ENBR —  BERGEN / Flesland

ENBR AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

ENBR —  BERGEN / Flesland

ENBR AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

601737N 0051305E

REF AD 2 ENBR 2-1

2

Direction and distance from city

6.5 NM SW of Bergen

3

ELEV/REF TEMP

166 FT / 17.9°C

4

Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN

147 FT

5

MAG VAR / Annual Change

1.4°E (2020) / 0.2°E

6

Administration

Address

Avinor
Postboks 34 Flesland
5869 Bergen
Norge

 

Telephone

(+47) 67 03 11 00

 

Fax

NIL

 

E-mail address

 

Web page

NIL

 

AFS/AFTN

ENBRZTZX

7

Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR - VFR
8

RMK

AD reference code:

RWY 17: Code 4E, precision CAT II

RWY 35: Code 4E, precision CAT I

ENBR AD 2.3  Operational hours

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

AD Administration

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

2

Customs and immigration

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

3

Health and sanitation

NIL

4

AIS briefing office

CENTRAL AIS AT ENGM

H24

TEL: +47 64 81 90 00, E-mail: ais@avinor.no

5

ATS reporting office (ARO)

NIL

6

MET briefing office

NIL

7

ATS

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

8

Fuelling

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

9

Handling

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

10

Security

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

11

De-icing

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

12

RMK

NIL

ENBR AD 2.4  Handling services and facilities

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Cargo handling facilities

Ja /

Yes

2

Fuel and oil types

Jet A1 , AVGAS 100 LL

3

Fuelling facilities/capacity

REF AD 2.20 for detaljert informasjon /

REF AD 2.20 for detailed information

4

De-icing facilities

AVBL

5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Widerøe teknisk tjenesteTEL 98 90 16 17
Seniortekniker TEL 98 90 16 19
/

Wideroe Technical Services TEL (+47) 98 90 16 17
Senior technichian TEL (+47) 98 90 16 19

6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Widerøe teknisk tjenesteTEL 98 90 16 17
Seniortekniker TEL 98 90 16 19
/

Wideroe Technical Services TEL (+47) 98 90 16 17
Senior technichian TEL (+47) 98 90 16 19

7

RMK

Ground handling er obligatorisk for all ervervsmessig trafikk. /

Ground handling is compulsory for commercial flights.

ENBR AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Hotels

På lufthavnen /

At the airport

2

Restaurants

På lufthavnen /

At the airport

3

Transportation

Buss og Taxi /

Buses and taxis

4

Medical facilities

Nær lufthavnen, sykehus i Bergen. /

Near the airport, hospital in Bergen

5

Bank/Post

Bank på lufthavnen. Post i nærheten av lufthavnen. /

Bank at the airport. Post near the airport.

6

Tourist Office

I Bergen. /

In Bergen.

7

RMK

Servicesenter (Informasjonskontor) på flyplassen. /

Service Centre (Information desk) at the airport

ENBR AD 2.6  Rescue and fire fighting services

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

AD category for rescue and fire fighting services

CAT 7 : REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

CAT 9 : REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

2

Rescue EQPT

AVBL

3

Capability for removal of disabled ACFT

Vil bli utført /

Will be arranged

4

RMK

NIL

ENBR AD 2.7  Seasonal availability - clearing

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Types of clearing EQPT

Snøryddingsutstyr /

Snow removal EQPT

2

Clearance priorities

REF AD 1.2

3

RMK

NIL

ENBR AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Apron surface and strength

APRON N : ASPH PCN-65/F/A/X/U

DE-ICE PLATFORM : ASPH PCN-63/F/A/W/T

HELI APRON : ASPH PCN-65/F/A/X/U

HELI BRAVO : ASPH PCN-66/F/A/W/T

REMOTE APRON S : ASPH PCN-65/F/A/W/U

TERMINAL APRON : CONC PCN-65/R/A/X/U

2

TWY width, surface and strength

TWY A1, A2, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-70/F/A/W/T, reference code E

TWY A3, A7, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-63/F/A/W/T, reference code E

TWY A4, A6, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-63/F/A/X/T, reference code E

TWY A5, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-63/F/A/X/T, reference code D

TWY A8, H, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-77/F/A/W/T, reference code E

TWY A9, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-120/F/A/W/T, reference code E

TWY B, WID 16 M, ASPH, PCN-65/F/A/X/U, reference code C

TWY C, D, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-69/F/A/W/T, reference code D

TWY E, G, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-69/F/A/W/T, reference code E

TWY F, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-58/F/A/W/T, reference code D

TWY J, U, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY M, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-70/F/A/W/T, reference code D

TWY N, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-70/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY R, WID 23 M, PCN-70/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY W, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, reference code D

TWY Y, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, reference code E

3

ACL, location and ELEV

REF AD 2 ENBR 2-3

4

INS checkpoint, location and ELEV

REF ACFT Stands

5

RMK

TWY B: TWY B west of TWY U, WID 23 M, ACFT code E, PCN-69/F/A/X/T.
TWY B east of TWY U, WID 16 M, ACFT code B, PCN-15/F/C/X/U.
TWY B to de-icing pad 3, ACFT code E, limited to max wingspan 61 M.

TWY C, F: Max wingspan 41,5 M

TWY D: Max wingspan 41,5 M

TWY J: Air taxiing of helicopters prohibited.

TWY U: Air taxiing of helicopters prohibited. MAX wingspan 61 M.

TWY M: Max wingspan 41,5 M.

TWY W: Max wingspan 41,5 M. ACFT code E via TWY G to/from stand 24, and via TWY E to/from stand 27


REF AD 2 ENBR 2-3

ENBR AD 2.9  Surface movement guidance and control system and markings

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Use of ACFT stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/PRKG guidance system of ACFT stands

Apron : Guide lines on apron.

2

RWY/TWY markings and LGT

RWY marking
RWY: THR, designator, TDZ, siktepunkt, CL og kant /
THR, designation, TDZ, aiming point, CL and edge

RWY LGT
RWY: THR, CL, EDGE, END, TDZ, AIM

TWY marking
TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9: CL, edge, HLDG PSN and RWY AHEAD
TWY B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, W, Y: CL and edge
TWY M, N, R, U: CL

TWY LGT
TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9: CL, RWY guard LGT
TWY B: Edge east of TWY U. Partly CL west of TWY U
TWY C, D, E, F, G, H, J, M, N, R, U, W, Y: CL

3

Stop bars

TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A8, A9: Stop bars at RWY HLDG PSN

4

RMK

RWY : White CL LGT, 15 M spacing and flush with SFC, between RWY SFC end and THR.

ENBR AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

Obstacle data AVBL at www.avinor.no/ais

ENBR AD 2.11  Meteorological information provided

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Responsible unit

Værvarslinga for Vestlandet / MWO Bergen TEL (+47) 55 23 66 50

2

Hours of service

H24

3

Office responsible for TAF preparation, Periods of validity

MWO Bergen, 24 HR

4

Type of landing forecast

TREND, HR of SER REF GEN 3.5

5

Briefing

MWO Bergen TEL (+47) 55 23 66 50

6

Flight documentation, Language(s) used

NIL

7

Charts and other INFO AVBL

REF GEN 3.1 and GEN 3.5

8

Supplementary EQPT AVBL for INFO

REF GEN 3.5

9

ATS units provided with INFO

Flesland TWR

10

Additional INFO

NIL

ENBR AD 2.12  Runway physical characteristics

RWYBRG GEODMN
(M)
SFC - RWYTHR COORDRWY end COORDRWY SFC end COORDTHR GUND (FT)THR ELEV (FT)RWY/RESA Slope
Strength
1234567

17

170.53°

2990 x 45

ASPH , Grooved

PCN- 70 / F / A / X / U

601815.24N 0051252.17E

601653.75N 0051319.53E

601648.54N 0051321.29E

146.8

165.8

REF AOC-A REF AD 2 ENBR 3-1/2

35

350.54°

601657.16N 0051318.39E

601817.63N 0051251.36E

601823.83N 0051249.30E

146.8

146.7

RWYRESA overrun (M)RESA undershoot (M)CWY (M)Strip (M)OFZRMK
189101112

17

240 x 150

240 x 150

293 x 150

2990 x 280

-

 

NIL

35

240 x 150

240 x 150

300 x 150

-

 

NIL

ENBR AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY

TORA (M)

ASDA (M)

TODA (M)

LDA (M)

RMK
123456
17 2826 2826 3119 2557

NIL

35 2795 2795 3095 2525

NIL

Reduced (Alternate) Take-off PSN
RWYTKOF PSN
(Intersection)

TORA (M)

ASDA (M)

TODA (M)

RMK
12345
17 TWY A2 2565 2565 2858

NIL

TWY A3 2120 2120 2413

NIL

TWY A4 1749 1749 2042

NIL

TWY A5 1378 1378 1671

NIL

TWY A6 847 847 1140

NIL

35 TWY A8 2525 2525 2825

NIL

TWY A7 2088 2088 2388

NIL

TWY A6 1807 1807 2107

NIL

TWY A5 1276 1276 1576

NIL

TWY A4 906 906 1206

NIL

ENBR AD 2.14  Approach and runway lighting

RWYAPCH LGT
type/
LEN INTST
THR LGT
colour
WBAR
VASIS
PAPI
(MEHT)
TDZ
LGT
LEN
RWY CL LGT
LEN, spacing,
colour, INTST
RWY edge LGT
LEN, spacing,
colour, INTST
RWY end LGT colour
WBAR
RESA
LGT
LEN,
colour
RMK
12345678910

17

CAT II/III

900 M

LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Both 3°

( 49 FT)

900 M

1666 M, 15 M White,
600 M, 15 M White/Red,
300 M, 15 M Red

LIH

1966 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: Inner 450 M single light sources, outer 450 M double light sources. XBAR at 750, 600, 450, 300 and 150 M FM THR. SFL on CL FM 780 to 300 M FM THR.

CL: White CL LGT, 15 M spacing and flush with SFC, between RWY SFC end and THR.

35

CAT I

450 M

LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Both 3°

( 59 FT)

NIL

1625 M, 15 M White,
600 M, 15 M White/Red,
300 M, 15 M Red

LIH

1925 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: Single light sources. XBAR at 150, 300 and 450 M FM THR.

CL: White CL LGT, 15 M spacing and flush with SFC, between RWY SFC end and THR.

ENBR AD 2.15  Other lighting, secondary power supply

ENGLISH
1

ABN/IBN location, characteristics and HR of OPER

NIL

2

LDI/Anemometer location and LGT

LDI: LGTD WDI by TWY A2, A5 and A8.

Anemometer: Skålkorsanemometer 270 M NE for THR RWY 17.
Skålkorsanemometer 175 M NE for THR RWY 35.
/

Cupanemometer 270 M NE of THR RWY 17.
Cupanemometer 175 M NE of THR RWY 35.

3

TWY edge and CL LGT

Edge:

TWY B

  

CL:

TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, M, N, R, U, W, Y

4

Secondary PWR supply / Switch over time

UPS for alle AD LGT. Automatisk omkoblingstid mindre enn 1 SEC. /

UPS for all AD LGT. Automatic switch-over time less than 1 SEC

5

RMK

NIL

ENBR AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

ENGLISH
1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

TLOF B: intersection between TWY Y and TWY B/A4

601750.06N 0051312.22E

TLOF C: intersection between TWY Y and TWY C/A5

601738.24N 0051316.18E

TLOF D: intersection between TWY Y and TWY D

601726.54N 0051320.11E

TLOF E: intersection between TWY Y and TWY E/A6

601721.32N 0051321.87E
 

Geoid undulation

TLOF ALL: 146.8 FT

2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation

TLOF B: 140.6 FT

TLOF C: 151.4 FT

TLOF D: 166.1 FT

TLOF E: 162.1 FT

3

TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking, lighting

TLOF B: 9 M x 9 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, Marking/merking: TLOF er rund, dimensjonert for D-verdi 21 M eller mindre.
Gul markering.
/ TLOF circular, dimensioned for D-value 21 M or smaller.
Yellow marking.
, Belysning/Lighting: Green

TLOF C: 9 M x 9 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, Marking/merking: TLOF er rund, dimensjonert for D-verdi 21 M eller mindre.
Gul markering.
/ TLOF circular, dimensioned for D-value 21 M or smaller.
Yellow marking.
, Belysning/Lighting: Green

TLOF D: 9 M x 9 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, Marking/merking: TLOF er rund, dimensjonert for D-verdi 21 M eller mindre.
Gul markering
/ TLOF circular, dimensioned for D-value 21 M or smaller.
Yellow marking
, Belysning/Lighting: Green

TLOF E: 9 M x 9 M, ASPH, PCN-66/F/A/W/T, Marking/merking: TLOF er rund, dimensjonert for D-verdi 21 M eller mindre.
Gul markering.
/ TLOF circular, dimensioned for D-value 21 M or smaller.
Yellow marking.
, Belysning/Lighting: Green

4

True BRG of FATO

NIL

5

Declared distance available

NIL

6

APP and FATO lighting

NIL

7

RMK

RWY 17/35 can be used as FATO.

ENBR AD 2.17  ATS airspace

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Designation and lateral limits

Flesland CTR

602800N 0050100E - 602800N 0051500E - 601900N 0052200E - 600800N 0052300E - 600700N 0050200E - 602200N 0045600E - (602800N 0050100E)

2

Vertical limits

GND to 2000 FT AMSL

3

Airspace classification

D

4

ATS unit call sign, language(s)

Flesland Tower

English

5

Transition altitude

7000 FT

6

Hours of applicability

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

7

RMK

NIL

ENBR AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service DesignationCall SignFREQHRRMK
12345

ATIS

Flesland Information

125.250 MHZ

H24

D-ATIS AVBL via ACARS

CLR

Flesland Delivery

123.400 MHZ

HO

NIL

SMC

Flesland Ground

121.900 MHZ

HO

NIL

TWR

Flesland Tower

119.100 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

121.500 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

122.100 MHZ

HO

NIL

APP (ARR)

Flesland Director

118.850 MHZ

HO

IFR TFC only

APP

Flesland Approach

121.000 MHZ

HO

Sector West

APP

Flesland Approach

126.100 MHZ

HO

Sector East

  

121.500 MHZ

HO

NIL

ENBR AD 2.19  Radio navigation and landing aids

Type, CAT (VAR)IDFREQHRPSNDME
ELEV
RMK
1234567

LOC RWY 17

(VAR: 1°E/2020)

BR

109.900 MHZ

H24

601644.04N 0051322.80E

 

ILS CAT II, 169.1° MAG

GP RWY 17

 

333.800 MHZ

H24

601801.94N 0051248.72E

 

GP 3.0°, RDH 52 FT

GP not to be used outside 5° on either side of the LOC front course

DME RWY 17

BR

CH 36X

H24

601801.93N 0051248.89E

185 FT

( Bergen/Flesland )

Paired LOC RWY 17

LOC RWY 35

(VAR: 1°E/2020)

BG

110.500 MHZ

H24

601827.27N 0051248.12E

 

ILS CAT I, 349.1° MAG

GP RWY 35

 

329.600 MHZ

H24

601707.76N 0051309.82E

 

GP 3.0°, RDH 56 FT

DME RWY 35

BG

CH 42X

H24

601707.93N 0051309.22E

160 FT

( Bergen/Flesland )

Paired LOC RWY 35

D VOR/DME

(DECL: 1°E/2020)

FLS

115.550 MHZ/

CH 102Y

H24

601840.54N 0051243.90E

213 FT

( Flesland )

FRA (I)

D VOR/DME

(DECL: 1°E/2020)

VOO

114.850 MHZ/

CH 95Y

H24

603256.15N 0050743.65E

1 051 FT

( Vollo )

FRA (I)

TACAN

(DECL: 1°E/2020)

FLE

CH 92X

H24

601800.00N 0051248.96E

194 FT

( Flesland )

ENBR AD 2.20  Local aerodrome regulations

1  AD availability
1.1 AD approved for:
  • VFR operations in daylight and darkness,

  • IFR operations.

Note: AD is approved for CAT I and CAT II operations but not CAT III operations.

1.2 AD may not be used by ACFT with larger code letter than E.
1.3 Except in emergency AD shall not be used by ACFT with wingspan exceeding 74 M. Avinor may grant exemptions based on an Approach and Departure Risk Assessment. Request must be send AD minimum four weeks prior to operations.
1.4 Prior approval (”slot-time”) is mandatory in accordance with
para. 2.
1.5 Handling service is mandatory for all commercial flights
1.6 With the exemption of HOSP/SAR/EMERG and HEL traffic, a complete ICAO FPL is mandatory for all VFR flights to/from the aerodrome. ATC is authorized to make exemptions from this requirement.
1.7 With the exemption of HOSP/SAR/EMERG and HELI traffic, prior permission is required (PPR) for all VFR flights to/from the aerodrome. The permission shall be obtained from the Aircraft parking office TEL (+47) 67 03 15 70.
2  Application and approval of departure- and arrival time (”slot-time”) for IFR flights
2.1  General
2.1.1 Prior approval (”slot-time”) is mandatory for all IFR flights, except:
  • aircraft using the aerodrome as alternate due to meteorological, technical or safety reasons

  • aircraft on ambulance-, search- or rescue mission

  • helicopters

2.1.2 Cancellation or intentional changes of previously coordinated flights, shall be notified as soon as possible.
2.1.3 A request for handling shall be forwarded separately directly to the handling agent.
2.1.4 A taxi time of 10 minutes (after landing and before take-off), should be used in schedule calculations.
2.2  Commercial flights with airplanes
2.2.1 Application for “slot-time” shall be submitted to Avinor Scheduling Coordinator:
Post:

Airport Coordination Norway AS
Henrik Ibsens veg
NO-2060 Gardermoen

TEL: +47 64 81 90 50

E-mail: scr@airportcoordination.com

2.2.2 To allow for planning, the application should be delivered well in advance. It shall be formulated in accordance with international standard (SSIM-format) and time limits.
2.2.3 Traffic rights, granted by Norwegian CAA, do not include
“slot-time”-approval, and vice versa.
2.3  Other flights
2.3.1 Application for “slot-time” shall be submitted via e-mail to Aircraft Parking Office, not later than 3 hours before planned flight:

.

E-mail: flyparkering.bergen@avinor.no

TEL: +47 67 03 15 70

2.3.2 Application for “slot-time” shall include at least the following information:
  • date of flight

  • type of flight

  • aircraft registration

  • aircraft type

  • estimated time of arrival (ETA) to and/or estimated off-block time (EOBT) from Bergen/Flesland (UTC).

3  Allocation of aircraft parking stand
3.1 The Aircraft Parking Office allocates parking stands to all aircraft:
Post:

Avinor
Flyparkeringskontoret
P.O Box 34
NO-5869 Bergen

TEL: +47 67 03 15 70

FAX: +47 67 03 15 71

E-mail: flyparkering.bergen@avinor.no

3.2 Allocated parking stand will be notified by TWR.
3.3 Commercial flights are normally allocated an aircraft stand on Apron N, Terminal Apron or Remote Apron S,
REF AD 2 ENBR 2-3.
3.4 Non-commercial flights are normally allocated parking on other aprons than those mentioned in 3.3.
3.5 Special requests regarding parking must be notified in association with the “slot-time”-application.
4  ATC clearance
4.1 ATC clearance should be obtained before start-up, and is available 30 MIN before EOBT.
5  Start-up
5.1 Approval for start-up (for departure) shall be obtained from TWR.
5.2 When start-up approval is received, the start-up shall commence immediately.
6  Push-back
6.1 Approval for push-back shall be obtained from TWR.
6.2 Use of aircraft engines to move backwards (power back) is prohibited on aprons.
6.3 Push-back shall be performed in accordance with local procedures, published in “Pushback Manual, Bergen Lufthavn, Flesland”.
7  De-icing
7.1 De-icing shall be ordered via handling agent, or directly from one of the de-icing operators:

Aviator De-icing:

FREQ 131.750 MHZ / TEL (+47) 920 41 009

Widerøe Ground Handling:

FREQ 121.850 MHZ / TEL (+47) 957 14 365.

7.2 Aircraft code D, or smaller, shall be de-iced at the de-icing platform, REF AD 2 ENBR 2-5.

The following code E aircraft shall also be de-iced at the de-icing platform:

  • A332/A333

  • A342/A343

  • B741/B742/B743

  • B772

  • B788/B789

  • IL96

7.3 Aircraft code E not mentioned above, and aircraft code F, shall be de-iced at stand 1.
7.4 Operations on the de-icing platform are coordinated by DE-ICE leader, FREQ 121.850 MHZ, call sign “DE-ICE”,
or TEL +47 417 06 631
7.5 Anti-icing is allowed on ACFT parking stands 10-48.
7.6 Aircraft requiring de-icing shall inform TWR before start-up.
8  Reduced runway separation
8.1 Reduced runway separation may be applied between CAT 1 and 2 aircraft, in accordance with AD 1.1 para. 6.6.
8.2 Minimum separation for RWY 17 and RWY 35:
8.2.1 Between a landing CAT 1 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 600 M
8.2.2 Between a landing CAT 2 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 1500 M
8.2.3 Between a departing CAT 1 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 600 M
8.2.4 Between a departing CAT 2 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 1500 M
9  Wake turbulence separation minima for departures from TWY A2 and A8
9.1 Regarding wake turbulence separation minima, a take-off from TWY A2 on RWY 17, and from TWY A8 on RWY 35, is not considered to be a departure from an intermediate part of the runway, REF ICAO DOC 4444, para 5.8.3.2.
9.2 TWR will apply minimum 2 MIN separation between a LIGHT aircraft taking off from A2/A8 behind a MEDIUM aircraft taking off from A1/A9.
10  Compulsory two-way radio communication
10.1 Aircraft and vehicles shall establish and maintain two-way radio communication with TWR, and obtain clearance, before any motion within the area defined as manoeuvring area,
REF AD 2 ENBR 2-3.
10.2 Aircraft, including aircraft being towed, shall establish and maintain two-way radio communication with TWR before any motion within the following areas:
  1. Terminal Apron

  2. Apron N

  3. The de-icing platform, i.e. TWY J, TWY U and TWY B west of TWY U.

11  FPL route for IFR departures
11.1 Except as stated in 11.2, IFR departures shall select a SID termination point from the table below, corresponding approximately to the direction of flight, and insert as the first point of the route field (item 15 c) in the flight plan.

RETNING / DIRECTION

SID-ENDEPUNKT / SID TERMINATION POINT

N

OLDAS

NE

INTUM

E

GOKAB

SE

TINIG

S

TUXIL

SW

EPOTU

W

EPOTU eller/or REKLI

NW

REKLI

11.2 IFR departures to ENHD and ENZV shall insert BEGOD as the first (and only) point of the route field (item 15 c) in the flight plan.
12  Use of intersection for departure
12.1 When issuing taxi clearance to runway holding position, TWR will normally direct aircraft to RWY intersections in accordance with the table below:

ACFT

Intersection

RWY 17

Intersection

RWY 35

Helikoptre på HELI APRON/

Helicopters on HELI APRON

A5

A6

Lette fly (vingevirvelkategori LIGHT) /

Light aeroplanes (wake turbulence category LIGHT)

A2

A8

Andre luftfartøy /

Other aircraft

“Intersection” vil ikke bli spesifisert. Flygere forventes å takse til begynnelsen av RWY /

Intersection will not be specified. Pilots are expected to taxi to the beginning of the RWY.

12.2 Pilots are encouraged to state (preferably when on
TWR frequency):
  1. Ready (or not ready) for departure, e.g.
    READY [FOR DEPARTURE] (or NOT YET READY)

  2. Acceptable or desired intersection for departure, e.g. ABLE FROM A3 (or A2) (or [REQUIRE] FULL LENGHT)

13  Fuelling
13.1 No limitations on capacity and equipment. Fuel may be ordered from Flytanking AS via TEL +47 55 92 64 64, or Duty TEL +47 414 17 433.
13.2 Jet A1 and 100LL also available H24 at GA area from automatic fuel pump. Method of payment Mastercard and Visa.

ENBR AD 2.21  Noise abatement procedures

1  General

The following noise abatement procedures are mandatory unless otherwise instructed by ATC or unless deviations are required in the interests of safety.

Instructions which will imply deviations from the noise abatement procedures will include the phrase “DISREGARD NOISE ABATEMENT”.

2  Approach/Landing
2.1 Visual approach

Aeroplanes with MTOM more than 7000 KG making a visual approach, shall join final at or above 2000 FT AMSL and descend below PAPI glide path shall not be executed, REF Visual Approach Chart – ICAO, RWY 17 and 35 (AD 2 ENBR 6-3 and 6-4).

2.2 VFR APCH with fighter ACFT

Fighter ACFT shall adhere to the following VFR-traffic pattern:
Approaches to be made along a line APRX 10 DEG west of extended runway centre line, with IP (initial point) RWY 17 at Håkonshella, and IP RWY 35 at Bjelkarøy/Buarøy.
Both IPs at 1500 FT AMSL. Circling to be made west of AD.

3  Take-off/climb-out

The following departure procedures is mandatory for aeroplanes with MTOM more than 7000 KG:

Climb straight ahead. Turn to the west can be started at 1500 FT AMSL. Turn to the east can be started at 2000 FT AMSL.

Note: Departure tracks are incorporated in SID.

4  School and training flights

School and training flights (i.e. landing circuits VFR and IFR) are prohibited 2100-0600, and SUN/HOL 0600-1200.

5  Engine testing area
5.1 As far as possible, engine testing shall be avoided in the period 2100-0600.
5.2 Testing of helicopter engines, and of aeroplane engines on idle power, may take place at locations suitable for the operator, e.g. on aircraft stands, outside hangar, etc. The activity may take place without information to TWR.
5.3 Testing of aeroplane engines with more power than idle, shall take place at one of the following areas:
  1. On the northern end of TWY Y, by TWY A1

  2. On the southern end of TWY Y, by TWY A9

The aeroplane shall be positioned with nose to the south or to the north, and the fuselage parallel to TWY Y.

Which area to be used, depends on RWY in use, and is determined by the TWR. The areas are located on the manoeuvring area and clearance shall be obtained from TWR.

ENBR AD 2.22  Flight Procedures

1  Arrival procedures IFR
1.1 The procedures for standard instrument arrival (STAR) are based on RNAV 1 using GNSS sensor (indicated as PBN/D1, D2, O1 or O2, in FPL field 18).

An aeroplane without approval for RNAV 1 based on GNSS, will be vectored to final, or cleared/vectored to a point from where approach can be made.

1.2 ENBR STAR is based on Point Merge System (PMS) and accommodates Basic Continuous Descent Operations (B-CDO).
Each STAR contains segments forming a curved sequencing leg equidistant from the Merge Point (MP). The sequencing leg shall be regarded as a delay manoeuvre for use during periods with heavy traffic. All STAR procedures are described from the start point via intermediate waypoints to the MP, from where an instrument approach procedure commences.
Arriving aircraft established on the STAR can expect clearance direct to MP when traffic permits. Succeeding aircraft will subsequently be cleared direct to MP when sufficient spacing to preceding aircraft is obtained.
Hence, a precise sequencing can be achieved whilst the aircraft maintain own navigation (LNAV).
When cleared direct to MP and also having received an instrument approach clearance, the aircraft shall follow the transition from MP to final as stated in the relevant instrument approach procedure.
1.3 ENBR Merge Points (MP) NEPAM, GILVA, RIVIP, GODID
2  Departure procedures IFR
2.1 The procedures for standard instrument departure (SID) are based on RNAV 1 using GNSS sensor (indicated as PBN/D1, D2, O1 or O2, in FPL field 18).

An aeroplane without approval for RNAV 1 based on GNSS, will be cleared via OMNI-DIRECTIONAL DEPARTURE. After departure the aeroplane will be cleared or vectored to a point from where the flight can continue in accordance with the flight plan.

2.2 SSR transponder failure

An aeroplane not visible on ATC surveillance equipment after departure, will not be allowed to continue its flight in accordance with the flight plan. The aeroplane will be cleared to a holding pattern, and instructed to hold until the situation allows a return to the airport.

The following holding patterns will be used, corresponding to RWY in use:

RWY 17: BENTI HLDG
RWY 35: LELMI HLDG

3  Operations under limited visibility conditions (RAVP)
3.1 Ground traffic is monitored by SMR in reduced visibility.
3.2 Operations under limited visibility conditions (RAVP) is available for RWY 17/35 as long as the necessary aids are available.
3.3 RAVP is normally prepared by ATC when RVR is less than 2000 M or ceiling is is less than 300 FT, in preparation of LVP. (LVP will be in operation at the latest when RVR is 550 M, REF para 4.1.)
3.4 During RAVP, ATC will limited the number of ACFT operating on the manoeuvring area at the same time to what is considered safe during the circumstances.
3.5 Pilots will be informed via ATIS or RTF when RAVP is in operation, and via RTF when RAVP is cancelled.
4  Low visibility procedures (LVP)
4.1 Ground traffic is monitored by SMR in reduced visibility.
4.2 LVP will normally be in operation when RVR is less than or equal to 750 M, and at the latest when RVR is 550 M, or ceiling is less than or equal to 250 FT.
4.3 Pilots will be informed via ATIS or RTF when LVP is in operation, and via RTF when LVP is cancelled.
4.4 Permitted operations:
  • ILS CAT II approach RWY 17 when RVR is above or equal to 300 M.

  • LVTO Fixed Wing RWY 17/35 when RVR is above or equal to 150 M.

  • LVTO HELI when RVR is above or equal to 400 M.

Note: No operations permitted at RVR below 150 M.

4.5 The stop bars at RWY holding positions will be used. All traffic shall stop and wait short of an illuminated stop bar until the stop bar is switched off and clearance to continue is received via RTF from ATC. In case of stop bar failure, REF para 4.9.
4.6 When RVR below 550 M, selected stop bars and illuminated intermediate holding positions are operated.
4.7 When RVR less than or equal to 400 M, aircraft parked at stands not approved for CAT II operations shall be repositioned to stands approved for CAT II operations (Stand 15-20 and 23-28) by towing and the use of follow-me vehicle.
4.8 When RVR below 400 M available RWY entries/exits are limited to:

RWY 17: RWY entry via A1 / RWY exit via A9

Note: A7 AVBL for RWY exit on ATC discretion

RWY 35: RWY entry via A9 / -

TWY LGT on other RWY entries/exits will be switched off.

4.9 Pilots are to delay the report “RWY vacated” until the ACFT has completely passed the end of the green/yellow coloured TWY CL LGT.
4.10 In case an aircraft (or other traffic) has to cross an illuminated stop bar, the following applies:
  • The aircraft has to be visible for the TWR, either visually or by surface movement radar.

  • The following phraseology will be used to describe that the stop bar is U/S, that the ATC cannot turn off the lights, and that crossing of an illuminated stop bar is approved:
    “Call sign” STOPBAR OUT OF SERVICE. I AM NOT ABLE TO TURN OF THE LIGHTS. CROSSING APPROVED VIA
    “TWY in use”, LINE UP “RWY in use”.

  • If a pilot requests confirmation that the illuminated stop bar can be crossed, the request will be answered with “AFFIRM” and not a clearance to do so.

5  Arrival speed
5.1 Unless otherwise instructed by ATC, ACFT on instrument approach shall maintain MNM 160 KT IAS to 4 NM from THR. Inform ATC if unable to comply.
6  Visual approach from the east
6.1 VFR operations may occur in uncontrolled airspace below TMA, especially above the city of Bergen and Os/Ulven. After descent clearance is received, visual approaches from the east should maintain MNM 2500 FT until passing these points.
7  School and training flights
7.1 Touch-and-go traffic and instrument approach training will only be permitted during periods with low traffic.
8  Operation of SSR transponder and TCAS equipment on the ground
8.1 To ensure optimal functionality of ground surveillance equipment (A-SMGCS) and other systems, the rules below apply.
8.2 Departing aircraft shall select assigned SSR code and activate the transponder before commencing “push-back or taxi.
8.3 Arriving aircraft shall maintain assigned SSR code after landing, and keep the transponder activated, until the aircraft has parked. The SSR code shall thereafter be altered to 2000 (or another non-discrete code in accordance with ENR 1.6, item 2.1.2 c) before the transponder is 4switched to OFF/SDBY.
8.4 Except for aircraft being towed, aircraft shall activate the transponder before any movement on the ground. If a discrete SSR code is not assigned, the aircraft shall select SSR code 2000 (or another non-discrete code in accordance with ENR 1.6, item 2.1.2 c).
8.5 Equally shall also all other types of vehicles (inspection car, fire truck, snow clearance truck, push back tractor, luggage cars, etc.) activate the transponder when operating on the manoeuvring area.
8.6 TCAS equipment shall be used on the runway only, i.e. to be activated when the runway is entered, and de-activated when the runway is vacated.
9  Photo and survey flights
9.1 Flights operating on photo and survey missions within Flesland CTR and/or TMA, shall be coordinated with ATC in advance.
9.2 The pilot-in-command of such flights shall contact Flesland ATC Supervisor on TEL (+47) 55 92 96 11, not later than 1500 UTC the day before planned operations. For flights planned on Saturday or Sunday, the deadline is 1500 UTC on Friday. Map, HRS of operations and call sign for the specific day’s operation shall be presented.
10  FRA Connecting Routes
10.1 FRA Connecting Routes are established between SID final waypoint and FRA Departure Connecting Point,
REF ENR 3.5 - 3/5 and ENR 6.3 - 27

ENBR AD 2.23  Additional Information

1  General
1.1 ENBR has heavy helicopter traffic to installations in the North Sea. The helicopters use both RWY and TWY Y for departure and landing. Simultaneous use of TWY Y and RWY is done in accordance with local separation procedures.

The helicopters will partly follow the same instrument approach procedures as other aircraft, hence delays will often be encountered.

2  International Health Regulations (IHR)
2.1 The airport is designated as IHR airport, REF GEN 1.3, item 4
3  Differences from ICAO Annex 14 SARPS - Aerodromes
3.1 Longitudinal slope on the northern part of RWY is steeper than prescribed, REF para 3.1.13.
3.2 There is not an unobstructed line of sight between any point 3 M above the RWY to all other points 3 M above the RWY within a distance of at least half the RWY length, REF para 3.1.7.
3.3 The transition between longitudinal slopes are on parts of RWY shorter than prescribed, REF para 3.1.18.
3.4 Antennas and instrument cabins constitute obstacles on the ungraded part of strip, REF para 3.4.6 and ch. 9.9.
3.5 Longitudinal slopes on the strip are some places steeper than prescribed, REF para 3.4.13.
3.6 Transverse slopes on the strip are some places steeper than prescribed, REF para 3.4.15.
3.7 The distance between TWY Y and TWY W is less than prescribed, REF para 3.9.8.
3.8 Longitudinal slopes on parts of TWY Y are steeper than prescribed, REF para 3.9.8.
3.9 Transverse slopes on parts of TWY Y are steeper than prescribed, REF para 3.9.11.
3.10 The space between ACFT and passenger bridge is less than prescribed when code C ACFT use stand 23-32 and code D ACFT use stand 24 and 27, REF para 3.13.6.
3.11 RWY AHEAD is used as mandatory instruction marking,
REF para 5.2.16.
4  Differences from "Forskrift om etablering, organisering og drift av lufttrafikktjeneste" (BSL G 2-1)
4.1 Differences from "BSL G 2-1, kapittel 5 "Infrastruktur",
§ 23 "Lokaler" (2):
The following parts of the manoeuvring area are not visible from the control tower:
  • The intersection between TWY B and TWY W

  • TWY B east of TWY W

  • TWY J

  • TWY W between TWY J and TWY C

  • TWY M, N and R

4.2 Differences from "BSL G 2-1, kapittel 5, § 24, vedlegg 7 "Krav til utstyr for lufttrafikktjenesten", pkt. 3 "Tilleggsutstyr", (1) c og (2):

The ATC unit is not equipped with VHF direction finding equipment (VDF).

5  Wind shear warning
5.1 When wind is above 12 KT from directions 200-340° wind shear may occur on short final to both runways.
6  Bird collision hazard
6.1 The areas along the RWY and TWY attracts birds and may cause bird concentrations on the AD.
7  Hang- and paragliding
7.1 Hang- and paragliding activity may occur NE of AD outside controlled airspace below Flesland TMA, especially at Ulriken (close to Bergen city) and Unneland, REF AD 2 ENBR 6-1, 6-2,
6-3 and 6-4.
8  Approach and runway lights
8.1 The light intensity for SFL is adjustable in 3 stages, intensity
3 - 10 - 100%, REF AD 1.1.
8.2 The light intensity for APCH and PAPI LGT is adjustable in
5 stages, intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100%, REF AD 1.1.
8.3 The light intensity for THR, RWY CL, RWY end and RWY edge LGT is adjustable in 5 stages, intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100%,
REF AD 1.1.
8.4 The light intensity for TWY LGT is adjustable in 5 stages,
intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100%, REF AD 1.1

ENBR AD 2.24  Charts related to an aerodrome

Chart NameSide/Page

Aerodrome Chart

AD 2 ENBR 2 - 1

Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart

AD 2 ENBR 2 - 2

Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - Coordinates

AD 2 ENBR 2 - 3

De-ice Areas

AD 2 ENBR 2 - 4

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 3 - 1

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 3 - 3

Precision Approach Terrain Chart (PATC) RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 3 - 5

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 1

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 2

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 3

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 17 - Textual

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 4

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 5

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 6

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 7

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 35 - Textual

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 8

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (SID) RWY 17/35 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 9

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (SID) RWY 17/35 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 10

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 11

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17 (2)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 12

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 13

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17 (2)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 14

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 15

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (2)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 16

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 18

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 19

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 20

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 21

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 22

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17 (VENIN 2A-2B)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 23

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17 (VENIN 2A-2B) - Route

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 24

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (UPEPI 1A-1B)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 25

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (UPEPI 1A-1B) - Route

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 26

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17/35 (FLS 2A)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 27

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 17/35 (FLS 2A) - Route

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 28

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (ELMEG 2A-2B)

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 29

Helicopter Point Boundary STAR (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 35 (ELMEG 2A-2B) - Route

AD 2 ENBR 4 - 30

ILS W RWY 17 CAT II

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 1

LOC W RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 2

ILS Y RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 3

LOC Y RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 4

RNP RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 5

RNP RWY 17 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 6

VOR RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 7

RNP 139

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 9

RNP 139 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 10

ILS W RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 11

LOC W RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 12

ILS Y RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 13

LOC Y RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 14

RNP RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 15

RNP RWY 35 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 16

VOR RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 17

RNP 043

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 19

RNP 043 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENBR 5 - 20

VFR - Routes

AD 2 ENBR 6 - 1

Visual Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 17

AD 2 ENBR 6 - 2

Visual Approach Chart - ICAO - RWY 35

AD 2 ENBR 6 - 3

TMA/TIA CHART FLESLAND/SOLA TMA

AD 2 ENBR 7 - 1

RNAV and SIG points used in SID/STAR/IAP are listed under ENR 4.4.2