ENZV —  STAVANGER / Sola

ENZV AD 2.1  Aerodrome location indicator and name

ENZV —  STAVANGER / Sola

ENZV AD 2.2  Aerodrome geographical and administrative data

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

585236N 0053816E

REF AD 2 ENZV 2-1

2

Direction and distance from city

6 NM SW of Stavanger

3

ELEV/REF TEMP

29 FT / 18.4°C

4

Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN

143 FT

5

MAG VAR / Annual Change

1.6°E (2020) / 0.2°E

6

Administration

Address

Avinor
Stavanger Lufthavn
Postboks 150

2061 Gardermoen
Norge

 

Telephone

(+47) 67 03 10 00

 

Fax

NIL

 

E-mail address

NIL

 

Web page

NIL

 

AFS/AFTN

ENZVZTZX

7

Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR - VFR
8

RMK

AD reference code:

RWY 11: Code 4C, precision CAT I

RWY 29: Code 4C, non-precision

RWY 18: Code 4E, precision CAT II

RWY 36: Code 4E, precision CAT I

ENZV 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

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

ENZV 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

NIL

4

De-icing facilities

131.750 MHZ 121.950 MHZ

5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Begrenset /

Ltd

6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Begrenset /

Ltd

7

RMK

NIL

ENZV AD 2.5  Passenger facilities

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Hotels

På AD /

At AD

2

Restaurants

På AD /

At AD

3

Transportation

Buss og Taxi /

Buses and Taxis

4

Medical facilities

I Stavanger /

In Stavanger

5

Bank/Post

På AD /

At AD

6

Tourist Office

På Sola /

At Sola

7

RMK

NIL

ENZV 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

Mobilkraner AVBL i nærheten av AD /

Mobile cranes AVBL in vicinity of AD

4

RMK

NIL

ENZV AD 2.7  Seasonal availability - clearing

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Types of clearing EQPT

Snøryddingsutstyr /

Snow removal EQPT

2

Clearance priorities

REF AD 1.2 1st priority: RWY 18/36, TWY to apron 9, NAV aids, REF AD 1.2.

3

RMK

NIL

ENZV AD 2.8  Aprons, taxiways and check locations data

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Apron surface and strength

10 - FREIGHT/GA : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

11 TECHNICAL / MAINTENANCE : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

12 : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

13 : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

7 - HELICOPTER : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

9 - TERMINAL : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

OTHER : ASPH/CONC PCN-65/R/B/X/U

2

TWY width, surface and strength

TWY A1, G1, G2, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-62/F/B/W/T, reference code D

TWY C3, WID 10.5 M, ASPH, PCN-30/F/B/Y/U, reference code B

TWY D, WID 7.5 M, ASPH, PCN-60/F/A/W/U

TWY E1, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-139/F/A/W/T, reference code D

TWY E2, WID 15 M, ASPH, PCN-58/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY F1, WID 15 M, ASPH, PCN-24/F/A/W/T, reference code C

TWY G3, L2, L3, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-54/F/B/W/T, reference code D

TWY G4, G5, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-50/F/B/W/T, reference code D

TWY G6, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-50/F/B/X/T, reference code D

TWY G7, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-80/F/B/X/T, reference code D

TWY H, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-46/F/B/W/T, reference code D

TWY L1, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-54/F/B/W/T, reference code C

TWY L4, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-103/F/B/W/T, reference code D

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

TWY Q, R, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-69/F/B/W/T, reference code D

TWY S, WID 23 M, ASPH, PCN-76/F/B/W/T, reference code D

3

ACL, location and ELEV

REF AD 2 ENZV 2-3

4

INS checkpoint, location and ELEV

REF ACFT Stands

5

RMK

Apron 10 - FREIGHT/GA, 11 TECHNICAL / MAINTENANCE, 12, 13, 7 - HELICOPTER, 9 - TERMINAL, OTHER: No signs in use at terminal area W of TWY G3/G4, only marking on GND.

TWY D: HEL only, D-value <21 M

TWY E2, F1: Max wheel base 18 M - Max wheel span 9 M

TWY P: MAX wing span 36 M

REF AD 2 ENZV 2-3

ENZV 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

TWY A1, C3, D, E1, E2, G1, G2, G3, G4, G5, G6, G7, H, L1, L2, L3, L4, P, Q, R, S: Hjelpeskilt for taksing ved alle kryss, og ved alle venteposisjoner /
Taxiing guidance signs at all intersections with TWY and RWY, at all holding positions and TWY intersections
TWY F1: Hjelpeskilt for taksing ved alle kryss, og ved alle venteposisjoner. /
Taxiing guidance signs at all intersections with TWY and RWY, at all holding positions and TWY intersections.

Apron 9 - TERMINAL: Guide lines on apron. Docking guidance to bridge at ACFT stands 8-19.
Apron 13, 12, 10 - FREIGHT/GA, 11 TECHNICAL / MAINTENANCE, OTHER, 7 - HELICOPTER: Guide lines on apron.

Apron : CL LGT on Apron area to ACFT stands.

2

RWY/TWY markings and LGT

RWY marking
RWY 11/29: THR, designator, TDZ, siktepunkt, CL, kant og mellomliggende HLDG PSN ved RWY/RWY kryss. /
THR, designation, TDZ, aiming point, CL, edge and intermediate HLDG PSN at RWY/RWY intersection.
RWY 18/36: THR, designator, TDZ, siktepunkt, CL, kant og mellomliggende HLDG PSN ved RWY/RWY kryss. /
THR, designation, TDZ, aiming points, CL, edge and intermediate HLDG PSN at RWY/RWY intersection.

RWY LGT
RWY 11, 29, 36: THR, CL, EDGE, END, AIM
RWY 18: THR, CL, EDGE, END, TDZ

TWY marking
TWY A1, E1, F1, G1, G6, G7: CL, edge, HLDG PSN and RWY AHEAD
TWY C3, D, E2, H: CL, HLDG PSN and RWY AHEAD
TWY G2, G3, G4, L1, L2, L3, L4, P, Q, S: CL, edge and intermediate HLDG PSN
TWY G5: CL, edge, HLDG PSN, RWY AHEAD and intermediate HLDG PSN
TWY R: CL and edge

TWY LGT
TWY A1, E1, G1, G6, G7: CL, RWY guard LGT
TWY C3, D, E2, F1: EDGE, RWY guard LGT
TWY G2, G3, G4, L1, L2, L3, L4, P, Q, R, S: CL
TWY G5, H: CL, EDGE, RWY guard LGT

3

Stop bars

TWY A1, C3, D, E1, E2, F1, G1, G6, G7: Stop bars at RWY HLDG PSN
TWY G3, G4, L4: Stop bars at intermediate HLDG PSN
TWY G5, H: Stop bars at RWY HLDG PSN and at intermediate HLDG PSN

4

RMK

TWY : Edge LGT BTN HLDG PSN and RWY

ENZV AD 2.10  Aerodrome obstacles

Obstacle data AVBL at www.avinor.no/ais

ENZV 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, 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

Special OBS, Prognostic chart, SIGWX, REF GEN 3.1 and GEN 3.5

8

Supplementary EQPT AVBL for INFO

REC for satellite cloud pictures, REF GEN 3.5

9

ATS units provided with INFO

Sola TWR

10

Additional INFO

NIL

ENZV 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

11

106.29°

2452 x 45

ASPH , Grooved

PCN- 65 / F / A / W / U

585253.53N 0053623.26E

585233.58N 0053834.97E

585232.19N 0053844.15E

143.3

7.2

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

29

286.32°

585233.58N 0053834.97E

585252.18N 0053632.24E

585254.43N 0053617.27E

143.3

27.6

18

179.11°

2705 x 60

ASPH , Grooved

PCN- 80 / F / B / X / T

585335.38N 0053814.42E

585214.74N 0053816.85E

585209.90N 0053816.98E

143.2

10.4

REF AOC-A REF AD 2 ENZV 3-5/7

36

359.11°

585214.74N 0053816.85E

585332.47N 0053814.53E

585337.32N 0053814.35E

143.2

29.3

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

11

240 x 150

90 x 150

150 x 150

2452 x 280

-

RESA ASPH+GRVL. Området 100 M foran THR 11 har betongdekke med samme bredde og bæreevne som RWY /

RESA ASPH+GRVL. The concrete area 100 M in front of THR 11 has the same width and bearing strength as the RWY

29

240 x 150

240 x 150

300 x 150

-

RESA ASPH+GRVL. Det asfalterte området 150 M foran THR 29 har samme bredde som RWY /

RESA ASPH+GRVL. The asphalted area 100 M in front of THR 29 has the same width as the RWY

18

240 x 150

150 x 150

270 x 150

2705 x 280

-

RESA ASPH+GRVL. /

RESA ASPH+GRVL.

36

240 x 150

240 x 150

300 x 150

-

RESA CONC. /

RESA CONC.

ENZV AD 2.13  Declared distances

RWY

TORA (M)

ASDA (M)

TODA (M)

LDA (M)

RMK
123456
11 2299 2299 2449 2199

Området foran THR (100 M) tillates nyttet ved avgang og lengden inngår i de offisielle banelengder. /

The paved area in front of THR (100 M) is available for take-off and the length is included in the declared distances for take-off on RWY 11.

29 2202 2202 2502 2049

Området foran THR (150 M) tillates nyttet ved avgang og lengden inngår i de offisielle banelengder. /

The paved area in front of THR (150 M) is available for take-off and the length is included in the declared distances for take-off on RWY 29.

18 2556 2556 2826 2496

Området foran THR (60m) tillates nyttet ved avgang og lengden inngår i de offisielle banelengder. /

The paved area in front of THR (60 M) is available for take-off, and length included in declared distances.

36 2555 2555 2855 2406

Området foran THR (150 M) tillates nyttet ved avgang og lengden inngår i de offisielle banelengder. /

The paved area in front of THR (150 M) is available for take-off and the length is included in the declared distances.

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

TORA (M)

ASDA (M)

TODA (M)

RMK
12345
11 TWY D 1646 1646 1796

NIL

TWY H 1112 1112 1262

NIL

18 TWY A1 1830 1830 2100

NIL

29 TWY G5 1479 1479 1779

NIL

TWY H 961 961 1261

NIL

TWY D 456 456 756

NIL

36 TWY E1 2435 2435 2735

NIL

RWY 11/29 1758 1758 2058

NIL

ENZV 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

11

CAT I

205 M

LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Left 3°

( 56 FT)

NIL

1299 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M White/Red,
300 M, 60 M Red

LIL

1599 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: XBAR at 150 M. Intervals of 30 M. Innermost LGT 30 M FM THR. Sequenced FLG LGT on CL

29

Simple

600 M

LIL/LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Both 3.5°

( 40 FT)

NIL

1149 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M White/Red,
300 M, 60 M Red

LIL

1449 M, 60 M White,
600 M, 60 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: XBAR at 600, 450 and 300 M. Intervals of 30 M. Innermost LGT 30 M FM THR

18

CAT II/III

510 M

LIL/LIH

Green

-

PAPI

Both 3°

( 64 FT)

900 M

1596 M, 15 M White,
600 M, 15 M White/Red,
300 M, 15 M Red

LIH

1896 M, 50 M White,
600 M, 50 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

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

36

CAT I

600 M

LIL/LIH

Green

WBAR

PAPI

Both 3°

( 56 FT)

NIL

1506 M, 15 M White,
600 M, 15 M White/Red,
300 M, 15 M Red

LIH

1806 M, 50 M White,
600 M, 50 M Yellow

LIH

Red

-

NIL

APCH: XBAR at 600, 450, 300 and 150 M. Intervals of 30 M. Innermost LGT 30 M FM THR

ENZV 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 400 M SW for THR RWY 18. Skålkorsanemometer 150 M NW for THR RWY 36. Skålkorsanemometer 300 M ENE for THR RWY 11.
Skålkorsanemometer 200 M NW for THR RWY 29.
/

Cupanemometer 400 M SW of THR RWY 18.
Cupanemometer 150 M NW of THR RWY 36.
Cupanemometer 300 M ENE of THR RWY 11.
Cupanemometer 200 M NW of THR RWY 29.

3

TWY edge and CL LGT

Edge:

TWY C3, D, E2, F1, G5, H

  

CL:

TWY A1, E1, G1, G2, G3, G4, G5, G6, G7, H, L1, L2, L3, L4, P, Q, R, S

4

Secondary PWR supply / Switch over time

Automatisk omkoblingstidtid 10 SEC. Mindre enn 1 SEC under LVP-forhold /

Automatic switch-over time 10 SEC. Less than 1 SEC under LVP conditions

5

RMK

NIL

ENZV AD 2.16  Helicopter landing area

ENGLISH
1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

NIL

 

Geoid undulation

NIL

2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation

NIL

3

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

NIL

4

True BRG of FATO

NIL

5

Declared distance available

NIL

6

APP and FATO lighting

NIL

7

RMK

NIL

ENZV AD 2.17  ATS airspace

NORSK/ENGLISH
1

Designation and lateral limits

Sola CTR

590500N 0053300E - 590200N 0054300E - 585100N 0055000E - 584500N 0054200E - 584500N 0052800E - 585100N 0052000E - (590500N 0053300E)

2

Vertical limits

GND to 1500 FT AMSL

3

Airspace classification

D

4

ATS unit call sign, language(s)

Sola Tower

English

5

Transition altitude

7000 FT

6

Hours of applicability

REF AIS Portal www.avinor.no/ais

7

RMK

NIL

ENZV AD 2.18  ATS communication facilities

Service DesignationCall SignFREQHRRMK
12345

ATIS

Sola Information

126.000 MHZ

H24

ATIS AVBL on TEL +47 51 65 82 49. D-ATIS SVC AVBL.

SMC

Sola Ground

121.750 MHZ

HO

NIL

TWR

Sola Tower

118.350 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

121.500 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

279.050 MHZ

H24

NIL

  

122.100 MHZ

H24

Monitoring frequency

APP

Sola Approach

119.600 MHZ

HO

NIL

  

118.500 MHZ

HO

NIL

  

121.500 MHZ

HO

NIL

  

363.675 MHZ

HO

NIL

APP (ARR)

Sola Arrival

119.400 MHZ

HO

IFR TFC only

  

121.500 MHZ

HO

NIL

ENZV AD 2.19  Radio navigation and landing aids

Type, CAT (VAR)IDFREQHRPSNDME
ELEV
RMK
1234567

LOC RWY 18

(VAR: 2°E/2020)

ZV

110.300 MHZ

H24

585200.58N 0053817.26E

 

ILS CAT II, 177.5° MAG

GP RWY 18

 

335.000 MHZ

H24

585325.16N 0053821.30E

 

GP 3.0°, RDH 54 FT

DME RWY 18

ZV

CH 40X

H24

585325.15N 0053821.16E

43 FT

( Stavanger/Sola )

Paired LOC RWY 18

LOC RWY 36

(VAR: 2°E/2020)

SL

111.350 MHZ

H24

585342.43N 0053814.23E

 

ILS CAT I, 357.5° MAG

GP RWY 36

 

332.150 MHZ

H24

585225.77N 0053824.00E

 

GP 3.0°, RDH 50 FT

DME RWY 36

SL

CH 50Y

H24

585225.78N 0053823.85E

60 FT

( Stavanger/Sola )

Paired LOC RWY 36

LOC RWY 11

(VAR: 2°E/2020)

ZL

109.500 MHZ

H24

585230.98N 0053852.12E

 

ILS CAT I, 104.7° MAG

GP RWY 11

 

332.600 MHZ

H24

585247.59N 0053639.09E

 

GP 3.0°, RDH 51 FT

DME RWY 11

ZL

CH 32X

H24

585247.66N 0053639.18E

36 FT

( Stavanger/Sola )

Paired LOC RWY 11

NDB

VAR

319.000 KHZ

H24

583737.82N 0053741.66E

 

( Varhaug )

NDB

RSY

378.000 KHZ

H24

590759.66N 0053830.84E

 

( Rennesøy )

D VOR/DME

(DECL: 1°E/2015)

ZOL

116.850 MHZ/

CH 115Y

H24

585230.21N 0053824.56E

51 FT

( Sola )

FRA (D): ENBR / FRA (I)

TACAN

(DECL: 2°E1°E/20202015)

SOA

CH 59Y

H24

585233.07N 0053807.22E

62 FT

( Sola )

ENZV 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 has procedures for operations with ACFT with code letter E and F.
1.3 PPR for all military traffic intending to use military facilities or services. All PPR requests shall be coordinated through Wing Operations at 139 Airwing.

TEL: +47 77 89 62 54

E-mail: 139lv.wingops@mil.no

1.4 Except for emergency situations AD shall not be used by CIV or MIL ACFT with wingspan exceeding 74 M. Avinor may grant other exceptions based on an Approach and Departure Risk Assessment. Request must be send AD minimum 4 weeks prior to operations.
2  Start-up
2.1 All TFC must obtain start-up clearance from ATC. Run-up must be completed before requesting taxi - clearance.
3  Push-back
3.1 For detailed description, see AD 2 ENZV chart "Push back procedures"
3.2 All ACFT stands are subject to push-back clearance from TWR/GND.
3.3 Power-back prohibited on apron.
4  De-icing of aircraft
4.1 Before start-up, contact handling agent and request de-icing.
4.2 When requesting start-up, inform GND/TWR that de-icing is needed.
4.3 Contact GND/TWR for taxi guidance to the de-icing platform
(P or Q).
4.4 Code F aircraft shall be guided by Follow-me to de-ice platform. Code D and E aircraft shall use TWY Q.
4.5 Before entering the de-icing platform, contact deicing-coordinator.
4.6 When de-icing is finished, contact GND/TWR for taxi clearance.
5  Application and approval of departure- and arrival time (“slot-time”)
5.1 General
5.1.1 Prior approval (“slot-time”) is mandatory for all commercial flights, except:
  • Aircraft using the aerodrome as alternate due to meteorological, technical or safety reasons

  • Helicopters

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

Airport Coordination Norway AS
Postbox 148
NO-2061 GARDERMOEN

TEL: +47 64 81 90 50

SITA: OSLACXH

E-mail: scr@airportcoordination.com

5.2.2 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. Application form can be obtained from the Scheduling Coordinator.
5.2.3 Traffic rights, granted by Norwegian CAA, do not include “slot-time”-approval, and vice versa.
5.3 Other flights
5.3.1 Non-commercial flights that are not based at Stavanger Airport, Sola, are recommended to contact the Aircraft Parking Office well in advance of the flight, so that a parking stand can be allocated.
6  Allocation of aircraft parking stand
6.1 The Aircraft Parking Office allocates parking stands to all aircraft:
Post:

Avinor
Driftssentralen
NO-4055 Stavanger Lufthavn

TEL: +47 67 03 06 67

FAX: +47 67 03 06 38

E-mail: sola.flyparkering@avinor.no

6.2 Allocated parking stand will be notified by TWR.
6.3 Commercial flights are normally allocated aircraft stands on Apron 9 or 10.
6.4 Non-commercial flights are normally allocated aircraft stands on Apron 10, Apron 13 or other available stands.
7  Reduced runway separation
7.1 Reduced runway separation may be applied between CAT 1 and 2 aircraft, in accordance with AD 1.1 para. 6.
7.2 Minimum separation for RWY 18/36 and RWY 11/29:
7.2.1 Between a landing CAT 1 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 600 M
7.2.2 Between a landing light helicopter and a preceding aircraft of any CAT: 600 M
7.2.3 Between a landing CAT 2 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 1500 M
7.2.4 Between a departing CAT 1 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 600 M
7.2.5 Between a departing light helicopter and a preceding aircraft of any CAT: 600 M
7.2.6 Between a departing CAT 2 aircraft and a preceding CAT 1 or 2 aircraft: 1500 M

ENZV AD 2.21  Noise abatement procedures

1  General
1.1 The noise abatement procedures are mandatory unless ATC as a safety precaution instructs otherwise.
Instructions to deviate from the noise abatement procedures will include the phrase DISREGARD NOISE ABATEMENT.
1.2 Military aircraft tasked with a mission that makes them unable to follow the NAP are exempted from these procedures. This exemption also applies to helicopters on HOSP/SAR missions.
2  Arrival
2.1 Aircraft on visual approach shall to the greatest extent possible avoid overflying build-up areas and not unnecessary extend their approach path.
Exempt from this rule are:
  1. Light aircraft following VFR-routes.

  2. Fighters operating in accordance with para 2.5 below.

2.2 Approaches to RWY 11 shall:

Follow the PAPI glide slope from 1000 FT when compatible with the cleared approach procedure.

2.3 Approaches to RWY 18 shall:
  1. Maintain a minimum height of 2000 FT until established on the final leg.

  2. Visual approaches shall be routed via RANAB.

Except:

  1. Helicopter cleared ILS Y RWY 18 approach.

  2. ACFT below MTOM 5700 KG or aircraft following VFR Light Routes.

2.4 Approaches to RWY 36 shall:

Follow the PAPI glide slope from 1000 FT when compatible with the cleared approach procedure.

2.5 Landing pattern RWY 11/29 should be made south of the runway when traffic allows.
2.6 Landing pattern RWY 18/36 should be made west of the runway when traffic allows.
2.7 Fighter aircraft on VFR-approach shall maintain 1500 FT and proceed direct from initial point (IP) to THR. Fighter break shall be made east of RWY 18/36 or south of RWY 11/29.
3  Departure
3.1 All jet- and multi-engine aircraft with MTOM above 5700 KG shall climb straight ahead to minimum 3000 FT before commencing turn. ATC may clear aircraft with low noise emission to commence turn after passing 2000 FT.
3.2 Multi-engine aircraft with MTOM below 5700 KG shall climb straight ahead to minimum 2000 FT before commencing turn.
3.3 Single engine aircraft shall climb straight ahead to minimum
500 FT before commencing turn.
3.4 If the traffic situation necessitates an early turn, ATC can make exemptions from these altitude restrictions.
4  Helicopter operations
4.1 Arriving and departing helicopters shall avoid overflying Sola built-up area. ATC can make exemptions for light helicopters if the traffic situation necessitates.
4.2 Unless the traffic situation necessitates an early turn, helicopters with MTOM above 3000 KG shall climb straight ahead to 3 DME ZOL before commencing turn.
4.3 Helicopter type Sikorsky S-92 shall operate at MAX 120 KT IAS over land.
4.4 Except in IMC, offshore traffic will be routed over the sea between
2100 - 0500.
5  Training flight
5.1 Unless necessary for licencing purposes, school- and training flights, including landing circuits and touch-and-go, are prohibited MON - SAT 2200 - 0500 and SUN/HOL 2200 - 0900.
6  Engine test
6.1 Engine testing shall to greatest extent possible be avoided between 2000 - 0500.
6.2 All engine testing beyond idle power shall be performed at hard stand 2 by TWY E2 or hard stand 7 by TWY G6. The aircraft shall be positioned on the concrete surface and the blast must be directed either parallel to, or away from, manoeuvring areas in vicinity.
TWR decides on the stand to be used.

ENZV AD 2.22  Flight Procedures

1  Arrival procedures IFR
1.1 Standard instrument arrival procedures (STAR) to Stavanger/Sola are based on RNAV 1.
1.2 Aircraft/crew not approved for RNAV 1 in TMA, will be vectored to final.
If no surveillance service is available, expect clearance to
DVOR/DME ZOL and to start the approach from this facility.
1.3 ENZV 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.
1.4 ENZV Merge Points (MP):
AMKIK, ELBUV, EMPIS, GOGUT, NEVOX, NEXUT, OTBIG, ROXON, TUXAS, ULSUM
2  Radio communication failure
2.1 If experiencing radio communication failure VFR in CTR:
  1. Squawk 7600,

  2. Proceed via routes as shown on AD 2 ENZV 6 - 1 to either:

    • Sola church, 1 NM NW of AD, or

    • Football stadium, 1 NM NE of AD,

  3. If possible call Sola TWR, TEL (+47) 51 65 81 47.

3  Departure from E1 at RWY 36
3.1 Departures from E1 on RWY 36 are not, for the purposes of wake vortex separation, considered by ATC to be intersection departures.
4  Operations under limited visibility conditions
4.1 Aerodrome marking and lighting details, REF table 2.9 and 2.14, and AD 2 ENZV 2-1.
4.2 RVR 1000 M or less:
Secondary power supply ensures activation in 1 - one-SEC.
4.3 RVR 750 M or less:
LVP activated:
4.3.1 Low Visibility Procedures (LVP) for CAT II operations and Low Visibility departures are established (LVTO).
4.3.2 Low Visibility Procedures are prompted by ATC, normally when RVR is less than 1000 M or ceiling is less than 300 FT. Low Visibility Procedures will normally be in operation when RVR is less than 750 M and ceiling less than 250 FT.
4.3.3 Pilots will be informed when low visibility procedures are in operation by ATIS or RTF. Pilots will be informed over RTF when low visibility procedures are cancelled.
4.3.4 MET-REPORT informed via ATIS, when CAT II approach in use.
4.3.5 In visibility condition 3 (RVR BLW 400 M) selected stop bars are operated at intermediate holding positions.
4.3.6 CAT II holding points at all RWY entries are equipped with internally illuminated boards, runway guard lights and red stop bars. Aircraft are to stop and wait short of an illuminated stop bar until the stop bar has been switched off and clearance to continue is received by RTF from ATC.
4.3.7 Surface movement surveillance is normally available for ATC.
4.3.8 ILS CAT II is normally available for RWY 18.
4.3.9 Pilots are to delay the call “runway vacated” until the aircraft has completely passed the end of the green/yellow colour coded TWY centre line lights.
4.3.10 The following exit taxiways are available:
A1 helicopters only
RWY 29 RVR more than 550 M only
Exit E1 and G7 for all aircraft
4.3.11 Low Visibility departures (RVR less than 550 M) is available for RWY 18 and for RWY 29 (helicopters only).
4.3.12 Following entries are available:
RWY ENTRY
18 G1
18 A1 helicopters only
29 H helicopters only
5  Simultaneous operations on intersecting runways
5.1 Under certain criteria, regulated in Local Operating Procedures for Sola TWR, simultaneous instrument approaches with helicopters to RWY 11 and other aircraft to RWY 18/36 are being conducted. Aircraft involved can not expect traffic information regarding such simultaneous approaches as the approaches are separated from each other.
5.2 Under certain criteria, regulated in Local Operating Procedures for Sola TWR, helicopters will be cleared to operate in the landing pattern for RWY 29 west of TWY E2, and to take off from RWY 29 and land on RWY 11 simultaneously with other aircraft taking off from/landing on RWY 18/36. These operations are controlled from TWR, and are separated from each other, thus traffic information on such traffic can not be expected
6  Operation of Mode S transponders when the aircraft is on the ground
6.1 Stavanger Airport, Sola has installed an advanced surface surveillance system, using Mode S Multilateration.
6.2 Aircraft operators intending to use Stavanger Airport, Sola shall ensure that the Mode S transponder is able to operate when the aircraft is on the ground.
6.3 Flight crew shall select AUTO mode and assigned Mode A code. If AUTO mode is not available, select ON (e.g. XPDR) and assigned Mode A code:
  • From the request for push back or taxi, whichever is earlier

  • After landing, continuously until the aircraft is parked on stand

When parked on stand, set Mode A code 2000 before selecting OFF or STBY.

6.4 Flight crew of aircraft equipped with a Mode S transponder, which has an aircraft identification feature, shall also set the aircraft identification from the request for push-back or taxi, whichever is earlier. This setting is the callsign used in flight as specified in Item 7 of the ICAO flight plan.
6.5 To ensure that the performance of systems based on SSR frequencies (including TCAS and SSR radars) is not compromised, TCAS shall not be selected before clearance to enter the runway has been issued. TCAS shall be deselected after vacating the runway.
6.6 Aircraft not equipped with Mode S transponder shall select Mode A/C and the assigned Mode A code. If no code has been assigned, select Mode A/C and a non-discrete code according to Norway AIP ENR 1.6, section 2.1.2. para c.
7  Helicopter procedures
7.1 Clearance for approach on the procedure LOC x RWY 11 will only be given under certain criteria, regulated in Local Operating Procedures for Sola TWR. Continued approach after the missed approach point (DME 2,0 ZL) shall follow PAPI RWY 11. Landing shall be executed west of TWY H. A missed approach after having passed the missed approach point shall be executed with visual reference to the terrain, West of THR RWY 11 and in accordance with clearances issued by Sola TWR
7.2 Helicopters landing RWY 29 with base leg W of TWY G or E2, shall vacate RWY via TWY D unless otherwise instructed by ATC.
8  FRA Connecting Routes
8.1 FRA Connecting Routes are established between SID final waypoint and FRA Departure Connecting Point,
REF ENR 3.5 - 3/5 and ENR 6.3 - 5.

ENZV AD 2.23  Additional Information

1  Differences from ICAO Annex 14 Vol. I SARPS
1.1 Transverse slopes exceed requirements on parts of RWY, REF para 3.1.19.
1.2 RWY strip contains obstacles (instrument cabins, antennas and automowers), REF para 3.4.6 and ch. 9.9, REF AD 2 ENZV 2 - 1 (Aerodrome Chart).
1.3 RWY strip not sufficient graded around electrical units and pipelines, REF para 3.4.8.
1.4 Longitudinal slopes exceed requirements on part of RWY strip, REF para 3.4.13.
1.5 Insufficient strength of RWY strip on minor area northwest of THR 36, REF para 3.1.4.17.
1.6 Distance between TWY P and TWY Q is 60 m, REF para 3.9.7.
1.7 Slopes exceed requirements on ACFT stand 7, 8 and 9, REF para 3.13.4.
1.8 RWY AHEAD in use as a mandatory instruction marking, REF para 5.2.16.
1.9 The distance between some APCH lights are shorter or longer than required, REF para 5.3.4.23.
1.10 RWY THR lights are on RWY 36 provided by wing bars only, REF para 5.3.10.5.
1.11 RWY THR crossbar lights consist of 10 units on RWY 11, REF para 5.3.10.4.
1.12 TWY CL LGT on apron 7 are yellow, REF para 5.3.17.6.
1.13 Reduced floodlighting ACFT stands on GA-apron and outer helicopter stands, REF para 5.3.24.4.
2  Bird reducing measures

Bird-scare patrols are active H24 and use various equipment, including flare shell crackers, amplified cries of distress, handheld lasers and bird dispersal guns.

3  Approach and runway lights
3.1 The light intensity for sequencing flashing LGT is adjustable in
5 stages, intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100 %, REF AD 1.1.
3.2 The light intensity for APCH and PAPI LGT is adjustable in
5 stages, intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100 %, REF AD 1.1.
3.3 The light intensity for THR, RWY CL, RWY edge and RWY end LGT is adjustable in 5 stages, intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100 %,
REF AD 1.1.
3.4 The light intensity for TDZ LGT RWY 18 and aiming point LGT RWY 11, 29 and 36 is adjustable in 5 stages,
intensity 1 - 3 - 10 - 30 - 100 %, REF AD 1.1.

ENZV AD 2.24  Charts related to an aerodrome

Chart NameSide/Page

Aerodrome Chart

AD 2 ENZV 2 - 1

Aircraft Parking-Docking Chart

AD 2 ENZV 2 - 2

Aircraft Parking-Docking Chart - Coordinates

AD 2 ENZV 2 - 3

Aircraft Parking-Docking Chart - Coordinates (2)

AD 2 ENZV 2 - 4

Push Back Procedures

AD 2 ENZV 2 - 5

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 3 - 1

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 3 - 3

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 3 - 5

Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A - RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 3 - 7

Precision Approach Terrain Chart - RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 3 - 9

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 1

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 2

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 3

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 5

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 6

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 7

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18/36 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 9

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18/36 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 10

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 18/36 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 11

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 13

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 14

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 15

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 17

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 18

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 19

Standard Departure Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11/29 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 21

Standard Departure Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 SID BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11/29 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 22

Omni-Directional Departure RWY 11/29 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 23

Visual Helicopter Departure RWY 11/29 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 24

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 25

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18 (2)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 26

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 27

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 29

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36 (2)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 30

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 31

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 33

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 18 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 34

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 35

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 36 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 36

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 37

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11 (2)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 38

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 39

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 41

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 29 (2)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 42

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 43

Standard Arrival Chart Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 45

Standard Arrival Routes Instrument (RNAV 1 STAR BASED ON GNSS) RWY 11 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 4 - 46

ILS Z or LOC Z RWY 18 CAT II

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 1

ILS Y or LOC Y RWY 18 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 2

RNP RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 3

RNP RWY 18 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 4

VOR RWY 18

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 5

ILS Z or LOC Z RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 7

ILS Y or LOC Y RWY 36 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 8

RNP RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 9

RNP RWY 36 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 10

VOR RWY 36

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 11

ILS Z or LOC Z RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 13

ILS Y or LOC Y RWY 11 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 15

LOC X RWY 11 (CAT H)

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 17

RNP RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 19

RNP RWY 11 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 20

VOR RWY 11

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 21

RNP RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 23

RNP RWY 29 Recommended coding

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 24

VOR RWY 29

AD 2 ENZV 5 - 25

Visual Approach Chart - ICAO

AD 2 ENZV 6 - 1

TMA/TIA CHART FLESLAND/SOLA TMA

AD 2 ENZV 7 - 1

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