LQTZ — TUZLA

Note: The following sections in this chapter are intentionally left blank: AD-2.16, AD-2.20, AD-2.21

LQTZ AD 2.1   Aerodrome Location Indicator And Name

LQTZ — TUZLA

LQTZ AD 2.2   Aerodrome Geographical And Administrative Data

1ARP coordinates and site at AD442731.15N 0184329.21E
2Direction and distance from (city)11 KM BRG 170° from Tuzla
3Elevation/Reference temperature784 FT/23° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSNNIL
5MAG VAR/Annual Change4° E (2017)/0.1° increasing
6AD Administration
Address
Telephone
Telefax
AFS
SITA
URL
Post:


Phone:

Fax:


AFS:
SITA:
E-mail:


URL:
P.E. Tuzla International Airport Ltd. Gornje Dubrave bb 75270 Živinice
+387 35 745 610
+387 35 814 605
+387 35 745 750
+387 35 745 645
+387 35 814 645
NIL
TZLAPXH
opsmanagr@bih.net.ba
aerodrom@bih.net.batzlops@tuzla-airport.ba
opcentar@bih.net.ba
www.tuzla-airport.ba
7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR-VFR
8RemarksNIL

LQTZ AD 2.3   Operational Hours

1AD Operator0800 - 1600 (Local time) MON - FRI (Administration)
2Customs and immigration

Upon NOTAM

3Health and sanitation

Upon NOTAM

4AIS Briefing OfficeUpon NOTAM
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)Upon NOTAM
6MET Briefing Office

H24

7ATSUpon NOTAM
8Fuelling

O/R 24 HR in advance

9Handling

Upon NOTAM

10Security

H24

11De-icingUpon NOTAM
12RemarksLocal time is: - Winter time: UTC+1 - Summer time: UTC+2

LQTZ AD 2.4   Handling Services And Facilities

1Cargo-handling facilities

Forklift (1 x) MAX loading capacity up to 2.5 T; Forklift (1 x) MAX loading capacity up to 3 T; K-loader 40K (1 x) MAX loading height up to 3.9 M, MAX loading capacity up to 18.1 T; Main deck loader Lantis (1 x) MAX loading height up to 5.7 M, MAX loading capacity up to 15 T

2Fuel/oil types

Jet A1 / NIL

3Fuelling facilities/capacity

Fuel depo and fuel vehicles: 2 x 24000 L fuel trucks 1 x 40000 L fixed tank fuel depo

4De-icing facilitiesDe-icing vehicles: Mercedes, fluid type IV (MAX working height 11 M) Magirus, fluid type IV (MAX working height 13 M)
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftNIL
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftNIL
7RemarksNIL

LQTZ AD 2.5   Passenger Facilities

1Hotels

Hotels in Tuzla and Zivinice

2Restaurants

At AD, Tuzla and Zivinice

3Transportation

Bus, taxi and rent a car O/R

4Medical facilities

First aid at AD, hospitals in Tuzla

5Bank and Post Office

In Tuzla and Zivinice

6Tourist OfficeIn Tuzla and Zivinice
7RemarksNIL

LQTZ AD 2.6   Rescue And Fire Fighting Services

1AD category for fire fighting

CAT 6 1)

2Rescue equipmentAccording to ICAO Annex 14

SCANIA P82M (1x): 2900 L water 200 L foam / minute complete hydraulic for rescue; CHEVROLET (1x): 400 L water FAP 1620 (1x): 7000 L water 400 L foam / minute; ROSENBAUER SIMBA TITAN 6x6 (1x): 10000 L water 1000 L foam 250 KG of dry powder on trailer; Additional truck with 4000 L of water available 2 x 50 KG of dry powder located at apron II

3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftLight aircraft to be removed within aerodrome resources and capabilities. Larger aircraft to be removed with assistance of outside resources. All operations to be performed in coordination with aircraft operator.
4Remarks

1) CAT 7 AVBL O/R 24 HR prior notice

LQTZ AD 2.7   Seasonal Availability - Clearing

1Types of clearing equipment

Snowplough (3 x), Broom (2 x), Snow blower (2 x), Spreader (solid agent) (1 x)

2Clearance prioritiesRWY, TWYs, APR
3RemarksNIL

LQTZ AD 2.8   Aprons, Taxiways And Check Locations/Positions Data

1Apron designation, surface and strengthAPRONSURFACESTRENGTH
APRON IASPHPCN 80
APRON IICONCPCN 82
2Taxiway width, surface and strengthTAXIWAYWIDTHSURFACESTRENGTH
A42.7 MASPHPCN 55
B*10.3 MASPHPCN 52
C*22.7 MASPHPCN 49
D*22.7 MASPHPCN 53
E81.5 MASPHPCN 82
F* 22.7 M from TWY E to C
13 M from
TWY C to A
CONCPCN 55
3ACL location and elevationApron I, 767 FT
4VOR checkpointsNIL
5INS checkpointsNIL
6Remarks* TWY temporary closed for ACFT movement

LQTZ AD 2.9   Surface Movement Guidance And Control System And Markings

1Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWYguide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft standsAVBL
2RWY and TWY markings and LGT

RWY-09/27;

RWY Designations, THR, TDZ, centre line, edges

TWY A: Holding positions, edges, centre line, Runway guard lights 1)

TWY B: Holding positions, edges, centre line

TWY C: Holding positions, edges, centre line

TWY D: Holding positions, edges, centre line

TWY E: Holding positions, edges, centre line, Runway guard lights 1)

TWY F: Holding positions, edges, centre line

3Stop barsNIL
4Remarks1) Pairs of alternately flashing ground mounted yellow lights at each side of the TWY (A and E). Operate when TWY edge lights are in use.

LQTZ AD 2.10   Aerodrome Obstacles

1.   Obstacles in Area 2
Obstacle IDObstacle typeCoordinatesELEV at TOP/HGTMarking / LGT type / colourRemarks
123456
See: LQTZ AD 2.24.04-1 and LQTZ AD 2.24.04-3
NILNILNILNILNILNIL
2.   Obstacles in Area 3
Obstacle IDObstacle typeCoordinatesELEV at TOP/HGTMarking / LGT type / colourRemarks
123456
NILNILNILNILNILNIL

LQTZ AD 2.11   Meteorological Information Provided

1Associated MET Office

TUZLA MET

2Hours of service
MET Office outside hours
MET observation: During AD opening hours
MET Office outside hours: MWO Banja Luka
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
Interval of issuance
MWO Banja Luka
24 HR
NIL
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
NIL
NIL
5Briefing / Consultation providedPersonal briefing or via telephone: +387 35 745 746+ 387 35 745 746
Telephone (MWO Banja Luka): +387 51 337 573
6Flight documentation

Language(s) used
METAR, TAF, SIGMET
Charts: SWC, W/T
English
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationDiagnostic and prognostic surface and upper-level chartsof meteorological fields
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationInternet access
9ATS units provided with informationTUZLA TWR, TUZLA APP
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)NIL

LQTZ AD 2.12   Runway Physical Characteristics

RWY DesignatorTrue BRGDimensions of RWY (M)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR COORD,
RWY end COORD,
THR GUND
THR ELEV and highest ELEV of TDZ of precision APP RWY
123456
09096.27º2484 X 45

PCN 56/R/C/W/T

NIL

442735.55N
0184233.35E

NIL

148 FT

THR 765 FT
TDZ 772 FT
27276.30º2484 X 45

PCN 56/R/C/W/T

NIL

442726.72N

0184425.29E

NIL

148 FT

THR 778 FT
TDZ 781 FT
Slope of RWY-SWY dimensions (M) dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)RESA Dimensions (M)OFZRemarks
78910111213
+0.387%NILNIL3000 X 150NILNILNIL
-0.387%NILNIL3000 X 150NILNILNIL

LQTZ AD 2.13   Declared Distances

RWY DesignatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
09

2484

2484

2484

2484

NIL
27

2484

2484

2484

2484

NIL

LQTZ AD 2.14   Approach And Runway Lighting

RWY DesignatorAPCH LGT type, LEN, INTSTTHR LGT, colour, WBARVASIS (MEHT), PAPITDZ LGT LEN
12345
09CAT I
720 M
LIH 1)

G LIH

NIL
PAPI LEFT 3°NIL
27NIL

G LIH

NIL
NILNIL
RWY Centre Line LGT LEN, spacing, colour, INTSTRWY edge LGT LEN, spacing, colour, INTSTRWY End LGT colour, WBARSWY LGT LEN, colourRemarks
678910
NILNIL
60 M
W
LIH
R LIH
NIL
NIL1) Reduced length
NILNIL
60 M
W
LIH
R LIH
NIL
NILNIL

LQTZ AD 2.15   Other Lighting, Secondary Power Supply

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and
hours of operation

ABN: Top of TWR, W/G light, 6 RPM

IBN: NIL

2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
LDI: NIL
Anemometer: TDZ 09 and 27, R
3TWY edge and centre line lightingEDGE: A, B, C, D, E, F; Blue edge lights
CL: NIL
4Secondary power supply/switch-over timeAVBL - 12 SEC 1) / 0 SEC 2)
5Remarks1) TWY LGT
2) APCH LGT, RWY edge LGT, RWY end LGT, THR LGT, PAPI LGT

LQTZ AD 2.16   Helicopter Landing Area

NIL

LQTZ AD 2.17   ATS Airspace

1Designation and lateral limitsTUZLA CTR
A circle radius 5 NM centered on 442731N 0184329E.
2Vertical limitsGND - 5500 FT AMSL
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
TUZLA TOWER
English
5Transition altitude10000 FT AMSL
6Hours of applicabilityNIL
7RemarksNIL

LQTZ AD 2.18   ATS Communication Facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of operationRemarks
12345

APP

TUZLA APPROACH

120.350 MHZ

As ATS

Primary FREQ
121.500 MHZ

As ATS

EMERG FREQ
TWRTUZLA TOWER132.925 MHZ

As ATS

Primary FREQ

LQTZ AD 2.19   Radio Navigation And Landing Aids

Type of aid, MAG VAR, Type of supported OPS (for VOR/ILS/MLS, give declination)IDFrequencyHours of operationPosition of transmitting antenna coordinatesElevation of DME transmitting antennaRemarks
1234567
VOR/DME
(4°E/2017)
TZU108.8 MHZ
CH 25X
H24442724.33N 0184407.53E245.24 MNIL
NDB
(4°E/2017)
TU445 KHZH24442838.21N 0182858.87E298.74 MNon-compliance with Annex 10,Vol.1, 2.3.1
(no information of the operational status on APP/TWR position)
NDB
(4°E/2017)
ZV402 KHZH24442753.08N 0183855.65E233.96 MNon-compliance with Annex 10,Vol.1, 2.3.1
(no information of the operational status on APP/TWR position)
LOC 09
(4°E/2017)
TLA110.1 MHZH24442726.00N 0184434.72E240.24 MILS CAT I
GP 09
(4°E/2017)
-334.4 MHZH24442730.65N 0184245.40E247.81 MNIL
DME 09
(4°E/2017)
TLA 110.1 MHZ
CH 38X
H24442730.65N 0184245.40E247.81 MColocated with GP 09

LQTZ AD 2.20   Local Traffic Regulations

NIL

LQTZ AD 2.21   Noise Abatement Procedures

NIL

LQTZ AD 2.22   Flight Procedures

1.   Low visibility procedures
1.1   INTRODUCTION
The procedures and items below are basic information to aircraft operators and pilots related to specific rules and procedures for airport operations in:

Low visibility take-off (RVR lower than 550 M but not less than 300 M), at Tuzla International Airport.

Tuzla ATC applies special safeguarding and safety procedures for low visibility operations that will become effective in relation to specified weather condition.

Low visibility operations approved for Tuzla International Airport are:
Low visibility take-off (LVTO) for RWY 09 if RVR is not lower than 300 M.
1.2   DEFINITIONS
“Low Visibility Procedures (LVP)” are procedures applied at an aerodrome for the purpose of ensuring safe operations during aircraft approaches in lower than Standard Category I, other than Standard Category II, Category II and III and low visibility take-off. Low visibility take-off (LVTO) means a take-off when a runway visual range (RVR) is lower than 400 M.
1.3   PREPARATION PHASE
The preparation phase for the application of low visibility procedures (LVP or LVTO) starts when the RVR reaches the value of 1000 M or less with expected downwards tendency (Pilots will not be informed about this phase).
During this phase:
  1. Contractors must be required to vacate the area;
  2. Maneuvering area regular maintenance activities must be stopped and all vehicles, people and equipment must be removed to safe positions;
  3. Vehicle speed limit must be reduced to:
    • Apron: 15 KMH;
    • Taxiways: 25 KMH;
    • Runway: 30 KMH.
1.4   ACTIVATION PHASE
The application of ATC procedures for LVP becomes effective when the RVR reaches the value which is equal or less than 550 M. Decision about declaring low visibility procedures is lays ATCO chief duty officer. During LVP only one aircraft shall be allowed to operate on the maneuvering area at time.
During activated LVP entrance of all vehicles to maneuvering area shall be prohibited except those vehicles (Follow-me) that are necessary to ensure the continuity and safety of aerodrome operations. Vehicles entering and moving on the maneuvering area during activated LVP shall have turned on lights and rotary lights (yellow colour) and all 4 winkers (if no rotary lights available).
1.5   LOW VISIBILITY TAKE-OFF (LVTO)
A Low Visibility Take-Off (LVTO) is a take-off when the RVR is lower than 550 M but not lower than 300 M. RVR and vertical visibility shall be the only triggering values for LVTO. The value of 300 M RVR represents the take-off minima for Tuzla Airport. If the RVR goes lower than 300 M, operations shall not be allowed.
The value of 300 M RVR represents the take-off minima for Tuzla Airport. If the RVR goes lower than 300 M, operations shall not be allowed.
During Low Visibility Take-O.ffs, LVP are already activated, and therefore all rules previously described in chapter 1.4. are in force
1.6   VISUAL AIDS
RWY 09 is equipped in accordance with requirements for ILS CAT I operations.Visual aids provided are:
  1. CAT I 720M LIH;
  2. Threshold lights and markings;
  3. Runway edge lights and markings;
  4. Runway end lights and markings;
  5. Runway centerline markings;
  6. Touch-down zone markings;
  7. Taxiway edge lights and markings;
  8. Runway holding position markings.
Aerodrome lighting system (runway ad taxiway lights) shall be operated by ATCO on duty depending on prevailing meteorological conditions. In the absence (failure) of taxiway edge lights, when LVP activated, in all cases, aircraft must be guided by “Follow me” vehicle (to and from apron). A change in the operational status, if caused by a failure expected to continue more than one hour, must be published by NOTAM. Shorter-term deficiencies or failures must be announced to the pilots from BHANSA by RTF.
1.7   TERMINATION PHASE
The termination of LVP becomes effective when weather conditions indicate sustained improvement and RVR improves to the value greater than 600 M (with expected upwards tendency). Flight crews must be informed by RTF: “Low Visibility Procedures Cancelled at time....”. The preparation phase must remain in force until the RVR improves to the value greater than 1000 M.

LQTZ AD 2.23   Additional Information

Bird concentration on and in the vicinity of RWY. Caution advised. Possibility of wildlife appearance in the vicinity of RWY early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Caution advised.

LQTZ AD 2.24   Charts Related To An Aerodrome

NamePage
LQTZ AD 2.24.01-1 Aerodrome Chart - ICAO
LQTZ AD 2.24.04-1 Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A (RWY 09)
LQTZ AD 2.24.04-3 Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A (RWY 27)
LQTZ AD 2.24.08-1 Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 09)
LQTZ AD 2.24.08-3 Standard Departure Chart - Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 27)
LQTZ AD 2.24.10-1 Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument (STAR) - ICAO
LQTZ AD 2.24.12-1 Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (ILS W RWY 09 Missed APP 2.5%)
LQTZ AD 2.24.12-3 Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (ILS Z RWY 09 Missed APP 4.31%)
LQTZ AD 2.24.12-5 Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (VOR/DME RWY 09)
LQTZ AD 2.24.12-7 Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (VOR/DME RWY 27)
LQTZ AD 2.24.12-9 Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (NDB RWY 09)