ENVA —  TRONDHEIM / Værnes

ENVA AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

ENVA —  TRONDHEIM / Værnes

ENVA AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

632727N 0105527E

REF AD 2 ENVA 2-1

2

Direction and distance from city

15 NM E of Trondheim

3

ELEV/REF TEMP

56 FT / 19.4°C

4

Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN

127 FT

5

MAG VAR / Annual Change

4.1°E (2020) / 0.2°E

6

Administration

Address

Avinor
Trondheim lufthavn, Værnes
Postboks 150

2061 Gardermoen
Norge

 

Telephone

(+47) 67 03 28 00 Driftssentral / Operations centre

(+47) 67 03 25 00 Servicesenter / Service Centre

(+47) 67 03 00 00 Sentralbord / Switchboard

 

Fax

NIL

 

E-mail address

NIL

 

Web page

NIL

 

AFS/AFTN

ENVAZTZX

7

Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR - VFR
8

RMK

AD reference code:

RWY 09: Code 4E, precision CAT I

RWY 27: Code 4E, precision CAT I

ENVA AD 2.3  Operational hours

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

AD Administration

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

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

H24 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

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

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

12

RMK

NIL

ENVA AD 2.4  Handling services and facilities

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Cargo handling facilities

AVBL

2

Fuel and oil types

Jet A1 , AVGAS 100 LL

3

Fuelling facilities/capacity

Jet A1. REF AD 2.20 for utfyllende informasjon. 100LL. REF AD 2.20 for tilleggsinformasjon. /

Jet A1. REF AD 2.20 for additional information. 100LL. REF AD 2.20 for additional information.

TEL: +47 74 83 46 40

4

De-icing facilities

FREQ 131.750 MHZ FREQ 121.775 MHZ

5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Limited

6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Limited

7

RMK

NIL

ENVA AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Hotels

På AD /

At AD

2

Restaurants

På AD /

At AD

3

Transportation

Buss, tog, taxi og leiebiler /

Bus, train, taxi and rental cars

4

Medical facilities

På Stjørdal 2 km N of AD /

At Stjordal 2 km N of AD

5

Bank/Post

Bank på Stjørdal 2 km N av AD. /

Bank at Stjordal 2 km N of AD.

6

Tourist Office

På Stjørdal. 2 KM N av AD /

At Stjordal. 2 KM N of AD

7

RMK

Informasjonskontor på AD. /

Information office at AD.

ENVA 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

REF AD 1.2

3

Capability for removal of disabled ACFT

Koordineres av lufthavnadministrasjonen. /

Will be coordinated by airport authority.

4

RMK

NIL

ENVA 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

ENVA AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Apron surface and strength

EAST : CONC PCN-40/F/B/X/U

NORTH : CONC PCN-65/F/A/W/U

WEST : CONC PCN-80/R/A/W/T

2

TWY width, surface and strength

TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-65/F/A/X/U, reference code E

TWY A5, A6, A8, B1, J, K, L, M, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, reference code E

TWY B2, WID 27.7 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, reference code D

TWY H, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-80/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY N, WID 14 M, ASPH, reference code B

TWY W, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/W/U, reference code C

TWY Y, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, reference code D

3

ACL, location and ELEV

ACFT stand 22, 632707.84N 0105445.85E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 23, 632709.26N 0105445.86E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 24, 632710.68N 0105445.87E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 25, 632712.10N 0105445.88E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 26, 632713.52N 0105445.90E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 27, 632714.95N 0105445.91E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 28, 632716.37N 0105445.92E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 29, 632717.79N 0105445.98E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 30, 632717.60N 0105449.14E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code D

ACFT stand 31, 632717.59N 0105453.32E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code D

ACFT stand 32, 632717.58N 0105456.82E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 33, 632717.58N 0105459.75E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 34, 632717.58N 0105502.68E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 35, 632717.58N 0105505.60E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 36, 632717.57N 0105508.50E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 37, 632717.57N 0105511.80E, ELEV 34 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 38, 632718.94N 0105514.73E, ELEV 33 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 39, 632719.05N 0105518.67E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 40, 632718.38N 0105520.90E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code E

ACFT stand 40L, 632718.18N 0105520.53E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code D

ACFT stand 41, 632716.90N 0105520.88E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 41L, 632715.88N 0105520.87E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code E

ACFT stand 42, 632715.32N 0105520.86E, ELEV 35 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 43, 632713.85N 0105520.84E, ELEV 36 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 44, 632712.41N 0105520.82E, ELEV 36 FT, reference code C

ACFT stand 45, 632710.95N 0105520.81E, ELEV 36 FT, reference code C

4

INS checkpoint, location and ELEV

REF ACFT Stands

5

RMK

TWY J: Ref. code E from Y to stand 41L, Ref. code D south of stand 41L

TWY B2: South of ARP

TWY N: Max wingspan 24 M, max wheelspan 8 M. TWY N is not LGTD. During HR of darkness, follow-me is required.

TWY W: Max wingspan 36 M.

TWY Y: TWY Y BTN TWY A1 and A5: PCN-65/F/A/X/U. TWY Y BTN TWY A4 and A5: Width 40 M, concrete curbs each side, height 37 CM. TWY Y BTN TWY A5 and A8: PCN-65/F/A/X/U.

ACFT stand 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37: Nose-in guidance

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Apron surface and strength

EAST : CONC PCN-40/F/B/X/U

NORTH : CONC PCN-65/F/A/W/U

WEST : CONC PCN-80/R/A/W/T

2

TWY width, surface and strength

TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-65/F/A/X/U, reference code E

TWY A5, A6, A8, B1, J, K, L, M, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, reference code E

TWY B2, WID 27.7 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, reference code D

TWY H, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-80/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY N, WID 14 M, ASPH, reference code B

TWY W, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/W/U, reference code C

TWY Y, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, reference code D

3

ACL, location and ELEV

REF AD 2 ENVA 2-3

4

INS checkpoint, location and ELEV

REF ACFT Stands

5

RMK

TWY J: Ref. code E from Y to stand 41L, Ref. code D south of stand 41L

TWY B2: South of ARP

TWY N: Max wingspan 24 M, max wheelspan 8 M. TWY N is not LGTD. During HR of darkness, follow-me is required.

TWY W: Max wingspan 36 M.

TWY Y: TWY Y BTN TWY A1 and A5: PCN-65/F/A/X/U. TWY Y BTN TWY A4 and A5: Width 40 M, concrete curbs each side, height 37 CM. TWY Y BTN TWY A5 and A8: PCN-65/F/A/X/U.

REF AD 2 ENVA 2-3

ENVA 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. Follow-Me car is AVBL on request for guidance on aprons and TWY.
Marshaller is mandatory to/from stands 38-45, and to stands 22-29 if not parked offset.

Apron WEST, EAST: Flood lights.
Apron NORTH: Floodlights. Visual docking/PRKG guidance system at ACFT stands 30 to 37.

2

RWY/TWY markings and LGT

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

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

TWY marking
TWY A1: CL, edge, HLDG PSN and RWY AHEAD.
TWY A2, A3, A4, A8, B1, B2: CL, edge, HLDG PSN and RWY AHEAD
TWY A5, A6: CL, edge, HLDG PSN, RWY AHEAD and intermediate HLDG PSN
TWY H, J, L, M, Y: CL, edge and intermediate HLDG PSN
TWY K: CL, edge.
TWY N, W: CL and intermediate HLDG PSN

TWY LGT
TWY A1: CL, EDGE, RWY guard LGT
TWY A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A8: CL, RWY guard LGT
TWY B1, B2: EDGE, RWY guard LGT
TWY H, J, W: CL
TWY K: Edge.
TWY L, M: EDGE
TWY Y: CL, EDGE

3

Stop bars

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

4

RMK

TWY J: CL LGT on northern part only.
TWY Y: EDGE LGT BTN TWY A5 and A6 only

ENVA AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

Obstacle data AVBL at www.avinor.no/ais

ENVA 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, H24

4

Type of landing forecast

TREND, REF GEN 3.5

5

Briefing

TEL MWO Bergen

6

Flight documentation, Language(s) used

Plain language, tabular form, Norwegian/English

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

Værnes TWR

10

Additional INFO

Turbulence briefing AVBL at www.ippc.no

ENVA 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

09

090.21°

2996 x 45

ASPH/CONC , Grooved

PCN- 50 / F / A / X / U

632727.55N 0105329.33E

632727.23N 0105625.92E

632727.19N 0105647.67E

127.0

16.1

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

27

270.25°

632727.22N 0105630.91E

632727.54N 0105332.72E

632727.58N 0105311.46E

126.9

56.2

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

09

240 x 150

195 x 150

360 x 150

2996 x 280

-

Betong de siste 417 M av RWY. /

Concrete the last 417 M of RWY.

27

240 x 150

171 x 150

300 x 150

-

Betong de første 417 M av RWY. /

Concrete the first 417 M of RWY.

ENVA AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY

TORA (M)

ASDA (M)

TODA (M)

LDA (M)

RMK
123456
09 2694 2694 3054 2447

NIL

27 2701 2701 3001 2469

NIL

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

TORA (M)

ASDA (M)

TODA (M)

RMK
12345
09 TWY A2, TWY A3 2401 2401 2761

NIL

TWY A4 1806 1806 2166

NIL

TWY A5 1278 1278 1638

NIL

TWY B1 1263 1263 1623

NIL

TWY A6 827 827 1187

NIL

TWY B2 827 827 1187

NIL

27 TWY A8 2471 2471 2771

NIL

TWY A6 1599 1599 1899

NIL

TWY B2 1599 1599 1899

NIL

TWY B1 1163 1163 1463

NIL

TWY A5 1148 1148 1448

NIL

ENVA 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

09

CAT I

450 M

LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Both 3°

( 52 FT)

NIL

1546 M, 15 M White,
600 M, 15 M White/Red,
300 M, 15 M Red

LIH

1846 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: XBAR at 450, 300 and 150 M FM THR. FLG LGT on CL at 450 M FM THR

27

CAT I

480 M

LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Both 3.4°

( 56 FT)

NIL

1569 M, 15 M White,
600 M, 15 M White/Red,
300 M, 15 M Red

LIH

1869 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: XBAR at 450, 300 and 150 M FM THR. Innermost LGT 30 M FM THR. Sequenced FLG LGT on CL. FLG LGT on CL at 480 M

ENVA 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: NIL

Anemometer: Skålkorsanemometer 350 M SE for THR RWY 09.
Skålkorsanemometer 450 M NW for THR RWY 27.
/

Cupanemometer 350 M SE of THR RWY 09.
Cupanemometer 450 M NW of THR RWY 27.

3

TWY edge and CL LGT

Edge:

TWY A1, B1, B2, K, L, M, Y

  

CL:

TWY A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A8, H, J, W, Y

4

Secondary PWR supply / Switch over time

Automatisk omkoblingstid 12 SEC. 1 SEC ved lavere sikt enn 1200 M /

Automatic switch-over time 12 SEC. 1 SEC in visibility less than 1200 M

5

RMK

NIL

ENVA AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

ENGLISH
1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

FATO: J

FATO THR 18: 632711.14N 0105527.41E

FATO THR 36: 632710.73N 0105527.40E

FATO: Y

FATO THR 09: 632721.34N 0105601.17E

FATO THR 27: 632721.33N 0105602.81E

 

TLOF J: On TWY J

632710.94N 0105527.41E

TLOF Y: On TWY Y ABM TWY M

632721.34N 0105601.99E
 

Geoid undulation

FATO: J

FATO THR 18: 127 FT

FATO THR 36: 127 FT

FATO: Y

FATO THR 09: 127 FT

FATO THR 27: 127 FT

 

TLOF J : 127.0 FT

TLOF Y : 126.9 FT

2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation

FATO: J

FATO THR 18: 35.3 FT

FATO THR 36: 35.6 FT

FATO: Y

FATO THR 09: 45.4 FT

FATO THR 27: 46.0 FT

 

TLOF J: 35.5 FT

TLOF Y: 45.8 FT

3

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

FATO: J 13 M x 13 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, Marking/merking: Sirkulær, diameter 13 M. Kant, flight path alignment guidance, heliport identifikator og settingspunkt merket. / Circular, diameter 13 M. Edge, flight path alignment guidance, heliport identification and touch down position marked.

FATO: Y 23 M x 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, Marking/merking: Sirkulær, diameter 23 M. Kant, flight path alignment guidance, heliport identifikator og settingspunkt merket. / Circular, diameter 23 M. Edge, flight path alignment guidance, heliport identification and touch down position marked.

 

TLOF J: 13 M x 13 M, CONC, PCN-40/F/B/X/U, Marking/merking: Sirkulær, D-verdi 13 M. Settingspunkt merket. / Circular, D-value 13 M. Touch down position marked. , Belysning/Lighting: NIL

TLOF Y: 23 M x 23 M, ASPH, PCN-40/F/A/X/U, Marking/merking: Sirkulær, D-verdi 23 M. Settingspunkt merket. / Circular, D-value 23 M. Touch down position marked., Belysning/Lighting: NIL

4

True BRG of FATO

FATO: J

FATO THR 18: 180.40°

FATO THR 36: 000.40°

FATO: Y

FATO THR 09: 090.25°

FATO THR 27: 270.25°

5

Declared distance available

NIL

6

APP and FATO lighting

NIL

7

RMK

TLOF helicopter performance class 3. Daylight operations only.

ENVA AD 2.17  ATS airspace

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Designation and lateral limits

Værnes CTR

632858N 0103102E - 633241N 0104419E - 633237N 0110505E - 632926N 0111554E - 632518N 0111615E - 632222N 0110418E - 632225N 0104506E - 632225N 0103859E - 632558N 0103102E - (632858N 0103102E)

2

Vertical limits

GND to 2500 FT AMSL

3

Airspace classification

C

4

ATS unit call sign, language(s)

Værnes Tower

English

5

Transition altitude

7000 FT

6

Hours of applicability

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

7

RMK

NIL

ENVA AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service DesignationCall SignFREQHRRMK
12345

ATIS

Værnes Information

127.550 MHZ

H24

D-ATIS SVC AVBL by ACARS.

SMC

Værnes Ground

121.600 MHZ

HO

NIL

TWR

Værnes Tower

119.400 MHZ

H24

VDF: VDF AVBL

  

133.750 MHZ

HO

VDF: VDF AVBL

  

278.925 MHZ

HO

VDF: VDF AVBL

  

121.500 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

243.000 MHZ

H24

NIL

APP

Værnes Approach/radar

118.600 MHZ

H24

VDF AVBL.

  

121.500 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

243.000 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

240.500 MHZ

HO

NIL

  

375.225 MHZ

HO

NIL

APP

Værnes Director

119.150 MHZ

HO

IFR TFC only

ENVA AD 2.19  Radio navigation and landing aids

Type, CAT (VAR)IDFREQHRPSNDME
ELEV
RMK
1234567

LOC RWY 09

(VAR: 4°E/2020)

TO

110.300 MHZ

H24

632727.18N 0105652.15E

 

ILS CAT I, 86.2° MAG

GP RWY 09

 

335.000 MHZ

H24

632731.07N 0105351.02E

 

GP 3.0°, RDH 51 FT

DME RWY 09

TO

CH 40X

H24

632730.99N 0105351.10E

45 FT

( Trondheim/Værnes )

Paired LOC RWY 09

LOC RWY 27

(VAR: 4°E/2020)

TD

109.900 MHZ

H24

632727.59N 0105302.64E

 

ILS CAT I, 266.1° MAG

GP RWY 27

 

333.800 MHZ

H24

632730.67N 0105602.68E

 

GP 3.4°, RDH 63 FT

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

DME RWY 27

TD

CH 36X

H24

632730.59N 0105602.63E

75 FT

( Trondheim/Værnes )

Paired LOC RWY 27

NDB

VNS

385.000 KHZ

H24

632734.27N 0105545.03E

 

( Værnes )

TACAN

(DECL: 4°E3°E/20202015)

VAE

CH 33X

H24

632718.71N 0105401.51E

37 FT

( Værnes )

ENVA AD 2.20  Local aerodrome regulations

1  AD availability
1.1 Use of AD is limited to those periods when air traffic services are provided.
1.2 AD approved for:
  • VFR operations in daylight and darkness,

  • IFR operations.

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

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 eight weeks prior to operations.
1.4 AD is slot coordinated level 3. All commercial flights, except Business Aviation, shall submit their schedules to the central Scheduling Coordinator:
Post:

Airport Coordination Norway AS
Henrik Ibsens veg
2060 Gardermoen

TEL: +47 64 81 90 50

E-mail: scr@airportcoordination.com

2  Turnaround RWY 27
2.1 Widened area at the east end of RWY, 60 M x 15 M concrete,
to accommodate ACFT requiring more than 45 M width to turn.
REF AD 2 ENVA 2 - 1.
3  En-route clearance and primary SID
3.1 En-route clearance should be obtained prior to start-up, and is available 30 MIN before EOBT.
3.2 When ALTN SID exist to a SID endpoint, the longer SID will normally be issued to jet and turboprop ACFT with filed TAS
300 KT or more. Normally, the shorter SID will be issued to turboprop aircraft with a filed TAS of less than 300 KT. In both cases PIC can expect to be cleared DCT SID end point as soon as TFC, terrain and NAP permits.
4  Pushback procedures
4.1 Standard pushback from stand 22 is straight back.
4.2 Standard pushback from stand 23-29 is to face north on TWY H for JET ACFT except turboprop aircraft that shall perform a straight pushback. CRJ may, if necessary, perform a straight pushback.
4.3 Offset parking to leave stand by own power is allowed for aircraft size DH8C and smaller on stands 22-28, and aircraft size DH8D and smaller on stand 29.
4.4 Standard pushback from stand 30-37 is for code C aircraft up to size B738 straight back, for A321, B739, MD80-series and MD90 onto TWY W to face east or west as instructed by ATC. Standard pushback from stand 30 and 31 for code D aircraft is onto TWY Y, to face east or west as instructed by ATC.
4.5 Standard pushback from stand 38 and 39 is onto TWY W to face east or west as instructed by ATC.
4.6 Standard pushback from stand 40-45 is to face north on TWY J, except CRJ that may perform a straight push-back.
After pushback from stand 41L, the ACFT shall be pulled forward to startup-position J1.
After pushback from stand 43, 44 and 45, ACFT shall be disconnected at startup-position J2.
Startup position J1 and J2 are marked with white parallel lines on TWY J.
4.7 If slippery apron prevents turns during push-back, inform ATC.
5  De-icing of ACFT
5.1 De-icing of aircraft will occur on platforms M1A or M1B for ACFT reference code C or smaller, centred on M1 for ACFT reference code D or larger, REF AD 2 ENVA 2-3 PRKNG/Docking chart.
5.2 Before start-up, contact handling agent and request de-icing.
5.3 When requesting start-up, inform GND/TWR that de-icing is needed.
5.4 Contact GND/TWR for taxi instructions to the de-icing platform. Aircraft may be towed to the de-icing platform if friction is acceptable.
5.5 Before entering the de-icing platform, contact deicing agency.
5.6 When de-icing is finished, contact GND/TWR for taxi clearance.
6  Take-off from RWY 27
6.1 If full RWY length RWY27 is required take-off, ATC shall be informed prior to requesting start-up.
6.2 Run-up before departure RWY 27 for light ACFT on hardstand East at TWY A8.
7  Taxiing to and from apron
7.1 During taxiing, marked TWY CL and TWY CL LGT shall be adhered to. Deviations or shortcuts are not allowed, except after instruction from Værnes GND or Værnes TWR.
7.2 If an aircraft after landing, due to RTF congestion or other reasons, cannot obtain contact with Værnes GND, the pilot shall completely vacate the landing RWY and hold PSN until contact with Værnes GND can be established. The aircraft is considered to be clear of the RWY when the whole aircraft has passed the holding point on the TWY used for vacating the RWY.
8  Landing
8.1 180 DEG turns on the asphalt part of the RWY is not allowed because asphalt may break up.
9  Reduced runway separation
9.1 Reduced runway separation may be applied between CAT 1 and
2 aircraft, in accordance with AD 1.1 para. 6.6
9.2 Minimum separation for RWY 09 and RWY 27:
9.2.1 Between a landing CAT 1 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 600 M
9.2.2 Between a landing CAT 2 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 1500 M
9.2.3 Between a departing CAT 1 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 600 M
9.2.4 Between a departing CAT 2 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 1500 M
10  Taxiing with Code E and F ACFT
10.1 Four engine code E and F ACFT should apply minimum power on engine number 1 and 4 during taxiing.
11  Fuelling
11.1 Jet A1 available from fuel truck. For JET A1 outside HR of OPR contact fuel coordinator: TEL +47 74 83 46 40 or +47 911 76 530. Surcharge applies outside HR of OPER.
11.2 100LL available from automatic fuel pump. Payment via card terminal. Approved cards: MasterCard, Visa, Shell and Statoil.
12  Handling
12.1 For handling services will Aviator TEL +47 74 60 20 10, WHG TEL +47 64 82 67 10 and Securitas TEL +47 94165 959 be available H24.

ENVA AD 2.21  Noise abatement procedures

1  General
1.1 The following noise abatement procedures (NAP) are mandatory for all fixed wing aircraft BTN 2200-0600 and H24 for fixed wing aircraft with MTOM more than 7000 KG unless deviations are required in the interests of safety. Instructions that will imply deviations from noise abatement procedures will include the phrase “DISREGARD NOISE ABATEMENT”.
2  Approach procedures
2.1 NAP is part of published approach procedures, including Visual approach chart AD 2 ENVA 6-1. Shorter visual approaches are allowed from the north to RWY 09 and for propeller aircraft to
2 NM final to RWY 27 provided a clearance to shorten the approach has been received.
3  Climb-out procedures
3.1 NAP is part of published SID. For jet aircraft a direct routing can be anticipated after passing 2500 FT AMSL. For propeller aircraft departing on RWY 09 and all aeroplanes departing RWY 27 to the north a turn for visual departure can be anticipated after passing 1000 FT AMSL.
4  Use of engines
  1. Aircraft engines must not be reversed beyond idle reverse BTN 2200–0600, unless so warranted by reasons of safety.

  2. After maintenance, engine testing applying more than idle thrust shall take place on TWY Y between A1 and A2, tail pointing west. Engine testing should be avoided BTN 2200–0600.

  3. BTN 0600–2200 engine testing lasting maximum 15 minutes in power setting idle, can be performed at parking stands or outside hangars.

5  School and training flights
5.1 School and training flights in the form of landing circuits VFR or IFR are prohibited 2200-0600.
6  RWY-in-use during night
6.1 When TFC permits, RWY 09 will be used for landings and RWY 27 for take-off between 2200-0600. ATC will apply conditions described in ICAO Doc 4444 para 7.2.6 so that normal rules for RWY-in-use are followed under the following circumstances:
  1. Braking action is less than “GOOD”

  2. When the ceiling is lower than 1500 FT, or the visibility is less than 5000 M

  3. When wind shear has been reported or forecasted or when thunderstorms are expected to affect the approach or departure, and

  4. When the crosswind component, including gusts, exceeds
    10 KT, or the tailwind component, including gusts,
    exceeds 5 KT.

7  Exceptions

Through ATC, Avinor may grant exemption from the provisions in this chapter for safety reasons or when special circumstances seriously impair the airport capacity.

The pilot-in-command may deviate from these provisions for safety reasons.

Necessary flights regarding control of communication and navigation equipment are exempted from these provisions.

Ambulance flights, SAR and military flights may be exempted from these provisions for both military registered aircraft, as well as civil registered aircraft in military operation.

ENVA AD 2.22  Flight Procedures

1  Arrival procedures IFR
1.1 Standard Instrument Arrival Procedures (STAR) are based on
RNAV 1. Aircraft without RNAV 1 approval will be vectored to final, or cleared/vectored to a point from where approach can be made.
1.2 ENVA 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 ENVA Merge Points (MP) IRKIX, BAMPU, INSOD, XILDA.
2  Radio communication failure
2.1 If experiencing RDO COM failure operating VFR within CTR:
  1. Squawk 7600,

  2. If able call TWR, TEL (+47) 67 03 30 50.

  3. Proceed to GLAVA (industrial chimney) or LEIRA (where prominent transmission line crosses creek).

  4. Flash landing LGT and watch TWR for visual signals.

  5. Contact TWR after landing.

3  Operations under limited visibility conditions
3.1 RVR 800 M or less:
Secondary power supply ensures activation within 1 - one - SEC
3.2 RVR 550 M or less:
LVP activated: 1 - one - ACFT on the manoeuvring area at the same time. No vehicles are allowed on the manoeuvring area except for “follow-me” and RVR services as instructed by ATC.
3.3 MNM RVR for departure is 400 M.
4  Approach speed
4.1 Unless otherwise instructed by ATC, ACFT on instrument APCH shall maintain MNM 160 KIAS to 4 NM from THR. If unable to comply, inform ATC.
5  AD traffic circuit light aircraft and fighter aircraft
5.1 Light aircraft shall fly the traffic circuit at 1000 FT,
normally N of RWY 09/27.
5.2 Fighter aircraft shall fly the traffic circuit at 1500 FT,
normally S of RWY 09/27.
6  Line-up and take-off clearances
6.1 Clearance for line-up and for take-off are always issued as two separate clearances.

ENVA AD 2.23  Additional Information

1  Differences from ICAO Annex 14 SARPS
1.1 Slopes on parts of RWY is steeper than prescribed.
REF para 3.1.13 and 3.1.19
1.2 Obstacles within strip; instrument cabins and parts of fence.
REF para 3.4.6 and ch. 9.9
1.3 Distance between TWY Y and TWY W is 44 M.
Distance between TWY W and stand 38, 39 and 40 is less than prescribed. REF para 3.9.7
1.4 Slopes on parts of the non-graded TWY Y strip are steeper than prescribed. REF para 3.11.5
1.5 At ACFT stands with bridge, the distance between the bridge and ACFT is less than prescribed. REF para 3.13.16
1.6 RWY AHEAD is used as compulsory instruction marking.
REF para 5.2.16
1.7 Flood light on ACFT stands at TWY M2 and TWY M3 is less than prescribed. REF para 5.3.24.4
1.8 Lead-in guidance LGT at ACFT stands are not as prescribed, REF para 5.3.27.3.
2  Differences from ICAO Doc 8168 VOL II - Construction of Visual and Instrument Flight Procedures
2.1 RNAV(GNSS) RWY 09:
The flat portion of the intermediate segment (0.55 NM) is less than the recommended value in ICAO DOC 8168 VOL II.
3  Approach and runway lights
3.1 The light intensity for high intensity APCH LGT is adjustable in
6 stages, intensity 0,3 - 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100 %, REF AD 1.1.
3.2 The light intensity for PAPI, aiming point, THR, RWY CL, RWY edge and RWY end LGT is adjustable in 6 stages,
intensity 0,3 - 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100 %, REF AD 1.1.
3.3 The light intensity for SFL is adjustable in 3 stages,
intensity 10 - 30 - 100 %.
4  Caution
4.1 Wind shear and/or moderate to severe, turbulence may occur on, and S of, final RWY 09 with wind from S-SE above 25 KT.
On visual approach it is recommended to fly N of CL and establish on final closer to RWY.
4.2 Loss of headwind may occur on short final RWY 27 when wind from W above 20 KT.
4.3 Turbulence warning available on www.ippc.no via menu:
Briefings / Wind & Turbulence / TRONDHEIM (ENVA)
5  General
5.1 Personnel to and from non-scheduled flights may enter and leave the movement area through the main gate located south of
terminal B. The gate is operated H24.
6  Bird hazard
6.1 Concentrations of seagulls may occur on and in the vicinity of AD. Swans are present in the vicinity of AD particularly during winter.

Flocks of geese pass AD northbound during spring migration
MAR-APR. During autumn migration geese are present on and in the vicinity of AD from AUG to NOV. At night they reside on the sea and former riverbed N of AD. They fly to and from the farmlands S and E of AD.

Occasionally eagles fly over and in the vicinity of AD.

6.2 Bird scare patrols use various equipment, including flare shell crackers, handheld lasers and shooting. Remote-controlled gas exploders are located on AD during the summer season.

ENVA AD 2.24  Charts related to an aerodrome

Chart NameSide/Page

Aerodrome Chart

AD 2 ENVA 2 - 1

Aircraft Parking-Docking Chart

AD 2 ENVA 2 - 3

Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - Coordinates

AD 2 ENVA 2 - 4

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 3 - 1

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 3 - 3

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 1

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 09 (2)

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 2

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 3

Omni-directional Departure RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 5

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 7

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27 (2)

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 8

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 9

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27 (2)

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 10

Omni-directional Departure RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 11

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 13

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 09 (2)

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 14

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 15

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 17

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27 (2)

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 18

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 4 - 19

ILS or LOC RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 1

RNP N RWY 09 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 3

RNP N RWY 09 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 4

RNP E RWY 09 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 5

RNP E RWY 09 (AR) Recommended Coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 6

RNP S RWY 09 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 7

RNP S RWY 09 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 8

RNP W RWY 09 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 9

RNP W RWY 09 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 10

RNP Z RWY 09

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 11

RNP Z RWY 09 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 12

ILS or LOC RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 13

RNP N RWY 27 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 14

RNP N RWY 27 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 15

RNP E RWY 27 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 16

RNP E RWY 27 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 17

RNP S RWY 27 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 18

RNP S RWY 27 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 19

RNP W RWY 27 (AR)

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 20

RNP W RWY 27 (AR) Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 21

RNP Z RWY 27

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 22

RNP Z RWY 27 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENVA 5 - 23

Visual Approach Chart - ICAO

AD 2 ENVA 6 - 1

VFR-Routes Light Aircraft and Helicopter

AD 2 ENVA 6 - 3

TMA/TIA CHART VÆRNES/ØRLAND/RØROS

AD 2 ENVA 7 - 1

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