EETU — Tartu

EETU AD 2.1 AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

EETU — Tartu

EETU AD 2.2 AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1
ARP coordinates and site at AD
581827N 0264113E
On the centre of RWY 08/26
2
Direction and distance from Tartu
5 NM SSW FM Tartu
3
Elevation / Reference temperature
220 ft / 23.1 °C
4
Geoid undulation at AD
63 FT
5
MAG VAR / Annual change
10° E (2015) / +0,1°
6
AD operator, address, telephone, telefax, e-mail, AFS, URL
Post:AS Tallinna Lennujaam Tartu lennujaam
Lennu tn 44, Reola küla
Ülenurme vald
61707 Tartumaa
ESTONIA
Tel:+372 730 9210
Fax:+372 730 9216
AFS:EETUZTZX
URL:www.tartu-airport.ee
E-mail:tartu.info@tll.aero
7
Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)
IFR/VFR
8
Remarks
NIL

EETU AD 2.3 OPERATIONAL HOURS

1
AD operator
AD Operational hours

MON-FRI: 0600-1500 (0500-1400)

See NOTAM.*
2
Customs and immigration
H24 1 HR PN required
3
Health and sanitation
MON-FRI: 0600-1500 (0500-1400) 2 HR PN to AD operator *
4
AIS Briefing Office
Self-Briefing, H24
Tel: +372 625 8293
5
ATS Reporting Office (ARO)
NIL
6
MET Briefing Office
NIL
7
ATS
See NOTAM.*
ATS contacts **
8
Fuelling
Helmcoil AS
AD operational hours, see NOTAM.
fuel 1 HR PN required ***
Tel/fax: +372 730 9250
Request to be submitted:
Tel: +372 507 8084
E-mail: reinmark70@gmail.com
9
Handling
O/R ****

Tallinn Airport GH
Tel/fax: +372 730 9236
SITA: TAYGH8X

Request to be submitted:
Tel: +372 5919 2106
E-mail: tartu.handling@tll.aero
10
Security
H24
11
De-icing
Same as para. 9
12
Remarks

* Outside these hours, services are available with prior arrangement with the AD operator.

** ATS contacts:

Tel.: +372 730 9211
E-mail: eetu@eans.ee

*** Outside AD operational hours, services are available with prior arrangement with the fuelling service provider Requests to be submitted 24 HR PN.

**** Services are available with prior arrangement with the handling service provider. Request to be submitted 24 HR PN.

EETU AD 2.4 HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1
Cargo-handling facilities
NIL
2
Fuel / oil types
Fuel: JET A1, AVGAS 100LL
Oil: NIL
3
Fuelling facilities / capacity
Jet A1: 1 truck 10 000 L / 500 L/min with underwing nozzle, 200 L/min with the overwing nozzle.
AVGAS 100LL: stationary fuel station 3000 L / 1,6 L/s.
4
De-icing facilities
Available
Tel.: +372 5919 2106
5
Hangar space for visiting aircraft
Hangar for 2 A-size aircraft. Hangar is available under previous arrangement with the AD operator.
6
Repair facilities for visiting aircraft
NIL
7
Remarks
NIL

EETU AD 2.5 PASSENGER FACILITIES

1
Hotels
Accommodation in the airport, 1 twin room. Hotels in the city.
2
Restaurants
At AD and in the city
3
Transportation
Buses, taxis
4
Medical facilities
Hospitals in the city
5
Bank and Post Office
In the city
6
Tourist Office
In the city
Tel: +372 744 2111
7
Remarks
NIL

EETU AD 2.6 RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1
AD category for fire fighting
Within AD OPR HR CAT 5. *
2
Rescue equipment
1 fire fighting truck
3
Capability for removal of disabled aircraft
Breakdown truck for category A aircraft **
(REF EETU AD 2.20 p.17)
4
Remarks

* Outside AD OPR HR services are provided with prior arrangement with the AD OPR.

** Information about equipment / vehicles used for removal of disabled aircraft:
Tel.: +372 730 9210.

EETU AD 2.7 SEASONAL AVAILABILITY – CLEARING

1
Types of clearing equipment
  • 2 snow ploughs/sweepers/blowers
  • 2 ploughs/sweepers
  • 2 snow blowers
  • 1 reagent spreader
2
Clearance priorities
1. RWY 08/26 and TWY A.
2. Apron B
3. Apron A
3
Remarks
Serviceable year-round.

Information on snow clearance published from NOV-APR in SNOWTAM.
See also the snow plan in section AD 1.2.2.

EETU AD 2.8 APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS DATA

1
Apron surface and strength
Apron
Surface
Strength
PCN
AASPH / CONCPCN 98/F/B/W/T
BASPH / CONCPCN 101/F/C/W/T
2
Taxiway width, surface and strength
TWY
Width
m
Surface
Strength
PCN
A20 MASPH / CONC120/F/B/W/T
3
Altimeter checkpoint location (ACL) and elevation
RWY HLDG PSN 581835.43N 0264143.43E (REF EETU-ADC)
Elevation: 214 ft
4
VOR checkpoints
NIL
5
INS checkpoints
NIL
6
Remarks
NIL

EETU AD 2.9 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1
Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking / parking guidance system of aircraft stands.
Stands marked.
Guide lines at apron.
Taxiing guidance signs at TWY intersection with RWY and at holding position.
Visual docking/parking system not available.
2
RWY and TWY markings and LGT.
RWY: Designation, THR, TDZ, CL, RWY end: as appropriate marked and lighted.
TWY A: CL, HLDG PSN at TWY / RWY intersection marked, edge lights.
3
Stop bars
NIL
4
Remarks
NIL

EETU AD 2.10 AERODROME OBSTACLES

In Area 2
ID
Type
COORDELEV/HGT
(ft)
Markings/Type, Colour
Remarks
123456
EETUOB 122
Mast
581832,2N0264135,4E239/34NIL/NILNIL
EETUOB 123
Mast
581832,3N0264135,7E238/33NIL/NILNIL
EETUOB 124
Mast
581832,3N0264136,2E238/33NIL/NILNIL
EETUOB 125
Building
581836,7N0264130,0E287/76NIL / F RTWR
EETUOB 224
Mast
581831,3N0264149,3E235/38Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 225
Mast
581830,0N0264102,1E249/35Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 226
Mast
581831,9N0264110,7E240/22Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 227WDI581830,8N0264130,1E237/26Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5009
Mast
580550,1N0264041,2E1764/1148Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5089
Mast
582143,4N0264207,5E886/646Marked / FLG WNIL
EETUOB 5093
Mast
582255,2N0264654,2E602/405Marked / FLG RNIL
EETUOB 5096
Mast
580913,7N0264148,7E634/200Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5098
Mast
582115,9N0263704,5E555/396Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5100
Mast
582112,1N0263716,2E554/397Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5101
Building
581753,6N0264239,7E323/151Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5286
Mast
582504,3N0270600,1E922/818Marked / FLG RNIL
EETUOB 5269
Mast
581339,7N0264201,3E598/328Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5274
Mast
580311,6N0270246,9E608/328Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5320
Mast
581325,5N0270141,4E562/328Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5331
Mast
581104,4N0263428,4E772/328Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5360
Mast
580452,1N0265107,2E730/329Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5395
Mast
580329,6N0265307,4E723/328Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5495
Mast
580952,8N0264607,7E667/296Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5509
Mast
580651,8N0262831,9E644/263Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5525
Mast
581742,9N0263416,1E506/263Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5655
Mast
581052,5N0264143,4E687/263Marked / F RNIL
EETUOB 5715
Mast
581135,8N0263453,7E638/263Marked / F RNIL
ID 6083
Mast
581039,1N0261916,9E592/328Marked / F RNIL
In Area 3
ID
Type
COORDELEV/HGT
(ft)
Markings/Type, Colour
Remarks
123456
ID 1002
Sign
581829.8N0264126.0E218/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1003
Sign
581827.8N0264122.5E220/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1004
PAPI light
581827.2N0264038.9E213/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1005
PAPI light
581827.5N0264038.9E213/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1006
PAPI light
581827.8N0264038.8E213/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1007
PAPI light
581828.1N0264038.8E213/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1008WDI581829.1N0264038.8E229/21Marked / F RNIL
ID 1009
PAPI light
581826.2N0264150.2E205/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1010
PAPI light
581825.9N0264150.2E205/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1011
PAPI light
581825.7N0264150.2E205/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1012
PAPI light
581825.4N0264150.2E205/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1013WDI581830.1N0264150.0E218/21Marked / F RNIL
ID 1014
Sign
581828.0N0264133.4E214/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1015
Sign
581829.8N0264129.7E217/4NIL/NILNIL
ID 1016WDI581830.8N0264130.1E230/20Marked / F RNIL

EETU AD 2.11 METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1
Associated MET Office
MET office of Tartu Airport
2
Hours of service
See NOTAM.*
MET Office outside hours
Estonian Environment Agency – H24 (consultation provided by phone) **
3
Office responsible for TAF preparation
Estonian Environment Agency
Periods of validity
6 HR
Interval of issuance
O/R from MET unit during MET OPR HR, 2 HR PN.
4
Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
NIL
5
Briefing / consultation provided
P ***, T **
6
Flight documentation
Language(s) used

C, PL ****

ET, EN

7
Charts and other information available for briefing or consultation
S, U, P, W, SWH; SWM, SWL ****
8
Supplementary equipment available for providing information
NIL
9
ATS units provided with information
Tartu TWR
10
Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

EETU METAR available during EETU MET OPR HR.

* Automatic Weather Observation System (AWOS). Outside MET unit operated hours weather observations are produced by AWOS and broadcasted as automatic observation messages AUTO METAR.

** Tel: +372 666 0932

(Estonian Environment Agency)

*** Personal briefing from MET Office of Tartu Airport:

Tel: +372 730 9213
Fax: +372 730 9214
E-mail: tartu.meteo@tll.aero

**** see GEN 3.5

EETU AD 2.12 RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations
RWY NR
TRUE BRG
Dimensions of RWY (m)
Strength (PCN) and Surface of RWY and SWY
THR Coordinates
RWY End Coordinates
THR Geoid undulation
THR Elevation and Highest Elevation of TDZ of precision APCH RWY
123456
08088,43°1799 x 3168/F/D/Y/T
ASPH / CONC

581825.87N
0264017.27E

581827.47N
0264207.76E

GUND 63 ft

THR 210 ft
26268,44°1799 x 3168/F/D/Y/T
ASPH / CONC

581827.47N
0264207.76E

581825.87N
0264017.27E

GUND 63 ft

THR 192 ft
 
TDZ 214 ft
Designations
RWY NR
Slope of RWY - SWY
SWY dimensions (m)
CWY dimensions (m)
Strip dimensions (m)
RESA dimensions (m)
7891011
08+0.29% / -0.97%
(949 m / 850 m)
NIL
190 x 1501919 x 300130 x 62
26+0.97% / -0.29%
(850 m / 949 m)
NIL
250 x 1501919 x 300200 x 90
Designations
RWY NR
Location and description of ARST system
OFZ
Remarks
121314
08
NIL
NIL
RWY 08 PCN:
0-419 m 68/F/D/Y/T
419-699 m 73/F/C/Y/T
699-1199 m 117/F/A/Y/T
1199-1799 m 68/F/C/Y/T
26
NIL
NIL
RWY 26 PCN:
0-600 m 68/F/C/Y/T
600-1100 m 117/F/A/Y/T
1100-1380 m 73/F/C/Y/T
1380-1799 m 68/F/D/Y/T

EETU AD 2.13 DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator
TORA
(m)
TODA
(m)
ASDA
(m)
LDA
(m)
Remarks
123456
081799198917991799
NIL
261799204917991799
NIL

EETU AD 2.14 APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY Designator
APCH LGT Type,
LEN, INTST
THR LGT Colour,
WBAR
VASIS, PAPI
(MEHT)
TDZ LGT LEN
12345
08SALS
420 m, LIH
Green, LIH
PAPI
Left 3°

MEHT 56 ft

NIL
26PALS-I
870 m, LIH
Green, LIH
PAPI
Left 3°

MEHT 56 ft

NIL
RCLL LEN,
Spacing, Colour,
INTST
REDL LEN,
Spacing, Colour,
INTST
RENL, Colour,
WBAR
STWL LEN (m),
Colour
Remarks
678910
NIL
1799 m, 60 m, W;
last 600 m Y; LIH
Red, LIH
NIL
NIL
NIL
1799 m, 60 m, W;
last 600 m Y; LIH
Red, LIH
NIL
NIL

EETU AD 2.15 OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1
ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation
NIL
2
LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
NIL
610 m FM THR 26, lighted.
3
TWY edge and centre line lighting
Edge: blue
CL: NIL
4
Secondary power supply / switch-over time
Secondary power supply to all lighting at AD. Switch-over time: 13 SEC.
5
Remarks
NIL

EETU AD 2.16 HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1
Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO
Geoid undulation
NIL

63 ft

2
TLOF and/or FATO elevation (m/ft)
NIL
3
TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking
NIL
4
True and MAG BRG of FATO
NIL
5
Declared distance available
NIL
6
APP and FATO lighting
NIL
7
Remarks
Landing on runway and apron A stand 11, according to AD 2.20 para. 11.

EETU AD 2.17 ATS AIRSPACE

1
Designation and lateral limits
TARTU CTR
A circle, radius 11 NM centred at 581827N 0264113E
2
Vertical limits
SFC to 1500 ft MSL
3
Airspace classification
D (outside TWR operational hours: G)
4
ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
Tartu Tower

ET, EN

5
Transition altitude
5000 FT MSL
6
Hours of applicability
See NOTAM. *
7
Remarks
Exercise and training areas established within Tartu CTR.
For information concerning Zone 7 and Zone 8 see ENR 5.3.
* Outside these hours services are available O/R. Request to be submitted to the AD operator not later than 15.00 UTC (14.00) on previous day.

EETU AD 2.18 ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service Designation
Call Sign
Channel(s)
Hours of Operation
Remarks
12345
TWR
Tartu Tower
133.900 MHz
121.500 MHz
HO
HO
VDF AVBL
EMERG FREQ
ATIS
Tartu Information
123.125 MHzH24EN
Tel: +372 730 9212

EETU AD 2.19 RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, MAG VAR
Type of Supported OP (for VOR/ILS/MLS, Given Declination)
IDFREQ
OPR HR
Position of Transmitting Antenna Coordinates
Elevation of DME Transmitting Antenna
Remarks
1234567

Remarks:

The responsible unit for radio navigation and landing aids is Estonian ANS, for contacts see GEN 3.4.

LOUM397 kHzHO581831,3N 0264607,0E

079°MAG / 2.1 NM FM THR 26.

Coverage:
80 NM
LMU366 kHzHO581828,8N 0264307,8E

079°MAG / 0.5 NM FM THR 26.

Coverage:
25 NM
OMDashes75 MHzHO581830,6N 0264605,9E

079°MAG / 2.1 NM FM THR 26.

MMDots / Dashes75 MHzHO581828,3N 0264307,5E

079°MAG / 0.5 NM FM THR 26.

LOC 26
ILS CAT I
(10° E 2015)
IUM108,500 MHzHO581825,5N 0263948,9E
LOC course 259°
GP 26329,900 MHzHO581823,7N 0264151,1E
Angle 3°
DME 26IUMCH 22XHO581823,7N 0264151,1E300 FT
Coverage:
25 NM

EETU AD 2.20 LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

1 Airport Regulations

The information concerning local air traffic at Tartu aerodrome is given in the AIP and is available at self-briefing.

When a local regulation is of importance for the safe operation of aircraft on the apron, the information will be given by the Tartu Tower (TWR) during its OPR HR.

2 Start-Up, Push-Back and Power-Back Procedures

All turbine engine aircrafts should obtain clearance for engine start-up from Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz. Clearance from ATS unit for engine start-up assures that potential delay starting from the time when aircraft is ready for departure will not exceed 10 minutes.

When CTOT assigned for aircraft is expiring and it is reasonable to suspect that aircraft will not be able to depart within CTOT tolerance, ATS unit will not agree with a request for engine start-up. New CTOT should be requested by Operator or its representative.

In exceptional circumstances push-back from stands will be allowed according to instructions received from Tartu TWR and marshalling signals by marshaller.

Push-back is allowed when the marshaller is assisted by at least 2 assistants.

3 APU Use

APU may be used without time restrictions on stands at apron A and B.

APU switch on and/or switch off is forbidden during fuelling.

4 Maintenance Run-Ups

Maintenance run-ups shall be previously coordinated with Tartu TWR by phone +372 730 9211 or FREQ 133.900 MHz.

Engine idle checks are allowed on all aircraft stands on all aprons.

High-power aircraft run-ups are allowed without any restrictions only on TWY and RWY.

During the testing of aircraft engines/systems, usage of metal-edged wheel chocks are allowed only during winter weather conditions when TWY is covered with snow, ice or slush.

5 De-icing Procedures

De-icing of aircrafts is conducted on all stands of aprons A and B. Crew shall inform Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz when starting de-icing operations to avoid potential departure delays.

6 Operation of Mode S Transponders on the Ground

Not applicable.

7 En-route Clearance and CTOT Related Procedures

For en-route clearance contact Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz not earlier that 10 minutes before EOBT or before Estimated Time of engine start-up, depending on which is the latest, and report aircraft call sign and stand number.

When the flight managed by CFMU is ready to depart before assigned CTOT, crew may inform Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz about the request of REA message.

When the crew is not able to depart within CTOT tolerance, a new CTOT shall be requested via Tartu TWR, flight operator or ground handling.

The time check can be requested from Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz.

8 Parking

Arriving aircraft will be allocated a stand by the Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz along with taxiing guide lines.

An aircraft can be assisted by the “FOLLOW ME” vehicle. Assistance from the “FOLLOW ME” vehicle can be requested via Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz.

During parking on aircraft stands 1, 2, 3 and 4 aircraft edges (wing tip, etc) shall be marked with safety cones, on other aircraft stands safety cones are recommended.

8.1 Apron A

General aviation shall use the stands on apron A.

Positioning of aircraft on stands at apron A is conducted according to the marshalling signals of marshaller and/or guidelines given by Tartu TWR.

On stands 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, aircrafts shall be positioned towards North.

On stands 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, aircrafts should be positioned towards South.

Flight crew should inform Tartu TWR if for some reason (i.e due to wind direction) it is required to position an aircraft on apron A in a non-standard way.

8.2 Apron B

Scheduled air traffic shall use the stands on apron B.

Positioning of aircraft with the nose towards West, on stands at apron B is conducted according to the marshalling signals of marshaller and/or guidelines given by Tartu TWR.

Flight crew shall inform Tartu TWR if for some reason (i.e due to wind direction) it is required to position an aircraft on apron B in a non-standard way.

8.3 Parking Area for Helicopters

There is no special parking area for helicopters at Tartu aerodrome. Helicopters positioning to the stands is conducted according to the marshalling signals of marshaller and/or guidelines given by Tartu TWR.

9 Taxiing

Tartu TWR gives taxiing clearance only on TWY or on RWY. Tartu TWR will provide taxiing guidelines and information for movement on aprons.

TWY does not have stop-bars. During winter conditions the yellow TWY guide lines may not be visible due to precipitations.

An aircraft can be assisted by “FOLLOW ME” vehicle. Assistance from the “FOLLOW ME” vehicle can be requested via Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz.

When an aircraft is assisted by “FOLLOW ME” vehicle, TWR will give taxiing clearance to arriving aircraft until the site where assistance starts and to departing aircraft from the site where assistance finishes.

9.1 Taxiing on Apron A and B

Aircraft movement on apron A shall be coordinated with Tartu TWR. Tartu TWR will then provide an aircraft with information and guidelines if necessary, for establishing smooth movement.

Flight crew is responsible for avoidance of collision with other aircrafts, vehicles, humans and obstacles when moving on apron A and B. Movement shall be along yellow TWY guide lines. Marked yellow TWY guide lines shall not be ignored or deviated from them, except when movement on movement area is assisted by “FOLLOW ME” vehicle.

9.2 Taxiing Elsewhere than on Apron A and B

It is allowed to taxi without “FOLLOW ME” vehicle from apron A to the site in front of the hangar along the road for aircrafts with wingspan up to 15 m.

10 School and Training Flights - Technical Test Flights - Use of Runways

School and training flights form majority of the flights at Tartu aerodrome.

IFR school and training flights and technical test flights are permitted after prior coordination with Tartu TWR. Prior coordination is not necessary for VFR school and training flights and IFR cross-country flights.

Tartu TWR will coordinate maximum of two simultaneous IFR training flights conducting instrument approaches in Tartu TMA.

Coordination with Tartu TWR shall be done by phone +372 7 309 211 prior to filing a flight plan.

IFR training flights are planned with EOBT in the timeframe of first 2 opening hours of Tartu TWR, coordination shall be done on the previous day at the latest.

If the coordinated time period is changed or not used, Tartu TWR shall be informed by operator as soon as practicable.

Note: Coordination for such a flight does not give any priorities.

11 Helicopter Traffic - Limitations

Helicopters are allowed to take-off from and land to RWY.

Helicopters with MTOW below 1200 kg are allowed to take-off from and land to stand nr 11 on apron A when visibility is 5 km and over.

When taking-off from or landing to stand nr 11, a departure or approach should be conducted in sector 080-260, avoiding flying above apron A and B.

Air-taxi is allowed only for helicopters without wheels. Air-taxi over grass, other aircrafts, vehicles or humans is forbidden. Air-taxi is allowed only along yellow TWY guide lines.

Marked yellow TWY guide lines should not be ignored or deviated from them, except when movement on movement area is assisted by “FOLLOW ME” vehicle.

12 Reduced Distances and Procedures for Intersection Take-Off’s

Not applicable.

13 Take-Off Positions and Procedures

Not applicable.

14 Procedures on Movement Area When Visibility 2000 m or Below

When at Tartu aerodrome visibility drops to 2000 m or below, powered-pushback is forbidden.

15 Low Visibility Procedures for Take-Off (LVPTO)

To be developed.

16 Runway Occupancy Time

ATS is taking into consideration that each aircraft lining up the RWY is ready to depart without considerable delay.

If possible, flight crews should perform pre-departure checks and/or finish with cabin preparation procedures before lining up the RWY.

If an aircraft is not ready to depart, flight crew should inform Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz about it before lining up the RWY.

17 Removal of Disabled Aircraft From Runway

When an aircraft is wrecked on runway, it is the duty of the owner or user of such aircraft to have it removed as soon as possible after getting permission from Estonian Safety Investigation Bureau.

The aircraft may be removed by the aerodrome authority at the owner’s or user’s expense.

EETU AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

No noise abatement procedures are established at Tartu aerodrome. Low level flights shall be avoided over the Tartu city at night time.

EETU AD 2.22 FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1 General

At Tartu combined tower control and approach control unit, with a call sign “Tartu Tower” (TWR), is providing procedural aircraft control within Tartu CTR and TMA according to published operational hours.

2 Procedures for IFR Flights Within Tartu TMA

Arriving and departing IFR flights shall follow the procedures published in ENR 1.5.

Depending on the traffic situation or weather conditions, inbound aircraft may be instructed, if necessary, to hold over LO or over RNAV holdings NIVER or ERULI as depicted on the Instrument Approach Charts (IAC).

Since this material contains specific terms and abbreviations, the tables are published in English as original.

NON-RNAV HOLDINGS
IDINBD MAG °Turn direction

MAX IAS
kt

MNM HLDG LVL
ft
Time
MIN
123456
UM (LO)259Left23020001
RNAV HOLDINGS
IDINBD
TR °T
INBD
MAG°
Turn directionMAX IAS
kt
MNM HLDG LVL
ft
Time
MIN
Distance
NM
NIVER178.1168Left23020001
ERULI178.7169Right23020001

Circling approach is permitted south from the aerodrome. OCA for each RWY - see Instrument Approach Chart (IAC).

In omnidirectional departure, from RWY 08 and RWY 26, climb on RWY track to MNM 700 ft MSL before starting a turn, unless a higher altitude is specified by ATC. Omnidirectional departures (see PANS-OPS, ICAO Doc 8168).

Unless otherwise prescribed by ATS unit the aircraft shall use the following entry/exit points for entering to or leaving from Tartu TMA:

OSKAV584204N 0260122E
RISKU581729N 0254655E
OSLIK575909N 0260519E
SUMIM575444N 0272910E
2.1 Arrival Procedures
2.1.1 RNAV STAR Procedures

Note: This information must be included in Aircraft Operator Route Manual.

Arriving P-RNAV Approved traffic will be cleared normally to follow RNAV STAR serving the runway in use.

2.1.1.1 General

The approach clearance may be issued during the RNAV STAR after crossing IAF (see AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-3, AD 2.EETU-IAC-08-2 and AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-4AD 2.EETU-IAC-08-2).

Descent clearances will be always given separately.

Final approach is not permitted without appropriate approach clearance.

2.1.1.2 Approved Users, Equipment and Operational Procedures

Operators are required to have a P-RNAV approval by ECAA (see AIC A 04/2013).

2.1.1.3 Position Update

All RNAV STARs are based on GNSS position update.

Note: DME/DME back up is not available in Tartu TMA.

2.1.1.4 RNAV Equipment Failure

ATC shall be informed as soon as practicable in case of airborne RNAV equipment failure or GNSS position update malfunction. ATC shall provide procedural separation from other traffic.

2.1.1.5 RNAV STAR Instructions

RNAV STAR description is published as a coding table and a list of waypoints in sequence. Establishment of speed limits and altitude restrictions shall be notified on the chart and in the RNAV STAR description.

2.1.1.6 RNAV STAR Chart

RNAV STAR includes information about distance to next point.

Altitude restriction are depicted on the chart.

2.1.1.7 Waypoint List

A separate list of coordinates in WGS-84 for all waypoints used for RNAV STAR in Tartu TMA is provided in paragraph 2.1.2.

2.1.1.8 Holding

RNAV holdings are provided in paragraph 2.

2.1.2 STAR Coding Tables, Waypoint List

Since this material contains specific terms and abbreviations, the following tables are published in English as original.

2.1.2.1 RNAV STAR EETU RWY 08 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT
name
FlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn directionAltitude
ft
MAX  IAS
kt
OSKAV 2CRNAV 1IFOSKAV-------
TFTU863-157.114715.1---
TFUMKOK-157.21475.9-+3000230
TFNIVER-157.31475.0-+2000230

RISKU 1CRNAV 1IFRISKU-------
TFNIVER-087.707817.8-+2000230

OSLIK 2CRNAV 1IFOSLIK-------
TFOSGEX-030.402016.3-+3000230
TFNIVER-358.23485.0-+2000230

SUMIM 2CRNAV 1IFSUMIM-------
TFBARVU-306.329631.9---
TFOSGEX-268.725910.4Right+3000230
TFNIVER-358.23485.0-+2000230
2.1.2.2 RNAV STAR EETU RWY 08 - Waypoint List
WPT nameCoordinates
BARVU581324.0N 0264036.0E
NIVER581807.0N 0262035.0E
OSGEX581307.8N 0262053.3E
OSKAV584204.0N 0260122.0E
OSLIK575909.0N 0260519.0E
RISKU581729.0N 0254655.0E
SUMIM575444.0N 0272910.0E
TU863582809.0N 0261235.0E
UMKOK582243.2N 0261655.5E
2.1.2.3 RNAV STAR EETU RWY 26 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT
name
FlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn directionAltitude
ft
MAX  IAS
kt
OSKAV 2DRNAV 1IFOSKAV-------
TFTU995-119.811021.0---
TFNUKDU-119.911015.8-+3000230
TFERULI-178.71695.0-+2000230

RISKU 2DRNAV 1IFRISKU-------
TFOSGEX-103.409318.5---
TFBARVU-088.407810.4---
TFBODSE-088.207811.6-+3000230
TFERULI-358.83495.0-+2000230

OSLIK 2DRNAV 1IFOSLIK-------
TFBARVU-052.404223.6---
TFBODSE-088.207811.6Left+3000230
TFERULI-358.83495.0-+2000230

SUMIM 2DRNAV 1IFSUMIM-------
TFBODSE-323.531423.8-+3000230
TFERULI-358.83495.0-+2000230
2.1.2.4 RNAV STAR EETU RWY 26 - Waypoint List
WPT nameCOORDINATES
BARVU581324.0N 0264036.0E
BODSE581343.9N 0270228.2E
ERULI581843.0N 0270216.0E
NUKDU582342.4N 0270203.4E
OSGEX581307.8N 0262053.3E
OSKAV584204.0N 0260122.0E
OSLIK575909.0N 0260519.0E
RISKU581729.0N 0254655.0E
SUMIM575444.0N 0272910.0E
TU995583136.0N 0263604.0E
2.2 Departure Procedures

For en-route clearance the departing IFR traffic shall contact Tartu TWR on FREQ 133.900 MHz not earlier than 10 minutes prior to EOBT or estimated Engine Start-up Time, whichever is the earliest. The use of RNAV SID is normally included in en-route clearance. Departing aircraft unequipped for P-RNAV SID or unapproved GNSS-based P-RNAV shall inform ATC.

2.2.1 RNAV SID Procedures

Note: This information must be included in Aircraft Operator Route Manual.

2.2.1.1 Approved Users, Equipment and Operations

Operators are required to have a P-RNAV approval by ECAA (see AIC A 04/2013).

2.2.1.2 Position Update

All RNAV SIDs are based on GNSS for position update.

Note: DME/DME back up is not available in Tartu TMA.

2.2.1.3 RNAV Equipment Failure

ATC shall be informed as soon as practicable in case of airborne RNAV equipment failure or GNSS position update malfunction. ATC shall provide procedural separation from other traffic.

2.2.1.4 RNAV SID Instructions

RNAV SID description is published as a coding table and a list of waypoints in sequence. Establishment of speed limits and altitude restrictions shall be notified on the chart and in the RNAV SID description.

2.2.1.5 Waypoint List

A separate list of coordinates in WGS-84 format for all waypoints used in Tartu TMA is provided in the paragraph 2.2.2.

2.2.2 SID Coding Tables, Waypoint List
2.2.2.1 RNAV SID EETU RWY 08 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT
name
FlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn directionAltitude
ft
MAX  IAS
kt
OSKAV 1ARNAV 1TFTU408-088.50794.0Left+1000230
TFTU412-358.33487.1---
TFTU995-310.23009.3---
TFOSKAV-299.829021.0---

RISKU 1ARNAV 1TFTU408-088.50794.0Right+1000230
TFTU690-178.51686.5---
TFTU779-250.424016.0---
TFRISKU-299.829021.3---

OSLIK 1ARNAV 1TFTU408-088.50794.0Right+1000230
TFTU690-178.51686.5---
TFTU815-220.22108.4---
TFOSLIK-250.024019.6---

SUMIM 1ARNAV 1TFTU408-088.50794.0Right+1000230
TFTU532-138.812913.5---
TFSUMIM-139.312918.2---
2.2.2.2 RNAV SID EETU RWY 08 - Waypoint List
WPT nameCoordinates
OSKAV584204.0N 0260122.0E
OSLIK575909.0N 0260519.0E
RISKU581729.0N 0254655.0E
SUMIM575444.0N 0272910.0E
TU408581834.0N 0264953.6E
TU412582538.0N 0264930.0E
TU532580828.0N 0270645.0E
TU690581208.0N 0265013.0E
TU779580650.0N 0262146.0E
TU815580545.0N 0264000.0E
TU995583136.0N 0263604.0E
2.2.2.3 RNAV SID EETU RWY 26 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT
name
FlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn directionAltitude
ft
MAX  IAS
kt
OSKAV 1BRNAV 1TFTU826-268.32584.0-+1000230
TFTU980-325.83165.5---
TFOSKAV-325.431523.4---

RISKU 1BRNAV 1TFTU826-268.32584.0-+1000230
TFTU725-268.22584.5---
TFRISKU-267.725819.6---

OSLIK 1BRNAV 1TFTU826-268.32584.0-+1000230
TFTU830-216.92076.0---
TFTU854-216.820710.3---
TFOSLIK-216.62077.7---

SUMIM 1BRNAV 1TFTU826-268.32584.0Left+1000230
TFTU842-178.31686.5---
TFTU758-128.011816.8---
TFSUMIM-112.610318.1---
2.2.2.4 RNAV SID EETU RWY 26 - Waypoint List
WPT nameCoordinates
OSKAV584204.0N 0260122.0E
OSLIK575909.0N 0260519.0E
RISKU581729.0N 0254655.0E
SUMIM575444.0N 0272910.0E
TU725581811.0N 0262402.0E
TU758580135.0N 0265749.0E
TU826581818.9N 0263227.7E
TU830581332.0N 0262538.0E
TU842581152.0N 0263249.0E
TU854580519.0N 0261359.0E
TU980582251.0N 0262636.0E
2.3 Approach Procedures
2.3.1 RNAV (GNSS) Approach Procedures

Note: This information must be included in Aircraft Operator Route Manual.

2.3.1.1 General

If RNAV capable aircraft wishes to commence RNAV (GNSS) approach, ATS shall be informed as soon as practicable.

The approach clearance may be issued during the RNAV STAR after crossing IAF (see AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-3 and AD 2.EETU-IAC-08-2).

Final approach cannot be performed without appropriate approach clearance.

2.3.1.2 Approved Users, Equipment and Operational Procedures

Operators are required to have an approval by ECAA for necessary equipment to commence RNAV approach (see AIC A 04/2013).

2.3.1.3 Position Update

All RNAV (GNSS) instrument approach procedures are based on GNSS position update.

Note: DME/DME back up is not available in Tartu TMA.

2.3.1.4 RNAV Equipment Failure

ATC shall be informed as soon as practicable in case of airborne RNAV equipment failure or GNSS position update malfunction. ATC shall provide procedural separation from other traffic.

2.3.2 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08

Since this material contains specific terms and abbreviations, the table is published in English as original.

2.3.2.1 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT
name
TypeFlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn directionAltitude
ft
MAX  IAS
kt
UMKOK ARNP APCHIFUMKOKIAF-----+3000230
TFNIVERIF-157.31475.0Left+2000230
TFTU710FAF-088.10784.9-2000-
TFRW08MAPtYes088.30785.5---
TFERULIMAHFYes088.507911.6-+2000-
NIVER ARNP APCHIFNIVERIAF-----+2000230
TFTU710FAF-088.10784.9-2000-
TFRW08MAPtYes088.30785.5---
TFERULIMAHFYes088.507911.6-+2000-
OSGEX ARNP APCHIFOSGEXIAF-----+3000230
TFNIVERIF-358.23485.0Right+2000230
TFTU710FAF-088.10784.9-2000-
TFRW08MAPtYes088.30785.5---
TFERULIMAHFYes088.507911.6-+2000-
2.3.2.2 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08 - Final Approach Parameters
FINAL APPROACH PARAMETERS
LNAV GRADIENTBARO-VNAVTCH
VPAMNM T°
5.24% (3.0°)3.00°-20°C50 ft
2.3.2.3 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08 - Waypoint List
WPT nameCoordinates
BARVU581324.0N 0264036.0E
ERULI581843.0N 0270216.0E
NIVER581807.0N 0262035.0E
RW08581825.9N 0264017.3E
OSGEX581307.8N 0262053.3E
TU710581816.4N 0262955.6E
UMKOK582243.2N 0261655.5E
2.3.2.4 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08 - Holdings

Holdings for EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08 are provided in the paragraph 2.

2.3.3 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26

Since this material contains specific terms and abbreviations, the table is published in English as original.

2.3.3.1 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT
Name
TypeFlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn DirectionAltitude
ft
MAX
IAS
kt
NUKDU ARNP APCHIFNUKDUIAF-----+3000230
TFERULIIF-178.71695.0Right+2000230
TFTU449FAF-268.82595.1-2000-
TFRW26MAPtYes268.62595.5---
TFNIVERMAHFYes268.425811.4-+2000-
BODSE ARNP APCHIFBODSEIAF-----+3000230
TFERULIIF-358.83495.0Left+2000230
TFTU449FAF-268.82595.1-2000-
TFRW26MAPtYes268.62595.5---
TFNIVERMAHFYes268.425811.4-+2000-
2.3.3.2 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26 - Final Approach Parameters
FINAL APPROACH PARAMETERS
LNAV GRADIENTBARO-VNAVTCH
VPAMNM T°
5.24% (3.0°)3.00°-20°C50 ft
2.3.3.3 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26 - Waypoint List
WPT NameCoordinates
BARVU581324.0N 0264036.0E
BODSE581343.9N 0270228.2E
ERULI581843.0N 0270216.0E
NIVER581807.0N 0262035.0E
NUKDU582342.4N 0270203.4E
RW26581827.5N 0264207.8E
TU449581836.0N 0265235.9E
2.3.3.4 EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26 - Holding

Holdings for EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26 are provided in paragraph 2.

2.3.4 EETU NDB 26
Fix
Radial and distance
Coordinates
UM LO IAF/FAF-581831.3N 0264607.0E
2.3.5 EETU ILS Y or LOC RWY 26
Fix
Radial and distance
Coordinates
UM LO IAF-581831.0N 0264607.0E
IF DIPSI8.5 NM IUM581840.0N 0265810.0E
IF (LOC) ABSAK10.6 NM IUM581843.0N 0270210.0E
FAF (LOC) UNESU5.6 NM IUM581837.0N 0265241.0E
FAP SOBRU5.4 NM IUM581836.0N 0265225.0E
2.3.6 EETU ILS Z 26
2.3.6.1 EETU ILS Z 26 - Coding
PROC IDNavigation specificationP/ TWPT nameTypeFlyoverCourse ° TCourse ° MAGDistance NMTurn directionAltitudeMAX IAS kt
BODSERNP APCHIFBODSEIAF+3000230
TFERULIIF358.8348.85.0Left+2000230
NUKDURNP APCHIFNUKDUIAF+3000230
TFERULIIF178.7168.75.0Right+2000230
2.3.6.2 EETU ILS Z 26 - Waypoint List
WPT NAMECoordinatesCoordinates
NUKDU582342.4N 0270203.4E-
BODSE581343.9N 0270228.2E-
ERULI581843.0N 0270216.0E10.6 NM IUM
FAP581835.7N 0265223.3E5.4 NM IUM
3 Radar Procedures Within Tartu TMA

Not applicable.

4 Radio Communication Failure

In the event of radio communication failure, the pilot shall act in accordance with the radio communication failure procedures in ICAO Annex 2.

In case of radio communication failure, when aircraft is performing RNAV approach, procedures published on Instrument Approach Charts EETU RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08 and RWY 26 shall be followed.

Aircraft with phone on board shall call Tartu TWR +372 730 9211 and if possible, stay on line until instructed by ATC.

5 Procedures for VFR Flights Within Uncontrolled Airspace Below Tartu TMA

Flight information and alerting service is provided by Tallinn ACC on FREQ 127.175 MHz and 134.325 MHz for the uncontrolled airspace below Tartu TMA.

Aircraft flying in uncontrolled airspace below Tartu TMA should, without coordination with Tartu TWR, stay at least 500 ft below the lower limit of Tartu TMA (max altitude 1000 ft MSL).

The request to climb closer than 500 ft to the lower limit of Tartu TMA, shall be coordinated with Tartu TWR (FREQ 133.900 MHz). It is assumed that an aircraft is maintaining continuous two-way radio communication with Tartu TWR.

6 Procedures for VFR Flights Within Tartu CTR

Visual flight procedures as depicted on the Visual Approach Chart (VAC) apply only during the OPR HR of Tartu TWR.

An aircraft conducting VFR flight shall enter and exit Tartu CTR via the entry/exit points shown on the Visual Approach Chart (AD 2.EETU-VAC) unless otherwise cleared by Tartu TWR.

The pilots of arriving and departing aircraft are requested to report the receipt of ATIS broadcast by reading back relevant designator of information and QNH on initial radio contact.

All CTR entry/exit points are compulsory reporting points.

Entry/exit points are:

ELVAT581248N 0262324E
LEKNU582925N 0264038E
LALVI582630N 0262706E
VAKET581036N 0265548E

Maximum altitude within Tartu CTR (incl. passing of entry/exit points) is 1000 ft AMSL.

If traffic situation requires or a RWY in-use is blocked, an aircraft conducting VFR flight may be directed to the holding areas presented on Visual Approach Chart (AD 2.EETU-VAC):

SOUTH – east of Kambja village
NORTH – north of Ilmatsalu village

7 Flights in Tartu Aerodrome Traffic Circuits

Traffic circuits are shown on Tartu aerodrome Landing Chart (AD 2.EETU-LDG).

Maximum altitude in traffic circuit is 1000 ft AMSL.

During night time an aircraft conducting school and training flight should use southern traffic circuit in order to avoid flying above settlement situated north of RWY.

8 School and Training Flights Within Tartu CTR and TMA

Restrictions for school flights, training flights and technical test flights in Tartu CTR and TMA are provided in paragraph EETU AD 2.20 p10.

For conduction of school and training flights an exercise and training areas 7 and 8 are established within Tartu
CTR, which are depicted on the Visual Approach Chart (AD 2. EETU-VAC).

Zone 7 –580845N 0263127E
581218N 0263451E
581024N 0264128E
580728N 0264142E
along CTR border
(clockwise) until
580845N 0263127E
Zone 8 –582204N 0265300E
582305N 0264432E
582718N 0264025E
582744N 0264705E
582430N 0265340E
582204N 0265300E

See AIP ENR 5.3.

Clearance to use these zones is obtained from Tartu TWR. Depending on a traffic situation, Tartu TWR will assign maximum allowed altitude in Zone 7 and 8.

9 Special VFR Operations in Tartu CTR

Special VFR clearance from Tartu TWR is required to perform VFR flights in Tartu CTR in instrument meteorological conditions.

ATC shall provide separation between special VFR and IFR flights and between all special VFR flights.

Tartu TWR may refuse special VFR clearance if traffic situation requires or safety is not guaranteed.

10 Flight Operations Outside Tartu TWR Published Working Hours

Tartu TWR shall inform all stations by broadcasting on frequency 133.900 MHz about the start and end of ATC service and appropriate airspace class changes.

Continuous training flight operations are also conducted outside Tartu TWR working hours in the vicinity of Tartu aerodrome, both in IMC and VMC.

If an aircraft is fitted with two-way radio communication equipment, such equipment shall be switched on and the pilot shall be monitoring at frequency 133.900 MHz in the vicinity of Tartu aerodrome and on the manoeuvring area during the time when Tartu TWR is not in service (uncontrolled aerodrome). Aircraft forming part of Tartu aerodrome traffic shall provide information on the manoeuvres and flight altitudes on frequency 133.900 MHz (call sign "TARTU LIIKLUS / TARTU TRAFFIC").

EETU AD 2.23 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1 Bird Concentrations in the Vicinity of the Airport

Intense activity of flocks of gulls and crows takes place in the period MAR-NOV depending on a rise or a fall in temperature, from one to two hours after sunrise when birds fly from resting area (river NE of the airport) across approach of RWY 26 to their feeding area (1.5 NM SE from threshold RWY 26). Height varies from 300-600 ft AGL. From one to two hours before sunset the same activity as described above takes place in reverse when the birds return to their resting area.

Flocks of geese across approach of RWY 26 at a distance of APRX 1.5-2.5 NM from threshold RWY 26 during spring (APR-MAY) and autumn (SEP-OCT) migration. Height varies from 300-600 ft AGL.

As far as practicable, Tower (TWR) will inform pilots of the bird activity and the estimated heights AGL.

Pilots are advised to operate landing lights during take-off, climb-out, approach and landing.

EETU AD 2.24 CHARTS RELATED TO THE TARTU AERODROME

Name of chart
Page
Aerodrome Chart - ICAO
  AD 2.EETU-ADC
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Aircraft Parking / Docking Chart - ICAO
  AD 2.EETU-APDC
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO - Type A
  AD 2.EETU-AOC-A-08-26
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument - ICAO - EETU RNAV STAR 08
  AD 2.EETU-RNAV STAR-08
  (16 AUG 2018)
PDF
Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument - ICAO - EETU RNAV STAR 26
  AD 2.EETU-RNAV STAR-26
  (16 AUG 2018)
PDF
Standard Departure Chart - Instrument - ICAO - EETU RNAV SID 08
  AD 2.EETU-RNAV SID-08
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Standard Departure Chart - Instrument - ICAO - EETU RNAV SID 26
  AD 2.EETU-RNAV SID-26
  (21 JUN 2018)
PDF
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - EETU RNAV (GNSS) 08
  AD 2.EETU-IAC-08-2
  (16 AUG 2018)
PDF
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - EETU NDB 26
  AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-1
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - EETU ILS Y or LOC RWY 26
  AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-2
  (0624 DECMAY 2018)
PDF
PDF
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - EETU RNAV (GNSS) 26
  AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-3
  (16 AUG 2018)
PDF
Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO - EETU ILS Z 26
  AD 2.EETU-IAC-26-4
  (06 DEC 2018)
PDF
Visual Approach Chart - ICAO
  AD 2.EETU-VAC
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Landing Chart
  AD 2.EETU-LDG
  (24 MAY 2018)
PDF
Bird Concentrations in the Vicinity of the Aerodrome
  AD 2.EETU-BIRD
  (07 APR 2011)
PDF