircraft departing runway 16 must
1 60^

1500'
use the full runway length.
5D

S37 39.6 E144 50.5


TURN RIGHT 1.3 - Jet Noise abatement climb procedures apply for runways 16 and 09.
ME

After passing
6000'
AND beyond
ML 5 DME 29
5^ AT
1300'

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YMML/MEL +JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA 25 JAN 08 20-8
7 MAR 08 MELBOURNE INTL
.EFF.13.Mar. 20-4A MELBOURNE INTL
MELBOURNE AIRPORT TAXIWAY CENTRELINE LIGHTING UPGRADE
NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES
METHOD OF WORKING PLAN: YMML 2007/4
2 - PREFERRED FLIGHT PATHS
1. IMPORTANT DATES
2.1 - The minimum height over densely populated areas is: Date Works Complete: August 2008.
-Jet aircraft 5000FT AGL;
2. WORK INFORMATION
-Non-jet aircraft 3000FT AGL; 2.1 Project Commencement
except where impractical in the normal course of operation to and from the airport The project is expected to take approximately eight months to complete.
runways. The actual date and time of commencement of the work will be notified by an
Operations Advice and NOTAM which will be issued one week before the
2.2 - ATC shall normally process IFR departing aircraft via Standard Instrument commencement of works.
Departures. When a departing aircraft is not following a procedural SID, ATC 2.2 Hours of Works
shall process the aircraft via flight paths that approximate relevant SID tracks,
The works will be conducted Monday to Saturday between the hours of 06:30 and
17:00 (local time) for day work and 22:00 to 06:00 (local time) for any night works.
where possible, and in compliance with paragraph 2.1. Please note that during some of the night work stages, the hours of works at
2.3 - IFR arriving aircraft must be processed via STAR tracks (where available),
night may change due to airline/aircraft/bay operational requirements.
although aircraft may be radar vectored from STAR down-wind or base leg 3. RESTRICTIONS TO AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS
to final approach. Otherwise, STAR tracking may only be varied if essential for 3.1 Operational Restrictions
sequencing or separation. Non-STAR tracking must comply with paragraph 2.1. Stage 1: Taxiways (Diagram 1)
Taxiway Bravo, Taxiway Charlie and Taxiway Alpha (north of Runway 09/27)
2.4 - When Rwy 16 is in use: will be closed.
Works on this stage will not be conducted when the prevailing wind conditions
Aircraft for left base will be tracked via: dictate the essential use of Runway 16.
i. STAR track via BOL NDB; or
Stage 2: Taxiways (Diagram 2)
Taxiway Echo (west of Runway 16/34), Taxiway November and Taxiway Mike
ii. Visual track for left base to ROC NDB; provided that will be closed.
Works on this stage will not be conducted when the prevailing wind conditions
(a) Aircraft must not be track shortened prior to HORUS waypoint (20 ML) dictate the essential use of Runway 09/27.
from the LIZZI STAR or VALES waypoint (30 ML) from the BOYSE STAR; or Stage 3: Taxiways (Diagram 3)
(b) If separation requires aircraft to be positioned north of the STAR base Taxiway Kilo, Taxiway Alpha (between Juliet and Taxiway Whiskey) and
Taxiway Whiskey (west of Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
leg, ATC should route aircraft clear of Wallan Township. If avoidance of Aircraft engine ground running within the Taxiway Kilo Run Up Bay will not
Wallan is not possible, then overflight by jet aircraft should be at or be available.
above 6000FT MSL whenever practicable. Works on this stage will not be conducted when the prevailing wind conditions
dictate the essential use of Runway 34.
2.5 - When Rwy 34 is in use: Stage 4: Taxiways (Diagram 4)
Taxiway Alpha (between Taxiway Whiskey and Taxiway Yankee) and Taxiway
(1) Aircraft for right base: Juliet (between Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
i. Must follow STAR track via Essendon Airport; or Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Point J1 will not be available.
ii. If separation requires, may be RADAR VECTORED south of Essendon Airport Compass Swing Bay on Taxiway Alpha will not be available.
to intercept runway centerline. Due to the impact on aircraft operations using Runway 34 for taxiway intersection
departures, works on this stage will only be conducted after 09:30 local time or
(2) Aircraft for straight-in approach or left base: in consultation with Air Traffic Control (ATC).
Works on this stage will not be conducted when the prevailing wind conditions
i. Must follow the applicable STAR; or dictate the essential use of Runway 16.
ii. Between 0600 and 2300 local only, may be RADAR VECTORED to be
Stage 5: Taxiways (Diagram 5)
Taxiway Juliet (east of Taxiway Alpha) and Taxiway Sierra (between Taxiway
established on runway centerline not closer than 5 DME ML (3.5 NM Whiskey and Taxiway Yankee) will be closed.
from touchdown). Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Points S11, S12, S13 and J1 will not be available.
2.6 - Between the hours of 2300 and 0600 local, aircraft from the south-east must not Aircraft for Bays Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 (including secondaries) must enter and
proceed west of the Wonthaggi - MONTY track until MONTY, except that aircraft depart via Taxiway Yankee.
requiring to land on Runway 34 may proceed via the PORTS STAR for straight-in Stage 6: Taxiways (Diagram 6)
Taxiway Yankee (east of Taxiway Alpha) and Taxiway Sierra (between Taxiway
approach. Golf and Taxiway Juliet) will be closed.
3 - TRAINING FLIGHTS Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Points Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4, S9 and S10 will not be available.
a. All aircraft planning practice instrument approaches, available 2000-1300 UTC, The Helicopter Aim Point on Taxiway Yankee not available.
or airwork within the Melbourne Terminal Airspace require prior ATC approval. Due to the impact on the Southern Foxtrot and Golf Bays, this stage of
works should be conducted at night.
Pilots must contact the Melbourne Traffic Manager on 03 9235 7337 to book a Aircraft for Bays Foxtrot 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 (including secondaries) and Bays Golf
time slot. For arriving aircraft, a request must be made to Melbourne Center by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 (including secondaries) must enter and depart via Taxiway Juliet.
120 NM from Melbourne or on first contact for aircraft entering CTA within 120 Stage 7: Taxiways (Diagram 7)
NM.
Taxiway Sierra (between Taxiway Uniform and Taxiway Yankee) and Taxiway Golf
(east of Taxiway Alpha) will be closed.
b. Training circuits are not permitted. Please note: due to the intersection of Taxiway Sierra and Taxiway Golf being
closed, aircraft arrivals and departures for Bays Echo 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and Bays
Foxtrot 11, 13, 15, 17 and 19 will not be available.
This stage of the works must be conducted at night with consultation with Virgin
Airlines Movement Control Center and the Airport Coordination Center (ACC).
Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Points S7, S8, S9, S10, G1, G2, G3, G4, G6 and G7 will not
be available.

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YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
25 JAN 08 20-8A MELBOURNE INTL 25 JAN 08 20-8B MELBOURNE INTL
Stage 8: Taxiways (Diagram 8)
Taxiway Alpha (between Runway 09/27 and Taxiway Tango), Taxiway Echo (between
Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Sierra) and Taxiway Foxtrot (north of Taxiway Tango)
DIAGRAM 1 B
will be closed. Stage 1
Works on this stage will not be conducted when the prevailing wind conditions
dictate the essential use of Runway 16 or Runway 09/27.
Due to the impact on aircraft operations this stage should be conducted at night. A
Stage 9: Taxiways (Diagram 9)
Taxiway Echo (between Taxiway Alpha and Taxiway Papa) and Taxiway Sierra C
(between Taxiway Echo and Taxiway Tango) will be closed.

Runway 16-34
Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Point E1 will not be available.
Stage 10: Taxiways (Diagram 10) WORKS AREA
Taxiway Papa (between Runway 09/27 and Taxiway Tango) and Taxiway Echo UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS
(between Taxiway Sierra and Taxiway Quebec) will be closed.
Aircraft Pushback AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
Tow Bar Disconnect Points P1, E1 and E2 will not be available.
Works on this stage will not be conducted when the prevailing wind conditions
dictate the essential use of Runway 09/27.
Stage 11: Taxiways (Diagram 11)
Taxiway Quebec (between Runway 09/27 and Taxiway Tango) and Taxiway Echo
(between Taxiway Papa and Taxiway Romeo) will be closed. Runw
Aircraft Pushback a y 09
-27
Tow Bar Disconnect Points E2 and E4 will not be available.
Helicopter Aim Point
Helicopter Aim Point on Taxiway Echo not available.
A
Stage 12: Taxiways (Diagram 12)
Taxiway Romeo and Taxiway Echo (east of Taxiway Quebec) and Taxiway Tango
(between Taxiway Romeo and Taxiway Quebec) will be closed.
Aircraft Pushback DIAGRAM 2
Tow Bar Disconnect Points E4, T0, T10, R2, R3, R4, R5 and R6 will not be available.

Runw
Helicopter Aim Point Stage 2
Helicopter Aim Point on Taxiway Echo not available.

a
y 16
Please note: due to the intersection of Taxiway Romeo and Taxiway Tango Runway 09-27
closed, aircraft arrivals and departures for Bays Bravo 21, 23, 25 and 27

-34
(including secondaries) will not be available.
This stage of the works must be conducted at night with consultation with
Qantas Movement Control Center. N
M
Stage 13: Taxiways (Diagram 13)
Taxiway Quebec (south of Taxiway Echo) and Taxiway Tango (east of Bay
(Charlie 11 and west of Taxiway Romeo) will be closed.
Please note: due to the intersection of Taxiway Quebec and Taxiway Tango closed, E
E E
aircraft arrivals and departures for Bays Bravo 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 (including
secondaries) and Bays Charlie C1, C3, C7, C9 and C11 will not be available. WORKS AREA
This stage of the works must be conducted at night with consultation with
Qantas Movement Control Center. UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS
Aircraft Pushback
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
Tow Bar Disconnect Points T0, T10, T1, T2, Q2, Q3, Q4 and Q5 will not be available.
Stage 14: Taxiways (Diagram 14)
Taxiway Papa (south of Taxiway Echo) and Taxiway Tango (east of Bay Delta 7
and west of Bay Charlie 12) will be closed.
Please note: due to the intersection of Taxiway Papa and Taxiway Tango closed, DIAGRAM 3 A S
aircraft arrivals and departures for Bays Charlie 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and Stage 3
Bays Delta 1, 3, 5 and 7 will not be available.
This stage of the works must be conducted at night with consultation with the
Airport Coordination Center (ACC) and the Qantas Movement Control Center. J J J
Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Points P2, P3, P4, P5, P6 and P7 will not be available.
Stage 15: Taxiways (Diagram 15)
Taxiway Tango (between Taxiway Papa and Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
Please note: due to Taxiway Tango between Taxiway Papa and Taxiway Sierra
closed, aircraft arrivals and departures for Bays Delta 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15
(including secondaries) will not be available.

Runway 16-34
This stage of the works must be conducted at night with consultation with the
Airport Coordination Center (ACC).
Aircraft Pushback A S
Tow Bar Disconnect Points T3, T4, T5, T6 and T7 will not be available.
Stage 16: Taxiways (Diagram 16)
Taxiway Tango (west of Bay Delta 11 and east of Taxiway Alpha) and Taxiway
Sierra (south of Taxiway Echo and north of Bay Delta 12) will be closed.
Please note: due to the Intersection of Taxiway Tango and Taxiway Sierra WORKS AREA
closed, aircraft arrivals and departures for Bays Delta 7, 9, 11, 12, 13 and 15 W
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS K
(including secondaries) must enter Taxiway Tango from the east. W
Aircraft for Bays Delta 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 must enter Taxiway Sierra from the south.
This stage of the works must be conducted at night with consultation with the AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
Airport Coordination Center (ACC). W1
Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Points S1 and T8 will not be available.
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25 JAN 08 20-8C MELBOURNE INTL 25 JAN 08 20-8D MELBOURNE INTL

DIAGRAM 4 Y DIAGRAM 7
Stage 4 Y Stage 7
A S
A S U

Runway 16-34
J J J

G S

Runway 16-34
E10 E8 E6 E4 E2
G

A S
F11
F13
F19 F17 F15
WORKS AREA
K W S
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS W A

AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS

DIAGRAM 5 Y
Y Y
Stage 5 G1
Y WORKS AREA
G2
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS S
A G3
S
G4 AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
G5
Runway 16-34

G6A
J J J
G6
DIAGRAM 8
Stage 8 Runw A
a y 09-
27

WORKS AREA A S
A

Runway 16-34
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS E
WORKS AREA
E
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS
E
K W AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
W
F
A S

F
T T
U
S
DIAGRAM 6 A
Stage 6
G
G DIAGRAM 9 A
Stage 9 Runw
ay 09-2
7

A S F22 F20 F12


F16
WORKS AREA
F18
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS G1
A
Runway 16-34

Y E

Runway 16-34
Y Q
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS G2
P
E
S G3
E E
G4 WORKS AREA
G5 F
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS
G6A S P
J J J T
G6 A
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
T
F
T T
A S
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25 JAN 08 20-8E MELBOURNE INTL 25 JAN 08 20-8F MELBOURNE INTL

A Runw
DIAGRAM 10 DIAGRAM 13 a y 09
-27
Stage 10 Stage 13
Runway 09-27

A P Q

P
E
Q
E
E E Q E E
T R
F P T
S
A T E

T WORKS AREA P
T
T Q
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS
T T R
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
C11

B30
C9
DIAGRAM 11 B28
Stage 11 Runway 09-27 C7
WORKS AREA B26

UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS


B24
WORKS AREA C3
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
Q
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS P B22
C1
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
E

E
E

Q R
P T
T
DIAGRAM 14 Runw
Stage 14 ay 09-2
7
T

DIAGRAM 12 Q
P
Stage 12
P E E
Q

E
E
P T
S Q

T T
C12
E
P
T C10
Q
T
T R
C8

S
C6
D7
B27 D5
C4
B25
D3 C2

B23 D1
WORKS AREA WORKS AREA

UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS


B21
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS

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25 JAN 08 20-8G MELBOURNE INTL 25 JAN 08 20-8J MELBOURNE INTL

DIAGRAM 15 MELBOURNE AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION OF TAXIWAY VICTOR


Stage 15
METHOD OF WORKING PLAN: YMML 2007/3
1. IMPORTANT DATES
P
The Date Works Complete: April 2008.
A
2. WORK INFORMATION
2.1. DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK
E The works will comprise of construction of a new high strength concrete pavement
E E Taxiway Victor, extension of Taxiway Uniform, widening of a section of Taxiway
Tango, taxiway lighting upgrade, electrical, drainage and line marking works.
2.2. PROJECT COMMENCEMENT
The project is expected to be complete April 2008.
D13 D15 P T The actual date and time of commencement of the work will be notified by an
S
A Operations Advice and NOTAM which will be issued one week before the
T commencement of works.
T T
2.3. HOURS OF WORKS
The works will be conducted Monday to Saturday between the hours of 06:30 and
17:00 (local time) for day work and 22:00 to 06:00 (local time) for any night works.
During day stages 3, 4, 6, 6B, 7, 8 and 8B when these operational areas are closed,
S
24 hour access for works is available.
D9
Please note that during some of the night work stages, the hours of works at night
D11 D7 may change due to airline/aircraft/bay requirements.
A 3. RESTRICTIONS TO AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS
3.1. OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS
Stage 3: Taxiways
Taxiway Alpha (between Taxiway Uniform and Taxiway Yankee) and Taxiway
Golf (between Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
Aircraft Pushback
WORKS AREA Tow Bar Disconnect Point G1, G2, A2, A3 and A4 will not be available.
Stage 4: There is nil operational restriction during this stage of works.
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS Stage 6: Taxiways
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
Taxiway Alpha (between Taxiway Uniform and Taxiway Echo) and Taxiway
Tango (between Taxiway Foxtrot and Taxiway Sierra) and Taxiway Foxtrot
(between Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Echo) will be closed.
Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Point A1 and T8 will not be available.
Stage 6A: Taxiways
DIAGRAM 16 Taxiway Alpha (between Taxiway Uniform and Taxiway Echo), Taxiway
Tango (between Taxiway Foxtrot and Taxiway Sierra), Taxiway Foxtrot
Stage 16 (between Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Echo) and Taxiway Echo (between
A
P Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Alpha) will be closed.
Aircraft Pushback
E Tow Bar Disconnect Point A1 and T8 will not be available.
E Stage 6B: Taxiways
E Taxiway Foxtrot (between Runway 16/34 and Taxiway Echo) and Taxiway
Tango (west of Taxiway Alpha) will not be available.
Stage 7: Taxiways
Taxiway Alpha (between Taxiway Uniform and Taxiway Echo) and Taxiway
S P T Tango (between Taxiway Foxtrot and Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
A D13 D15
F Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Point A1 and T8 will not be available.
T T T Stage 8: Taxiways
Taxiway Tango (between Taxiway Alpha and Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Point T8 will not be available.
Stage 8A: Taxiways
Taxiway Tango (between Taxiway Alpha and Taxiway Sierra) and Taxiway
S D11 D9 Sierra (between Taxiway Echo and north of Bay Delta 10) will be closed.
D7 Aircraft Pushback
D12
A Tow Bar Disconnect Point S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, T7 and T8 will not be available.
D10
Bay closures
D16 Due to the intersection of Taxiway Tango and Taxiway Sierra being closed
D8 to aircraft operations, Bays Delta 12 and Delta 11B will not be available.
D14
Aircraft for Bays Delta 14,16, 8 and 10 must enter Taxiway Sierra from the
south.
Aircraft for Bays Delta 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 must enter Taxiway Tango from
the east.
Stage 8B: Taxiways
U
WORKS AREA Taxiway Tango (between Taxiway Alpha and Taxiway Sierra) and Taxiway
Sierra (between Taxiway Echo and Taxiway Tango) will be closed.
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS Aircraft Pushback
Tow Bar Disconnect Point S1 and T8 will not be available.
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS Stage 9: Taxiways
Taxiway Echo (between Taxiway Alpha and Taxiway Sierra) will be closed.
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25 JAN 08 20-8K MELBOURNE INTL 25 JAN 08 20-8L MELBOURNE INTL

STAGE 3 STAGE 6 A
(Day) (Day)
Priority- Open Twy Golf Priority- Open Twy Foxtrot E
G
U

Runway 16-34
Runway 16-34
A S
F A S
G T
T

F
S
WORKS AREA WORKS AREA
A
A S
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS

AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS


G
Visibility less than 2000m Visibility less than 2000m
WORKS LIMIT LINE WORKS LIMIT LINE U
Y

STAGE 6A
(Night) E A
Priority- Open Twy Foxtrot

STAGE 4
F

Runway 16-34
(Day) T T A
F S

T T

A S
F F

S
A WORKS AREA A

UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS

U AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS


G U
G
STAGE 6B
Runway 16-34

A S (Day)
E A

Runway 16-34
F S

A S
T T

WORKS AREA

Visibility less than 2000m S


F
WORKS LIMIT LINE WORKS AREA
Y
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS

AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS

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25 JAN 08 20-8M MELBOURNE INTL 25 JAN 08 20-8N MELBOURNE INTL

STAGE 7 E
STAGE 8B A
(Day) (Day)
E

Runway 16-34
F S
A

T T

Runway 16-34
S A
F F S

T T
A

WORKS AREA

UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS

AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS


G U F

S
WORKS AREA
A
STAGE 8 UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS
(Day)
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS

S
F STAGE 9
Runway 16-34

A
(Night)
A
T T

WORKS AREA
E
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS

AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS


S
F

Runway 16-34
A

S
STAGE 8A E

(Night) F

S T T
F A

T T
T

F
WORKS AREA WORKS AREA
UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS UNSERVICEABILITY CONES/ RED LIGHTS A S
AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS S AREA CLOSED TO OPERATIONS
D10

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MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
Apt Elev 434' 7 MAR 08 20-9 .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE INTL
7 MAR 08 20-9A .Eff.13.Mar. MELBOURNE INTL
S37 40.4 E144 50.6
ATIS MELBOURNE Clearance Ground Tower MELBOURNE Departure (R) GENERAL
North South CAUTION: Birds in vicinity of airport.
114.1 132.7 127.2 121.7 120.5 118.9 129.4 WARNING: Secondary airport Melbourne/Essendon 5 NM South-East.
Start clearance is required for aircraft departing Melbourne for Essendon or Moorabbin.
144-49 144-50 144-51
1. Pilots of B747 aircraft are to exercise caution 3. Pilots of B777-300, A340-600, A340-500,
when applying power on outboard engines while and type aircraft should exercise ADDITIONAL RUNWAY INFORMATION
taxiing to prevent erosion of TWY shoulders. caution during turns as normal USABLE LENGTHS
2. Aircraft operations between International and clearance to taxiway edge may not be LANDING BEYOND
Glide LAHSO TAKE-
Domestic terminal piers are subject to the available. Contact Airport Operations RWY Threshold Slope Distance OFF WIDTH
following limitations: for details of preferred taxi routes.
a) Engine starts using more than idle power 4. Taxi guidance for all aircraft will be 09 2 MIRL PAPI (angle 3.0^, MEHT 74')
148'
are prohibited. referenced to Movement Area Guidance 1 45m
b) Aircraft taxiing to the terminal must use Signs placed on most taxiway/runway 6417'
27 HIRL CL HIALS TDZ PAPI (angle 3.0^, MEHT 74')
no more than idle power. If code D/E intersections. 1956m
aircraft is stopped prior to docking, 5. International Concourse Delta, when
docking must be completed under tow. Nose-In Guidance system is switched
1 Grooved. Standby power available for all lights.
c) Code D and E aircraft operating from off, the screen reads "STOP STOP". 2 Runway lights may be partially obscured when on downwind leg for Runway 09.
International Bay D1-D6 inclusive and This will remain illuminated until the 10,821'
Southern Terminal Bay E1 must only Nose-In Guidance system is switched on. 16 HIRL CL HIALS TDZ PAPI (angle 3.0^, MEHT 74')
3298m 197'
start one engine before pushback. 6. Pilots of A380 aircraft are to use the 3 60m
8654'
No other engine is to be started following taxiways only: 34 HIRL 4 SFL CL PAPI (angle 3.0^, MEHT 74') 09/27
2638m
until the aircraft has passed -Taxiway Alpha (Full length)
the end of the terminal pier. -Taxiway Juliet (Full length) 3 Grooved. Standby power available for all lights.
-Taxiway Bravo between Rwy 16/34 4 3 sequenced lead-in strobe lights.
and taxiway Alpha
37-39 37-39
-Taxiway Echo between Rwy 16/34
Elev 432' and taxiway Sierra
579' 11660^ -Taxiway Kilo between Rwy 16/34
and taxiway Alpha
B -Taxiway Tango between taxiway Alpha
A
and taxiway Papa
197' 60m Stopway
-Taxiway Sierra between taxiway Echo
C and taxiway Tango

197' 60m
Stopway FOR PARKING
Elev 395' 197' 60m
A Stopway
POSITIONS
VOR SEE CHART
09
083^
7500' 2286m Elev 407' 27
263^
20-9B
M N
E A P Q
LAHSO

E E E E E
Q TAKE-OFF
BEWARE RWY P T R
T
INCURSION F
S All Rwys
T
Twy F not available for aircraft above 37-40 STANDARD
11,998'

12,566 lbs (5700 kg) landing on Rwy 16. T T S With RL & either CL or RCLM Other
F
Control Tower
QANTAS
TERMINAL
1 Eng 300'- 2 km
514' S Single pilot acft without auto-feathering.
A U INTL 2, 3 & Acft not above 5700 kg & not capable of Engine out climb gradient of 1.9%.
G TERMINAL 4 Eng
Twy G not available for aircraft above PIER E 300'- 2 km
3657m

12,566 lbs (5700 kg) landing on Rwy 34.


G- PIER F
SOUTH 2, 3 &
ARP S TERMINAL 4 Eng 500m 800m
Twy S between Twys T & U is designated Y PATRICK AIR SERVICES
apron TWY. Pilots must exercise extreme Y
caution when taxiing through the area. A AUSTRALIAN
S AIR EXPRESS
J (INTERNATIONAL)
J
J
QANTAS
FREIGHT
MENZIES CARGO FOR FILING AS ALTERNATE
S Special
Other
A SOUTHERN 1 ILS Rwy 16 VOR Rwy 09 VOR Rwy 34
FREIGHT VOR Rwy 27
11^E

ILS Rwy 27
37-41 W APRON 37-41
W A
K W1 W2 1206'- 4.4 km
197' 60m Stopway W3 W4 B
700'-2.5 km 700'-3.0 km
Feet 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 33440^ Elev 330' C 1516'- 6.0 km
Meters 0 500 1000 1500 D 1666'- 7.0 km
MAINTENANCE AREA
144-49 144-50 144-51 1 LOC DME Rwy 16 not applicable.

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9 MAR 07 20-9B .Eff.15.Mar. MELBOURNE INTL MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
YMML/MEL 23 SEP 05
JEPPESEN
20-9D MELBOURNE INTL
Aircraft departing bays D7 and D9 are to push tail west and pull
E144-50.8 E144-50.9
forward to disconnect point T4. Port engine only - not above idle
until at the disconnect point. Aircraft departing bay D16 to push S37-40.3 S37-40.3
VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS
tail north and pull forward to disconnect point S6.
ACFT OPS on Southern apron departing bays G1A or G5A E Visual Docking Guidance Systems used in Australia are Nose-In-Guidance (NIG)
E not above idle due to blast on adjacent areas. systems which provide both azimuth and stopping information for specific aircraft
R SOUTH TERMINAL
P Q PIER F types.
S37-39.9 T T S37-39.9
D15 QANTAS PATRICK The first NIG system contains five elements whose location is shown in Figure 1.
D13 QANTAS
PIER C PIER B AIR SERVICES Position Identification Light
T C12 C11 S37-40.4 S37-40.4 Aerobridge Retracted Indicator
B30 B27
T C9 Centerline Guidance Light
S37-40 C10 B28 B25 S37-40
INTERNATIONAL C7 G1 Side Marker Board
PIER D C8 B26 B23 Side Marker Light
S Y
D11 D9 D7 C6 C3 B24 B21
D12 D5 C4 B22 AUSTRALIAN G2
C1 AIR EXPRESS
D10 D3 C2 (INTL)
D16 28
D8 D1 Side Marker Light Upper
Position
D14 D6 D4 SOUTHERN
G3
Identification Light
(International) Centerline
747 Guidance Light
D2 FREIGHT
SOUTH TERMINAL APRON
PIER E G4
S37-40.2 S37-40.2 QANTAS
E5 E3 E1
U E9 E7 FREIGHT G5 Side Marker Board (Intl) Lower
S37-40.6 or Centerline
E10 E8 E6 E4 E2 S
G6A Side Marker Light (Dom) Guidance Light

SOUTH TERMINAL G6
F11 Aerobridge Retracted
G-PIER E
PIER F Code E aircraft (B747) for S37-40.3 J
F13 Indicator Lights
bay F12 must shut down on
G-PIER F F17 F15 Twy to be towed onto bay.
Pilots of A340-600 and
F19 A380-800 aircraft taxiing for
S F18 F16F12 Southern Apron bays G5 and Nose Wheel Guide Lines
F22 F20 S37-40.4 G6 must enter and exit the
S37-40.4
Southern Apron via Twy J.
E144-50.7 E144-50.8 E144-51 E144-51.1 E144-51.2 Figure 1 - Visual Docking Guidance System
E144-50.8 E144-50.9
PARKING BAY COORDINATES Aircraft should use the following elements for docking:
BAY No. COORDINATES ELEV BAY No. COORDINATES ELEV
AIRCRAFT TYPES CENTERLINE LIGHT STOP
QANTAS PIER B SOUTH TERMINAL PIER E
B21, B22 S37 40.1 E144 51.1 E1, E2 S37 40.2 E144 50.9 DOMESTIC Centerline Guidance Light Side Marker Light
B23 thru B30 S37 40.0 E144 51.1 E3 thru E8 S37 40.2 E144 50.8
All types
E9, E10 S37 40.2 E144 50.7 INTERNATIONAL Lower Centerline Guidance
QANTAS PIER C All types except wide body Light Side Marker Board
C1 thru C4 S37 40.1 E144 51.0 SOUTH TERMINAL PIER F
C6 thru C9 S37 40.0 E144 51.0 F11 thru F13 S37 40.3 E144 50.9 INTERNATIONAL Intermediate Centerline
C10 S37 40.0 E144 50.9 F15 S37 40.3 E144 50.8 DC-10, B-767, L-1011, Guidance Light Side Marker Board
C11 S37 40.0 E144 51.0 F16 S37 40.3 E144 50.9 A300B
C12 S37 40.0 E144 50.9 F17, F18 S37 40.3 E144 50.8 INTERNATIONAL Upper Centerline Guidance
F19 S37 40.3 E144 50.7 B-747 Light Side Marker Light
INTERNATIONAL PIER D
D1 S37 40.2 E144 50.9 387' F20 S37 40.3 E144 50.8
F22 S37 40.3 E144 50.7 NOTES:
D2 S37 40.2 E144 50.9 385' 1. Some International docking positions are not equipped for wide body aircraft
D3 S37 40.1 E144 50.8 387' SOUTHERN FREIGHT APRON and hence only the Lower Centerline Guidance light is provided.
D4 S37 40.2 E144 50.8 385' G1, G2 S37 40.5 E144 50.9 375' 2. Heights of the Centerline Guidance Lights are:
D5 S37 40.1 E144 50.8 389' G3 S37 40.5 E144 50.9 373' a. Lower: up to 5m
D6 S37 40.2 E144 50.7 384' G4 S37 40.6 E144 50.9 370' b. Intermediate: 5 to 7.5m
D7 S37 40.0 E144 50.8 389' G5 S37 40.6 E144 50.9 368' c. Upper: above 7.5m
D8 S37 40.2 E144 50.7 386' G6 S37 40.7 E144 50.9 365'
D9 S37 40.1 E144 50.8 387' G6A S37 40.7 E144 50.8 369'
D10 S37 40.1 E144 50.7 386'
D11 S37 40.1 E144 50.7 385'
D12 S37 40.1 E144 50.7 384'
D13 S37 39.9 E144 50.7 395'
D14 S37 40.2 E144 50.6 378'
D15 S37 39.9 E144 50.7 392'
D16 S37 40.2 E144 50.6 379'

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YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL 23 SEP 05 20-9F
MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
23 SEP 05 20-9E MELBOURNE INTL MELBOURNE INTL
VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS
AIRCRAFT POSITIONING AND INFORMATION SYSTEM (APIS)
The following is a brief description of the system:
The third system operating in Australia is installed on International Terminal bays at
c. The Position Identification Light indicates the number of the docking position Melbourne Airport. The APIS is based on a centerline guidance sub-display. The steer-
and is white numerals on a black background outlined in green neon tubing at ing and stop indication is provided from a display unit mounted on a pole in front of the
night. cockpit in line with the left hand pilot seat. The parking bay position identification is
mounted on top of the guidance pole.
d. The Aerobridge Retracted Indicator consists of two lights. The green light in- On approach to the parking position, the pilot will see the display box face showing
dicates the Aerobridge is in the fully retracted position. The red light indicates two rows of yellow alpha-numeric characters on a black background across the top, an
that the Aerobridge is not fully retracted or that an element of the visual guid- illuminated closing rate 'thermometer' at lower left, and an illuminated azimuth guid-
ance docking system is unserviceable. ance display at lower right. The alpha-numeric characters on the top row should be
flashing.
e. The Centerline Guidance Light provides azimuth information and is aligned with
the left pilot position. The unit emits RED/GREEN light beams and the signals The following is the sequence of APIS operation from initial approach to STOP:
are interpreted as follows: a. Identify the correct aircraft parking bay position.
RED/GREEN: Aircraft is to the left of the centerline b. Ensure that the aerobridge retraction light indicates green.
GREEN/GREEN: Aircraft is on the centerline c. Follow the taxi-in line and watch the centerline beacon.
GREEN/RED: Aircraft is to the right of the centerline d. Check that the correct aircraft type is flashing and that the door number is shown
f. The slats on the side Marker Board indicate the stopping position for each type (where applicable).
of aircraft. Approaching the position the slat will show GREEN, at the stopping e. About 20m before STOP, the aircraft type display goes steady and the door number
position the slat will show BLACK and beyond that position RED. disappears.
f. Follow the azimuth guidance display. The black arrow heads indicate which direc-
g. There are two Side Marker Light systems that indicate the stopping position. tion to steer for the centerline. When the aircraft is properly aligned in azimuth,
DOMESTIC (ALL TYPES) the black vertical bar will be displayed.
g. The full closing rate 'thermometer' indicates at least 13m to STOP.
a. Approaching the position a preliminary dull GREEN light will show through the
arrow-shaped aperture which also exhibits a cross bar. h. When the aircraft reaches 13m to STOP, the 'thermometer' bar lights begin to move
from the bottom to the top.
b. As the aircraft moves forward the intensity of the green light increases until it i. The deletion of each 'thermometer' bar indicates about one-half meter progression.
becomes a bright "arrow-head T" shape which is the DC9 stopping point.
j. When the STOP position is reached, all the closing rate 'thermometer' lights extin-
c. As the aircraft continues the bar of the stop signal disappears and the arrow- guish and the lower display indicates STOP. If the aircraft is correctly parked, the
head starts to reduce in size. top display indicates OK.
k. If the aircraft overshoots the limit for correct parking, the top display indicates
d. When the arrow-head disappears two white bars appear one above the other TOO FAR (alternating TOO then FAR).
indicating the stopping position. In some installations two sets of bars are
provided one for the B727 the other for the B737. l. The entire display automatically shuts down after some seconds.
NOTE: When the last row of lights of the closing rate 'thermometer ' is extin-
e. If the stopping position is passed then a single RED bar appears. guished and the word STOP is displayed, the aircraft should be at a standstill.

DULL INTENSE GREEN GREEN WHITE RED


GREEN GREEN DC9 STOP B727/737 WHITE
STOP B727 & B737 STOP

Figure 2 - Side Marker Lights (Domestic)


International (For B747 Aircraft only) This is the same as the domestic system
described above except that there is only one set of white bars and no bar around
the arrow-head.

DULL GREEN INTENSE GREEN WHITE RED


GREEN

Figure 3 - Side Marker Light (International) (B747 only)

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MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA 7 MAR 08 21-1 .Eff.13.Mar. ILS Y or LOC Y Rwy 16
YMML/MEL JEPPESEN
23 SEP 05 20-9G MELBOURNE INTL
MELBOURNE INTL
ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground

VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS 114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7

TM
LOC Final GS ILS
Apt Elev 434'

BRIEFING STRIP
Figure 4 - APIS Diagram IMS Apch Crs LOM DA(H) 4500'
109.7 160^ 1670' (1238') 640' (208') Rwy 16 432' 080^ 260^
alternates
MISSED APCH: Track 160^. Climb to 3000' or as directed by ATC. 3700'
Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 16 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000'
a
MSA ML VOR
1. ML DME REQUIRED (LOC only). 2. GPS permitted in lieu of DME. Reference waypoint 3300'
ML VOR. within 10 NM
2 1 LIMITS: 1 min or D17.0, first reached
b 230
^ from

1 4000
(IAF) STAR
2

160^
BOL

340^
BOLINDA from
^ 362 BOL STAR
050
1391'
D12.0 ML

340^
c

1 60^
BOL NDB HOLDING

37-30
2 Aircraft may be RADAR vectored
laser sensor to FAF or join procedure off STAR
1223' prior to FAF.

352^
2102'
D8.0

IMS
steer on line steer ILS DME ML
left
d
right
1643' 160^ 109.7 IMS
a. Display: ACFT type, OK or TOO/FAR. D6.0 1039'
1591' ML
1059'
b. Display: Door Number or STOP.
c. Centerline Beacon: Steering guidance.
d. 'Thermometer': Closing rate indication - stopping guidance.
ROC ROCKDALE
338 ROC
D4.2 ML
935'

896'

NOTE: The lettering is yellow on a black background. The 'thermometer' is yellow MM


and goes black from bottom to top. The centerline beacon is a central black band D1.0 ML
surrounded by yellow.
37-40
D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML

160^
144-40 145-00
LOC ML DME 11.5 10.0 9.0 8.4 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.2 3.0 2.5 2.0
(GS out) ALTITUDE 4000' 3520' 3200' 3000' 2880' 2560' 2250' 1930' 1670' 1290' 1140' 970'

3000'
BOL NDB
D12.0 ML 4000'
D8.0
ML
1 60^
D6.0
ML
GS 2250' D4.2 ML
GS 1670'
M
LOM
C
MM
from D1.0 ML
STAR
2400'
2100' 1670' TCH 50'
4.0 2.0 1.8 3.2 0.5 RWY 16 432'
Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160 PAPI
GS 3.00^ 377 484 538 646 753 861
HIALS 3000'
160^
MAP at MM
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY16 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
ILS LOC (GS out) DME
DA(H) 640' (208') MDA(H) 1140' (708') Max
FULL HIRL out HIALS out HIALS out Kts MDA(H)
A 100

B 135
1140'(706') -2.4 km

0.8 km 1.2 km 1.5 km 3.0 km 3.9 km 1450'(1016')-4.0 km


PANS OPS 4

C 180

D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km

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YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE INTL 7 MAR 08 21-2 .Eff.13.Mar. ILS Z or LOC Z Rwy 16 7 MAR 08 21-3 .Eff.13.Mar.
ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground
MELBOURNE INTL ILS or LOC Rwy 27
ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground

114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7


114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7
TM

TM
LOC Final GS ILS
Apt Elev 434' LOC Final GS ILS
BRIEFING STRIP

434'

BRIEFING STRIP
IMS Apch Crs LOM DA(H) 4500' Apt Elev
IMW Apch Crs OM DA(H) 4500'
109.7 160^ 1680' (1248') 640' (208') Rwy 16 432' 080^ 260^ 109.3 263^ 1670' (1263') 610' (203') Rwy 27 407' 080^ 260^
MISSED APCH: Track 160^. Climb to 3000' or as directed by ATC. 3700'
MISSED APCH: Track 263^. Climb to 4000' or as directed by ATC. 3700'

Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 16 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000'
MSA ML VOR Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 15 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000'
3300' MSA ML VOR
1. IMS DME REQUIRED (LOC only). within 10 NM 1. DME REQUIRED (LOC only). 2. GPS permitted in lieu of DME. Reference waypoint
3300'
ML VOR. within 10 NM
2 1 LIMITS: 1 min or D17.0, first reached
^ from

153^
230

1 4000
(IAF) STAR
2
BOL 160^

340^
BOLINDA from
083^ 1039'
^ 362 BOL STAR
050 37-35 1059'
1391'
D11.8 IMS
340^

935'

333^
IMW
ILS
BOL NDB HOLDING 1 60^ EPP NDB HOLDING 263^ 109.3 IMW 896'
2 Aircraft may be RADAR vectored (IAF)

EPP
37-30 to FAF or join procedure off STAR EPPING
1223' prior to FAF. MM
352^ D0.9 ML OM 377 EPP
D4.1 ML D7.0
2102' D8.8 ML
D8.0 ML

1643' IMS ILS DME


160^ 109.7 IMS
IMS 37-40 263^
263^
263^

1591'
D5.7
IMS
1059'
1039' D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML
083^
1 3000

1005'

ROC ROCKDALE 935' Essendon


338 ROC
896'
D3.9 IMS 37-45
MM 1 LIMITS:
D0.7 IMS

ML
MELBOURNE 1 min or D14.0,
D
114.1 ML first reached
37-40
144-50 145-00 145-10
ML DME 1.0 1.6 2.0 3.0 4.1 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.3
160^

LOC
144-40 145-00 (GS out) ALTITUDE 690' 880' 1010' 1320' 1670' 1960' 2280' 2600' 3000'
LOC
(GS out)
IMS DME
ALTITUDE
11.2
4000'
10.0
3600'
9.0
3290'
8.1
3000'
7.0
2650'
5.7
2250'
5.0
2000'
3.9
1680'
3.0
1370' 1140'
2.3 2.0
1060'
C OM M D7.0
NDB
D8.8 ML

M MM D4.1 ML ML
BOL NDB D8.0 D5.7 2 3000'
C
GS 1670'
D11.8 IMS 4000' IMS IMS LOM D0.9 ML
3000' from 1 60^ GS 2250' D3.9 IMS
GS 1680'
MM
263^ 2000'
STAR
D0.7 IMS 2 2500'ARBEY,
2400' WENDY STARs
2100' TCH 50' 1250' only.
1680' TCH 50' RWY 27 407' 0.6 3.2 2.9 1.8
3.8 2.3 1.8 3.2 0.5 RWY 16 432' Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160 PAPI
Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160 PAPI GS 3.00^ 377 484 538 646 753 861
HIALS 4000'
GS 3.00^ 377 484 538 646 753 861
HIALS 3000' 263^
160^ MAP at MM
MAP at MM STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY27 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY16 CIRCLE-TO-LAND ILS LOC (GS out) DME
ILS LOC (GS out) DME
DA(H) 640' (208') MDA(H) 1140' (708') DA(H) 610'(203') MDA(H) 880'(473')
Max
Max FULL HIRL out HIALS out HIALS out
FULL HIRL out HIALS out HIALS out Kts MDA(H)
Kts MDA(H)
A 100 A 100

1140'(706') -2.4 km B 135


1140'(706') -2.4 km
B 135

0.8 km 1.2 km 1.5 km 3.0 km 3.9 km C 0.8 km 1.2 km 1.5 km 1.7 km 2.6 km 180 1450'(1016')-4.0 km
PANS OPS 4

1450'(1016')-4.0 km
PANS OPS 4

C 180

D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km

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YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE INTL 7 MAR 08 22-1 .Eff.13.Mar.RNAV-Z (GNSS) Rwy 09 MELBOURNE INTL 7 MAR 08 22-2 .Eff.13.Mar. RNAV-Z (GNSS) Rwy 34
ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground

114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7


114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7
TM

TM
Final Procedure Alt
Final Procedure Alt MDA(H) Apt Elev 434'
BRIEFING STRIP

Apt Elev 434' Apch Crs

BRIEFING STRIP
MDA(H) RNAV MMLSF 4500'
RNAV Apch Crs MMLWF 4500' 340^ 1680' (1350') 780'(450') Rwy 34 330'
083^ 1800'(1405') 890'(495') Rwy 09 395' 080^ 260^ MISSED APCH: Track direct to MMLSH, thence 340^, climb to
080^ 260^
3700'
MISSED APCH: Track direct to MMLWH, thence 083^. Climb to 3700' 4000' or as directed by ATC.
3000' or as directed by ATC. Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 12 hPa Trans level FL 110 Trans alt: 10000'
MSA ML VOR
MSA ML VOR 3300'
Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 14 hPa Trans level FL 110 Trans alt: 10000' 1. Max IAS for initial: 200 Kts. within 10 NM
3300'
1. Max IAS for initial: 200 Kts. 2. Holding as directed by ATC. within 10 NM 896'

340^
2102' (IAF) MELBOURNE
MMLWC MMLSH
1643' 4000
ML
5
203 9000T0
2.

1591'
2 0

1039' 37-40
4

3.0
^

37-35 MMLWG 1059'


MMLSM
935'
173^
3080
2900T

MELBOURNE 1005'
4.0

ML Essendon
(IF)
MMLWI MMLWF MMLWM
MMLWH MMLSF
37-40
083^ 3.0 NM
3.0

^ 083^
040
to MMLWM

340^
(IAF) .0
353^

5
3080

80
2900T
4.0

MMLWB 1214'
4000 30 00T (IAF)
29 MMLSD (IAF)
1005' 3 YM(R)-321 (IF)
Essendon 3000 10 .0 MMLSI 3.6
2500^
MMLSA
MMLWD 3 0 7^ 4.0 3000
37-50 00 300
070^
3.

3000
310800 T
3
4 00
2

37-45
MMLSC
9

(IAF)
^

MMLWA

340^ 3000
4000

5.0
1214'
144-30 144-40 144-50 YM(D)-383
(IAF)
NM to NEXT WPT 2.9 2.0 1.0 MMLWI 3.0 2.0 1.0 MMLWF 3.0 2.0 1.1 MMLWM MMLSB
Point Cook
ALTITUDE 4000' 3710' 3390' 3080' 2760' 2440' 2120' 1800' 1480' 1160' 890' 144-40 144-50 3000 145-00
2.9 NM NM to NEXT WPT MMLSM 1.2 2.0 3.0 MMLSF 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 4.2
to MMLWI MMLWI ALTITUDE 780' 1040' 1360' 1680' 2000' 2310' 2630' 2950' 3000'
4000' 083^ 3080' MMLWF 3.0 NM MMLSI
to MMLWM 4.2 NM
1800' MMLWM MMLSF to MMLSF
[3.00 1480'
^] MMLSM 1680' 340^ 3000'
1700' 0^]
[TCH 50'] [3.0
1400' MDA 1500'
4.0 1.0 3.0 RWY 09 395' [TCH 74']
MDA
8.3 4.3 0.3 0 RWY 34 330' 4.0 5.0
Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160 0 4.0 9.0
Descent angle [3.00^] 372 478 531 637 743 849
PAPI
D MMLWH Gnd speed-Kts
Descent angle [3.00^]
70
372
90
478
100
531
120
637
140
743
160
849
MAP at MMLWM
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY 09 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
SFL
PAPI D MMLSH
MAP at MMLSM
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY 34 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
Max
MDA(H) 890'(495') Kts MDA(H)
Max
A 100 MDA(H) 780'(450') Kts MDA(H)
1140' (706')- 2.4 km
B 135 A 100
2.8 km 1140'(706')- 2.4 km
PANS OPS 4

PANS OPS 4

C 180 1450' (1016')- 4.0 km B 135


2.5 km
D 205 1600' (1166')- 5.0 km C 180 1450'(1016')- 4.0 km
D 205 1600'(1166')- 5.0 km
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YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE INTL 24 AUG 07 23-1 .Eff.30.Aug. VOR Rwy 09 MELBOURNE INTL 24 AUG 07 23-2 .Eff.30.Aug. VOR Rwy 27
ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground

114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7 114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7
TM

TM
VOR Final Procedure Alt VOR Final Procedure Alt
434' 434'
BRIEFING STRIP

BRIEFING STRIP
MDA(H) Apt Elev MDA(H) Apt Elev
ML Apch Crs D6.0 4500' ML Apch Crs D6.0 4500'
114.1 080^ 2060'(1665') 950'(555') Rwy 09 395' 080^ 260^ 114.1 266^ 2270' (1863') 1040'(633') Rwy 27 407' 080^ 260^
MISSED APCH: Track 080^, climb to 3000' or as directed by ATC. 3700' MISSED APCH: Track 266^, climb to 4000' or as directed by ATC. 3700'
Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 14 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000' Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 15 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000'
1. DME REQUIRED. 2. Aircraft may be RADAR vectored to IAF. 3. Holding as advised MSA ML VOR 1. DME REQUIRED. 2. Aircraft may be RADAR vectored to IAF. 3. GPS permitted in MSA ML VOR
3300' 3300'
by ATC. 4. GPS permitted in lieu of DME. Reference waypoint ML VOR. within 10 NM lieu of DME. Reference waypoint ML VOR. within 10 NM

156^
2102'
1591' 086^

10
(IAF)
1039'
WILDE (IAF)
1643' 37-35 1059'
00 r c

10
(IAF) ^

336^
050
D10.0
A

ML
1039' MELBOURNE
30 HOLDING

DM
E

30 0
1591' 0^ 114.1 ML
DM

1059'
896'
30

E Arc
37-35 D7.0

0
10

D
C&

ML CAT
1 2690 MELBOURNE D7.0
2100T
D
114.1 ML 896' 266^ 062^ 074^

5
CAT A & B

00
1 272^ 072^

23
37-40 (IAF)
(IAF) D6.0 D1.5 D10.0
NAOMI D8.0 [FF~9] [MA~9]
D1.0 266^ 266^
D10.0 [MA27] D6.0 1 3000
080^

23
37-40 080^ [FF27] 086^

00
1 D7.0
248^ 1005' Essendon
098^

rc
1 LIMITS:

EA
DM 00
10

1005' 37-45 1 min or D15.0

30
12
Essendon
first reached
DM

4^
30 A r

^
220

10
00 c
E

37-45 (IAF)

(IAF)
1214'
MISCH 144-50 145-00 145-10
144-40 144-50 145-00

5
ML DME 2.1 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 8.3
ML DME 9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.5
ALTITUDE 1040' 1310' 1630' 1950' 2270' 2590' 2905' 3000'
ALTITUDE 3000' 2690' 2370' 2060' 1740' 1420' 1100' 950'
NAOMI VOR D7.0 D10.0
D10.0 062^ CAT C & D D8.3
D8.0 D6.0 VOR 3000' 266^ 3000'
D9.0 [FF~9] 072^ CAT A & B D6.0
[FF27] 2270'
2690' D1.0 2590'
3000' ^
266
080^ 2060' D1.5 [MA27] 2300'
[3.00 [MA~9] 0^]
2100' ^] [3.0
2000'
1500' [TCH 50']
[TCH 50']
MDA
MDA
2.0 2.0 4.5 0.6 RWY 09 395' RWY 27 407' 0.7 5.0 1.0 3.0

Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160 PAPI


Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160
3000' Descent angle [3.00^] 372 478 531 637 743 849
HIALS 4000'
Descent angle [3.00^] 372 478 531 637 743 849 266^
PAPI 080^
MAP at D1.5 MAP at D1.0
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY 27 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY 09 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
MDA(H) 1040'(633')
MDA(H) 950'(555') Max
HIALS out Max
Kts MDA(H) Kts MDA(H)
A 100 A 100
1140'(706') -2.4 km 1140'(706')-2.4 km
B 135 B 135

3.1 km 1450'(1016')-4.0 km 3.6 km 4.5 km 1450'(1016')-4.0 km


PANS OPS 4

C
PANS OPS 4

C 180 180

D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km

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YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA YMML/MEL JEPPESEN MELBOURNE, VIC, AUSTRALIA
MELBOURNE INTL 16 NOV 07 23-3 .Eff.22.Nov. VOR Rwy 34 MELBOURNE INTL 16 NOV 07 26-1 .Eff.22.Nov. NDB Rwy 16
ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground ATIS MELBOURNE Approach (R) MELBOURNE Tower Ground
114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7
114.1 132.7 132.0 120.5 121.7 NDB Final Procedure Alt
TM

TM
VOR Final Procedure Alt
MDA(H) Apt Elev 434'
BOL Apch Crs
434'

BRIEFING STRIP
BRIEFING STRIP

MDA(H) Apt Elev D6.0 4500'


ML Apch Crs D6.5 4500' 362 160^ 2245'(1813') 1140'(708') Rwy 16 432' 080^ 260^
114.1 346^ 1985' (1655') 760'(430') Rwy 34 330' 080^ 260^ MISSED APCH: Track 160^. Climb to 3000' or as directed by ATC. 3700'
MISSED APCH: Track 346^, climb to 4000' or as directed by ATC. 3700' Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 16 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000' MSA ML VOR
1. DME & BOTH NDB REQUIRED. 2.GPS permitted in lieu of DME. Reference waypoint 3300'
Alt Set: hPa Rwy Elev: 12 hPa Trans level: FL 110 Trans alt: 10000'
MSA ML VOR ML VOR. within 10 NM
1. ML DME REQUIRED. 2. Aircraft may be RADAR vectored to FAF. 3. Holding as
3300'
advised by ATC. 4. GPS permitted in lieu of DME. Reference waypoint ML VOR. within 10 NM
^

160^
1059' 230
988'

1
1 LIMITS:
1 min or D17.0,

4000
(IAF) ^
896' first reached 050

BOL

340^
BOLINDA

346^
362 BOL

340^
D
ML
MELBOURNE
114.1 ML D12.0
BOL NDB
HOLDING

160^
37-40
37-30 1223'
D1.5
[RW34] 2102' D9.0
1005'
Essendon 1643'

1591'
D6.0
[FF16] 1039'

D6.5
[FF34]
ROC
ROCKDALE
338 ROC
D4.2
1059'

160^
^

143
1 98

1214' 896'
^
346^

155^
177^

(IAF)
D1.0
ML
LAVER 11 E MELBOURNE
DM
(IAF) [MA16]
DM 11 A
D
114.1 ML
E rc BOLTY
37-50 30 0 Arc 1 1 0
0 30 0
37-40
YM(R)-321 (IAF)

1 2000 TONAR

160^
144-40 1950T 144-50 D11.0 145-00
ML DME 2.7 3.0 4.0 5.0 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 9.7 1005' Essendon
ALTITUDE 760' 870' 1185' 1505' 1825' 2140' 2460' 2780' 3000'
144-40 144-50 145-00
ML DME 11.5 10.0 9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.2 4.0 3.0 2.5
D6.5 TONAR
VOR [FF34] D9.7 D11.0 ALTITUDE 4000' 3520' 3200' 2885' 2565' 2245' 1930' 1675' 1610' 1290' 1140'
1985' 3000'
D1.5
[RW34] 0^]
346^ BOL NDB
D12.0 D11.5
D9.0 D6.0 ROC NDB
VOR
[3.0
[FF16]
3200' D4.2
1950' 4000' 160^ [3.00
^] 2245' D1.0
[TCH 50'] [MA16]
1675'
MDA 3000' 160 ^
RWY 34 330' 5.0 4.5
2100' [TCH 50']
Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160 1250' MDA
Descent angle [3.00^] 372 478 531 637 743 849 SFL 4000' 3.0 3.0 1.8 3.2 0.5 RWY 16 432'
PAPI
346^ HIALS
Gnd speed-Kts 70 90 100 120 140 160
MAP at D1.5
Descent angle [3.00^] 372 478 531 637 743 849
3000'
STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY 34 CIRCLE-TO-LAND PAPI PAPI 160^
MAP at D1.0
MDA(H) 760'(430') STRAIGHT-IN LANDING RWY16 CIRCLE-TO-LAND
Max
Kts MDA(H) MDA(H) 1140'(708')
A 100 Max
B 135
1140' (706') -2.4 km HIALS out Kts MDA(H)
A 100
2.4 km B
1140'(706') -2.4 km
PANS OPS 4

PANS OPS 4

C 180 1450'(1016')-4.0 km 135

C 4.0 km 4.9 km 180 1450'(1016')-4.0 km


D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km
D 205 1600'(1166')-5.0 km
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