EBLG — LIÈGE / Liège

EBLG AD 2.1  Aerodrome Location Indicator and Name

EBLG — LIÈGE / Liège

EBLG AD 2.2  Aerodrome Geographical and Administrative Data

1ARP coordinates503811N 0052634E
Site of ARP at aerodrome262° MAG / 785 M from TWR
2Direction and distance from (city)5 NM W of Liège
3Elevation / reference temperature

659 FT / 22°C

4Geoid undulation

144 FT

5Magnetic variation / annual change

1°E (2015) / INFO not AVBL

6AD administration address

Airport Authority:

Service Public de Wallonie
Direction de l'aéroport de Liège
Mr. Toussaint (Director)
Aéroport civil de Liège
4460 Grâce-Hollogne
BELGIUM

Airport Management:

Liège Airport SA
Aéroport civil de Liège
4460 Grâce-Hollogne
BELGIUM

TEL

Service Public de Wallonie:

+32 (0) 4 234 84 07 (Airport Authority, 0700-1500 (0600-1400))
+32 (0) 4 234 84 29 (Airport Inspection, H24)

Liège Airport SA:

+32 (0) 4 234 84 11 (0700-1500 (0600-1400))

FAX

Service Public de Wallonie:

+32 (0) 4 234 84 08 (Airport Authority, 0700-1500 (0600-1400))
+32 (0) 4 234 84 20 (Airport Inspection, H24)

Liège Airport SA:

+32 (0) 4 234 84 04 (0700-1500 (0600-1400))
+32 (0) 4 234 85 61 (H24)

TelexNIL
AFSEBLGYDYX (Airport Authority)
EmailNIL
7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR / VFR

8Remarks

NIL

EBLG AD 2.3  Operational Hours

1AD AdministrationH24
2Customs and immigrationH24
3Health and sanitationH24
4AIS Briefing OfficeH24
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)H24
6MET Briefing OfficeH24
7ATSH24
8FuellingH24
9HandlingH24
10SecurityH24
11De-icingH24
12RemarksNIL

EBLG AD 2.4  Handling Services and Facilities

1Cargo-handling facilitiesModern handling facilities
Nearest railway siding: Cargo Village (1 KM)
2Fuel typesAVGAS 100 LL and JET A1
Oil typesNIL
3Fuelling facilities and capacityAVGAS 100 LL (sold via Liège Airport):
  • 1 tank 38 M³
  • 1 truck 5 000 l
JET A1:
  • 3 trucks 85 000 L, 3 000 L/MIN
  • 3 trucks 60 000 L, 3 000 L/MIN
  • 3 trucks 40 000 L, 3 000 L/MIN
  • 2 Hydrant Cars, 3 000 L/MIN

BP, Q8, TF, Vitol, WFS and TUI fuel cards accepted via TF, Q8 and WFS.

Credit cards accepted via TF.

4OxygenNIL
5Starting UnitsNIL
6De-icing facilitiesAVBL
7Hangar space for visiting aircraftNIL
8Repair facilities for visiting aircraftSmall repairs
9Remarks

Handling mandatory for aircraft with MTOW over 3 T except for home-based aircraft.

AVIAPARTNER LIEGE SA (FREQ 131.450 MHZ)

TEL: +32 (0) 4 225 51 85

FAX: +32 (0) 4 234 84 36

SITA: LGGLHXH (cargo flights)

SITA: LGGAPXH (passenger flights)

Email: lgg.ops@aviapartner.aero

URL: www.aviapartner.aero

AVIAPARTNER LIEGE EXECUTIVE (FREQ 131.450 MHZ)

TEL: +32 (0) 4 234 84 35

FAX: +32 (0) 4 234 84 36

SITA: LGGAPXH

Email: lgg.executive@aviapartner.aero

LACHS OPS 24/7 (FREQ 131.975 MHZ)

TEL: +32 (0) 4 234 73 76

TEL: +32 (0) 4 234 73 82

FAX: +32 (0) 4 234 00 80

SITA: LGGAP7X

Email: ops@lachs.be

Email: lserafini@lachs.be

SWISSPORT CARGO SERVICES BELGIUM NV

TEL: +32 (0) 4 224 61 00

TEL: +32 (0) 4 224 61 01

TEL: +32 (0) 4 224 61 03

FAX: +32 (0) 4 224 61 45

SITA: LGGCS8X

Email: LGG.Cargo16@swissport.com

SWISSPORT PAX

TEL: +32 (0) 2 788 32 64

Email: LGG.Operations@swissport.com

TAY AIRPORT SERVICES (FREQ 131.400 MHZ)

TEL: +32 (0) 4 239 36 36

FAX: +32 (0) 4 239 36 39

SITA: LGGOW3V

Email: LGG.handling@tnt.com

URL: www.tntairways.com

AERO SERVICES

TEL: +32 (0) 4 235 88 34

TEL: +32 (0) 473 88 56 00

Email: aeroservices@aeroservices.be

FENAIR

TEL: +32 (0) 4 854 54 05

Email: musty@fenair.eu

For business aviation handling facilities, a dedicated terminal is exclusively managed by AVIAPARTNER LIEGE EXECUTIVE for aircraft up to 30 seats.

EBLG AD 2.5  Passenger Facilities

1HotelsNear aerodrome and in the city.
2RestaurantsAt aerodrome and in the city
3TransportationTaxis, buses and car hire.
4Medical facilitiesFirst aid treatment, recovery room and ambulances
Hospitals in Liège (10 KM)
5BankCash dispenser in passenger terminal
Post officeIn the city
6Tourist informationAt aerodrome / Tourist office in the city
7RemarksNIL

EBLG AD 2.6  Rescue and Fire Fighting Services

1Aerodrome category for fire fightingCAT 10
2Rescue equipmentNIL
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftNIL
4RemarksNIL

EBLG AD 2.7  Seasonal Availability - Clearing

1Types of clearing equipment

Manoeuvring area (runways and taxiways):

  • 5 runway snow ploughs Schmidt (6 M blade)
  • 2 runway snow ploughs Boschung (8 M blade)
  • 1 snow blower Boschung (3 000 T/HR)
  • 1 snow blower Schmidt (5 000 T/HR)
  • 3 de-icers for taxiway/runway (liquid and solid)

Traffic area (aprons and service roads):

  • 1 snow plough with 2.5 M blade + solid de-icing spreader
  • 1 snow plough with 1.5 M blade + solid de-icing spreader
  • 2 snow ploughs with 2.5 M blade + liquid de-icing spreader
  • 1 tractor with blade + liquid de-icing spreader
  • up to 4 tractors with blade for stand positions (sub-contractors)
2Clearance priorities
  1. RWY 05R/23L and appropriate TWYs
  2. Apron
  3. RWY 05L/23R and other TWYs
  4. Remaining part of the movement area
3Remarks

Transmission of information by SNOWTAM, METAR and ATIS.

Designated 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 (Service Publique de Wallonie):

TEL: +32 (0) 4 234 84 29

FAX: +32 (0) 4 234 84 20

Braking action measured by Mu-meter or SARSYS Friction Tester

EBLG AD 2.8  Aprons, Taxiways and Check Locations Data

1Apron surfaceCONC / ASPH
Apron strengthApron north: PCN 73/R/A/W/T
P1, P2 and P3: PCN 64/R/A/W/T
2Taxiway widthTWY A2, A3, A4 and A5: 30 M
TWY B (situated BTN TWY C0 and C4): 45 M
TWY C0 and C1: 25 M / C2: 28 M / C3: 15 M / C4: 27 M
TWY S2, S3, S4, S5 and S6: 30 M
TWY N0, N1, N2, D0, D1 and D2: 25 M
TWY N4: 15 M
Taxiway surfaceTWY A2, A3, A4, A5, B, C0, N4, S2, S3 and S4: CONC / ASPH
TWY C4, D0, D1, D2 and S5: CONC
TWY C1, C2, C3, N0, N1, N2 and S6: ASPH
Taxiway strengthS2 and S3: PCN 86/F/A/W/T
S4: PCN 85/F/A/W/T
S5: PCN 73/R/A/W/T
S6: PCN 127/F/A/W/T
C0, N0 and N1: PCN 117/F/A/W/T
C1: PCN 108/F/A/W/T
C2: PCN 68/F/A/W/T
C3: PCN 56/R/A/W/T
C4: PCN 148/R/A/W/T
N2: PCN 117/F/A/W/T
A2, A3, A4, A5, D0, D1 and D2: PCN 73/R/A/W/T
3ACL and elevationApron P1 (604 FT)
Apron P2 (610 FT)
Apron P3 (616 FT)
Apron NORTH(612 FT)
4VOR check pointsNIL
INS check pointsAt aircraft stands
5Remarks

Compass deviation exceeding 10° may occur on apron P1, P2 and P3.

Back track and 180° turn not allowed on RWY 05R/23L between S5 to S6.

On TWY S3, exit towards or entry from the westward side of TWY A2 is not allowed.

On TWY S5, exit towards or entry from the eastward side of TWY A5 is not allowed.

C5 and N3 are concrete strips: U/S for aircraft, only serviceable for airport inspection.

Apron E AVBL for home-based propeller aircraft, ICAO code 1B and 6 T MAX. Apron AVBL 30 MIN before SR until 30 MIN past SS. Apron closed when RVR below 800 M.

EBLG AD 2.9  Surface Movement Guidance and Control System and Markings

1Aircraft stand identification signs
Taxiway guide linesGuidance sign-boards at entrance of TWYs to RWYs and at intersections of TWYs
Visual docking/parking guidance system at aircraft stands
2Runway markingsRWY 23L/R and 05R: Designation, threshold, touchdown zone, centre line and edge lines
RWY 05L: Designation, threshold, centre line and edge lines
Taxiway markingsCentre line and holding positions at the TWY/RWY intersections
3Stop barsAt TWY S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, C0, C1, C2, C3, C4, N0 and N2
4Remarks

Turn pad RWY 05R available 185 M before THR RWY 05R

Turn pad RWY 23L available on TWY S5

Turn pad RWY 05L available between TWY C0 and TWY N0

Turn pad RWY 23R available between TWY C4 and TWY N4

EBLG AD 2.10  Aerodrome Obstacles

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

Details on EBLG aerodrome obstacles can be found on the aerodrome obstacle charts (see EBLG AD 2.24).

EBLG AD 2.11  Meteorological Information Provided

1Associated MET OfficeEBLG MET
2Hours of serviceH24
MET Office outside hoursNIL
3Office responsible for TAF preparationEBBR
Periods of validity30 HR
Interval of issuance6 HR
4Trend forecastAVBL
Interval of issuance30 MIN
5Briefing / consultation providedPersonal consultation, TEL
6Flight documentationCharts, abbreviated plain language text
Languages usedEn
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationSurface charts, altitude charts, prognostic altitude charts, prognostic chart of significant weather, tropopause and maximum wind chart
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationSelf-briefing terminal, FAX, real-time weather display
9ATS units provided with informationLiège TWR and Liège APP
10Additional information

International aviation:

TEL: +32 (0) 4 234 85 78

FAX: +32 (0) 2 206 28 29 (EBBR)

VFR flights, gliding, ballooning:

TEL: 0902 / 88 173 (CONSULTEL)

Note: Communications automatically recorded on tape.

EBLG 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
05R045.16°3 690 x 45PCN 85/F/B/W/T
ASPH
503743.10N
0052548.82E
THR 652 FT
TDZ 652 FT
503901.80N
0052753.53E
(calculated)
144 FT
23L225.16°3 690 x 45PCN 85/F/B/W/T
ASPH
503852.63N
0052739.08E
THR 603 FT
TDZ 603 FT
503737.74N 0052540.32E
144 FT
05L045.16°2 340 x 45PCN 51/F/B/W/T
CONC/ASPH
503752.59N
0052548.50E
THR 637 FT
503845.91N
0052713.03E
144 FT
23R225.16°2 340 x 45PCN 51/F/B/W/T
CONC/ASPH
503845.91N
0052713.03E
THR 585 FT
TDZ 585 FT
503752.59N
0052548.50E
144 FT
Slope of
RWY and SWY
SWY dimensions (M)CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZRMK
789101112
-0.94% (2 387 M) +0.47% (900 M)NILNIL3 810 x 300YesNIL
-0.47% (900 M) +0.94% (2 387 M)NILNIL3 810 x 300YesNIL
-1.03% (1 900 M) +0.86% (440 M)NILNIL2 460 x 300NILNIL
-0.86% (440 M) +1.03% (1 900 M)NILNIL2 460 x 300INFO not AVBLNIL

Note 1: Displaced THR 05R: 237 M and displaced THR 23L: 403 M.

Note 2: RWY 05L/23R is a secondary runway, available for operational needs in VMC and CAT I but also usable as taxiway (designation: TWY B) - double lighting according to the use.

EBLG AD 2.13  Declared Distances

RWY designatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)RMK
1 23456
05R3 6903 6903 6903 454NIL
23L3 6903 6903 6903 287NIL
05L2 3402 3402 3402 340NIL
23R2 3402 3402 3402 340NIL
RWYFromTORA (M)
05RC03 303
C12 573
C22 553
S22 478
S31 598
23LC42 550
C31 800
S53 287
S42 550
S31 800
05LN3874
23RN31 406

EBLG AD 2.14  Approach and Runway Lighting

RWY 05R
Approach lighting systemType:PALS CAT II/IIIVASISType:PAPI (left and right / 3°)
Length:900 MMEHT:INFO not AVBL
Intensity:LIH
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lights900 M
Wing bars:present
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lightsLength:3 454 Mwhite:from 237 to 2 790 M
Spacing:15 Mred / white:from 2 790 to 3 390 M
Intensity:LIHred:from 3 390 to 3 690 M
Runway edge lightsLength:3 690 Mred:from 0 to 237 M
Spacing:60 Mwhite:from 237 to 3 090 M
Intensity:LIHamber:from 3 090 to 3 690 M
Remarks

NIL

RETIL available for rapid exit S3:

  • 300 M before exit: 3 yellow lights
  • 200 M before exit: 2 yellow lights
  • 100 M before exit: 1 yellow light
RWY 23L
Approach lighting systemType:PALS CAT II/IIIVASISType:PAPI (left and right / 3°)
Length:900 MMEHT:INFO not AVBL
Intensity:LIH
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lights900 M
Wing bars:present
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lightsLength:3 287 Mwhite:from 403 to 2 790 M
Spacing:15 Mred / white:from 2 790 to 3 390 M
Intensity:LIHred:from 3 390 to 3 690 M
Runway edge lightsLength:3 287 Mwhite:from 0 to 2 687 M
Spacing:60 Mamber:from 2 687 to 3 287 M
Intensity:LIH
Remarks

NIL

RETIL available for rapid exit S2 and C1:

  • 300 M before exit: 3 yellow lights
  • 200 M before exit: 2 yellow lights
  • 100 M before exit: 1 yellow light
RWY 05L
Approach lighting systemVASISType:PAPI (left / 3°)
NILMEHT:INFO not AVBL
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lights
NIL (1)
Runway edge lightsLength:2 340 Mwhite:from 0 to 1 740 M
Spacing:60 Mamber:from 1 740 to 2 340 M
Intensity:LIH
Remarks(1) Green centre line (length 2 340 M, spacing 15 M) when runway is used as TWY B.
RWY 23R
Approach lighting systemType:PALS CAT IVASISType:PAPI (left / 3°)
Length:900 MMEHT:INFO not AVBL
Intensity:LIH
Runway threshold lightsColour:greenTouchdown zone lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway end lightsColour:redStopway lightsNIL
Wing bars:NIL
Runway centre line lights
NIL (1)
Runway edge lightsLength:2 340 Mwhite:from 0 to 1 740 M
Spacing:60 Mamber:from 1 740 to 2 340 M
Intensity:LIH
Remarks(1) Green centre line (length 2 340 M, spacing 15 M) when runway is used as TWY B.

EBLG AD 2.15  Other Lighting, Secondary Power Supply

1ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of operationNIL
2LDI location and lightingBetween TWY S3 and S4 (lighted)
WDI location and lightingNext to the LDI (lighted)
3Taxiway edge lightingAll TWY except C1, D0, D1, D2, N0, N2, N3 and N4 (reflectors only)
Taxiway centre line lightingTWY A, B, C0, C1, C2, C4, D0, D1, D2, N0, N1, N2, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6
4Secondary power supplyTo all lighting at aerodrome
Switch-over time

0 SEC: RWY 05R/23L (ALS, THR, RCLL, TDZ, stop bars, WDI and LDI), RWY 05L/23R (ALS, stop bars, WDI and LDI)

10 SEC: THR 05L/23R, REDL, taxiway edge and centre line lights, signs and runway guard lights

5RemarksNIL

EBLG AD 2.16  Helicopter Landing Area

1Coordinates of TLOF and FATO THR503834.35N 0052654.69E
2TLOF / FATO elevation574 FT
3TLOF dimensions, surface and strength
  • Dimensions: 40 M x 40 M
  • Surface: ASPH
  • Strength: PCN 51/F/B/W/T
4FATO true bearing045° / 225°
5Declared distances available
6TLOF and FATO markingStandard markings
7Approach and FATO lighting
8RemarksVFR (day only).
FATO / TLOF is situated on RWY 23R/05L

EBLG AD 2.17  ATS Airspace

1DesignationLiège CTR
Lateral limits504512N 0052633E - an arc of circle, 5 NM radius, centred on 504137N 0053205E and traced clockwise to 503802N 0053736E - 503113N 0052641E - an arc of circle, 5 NM radius, centred on 503447N 0052110E and traced clockwise to 503821N 0051538E - 504512N 0052633E.
2Vertical limits2 500 FT AMSL
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call signLiège Tower
Language(s)En
5Transition altitude4 500 FT AMSL
6RemarksNIL

EBLG AD 2.18  ATS Communication Facilities

Service designationCall signFrequencyHours of operationRemarks
12345
APPLiège Approach119.275 MHZ (1)
121.500 MHZ (2)
243.000 MHZ (2)
H24(1) Primary FREQ
(2) Emergency FREQ
TWRLiège Tower118.125 MHZ (1)
130.625 MHZ (2)
121.500 MHZ (3)
243.000 MHZ (3)
H24(1) Primary FREQ
(2) Secondary FREQ
(3) Emergency FREQ
Liège Ground121.925 MHZH24Ground movement control and start-up clearance
ATISLiège Information126.250 MHZ
115.450 MHZ (1)
H24(1) LGE frequency

D-ATIS AVBL (see GEN 3.4, § 3.4.2)

VDFLiège Homer119.275 MHZ
118.125 MHZ
130.625 MHZ
128.200 MHZ
121.500 MHZ
H24NIL

EBLG AD 2.19  Radio Navigation and Landing Aids

Type of aid
MAG VAR
IDFREQHours of
operation
Position of
transmitting
antenna
DME
antenna
elevation
RMK
1234567
DVOR/DME
(1°E/2015)
LGE115.450 MHZ
CH101Y
H24503914.3N
0052813.5E
633 FTCoverage: 40 NM/FL 250
NDBONL290 KHZH24504203.9N
0053257.0E
Coverage: 25 NM
Collocated with OM ILS 23L
ILS 05R (CAT III)
LOCIHH108.750 MHZH24503905.8N
0052759.9E
045° GEO / 1.96 NM from THR 05R
No back beam available
LOC only reliable within 35° either side of course line
GP330.350 MHZH24503754.3N
0052558.0E
Slope 3°
RDH 58 FT
DMEIHHCH 24YH24503754.3N
0052558.1E
591 FTCollocated with GP
ILS 23L (CAT III)
LOCILG109.350 MHZH24503735.0N
0052536.1E
225° GEO / 1.84 NM from THR 23L
No back beam available
LOC only reliable within 35° either side of course line
GP331.850 MHZH24503846.2N
0052720.2E
Slope 3°
RDH 54.3 FT
OMdash / dash75 MHZH24504204N
0053257E
4.64 NM from THR 23L or 4.13 DME LGE
The DME fix (4.13 DME LGE) shall only be used as OM fix if the markers are unserviceable
MMdot / dash75 MHZH24503920N
0052823E
0.65 NM from THR 23L
ILS 23R (CAT I)
LOCIBI109.350 MHZH24503742.7N
0052532.8E
225° GEO / 1.50 NM from THR 23R
No back beam available
LOC only reliable within 35° either side of course line
GP331.850 MHZH24503839.9N
0052654.7E
Slope 3°
RDH 54 FT
Operations restricted to 5º left and right from course line
Full fly down indications may not be maintained when high above GP
DMEIBICH 30YH24503839.5N
0052654.4E
591 FTCollocated with GP

EBLG AD 2.20  Local Aerodrome Regulations

1   GENERAL
1.1   Use of SSR

In order to improve safety, the carriage of a serviceable Mode S transponder with basic functionality is mandatory for all aircraft operating within Liège TMA/CTR. An exemption to this rule may be granted, provided that the request is made before the flight by telephone to the Liège ATS authority.

1.2   Security

Security rules for aircraft not handled and with origin different than EBLG:

  • When full stop landing, transit parking mandatory in GAT area with engine(s) shut down.
  • Airport security shuttle mandatory for flat fee of 60 EUR, excluding VAT. All people on board must stay in aircraft until arrival of airport security staff.
  • People leaving the airport will immediately be taken by airport security to the airside/landside boundary located at the passenger terminal. Airport security will perform a hand search of crew members staying in the aircraft as well as a hand search of their personal effects.
2   TAXI REGULATIONS

”Follow-me” car services available only when requested by pilots except in LVP.

3   APRON REGULATIONS

Stands 110 to 128 are mandatory nose-in positions.

Aircraft of type A124 shall be parked nose-in on stands 110 and 112 (A380 stands) or 124 and 128 (when stands 122 and 126 are empty).

4   RUNWAY REGULATIONS

NIL

5   SPECIFIC TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
5.1   Aircraft Without Radio

Aircraft without radio are prohibited

5.2   Glider Flights

Glider flights are prohibited.

5.3   ULM Flights

ULM flights are prohibited.

5.4   Balloon Flights

NIL

5.5   Parachuting

Parachuting is prohibited.

5.6   Acrobatic Flights

NIL

5.7   Training and Test Flights

Training flights may only be operated by jet and propeller aircraft of more than 6 000 KG from MON to FRI between 0800 and 1800 (0700 and 1700), except on HOL and during the official school holiday periods of the Belgian French-speaking Community, provided they have already been operated in the territory of the Walloon Region before 08 NOV 2000 or provided the operator develops commercial activities in that area.

EBLG AD 2.21  Noise Abatement Procedures

1   GENERAL
1.1   Noise Restrictions

Aircraft operating at EBLG must be noise certificated according to ICAO Annex 16.

Recertificated civil subsonic jet aircraft are prohibited from 2200 to 0600 (2100 to 0500). The Airport Authority is entitled to require any aircraft operator to provide any document or technical information related to the aircraft operated and to prohibit any aircraft from take-off if the required documents have not been forwarded.

Following flights are exempted from this restriction:

  • Flights carrying members of the Belgian Royal Family, the Belgian government, the Regional and Community governments and foreign Royal Families and Heads of State or leaders of foreign governments, presidents and commissioners of the European Union, on official mission;
  • Missions in case of disasters or for the purpose of medical assistance;
  • Military missions;
  • Take-off and landing performed in exceptional conditions (flights on which there is immediate danger to the life or health of persons as well as animals, flights diverted for meteorological reasons, etc.);
  • Delayed flights, provided the delay is due to circumstances beyond the operator’s control.

Exceptionally and on explicit justified request, the Minister of Transport of the Walloon Region may authorize take-off or landing of a non-compliant aircraft.

1.2   Use of 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 Tests

Full power engine tests are prohibited from 2000 to 0800 (1900 to 0700).

3   ARRIVAL PROCEDURES

NIL

4   DEPARTURE PROCEDURES
4.1   General

The SID (see EBLG AD 2.22, § 3.2.1) constitute noise abatement procedures. Therefore, it is emphasized that pilots, except when being radar vectored, shall adhere to the allocated route as closely as performance criteria permit. If unable to comply with these procedures, they shall advise ATC immediately.

4.2   Climb Gradient

In order to minimize noise disturbance, aircraft shall maintain a net climb gradient of not less than 5.8% until FL 50.

4.3   Noise Abatement Take-Off and Climb Procedures

The following operational noise abatement take-off procedures must be applied for outbound flights:

For turbo-jet aircraft:

  • From take-off to 2 100 FT QNH:
    • take-off power;
    • take-off flaps;
    • climb to V2 + 10 to 20 KT or as limited by body angle;
  • At 2 100 FT QNH:
    • reduce thrust to not less than climb thrust;
  • From 2 100 FT QNH to 3 600 FT QNH:
    • climb at V2 + 10 to 20 KT;
  • At 3 600 FT QNH:
    • accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed with flaps retraction.

For propeller aircraft:

  • From take-off to 1 600 FT QNH:
    • take-off power;
    • climb at maximum gradient compatible with safety;
    • speed not less than single engine climb speed, nor higher than best rate of climb speed.
  • At 1 600 FT QNH:
    • reduce power to the maximum normal operating power (if this power has been used for showing compliance with the noise certification requirements) or to the maximum climb power;
  • From 1 600 FT QNH to 3 600 FT QNH:
    • climb at the maximum gradients with reduced power, maintaining constant speed;
  • At 3 600 FT QNH:
    • accelerate smoothly to en-route climb speed.

EBLG AD 2.22   Flight Procedures

1   GENERAL
1.1   Aerodrome Minima

Except when authorized by the CAA or in case of emergency, a pilot-in-command shall not take off below the following minima:

  • RWY 05R/23L: 125 M RVR;
  • RWY 05L/23R: 400 M RVR.
2   IFR FLIGHTS (INBOUND)
2.1   General
2.1.1   Radar vectoring

Inbound traffic is radar vectored by Liège APP or Liège TWR, on FREQ 119.275 MHZ or 118.125 MHZ respectively, until the interception of ILS or until the IAF.

2.1.2   Speed Limitations

In the interest of accurate spacing and in order to maintain a smooth and orderly traffic flow, following speed limitations apply:

  • Aircraft being vectored shall reduce speed to 250 KIAS when below FL 100;
  • The holding patterns within Brussels FIR are protected up to 14 000 FT inclusive and shall be entered at or below 170 KIAS by aircraft CAT A/B and at 230 KIAS or below by aircraft CAT C/D;
  • Along the initial approach segments, unless otherwise instructed by ATC, 220 KIAS shall not be exceeded;
  • Along the intermediate and final approach segments 220 KIAS shall be maintained until established on the ILS (unless otherwise instructed by ATC);
  • The OM of RWY 23L or 4 DME from RWY 23R or RWY 05R shall be crossed at 170 KIAS;
  • ATC may request speed adjustments. Pilots are requested to comply with these speed adjustments as promptly as feasible within their own operational constraints. Aircraft unable to comply with the requested speed shall inform and state to ATC what speed shall be used. Application or non-application of the speed restrictions does not relieve the pilot of his responsibility for the observation of any noise abatement procedures;
  • Aircraft unable to maintain 160 KT until base leg for visual approach or 4 NM from THR for instrument approach will not be accepted between 2200 and 0400 (2100 and 0300) ATA, unless prior permission is obtained from ATC.
2.2   Holding Patterns
LIÈGE
FixLGE DVOR/DME
Turn / inbound track (MAG)Left / 044°
Levels (MAX / MNM)FL 50 / 3 000 FT
RemarksNIL
GIREL
FixGIREL
Turn / inbound track (MAG)Left / 315°
Levels (MAX / MNM)FL 140 / FL 60
RemarksAt ATC discretion only
GOSLY
FixGSY DVOR/DME
Turn / inbound track (MAG)Right / 094°
Levels (MAX / MNM)FL 100 / FL 70
RemarksAt ATC discretion only
2.3   Approach Procedures
2.3.1   RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23L
2.3.1.1   Waypoints
IDLATITUDELONGITUDE
IAFLGE503914.35N0052813.70E
IPLAN504657.49N0052501.18E
RERTI505036.42N0053049.87E
OLPUN503917.67N0053933.06E
GIKLI504207.18N0054402.19E
IF23LLIBVA504541.52N0053829.56E
FAF23LL23LF504304.08N0053418.56E
MAPT23LRWY23L503852.68N0052739.15E
MATF23LL23LT503418.97N0052026.00E
2.3.1.2   Path Terminators

Note: These database entries are suggestions only and should be checked by a professional database coder before entry into an active database.

Via IPLAN - RERTI
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)NAV SpecRemarks
1LGEIFNRNP APCHIAF
2IPLANTFN345.2R8.0RNP APCH
3RERTITFN045.2R5.2RNP APCH
4LIBVATFN135.3R+25006.9-200RNP APCHIF
5L23LFTFN225.4@25003.7RNP APCHFAF
6RW23LTFY225.36.0RNP APCHMAPT
7L23LTTFY225.2R6.5-185RNP APCHMATF
8LGEDFN@3000RNP APCH
9LGEHMY225.0L+30001 MINRNP APCH
Via OLPUN - GIKLI
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)NAV SpecRemarks
1LGEIFNRNP APCHIAF
2OLPUNTFN089.5L7.2RNP APCH
3GIKLITFN045.2L4.0RNP APCH
4LIBVATFN315.5L+25005.0-200RNP APCHIF
5L23LFTFN225.4@25003.7RNP APCHFAF
6RW23LTFY225.36.0RNP APCHMAPT
7L23LTTFY225.2R6.5-185RNP APCHMATF
8LGEDFN@3000RNP APCH
9LGEHMY225.0L+30001 MINRNP APCH
2.3.2   RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23R
2.3.2.1   Waypoints
IDLATITUDELONGITUDE
IAFLGE503914.35N0052813.70E
IPLAN504657.49N0052501.18E
RERTI505036.42N0053049.87E
OLPUN503917.67N0053933.06E
GIKLI504207.18N0054402.19E
IF23RLAVTO504546.60N0053821.66E
FAF23RL23RF504259.56N0053355.57E
MAPT23RRWY23R503845.74N0052712.75E
MATF23RL23RT503423.48N0052018.45E
2.3.2.2   Path Terminators

Note: These database entries are suggestions only and should be checked by a professional database coder before entry into an active database.

Via IPLAN - RERTI
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)NAV SpecRemarks
1LGEIFNRNP APCHIAF
2IPLANTFN345.2R8.0RNP APCH
3RERTITFN045.2R5.2RNP APCH
4LAVTOTFN135.3R+25006.8-200RNP APCHIF
5L23RFTFN225.3@25004.0RNP APCHFAF
6RW23RTFY225.36.0RNP APCHMAPT
7L23RTTFY225.2R6.2-185RNP APCHMATF
8LGEDFN@3000RNP APCH
9LGEHMY225.0L+30001 MINRNP APCH
Via OLPUN - GIKLI
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)NAV SpecRemarks
1LGEIFNRNP APCHIAF
2OLPUNTFN089.5L7.2RNP APCH
3GIKLITFN045.2L4.0RNP APCH
4LAVTOTFN315.5L+25005.1-200RNP APCHIF
5L23RFTFN225.3@25004.0RNP APCHFAF
6RW23RTFY225.36.0RNP APCHMAPT
7L23RTTFY225.2R6.2-185RNP APCHMATF
8LGEDFN@3000RNP APCH
9LGEHMY225.0L+30001 MINRNP APCH
2.3.3   RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05L
2.3.3.1   Waypoints
IDLATITUDELONGITUDE
IAFLGE503914.4N0052813.7E
LITPO503605.0N0050958.1E
OSTAT503311.7N0050529.3E
NEPIV502805.3N0052334.5E
EVSEN502450.7N0051831.7E
IF05LMAPUP502904.7N0051156.0E
FAF05LL05LF503239.1N0051733.1E
MAPt05LRW05L503752.60N0052548.51E
MATF05LL05LT504311.2N0053414.7E
2.3.3.2   Path Terminators

Note: The following database entries are suggestions only and should be checked by a professional database coder before entry into an active database.

Via LITPO - OSTAT
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)VPA(°)/TCH
ft
Remarks
1LGEIFN3000+IAF
2LITPOTFN254.93000+12.1
3OSTATTFN224.73000+4.1
4MAPUPTFN135.03000+5.8IF
5L05LFTFN045.0@30005.1FAF
6RW05LTFY045.17.4-3.0°/50MAPt
7L05LTTFY045.27.6185-MATF
8LGEDFNL3000+MAHF
Via NEPIV - EVSEN
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)VPA(°)/TCH
ft
Remarks
1LGEIFN3000+IAF
2NEPIVTFN194.93000+11.6
3EVSENTFN224.93000+4.6
4MAPUPTFN315.23000+6.0IF
5L05LFTFN045.0@30005.1FAF
6RW05LTFY045.17.4-3.0°/50MAPt
7L05LTTFY045.27.6185-MATF
8LGEDFNL3000+MAHF
2.3.4   RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05R
2.3.4.1   Waypoints
IDLATITUDELONGITUDE
IAFLGE503914.4N0052813.7E
LITPO503605.0N0050958.1E
OSTAT503311.7N0050529.3E
NEPIV502805.3N0052334.5E
EVSEN502450.7N0051831.7E
IF05RTUTSO502859.8N0051203.6E
FAF05RL05RF503231.5N0051736.5E
MAPt05RRW05R503743.09N0052548.83E
MATF05RL05RT504306.3N0053422.4E
2.3.4.2   Path Terminators

Note: The following database entries are suggestions only and should be checked by a professional database coder before entry into an active database.

Via LITPO - OSTAT
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)VPA(°)/TCH
ft
Remarks
1LGEIFN3000+IAF
2LITPOTFN254.93000+12.1
3OSTATTFN224.73000+4.1
4TUTSOTFN135.03000+5.9IF
5L05RFTFN045.0@30005.0FAF
6RW05RTFY045.17.4-3.0°/50MAPt
7L05RTTFY045.27.7185-MATF
8LGEDFNL3000+MAHF
Via NEPIV - EVSEN
#IDP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (FT)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KTS)VPA(°)/TCH
ft
Remarks
1LGEIFN3000+IAF
2NEPIVTFN194.93000+11.6
3EVSENTFN224.93000+4.6
4TUTSOTFN315.23000+5.9IF
5L05RFTFN045.0@30005.0FAF
6RW05RTFY045.17.4-3.0°/50MAPt
7L05RTTFY045.27.7185-MATF
8LGEDFNL3000+MAHF
2.3.5   Standard Instrument Arrivals

STAR have been established as shown on the STAR charts (see EBLG AD 2.24) and as listed below. These procedures shall be followed unless instructed otherwise by ATC.

LIÈGE TMA THREE, FOUR AND FIVE NOT ACTIVE
DESIGNATORROUTEMAG TRACKSDIST(NM)MNM IFR LEVELRMK
LNO 3XLNO
293°10.03 000 FT
LGE
GESLO 3XGESLO
339°32.5FL 140
LNO
293°10.03 000 FT
LGE
CIV 4XCIV
072°37.5FL 80
GILOM
101°27.2FL 60
LGE
KOK 4XKOK
102°32.9FL 80
MAK
102°77.4FL 60
LGE
NIK 4XNIK
137°33.4FL 80
GILOM
101°27.2FL 60
LGE
LIÈGE TMA THREE, FOUR AND FIVE ACTIVE (OR AT ATC DISCRETION)
DESIGNATORROUTEMAG TRACKSDIST(NM)MNM IFR LEVELRMK
LNO 3DLNO      
 197°21.0 FL 60
GIREL   
299°19.6FL 60
RUDIX
044°20.0 3 000 FT
LGE
GESLO 3DGESLO
268°7.7FL 140
RITAX
315°14.7FL 60
GIREL
299°19.6FL 60
RUDIX
044°20.03 000 FT
LGE
CIV 4DCIV     
 106°24.4FL 80
GSY   
094°25.4FL 60
RUDIX
044°20.0 3 000 FT
LGE
KOK 4DKOK      
 118° 78.3FL 80
GSY   
 094° 25.4 FL 60
RUDIX    
044°20.0 3 000 FT
LGE
NIK 4DNIK      
 166° 43.8 FL 80
GSY   
 094° 25.4 FL 60
RUDIX    
044°20.0 3 000 FT
LGE
2.4   After Landing

After landing, pilots shall monitor TWR FREQ 118.125 MHZ until reaching their parking position. If requested by ATC, they will change to GND FREQ 121.925 MHZ.

Preferential exit taxiway for RWY 23L is TWY S2 and TWY S4 for RWY 05R. If pilots want to exit the runway via another taxiway, they shall inform ATC about their intentions as soon as applicable and ATC clearances will be issued accordingly.

Pilots shall follow the marshaller instructions to their parking position. In case of doubt regarding their parking position, confirmation can be obtained from ATC on the appropriate frequency.

3   IFR FLIGHTS (OUTBOUND)
3.1   Starting procedures

Pilots shall make sure that they received the appropriate slot-time, if any.

10 MIN before the EOBT, pilots shall request start-up clearance from Liège GND on FREQ 121.925 MHZ.

ATC clearance will only be provided by Liège GND on push-back and taxi request.

3.2   Departure procedures
3.2.1   Standard Instrument Departures

SID have been established as shown on the SID charts (see EBLG AD 2.24) and as listed below. ATC will either issue a SID or specify otherwise the departure route to be flown. Pilots unable to comply shall inform ATC when requesting start-up clearance.

3.2.1.1   Route Description
RWY 05L/R
DESIGNATORROUTE RMK
LNO 7R

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-044 LGE. At 4.1 DME LGE LT to intercept R-102 BUB INBD. At 27 DME BUB LT to intercept R-172 FLO, LT to intercept R-301 SPI INBD. At 4.6 DME SPI LT to intercept R-245 LNO INBD to LNO.

P-RNAV:
RWR05[A1100+]-LG011-LG012[L]-LG013-LG008[K220-;L]-LG009[K220-;L]-LG010[L]-LNO

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

CIV 2R

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-044 LGE. At 4.1 DME LGE LT to intercept R-102 BUB. LT to intercept R-053 CIV INBD to CIV.

P-RNAV:
RWR05[A1100+]-LG011-LG012[L]-LG013-LG008-BUB[L]-CIV.

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

BUB 6R

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-044 LGE. At 4.1 DME LGE LT to intercept R-102 BUB INBD to BUB.

P-RNAV:
RWR05[A1100+]-LG011-LG012[L]-LG013-LG008-BUB.

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

RWY 23L/R
DESIGNATORROUTE RMK
LNO 4E

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-224 LGE. At 4.3 DME LGE RT to intercept R-122 BUB INBD. At 27.5 DME BUB RT direct to LNO.

P-RNAV:
RWL23[A1100+]-LG001[R]-LG002-LG003[K220-;R]-LG006[K220-;R]-LNO

Will be allocated when the airspace S of Liège TMA is not AVBL for CIV OPS

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

LNO 6S

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-224 LGE. At 4.3 DME LGE RT to intercept R-122 BUB INBD. At 27.5 DME BUB LT to intercept R-133 BUB. At 36 DME BUB LT to intercept R-246 LNO INBD to LNO.

P-RNAV:
RWL23[A1100+]-LG001[R]-LG002-LG003[K220-;L]-LG004[K220-;L]-LG005[L]-LNO

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

CIV 2S

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-224 LGE. At 4.3 DME LGE RT to intercept R-122 BUB INBD. LT to intercept R-053 CIV INBD to CIV.

P-RNAV:
RWL23[A1100+]-LG001[R]-LG002-LG003[R]-BUB[L]-CIV

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

BUB 6S

At 1 100 FT QNH intercept R-224 LGE. At 4.3 DME LGE RT to intercept R-122 BUB INBD to BUB.

P-RNAV:
RWL23[A1100+]-LG001[R]-LG002-LG003[R]-BUB

PDG 7% (430 FT/NM) until passing FL 60 due to airspace structure. If unable to comply, advise EBLG DELIVERY prior to start-up.

3.2.1.2   Waypoint Information
RWY 05L/R
IDLatitudeLongitudeFly-over
LG008504909.0N0050844.6EN
LG009504146.6N0050945.6EN
LG010503230.9N0053318.5EN
LG011504129.0N0053147.5EN
LG012504444.5N0053659.1EN
LG013504643.1N0052550.3EN
BUB505408.4N0043217.1EN
CIV503426.3N0034958.4EN
LNO503509.3N0054237.0EN
RWY 23L/R
IDLatitudeLongitudeFly-over
LG001503506.7N0052139.4EN
LG002503812.8N0051227.8EN
LG003504044.7N0050535.8EN
LG004503617.9N0045932.2EN
LG005502743.5N0051519.1EN
LG006504619.4N0051023.9EN
BUB505408.4N0043217.1EN
CIV503426.3N0034958.4EN
LNO503509.3N0054237.0EN
3.2.1.3   Suggested Database Coding

The following database entries are suggestions only and should be checked by a professional database coder before entry into an active database.

LNO 7R
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY05R503743.1N0052548.8ECA045.31100+
2LG011504129.0N0053147.5EDFN
3LG012504444.5N0053659.1ETFN045.3L4.6
4LG013504643.1N0052550.3ETFN285.76000+7.4
5LG008504909.0N0050844.6ETFN282.8L11.1220-
6LG009504146.6N0050945.6ETFN175.0L7.4220-
7LG010503230.9N0053318.5ETFN121.6L17.6
8LNO503509.3N0054237.0ETFN065.96.5
CIV 2R
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY05R503743.1N0052548.8ECA045.31100+
2LG011504129.0N0053147.5EDFN
3LG012504444.5N0053659.1ETFN045.3L4.6
4LG013504643.1N0052550.3ETFN285.76000+7.4
5LG008504909.0N0050844.6ETFN282.811.1
6BUB505408.4N0043217.1ETFN282.4L23.6
7CIV503426.3N0034958.4ETFN234.033.3
BUB 6R
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY05R503743.1N0052548.8ECA045.31100+
2LG011504129.0N0053147.5EDFN
3LG012504444.5N0053659.1ETFN045.3L4.6
4LG013504643.1N0052550.3ETFN285.76000+7.4
5LG008504909.0N0050844.6ETFN282.811.1
6BUB505408.4N0043217.1ETFN282.423.6
LNO 4E
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY23L503852.6N0052739.1ECA225.41100+
2LG001503506.7N0052139.4EDFNR
3LG002503812.8N0051227.8ETFN298.06.6
4LG003504044.7N0050535.8ETFN300.1R6500+5.1220-
5LG006504619.4N0051023.9ETFN028.6R6.4220-
6LNO503509.3N0054237.0ETFN118.423.3
LNO 6S
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY23L503852.6N0052739.1ECA225.41100+
2LG001503506.7N0052139.4EDFNR
3LG002503812.8N0051227.8ETFN298.06.6
4LG003504044.7N0050535.8ETFN300.1L6500+5.1220-
5LG004503617.9N0045932.2ETFN220.9L5.9220-
6LG005502743.5N0051519.1ETFN130.3L13.2
7LNO503509.3N0054237.0ETFN066.718.9
CIV 2S
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY23L503852.6N0052739.1ECA225.41100+
2LG001503506.7N0052139.4EDFNR
3LG002503812.8N0051227.8ETFN298.06.6
4LG003504044.7N0050535.8ETFN300.16500+5.1
5BUB505408.4N0043217.1ETFN302.6L25.0
6CIV503426.3N0034958.4ETFN234.033.3
BUB 6S
#IDLatitudeLongitudeP/TF/OCourse (°T)Turn Dir.ALT (ft)DIST (NM)Speed limit (KIAS)
1RWY23L503852.6N0052739.1ECA225.41100+
2LG001503506.7N0052139.4EDFNR
3LG002503812.8N0051227.8ETFN298.06.6
4LG003504044.7N0050535.8ETFN300.16500+5.1
5BUB505408.4N0043217.1ETFN302.625.0
3.2.1.4   Climb Requirements

All traffic shall initially climb to FL 50 (FL 60 when QNH is below 995 HPA), unless instructed otherwise by ATC. Brussels ACC will assign a higher level as soon as traffic permits.

When Liège TMA Three, Four and Five are not active, aircraft bound for BUB, HUL, SPI or LNO shall leave Liège TMA at 4 500 FT AMSL or above, climbing to the level assigned by Brussels ACC.

4   LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES
4.1   Facilities and Equipment Available
4.1.1   Runways

RWY 23L and 05R are equipped with ILS and are approved for CAT IIIB operations. A minimum of 125 M RVR applies for landing and take-off.

The runway exits are equipped with alternating green and yellow centre line lights within the ILS sensitive areas. Landing aircraft should leave this area as soon as possible.

In order to provide adequate protection of the ILS system, no vehicle or aircraft shall infringe the ILS sensitive areas when an arriving aircraft is within 2 NM from touchdown and has not completed its landing run.

4.1.2   Taxiways

Taxi is restricted to the taxiways equipped with centre line lights. Standard routes are established for departing and arriving aircraft (see chart AD 2.EBLG-GMC.02a for 23L and AD 2.EBLG-GMC.02b for 05R).

A “Follow-me” car will assist pilots during taxi:

23L:

  • upon arrival during taxi from TWY S2 or C0 to the apron when LVP are expected and visibility is less than 1 500 M or ceiling is less than 300 FT;
  • upon departure during taxi from the apron to TWY A5 when RVR is less than 550 M or the ceiling is less than 200 FT.

05R:

  • upon arrival during taxi from TWY S4 (contingency: S5 or S6) to the apron when LVP are expected and visibility is less than 1 500 M or ceiling is less than 300 FT;
  • upon departure during taxi from the apron to TWY A2 or C0 when RVR is less than 550 M or the ceiling is less than 200 FT.
4.1.3   Communications

Pilots will be informed by ATIS or ATC when LVP are in progress. The ATIS message will contain the phrase “LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES IN PROGRESS” and will also provide details of any unavailability of equipment relevant to LVP.

Pilots will be informed by ATC when LVP are terminated.

4.2   Criteria for Initiation and Termination of LVP

The preparation phase will start when visibility falls below 1 500 M and/or ceiling is at or below 300 FT, and CAT II/III operations are expected. The operations phase will start when RVR falls below 550 M or ceiling is below 200 FT.

LVP will be terminated when RVR is 550 M or more and ceiling is 200 FT or higher, and a continuing improvement in these conditions is expected.

The cancellation phase will occur when visibility is 1 500 M, ceiling is 300 FT and both improving.

4.3   Other Information

When LVP are in progress, departing aircraft shall report at the take-off CAT II/III holding position or at any other point when so requested by ATC.

Arriving aircraft shall report:

  • passing the OM (RWY 23L) or 3.9 DME IHH (RWY 05R) on final;
  • when having vacated the sensitive area after landing;
  • when initiating a missed approach.
5   VFR FLIGHTS
5.1   Visual Reporting Points

Following reporting points shall be used to join and leave EBLG or to cross the EBLG CTR:

NameAssociated landmarkPosition
ROMEOintersection motorway E40 (Brussels - Liège) and road N69 (Tongeren - Waremme)504217N 0051736E
INDIAIvoz-Ramet, bridge on dam503530N 0052742E
OSCARintersection roads N63 (Liège - Marche-en-Famenne) and road N663 (Seraing - Tilf)503400N 0053258E
FOXHEchurch of Fexhe-le-haut-Clocher503958N 0052353E

Additional reporting points to be used only at ATC discretion:

NameAssociated landmarkPosition
ECHOintersection motorway E40/E42 and E25504049N 0053934E
WISKYintersection motorway E42 (Liège - Namur) and road N64 (Huy - Hannut)503451N 0051238E
NOVEMintersection motorway E313 (Liège - Antwerpen) and road N79 (Maastricht - Tongeren)504736N 0053151E
SIERASoheit-Tinlot, crossroads on the road N63 (Liège - Marche-en-Famenne)502833N 0052232E

Pilots shall comply with ATC routing instructions. All points are mandatory reporting points.

Standard routings “ROMEO-FOXHE” and “OSCAR-INDIA” are deemed separated from STAR and SID.

5.2   Inbound Traffic

VFR and special VFR flights must be conducted in accordance with the following provisions:

  1. Unless otherwise instructed:
    • Entry from the west and the north: proceed towards ROMEO, then to FOXHE;
    • Entry from the east and the south: proceed towards OSCAR, then to INDIA;
    • FOXHE and INDIA are clearance limit points (HLDG). Upon reaching one of the points, pilots shall perform orbits at 1 500 FT AMSL (HEL 1 300 FT AMSL) unless otherwise instructed by ATC;
  2. MAX ALT:
    • 2 000 FT AMSL at ROMEO and OSCAR when entering the CTR, descending to 1 500 FT AMSL (HEL 1 300 FT AMSL);
    • 1 500 FT AMSL at FOXHE and INDIA (HEL 1 300 FT AMSL);
  3. Aircraft shall join the aerodrome circuit at 1 500 FT AMSL (HEL 1 300 FT AMSL).
5.3   Outbound Traffic

VFR and special VFR flights shall be conducted in accordance with the following provisions:

  1. Unless otherwise instructed:
    • Exit to the west and the north: proceed to FOXHE, then to ROMEO;
    • Exit to the east and the south: proceed to INDIA, then to OSCAR;
  2. MAX ALT:
    • FOXHE and INDIA shall be crossed at 1 500 FT AMSL MAX;
    • MAX ALT to leave the CTR: 2 000 FT AMSL.
5.4   Aerodrome Traffic Circuits

Aerodrome traffic circuits shall be operated continuously in sight of Liège TWR and at an altitude not exceeding 1 500 FT AMSL.

6   HELICOPTER FLIGHTS

NIL

7   RADIO COMMUNICATION FAILURE
7.1   IFR Flight

If an aircraft does not succeed in landing within the 30 MIN normally allowed to make its approach and landing, it must leave the CTR on QDR 255° of ONL at 2 400 FT AMSL and land at the first suitable aerodrome where the MET conditions permit a visual approach and landing.

7.2   VFR Flights
7.2.1   Outside Controlled Airspace

In all cases, the aircraft shall remain outside the controlled airspace.

7.2.2   Within Controlled Airspace But Outside the Aerodrome Traffic Circuit

According to its position from the RWY axis, the aircraft shall leave the controlled airspace by the shortest way:

  1. north of the RWY axis: via visual reporting point ROMEO;
  2. south of the RWY axis: via visual reporting point OSCAR.
7.2.3   Within the Aerodrome Traffic Circuit

A full-stop landing shall be performed.

EBLG AD 2.23  Additional Information

1   AUTOMATIC TERMINAL INFORMATION SERVICE (ATIS)

ATIS broadcast messages serving INBD and OUBD TFC are broadcasted H24 (for FREQ, see EBLG AD 2.18).

They contain the following elements in the order as listed:

ITEMSATISSTART SEQUENCE EXPRESSION
-Name of AD LIÈGELiège...
-Alphabetical designatorINFO (A till Z)Information ... (alfa - zulu)
-time of observationHHMM...
-type of APP to be expectedTYP APCHExpecting vectoring ...
-RWY in use for LDG LDG RWYLDG RWY...
-RWY in use for TKOF TKOF RWYTKOF RWY...
-Braking action

BA (TDZ)

MID

END

Braking action touchdown ...

Mid-point ...

Stop-end ...

-Operational statusOPS STSOperational status ...
-Surface wind, direction and speed including significant variationsWINDWind...
-VIS VISVIS...
-RWY visual range

RVR (RWY)

TDZ / m

MID / m

END / m

RWYvisual range onRWY ...

... touchdown ... / ... metres...

... mid-point ... / ... metres ...

... stop-end ... / ...metres ...

-Present weatherWXPresentweather ...
-BaseBASECloudbase ...
- Air temperatureTTemperature ...
- Dew point temperatureDPDewpoint ...
-Altimeter settingQNHQieu aneitch ...
-Transition levelTLTransition level ...
- Recent weatherRERecent weather ...
-WindshearWSWindshear ...
- Trend type LDG forecastTRENDTrend...
- LVPPLVP in progressLow visibility procedures in progress
- TWY LG closed in case of LVOTWY S3, S4, S5, N1, N3, N4, C1, C3 and C4 not AVBLTWY S3, S4, S5, N1, N3, N4, C1, C3 and C4 not AVBL

When rapidly changing weather conditions make it inadvisable to include a weather report in ATIS broadcast, the MET data are omitted and expressed as follows:

“MET REPORT OMITTED DUE TO RAPID CHANGES”.

The omitted data are AVBL on ATC FREQs.

Pilots are requested to listen to ATIS broadcast prior to the first contact with an ATS unit. Upon establishing communication with the relevant ATS unit, the pilot will acknowledge receipt of ATIS message by using the following expression:

“INFORMATION . . . [alphabetical designator] RECEIVED”.

ATC shall confirm the validity of the alphabetical designator received. If the designator has changed in the mean time, he shall only give the designator valid at that moment.

EBLG AD 2.24  Charts Related to EBLG

AD 2.EBLG-ADC.01Aerodrome Chart - ICAO
AD 2.EBLG-ADC.02Aerodrome Chart - ICAO. Appendix 1: Runway Markings and Lighting Aids
AD 2.EBLG-GMC.01Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO
AD 2.EBLG-GMC.02aAerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO. Appendix 1: Low Visibility Procedures (RWY 23L)
AD 2.EBLG-GMC.02bAerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO. Appendix 2: Low Visibility Procedures (RWY 05R)
AD 2.EBLG-GMC.03Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO. Appendix 3: Ground Movement Responsibilities
AD 2.EBLG-GMC.04Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO. Appendix 4: Hot Spots
AD 2.EBLG-GMC.05Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart - ICAO. Appendix 5: De-icing Area
AD 2.EBLG-AOC.01Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type A (Operating Limitations): RWY 05R/23L
AD 2.EBLG-AOC.02Aerodrome Obstacle Chart. Type A (Operating Limitations): RWY 05L/23R
AD 2.EBLG-PATC.01Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO: RWY 05R
AD 2.EBLG-PATC.02Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO: RWY 23L
AD 2.EBLG-PATC.03Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO: RWY 23R
AD 2.EBLG-ATCSMAC.01ATC Surveillance Minimum Altitude Chart - ICAO
AD 2.EBLG-STAR.01Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument - ICAO: Liège TMA 3, 4 and 5 active
AD 2.EBLG-STAR.02Standard Arrival Chart - Instrument - ICAO: Liège TMA 3, 4 and 5 not active
AD 2.EBLG-SID.01Standard Departure Chart - Instrument - ICAO: RWY 05L/R
AD 2.EBLG-SID.02Standard Departure Chart - Instrument - ICAO: RWY 23L/R
AD 2.EBLG-SID.03Standard Departure Chart - Instrument - ICAO: RWY 05R (P-RNAV Overlay GNSS / DME-DME)
AD 2.EBLG-SID.04Standard Departure Chart - Instrument - ICAO: RWY 23L (P-RNAV Overlay GNSS / DME-DME)
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.01Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: ILS or LOC RWY 23L
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.02Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: VOR RWY 23L
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.03Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: ILS or LOC RWY 23R
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.04Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: ILS or LOC RWY 05R (CAT A-B)
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.05Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: ILS or LOC RWY 05R (CAT C-D)
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.06Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: VOR RWY 05R (CAT A-B)
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.07Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: VOR RWY 05R (CAT C-D)
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.08Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO. RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23L
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.08aInstrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23L. Appendix: FAS Datablock
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.09Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23R
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.09aInstrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 23R. Appendix: FAS Datablock
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.10Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05L
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.10aInstrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05L. Appendix: FAS Datablock
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.11Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05R
AD 2.EBLG-IAC.11aInstrument Approach Chart - ICAO: RNAV (GNSS) RWY 05R. Appendix: FAS Datablock
AD 2.EBLG-VAC.01Visual Approach Chart - ICAO