ENR 3.5  Other Routes

1   FREE ROUTE AIRSPACE

1.1   INTRODUCTION

Free Route Airspace (FRA) is a specified airspace within which users may freely plan direct routes between a defined entry point and a defined exit point, with the possibility to file via intermediate waypoints, without reference to the ATS route network, subject to airspace availability and using the flight level orientation scheme concerned. Within this airspace, flights remain subject to ATC.

The following prerequisites refer to the issuance of ATC clearances by the competent ATC units, which allow the pilots of aircraft in the Brussels FIR/UIR to deviate from established flight procedures and use the shortest possible routes between predefined entry and exit points when flying in or crossing the FIR/UIR. The entry and exit points may be located within the same or different (e.g. adjacent) FIR. This also includes ATC clearances that allow a direct routing through several FIR as long as Brussels FIR/UIR is included.

1.2   PREREQUISITES FOR THE ISSUANCE OF ATC CLEARANCES

ATC clearances as indicated above can only be issued if the following prerequisites are met:

  1. The direct routing to be cleared in the Brussels FIR/UIR shall begin (entry point) and end (exit point) at waypoints in the Brussels FIR/UIR or other FIR, determined for the purpose of defining en-route flight procedures in line with the applicable national legislation and listed in the relevant AIP (ENR 4.3 or ENR 4.4);
  2. The restrictions on the use of waypoints for direct routings, determined by the air navigation service provider responsible for air traffic flow management, including the temporal availability, which can be found in Appendix 4 (DCT limits) of the EUROCONTROL Route Availability Document (RAD) shall be complied with. More details on the RAD can be found in ENR 1.10, § 1.3.3;
  3. The direct routing shall be indicated in item 15 of the flight plan;
  4. The traffic situation must permit the issuance of an ATC clearance for a direct routing in line with the requirements for safe, orderly and expeditious handling of air traffic.

2   MILITARY ROUTES

Rotary WingFixed Wing
Heli15W Tpt AircraftJet Aircraft
GeneralNight flying is allowed in any of following conditions:
  • In controlled airspace
  • Along a network of pre-determined routes
  • In pre-determined areas.
TimingsMon & Tue: night flight possible as per flying window.
Wed – Fri: 15W transport aircraft; others when authorized by COMOPSAIR.
Flight planningFPL to be filed not later than 1100 day of flight.
Fl MDC to share FPL between participating squadrons for awareness.
Pre-determined routesYearly assessedBENE, Falcon and Dark Falcon routes
Route – altitudeNVG: 200FT above highest
obstacle < 1KM
NO NVG: 500FT above highest obstacle < 3KM
NVG: 500FT above highest obstacle < 1NMNO NVG: 1000FT above highest obstacle < 5km1000FT above highest obstacle < 5km
AreasIn NVG only: HTAs + LFA11 +NOTAMIn NVG only: Above LFAs lateral limitsN/A
Areas – altitudeIn NVG only: See ACOT-GID-TRGMST-AOLG-200In NVG only: 500ft above obstacle < 1NMN/A
Airbase – circuit trainingAfter prior coordination with local ATC
Deconfliction during flight
(MIL only)
All flights in uncontrolled airspace:
to check in on “night flight frequency” = 362,35
  • At each reporting point: broadcast callsign, route + direction, reporting point + altitude.
  • When crossing: Heli stay lowest, transport aircraft above, Jet aircraft highest.
Foreign ACFTNot allowed, unless approval from COA
2.1   BENE ROUTES

The BENE routes consist of an integrated system of low flying routes which have been agreed by the Belgian Air Component and Royal Netherlands Air Force and flown by jet Aircraft by night over the Netherlands and Belgium below 4500FT AMSL.

All BENE routes, except BENE THREE and SIX, may be flown by day at VFR levels.

In order to provide awareness, all night flights will be announced by the night flight message sent by Semmerzake ATCC each THU for the next week. Also, a FPL needs to be filed for any night flight not later than 1100 on the day of flight.Fl MDC will:

  • provide Brussels FIC with details on MIL low level night flights activities

  • Coordinate night flights between helicopters and fixed wing Aircraft.

Aircraft which have not been allocated a specific route segment shall avoid these night low flying routes, unless the respective route segment is not activated or the Aircraft is under RIS/RC.

If the pilot cannot maintain the en-route altitude for technical or other reasons, he shall assume the ESA, squawk A/7700 and request immediate ATC assistance.

Radio contact with Belga Information is mandatory for the complete formation throughout the flight, except when crossing controlled airspace.

All altitudes depicted are minimum altitudes, aircraft may fly above the minimum altitude provided that they remain outside controlled airspace.

The BENE routes are depicted on the chart in ENR 6-ENRC.05a.

Note: Only that part of the BENE routes situated within the Brussels FIR is published.

2.1.1   BENE Routes

BENE ONE
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E2000
1a512818.6N 0043949.2E2000
512213.2N 0055154.0E2000
BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E

Note: High level return from Vliehors direct via VKL to BBL can be flown when a flight plan has been filed accordingly.

BENE TWO
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E4000
2a504442.0N 0054116.2E4000
2b502226.4N 0053103.0E3300
2c494324.6N 0053236.0E4000
2d495216.8N 0045552.2E3000
2e501702.4N 0050536.0E4000
2f501646.2N 0041734.8E2300
2g502705.4N 0034520.4E2000
2h505603.0N 0032554.0E2200
2j504957.0N 0025955.8E3000
2k511122.2N 0033325.8E3000
2l511724.0N 0043219.8E3000
2m505820.4N 0052140.8E3000
2n505853.4N 0054223.4E3000
EXIT to Kleine-Brogel - Wildenrath - Volkel510255.8N 0052836.0E3000
BENE TWO SHORT
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
Proceed as BENE TWO till
4202s502855.8N 0053607.8E4000
2t502304.8N 0045950.4E4000
then follow BENE TWO.
BENE THREE
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E4000
3a504615.0N 0051904.2E2000/4000 (*)
3b503012.6N 0035943.2E2000
3c505922.2N 0033625.2E2000
3d511346.8N 0034828.2E2000
512210.8N 0055155.8E2000
BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E
(*) To provide separation between BENE THREE and BENE FOUR.
BENE FOUR
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420GATE504600.0N 0055900.0E4000
4a504442.0N 0054116.2E4000
4b494324.6N 0053236.0E4000
4c501558.2N 0051009.0E4000
4d502020.4N 0044350.4E2000/4000 (*)
4e501758.2N 0041615.0E2000/4000 (*)
4f503004.2N 0034023.4E2000/4000 (*)
4g505344.4N 0032403.6E3000
Boundary511833.6N 0033349.8E2000
(*) To provide separation between BENE THREE and BENE FOUR.
BENE FOUR SHORT
From position 4a
  • proceed via position 502200N 0051200E to position 4d at 4000 FT AMSL
  • then proceed as BENE FOUR.
BENE FIVE
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E2000
5a512718.6N 0044316.8E2000
5b511936.0N 0041255.2E2000
5c504500.0N 0035200.0E2000
5d511600.0N 0032300.0E2000
VKL513924.0N 0054224.0EFL 260
BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E
BENE SIX
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E3000
6a504441.4N 0054117.4E3000
6b503557.0N 0055455.8E3000
6c501759.4N 0060752.8E4000
6d494256.4N 0052150.4E4000
6e500557.0N 0050055.2E4000
6f500748.0N 0043053.4E4000
6g501457.0N 0041155.8E2000
6h503055.2N 0034001.8E2000
6j505401.8N 0031511.4E3000
Boundary511451.6N 0034806.6E3000
5206o510757.0N 0055155.8E1000
6p510255.8N 0052836.0E1000
BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E
BENE SIX SHORT
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
Proceed as BENE SIX till
4206a504441.4N 0054117.4E4000
6a'502246.8N 0050650.4E4000
6g'501841.4N 0040813.2E2000
6h503055.2N 0034001.8E2000
then follow BENE SIX
BENE SIX EBFS
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BFS501428.9N 0043911.4E4000
6g FS501756.9N 0040955.5E2000
6h503055.2N 0034001.8E2000
then proceed as BENE SIX till
4206o505157.0N 0053755.6E3000
6a504441.4N 0054117.4E3000
then proceed as BENE SIX till
4206e500557.0N 0050055.2E4000
BFS501428.9N 0043911.4E
2.1.2    BENE Routes (Belgian Air Component jet aircraft only)
BENE II
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
420BBL511003.6N 0052808.4E2000
2a504442.0N 0054116.2E2600
2b502226.4N 0053103.0E3300
2c494324.6N 0053236.0E2500
2d495216.8N 0045552.2E2700
2e501702.4N 0050536.0E2400
2f501646.2N 0041734.8E2300
2g502705.4N 0034520.4E1600
2h505603.0N 0032554.0E2200
2j504957.0N 0025955.8E2200
2k511122.2N 0033325.8E1700
2l511724.0N 0043219.8E2700
2m505820.4N 0052140.8E2000
2n505853.4N 0054223.4E2000
BENE II SHORT
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionAltitude (FT)
Proceed as BENE TWO till
4202s502855.8N 0053607.8E2300
2t502304.8N 0045950.4E2400
then follow BENE TWO.
FALCON Routes
FALCON Routes

The FALCON routes consist of an integrated system of low flying routes, flown at day or night by Belgian Air Component jet aircraft in IMC or VMC, using two different levels.

FALCON routes may be flown at the first two usable FL in IMC.

For flights in uncontrolled airspace a Terrain Avoidance Plan (TAP) will be applied for each night flight including:

  • Imposed night flight altitudes: Along predetermined routes using NVG: minimum altitude of 1000FT above the highest obstacle within a radius of 5KMof the aircraft as indicated on the Obstacle sheets per leg, avoiding populated areas.
  • Obstacle sheets per respective route;
  • Thorough map study;
  • Emergency Safety Altitude (ESA).

The proposed routes will be flown by daylight on a yearly basis in order to update the Obstacle clearance sheet.

In order to provide awareness, all night flights will be announced by the night flight message sent by Semmerzake ATCC each THU for the next week. Also, a FPL needs to be filed for any night flight not later than 1100 on the day of flight.Fl MDC will:

  • provide Brussels FIC with details on MIL low level night flights activities

  • Coordinate night flights between helicopters and fixed wing Aircraft.

Radio contact with Belga Information is mandatory for the complete formation throughout the flight, except when crossing controlled airspace.

All altitudes depicted are minimum altitudes, aircraft may fly above the minimum altitude provided that they remain outside controlled airspace.

The FALCON routes are depicted on the chart in ENR 6-ENRC.05b.

Note: Only that part of the FALCON routes situated within the Brussels FIR is published..

FALCON ROUTE
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionFL or altitude (FT)
in IMCin VMC
420A510100.0N 0051600.0E3000 and 40003000 and 4000
B502226.4N 0053103.0EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
C494324.6N 0053236.0EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
D495216.8N 0045552.2EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
E501702.4N 0050536.0EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
F501646.2N 0041734.8EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
G502705.4N 0034520.4EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
H505603.0N 0032554.0EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
J504957.0N 0025955.8EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
K511122.2N 0033325.8EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
511400.0N 0035900.0E
(Entry Brussels TMA Three)
4000 and FL 503000 and 4000
511500.0N 0041300.0E
(Entry Brussels TMA Two)
3000 and 40003000 and 4000
L511724.0N 0043219.8E
(Entry Brussels TMA Four)
3000 and 40003000 and 4000
M510400.0N 0050000.0E
(Exit to Kleine-Brogel TMA)
3000 and 40003000 and 4000
FALCON ROUTE SHORT
Speed (KT)Turning pointPositionFL or altitude (FT)
in IMCin VMC
Proceed as FALCON till
420S502855.8N 0053607.8EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
T502304.8N 0045950.4EFL 50 and FL 603000 and 4000
DARK FALCON Routes (Belgian F16 only)

The DARK FALCON routes consist of an integrated system of low flying routes, flown at day or night by Belgian Air Component jet aircraft in VMC only.

For flights in uncontrolled airspace a Terrain Avoidance Plan (TAP) will be applied for each night flight including:

  • Imposed night flight altitudes: Along predetermined routes using NVG: minimum altitude of 1000FT above the highest obstacle within a radius of 5KMof the aircraft as indicated on the Obstacle sheets per leg, avoiding populated areas.
  • Obstacle sheets per respective route;
  • Thorough map study;
  • Emergency Safety Altitude ().

The proposed routes will be flown by daylight on a yearly basis in order to update the Obstacle clearance sheet.

In order to provide awareness, all night flights will be announced by the night flight message sent by Semmerzake ATCC each THU for the next week. Also, a FPL needs to be filed for any night flight not later than 1100 on the day of flight.Fl MDC will:

  • provide Brussels FIC with details on MIL low level night flights activities

  • Coordinate night flights between helicopters and fixed wing Aircraft.

Radio contact with Belga Information is mandatory for the complete formation throughout the flight, except when crossing controlled airspace.

All altitudes depicted are minimum altitudes, aircraft may fly above the minimum altitude provided that they remain outside controlled airspace.

This route can be flown by night with NVG. VMC conditions are mandatory.

Only to be flown clockwise.

The approval of SOF to perform VFR OPS within the CTR is not required to use this particular route when passing inside the CTR.

Climb-outs are allowed from this route (e.g. to reach a TSA…) provided that a pre-coordination is done with Semmerzake ATCC prior take-off.

The DARK FALCON routes are depicted on the chart in ENR 6-ENRC.05c.

Note: Only that part of the FALCON routes situated within the Brussels FIR is published.

DARK FALCON
Speed (KT)Turning pointLandmarkPositionAltitude (FT)
4207AStree5016.5557N 00417.9130E1800
7B Highway exit5027.0422N 00343.7557E1600
7CRoad crossing5032.8103N 00336.2393E1600
7DHighway crossing5104.5163N 00327.0206E1600
7EDocks5108.7643N 00347.4314E1800
7FLoenhout5123.9191N 00438.6253E1400
7GPostel5117.1687N 00511.3622E1700
7HY Canal5105.6429N 00508.2832E1600
7IAirfield5047.3865N 00511.8103E1700
7JCrossing Eghezee5035.5006N 00454.7498E2200
7KHighway exit5019.0992N 00507.7858E2900
7LDam Coo5023.4087N 00552.3129E3400
7MBridge4941.0657N 00530.7939E2400
7NCastle4947.6150N 00503.9759E2500
7ORailroad4959.0288N 00458.6793E2800
7PRailroad5007.8642N 00516.6229E2500
7QY junction5021.8959N 00452.3775E2400
7AStree5016.5557N 00417.9130E
DARK FALCON SHORT NORTH
Speed (KT)Turning pointLandmarkPositionAltitude (FT)
4207AStree5016.5557N 00417.9130E1800
7B Highway exit5027.0422N 00343.7557E1600
7CRoad crossing5032.8103N 00336.2393E1600
7DHighway crossing5104.5163N 00327.0206E1600
7EDocks5108.7643N 00347.4314E1800
7FLoenhout5123.9191N 00438.6253E1400
7GPostel5117.1687N 00511.3622E1700
7HY Canal5105.6429N 00508.2832E1600
7IAirfield5047.3865N 00511.8103E1700
7JCrossing Eghezee5035.5006N 00454.7498E2200
7KHighway exit5019.0992N 00507.7858E2500
7QY junction5021.8959N 00452.3775E
DARK FALCON SHORT SOUTH
Speed (KT)Turning pointLandmarkPositionAltitude (FT)
4207KHighway exit5019.0992N 00507.7858E2900
7LDam Coo5023.4087N 00552.3129E3400
7MBridge4941.0657N 00530.7939E2400
7NCastle4947.6150N 00503.9759E2500
7ORailroad4959.0288N 00458.6793E2800
7PRailroad5007.8642N 00516.6229E2500
7QY junction5021.8959N 00452.3775E
Navigation Routes 15W TPT

A Terrain Avoidance Plan (TAP) will be applied for each night flight including:

  • Imposed night flight altitudes:
    • Along predetermined routes using NVG: minimum altitude of 500FT above the highest obstacle within a radiusof 1NM of the aircraft as indicated on the Obstacle sheets per leg, avoiding populated areas.
    • Along predetermined routes without NVG or outside predetermined routes: minimum altitude of 1000FT above the highest obstacle within a radius of 5KM of the aircraft as indicated on the Obstacle sheets per leg.
    • Above the lateral limits of the LFA Ardennes: Minimum Safety Height to be respected is 500FT above the highest obstacle within a radius of 1NM of the aircraft.
  • Obstacle sheets per respective route;
  • Thorough map study;
  • Emergency Safety Altitude (ESA).

The proposed routes will be flown by daylight on a yearly basis in order to update the obstacle clearance sheet.

In order to provide awareness, all night flights for the next week will be coordinated and announced by the night flight message sent by Semmerzake ATCC each THU for the next week. Also, a Flight Plan needs to be filed for any night flight not later than 1100 on the day of flight.:

Fl MDC will:

  • provide Brussels FIC with details on MIL low level night flights activities;
  • coordinate night flights between helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.

Aircraft which have not been allocated a specific route segment shall avoid these night low flying routes, unless the respective route segment is not activated or the aircraft is under RIS/RC.

If the pilot can not maintain the enroute altitude for technical or other reasons, he shall assume the ESA, squawk A/7700 and request immediate ATC assistance.

Only pre-planned deviations will be allowed:

  • For planned deviations of the routes and corridors an appropriate advance request shall be made to Semmerzake ATCC not later than 24 HR prior take-off. All deviations are subject to approval of Semmerzake ATCC;
  • Upon instruction of Semmerzake ATCC, the proposed TAP shall be aborted and the flight shall be continued at the enroute altitude, ESA or the allocated flight altitude depending on the instructions received.

The 15W Navigation Routes are depicted on the chart in ENR 6-ENRC.05e.

ROUTE 1
Turning pointPositionEmergency
AFI5054.47N00408.33EClimb to ESA
BE0665043.00N00411.20E
BE0685032.40N00414.00E
BE0695029.80N00407.80E
BE0575022.45N00401.87E
BE0715018.60N00408.20E
FSENW5013.10N00423.10E
ROUTE 2
Turning pointPositionEmergency
BUN5107.12N00450.52EClimb to ESA
YANKE5105.64N00508.25E
BE1205100.00N00513.40E
NVG045050.74N00520.32E
BE1645044.70N00541.00E
BE1715014.90N00543.80E
BE1814943.20N00535.50E
BE1364948.60N00500.30E
FNENE5017.10N00453.00E
ROUTE 3
Turning pointPositionEmergency
BE1635051.20N00530.00EClimb to ESA
BEEXS5027.91N00455.01E
FNENE5017.10N00453.00E
ROUTE 4
Turning pointPositionEmergency
AFI5054.47N00408.33EClimb to ESA
BE0365057.40N00334.00E
DIKSM5102.04N00251.89E
NVG Link Routes Belgian Military Helicopters

A Terrain Avoidance Plan (TAP) will be applied for each night flight including:

  • Imposed Night Flight altitudes:
    • Along predetermined routes using NVG: minimum altitude of 200FT above the highest obstacle within a radiusof 1KM of the aircraft as indicated on the Obstacle sheets per leg.
    • Along predetermined routes without NVG or outside predetermined routes: minimum altitude of 500FT above the highest obstacle within a radius of 3KM of the aircraft as indicated on the Obstacle sheets per leg.
    • In the HTAs: at an altitude between GND and 500FT AGL, adapting speed and height in function of the contours and cover of the ground.
  • Obstacle sheets per respective route
  • Thorough map study
  • Minimum Safe Altitude (MSA)

The proposed routes will be flown by daylight on a yearly basis in order to update the Obstacle clearance sheet.

In order to provide awareness, all night flights will be announced by the night flight message sent by Semmerzake ATCC each Thursday for the next week. Also, a Flight Plan needs to be filed for any night flight not later than 1100 on the day of flight. Fl MDC will:

  • Provide Brussels FIC with details on MIL low level night flights activities
  • Coordinate night flights between helicopters and fixed wing aircraft.

aircraft which have not been allocated a specific route segment shall avoid these night low flying routes, unless the respective route segment is not activated or the aircraft is under RIS/.

If the pilot cannot maintain the en-route altitude for technical or other reasons, he shall assume the MSA, squawk A/7700 and request immediate ATC assistance.

Only pre-planned deviations will be allowed:

  • For planned deviations of the routes and corridors an appropriate advance request shall be made to COMOPSAIR not later than 24HR prior take-off. All deviations are subject to approval by COMOPSAIR.

  • Upon instruction of Semmerzake ATCC, the proposed TAP shall be aborted and the flight shall be continued at the en-route altitude, ESA or the allocated flight altitude depending on the instructions received.

The Belgian Military Helicopter NVG Routes are depicted on the chart in ENR 6-ENRC.05d.

To allow maximum training value and to reduce repetitive overflights of the same route, a set of reporting points is established. The link routes are any acceptable combination of routes between those published points. Full priority will be given to night flights planned to follow route BENE TWO (see § 2.1.1 above).

NORTH SECTOR
Reporting pointLandmarkPositionRemark
N1Cheratte504025N 0053916ERoad crossing
N2Tongeren504725N 0053123ERoad crossing
N3Zutendaal505630N 0053400E
N4Remicourt504102N 0051825E
N5Walshoutem504226N 0050427ERoad crossing
N6Sint-Truiden504711N 0051122E
N7Goetsenhoven504632N 0045717E
N8Lummen510002N 0051230ERoad crossing
N9Aarschot505731N 0044919ERoad crossing
N10Schaffen505934N 0050334E
N11Balen Keiheuvel511025N 0051309E
N12Postel511705N 0051111ERoad crossing
N13Weelde512323N 0045720E
N14Heist o/d Berg510421N 0044234ERoad crossing
N15Duffel510532N 0042923E
N16Zoersel511532N 0044507E
N17Entry east512316N 0043435E
N18Entry south511700N 0043129E
N19Entry west511911N 0042525E
N20Helchteren514000N 0052400E
N21Kinrooi510827N 0054416E
N22Lanaken505329N 0053904E
N23Flora505221N 0050800E
SOUTH SECTOR
Reporting pointLandmarkPositionRemark
S1Villers-le-Bouillet503431N 0051219ERoad crossing
S2Marche-les-Dames512901N 0045732E
S3Namur Suarlée502910N 0044605E
S4Gembloux503403N 0044206E
S5Ivoi502230N 0045548E
S6Sovet501707N 0050215E
S7Tinlot502828N 0052223ERoad crossing
S8Spa502834N 0055422E
S9Manhay501720N 0054008E
S10Marche-en-Famenne501407N 0052101ERoad crossing
S11Saint-Hubert500202N 0052614E
S12Bastogne500018N 0054100ERoad crossing
S13Bertrix495318N 0051316E
S14Stockem494035N 0054625E
S15Agimont501000N 0044734E
S16Rance500824N 0041627E
WEST SECTOR
Reporting pointLandmarkPositionRemark
W1Stekene511326N 0040313ERoad crossing
W2Zele510405N 0040210E
W3Wetteren505820N 0034922ERoad crossing
W4Overboelare504428N 0035115E
W5Amougies504413N 0032906E
W6Moorsele505106N 0030830E
W7Ursel510823N 0032819E
W8Leers-et-Fosteau501800N 0041500E
W9Carrefours Mons502318N 0035800E
W10Lion de Waterloo504029N 0042414E

For safety and de-confliction reasons only the following route based on a set combination of points can be flown Night VFR assisted by :

All routes may be flown clockwise and counter-clockwise.

Night VFR assisted by
West 1 - 22West 1 - 04 North 1 - 22North 1 - 04South 1 - 22South 1 - 04
Turning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSL
EBBEEBBEEBBEEBBEEBBEEBBE
BIERB.900GAST.900BIERB.900HOEG.900LONG.900HOEG.900
N14800W101300N14800N23800S41400N23800
W2800W41500N16700N8800S31400N21000
W4900W2900N13700N11900S21700N11300
W101500N14800N12600N12900S71600S71900
GAST.1300BIERB.800N11900N13600N11900S21600
EBBE900EBBE900N8900N16700N21300S31700
EET: 0100
MSA: 1500 FT
EET: 0100
MSA: 1500 FT
N23800N14700N231000S41400
HOEG.800BIERB.800HOEG.800LONG.1400
EBBE900EBBE900EBBE900EBBE900
EET: 0100
MSA: 900 FT
EET: 0100
MSA: 900 FT
EET: 0100
MSA: 1900 FT
EET: 0100
MSA: 1900 FT
Night VFR assisted by
West 2 - 22West 2 - 04 North 2 - 22North 2 - 04South 2 - 22South 2 - 04
Turning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSL
EBBEEBBEEBBEEBBEEBBEEBBE
BIERB.900GAST.900BIERB.900HOEG.900LONG.900HOEG.900
N14800W101300N14800N23800S41400N23800
W2800W41500N16700N21000S151900N21000
W7800W51100N181100N31300EBFS D1900N11300
W5900W7900N191000N211300S132000S92600
W41100W2800N171100N12900S112400S112600
W101500N14800N131100N13600S92600S132400
GAST.1300BIERB.800N12600N171100N12600EBFS D2000
EBBE900EBBE900N21900N191100N21300S151900
EET: 0130
MSA: 1500 FT
EET: 0130
MSA: 1500 FT
N31300N181000N231000S41900
N21300N161100HOEG.800LONG.1400
N231000N14700EBBE900EBBE900
HOEG.800BIERB.800EET: 0130
MSA: 2600 FT
EET: 0130
MSA: 2600 FT
EBBE900EBBE900
EET: 0130
MSA: 1300 FT
EET: 0130
MSA: 1300 FT
Night VFR assisted by
West 3 - 22West 3 - 04
Turning PointFT AMSLTurning PointFT AMSL
EBBEEBBE
BIERB.900GAST.900
N14800W101300
N18900W91300
N191000W61100
W11000W7800
W7800W1800
W6800N191000
W91100N181000
W101300N14900
GAST.1300BIERB.800
EBBE900EBBE900
EET: 0145
MSA: 1500 FT
EET: 0145
MSA: 1500 FT
2.5   TACAN ROUTES

Note: State aircraft traffic between Belgium, Luxembourg and France along TACAN routes must be transferred as GAT flights. Following rules apply:
- OAT flying on TG1 will be routed to France via DIK on UA242 and becomes GAT from intersection of TG-1 and UA24.
- State aircraft traffic transiting Luxembourg and south of Belgium will be routed as GAT on UR110 via NTM, LUX, MMD and vice versa.

Route designator
{RNP type}
[Route usage notes]
 Significant point nameSignificant point coordinates Remarks
{RNP type}Initial Track MAG
Great circle DIST
Upper limit
Lower limit
FL seriesControlling unit
{Airspace class}
Remarks
Route remarks:

Control unit: Semmerzake ATCC.

(1) Route closed when TSA26A is active.

Point/segment remarks:

(2) For continuation see AIP Germany.

TG1

Route availability:

(1) HX

Koksy TACAN (KOK)510541N 0023906E  
  
123
305
92.0 NM
UNL
FL 260
Odd(1) Even(1)

{class C}

Florennes TACAN (BFS)501429N 0043912E  
  
100
281
58.2 NM
UNL
FL 260
Odd(1) Even(1)

{class C}

(2)
NTM16 Brussels UIR / Rhein UIR500405N 0060726E  
Route designator
{RNP type}
[Route usage notes]
 Significant point nameSignificant point coordinates Remarks
{RNP type}Initial Track MAG
Great circle DIST
Upper limit
Lower limit
FL seriesControlling unit
{Airspace class}
Remarks
Route remarks:

Control unit: Semmerzake ATCC.

Point/segment remarks:

(2) Minimum IFR cruising level FL 270.

(3) For continuation see AIP United Kingdom.

TL4

Route availability:

(1) HX

NPT London UIR / Brussels UIR512941N 0020000E (3)
  
134
314
34.4 NM
UNL
FL 260
Odd(1) Even(1)

{class C}

(2)
Koksy TACAN (KOK)510541N 0023906E