AIM Data Catalogue

All subjects, properties and sub-properties of:

Aerodrome

Number of rows : 344
Subject Property Sub-Property ID Type Description Note Reference Accuracy Integrity Origin type Pub. Resolution Chart Resolution ADQ HL-Ref IFR Accuracy IFR Integrity VFR Accuracy VFR Integrity NatDqr Reference
Aerodrome/HeliportName18TextThe primary official name of an aerodrome as designated by an appropriate authority.Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.3 1)/ AD 2.1VFR AD INFO
DesignatorICAO location indicator17TextThe four letter ICAO location indicator of the aerodrome/heliport, as listed in ICAO DOC 7910 (Location Indicators).if anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 1.3 1)/ AD 2.1VFR AD INFO
Designator IATA976TextThe identifier that is assigned to a location in accordance with rules (resolution 767) governed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).if anyAMDB
Other977TextA locally defined airport identifier, if other than an ICAO Location IndicatorAIS-AIM SG 12
Served city20TextThe full name of the city or town the aerodrome/heliport is servingAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 2)VFR AD INFO
Type of traffic permittedInternational_national50Code listIndication if international and/or national flights are permitted at the aerodrome/heliport Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.3 2)
IFR_VFR51Code listIndication if IFR and/or VFR flights are permitted at the aerodrome/heliport Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.3 2)/ AD 2.2 7)
Sched_nonsched52Code listIndication if scheduled and/or nonscheduled flights are permitted at the aerodrome/heliport Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.3 2)
Civil_military53Code listIndication if civil commercial aviation and/or general aviation and/or military flights are permitted at the aerodrome/heliport Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.3 2)
Restricted_use54TextIndication if an aerodrome or heliport is not open for the public (Only for the use of the owners).AIXM 5.1 AirportHeliportVFR AD INFO
Heliport type22TextThe type of the heliport as mention in Annex 14 Volume II (Surface-level, elevated, shipboard or helideck)Annex 14 II 2.4.1 a)
Control type23TextIndication if an aerodrome is under civil control, military control or joint controlAnnex 4 App 2 Chart symbol
Certified ICAO24TextIndication if airport is/is not certified according to the ICAO rulesAnnex 15 App 1 AD 1.5
Certification date25DateThe date when the airport certification has been issued by the supervising authority.Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.5 2)
Certification expiration date26DateThe date when the airport certification will become invalid.Annex 15 App 1 AD 1.5 2)
Field elevationElevation55ElevationThe vertical distance above Mean Sea Level (MSL) of the highest point of the landing area.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 3) Annex 14 I 2.3.10.5 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 m or 1 ftEH001; EH0020.5 messential0.5 m routineVFR AD INFO
Geoid undulation56HeightGeoid undulation at the aerodrome/ heliport elevation positionwhere appropiateAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 4) Annex 14 I 2.3.10.5 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 m or 1 ftEH003; EH0040.5 messential
Reference temperature28ValueThe monthly mean of the daily maximum temperatures for the hottest month of the year at an aerodrome. This temperature should be averaged over a period of years. (ICAO recommendation)Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 3) Annex 14 I 2.4.10.1 degree Croutine0.1 degree CroutineVFR AD INFO
Mean low temperature29ValueThe mean lowest temperature of the coldest month of the year, for the last five years of data at the aerodrome elevation.Doc 8168 Part 3 Sect. 3 4.3.5.2.25 degrees5 degreesroutine
Magnetic variationAngle57AngleThe magnetic variation angle valueAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 5) Annex 14 App 5 Table A5-31 degreeessentialsurveyed1 degree1 degreeDM003; DM0041 degreeessential1 degreeroutineVFR AD INFO
Date58DateThe date on which the magnetic variation had the corresponding value.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 5)VFR AD INFO
Annual change59ValueThe annual rate of change of the magnetic variation.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 5)1 minuteroutine1 minuteroutineVFR AD INFO ICAO Karte
Reference pointPosition60PointGeographical location of aerodrome reference point.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 1) Annex 14 2.2.330 mroutinesurveyed/calculated1 sec1 secLL007; LL0081 mroutine1 mroutineVFR AD INFO
Site61TextThe location of the reference point on the aerodrome. Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 1)
Direction62TextDirection of aerodrome reference point from centre of the city or town which the aerodrome servesAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 2)VFR AD INFO
Distance63DistanceDistance of aerodrome reference point from centre of the city or town which the aerodrome servesAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.2 2)1 kmroutine1 kmroutineVFR AD INFO
Coord Swissgrid1114PointHorizontal position of reference point in Swiss Grid coordniate system (CH1903/LV03, EPSG 21781)VFRM AGA 3.31 mroutineVFRM AGA 3.3
Airport type1082Code listThe type of airport (Mountain airfield, water aerodrome etc.)VFR ChartICAO Chart
Landing direction indicatorLocation32TextLocation of landing direction indicatorAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 2)
Lighting33TextLighting of landing direction indicatorif anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 2)
Secondary Power SupplyCharacteristics34TextThe description of the secondary power supplyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15
Switch-over time35ValueSecondary power supply switch-over timeAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 4) Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.15 4) 1 secroutine
AnemometerLocation36TextLocation of anemometerAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 2)
Lighting37TextLighting of anemometerif anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 2)
ABN/IBNLocation 38TextLocation of aerodrome/heliport beacon/identification beaconif anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 1) Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.15 1)
Characteristics39TextDescription of aerodrome/heliport beacon/identification beaconAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 1) Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.15 1)
Hours of operation40ScheduleHours of operation of aerodrome/heliport beacon/identification beaconAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 1) Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.15 1)
Wind Direction IndicatorLocation41TextLocation of wind direction indicatorAnnex 15 App 1 AD 3.15 2)VFR AD INFO
Lighting42TextLighting of wind direction indicatorAnnex 15 App 1 AD 3.15 2)
RVR observation sitePosition 43PointGeographical location of runway visual range (RVR) observation sitesAnnex 4 Ch 13 l)0.5 messential
Frequency AreaStations44TextName of the station providing the serviceAMDB
Frequency45ValueFrequency of the station providing the serviceAMDB
Boundary46PolygonArea boundary of the frequency areaAMDB
Hot spotIdentifier47TextThe indentifier of the hot spotAMDB
Annotation48TextAdditional information about the hot spotAnnex 4 13.6 h)
Geometry49PolygonThe geographical area of the hot spot Annex 4 13.6 h) AMDB5 mroutine5 mroutineVFR AD INFO chart
RunwayDesignator67TextThe full textual designator of the runway, used to uniquely identify it at an aerodrome/heliport. E.g. 09/27, 02R/20L, RWY 1.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 1) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)VFR AD INFO
Nominal length68DistanceThe declared longitudinal extent of the runway for operational (performance) calculations.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 3) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0051 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AD INFO
Nominal width69DistanceThe declared transversal extent of the runway for operational (performance) calculations.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 3) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)1 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0071 messential1 mroutineVFR AD INFO
Geometry70PolygonGeometries of RunwayElement, RunwayDisplacedArea and RunwayIntersectionAMDB
Centre line pointsPosition108PointThe geographical location of runway centre line at each end of the runway, at the stopway and at the origin of each take-off flight path area, and at each significant change in slope of runway and stopwayDefinition from Annex 4 3.8.4.2Annex 14 I App 5 A5-1 Annex 4 Ch 3 and 4, 5 AMDB1 mcriticalsurveyedLL0201 mcritical1 mroutineLSGL, LSGU
Elevation109ElevationThe elevation of the corresponding centre line point. (See Annex 14 I 2.3.2: ---- for non-precision approaches … any significant high and low intermediate points along the runway shall be measured to the accuracy of one-half metre or foot…) Annex 4 I 2.3.2 Annex 14 I App 5 A5-2 Annex 4 Ch 3 and 4, 5 AMDB0.25 mcriticalsurveyedEH0130.25 mcritical0.5 mroutineLSGL, LSPU
Geoid undulation110HeightThe geoid undulation at the correspoding centre line pointAMDB
RWY exit lineExit guidance line111LineThe geographical location of the runway exit lineAnnex 14 AMDB0.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0250.5 messential
Colour112TextColour of runway exit lineAMDB
Style113TextStyle of runway exit lineAMDB
Directionality114Code ListDirectionality of RWY exit line (one-way or two-way)AMDB
Surface type73TextThe surface type of the runway defined as specified in Annex 14 Volume IAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 4) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)VFR AD INFO
StrengthPCN115TextPavement classification numberAnnex 14 I 2.6.2.a)VFR AD INFO
Pavement type116TextPavement type for aircraft classification number — pavement classification number (ACN-PCN) determinationAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 b)VFR AD INFO
Subgrade category117TextSubgrade strength categoryAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 c)VFR AD INFO
Allowable pressure118TextMaximum allowable tire pressure category or maximum allowable tire pressure valueAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 c)VFR AD INFO
Evaluation method119TextThe evaluation method usedAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 c)VFR AD INFO
Runway strength for paved runways1065ValueRunway strength in MPW (maximum permissible weight) for asphalt and concrete runwaysVFRM1 kgroutineVFR AD INFO
Runway strength for grass runways1066ValueRunway strength in MPa (Max. tire pressure) for grass runwaysVFRM0.01 MparoutineVFR AD INFO
StripLength120DistanceThe longitudinal extent of the runway strip. Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 10) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 b)1 mroutine
Width121DistanceThe transversal extent of the runway strip Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 10) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 b)1 mroutine
Surface type122TextThe surface type of the runway stripAnnex 14 I 2.5.1 b)
ShoulderGeometry125PolygonThe geographical location of the shouldersAMDB
Surface type126TextThe surface type of the shoulderAMDB
Width127DistanceThe width of the runway shoulderAnnex 14 I App 5 Table A5-51 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0191 messential
BlastpadGeometry128PolygonThe geographical location of the blastpadAMDB
Obstacle free zone78TextExistence of an obstacle-free zone for a precision approach runway category Iwhen providedAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 11) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)
RWYmarkingType129TextType of runway marking AMDB
Description130TextDescription of the runway markingsAnnex 14 2.5.1 g) Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.9 2)
Geometry131PolygonThe geographical location of the runway markingAMDB
RWY center line LGTLength132DistanceThe longitudinal extent of the runway centre line lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 6) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)1 mroutine
Spacing133DistanceSpacing of runway centre line lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 6) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)1 mroutine
Colour134TextColour of runway centre line lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 6) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Intensity135TextIntensity of runway centre line lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 6) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Position136PointGeographical location of each individual light of the runway center line lightsAMDB
RCLL availability 1068Code listAvailiability of centre line lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
RWY Edge LGTLength137DistanceThe longitudinal extent of the runway edge lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 7) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)1 mroutine
Spacing138DistanceSpacing of runway edge lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 7) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)1 mroutine
Colour139TextColour of runway edge lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 7) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Intensity140TextIntensity of runway edge lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 7) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Position141PointGeographical location of each individual light of the runway edge lightsAMDB
REDL availability1069Code listAvailability of runway edge lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
Restriction82TextDescription of restrictions imposed on runwayAMDB
Reference CodeNumber978Code listA number based on the aeroplane reference field lengthAnnex 14 I 1.6
Letter979Code listA letter based on the aeroplane wingspan and outer main gear wheel spanAnnex 14 I 1.6
Runway DirectionDesignator83TextThe full textual designator of the landing and take-off direction. Examples: 27, 35L, 01R.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 1) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)VFR AD INFO
True bearing84BearingThe true bearing of the runway.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)1/100 degroutinesurveyed1/100 degree1 degreeBR0091/100 degroutine1 degroutineVFR AD INFO
Type85TextType of runway: precision (CAT I, II, III) / non-precision / non-instrumentAnnex 14 I 2.5.1 a)
ThresholdPosition142PointGeographical location for runway thresholdAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 5) Annex 14 I 2.5.21 mcriticalsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0171 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AD INFO chart
Elevation143ElevationElevation of the runway thresholdThreshold elevation for runways with non-precision approaches / Threshold elevation for runways with precision approacheAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 6) Annex 14 I 2.3.2 /2.3.30.5 m / 0.25 messential / criticalsurveyed / surveyed1 m or 1 ft / 0.1 m or 0.1 ft1 m or 1 ft / 0.5 m or 1 ftEH005; EH0090.5 m / 0.25 messential / critical0.5 mroutine
Geoid undulation144HeightWGS-84 Geoid undulation at runway threshold positionWGS-84 geoid undulation at runway threshold, non-precision approaches WGS-84 geoid undulation at runway threshold, precision approachesAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 6) Annex 14 I 2.3.2 /2.3.30.5 m 0.25 messential criticalsurveyed surveyed1 m or 1 ft 0.1 m or 0.1 ft1 m or 1 ft 0.5 m or 1 ftEH007; EH0110.5 m 0.25 messential critical
Type145TextThe indication if the threshold is displaced/ not displaced. A displaced threshold is not located at the extremity of a runway.Annex 4 13.6 d)
Displacement146DistanceDistance of displaced thresholdIf displaced thresholdAnnex 14 I App 5 Table A5-5; Annex 15 App 7 Table A7-51 mroutinesurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0081 mroutine1 mroutineVFR AD INFO chart
Runway endPosition147PointLocation of the runway end in the direction of departureAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 5) Annex 14 I App 5 A5-11 mcriticalsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0181 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AD INFO chart
Elevation148ElevationElevation of the end postion of the runwayElevation of the runway end and any significant high and low intermediate points along the runway for non-precision approaches / Elevation of the runway end and the highest elevation of the touchdown zone for precision approach runwaysAnnex 14 I 2.3.2 / 2.3.30.5 m ot 1 ft / 0.25 m or 1 ft0.5 m ot 1 ft / 0.25 m or 1 ft0.5 mroutine
Departure end of runwayPosition149PointGeographical location of DERBeginning of departure procedureDoc 8168 II I.3.2.3.11 mcritical1 mroutine
Elevation150ElevationThe elevation of DER is the elevation of the end of the runway or the elevation of the end of the clearway, whichever is higher.Beginning of departure procedureDoc 8168 II I.3.2.3.10.5 m / 0.25 messential / critical0.5 mroutine
Touchdown zoneElevation151ElevationHighest elevation of the touchdown zone of a precision approach runwayprecision approach RWYAnnex 14 I 2.3.30.25 m or 1 ft0.25 m or 1 ftcritical
Slope152ValueThe slope of the runway touchdown zoneAMDB
Slope90ValueSlope of the runwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 7) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 a)0.01%routine
LAHSOGeometry153LineGeographical location of Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO)AMDB
Protected element154TextName of runway or taxiway being protectedAMDB
Displaced areaGeometry155PolygonGeographical location of the displaced areaAMDB
PCN156TextPavement classification number of the displaced areaAMDB
Surface type157TextThe surface type of the displaced areaAMDB
Aircraft restriction158TextUsage restriction for specific aircraft typeAMDB
StopwayLength159DistanceThe longitudinal extent of stopwayif anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 8) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 b)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0111 mcritical
Width160DistanceWidth of the stopwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 8) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 b)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0111 mcritical
Geometry161PolygonGeographical location of the stopwayAMDB
Slope162ValueSlope of stopwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 7)0.01%
Surface type163TextThe surface type of the stopwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 4) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 b)
ClearwayLength164DistanceThe longitudinal extent of the clearwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 9) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 f)1 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0091 messential
Width165DistanceThe transversal extent of the clearwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 9) Annex 14 I App 5 Table A5-51 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0091 messential
Ground profile166The vertical profile (or slope) of the clearwayif anyAnnex 14 I 2.5.1 f)0.01%routine
RESALength167DistanceThe longitudinal extent of Runway End Safety AreaAnnex 14 I 2.5. b)1 mroutine
Width168DistanceThe transversal extent of the Runway End Safety AreaAnnex 14 I 2.5. b)1 mroutine
Longitudinal slope169ValueLongitudinal slope of Runway End Safety AreaAnnex 14 I 3.5.10
Transverse slope170ValueTranverse slope Runway End Safety AreaAnnex 14 I 3.5.11
Declared distancesTORA171DistanceTake-off run available - The length of runway declared available and suitable for the ground run of an aeroplane taking off.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.13 2) Annex 14 I 2.8 a)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0141 mcritical
TODA172DistanceTake-off distance available - The length of the take-off run available plus the length of the clearway, if provided.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.13 3) Annex 14 I 2.8 b)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0151 mcritical
ASDA174DistanceAccelerate-stop distance available - The length of the take-off run available plus the length of the stopway, if provided.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.13 3) Annex 14 I 2.8 c)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0181 mcritical
LDA175DistanceLanding distance available - The length of runway which is declared available and suitable for the ground run of an aeroplane landing.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.13 3) Annex 14 I 2.8 d)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0121 mcritical
Remarks176TextRemarks including runway entry or start point where alternative reduced declared distances have been declaredAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.13
Available length for landing1075DistanceRunway length available for landing on a visual approach runwayVFRM1 mcriticalVFR AD INFO
Available length for take-off1076DistanceRunway length available for take-off on a visual approach runway.Definition is different from TODAVFRM1 mcriticalVFR AD INFO
RWY End LGTColour177TextColour of runway end lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 8) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)
Position178PointGeographical location of each individual light of the runway end lightsAMDB
RENL availability1070Code listAvailability of runway end lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
SWY LGTLength179DistanceThe longitudinal extent of stopway lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 9) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)1 mroutine
Colour180TextColour of stopway lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 9) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)
Position181PointGeographical location of each individual light of the stopway lightsAMDB
Approach lighting systemType182TextClassification of the approach lighting system using as criteria the ICAO Annex 14 standardsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)
Length183DistanceThe longitudinal extent of approach lighting system.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)1 mroutine
Intensity184TextA code indicating the relative intensity of the lighting system.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)
Position185PointGeographical location of each individual light of the approach lighting systemAMDB
ALS availability1074Code listAvailability of approach lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
RWY threshold lightsColour186TextColour of runway threshold lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 3) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)
Wing bar colour187TextColour of runway threshold wing barsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 3) Annex 14 I 2.5.1.g)
Position188PointGeographical location of each individual light of the threshold and wing bar lightsAMDB
RTHL availability1071Code listAvailability of threshold lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
RTIL availability1073Code listAvailability of threshold identification lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
Touchdown zone lightsLength189DistanceThe longitudinal extent of the runway touchdown zone lightsAnnex 14 I 2.5.1.g)1 mroutine
Position190PointGeographical location of each individual light of the touchdown zone lightsAMDB
RTZL availability1072Code listAvailability of touchdown zone lightsVFRMVFR AD INFO
Visual approach slope indicator systemMEHT191HeightMinimum Eye Height over the ThresholdAnnex 14 I 2.12 e)0.1 mroutine0.1 mroutineVFR AD INFO
Position192PointGeographical location of Visual approach slope indicator systemAnnex 4 12.10.51 mroutine1 mroutineVFR AD INFO chart
Angle193AngleNominal approach slope angle(s)Annex 14 I 2.12 c)0.1 degreeroutine0.1 degreeroutineVFR AD INFO
Type194TextType of VGSI (VASI, PAPI etc.)Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.14 4) Annex 14 I 2.12 b)VFR AD INFO
Displacement angle195AngleWhere the axis of the system is not parallel to the runway centre line, the angle of displacemenAnnex 14 I 2.12 c)1 degreeroutine1 degreeroutineLSZS
Displacement direction196TextWhere the axis of the system is not parallel to the runway centre line, the direction of displacement, i.e. left or rightAnnex 14 I 2.12 c)LSZS
Arresting gear103LineGeographical location of the aresting gear cable across the runwayAMDB
Arresting systemGeometry197PolygonThe geographical location of the arresting systemAMDB
Setback198DistanceSetback of the arresting systemAMDB
Length199DistanceThe longitudinal extent of arresting systemAMDB
Width200DistanceThe transverse extent of arresting systemAMDB
Radio altimeter areaLength105DistanceThe longitudinal extent of radio altimeter areaAnnex 14 I 3.810 mroutine
Width106DistanceThe transverse extent of radio altimeter areaAnnex 14 I 3.85 mroutine
Geometry107PolygonGeographical location of radio altimeter areaAnnex 14 I 3.85 mroutine
FATOThresholdPosition235PointGeographical location of FATO thresholdAnnex 14 II App 1 Table A1-11 mcriticalsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0291 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AD INFO chart
Elevation236ElevationElevation of the FATO thresholdFATO threshold, for heliports with or without a PinS approach FATO threshold, for heliports intended to be operated in accordance with ICAO Annex 14, Appendix 2Annex 14 II App 1 Table A1-20.5 m 0.25 messential criticalsurveyed surveyed1 m or 1 ft 1 m or 1 ft (non-precision), 0.1 m or 0.1 ft (precision)EH006; EH0100.5 m 0.25 messential critical0.5 mroutine
Geoid undulation237HeightWGS-84 Geoid undulation at FATO threshold positionWGS–84 geoid undulation at FATO threshold, TLOF geometric centre, for heliports with or without a PinS approach WGS–84 geoid undulation at FATO threshold, TLOF geometric centre, for heliports intended to be operated in accordance with ICAO Annex 14, Appendix 2Annex 14 II App 1 Table A1-20.5 m 0.25 messential criticalsurveyed surveyed1 m or 1 ft 1 m or 1 ft (non precision), 0.1 m or 0.1 ft (precision)EH008; EH0120.5 m 0.25 messential critical
Departure end of runwayPosition238PointGeographical location of DERAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.12 5)1 mcriticalsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0181 mcritical1 mroutine
Elevation239ElevationThe elevation of the DER is the higher of the elevations of the beginning and end of the runway/FATO.Doc 8168 II I.3.2.3.20.5 m 0.25 messential critical0.5 mroutine
Type207TextType of FATO according to ICAO Heliport Manual (Doc 9261)Annex 14 II 2.4 c)
Designation208TextThe full textual designator of the landing and take-off area.Annex 14 II 2.4 c) AMDB
Length209DistanceThe longitudinal extent of FATOAnnex 14 II App 1 Table A1-51 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0061 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AF INFO
Width210DistanceThe transversal extent of FATOAnnex 14 II 2.4 c)1 messential1 mroutineVFR AD INFO
Geometry211PolygonGeographical location of FATO elementAMDB
Slope212ValueThe slope of FATOAnnex 14 II 2.4 c)0.01%routine
Surface type213TextThe surface type of FATOAnnex 15 AD 2.16 3) AMDB
True bearing214BearingThe true bearing of the FATOAnnex 14 II App 1 Table A1-41/100 degroutinesurveyed1/100 degreeBR0101/100 degroutine1 degroutine
Declared distancesTODAH240DistanceTake-off distance available - The length of the FATO plus the length of helicopter clearway (if provided)and if applicable, alternative reduced declared distances;Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.13 1) Annex 14 II 2.5 a)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0151 mcritical1 mcriticalVFR AD INFO HEL (see LSZF)
RTODAH241DistanceRejected Take-off distance available - The length of the FATO declared available and suitable for helicopters operated in performance class 1 to complete a rejected take-off.Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.13 2) Annex 14 II 2.5 b)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0171 mcritical1 mcriticalVFR AD INFO HEL
LDAH242DistanceLanding distance available - The length of the FATO plus any additional area declared available and suitable for helicopters to complete the landing manoeuvre from a defined height.Annex 15 App 1 AD 3.13 3) Annex 14 II 2.5 c) 1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD012 1 mcritical1 mcriticalVFR AD INFO HEL
Remarks243TextRemarks including entry or start point where alternative reduced declared distances have been declaredAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.13
FATO markingDescription244TextDescription of FATO markingsAnnex 4 13.6.2 g)
Approach lighting system Type245TextClassification of the approach lighting system using as criteria the ICAO Annex 14 standardsAnnex 15 AD 2.16 6) / 3.14 3)
Length246DistanceThe longitudinal extent of approach lighting system.Annex 15 AD 2.16 6) / 3.14 3)1 mroutine
Intensity247TextA code indicating the relative intensity of the lighting system.Annex 15 AD 2.16 6) / 3.14 3)
Position248PointGeographical location of each individual light of the approach lighting systemAMDB
Area lightsDescription249TextCharacteristics of area lightsAnnex 15 AD 2.16 6) / 3.14 3)
Position250PointGeographical location of each individual light of the area lightsAMDB
Aiming point lightsDescription251TextCharacteristics of aiming point lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 3.14 4)
Position252PointGeographical location of each individual light of the aiming point lightsAMDB
TLOFDesignator220TextThe full textual designator of TLOFAMDB
Centre pointPosition253PointGeographical location of TLOF geometric centreAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.16 1)1 mcriticalsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0291 mcritical
Elevation254ElevationElevation of the TLOF geometric centreFATO threshold, for heliports with or without a PinS approach FATO threshold, for heliports intended to be operated in accordance with ICAO Annex 14, Appendix 2Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.16 2)0.5 m 0.25 messential criticalsurveyed surveyed1 m or 1ft 1 m or 1 ft (non-precision), 0.1 m or 0.1 ft (precision)EH006; EH0100.5 m 0.25 messential critical
Geoid undulation255HeightWGS-84 Geoid undulation at TLOF geometric centre positionWGS–84 geoid undulation at FATO threshold, TLOF geometric centre, for heliports with or without a PinS approach WGS–84 geoid undulation at FATO threshold, TLOF geometric centre, for heliports intended to be operated in accordance with ICAO Annex 14, Appendix 2Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.16 1)0.5 m 0.25 messential criticalsurveyed surveyed1 m or 1 ft 1 m or 1 ft (non precision), 0.1 m or 0.1 ft (precision)EH008; EH0120.5 m 0.25 messential critical
Length222DistanceThe longitudinal extent of TLOFAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 b)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0061 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AD INFO HEL
Width223DistanceThe transversal extent of TLOFAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 b)1 mcriticalsurveyed1 m or 1 ft1 mLD0061 mcritical1 mroutineVFR AD INFO HEL
Geometry224PolygonGeographical location of TLOF elementAMDB
Slope225ValueThe slope of TLOFAnnex 4 13.6.2 b)0.01%routine
Surface type226TextThe surface type of TLOFAnnex 4 13.6.2 b) AMDBVFR AD INFO HEL
Bearing strength227ValueThe bearing strength of TLOFAnnex 4 13.6.2 b)1 tone0.1 troutine0.1 troutineVFR AD INFO HEL
Visual approach slope indicator system type228TextType of visual approach slope indicator systemAnnex 15 App 1 AD 3.14 2) Annex 14 I 2.12 b)
MarkingDescription256TextDescription of TLOF markingsAnnex 4 13.6.2 g)VFR AD INFO HEL
Safety areaLength230DistanceThe longitudinal extent of safety areaAnnex 4 Ch 13 Annex 14 II 2.4.1 d)1 mroutine1 mroutineVFR AD INFO HEL
Width231DistanceThe transversal extent of safety areaAnnex 4 Ch 13 Annex 14 II 2.4.1 d)1 mroutine1 mroutineVFR AD INFO HEL
Surface type232TextThe surface type of safety areaAnnex 4 Ch 13 Annex 14 II 2.4.1 d)
Helicopter clearwayLength233DistanceThe longitudinal extent of the helicopter clearwayAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 g)1 messential1 mroutine
Ground profile234ValueVertical profile (or slope) of helicopter clearwayAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 g)0.01 %routine
ApronDesignator268TextThe full textual name or designator used to identify an apron at an aerodrome/heliport.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1)
Geometry269PolygonGeographical location of the apron elementAnnex 14 AMDB1 mroutinesurveyed1/10 sec1 secLL0301 mroutine1 mroutine
Type270TextClassification of the primary use for the apronAMDB
Aircraft restriction271TextUsage restriction (prohibition) for specified aircraft typeAMDB
Surface type272TextThe surface type of the apron Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1)VFR AD INFO
StrengthPCN337TextPavement classification number of apronAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1) Annex 14 I 2.6.2.a)
Pavement type338TextPavement type for aircraft classification number — pavement classification number (ACN-PCN) determinationAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1) Annex 14 I 2.6.2 b)
Subgrade category339TextSubgrade strength category of apronAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1) Annex 14 I 2.6.2 c)
Allowable pressure340TextMaximum allowable tire pressure category or maximum allowable tire pressure valueAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1) Annex 14 I 2.6.2 c)
Evaluation method341TextThe evaluation method used to determine the apron strengthAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 1) Annex 14 I 2.6.2 c)
Elevation274ElevationThe elevation of the apron Annex 4 14.6 a)0.5 mroutine
TaxiwayDesignator275TextThe full textual designator of the taxiway.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 c)
Width276DistanceThe transversal extent of the taxiway.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 c)1 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0201 messential1 mroutine
Geometry277PolygonGeographical location of the taxiway elementAMDB
Bridge278TextType of bridge (none, overpass, underpass)AMDB
Surface type279TextSurface type of taxiwayAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 2) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 c) AMDBVFR AD INFO
StrengthPCN342TextPavement classification number of taxiwayAnnex 14 I 2.6.2.a)
Pavement type343TextPavement type for aircraft classification number — pavement classification number (ACN-PCN) determinationAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 b)
Subgrade category344TextSubgrade strength category of taxiwayAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 c)
Allowable pressure345TextMaximum allowable tire pressure category or maximum allowable tire pressure valueAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 c)
Evaluation method346TextThe evaluation method used to determine the taxiway strengthAnnex 14 I 2.6.2 c)
Aircraft restrictions281TextUsage restriction (prohibition) for specified aircraft typeAnnex 4 14.6 d)
Center line pointsPosition347PointGeographical coordinates of taxiway center line pointsAnnex 14 I 2.5.30.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 sec1/100 secLL0210.5 messential
Elevation348ElevationElevation of taxiway center line pointsAnnex 14 I App 5 Table A5-21 messentialsurveyedEH0141 messential
ShoulderGeometry349PolygonGeographical location of the taxiway shoulderAMDB
Surface type350TextSurface type of taxiway shoulderAMDB
Width351DistanceThe width of the taxiway shoulderAnnex 14 I App 5 Table A5-5 1 messentialsurveyed1 m or 1 ftLD0221 messential
Guidance linesGeometry352LineGeoghraphical location of guidance linesAnnex 15 App 7 Annex 4 App 6 Annex 14 App 5 AMDB0.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 sec1/100 secLL0210.5 messential
Colour353TextColour of taxiway guidance linesAMDB
Style354TextStyle of taxiway guidance linesAMDB
Wingspan355ValueWingspanAMDB
Maxspeed356ValueMaximum speedAMDB
Direction357TextDirectionAMDB
Intermediate holding position marking line285LineIntermediate holding position marking lineAnnex 15 App 5 Annex 4 App 6 Annex 14 App 50.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0230.5 messential
Taxiway markingDescription358TextDescription of taxiway markingAnnex 14 I 5.2.1 g) Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.9 2)
Taxiway edge lightsDescription359TextDescription of taxiway edge lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 3) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Position360PointGeographical location of each individual light of the taxiway edge lightsAMDB
Taxiway centre line lightsDescription361TextDescription of taxiway centre line lightsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.15 3) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Position362PointGeographical location of each individual light of the taxiway center line lightsAMDB
Stop barsDescription363TextDescription of the stop bars if anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.9 3)
Geometry364LineLocation of the stop bar0.5 messential
Runway guard lightsDescription365TextDescription of the runway guard lights and other runway protection measures if anyAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.9 3)
Position366PointLocation of the runway guard lightsConfiguration AAnnex 14 5.3.23.6 Annex 4 13.6 g)0.5 messential
Geometry367LineLocation of the runway guard lightsConfiguration BAnnex 14 5.3.23.8 Annex 4 13.6 g)0.5 messential
Runway holding positionGeometry368LineGeoghraphical location of holding positionsAnnex 14 I App 5 A5-1 Annex 15 App 7 Annex 4 App 6 AMDB0.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0190.5 messential
Protected runway369TextDesignator of the runway protectedAMDB
Catstop370Code listCAT of runway (0, I, II, III)AMDB
RWY ahead text371TextActual text as it exists in the marking. For example, RWY AHEAD or RUNWAY AHEAD.AMDB
Intermediate holding positionGeometry372LineGeographical location of intermediate holding position - A designated position intended for traffic control at which taxiing aircraft and vehicles shall stop and hold until further cleared to proceed, when so instructed by the aerodrome control tower.Annex 4 15.6 d) AMDB0.5 messential
Reference code letter980Code listA letter based on the aeroplane wingspan and outer main gear wheel spanAnnex 14 I 1.6
Helicopter ground taxiwayDesignator293TextThe full textual designator of helicopter ground taxiwayAnnex 4 13.6.1 g)
Center line points294PointGeographical location of helicopter ground center line taxiway pointsAnnex 14 II 2.4.3 App 1 A1-10.5 messentialsurveyed/calculatedLL0220.5 messential
Elevation295ElevationElevantion of helicopter ground taxiwayAnnex 14 II App 1 A1-21 messentialsurveyedEH0151 messential
Width296DistanceThe transversal extent of the helicopter ground taxiwayAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 e)1 messentialsurveyedLD0211 messential
Surface type297TextThe surface type of the helicopter ground taxiwayAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 e)
Intersection marking line298LineHelicopter ground taxiway intersection marking lineAnnex 14 II Annex 14 II App 1 A1-10.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 sec1 secLL0420.5 messential
LightingDescription373TextDescription of helicopter ground taxiway lightAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 h)
Position374PointGeographical location of each individual light of the helicopter ground taxiway lightsAMDB
MarkingDescription375TextDescription of helicopter ground taxiway markingAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 h)
Helicopter air taxiwayDesignator301TextThe full textual designator of helicopter air taxiwayAnnex 4 13.6.1 g)
Center line points302PointGeographical location of helicopter air taxiway center line pointsAnnex 14 II 2.4.3 App 1 A1-10.5 messentialsurveyed/calculatedLL0220.5 messential
Elevation303ElevationElevation of helicopter air taxiwayAnnex 14 II App 1 A1-21 messentialsurveyedEH0151 messential
Width304DistanceThe transversal extent of the helicopter air taxiwayAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 e)1 messentialsurveyedLD0211 messential
Surface type305TextSurface type of helicopter air taxiwayAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 e)
LightingDescription376TextDescription of helicopter air taxiway lightingAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 h)
Position377PointGeographical location of each individual light of the helicopter air taxiway lightsAMDB
MarkingDescription378TextDescription of helicopter air taxiway markingAnnex 14 II 2.4.1 h)
Helicopter air transit routesDesignator308TextDesignator of helicopter air transit routeAnnex 4 13.6.1 g)
Geometry309LineGeographical location of helicopter air transit routeAnnex 4 13.6.1 g)
Width310DistanceThe transversal extent of the helicopter air transit routeAnnex 15 App 1 AD 3.8 3)1 messentialsurveyed1 messential
INS checkpointPosition311PointGeographical location of the INS check pointwhere availableAnnex 15 App 1 Table A7-10.5 mroutinesurveyed1/100 sec1/100 secLL0270.5 mroutine
VOR checkpoint 312PointGeographical location of the VOR check pointwhere availableAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 4) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 h)1 mroutine
Frequency313ValueFrequency of the VOR check pointAnnex 14 I 2.5.1 h)
Altimeter checkpointPosition314PointGeographical location of altimeter checkpointsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 3) Annex 14 I 2.7.11 mroutine
Elevation315ElevationElevation of altimeter checkpointsAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.8 3) Annex 14 I 2.7.30.5 mroutine
Aircraft standName316TextName of the aircraft stand pointAMDB
Acft stand pointsPosition379PointGeographical location of aircraft stand pointAnnex 14 I 2.5.40.5 mroutinesurveyed1/100 sec1/100 secLL0270.5 mroutine
Aircraft types380Code listAircraft typesAMDB
Identification sign318TextDescription of aircraft stand identification signAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.9 1) Annex 14 I 5.4.6
Visual docking parking guidance system319TextDescription of visual docking/parking guidance system at the aircraft standAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.9 1) Annex 14 I 2.5.1 g)
Parking stand area320PolygonGeographical location of parking stand areaAMDB
Jetway321Code listJetway available at aircraft standAMDB
Fuel322Code listFuel available at aircraft standAMDB
Ground power323Code listGround power available at aircraft standAMDB
Towing324Code listTowing available at aicraft standAMDB
Terminal325TextTerminal building referenceAMDB
Surface type326TextSurface type of the aircraft standAMDB
Aircraft restriction327TextUsage restriction (prohibition) for specified aircraft typeAMDB
PCN328TextPavement classification number of aircraft standAMDB
Stand guidance lineGeometry381LineGeographical location of parking guidance lineAnnex 14 I App 5, AMDB0.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 secLL0210.5 messential
Elevation382ElevationParking guidance line points elevationAnnex 14 App. 51 messentialsurveyedEH0141 messential
Direction383TextDirection of stand guidance lineAMDB
Wingspan384ValueWingspan AMDB
Colour385Code listColour of stand guidance line AMDB
Style386Code listStyle of stand guidance lineAMDB
Helicopter standName330TextName of helicopter stand
Position331PointGeographical location of helicopter stand point/ INS checkpointsAnnex 14 II 2.4.4 Annex 14 II A1-10.5 messentialsurveyed1/100 secLL0280.5 messential
De-icing areaIdentifier332TextIdentifier of de-icing areaAMDB
Geometry333PolygonGeographical location of de-icing areaAnnex 14 I App 5, AMDB1 mroutinesurveyed1/10 sec1 secLL0321 mroutine
Surface type334TextThe surface type of the deicing area Annex 14 2.5.1 d)
Idbase335TextName of underlying Taxiway, Parkingstand or Apron ElementAMDB
Aircraft restriction336TextUsage restriction (prohibition) for specified aircraft typeAMDB
Communication facilityService designation388TextDesignation of the service providedAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.18 1)VFR AD INFO
Call sign389TextCall sign of the communication facilityAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.18 2)
Channel390TextChannel/Frequency of the communication facilityAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.18 3)VFR COM, VAC
Logon address391TextThe logon address of the facilityas approriateAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.18 4)
Hours of operation392ScheduleOperational hours of the station serving the unitAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.18 5)VFR AD INFO
Area to be avoidedLateral limits1031PolygonVFR VAC/AREA
Annotation1032TextVFR VAC/AREA
IFR APP areaLateral limits1033PolygonVFR VAC/AREA
Minimum altitude1034AltitudeVFR VAC/AREA
Annotation1035TextVFR VAC/AREA
Preferential ARR sectorLateral limits1036PolygonVFR VAC/AREA
Minimum altitude1037AltitudeVFR VAC/AREA
Type of traffic1038Code listVFR / HELVFR VAC/AREA
Annotation1039TextVFR VAC/AREA
VFR routeRoute1040LineTrack of the VFR routeVFR VAC/AREA
Minimum altitude1041AltitudeMinimum altitude of the VFR routeVFR VAC/AREA
Maximum altitude1042AltitudeMaximum altitude of the VFR routeVFR VAC/AREA
Type of traffic1043Code listType of traffic: VFR / HELVFR VAC/AREA
Direction1044Code listDirection of the VFR route: ARR / DEP / BOTH / TransitionVFR VAC/AREA
Restrictions1045TextRestrictions that apply to the VFR routeVFR VAC/AREA
Remarks1046TextRemarks that apply to the VFR routeVFR VAC/AREA
Name1079TextName of the VFR routeVFR AREA
VFR reporting pointLocation1047PointPosition of the VFR reporting pointVFR VAC/AREA
Name1048TextName of the VFR reporting pointVFR VAC/AREA
Obligation1049ListObligation of the VFR reporting point: compulsary / on-requestVFR VAC/AREA
Direction1050ListDirection of the VFR reporting point: ARR / DEP / BOTTHVFR VAC/AREA
Minimum altitude1051AltitudeMinimum altitude of the VFR reporting pointVFR VAC/AREA
Maximum altitude1052AlltitudeMaximum altitude of the VFR reporting pointVFR VAC/AREA
Mountain landing siteLocation indicator1190TextThe four letter ICAO location indicator of the VFRM
Name1191TextName of the mountain landing siteVFRM
Canton1192TextCanton(s) in which the mountain landing site is locatedVFRM
ARPPosition WGS841196PointGeographical location of GLPVFRM1 secroutine
Coord Swissgrid1197PointHorizontal position of reference point in Swiss Grid coordniate system (CH1903/LV03, EPSG 21781)VFRM5 mroutine
Situation1194TextDescription where the landing site is locatedVFRM
Remarks1195TextRemarks or restriction that applyVFRM
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