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AD 2 AERODROMES
EYKA AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME
EYKA – KAUNAS/International
EYKA AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA
1
ARP coordinates and site at AD
545750N 0240505E
079°/1626 M from THR RWY 08
2
Direction and distance from (city)
052°, 14 KM from Kaunas
3
Elevation/Reference temperature
256 FT (78 M)/ 21°C
4
Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN
82 FT(25 M)
5
Magnetic Variation/Annual change
6° E (2010)/0.13° increasing
6
Aerodrome Administration, Address,
Telephone, Telefax, Telex, AFS
VI "Kauno Aerouostas"
Karmelava
LT-54460 Kauno rajonas
Lithuania
Phone: +370 37 399 250
Fax:
+370 37 399 345
AFS:
EYKAYDYX
7
Types of traffic permitted (IFR/ VFR)
IFR-VFR
8
Remarks
NIL
EYKA AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS
1
AD Administration
AD operational hours
AD Administration: MON - THU: 0545 - 1430 (0445 - 1330)
FRI: 0545 - 1315 (0445 - 1215)
AD OPR HR: 0400 - 2200 (0300 - 2100)*
2
Customs and immigration
As AD
3
Health and sanitation
As AD
4
AIS Briefing Office
As AD
5
ATS Reporting Office (ARO)
As AD or self-briefing H24
6
MET Briefing Office
As AD
7
ATS
H24
8
Fuelling
As AD
9
Handling
As AD
10
Security
As AD
11
De-icing
As AD
12
Remarks
* AD from 2200 till 0400 (2100-0300) will be available by coordination with Ground Operation service
only, Tel. +370 37399 250, Fax +370 37 399 345, e-mail operations@kun.lt:
a) delayed regular flights to Kaunas Airport as to an alternate airport, flights performing search and
rescue operations, medical help flights, government and VIP flights - not later than 15 minutes before the
end of the working hours of the airport;
b) all other flights - H24 before the intended flight. An overtime tariff will be applied.
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EYKA AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES
1
Cargo-handling facilities
Cargo-handling facilities - up to 5 tons handling possible.
Ground handling service can be requested in advance or upon
arrival via Kaunas. Handling on frequency 121.600 MHz., HRS
OPR as AD.
2
Fuel/oil types
Jet A1, AVGAS 100LL
Oil: NIL
3
Fuelling facilities/capacity
Fuelling facilities/capacity - Available without limitations.
4
De-icing facilities
Available
5
Hangar space for visiting ACFT
NIL
6
Repair facilities for visiting ACFT
NIL
7
Remarks
NIL
EYKA AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES
1
Hotels
In the city
2
Restaurant
In the city
3
Transportation
Buses, Taxies.
4
Medical facilities
Hospital in the city
5
Bank and Post Office
At airport and in the city.
6
Tourist Office
At airport and in the city.
7
Remarks
NIL
EYKA AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICE
1
AD category for fire fighting
A7, within AD OPR HR
2
Rescue equipment
Available
3
Capability for removal of disabled ACFT
NIL
4
Remarks
NIL
EYKA AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY – CLEARING
1
Types of clearing equipment
2
Clearance priorities
3
Remarks
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Types of clearing equipment - Snow remover, Snow
Ploughs, Sand and de-icing chemicals spreaders, Rotors.
Clearance priorities 1. RWY 08/26, TWY A to apron, RWY lightings, ILS critical
zones.
2. ACFT stands, apron, RWY shoulders, service roads.
Information on snow clearance published from NOV-APR
in NOTAM (SNOWTAMs). See also the Snow Plan in
Section AD-1.2.2.
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EYKA AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS DATA
1
Apron surface and strength
Surface:
Strength:
CONC+ASPH
1, 5 Aircraft stands -
PCN 36 F/B/X/T
2 Aircraft stand -
PCN 29 F/B/X/T
3 Aircraft stand -
PCN 37 F/B/X/T
4, 6 Aircraft stands -
PCN 31 F/B/X/T
7, 8, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15 Aircraft stands -
PCN 66 F/B/X/T
9, 12 Aircraft stands -
PCN 35 R/B/X/T
Surface:
CONC+ASPH
CONC+ASPH
CONC+ASPH
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
Width:
TWY A: 23 M
TWY B: 23 M
TWY C: 23 M
3
Altimeter checkpoint location and
elevation
Location:
Aircraft stands - Elevation
4 - 236 FT(71.8 M);
8 - 230 FT(70.3 M)
4
VOR checkpoints
VOR: NIL
5
INS checkpoints
INS: NIL
6
Remarks
NIL
Straight:
PCN 36 F/B/X/T
PCN 66 F/B/X/T
PCN 66 F/B/X/T
EYKA AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS
1
Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide
lines and visual docking/parking guidance
system of aircraft stands
Aircraft stand ID signs, apron safety lines and TWY guide
lines markings.
TWY and holding position markings.
2
RWY and TWY markings and LGT
RWY - Markings: designation, centre line, THR, displaced
THR, fixed distance zones, TDZ, RWY side stripes.
Lights: RWY edge, RWY THR, RWY displaced THR and
RWY end.
TWY A, C markings: centre line, holding positions at the
intersection of TWY/RWY, TWY side stripes. LGT: edge
lights blue, LIM; stop bar lights red, LIL.
TWY B markings: centre and side lines. LGT: edge blue.
3
Stop bars
On holding position TWY A, C; Red, LIL.
4
Remarks
NIL
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EYKA AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES
In Approach/Take-Off Areas
In Circling Area and at Aerodrome
1
2
RWY/Area
affected
Type of Obstacle
ELEV,
Marking & LGT
Coordinates
Type of Obstacle
ELEV,
Marking & LGT
Coordinates
a
b
c
a
b
Group of Chimneys
109.0 M/358 FT
NIL
545733.5N
0240200.6E
Group of Chimneys
250.9 M/823 FT
LGTD
545519.1N
0240103.1E
Mast
100.0 M/328 FT
NIL
545732.2N
0240211.1E
Group of TV Towers
181.1 M/594 FT
LGTD
545339.0N
0235606.8E
Mast
73.8 M/242 FT
LGTD
545745.0N
0240322.5E
Tower
128.0 M/420 FT
LGTD
545530.9N
0240648.9E
Mast
90.0 M/295 FT
LGTD
545744.1N
0240304.5E
Mast
146.0 M/479 FT
LGTD
545931.0N
0240015.1E
Mast
80.7 M/265 FT
LGTD
545755.3N
0240649.1E
Mast
154.8 M/508 FT
LGTD
545747.2N
0235344.8E
Mast
98.7 M/324 FT
LGTD
545756.7N
0240718.9E
Tower
118.9 M/390 FT
LGTD
545830.6N
0240450.0E
Tower
106.1 M/348 FT
LGTD
545759.1N
0240421.5E
Group of Masts
129.8 M/426 FT
LGTD
545923.4N
0240637.3E
Group of Chimneys
128.9 M/423 FT
LGTD
545501.3N
0240411.2E
Group of Air Force
Towers
115.8 M/380 FT
LGTD
545812.0N
0240453.3E
RWY 08 - APCH
RWY 26 - TKOF
RWY 26 - APCH
RWY 08 - TKOF
3 Remarks: NIL
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EYKA AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED
1
Associated MET Office
Kaunas
2
Hours of service. MET Office outside hours.
As AD
3
Office responsible for TAF preparation.
Periods of validity.
Interval of Issuance.
Aviation meteorological centre, Vilnius
24 HR
6 HR
4
Trend forecast. Interval of Issuance.
NIL
5
Briefing/Consultation provided
T, D*
Aviation meteorological centre Tel. +370 706 94 798
6
Flight Documentation.
Language(s) used.
C, PL*
EN/Lithuanian
7
Charts and other INFO available for briefing or
consultation
P, W, SWH, SWM, SWL*
OPMET INFO
8
Supplementary EQPT available for providing
information
Computer with Internet AVBL
9
ATS units provided with information
Kaunas APP
Kaunas TWR
10
Additional information (limitation of service)
* Abbreviations see GEN-3.5.10
EYKA AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
RWY
Designation
True
BRG
Dimensions
of RWY (M)
Strength (PCN)
and surface of
RWY and SWY
THR/RWY
end coordinates,
DTHR coordinates,
THR geoid
undulation
THR ELEV &
highest ELEV
of TDZ of
precision
APP RWY
1
2
3
4
5
6
08
085.08°
3250 x 45
THR - 545745.60N
0240334.16E
DTHR - 545746.43N
0240351.01E
–
GUND 82 FT(25.0 M)
236 FT (72.0 M)
26
265.08°
3250 x 45
PCN 64 /F/B/X/T
CONC+ASPH
THR - 545754.62N
0240636.27E
DTHR - 545753.80N
0240619.76E
–
GUND 82 FT(25.0 M)
256 FT (78.0 M)
RWY
Designation
Slope of
RWY/
SWY
RESA
Dimensions
(M)
CWY
Dimensions (M)
Strip Dimensions
(M)
OBST free zone
7
8
9
10
11
08
+0.18%
90 x 90
200 x 300
3370 x 300
26
-0.18%
90 x 90
200 x 300
3370 x 300
PCN 64 /F/B/X/T
CONC+ASPH
NIL
12 Remarks:
1. DTHR - Displaced THR.
2. RWY 08/26: SWY NIL.
3. DTHRs distances: RWY 08 – 300 M from THR; RWY 26 – 295 M from THR.
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EYKA AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES
RWY
Designation
TORA (M)
TODA (M)
ASDA (M)
LDA (M)
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
08
3250
3450
3250
2950
From TWY A
2350
2550
2350
–
26
3250
3450
3250
2955
From TWY C
2380
2580
2380
–
NIL
NIL
EYKA AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING
RWY
Designation
APCH
LGT Type,
Length,
INTST
THR
DTHR
LGT
Colour
WBAR
VASIS,
(MEHT)
PAPI
TDZ
LGT
Length
RWY CL
LGT
Length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY Edge
LGT
Length,
spacing,
colour,
INTST
RWY
End
LGT
Colour,
WBAR
SWY
LGT
Length
(M),
Colour
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
08
Alpa-Ata,
900 M, LIH,
Cat I
THR
Inset,
GRN,
LIH
DTHR
Elevated
GRN,
LIH
PAPI,
LEFT
3.0°,
61 FT
NIL
2950 M,
spacing 30
M, White
from DTHR
to the first
2050 M,
Red and
White next
600 M, Red
last 300 M,
LIH
3250 M,
spacing 60
M, Red
from RWY
THR to the
first 300 M,
White next
2350 M,
Yellow last
600 M, LIH
Elevated
RED,
LIH
NIL
26
Alpa-Ata,
900 M,
CAT II
Sequence
flashing
lights 600
M.
THR
Inset,
GRN,
LIH
DTHR
Elevated
GRN,
LIH
PAPI,
LEFT
3.0°,
61 FT
WHI,
900 M,
LIH
2950 M,
spacing 30
M, White
from DTHR
to the first
2050 M,
Red and
White next
600 M, Red
last 300 M,
LIH
3250 M,
spacing 60
M, Red
from RWY
THR to the
first 300 M,
White next
2330 M,
Yellow last
620 M,
LIH
Elevated
RED,
LIH
NIL
10 Remarks: 1. All the Lights, except Sequence flashing lights, have 5 steps of Intensity.
2. Sequence flashing lights have 3 steps of Intensity.
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EYKA AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY
1
ABN/ IBN location, characteristics and hours of
operation
NIL
2
LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
LDI: NIL.
Wind sensors: Optoelectronic cup anemometers and
wind wanes 320/290 M from DTHR RWY 08/26,
lighted.
3
TWY edge and centre line lighting
Edge: TWY A, B, C - Blue, LIM.
Centre line: NIL.
4
Secondary power supply / Switch-over time
Secondary power supply to all lighting at AD.
Switch-over time: 1 SEC.
5
Remarks
NIL
EYKA AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA
1
Coordinates TLOF THR of FATO
Geoid undulation
NIL
2
TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FT
NIL
3
TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface,
strength, marking
NIL
4
True BRG of FATO
NIL
5
Declared DIST available
NIL
6
APCH and FATO Lighting
NIL
7
Remarks
Landing on runway within 100 M of RWY and TWY A
intersection.
EYKA AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE
1
Designation and Lateral Limits
CTR
550147N 0234429E - 550347N 0242411E - 545347N
0242541E - 545229N 0235929E - 545529N
0234523E - 550147N 0234429E
2
Vertical limits
GND to 1200 FT ALT
3
Airspace classification
C*
4
ATS unit call sign.
Language(s)
KAUNAS TOWER
Lithuanian/EN
5
Transition altitude
5000 FT MSL
6
Remarks
*Class of airspace G when ATS does not operate.
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EYKA AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES
Service
designation
Call sign
Frequency
Hours of
Operation
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
124.200 MHZ
H24
Primary
118.500 MHZ
HO
Alternative
APP/TWR
KAUNAS TOWER
ATIS
KAUNAS ATIS
129.050 MHZ
H24
EN only
FIS
KAUNAS INFORMATION
124.600 MHZ
H24
LIT, EN
121.500 MHZ
H24
EMRG
All ATS Units
EYKA AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS
ELEV of
IDENT Frequency Hours of Position of
Type of Aid, MAG
DME
operation transmitting
VAR, Type of
transmitting
antenna
supported operation
antenna
coordinates
(for VOR/ILS/MLS,
give declination)
Remarks
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
DVOR/DME
(6° E/2010)
KNA
114.400
MHZ
(CH 91X)
H24
545737.4N
0240359.1E
300 FT
In the sector from
RDL 150° to 220° at
4500 FT AMSL or
below
DVOR/DME
operational range is
30 NM only.
NDB
(6° E/2010)
KUS
343 KHZ
HO
545756.6N
0240718.7E
109.500
MHZ
HO
545755.3N
0240649.1E
GP
332.600
MHZ
HO
545742.9N
0240411.1E
MM
75 MHZ
HO
545744.1N
0240304.5E
109.900
MHZ
HO
545745.0N
0240321.5E
333.800
MHZ
HO
545749.0N
0240600.1E
109.900
MHZ
(CH 36X)
HO
545749.0N
0240600.1E
ILS RWY 08 CATI (6° E/2010)
LOC
IKM
3.0°, RDH 51 FT
ILS RWY 26 CAT II (6° E/2010)
LOC
ISE
GP
DME
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3.0°, RDH 52 FT
300 FT
DME coverage - at
least of azimuth angle
guidance
coverage
sector. Zero range is
indicated at DTHR.
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EYKA AD 2.20 LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
2.20.1
Airport Regulations
At Kaunas airport a number of local regulations are applied.
Marshaller assistance can be requested and further information about the regulations can be obtained from TWR
For the safe aircraft operation on the apron the information will be issued to each aircraft by TWR, separately.
2.20.2
Taxiing to and from stands
Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand number by TWR.
General Aviation aircraft will have to use the General Aviation Parking area.
Assistance from "FOLLOW-ME" vehicle can be requested via TWR.
The ATC clearance by the aerodrome control unit shall be issued to the departing aircraft during the taxiing time
from parking area to holding point of the RWY in use. Frequency 124.200 MHz is to be used.
Departing aircraft shall obtain the push-back and taxi clearance from TWR on 124.200 MHz.
2.20.3
Parking area for small aircraft (General Aviation)
General aviation aircraft shall be guided by marshallers to the parking area for small aircraft.
2.20.4
Parking area for helicopters
Helicopters will always be guided by marshallers to the parking area for helicopters.
2.20.5
Apron, taxiing during winter conditions
Taxiways are not equipped with centre line lights. The taxi guide lines might not be visible due to snow. Assistance
from "FOLLOW-ME" vehicle can be requested via TWR.
2.20.6
Taxiing limitations
Not available.
2.20.7
School- and training flights, technical test flights, use of runways
School- and training, technical test flights can only be made after permission there to has been obtained from
Kaunas TWR. Information about RWY in use will be given by TWR.
It is to be noted that priority for scheduled flights will be prevail.
2.20.8
Helicopter traffic, limitation
Not available.
2.20.9
Removal of disabled aircraft from runways
In case an aircraft is wrecked on a runway, it is the duty of the owner or operator of such aircraft to see to it that it
is removed as soon as possible.
If a wrecked aircraft is not removed from the runway as quickly as possible by the owner the aircraft will be
removed by the aerodrome at the owner's or operator's expense.
EYKA AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES
From 1 January 2005 noise abatement procedures for Kaunas International Airport should be applied in
accordance to Regulations on the Limitation of the Operation of Civil Subsonic Jet Aeroplanes at the Airports of
the Republic of Lithuania approved by Order No. 428/574 issued on 3 December 2001 by the Minister of Transport
and Communications and the Minister of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania.
Limitation of civil subsonic jet aeroplanes (hereinafter - “aeroplanes”) operating to and from the airports of the
Republic of Lithuania shall be established by the following regulations.
2.21.1 The regulations shall be applied to the aeroplanes with a maximum take-off mass of 34 000 kg or more
and with a certified maximum internal accommodation consisting of more than nineteen passenger seats,
excluding any seats for crew only.
2.21.2 Civil subsonic jet aeroplanes fitted with engines having a by-pass ratio of less than two cannot operate
to and from the airports of the Republic of Lithuania unless granted noise certification either:
a)
to the standards specified in Part II, Chapter 3, Volume 1 of Annex 16 to the Convention on
International Civil Aviation (hereinafter - “Convention”), or
b)
to the standards specified in Part II, Chapter 2, Volume 1 of Annex 16 to the aforesaid Convention,
provided that they were first issued an individual certificate of airworthiness less than 25 years
previously.
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2.21.3 Exemption from the requirements laid down in paragraph 2 of these regulations shall be granted to the
aeroplanes, which do not meet the standards specified in Part II, Chapter 3, Volume 1 of Annex 16 to the
Convention, but which can be altered to meet those standards, provided that:
a)
suitable conversion equipment exists and is actually available for the aeroplane type in question;
b)
aeroplanes fitted with such equipment meet the standards of Part II, Chapter 3, Volume 1 of Annex
16 to the Convention;
c)
an air operator has ordered the equipment mentioned in paragraph 3a) by 1 January 2003 and has
commissioned itself to install it until 1 January 2004.
2.21.4 The Civil Aviation Administration may permit the operation of aeroplanes, which do not meet the
requirements laid down in paragraph 2 of these regulations, at the airports of the Republic of Lithuania. This
exemption shall be limited to aeroplanes of historical interest and to:
a)
aeroplanes whose operations are of such an exceptional nature that it would be unreasonable to
withhold an exemption;
b)
aeroplanes on non-revenue flights for the purposes of alteration, repair or maintenance.
EYKA AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES
2.22.1
General
All flights within Kaunas TMA and Kaunas CTR shall be conducted in accordance with FPL (RPL).
2.22.2
IFR arrival
2.22.2.1 Holding procedures are shown on Instrument Approach Charts or on STAR Charts – see AD-2-EYKA25, AD-2-EYKA-27, AD-2-EYKA-29, AD-2-EYKA-30, AD-2-EYKA-31 and AD-2-EYKA-32. All holding patterns as
directed by ATC.
2.22.2.2 RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) overlay standard arrival instrument route – see AD-2-EYKA-25 and AD-2EYKA-27.
2.22.2.2.1 RNAV STAR based on GNSS for position update is considered as P-RNAV. For this particular case
aircraft shall be equipped with Area Navigation Equipment (RNAV) with a Required Navigation Performance
(RNP) of at least 1NM.
Note: DME/DME back-up is not available in Kaunas TMA.
2.22.2.2.2 Arriving aircraft certified for P-RNAV operations will be assigned a STAR based on the use of GNSS.
Aircraft not certified for P-RNAV operations will be assigned a STAR based on the use of VOR/DME. For aircraft
not intending to execute STAR radar vectors will be assigned. Pilot-in-command receiving clearance via RNAV
and are unable flying RNAV, shall inform ATC by using phraseology “UNABLE RNAV STAR”.
2.22.2.2.3 If the RNAV equipment fails or if the GNSS and/or VOR/DME position update is malfunctioning, pilot
in-command shall inform ATC as soon as practicable. ATC will then provide vectors or issue clearance to an
appropriate navigation aid.
2.22.2.2.4 FL/Altitude restrictions at waypoints of P-RNAV STAR do not constitute authorisation to descend to
the FL/Altitude specified. ATC will issue explicit clearance:
– to fly STAR as published by using Continuous Descent Approach phraseology “DESCEND VIA XXXXX XX
ARRIVAL” (a “descend via” clearance is an instruction to the pilot to descend in a manner that complies with
the published lateral flight path, FL/Altitudes, and speeds);
– to fly STAR when FL/Altitude assignments are issued by ATC.
2.22.2.2.5 Published FL/Altitude restrictions, which are at or above cleared FL/Altitude which is in effect shall be
complied with. If due published speed restrictions unable to comply with FL/Altitude restrictions, advise ATC as
soon as possible.
2.22.2.2.6 For non-RNAV aircraft or RNAV aircraft unable to conform published STARs – inform ATC accordingly
and proceed direct to IAF KNA to perform instrument approach. Expect FL or altitude by ATC. Radar vectors within
Kaunas TMA also may be requested.
2.22.2.2.7 For aircraft without VOR equipment conducting non-RNAV procedures – inform ATC accordingly and
proceed direct to IAF KUS to perform instrument approach (see AD-2-EYKA-33, AD-2-EYKA-34). Expect FL or
altitude by ATC. Radar vectors within Kaunas TMA also may be requested.
2.22.2.2.8 In accordance with the provisions of paragraph (c) of EU-OPS 1.405 and with reference to the Order
No. 4R-211 issued on 2 September 2011 by CAA director, when a pilot-in-command after passing the remote
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marker beacon, or its equivalent, and being reported on RVR/visibility minima fallen below applicable minima, is
continuing the approach to DA/H or MDA/H: air traffic controller clearance “Cleared to Land” is issued only in
regard of RWY condition and conformity with separation minima and shall not be considered as controller-issued
clearance to land below the applicable minima. Responsibility for a decision to land in such conditions shall be
taken exclusively by the pilot-in-command.
2.22.2.2.9 Communication failure – see AD-2-EYKA-25, AD-2-EYKA-27, AD-2-EYKA-29, AD-2-EYKA-30, AD-2EYKA-31, AD-2-EYKA-32, AD-2-EYKA-33, AD-2-EYKA-34, AD-2-EYKA-35 and AD-2-EYKA-36.
2.22.2.2.10 Noise abatement procedures should be applied according to ICAO Doc 8168, Volume 1, section 7.
2.22.3
IFR Departure
2.22.3.1 Pilot in-command of departing aircraft shall establish radio contact with Kaunas TOWER for reasons:
– to advise parking position;
– to confirm ATIS information and read back its QNH;
– to obtain clearance for start up of engines;
– to report the intention to carry out a de-icing of aircraft before departure;
– to obtain ATC clearance.
2.22.3.2 RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) overlay standard departure instrument route – see AD-2-EYKA-21 and AD2-EYKA-23.
2.22.3.2.1 RNAV SID based on GNSS for position update is considered as P-RNAV. For this particular case
aircraft shall be equipped with Area Navigation Equipment (RNAV) with a Required Navigation Performance
(RNP) of at least 1NM.
Note: DME/DME back-up is not available in Kaunas TMA.
2.22.3.2.2 Departing aircraft will be assigned a SID based on the use of RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) overlay or a
detailed departure clearance. Aircraft proceeding on SID shall use PDG 6.6% (400 FT/NM) up to 4000 FT MSL.
Aircraft unable to conform with this procedure shall inform ATC accordingly.
2.22.3.2.3 For aircraft departing from RWY 08 and unable to achieve SID – turn must not be commenced before
2200 FT MSL. After reaching 2200 FT MSL make turn to intercept appropriate VOR radial and proceed to REP,
or as given other ATC clearance.
For aircraft departing from RWY 26 and unable to achieve SID – turn must not be commenced before 2200 FT
MSL. When EY TSA 2 is activated, ATC clearance may contain 5000 FT MSL. After reaching 2200 or 5000 FT
MSL make turn to intercept appropriate VOR radial and proceed to REP, or as given other ATC clearance.
2.22.3.2.4 Omnidirectional departures (on pilot-in-command request only):
– when departing from RWY 08: Climb straight ahead with PDG 6.6% (400 FT/NM) to turning altitude 700 FT
MSL. Continue climb to appropriate MSA. Obstacles – tower with ELEV 420 FT at distance 2.4 NM on
direction 171° from THR.
– when departing from RWY 26: Climb straight ahead with PDG 6.6% (400 FT/NM) to turning altitude 700 FT
MSL. Continue climb to appropriate MSA. Obstacles – chimney with ELEV 358 FT at distance 0.9 NM on
direction 251° from THR; chimney group with ELEV 823 FT at distance 2.8NM on direction 205° from THR;
mast with ELEV 479 FT at distance 2.6 NM on direction 307° from THR;
2.22.3.2.5 Communication failure – see AD-2-EYKA-21 and AD-2-EYKA-23.
2.22.3.2.6 Noise abatement procedures should be applied according to ICAO Doc 8168, Volume 1, section 7.
2.22.3.3 Low Visibility Procedures (LVP)
2.22.3.3.1 Runways and the relevant equipment RWY 26 is equipped with ILS and is approved for CAT II. RWY
08 is equipped with ILS and approved for the requirements for CAT I.
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2.22.3.3.2 Preparation for and termination of LVP
a) Preparation for LVP shall be commenced, when RVR is equal to or less than 800 M and/or the cloud ceiling
is equal to or lower than 300 FT with a tendency to decrease.
b) LVP shall be commenced, when RVR is less than 550 M or the cloud ceiling is lower than 200 FT.
c) Application of LVP will be terminated when RVR is 550 M or more and the cloud ceiling is higher than
200 FT with a tendency to increase.
2.22.3.3.3 Performance of LVP
A message on LVP being in effect “LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES IN FORCE” will be passed via ATIS or radio
communication.
2.22.3.3.4 Departing aircraft.
a) When RVR is lower than 550 M but not less than 350 M, the follow-me service will be provided upon the
flight crew’s request only.
b) When RVR is less than 350 M the follow-me service is mandatory.
c) If pilots request a taxi clearance for departure with RVR being less than 350 M they shall indicate the
number of the parking area and report on watching the follow-me car ready to service them.
d) The follow-me car will guide the aircraft from the parking area to intersection of the apron with the taxiway
A or B.
2.22.3.3.5 Intersection take-offs will not be permitted.
2.22.3.3.6 Arriving aircraft.
a) Arriving aircraft, when radar vectoring is applied, will be vectored to ILS sector at a distance not less than
10 NM from RWY touchdown zone.
b) The ILS localizer sensitive area will be protected when an ILS landing aircraft is within 2 NM from
touchdown.
c) After having vacated the runway, a pilot must report “RUNWAY VACATED”.
2.22.3.3.7 With LVP procedures being in effect, the traffic in the maneuvering area will be limited to one aircraft.
2.22.3.3.8 Termination of LVP will be announced by the message “LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES
CANCELLED AT (time)”, passed via ATIS or radio communication.
2.22.4
Radar Procedures within Kaunas TMA
2.22.4.1 Radar Vectoring and Sequencing
- Available.
2.22.4.2 Surveillance Radar Approaches
- Not available.
2.22.4.3 Precision Radar Approach
- Not available.
2.22.5
VFR flights
2.22.5.1 VFR reporting points, VFR holdings and recommended VFR arrival and departure routes are established
– see AD-2-EYKA-39.
2.22.5.2 OCA/OCH for visual manoeuvring (circling) – see the Visual Circling Approach Chart AD-2-EYKA-37.
Note: Category D aircraft are not authorised for circling approach.
2.22.5.3 Procedures for VFR flights within Kaunas TMA/CTR:
a) Flight plan shall be filed for the flight concerned;
b) ATC clearance shall be obtained from the Kaunas TWR 5 min before entering TMA/CTR;
c) Deviation from ATC clearance (given) may only be made, provided prior permission has been obtained;
d) Two-way radio communication shall be maintained on the frequency prescribed. Information about the
appropriate frequency can be obtained from Kaunas TOWER.
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EYKA AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
2.23.1
Bird concentrations in the vicinity of Kaunas airport
A typical continental airport. Bird concentrations exhibit clearly expressed seasonality. Four periods can be
distinguished in the year: bird wintering (November - February), spring bird migration (March - April) and autumn
bird migration (September - October), breeding and juvenile's wandering (May - August).
For the winter period most typical are 24-hour movements of Corvidae with crossing the area of climb and descent
as well as the runway. These are typical feeding 24-hour migrations when in the morning birds leave their resting
sites for feeding areas and come back from them in the evening for the rest.
The greatest activity of bird 24-hour movements is observed 1 hour before and 1-2 hours after local sunrise as
well as 1-2 hours before sunset. Flight altitude is up to 200 M.
During the spring bird migration predominance of Corvidae (rooks, jackdaws), lapwings, starlings, gulls, field-lark,
geese, ducks, birds of prey is observed. The main flight direction is NE, flight altitude is up to 150 M at the daytime
and up to 2000 M at night. The most intensive migration is observed 1-4 hours after local sunrise at the daytime
and 1-3, 6-7 hours after local sunset at night.
During bird breeding and post-breeding in the territory of aerodrome wanderings of rooks, crows, jackdaws,
pigeons, starlings, swifts are encountered in May. In June the number of Corvidae, starlings and pigeons increases
with appearance of juveniles whose presence in the territory is most hazardous.
Concentration of these birds is especially heavy while grass mowing in the territory of airport.
In July - August migration of starlings, swifts starts, the migration of swallows becomes more intensive, the number
of gulls increases in the territory of airport.
In autumn, in September bird migration with predominance of starlings, rooks, finches, larks, tits is observed. At
the beginning of October starlings, finches, gulls migrate. In the second half of October migration of Corvidae is
noticeable. At the end of the month the formation of 24-hour movement of Corvidae starts. Directions of migrations
are W-SW; flight altitudes are up to 250 M at the daytime and up to 2000 M at night. The most hazardous time
during the 24-hour period: 1-4; 6-8 hours after local sunset at night and 2-4 hours after local sunrise at the daytime.
As far as practicable ATS will inform pilots of the bird activity and estimate heights AGL.
During the above periods pilots of aircraft are advised, where the aircraft design limitations permit, to operate
landing lights in flight within the terminal area and during take-off, landing, approach and climb procedures.
Dispersal activities include occasional play back of distress calls from a tape recorded with firing of shell crackers,
sounds, live ammunition and trapping. Modifications of the environment help to reduce but do not eliminate the
hazard. They comprise better methods of garbage disposal and drainage, elimination of hedges and soil cover
and cessation of farming activity.
Chart EYKA AD-2-EYKA-41 shows the bird concentrations in the vicinity of Kaunas aerodrome.
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EYKA AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO KAUNAS AERODROME
Aerodrome Chart - ICAO
AD-2-EYKA-15
Aerodrome Ground Movement and Parking Chart - ICAO
AD-2-EYKA-16
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart (Type A) - ICAO
AD-2-EYKA-17
Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO RWY 26
AD-2-EYKA-19
RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) Overlay - Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO RWY
08
AD-2-EYKA-21
RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) Overlay - Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO RWY
26
AD-2-EYKA-23
RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) Overlay - Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO RWY 08
AD-2-EYKA-25
RNAV (GNSS, VOR/DME) Overlay - Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO RWY 26
AD-2-EYKA-27
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS or LOC RWY 08
AD-2-EYKA-29
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO ILS or LOC RWY 26
AD-2-EYKA-30
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO VOR RWY 08
AD-2-EYKA-31
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO VOR RWY 26
AD-2-EYKA-32
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO NDB RWY 08
AD-2-EYKA-33
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO NDB RWY 26
AD-2-EYKA-34
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08
AD-2-EYKA-35
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26
AD-2-EYKA-36
Visual Circling Approach Chart RWY 08/26
AD-2-EYKA-37
Visual Approach Chart RWY 08/26 - ICAO
AD-2-EYKA-39
Bird Concentration in the Vicinity of Kaunas Airport
AD-2-EYKA-41
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