EBFS — FLORENNES (MIL)

EBFS AD 2.1  Aerodrome Location Indicator and Name

EBFS — FLORENNES (MIL)

EBFS AD 2.2  Aerodrome Geographical and Administrative Data

1ARP coordinates501436N 0043845E
Site of ARP at aerodrome
2Direction and distance from (city)

2 NM ESE of Florennes

3Elevation / reference temperature

935 FT / 22.5°C

4Geoid undulation
5Magnetic variation / annual change

0° (2011) / INFO not AVBL

6AD administration addressBelgian Air Component
2 W TAC
Base J. Offenberg
5620 Florennes
BELGIUM
TEL+32 (0) 71 68 22 11 (telephone operator)
+32 (0) 71 68 25 22 (ATC)
+32 (0) 71 68 25 18 (AIS)
+32 (0) 71 68 25 04 (Wing Ops)
+32 (0) 71 68 25 05 (Wing Ops)
FAX+32 (0) 71 68 26 01
+32 (0) 71 68 26 10
TelexNIL
AFSEBFSZPZX
EmailNIL
7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR / VFR

8Remarks

A concession for flying activity outside MIL OPR HR has been given to the Military Gliding Center and Belgian Defence Aeroclub ASBL. See EBFS AD 2.23 for more information.

EBFS AD 2.3  Operational Hours

1AD AdministrationMON-FRI (HOL excl): 0730-1630 (0630-1530) (1)(2)
2Customs and immigrationMON-FRI: O/R 24 HR
SAT, SUN and HOL: O/R before FRI 1600 (1500)
3Health and sanitationHS
4AIS Briefing OfficeAs AD Administration
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)NIL
6MET Briefing OfficeAs AD Administration
7ATSAs AD Administration
8Fuelling

As AD Administration

9HandlingAs AD Administration
10SecurityAs AD Administration
11De-icingAs AD Administration
12Remarks(1) Planned opening of the aerodrome outside normal hours will be announced by NOTAM. Aerodrome may be activated by COMOPSAIR outside normal hours of operation without previous notice. Activity must always be checked via Semmerzake ATCC or Brussels FIC.
(2) Due to parking limitation, full stop landing strictly 24 HR PPR to all foreign and non home base aircraft and helicopters. PPR may be obtained at W Ops via AFS or by phone (see EBFS AD 2.2). Insert PPR number in ICAO FPL item 18.

EBFS AD 2.4  Handling Services and Facilities

1Cargo-handling facilitiesAVBL
2Fuel typesF-18, F-34 (1)(2)(3)
Oil typesO-148, H151 (1)(2)
3Fuelling facilities and capacityNo limitations (single point and gravity)
4De-icing facilitiesS-737, S-738, S-742
5OxygenLHOX, LOX (1)
6Starting unitsGenerator set HOUCHIN Nr 1 & 2 (1), ATLAS COPCO, MACCI, COPCO (Air PARTNER), GUINAULT, TRILECTRON
7Hangar space for visiting aircraftNIL
8Repair facilities for visiting aircraftFor F-16 only
9Remarks(1) See AD 1.1, § 2.2
(2) ‘SOAP’ AVBL during AD OPN HR
(3) Fuel F18 available with 48 HR pre-notice

EBFS AD 2.5  Passenger Facilities

1HotelsAccommodation AVBL
2RestaurantsAccommodation AVBL
3TransportationAVBL
4Medical facilitiesMedical officer, first aid - ambulance(s)
5Bank
Post office
6Tourist information
7RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.6  Rescue and Fire Fighting Services

1Aerodrome category for fire fightingSTANAG 3712 - CAT 8(1)
2Rescue equipmentSTANAG 3712 - CAT 8 compliant(2)
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftNot applicable for crash fire rescue services
4Remarks(1) Reduced to STANAG 3712 - CAT 5 during periods of QRA
(2) See AD 1.2

EBFS AD 2.7  Seasonal Availability - Clearing

1Types of clearing equipment
  • Snow removal equipment (sweeper-blowers)
  • De-icing chemicals PROVIRON, CRYOTECH E-36 and UREA
  • Friction testing EQPT not AVBL
2Clearance priorities
  1. Primary RWY, appropriate important TWY and holding bays
  2. Important ACFT stands
  3. Remaining part movement area
3RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.8  Aprons, Taxiways and Check Locations Data

1Apron surfaceCONC
Apron strength
2Taxiway widthAll TWY: 15 M
Except:
  • TWY C2, C3, E1 - E3, Q, S4, T: 12 M
  • TWY C1, G1, N2 and P1 - P5: 22.5 M
Taxiway surface
Taxiway strength
  • TWY C1, G1 and N2: PCN 45/F/C/W/T
  • TWY C2 and C3: PCN 44/F/C/W/T
  • TWY E1, E2 and E3: PCN 27/F/C/W/T
  • TWY G2 and H1: PCN 32/F/C/W/T
  • TWY G3, L, M1, M2, M3 and W2: PCN 27/F/C/W/U
  • TWY N1: PCN 21/F/C/W/U
  • TWY N3 and N4: PCN 31/F/C/W/U
  • TWY P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5: PCN 59/F/C/W/T
  • TWY Q: PCN 27/F/C/W/T
  • TWY S1, S2, S3 and S4: PCN 21/F/C/W/T
  • TWY T: PCN 48/F/C/W/T
  • TWY W1: PCN 37/F/C/W/T
3ACL and elevation
4VOR check points
INS check pointsOn main ACFT parkings and RWY entrance + 2 squat fixes (on taxi W1 and E1)
5RemarksT parking/apron markings not compliant with STANAG/ICAO; taxi with help of marshaller is mandatory.

EBFS AD 2.9  Surface Movement Guidance and Control System and Markings

1Aircraft stand identification signsNIL
Taxiway guide linesNIL
Visual docking/parking guidance system at aircraft standsNIL
2Runway markingsDesignation, threshold, centre line
Taxiway markingsCentre line, holding positions
3Distance markersEvery 1 000 FT signalling remaining RWY distance (illuminated on primary and secondary RWY)
4Stop barsNIL
5OtherIndicating panels and follow-me car
6RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.10  Aerodrome Obstacles

1   SPECIFIC OBSTACLES FOR THE PRIMARY RWY
  1. Localizer antenna 20 FT high, 20 M in front of beginning of concrete RWY 08L, 317 M in front of THR 08L;
  2. Near field antenna 5 FT high, 60 M down the RWY 08L, 237 M before the THR 08L;
  3. Glide slope antenna 59 FT high, 120 M from centre line south of RPI RWY 26R;
  4. To avoid pilots from coming in too low on RWY 08L, the portion of RWY in front of the threshold markings of RWY 08L is marked with yellow chevrons, thus indicating clearly to pilots not to touch before over the threshold markings. The portion marked with these yellow chevrons is nevertheless usable for ground movements of ACFT.
2   SPECIFIC OBSTACLES FOR THE SECONDARY RWY
  1. OBST in the lateral slope:
    • Shelter 27, 12 M high, 121 M south of THR 26L, ELEV 955 FT;
    • Antenna D1, 24 M high, 150 M south axis, 105 M down of THR 08R, ELEV 1 072 FT;
  2. OBST in the approach slope:
    • Trees “Pont de la Cour”, 1 400 M before THR 26L, south of the axis with an ELEV of 1 025 FT;
  3. UAV equipment alongside the secondary RWY:
    • RAPS landing system, 3 FT high, 501414N 004 3823E and 501417N 0043849E;
    • DRUMS arresting system, 1 FT high, 501415N 004 3845E and 501415N 0043829E.
3   Other obstacles
TypeElevation
(FT AMSL)
From ARPMarkingLighting
Distance (M)Bearing (GEO)
Anemometer 089621 320266YESYES
Church CORENNE1 0102 400067NOU/S UFN
Church FLAVION9654 600082NONO
ILS Glide Antenna9831 060086YESYES
Brichart Antenna9724 300088YESYES
Church ANTHEE1 0008 220093NONO
Church ROSEE1 0602 980114NOU/S UFN
TACAN966385128NOYES
PAR939300147NOYES
TWR1 0741 250152NOYES
F82 Antenna1 1091 350159YESYES
Windsock994960162YESNO
Clairière Antenna1 1892 165169YESYES
Water tower1 1822 060170NOYES
ASR1 1502 605175NOYES
D62 Antenna1 0351 575219YESYES
D1 Antenna1 0021 280221YESYES
Multiplex Antenna1 2652 920223YESYES
Barrier Luc Antenna1 2085 620226NOYES
ILS LOC Antenna9191 752259YESYES
Nearfield LOC Antenna9111 672259NOYES
Mobistar Antenna1 0272 385287YESYES
Football Terrain Antenna1 0563 830289YESYES
Scree of career1 0201 600284NONO
C9 Antenna1 017350320YESYES

EBFS AD 2.11  Meteorological Information Provided

1Associated MET OfficeEBFS MET
2Hours of serviceAs AD OPR HR
MET Office outside hours
3Office responsible for TAF preparationEBFS MET
Periods of validity9 HR for the 3 first and 12 HR for the last one published at 1541 (1441)
4Type of landing forecastColour state
Interval of issuance1 HR or more often when necessary
5Briefing / consultation providedTEL, personal consultation, MOSA computer system
6Flight documentationCharts, abbreviated plain language text
Languages usedEn
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationSurface charts, prognostic surface chart, significant weather forecast chart, tropopause and maximum wind, local cross-section, sea state chart
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationPrecipitations radar, satellite images and animations, FAX and self-briefing terminal
9ATS units provided with informationTWR, APP and AIS (O/R)
10Additional informationNIL

EBFS AD 2.12  Runway Physical Characteristics

RWY designatorTrue BRGDimensions of RWY (M)Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWYTHR COORDTHR ELEV and highest ELEV of TDZ of precision APCH RWY
RWY end COORD
THR geoid undulation
1 23456
08L079°3 385 x 45PCN 58 F/B/W/T
ASPH
501428.78N
0043746.47E
THR 908 FT
TDZ 914 FT
501446.95N
0044019.72E
26R259°3 385 x 45PCN 58 F/B/W/T
ASPH
501445.22N
0044005.05E
THR 932 FT
TDZ 935 FT
501427.01N
0043731.57E
08R079°2 250 x 22.5PCN 59 F/C/W/T
ASPH
501411.25N
0043802.17E
THR 909 FT
TDZ 919 FT
501423.63N
0043946.37E
26L259°2 250 x 22.5PCN 59 F/C/W/T
ASPH
501422.77N
0043939.05E
THR 911 FT
TDZ 919 FT
501410.36N
0043754.76E
Slope of
RWY and SWY
SWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZRMK
789101112
Long: 1.0 %
Trans: 1.0 %
Long: 1.0 %
Trans: 1.0 %
Long: 1.0 %
Trans: 1.0 %
Long: 1.0 %
Trans: 1.0 %
Aircraft Arresting Systems
1TypeCable for bi-directional engagement with tailhook.
2NomenclatureBLISS 500 S6
3Energy-absorbing capacity70 x 106 FT x lb
4Nominal stop distance270 M (885 FT)
5Hook-load30 000 lbs (13 600 KG)
6Cable diameter1”
7Location on RWYIndicated on the diagram below with an asterisk (*)
8RemarksNIL

1TypeNet barrier for unidirectional engagement with fuselage and wings of jet aircraft.
2NomenclatureCapture element (net): AERAZUR Type ES30-5-M03
Net lifting system: AERAZUR Type 5
Braking system: BLISS 500S
3Energy-absorbing capacity55 x 106 FT x lb
4Nominal stop distance200 M (656 FT)
5Maximum aircraft weight33 000 lbs (14 968 KG) at 160 KT
6Barrier liftingManual
7Location on RWYIndicated on the diagram below with an asterisk (*)
8RemarksNIL

Note: The net barrier will be removed from the beginning of the runway in use.

1TypePORTARREST, mobile arresting cable for bi-directional engagement with tailhook.
2Nomenclature500 S6
3Energy-absorbing capacity70 x 106 FT x lb
4Nominal stop distance270 M (885 FT)
5Hook-load30 000 lbs
6Cable diameter1”
7Location on RWYIndicated on the diagram below with an asterisk (*)
8RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.13  Declared Distances

RWY designatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)RMK
1 23456
08L2 8753 3253 1252 638NIL
26R2 7662 9253 1252674NIL
08R1 9652 2502 2501 815NIL
26L1 9752 2502 2501 825NIL

EBFS AD 2.14  Approach and Runway Lighting

RWY 08L
Approach lighting systemType:ALS with sequenced flashing lightsVASISType:PAPI (both sides / 2.75°)
Length:750 MMEHT:
Intensity:LIH
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lights
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lightsLength:
Spacing:
Intensity:
Runway edge lightsLength:3 385 Mred:from 0 to 240 M
Spacing:60 Morange:from 300 to 840 M
Intensity:LIH / LIL directional & omnidirectional
RemarksNIL
RWY 26R
Approach lighting systemType:ALS with sequenced flashing lightsVASISType:PAPI (both sides / 2.75°)
Length:900 MMEHT:
Intensity:LIH
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lights
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lightsLength:
Spacing:
Intensity:
Runway edge lightsLength:red:from 0 to 240 M
Spacing:60 Morange:from 300 to 840 M
Intensity:LIH / LIL directional & omnidirectional
RemarksNIL
RWY 08R
Approach lighting systemType:Non-standardVASISType:
Length:335 MMEHT:
Intensity:
Runway threshold lightsColour:Touchdown zone lights
Wing bars:
Runway end lightsColour:Stopway lights
Wing bars:
Runway centre line lightsLength:
Spacing:
Intensity:
Runway edge lightsLength:2 250 M
Spacing:30 M
Intensity:LIHLIL omnidirectional
RemarksNIL
RWY 26L
Approach lighting systemType:Non-standardVASISType:PAPI (left / 3.2°)
Length:210 MMEHT:
Intensity:
Runway threshold lightsColour:Touchdown zone lights
Wing bars:
Runway end lightsColour:Stopway lights
Wing bars:
Runway centre line lightsLength:
Spacing:
Intensity:
Runway edge lightsLength:2 250 M
Spacing:30 M
Intensity:LIHLIL omnidirectional
RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.15  Other Lighting, Secondary Power Supply

1ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation
2LDI location and lighting
WDI location and lighting
3Taxiway edge lightingOmnidirectional lighting
Taxiway centre line lighting
4Secondary power supply10 MIN delay
Switch-over time
5RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.16  Helicopter Landing Area

1Coordinates (centre of HEL landing area) Geoid unulation
2LocationAPRX 300 M N of centre of RWY, see AD 2 EBFS FLIP 2-2
3MarkingNo markings
4LightingNo
5RemarksNIL

EBFS AD 2.17  ATS Airspace

1DesignationFlorennes CTR (1)
Lateral limits501816N 0044404E - 501918N 0045328E - 501320N 0045527E - 501218N 0044540E - an arc of circle, 5 NM radius, centred at 501436N 0043845E and traced clockwise to 501059N 0043322E - 500957N 0042355E - 501547N 0042210E - 501653N 0043149E - an arc of circle, 5 NM radius, centred at 501436N 0043845E and traced clockwise to 501816N 0044404E.
2Vertical limits3 500 FT AMSL
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call signFlorennes Tower
Language(s)En
5Transition altitude4 500 FT AMSL
6Remarks(1) Outside EBFS OPR HR, airspace is not active. As EBFS may be re-activated at any time, civil pilots are advised to avoid crossing whenever possible. Activation can be checked with Semmerzake ATCC or Brussels FIC.

EBFS AD 2.18  ATS Communication Facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of
operation
Remarks
12345
TWRFlorennes Tower234.800 MHZ (1)
257.800 MHZ (1)
243.000 MHZ (1)
125.875 MHZ (1)
122.100 MHZ (1)
121.500 MHZ (1)
HO(1) Guarded frequency
Florennes Ground308.775 MHZ (3)
122.100 MHZ (1)
121.500 MHZ (1)
HO(1) Guarded frequency
(3) Ground control frequency
APPFlorennes Approach372.275 MHZ (1)
362.300 MHZ (1)
243.000 MHZ (1)
124.375 MHZ (1)
122.500 MHZ (1)
121.500 MHZ (1)
HO(1) Guarded frequency
Florennes PAR377.800 MHZ (2)
231.450 MHZ (2)
243.000 MHZ (1)
123.300 MHZ (2)
121.500 MHZ (2)
HO(1) Guarded frequency
(2) Stand-by frequency

EBFS AD 2.19  Radio Navigation and Landing Aids

Type of aid
(MAG VAR)
IDFrequencyHours of
operation
Position of
transmitting
antenna
DME
antenna
elevation
Remarks
1234567
TACAN
(0°/2011)
BFSCH 52XH24501429.0N
0043911.7E
Coverage: 200 NM/FL 600: SE
100 NM/FL 600: other directions
EBFS TACAN restricted due to azimuth unlocks may be observed in sector R341-R347
ILS 26R (CAT I)
LOCI-BFS108.350 MHZH24501426.9N
0043730.7E
GPNIL333.950 MHZH24501439.2N
0043947.8E
Slope 2.75°, RDH 50 FT
TACAN required for ILS approach

EBFS AD 2.20  Local Traffic Regulations

1   GENERAL

Military use only.

2   TAXI REGULATIONS

TWY E3, M1 and M2 closed due to FOD.

3   APRON REGULATIONS

NIL

4   RUNWAY REGULATIONS

Operational limitations for flights on secondary RWY (08R/26L):

  1. General:
    1. Only home base ACFT may perform take-off and landing on the secondary RWY while the primary RWY is open. Nevertheless, TWR may authorize take-off and landing on the secondary RWY for other ACFT if the situation dictates (traffic load, QRA scramble in progress, etc.);
    2. Qualification needs to be obtained prior landing (pilots must be aware of the secondary RWY characteristics and all obstacles in the vicinity, furthermore pilots have to perform a practice low approach and a touch-and-go landing prior full stop landing;
  2. Take-off and landing:
    1. Single take-off and landing will be of application;
    2. No simultaneous approaches will be conducted on both RWY at the same time;
    3. Slow lane will not be of application;
    4. Separation between two landing ACFT is one RWY length;
    5. Out of SFO pattern only practice low approach authorized;
    6. No precision approach available (neither ILS nor PAR);
    7. No night OPS will occur except for QRA A-scramble take-off when primary RWY is closed;
  3. Training approaches:
    1. For home base ACFT, training approaches are authorized to gain or maintain qualification;
    2. For non-home base ACFT, 01 training approach will be authorized. According traffic, ATC may authorize more approaches;
    3. RMK: For fast jets, only practice low approach authorized (no touch-and-go landing).
5   SPECIFIC TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

NIL

EBFS AD 2.21  Noise Abatement Procedures

NIL

EBFS AD 2.22  Flight Procedures

The information concerning IFR and VFR procedures is contained in EBFS AD 2.24 and the BEMIL FLIPs IFR & VFR.

EBFS AD 2.23   Additional Information

1   GENERAL

TWY E3, L and N5 closed due to FOD.

2   USE OUTSIDE MILITARY OPERATIONAL HOURS
2.1   Contact details

A concession for flying activity outside MIL OPR HR has been given to the Military Gliding Center and to the Belgian Defence Aeroclub ASBL:

Post:

Military Gliding Center
Basis Charles Roman
Rue de Grande Lecke
1320 Beauvechain
BELGIUM

TEL: + 32 (0) 24 42 56 50

TEL: 9 6321 25649 / 25650 (MIL)

Post:

Belgian Defence Aeroclub ASBL
Florennes Airbase - 2 Wing Tactique
Base Jean Offenberg
Route Charlemagne 191
5620 Florennes
BELGIUM

TEL: + 32 (0) 19 32 30 46

TEL: + 32 (0) 475 98 19 87

The use of the aerodrome is strictly subject to prior approval of the Wing Ops in coordination with the concession holders.

2.2   Operational Hours

SAT, SUN and HOL or O/R (outside MIL OPR HR only), from SR - 30 MIN to SS + 30 MIN.

2.3   Runway Physical Characteristics
RWY designatorDimensions of RWY (m)Strength and surface of RWY and SWY
08L/26R3385 x 45PCN 58 F/B/W/T
ASPH
08R/26L2250 x 22,5PCN 59 F/B/W/T
ASPH
2.4   Communication Facilities

Basic information: 125.875 MHZ - INFO only, no ATC outside MIL OPR HR (En)

2.5   Local Traffic Regulations

The use of the aerodrome is subject to prior permission from the Base Ops (Tel: +32 (0) 71 68 25 04).

EBFS AD 2.24  Charts Related to EBFS

AD 2.MIL-EBFS-ADC.01Aerodrome Chart
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-GMC.01Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart
AD 2 EBFS AOC 01Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type A (Operating Limitations) RWY 08L/26R
AD 2 EBFS AOC 02Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type A (Operating Limitations) RWY 08R/26L
AD 2 EBFS AOC 03Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type B
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-SID.01Instrument Departure Chart - MIPS: FS 08A - 26A
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-SID.02Instrument Departure Chart - MIPS: FS 08B - 26B
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-SID.03Instrument Departure Chart - MIPS: FS 08C - 26C
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-SID.04Instrument Departure Chart - MIPS: HPMA FS 08D - 08E
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-SID.05Instrument Departure Chart - MIPS: HPMA FS 26D - 26E
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-MISC.01Minimum Vectoring Altitude - MIPS: MVA CHART
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.01Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HI-ILS RWY 26R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.02Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HI-TACAN RWY 26R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.03Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HI-TACAN RWY 26L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.04Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HI-TACAN RWY 08L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.05Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HI-TACAN RWY 08R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.06Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HPMA TACAN z RWY 08L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.07Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HPMA TACAN y RWY 08L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.08Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: ILS RWY 26R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.09Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: TACAN RWY 26R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.10Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: TACAN RWY 26L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.11Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: TACAN RWY 08L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.12Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: TACAN RWY 08R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.13Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HPMA QRA HI-ILS RWY 26R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.14Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HPMA QRA HI-TACAN RWY 08L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.15Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HPMA QRA HI-TACAN RWY 26L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.16Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: HPMA QRA HI-TACAN RWY 08R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.17Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 26R
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.18Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 08L
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-IAC.19Instrument Approach Chart - MIPS: RNAV ARINC CODING
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-VAC.01Visual Approach Chart: VAC RWY 08 - 26
AD 2.MIL-EBFS-VAC.02Visual Approach Chart: VAC-HEL