EBKT — KORTRIJK / Wevelgem

EBKT AD 2.1  Aerodrome Location Indicator and Name

EBKT — KORTRIJK / Wevelgem

EBKT AD 2.2  Aerodrome Geographical and Administrative Data

1ARP coordinates504907N 0031233E
Site of ARP at aerodrome250° MAG / 654 M from Basic Info Trailer
2Direction and distance from (city)2 NM W of Kortrijk
3Elevation / reference temperature

64 FT / 21°C

4Geoid undulation

138 FT

5Magnetic variation / annual change

E (2015) / INFO not AVBL

6AD administration addressInternational Airport Kortrijk-Wevelgem
WIVWB
Luchthavenstraat 1 bus 1
8560 Wevelgem
BELGIUM
TEL+32 (0) 56 36 20 43 (Airport Commander and Airport Operations Manager)
+32 (0) 56 36 20 45 (Administration)
+32 (0) 56 36 20 40 or +32 (0) 56 36 20 42 (Basic Info Trailer)
+32 (0) 56 35 46 85 (back up number Basic Info Trailer)
FAX+32 (0) 56 35 40 59
TelexNIL
AFSEBKTZPZX
Emailairport.kortrijk@skynet.be
7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

VFR

8Remarks

No manning at night, last minute night/early morning flight plan to be confirmed by phone toby FIA - Flanders International Airport handling department (+32 (0) 56 37 34 34).

EBKT AD 2.3  Operational Hours

1AD AdministrationMON-FRI: from 0700 (0600) to SS, but not later than 2000 (1900) (1)
SAT, SUN and HOL: from 0800 (0700) to SS, but not later than 2000 (1900) (1)

Commercial / business flights: H24 with 1 day prior notice when planned outside these hours. For urgent flights FIA handling department should be contacted (+32 (0) 56 37 34 34).

2Customs and immigrationAs AD AdministrationMON-SUN and HOL: from 0500 (0400) to 2100 (2000). Customs and police clearance outside these hours is available for operational needs.
3Health and sanitationNILFirst AID available on the airport / Automated External Defibrillator in airport building.
4AIS Briefing OfficeAs AD Administration
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)NIL
6MET Briefing OfficeNIL
7ATSOutside published AD operational hours: from 30 MIN before ETD/ETA till 15 MIN after ATD/engine shut down.

TEL: +32 (0) 56 36 20 40

TEL: +32 (0) 56 36 20 42

FAX: +32 (0) 56 35 40 59

8FuellingAs AD AdministrationAVGAS 100 LL: self service - AD operational hours.
Jet A1 H24 on request provided by FIA handling department (+32 (0) 56 37 34 34). Prior notice and additional cost for Jet A1 on SAT, SUN and HOL and during the week between 1800 (1700) and 0700 (0600).
9HandlingAs AD AdministrationH24, with prior notice when planned outside the aerodrome administration hours. Handling mandatory for non home-based aircraft above 2 T.
Passenger & luggage handling, marshalling, apron services, cargo handling, medical flights assistance by FIA handling department.
10SecurityAs AD AdministrationAccording to operational needs.
11De-icingAs AD AdministrationH24, with prior notice when planned outside the aerodrome administration hours. Performed by FIA handling department.
12Remarks(1) Business flights: H24 with 1 day prior notice when planned outside these hours.NIL

EBKT AD 2.4  Handling Services and Facilities

1Cargo-handling facilitiesFlanders International Airport (FIA)

TEL: +32 (0) 56 37 34 34

Email: info@fiahandling.be

URL: www.flandersairport.be

2Fuel typesAVGAS 100 LL (self-service)
JET A1 (by FIA, O/R on SAT, SUN and HOL)
Oil types
3Fuelling facilities and capacityAVGAS 100 LL: 1 fixed pump (50 000 L)
JET A1: 1 delivery truck (18 000 L) and 1 fixed reservoir (50 000 L)
4De-icing facilitiesLimitedType 1 50/50 HOT fluid, mobile de-icer IBC MHT 1000
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftO/R
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftSome repairs (EASA PART 145) O/R
7Remarks

Handling compulsory for non home-based aircraft above 2 T.

Payment:

  • Handling and JET A1: Cash or credit card
  • Landing fees and AVGAS: invoice will be sent the next month.

Visiting aircraft fill in the visitor's logbook in the briefing office.

Payment:
All services provided by FIA handling department: cash, AM or credit card on location. Other services, landing fees and AVGAS: pilots fill in visitor’s logbook in the briefing room, invoice will be received the next month.

EBKT AD 2.5  Passenger Facilities

1HotelsAt aerodrome and in the city
2RestaurantsAt aerodrome and in the city
3TransportationTaxis, buses, train and car hire O/R
4Medical facilitiesPublic ambulances and hospitals in the city (5 KM)
5BankIn the city (2 KM)
Post officeIn the city (2 KM)
6Tourist informationAt aerodrome / Tourist office in the city
7RemarksNIL

EBKT AD 2.6  Rescue and Fire Fighting Services

1Aerodrome category for fire fightingCAT 6
2Rescue equipmentCAT 6
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftNIL
4RemarksNo layer of foam on RWY

EBKT AD 2.7  Seasonal Availability - Clearing

1Types of clearing equipment1 truck “UNIMOG” with snowplough (working width: 2.7 M)
2Clearance prioritiesNIL
3RemarksDesignated authority to co-ordinate information about the current state of progress of snow clearance operations and the conditions of the movement area is the Airport Authority:

TEL: +32 (0) 56 36 20 40

FAX: +32 (0) 56 35 40 59

Strong caution advised during snow and ice conditions.

Breaking action measured by Surface Friction Tester.

EBKT AD 2.8  Aprons, Taxiways and Check Locations Data

1Apron surfaceASPH
Apron strengthINFO not AVBL
2Taxiway width12 M (A, B, C, D, E and F) and 7 M (G, H and I)
Taxiway surfaceASPH/CONC
Taxiway strengthINFO not AVBL
3ACL and elevationAt aprons (62 FT)
4VOR check pointsNIL
INS check pointson apron: 504915.50N 0031305.00E
5RemarksNIL

EBKT AD 2.9  Surface Movement Guidance and Control System and Markings

1Aircraft stand identification signs
Taxiway guide lines

Illuminated sign-boards at entrance of TWY to RWY and intersections of RWY

Visual docking/parking guidance system at aircraft stands
2Runway markingsDesignation, threshold, touchdown zone, centre line, aiming point
Taxiway markingsCentre line and holding positions
3Stop barsNIL
4RemarksNIL

EBKT AD 2.10  Aerodrome Obstacles

No Area 2 or Area 3 obstacle data sets are currently provided for EBKT.

PositionElevation (M)DescriptionMarked
1234
504832.5N 0031102.9E71.7Church WevelgemYES
504922.2N 0031338.1E61.7Church BissegemYES
504825.2N 0031325.5E89.6ChimneyNO
504827.0N 0031400.1E73.6Church MarkeNO
504853.0N 0031433.3E83.5Light mastNO
504859.0N 0031447.3E83.5Light mastNO
504724.3N 0031215.3E86.4ChimneyNO

EBKT AD 2.11  Meteorological Information Provided

Radio operator gives ground visibility in accordance with observation of visual landmarks. Those landmarks are situated in the four cardinal directions and the exact distance from the observation point is measured on the map.

EBKT 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
06061.89°1 900x 4552/F/B/X/T
ASPH
504853.18N
0031149.67E
THR 64 FT
504922.08N
0031315.33E
138 FT
24241.89°1 900x 4552/F/B/X/T
ASPH
504919.40N
0031307.37E
THR 61 FT
504853.18N
0031149.67E
138 FT
Slope of
RWY and SWY
SWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZRMK
789101112
-0.045%
(transverse 0.98%)
NILNIL2 020x 150NILNIL
+0.045%
(transverse 0.98%)
NILNIL2 020x 150NILNIL

EBKT AD 2.13  Declared Distances

RWY designatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)RMK
1 23456
061 7761 7761 7761 776NIL
241 9001 9001 9001 722NIL

EBKT AD 2.14  Approach and Runway Lighting

RWY 06
Approach lighting systemVASISType:PAPI (left / 3.1°)
NILMEHT:50 FT
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lightsLength:1 776 Mwhite:from 0 to 1 176 M
Spacing:15 Mred / white:from 1 176 to 1 482 M
Intensity:LIHred:from 1 482 to 1 776 M
Runway edge lightsLength:1 776 Mwhite:from 0 to 1 176 M
Spacing:30 Mamber:from 1 176 to 1 776 M
Intensity:LIH
RemarksNIL
RWY 24
Approach lighting systemType:SALSVASISType:PAPI (left / 3°)
Length:MEHT:50 FT
Intensity:
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lightsLength:1 900 Mwhite:from 0 to 1 288 M
Spacing:15 Mred / white:from 1 288 to 1 588 M
Intensity:LIHred:from 1 588 to 1 900 M
Runway edge lightsLength:1 900 Mred:from 0 to 158 M
Spacing:30 Mwhite:from 158 to 1 288 M
Intensity:LIHamber:from 1 288 to 1 900 M
RemarksRunway threshold identification lights (RTIL) present

EBKT AD 2.15  Other Lighting, Secondary Power Supply

1ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of operationNIL
2LDI location and lighting

South of Basic Info Trailer (lighted)

WDI location and lightingAt THR 06 (not lighted)
At THR 24 (lighted)
3Taxiway edge lightingAt RWY intersections only
Taxiway centre line lightingAt RWY intersections only
4Secondary power supplyAVBL
Switch-over time10 SEC
5RemarksNIL

EBKT AD 2.16  Helicopter Landing Area

Helicopter take-off and final approach only on RWY 06/24.

EBKT AD 2.17  ATS Airspace

1DesignationKortrijk RMZ
Lateral limits505449N 0032102E - 505025N 0032446E - 504532N 0031017E - along the French-Belgian border - 504623N 0030459E - 504844N 0030300E - 505449N 0032102E.
2Vertical limits2 500 FT AMSL
3Airspace classificationG
4ATS unit call signKortrijk Radio
Language(s)En
5Transition altitude4 500 FT AMSL
6RemarksNon-controlled aerodrome with Basic Information.

EBKT AD 2.18  ATS Communication Facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of
operation
Remarks
12345
Basic InformationKortrijk Radio120.250 MHZHO

EBKT AD 2.20  Local Aerodrome Regulations

1   GENERAL
1.1   Use of the Aerodrome at Night
1.1.1   Commercial / Business Flights

In order to reduce flights betweenPrior permission from the airport authority is required and extra charges are due between SS (not later than 2000 (1900)) and 0700 (0600) on weekdays, 0800 (0700) on SAT, SUN and HOL, prior permission from the Airport Authority is required and extra charges are due.

All flights scheduled outside the published operational hours should file a flight plan 24 HR in advance. For urgent flights the handling agentFIA handling department should be contacted (+32 (0) 479 70 21 2156 37 34 34).

For flightsDue to environmental reasons flights are reduced between 2200 (2100) and 0500 (0400), a PPR-number must be requested before 1500 (1400). Maximum 15 commercial movements will be allowed per month, medical flights or other urgencies exempted (priority for home-based aircraft).

1.1.2   VFR Flights

From 01 OCT to 01 MAR and after prior permission of the Airport Authority, local VFR flights at night are authorized each FRI between SS + 0030 and SS + 0230 (not later than 1900 (1800)). Maximum two aircraft per half hour may be allowed in the aerodrome traffic circuit, ceiling must be at least 1 500 FT and ground visibility at least 5 KM.

1.2   Use of the Aerodrome on SAT, SUN and HOL
  • First take-off at 0800 (0700), except PPR (commercial / business flights);
  • Last landing at SS (not later than 2000 (1900)), except PPR (commercial / business flights);
  • Last take-off at SS - 1 HR for local flights;
  • No helicopter training flights.
1.3   Safety Instructions

All aircraft crew, operational crew and airport personnel shall wear high visibility clothing whenon airside at all times.

2   TAXI REGULATIONS

Provided traffic permits, turboprop and jet aircraft will be asked to taxi via TWY B and E and backtrack to THR 24. Kortrijk Radio will advise.

Aircraft or vehicles leaving air side by gate 3, 5 or 6 enter a public area at their own risk.

A follow-me car is available on request.

Taxi outside the AD perimeter is strictly prohibited.

3   APRON REGULATIONS

Helicopters should land according to the information given by Kortrijk Radio. After landing and engine shutdown, the heliwheels that are provided at the AVGAS station shall be used to push the helicopter to the refuelling area.

After refuelling, the pilot should push the helicopter back to a parking place or a designated place for take-off. After returning the heliwheels, the pilot can contact Kortrijk Radio to request start-up advice.

4   RUNWAY REGULATIONS

NIL

5   SPECIFIC TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
5.1   Aircraft without Radio

Aircraft without radio are prohibited.

5.2   Glider Flights

Glider flights (towing incl) are prohibited.

5.3   ULM Flights

Only home based ULM and ULM visiting Lambert Aircraft Engineering are permitted.

All ULM flights require prior permission from the Airport Authority.

Take-off and landing are only allowed for ULM complying with the following:

  • 3-axis ULM;
  • 4-stroke motor;
  • equipped with radio able to transmit and receive on the airband;
  • able to maintain an airspeed of 70 KT MNM.
5.4   Balloon Flights

Except with permission from the Airport Authority, take-off and landing are prohibited.

Balloon aircrew intending to lift-off, to land or to transit in a radius of 8 NM around 504908N 0031232E (Paris FIR excl), are requested to inform the Airport Authority at least 15 MIN before taking off, landing or entering the area:

  • TEL: +32 (0) 56 36 20 40
  • FAX: +32 (0) 56 35 40 59
  • Basic Information: 120.250 MHZ
5.5   Parachuting

Parachuting is prohibited.

5.6   Acrobatic Flights

Acrobatic flights above the airfield and inside the vertical limits of the aerodrome traffic pattern are prohibited. In principle, ONLY examination flights requested by the Belgian CAA after co-ordination with the Airport Authority are an exception thereto.

5.7   Training and Test Flights
5.7.1   Local Training Flights (Circuits)

Local training flights are only allowed during following periods (AUG excl):

  • MON-FRI: 0800-1900 (0700-1800);
  • SAT from SEP to JUN: 0830-1100 (0730-1000) and 1300-1700 (1200-1600);
  • SAT in JUL and AUG: 0730-1000.

Following general conditions apply:

  1. a maximum of 3 aircraft for touch-and-go applies. In case of dense traffic, the Airport Authority can reduce the number of touch-and-go flights to a maximum of 2 aircraft in the circuit;
  2. follow strictly the circuit pattern as published on AD 2.EBKT-VAC.01;
  3. take-off from the beginning of the runway is mandatory;
  4. before any touch-and-go flights, a copy of the noise certificate must be delivered to the Airport Authority;
  5. keep an altitude of 1 000 FT until turning final, if compatible with the safety of the aircraft;
  6. keep the angle of descent as high as compatible with the safety of the aircraft;
  7. perform a gliding approach >3° with the lowest power setting possible;
  8. low approach with full flaps setting, high motor rotation speed and high pitch setting is forbidden for noise reduction reasons.

Additional conditions apply for training flights on SAT:

  1. only authorised for home-based aircraft;
  2. no precautionary circuit allowed;
  3. helicopter training flights not allowed.
5.7.2   Training Flights Without Full Stop

Training flights without full stop are prohibited for non-home-based aircraft, unless prior permission has been obtained from the Airport Authority.

5.7.3   Helicopter Training Flights

A helicopter is counted as an aircraft performing touch-and-go. Maximum one helicopter in the circuit is allowed for training.

5.7.4   Training Flights with “Aborted Take-off”

After an aborted take-off, the aircraft shall return to the beginning of the runway.

5.7.5   Training Precautionary Circuit

Precautionary circuit training is prohibited, unless prior permission has been obtained from the Airport Authority. The minimum altitude for precautionary circuit training is 600 FT.

EBKT AD 2.21  Noise Abatement Procedures

1   GENERAL
1.1   Noise Certification

Aircraft operating to and from EBKT must be noise-certified according to ICAO Annex 16.

For touch-and-go flights, an airplane ≤ 2 T must be noise certified ≤ 76 dB(A) according to ICAO Annex 16.

1.2   Reverse Thrust

The use of reverse thrust should be kept to a minimum compatible with the safety of the aircraft.

2   GROUND PROCEDURES
2.1   Engine Test Runs and Idle Checks

Engine test runs in the open air must be restricted to the very minimum and are only allowed between 0800-1100 (0700-1000) and 1300-1700 (1200-1600). The Airport Authority has the right to stop or restrict all ongoing tests in case of violation of airport regulations or other circumstances that require such decision.

2.2   Power Supply

The APU shall be shut down at the earliest opportunity after arrival, not exceeding 30 MIN, and it may only be restarted when essential aircraft checks or cabin conditions require so before the planned departure, and this also not exceeding 30 MIN.

3   ARRIVAL PROCEDURES
3.1   VFR Touch-and-Go Training

Keep an altitude of 1 000 FT until turning final, if compatible with the safety of the aircraft.

Keep the angle of descent as high as compatible with the safety of the aircraft.

Perform a gliding approach >3° with the lowest power setting possible.

Low approach with full flaps setting, high motor rotation speed and high pitch setting is forbidden.

4   DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
4.1   Noise Abatement Take-off and Climb Procedures

For turbo-jet aircraft:

  • From take-off to 1 500 FT QNH:
    • take-off power;
    • take-off flaps;
    • climb to V2 + 10 to 20 KT or as limited by body angle;
  • At 1 500 FT QNH:
    • reduce thrust to not less than climb thrust;
  • From 1 500 FT QNH to 3 000 FT QNH:
    • climb at V2 + 10 to 20 KT;
  • At 3 000 FT QNH:
    • accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed with flaps retraction.

For propeller aircraft:

  • From take-off to 1 000 FT QNH:
    • take-off power;
    • climb at a maximum gradient compatible with safety;
    • speed not less than single engine climb speed nor higher than best rate of climb;
  • At 1 000 FT QNH:
    • reduce power to the maximum normal operating power, if this power has been used for showing compliance with noise certification requirements or to the maximum climb power;
  • From 1 000 FT QNH to 3 000 FT QNH:
    • climb at the maximum gradient with reduced power, maintaining constant speed;
  • Above 3 000 FT QNH:
    • accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed.

EBKT AD 2.22  Flight Procedures

1   GENERAL
1.1   VMC Aerodrome Minima

See ENR 1.2, § 1.1.

1.2   Communication

Incoming traffic shall contact Kortrijk Radio at least 5 MIN before entering the aerodrome traffic circuit. However, contact shall be made at MAX 15 NM from EBKT and MAX 3 000 FT AMSL.

Departing traffic shall contact Kortrijk Radio before taxiing.

1.3   Traffic Regulation

As the aerodrome is situated in uncontrolled airspace class G, it shall be noted that flights into and from EBKT operate at own risk as no ATC separation service is provided.

1.4   Traffic Information Between VFR Flights (Recommendations)
  1. VFR flights should report flying over the entry reporting points and, when in the traffic circuit, reporting beginning of downwind, turning base, base leg and final;
  2. All pilots should maintain two-way radio communication on FREQ 120.250 MHZ and continue to give their position reports;
  3. To enhance the “see and avoid” concept, all aircraft operating locally at EBKT are requested to keep their navigation, landing and anti-collision lights switched on and to keep a sharp look-out for other traffic.
2   LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES

NIL

3   VFR FLIGHTS
3.1   Visual Reporting Points

VFR traffic shall use following reporting points:

AbbreviationAssociated landmarkPosition
EASTjunction motorway E17 and road N382 (Waregem-Anzegem)505217N 0032634E
NORTHjunction road N50 (Oostkamp-Kortrijk) and kanaal Roeselare-Leie505453N 0031614E
SOUTHjunction motorway A17 and road N58 (Moeskroen-Dottenijs)504346N 0031736E
WESTjunction motorway A19 and road N303 (Passendale-Wervik)505010N 0030044E
3.2   Inbound Traffic

Reporting point NORTH or SOUTH should be reported and overflown before entering the visual traffic circuit. At night, both points should be reported. Flying over the runway or the extended runway centre line shall be performed at 1 500 FT AMSL or above MNM.

3.3   Outbound Traffic

RWY 06: report leaving the traffic circuit at point EAST or NORTH

RWY 24: report leaving the traffic circuit at point SOUTH or WEST

3.4   Visual Traffic Pattern (Noise Abatement Procedure)

RWY 06:

  1. Take-off must be performed using the best rate of climb of the aircraft. Continue to climb straight ahead to 800 FT AMSL before turning left crosswind, continue the climb to circuit altitude 1 000 FT AMSL;
  2. The downwind leg is situated over the motorway A19 at 1 000 FT AMSL;
  3. Turn left base leg before the high tension line.

RWY 24:

  1. Take-off must be performed using the best rate of climb of the aircraft. Continue to climb straight ahead to 800 FT AMSL before turning left crosswind, continue the climb to circuit altitude 1 000 FT AMSL;
  2. The downwind leg is situated over the river Leie at 1 000 FT AMSL;
  3. Turn left base leg before the goods railway station of Kortrijk. In case traffic does not permit to turn base leg at this point, turn right out of the circuit, in order to avoid flying over the city of Kortrijk at low altitude, and rejoin the beginning of downwind.
4   RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE

Aircraft with radio communication failure shall fly overhead at 1 500 FT AMSL and consult the signal area before joining the traffic circuit.

EBKT AD 2.24  Charts Related to EBKT

AD 2.EBKT-ADC.01Aerodrome Chart - ICAO
AD 2.EBKT-ADC.02Aerodrome Chart - ICAO. Appendix 1: Runway Markings and Lighting Aids
AD 2.EBKT-AOC.01Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type A (Operating Limitations)
AD 2.EBKT-AOC.02Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type B
AD 2.EBKT-VAC.01Visual Approach Chart - ICAO