WMKK  —  KL INTERNATIONAL / SEPANG

WMKK  AD 2.1   AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

WMKK  —  KL INTERNATIONAL / SEPANG

WMKK  AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

024436N 1014153E

Site: RWY 14R threshold centerline

2

Direction and distance from (city)

Bearing 180°/43KM from Kuala Lumpur.
3

Elevation/Reference temperature

21.15M (69FT) / 32° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -2.11 M
5

MAG VAR/Annual change

West (2016) / 0.009° decreasing
6

AD operator, address, telephone, telefax, e-mail address, AFS and website address

Operator:

Post:

MALAYSIA AIRPORTS (SEPANG) SDN. BHD.
4th Floor, Airport Management Centre,
KL International Airport,

64000 KLIA, Sepang,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
Malaysia

Tel:  +603 - 87769106

Fax:  +603 - 89265012

ATC Services:

Post:

Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia,
Air Traffic Control Tower Complex,
KL International Airport,
64000 KLIA Sepang
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia

Tel:  +603 - 87784000 (General Office)

Tel:  +603 - 87784080 (ATC Tower East)

Tel:  +603 - 87784183 (ATC Tower West)

Tel:  +603 - 87784100
+603 - 87784101 (NOF and ARO)

Fax:  +603 - 87784011 (General Office)

Fax:  +603 - 87784022 (ATC Tower)

Fax:  +603 - 87784104 (NOF and ARO)

AFS:  WMKKZTZX

7

Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR category: Approved international and domestic flights.

VFR category: Approved helicopter operations.

8

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1

AD Operator

H 24

2

Customs and immigration

H 24

3

Health and sanitation

H 24

4

AIS Briefing Office

H 24

5

ATS Reporting Office (ARO)

H 24

6

MET Briefing Office

H 24

7

ATS

H 24

8

Fuelling

PETRONAS Refuelling

SHELL Refuelling

PETRON Aviation Refuelling

:H24

:H24

:H24

9

Handling

Prior arrangement.

 
10

Security

H 24

11

De-icing

-
12

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1

Cargo-handling facilities

Forklift max 6 tonnes. Up to 20 tonnes handling capability

2

Fuel/oil types

Jet A1, AVGAS

3

Fuelling facilities/capacity

Hydrant refuelling

4

De-icing facilities

-
5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

(a) Malaysia Airlines Berhad Hangar 5 : (2 x B737 and 2 x B747)

(b) Malaysia Airlines Berhad Hangar 6 : (2 x A380)

(c) SAE Hangar 01 : (2 x A330 or 4 x A320 or 4 x B737)

(d) SAE Hangar 02 : (3 x A320 or 4 x ATR)

(e) Air Asia Hangar : (1 x A320)

6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Commercial aircraft up to and including Code F Aircraft.
7

Remarks

Handling services available H24 & by prior arrangement with the aerodrome administration.

WMKK  AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1

Hotels

At the airport and in the City.

2

Restaurants

At the airport and in the City.

3

Transportation

Trains, buses, taxis and car for hire from the Airport.

4

Medical facilities

First aid at the Airport. Hospitals in the City

5

Bank and Post Office

At Airport. Open within Airport HR.

6

Tourist Office

At the Terminal Building.

7

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1

AD category for fire fighting

CAT 10

2

Rescue equipment

Adequately provided as recommended by ICAO.

3

Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

Lifting bags and hydraulic jacks AVBL up to and including B747- 400.

4

Remarks

a. All Airport Fire & Rescue Service (AFRS) personnel are trained in
rescue and fire-fighting as well medical first-aid.

b. AFRS response time to WTN is not exceeding 4 minutes.

WMKK  AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1

Types of clearing equipment

-

2

Clearance priorities

-

3

Remarks

-

WMKK  AD 2.8  APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS/POSITIONS DATA

1a

Apron surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32R and 14R/32L)

Surface:

Strength:

Concrete

PCN 90/R/C/W/T

1b

Apron surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14R/32L and 15/33)

Apron

J1 till J17, J2 till J22, K2 till K18, K1 till K13, P1 till P21 and Q1 till Q21

K20 till K24, P2 till P12, Q2 till Q18

Surface

Asphalt

Asphalt

Strength

PCN 97/F/D/X/T

PCN 114/F/D/X/T

2a

Taxiway width, surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32R and 14R/32L)

Width:

25 M

Surface:

Asphalt

Strength:

PCN 100/F/A/W/T

Remark

TWY A10 and A11
PCN 90/R/B/W/T

2b

Taxiway width, surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14R/32L and 15/33)

TWY

U1, U2, U3, U4, U8 and U9

U5, U6 and U7

Width

18M

25M

Surface

Asphalt

Asphalt

Strength

PCN 97/F/D/X/T

PCN 114/F/D/X/T

3

Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Elevation and geo position. Shown on the Aircraft Parking and Docking Charts.

4

VOR checkpoints

NIL

5

INS checkpoints

-
6

Remarks

  1. Pilots are advised of heavy vehicle crossing on TWY U5 and U6.

WMKK  AD 2.9  SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1

Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft stands

Taxiing guidance signs at all intersections with TWY and RWY and at all holding positions.

Guide lines at apron.

Nose - in guidance at aircraft stands.

2

RWY and TWY markings and LGT

RWY: Runway designation, THR, TDZ, Aiming Point, Centre line, Edge, Runway end as appropriate, marked and lighted.

TWY: Centre line, Edge, holding positions at all TWY/RWY intersections, marked and lighted.

3a

Stop bars

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32R and 14R/32L)

Stop bars on all RWY / TWY intersections.
3b

Stop bars

(WI the areas of RWY 14R/32L and 15/33)

Stop bars on all RWY / TWY intersections and Supplementary Stop bars provided at TWY Q5, Q6 and Q7 located 250M from RWY Center Line.

4

Remarks

Surface movement surveillance radar in use.

WMKK  AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

In approach/TKOF areas

In circling area and at AD

Remarks

123

RWY NR/Area affected

Obstacle type

Elevation

Markings/LGT

Coordinates

Obstacle type

Elevation

Markings/LGT

Coordinates

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14R/APCH

32L/TKOF

LOC ANTENNAS:

19.83 M

Red/Red obstruction lights

024443.7N 1014147.4E

GLIDE PATH AERIAL 27.8M

Red/white

Red obstruction lights

024425.6N 1014154.8E

NIL

 

TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER 1 :

202.76 FT AMSL

Marked and lighted

024552.1N 1014151.9E

Illuminated WDI 22.60M

024432.1N 1014158.7E
 
 

TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER 2 :

202.76 FT AMSL

Marked and lighted

024550.0N 1014151.2E
   

32L/APCH

14R/TKOF

LOC ANTENNAS

15.46 M

Red/Red obstruction lights

024241.22N 1014309.48E

GLIDE PATH AERIAL 26.63M

Red/white

Red obstruction lights

024253.83N 1014256.54E

NIL

AWOS NO.7 22.3M

024254.7N 1014255.5E
Illuminated WDI 20.95M
024256.2N 1014255.9E
AWOS NO.8 22.1M
024339.7N 1014225.6E

HILL - BUKIT LADA 110.048M AMSL

Red obstruction lights

024232.7N 1014356.6E
AWOS NO.9 23.5M
024424.2N 1014155.8E

HILL - BUKIT SUNGAI LANAU 100.890M AMSL

Red obstruction lights

024158.1N 1014304.7E
  

POWER PLANT - 15KM South of THR RWY 32 525FT AMSL

Marked and lighted at night.

023524.6N 1014327.9E

14L/APCH

32R/TKOF

LOC ANTENNAS

19.23M

Red/Red obstruction lights

024648.7N 1014202.5E

GLIDE PATH AERIAL 29.60M

Red/white

Red obstruction lights

024636.6N 1014215.3E

NIL

AWOS NO.2 24.9M
024635.0N 1014216.4E

Illuminated WDI 23.65M

024638.9N 1014215.8E
AWOS NO.3 25.3M
024550.5N 1014245.7E

CONTROL TOWER 141.45M

Red obstruction lights

024525.5N 1014208.8E
AWOS NO.4 27.6M
024506.0N 1014316.1E

RADAR SENSOR 69.8M

Red obstruction lights

024630.0N 1014124.0E

TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER 1:

202.76 FT AMSL

Marked and lighted

024552.1N 1014151.9E
  

TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER 2 :

202.76 FT AMSL

Marked and lighted

024550.0N 1014151.2E
  

32R/APCH

14L/TKOF

LOC ANTENNAS 25.02M

Red/Red obstruction lights

024445.0N 1014325.3E

GLIDE PATH AERIAL

33.21 M

Red/white

Red obstruction light

024504.87N 1014316.8E

NIL

  Illuminated WDI 26.56M
024457.9N 1014313.4E
   TELECOMMUNICATION TOWER 182.88 M
024826.19N 1014440.41E
15/APCH
33/TKOF


LOC ANTENNAS 11.7M
024411.0N 1014021.7E
GP AERIAL 23.7M
Red/White
Red obstruction light
024408.0N 1014042.1E
Western side of RWY 15/33 and behind the two GP aerials line.
   ILLUMINATED WDI 15.5M
024414.5N 1014045.1E
AWOS NO.13 11.2M
024408.1N 1014135.8E
KLIA CONTROL TOWER WEST 146.9M AMSL. Red obstruction lights
024445.7N 1014105.0E
AWOS No. 14
024407.8N
1014041.5E
Multilateration Surveillance System (MSS) Sensors Antennas: 
AWOS NO.15 11.2M
024413.7N 1014021.0E
GS45 - 23.7 M
024407.5N 1014041.1E
   GS46 - 18.7M
024328.5N 1014106.3E
   GS47 - 18.7M
024258.6N 1014126.5E
   GS48 - 18.7M
024224.1N 1014148.5E

33/APCH 15/TKOF
LOC ANTENNAS 11.7M
024411.0N 1014250.1E
GP AERIAL 23.7M Red/White Red obstruction lights
024237.2N 1014143.0E
NIL
AWOS NO.11 11.2M
024413.7N 1014250.6E
ILLUMINATED WDI 15.5M
024238.4N 1014141.3E
AWOS NO.12 11.2M
024407.79N 1014230.18E
HILL - BUKIT LADA 110.0M AMSL
Red obstruction lights
024232.7N 1014356.6E
   HILL - BUKIT SUNGAI LANAU 100.9M MSL
Red obstruction lights
024158.1N 1014304.7E

WMKK  AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1

Associated MET Office

AMO KLIA

2

Hours of service

MET Office outside hours

H 24

3

Office responsible for TAF preparation

Periods of validity

AMO KLIA

30HR (0006 0612 1218 1824)

4

Trend forecast

Interval of issuance

TREND
Half hourly

5

Briefing/consultation provided

Provided

6

Flight documentation

Language(s) used

Charts, Tabular Form and Abbreviated Plain Language Text

English

7

Charts and other information available for briefing or consultation

Flight Level Wind/Temp FL050, FL100, FL140, FL180, FL240, FL270, FL300, FL320, FL340, FL360, FL390, FL410, FL450 and FL530, SIGWX, Volcanic Ash/Tropical Cyclone Advisory Bulletin, SIGMET, AIRMET, Aerodrome Warning, Wind Shear Warning, METAR Bulletin, TAFOR Bulletin, WMKK Take-Off Data, Area QNH for Kuala Lumpur FIR and Kota Kinabalu FIR, Radar and Satellite Pictures.

8

Supplementary equipment available for providing information

Doppler Weather Radar and Aviation Self-Briefing Terminal - ABT (Internet)

9

ATS units provided with information

KLIA APP/TWR, Subang ACC/RCC

10

Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

Tel:  +603 - 87872388

Fax:  +603 - 87871020 / +603 - 87871019

WMKK  AD 2.12  RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations

RWY NR

TRUE &
MAG BRG

Dimensions of RWY(M)

Strength (PCN) and surface of RWY and SWY

THR coordinates

RWY end coordinates

THR geoid undulation

THR elevation and highest elevation of TDZ of precision APP RWY
123456

14R

146°T 4000 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 241M Concrete

100/F/C/W/T - 3519M Asphalt

240 M Concrete

THR coordinates

024436N 1014153E

RWY end coordinates

024248N 1014305E

THR geoid undulation

-1.489 M

THR:16.50M

TDZ:16.50M

32L 326°T 4000 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 240M Concrete

100/F/C/W/T - 3519M Asphalt

241 M Concrete

THR coordinates

024248N 1014305E

RWY end coordinates

024436N 1014153E

THR geoid undulation

-1.375 M

THR:14.50M

TDZ:14.50M

14L

146°T

4019 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 241M Concrete

100/F/C/W/T -3537M Asphalt

241 M Concrete

THR coordinates

024643N 1014207E

RWY end coordinates

024454N 1014319E

THR geoid undulation

-1.535 M

THR:16.60M

TDZ:16.60M

32R

326°T

4019 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 241M Concrete

100/F/C/W/T -3537M Asphalt

241 M Concrete

THR coordinates

024454N 1014319E

RWY end coordinates

024643N 1014207E

THR geoid undulation

-1.411 M

THR:21.15M

TDZ:21.15M

15

146°T

3960 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 550M Concrete

100/F/C/W/T - 3410M Asphalt

THR coordinates

024418N 1014039E

RWY end coordinates

024231N 1014151E

THR geoid undulation

-1.613 M

THR:8.65M

TDZ:8.69M

33

326°T

3960 x 60

100/F/C/W/T - 3410M Asphalt

90 R/C/W/T - 550M Concrete

THR coordinates

024231N 1014151E

RWY end coordinates

024418N 1014039E

THR geoid undulation

-1.492 M

THR:8.68M

TDZ:8.71M

Slope of RWY-RESA

SWY dimensions (M)

CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZRemarks
789101112

0.05%

NIL

NIL

4120 x 300

Provided

RESA RWY 14R:

120 M x 120M

0.05%

NIL

NIL

4120 x 300

Provided

RESA RWY 32L:

176 M x 120M

0.12%

NIL

NIL

4139 x 300

Provided

RESA RWY 14L:

225 M x 120M

0.12%

NIL

NIL

4139 x 300

Provided

RESA RWY 32R:

120 M x 120M

0.00%

NIL

NIL

4080 x 300

Provided

RESA RWY 15:

240M X 120M

0.00%

NIL

NIL

4080 x 300

Provided

RESA RWY 33:

240M X 120M

WMKK  AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY designator

FROM

TORA (M)

TODA (M)

ASDA (M)

LDA (M)

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

14L

THRESHOLD

4019

4019

4019

4019

NIL

TWY A2

3604

3604

3604

-

NIL

TWY A3

2832

2832

2832

-

NIL

TWY A4

2520

2520

2520

-

NIL

TWY A5

2070

2070

2070

-

NIL

32R

THRESHOLD

4019

4019

4019

4019

NIL

TWY A10

3954

3954

3954

-

NIL

TWY A9

3634

3634

3634

-

NIL

TWY A8

2887

2887

2887

-

NIL

TWY A7

2574

2574

2574

-

NIL

TWY A6

2065

2065

2065

-

NIL

14R

THRESHOLD

4000 4000 4000 4000

NIL

TWY C2

3887

3887

3887

-

NIL

TWY P2

3839

3839

3839

-

NIL

TWY C3

3566

3566

3566

-

NIL

TWY P3

3519

3519

3519

-

NIL

TWY P4

3030

3030

3030

-

NIL

TWY C4

2820

2820

2820

-

NIL

TWY C5

2507

2507

2507

-

NIL

TWY C6

2050

2050

2050

-

NIL

32L

THRESHOLD

4000

4000

4000

4000

NIL

TWY C10

3585

3585

3585

-

NIL

TWY C9

2812

2812

2812

-

NIL

TWY C8

2500

2500

2500

-

NIL

TWY C7

2048

2048

2048

-

NIL

15

THRESHOLD

3960

3960

3960

3960

NIL

TWY Y2

350535053505 -

NIL

TWY Y3

3400

3400

3400

-

NIL

TWY Y4

2630

2630

2630

-

NIL

TWY Y5

2180

2180

2180

-

NIL

33

THRESHOLD

3960

3960 3960 3960

NIL

TWY Y8

3827

3827

3827

-

NIL

TWY Y7

2632

2632

2632

-

NIL

TWY Y6

2182

2182

2182

-

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.14  APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY Designator

APCH LGT

type

LEN INTST

THR LGT

colour

WBAR

VASIS

(MEHT)

PAPI

TDZ, LGT

LEN

RWY Centre Line LGT

Length, spacing,

colour,

INTST

RWY edge LGT

LEN, spacing,

colour

INTST

RWY End LGT

colour

WBAR

SWY LGT

LEN (M)

colour

Remarks

12345678910
14L

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900M to 300M

Green/Green

PAPI

LEFT/RIGHT

19.5 M/ 64.0FT

900

4019M,

15M,

Variable White:
0 - 3119M,

Red/Variable White:
3119M - 3719M,

Red:
3719M - 4019M,

LIH

4019M,

60M,

Variable White:
0 - 3419M,

Yellow:
3419M - 4019M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

32R

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900M to 300M

Green / Green

PAPI

LEFT/RIGHT

19.3 M/ 63.3FT

900

4019M,

15M,

Variable White:
0 -3119M

Red/Variable White:
3119M - 3719M

Red:
3719M - 4019M

LIH

4019M,

60M,

Variable White:
0 -3419M,

Yellow:
3419M - 4019M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

14R

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900M to 300M

Green/

NIL

PAPI

LEFT

20.2 M/ 66.3FT

900

4000M,

15M,

Variable White:
0 - 3100M,

Red/Variable White:
3100M - 3700M,

Red:
3700M - 4000M,

LIH

4000M,

60M,

Variable White:
0 - 3400M,

Yellow:
3400M - 4000M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

32L

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900M to 300M

Green / Green

PAPI

LEFT/RIGHT

18.8 M/ 61.7FT

900

4000M,

15M,

Variable White:
0 - 3100M,

Red/Variable White:
3100M - 3700M,

Red:
3700M - 4000M,

LIH

4000M,

60M,

Variable White:
0 - 3400M,

Yellow:
3400M - 4000M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

15

CAT1

900 M

LIH

Green / Green

PAPI

RIGHT

19.0 M/62.3FT

NIL

3960M,

15M,

Variable White:
0 - 3060M,

Red/Variable White:
3060M - 3660M,

Red:
3660M - 3960M,

LIH

3960M,

60M,

Variable White:
0 - 3360M,

Yellow:
3360M - 3960M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

33

CAT1

900 M

LIH

Green / Green

PAPI

LEFT

19.0 M/ 62.3FT

NIL

3960M,

15M,

Variable White:
0 - 3060M,

Red/Variable White:
3060M - 3660M,

Red:
3660M - 3960M,

LIH

3960M,

60M,

Variable White:
0 - 3360M,

Yellow:
3360M - 3960M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1

ABN/IBN location, characteristics and operational hours

NIL

2

LDI location and LGT

Anemometer location and LGT

LDI: NIL

Illuminated Wind Direction Indicator (Illuminated WDI).

14L: 345M from THR at Left; Lighted

32R: 200M from THR at Left; Lighted

14R: 200M from THR at left; Lighted

32L: 310M from THR at Left; Lighted

15:185M from THR at Left; Lighted.

33:400M from THR at Left; Lighted.

3

TWY edge and centre line lighting

Edge: At all TWY curves and fillets

Centre Line: At all TWY.

4a

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

RWY 1 = RWY 14L/32R

RWY 2 = RWY 14R/32L

Secondary power supply to all lightings:

Switch over time:

1 sec - Inner 300M of the Approach Lighting System, Runway Threshold, Runway End, Runway Center Line, Runway Touchdown Zone, All Stop Bars.

15 sec - Essential Taxiway, Other parts of the Approach Lighting System, Obstacle, Runway Edge.

4b

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

RWY 3 = RWY 15/33

Secondary power supply to all lightings:

15 sec - Approach Lighting System, Runway Edge, Runway Threshold, Runway End, Essential Taxiway, Obstacles and Visual Approach Slope Indicators.

5

Remarks

Intermediate Holding Position: At all TWY intersections.

WMKK  AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

Geoid undulation

024550.68N 1014204.20E
2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FT

22.10M/72.51FT.

3

TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking

Rectangle, 30M x 30M, Asphalt, 30 Tonnes

White edges and white letter H

4

True BRG of FATO

True North Bearing - 61 45 00 from ARG X-axis

Magnetic Bearing - 10.69 min West of True North.

5

Declared distance available

NIL

6

APP and FATO lighting

NIL

7

KLIA Emergency Response Helicopter Landing Zones (restricted use)

Refer to WMKK AD 2.24

8

Remarks

Ground taxi to apron

WMKK  AD 2.17  ATS AIRSPACE

1

Designation and lateral limits

KUALA LUMPUR CTR

Semi circle of 15NM radius centred on Kuala Lumpur (VKL) DVOR/DME (024328N 1014417E) fm 024450N 1015913E clockwise to 023709N 1013041E then a straight line to 030134N 1011921E then a semicircle of 15NM radius centred on SAAS Subang ARP (030752N 1013253E) clockwise to 032245N 1013454E then a straight line to 032133N 1014406E then a semi circle of 15NM radius centred on Simpang ARP (030641N 1014209E) clockwise to 030803N 1015706E then a straight line to 024450N 1015913E.

2

Vertical limits

SFC to 3500FT ALT

3

Airspace classification

Class C (except for WMR 418/236 which is G)

4

ATS unit call sign

Language(s)

Lumpur Departure, Lumpur Radar.

Lumpur Tower.

English

5

Transition altitude

11000 FT ALT
6

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.18  ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation

Call sign

Frequency

Hours of operation

Remarks

12345
APP LUMPUR RADAR

118.650 MHZ

121.250 MHZ

124.200 MHZ

125.850 MHZ

H24 -
APP LUMPUR RADAR

119.450 MHZ

120.350 MHZ

124.650 MHZ

125.100 MHZ

135.750 MHZ

-
APP LUMPUR DEPARTURE 135.250 MHZ -
AERODROME CONTROL LUMPUR TOWER

118.800 MHZ

RWY 14L/32R
AERODROME CONTROL LUMPUR TOWER

118.500 MHZ

RWY 14R/32L
AERODROME CONTROL LUMPUR TOWER 119.800 MHZ RWY 15/33
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

121.650 MHZ

TWY A including taxiways A1 to A11
TWY B including taxiways B5 to B13

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

121.800 MHZ

TWY C including taxiways C1 to C11
TWY D including taxiways D1 to D13
TWY E including taxiways E1 to E5
TWY K between taxiways E and D
TWY F between taxiways F6 and D
TWY G between taxiways F6 and D
TWY F6, T6 between taxiways F and T7
TWY T7 between taxiways D and T6
TWY T13 and the VVIP Apron

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

122.525 MHZ

TWY P including taxiways P1 to P4
TWY Q including taxiways Q1 to Q7

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

118.050 MHZ

TWY Y including taxiways Y1 to Y9
TWY Z including taxiways Z1 to Z8

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 122.150 MHZ TWY T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T8, T9 and T12
TWY T6 between taxiways T7 and T9
TWY T7 between taxiways T5 and T6
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

122.850 MHZ

TWY F between taxiways B and F6
TWY G between taxiways B and F6
TWY S1, S6, S7, S8, S10, F1, F2, F3, F4 and F5

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

122.275 MHZ

TWY H
TWY S2, S3, S4, S5 and S9

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

123.250 MHZ

TWY A between A11 and B14
TWY B between B13 and N2
TWY B14
TWY L, N1 and N2
TWY K between B and E
TWY H3 and H5

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

121.725 MHZ

TAXILANE U1, U2, U7, U8 and U9

SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

122.550 MHZ

 

TWY U3 including taxiways U3A to U3F
TWY U4

SURFACE MOVEMENT GROUND LUMPUR GROUND

130.75 MHZ

 

TWY U5 including taxiways U5A to U5D

TWY U6

ACD LUMPUR DELIVERY

126.000 MHZ

H24

Airways clearance, SSR Code allocation and departure slot time for:

i) Flight to WSSS, WSSL and WIDD.
II) Flight to a destination beyond WMKK FIR via the following ATS Routes and Exit Waypoints:

- R208 (IGARI)
- A334 (PASVA)
- M626 (KADAX)
- M644 (ABTOK)
- M751 (GOLUD)
- VPK / M771 (DUDIS)
- VPK / L625 (AKMON)
- VPK / N884 (LUXOR)
- VPK / M758 (IDSEL)
- VPK / M761 (KETOD)
- A464 (ARAMA)
- SUKRI / B470 (ANITO)
- SUKRI / M635 (SURGA)
- SUKRI / M774 (KADAR)

ACD LUMPUR DELIVERY 128.15 MHZ Airways clearance, SSR Code allocation and departure slot time for:

i. All domestic flight within Peninsular Malaysia.
ii. Flight to Subang (WMSA) and Training Area.
iii. Flight to a destination beyond WMKK FIR via the following ATS Routes and Exit Waypoints:

- Y501 (RIGTO)
- Y502 (DUBAX)
- A457 (TAMOS)
- R461 (PUGER)
- N633 (SALAX)
- P628 (IGREX)
- L510 (EMRAN)
- N571 (IGOGU)
- P574 (NOPEK)
- B466 (ANOKO)
ATIS LUMPUR TERMINAL INFORMATION

126.450 MHZ

Departure ATIS.
Synthesized voice broadcast.

ATIS LUMPUR TERMINAL INFORMATION

128.05 MHZ

Arrival ATIS.
Synthesized voice broadcast.

WMKK  AD 2.19  RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid, MAG VAR, CAT of ILS/MLS

(For VOR/ILS/MLS, give declination)

ID

Frequency

Hours of operation

Position of transmitting antenna coordinates

Elevation of DME transmitting antenna

Remarks

1234567
DVOR / DME VKL

116.100 MHZ

CH 108X

H24
024328N 1014417E
90 M

NIL

SEPANG

DVOR / DME

VSP

114.40 MHZ

(CH 91X)

024507.71N 1014005.72E

3.86 M

NIL

TANJUNG SEPAT

DME

DTS

CH 84X 023944.60N 1013333.60E

3.00 M

NIL

ILS/DME CAT I IEL

108.500 MHZ

CH 22X

GP/DME: 024636.6N 1014215.3E
LOC: 024444.99N 1014325.57E

19.8 M

14L

ILS/DME CAT I IER

109.100 MHZ

CH 28X

GP/DME: 024504.9N 1014316.8E
LOC: 024648.7N 1014202.5E

23.41 M

32R

ILS/DME CAT I IWR

110.700 MHZ

CH 44X

GP/DME: 024425.6N 1014154.8E
LOC: 024241.7N 1014309.2E

24 M

14R

ILS/DME CAT I IWL

111.900 MHZ

CH 56X

GP/DME: 024254.0N 1014256.7E
LOC: 024443.6N 1014147.4E

25 M

32L

ILS/DME CAT I IWK

110.100 MHZ

CH 38X

GP/DME: 024407.4N 1014041.4E
LOC: 024222.2N 1014156.3E

24 M

15

ILS/DME CAT I IWM

111.500 MHZ

CH 52X

GP/DME: 024236.7N 1014142.2E
LOC: 024425.3N 1014033.2E

22 M

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WMKK  AD 2.20  LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.20.1  Aircraft Start Up And / Or Push Back
2.20.1.1 The pilot-in-command of a departing aircraft shall contact LUMPUR DELIVERY for ATC clearance 5 minutes before engine start.
2.20.1.2 In order to reduce congestion at the holding points during peak hours, a procedure to regulate departures will be enforced. Departing aircraft may expect delay at start-up. Aircraft with ATC time restrictions will be afforded priority for start and push back.
2.20.1.3 All aircraft shall obtain approval from air traffic control for engine start and/or push back.
2.20.1.4 Aircraft push back shall be onto a push back line (where present) or a taxilane. During aircraft push back, it shall be the responsibility of the pilot-in-command and aircraft marshaller to ensure that the area behind the aircraft is clear of vehicles and other objects.
2.20.1.5 In conducting a push back, the pilot-in-command shall ensure that the manoeuvre will align the aircraft with the directional flow of the published taxi route to the assigned runway unless instructed otherwise by Air Traffic Control. Taxi routes (departures) are defined and shown on the Aerodrome Ground Movement Charts.
2.20.1.6 When ATC intends to issue an alternative taxi route, the push back approval will specify a direction or an apron exit taxiway. The pilot-in-command shall ensure that the direction of push back enables the aircraft to taxi via the specified apron exit taxiway later.
2.20.1.7 During engine start, it shall be the responsibility of the pilot-in-command and aircraft marshaller to ensure that the aircraft is at the correct position for engine start and the area of the blast zone is clear during engine start.
2.20.1.8 It is prudent practice for aircraft to be pushed back from the parking stand before engine start. However, if required due to technical reasons, an engine start may be approved by Air Traffic Control whilst aircraft is at the parking stand. Such engine start shall not be above idle power. The pilot-in-command and aircraft marshaller are responsible for any damage(s) caused by the effects of the engine blast.
2.20.1.9 Power back at KL International Airport is not permitted.
2.20.1.10 Pilots are to switch on their aircraft transponder after a push back approval has been obtained from ATC. Pilots shall ensure that their aircraft transponder is operating (set XPNDR or the equivalent according to specific installation, AUTO if available, not OFF or SDBY) and the assigned Mode A code selected.
2.20.1.11 If no transponder code is provided, the aircraft shall use the non-discrete code 1000.
2.20.2  Taxiing Routes - Departure And Arrival
2.20.2.1 Arriving and departing aircraft shall follow the published (standard) taxi routes described in the aerodrome ground movement charts as applicable, unless directed otherwise by ATC. The issuance by ATC of a taxi route to an aircraft does not relieve the Pilot-In-Command of the responsibility to maintain separation with other aircraft on the movement area or to comply with ATC directions intended to regulate aircraft on the manoeuvring area.
2.20.2.2 For each aircraft apron, access and exit taxiways are defined (shown on the Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart) and are included in the standard taxiing routes. In conducting engine start and push back, pilots-in-command should be aware that they will be required to proceed by a exit or access taxiway in accordance with the published taxi routes or as specified by ATC.
2.20.2.3 Taxiing clearance limits may be applied.
2.20.2.4 Any aircraft is strictly prohibited to hold at the intermediate holding position in front of the Rescue and Fire Fighting Services station as follows:

RFFS 1: TWY B BTN INT B5 and INT B8

RFFS 2: TWY D BTN INT E2 and INT D10

RFFS 3: TWY Z in front of FIRE STATION 3

This is to ensure unobstructed access from the RFFS Station for emergency vehicles such as fire trucks and rescue teams during emergencies.

2.20.3  Intersection Departures
2.20.3.1 Departing aircraft will normally be directed by ATC to use the full length of the runway for take-off. Pilots-in-command may request an intersection departure or ATC may propose an intersection departure to a pilot-in-command to resolve a particular runway or manoeuvring area conflict. The final decision whether to make an intersection departures rests with the pilot-in-command.
2.20.4  Departure Regulation
2.20.4.1 In order to reduce congestion at the holding points during peak hours, a procedure to regulate departures will be enforced. Departing aircraft may expect delays at start-up. Aircraft with ATC time restrictions will be afforded priority for start.
2.20.4.2 The order in which aircraft are given take-off clearances will be determined on the basis of normal traffic priorities, the application of wake turbulence standard, separation standards and departure slot allocations and management. The order of departure may not be the order in which aircraft arrive at the departure queue.
2.20.5  MULTILATERATION SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (MSS)
2.20.5.1 Multilateration Ground Systems Working Principle
2.20.5.1.1 The ground systems consist of a number of Receiver units, Receiver/Transmitter units, a Reference Transponder (all non-rotating sensors) and a Central Processing Station. KLIA will have 53 remote sensors. The multilateration system uses multiple receivers to capture the transmissions from transponders. Then, by comparing the time difference, the system calculates the position. For the aircraft, the system will get the identity by selectively interrogating the transponder to receive the assigned Mode A code or the Aircraft Identification (The ICAO call sign used in flight shall be inserted in the FMS or Transponder Control Panel). The system will get the identity of vehicles by the unique Mode S address transmitted by the transponder. The system normally uses three or more receivers to calculate the position of an aircraft or transponder equipped vehicle.
2.20.5.2  FLIGHT CREW REQUIREMENTS
2.20.5.2.1 Pre-Push back/taxi
2.20.5.2.1.1 The pilot will be requested to enter a Mode A at start up (assigned Mode A code). This code will be either a discrete code or the non-discrete code 1000. Whenever the aircraft is capable of reporting Aircraft Identification, the identification of the aircraft should also be entered through the FMS or the Transponder Control Panel. Flight crew must use the 3-letter ICAO designator of the operator followed by the flight identification number (e.g. MAS123, AXM4567, MXD890, etc.)The ATC system will make the correlation with the flight plan (FPL) either from the discrete code or, when the non-discrete code 1000 is entered, or from the Aircraft Identification entered through the FMS or the Transponder Control Panel.Pilots should ensure that the transponder is operating (set XPNDR or the equivalent according to specific installation, AUTO if available, not OFF or STBY) and the assigned Mode A code selected from the request for push back or taxi, whichever is earlier.
2.20.5.2.2 After landing
2.20.5.2.2.1 Pilots should ensure that the transponder is operating (set XPNDR or the equivalent according to specific installation, AUTO if available, not OFF or STDBY) after landing continuously until the aircraft is fully parked on stand.
2.20.6  Crossing an unserviceable Stop Bar
2.20.6.1 Where a stop bar becomes unserviceable, and it is not possible to re-route an aircraft holding at the associated RHP, ATC will take one of the following actions:
  1. Issue a instruction to the pilot to cross the lit stop bar."Stop bar unserviceable, cross red stop bar, line up runway (designator)”, or

  2. Use a Follow-Me Vehicle to guide the aircraft through the lit stop bar.

2.20.7  Aircraft Stand Allocation
2.20.7.1 Flight Operations, Malaysia Airports Sepang Sdn. Bhd. will allocate aircraft stands for all flights.
2.20.8  Helicopter Operations
2.20.8.1 All helicopters shall land at, and take-off from the Helipad.
2.20.8.2 All helicopter operations, inbound or outbound, of KLIA shall routes via the KLIA HELICOPTER ACCESS ROUTES
as below:
a) Mantin (024929N 1015325E) - 1000FT - Track 250°/070° - Salak (024625N 1014444E) - KLIA
b) Semenyih (025659N 1015035E) - 1000FT - Track 210°/030° - Salak (024625N 1014444E) - KLIA

Hours of operation: HJ
Note:
  1. These access routes are restricted to helicopter traffic having landing rights at KLIA.

  2. Clearance limit inbound: Salak

2.20.8.3 Pilots-in-command of helicopters wishing to depart from KL International Airport shall call the Lumpur Tower (118.80 MHz) for ATC clearance prior to commencing any taxiing movement. Clearance for take-off will be provided by Aerodrome Control. The take-off clearance may be accompanied by an initial tracking clearance to resolve aerodrome traffic conflicts.
2.20.8.4 Pilot in command of arriving helicopters will be issued with tracking instruction to avoid aerodrome traffic conflicts and a clearance to the helipad.
2.20.8.5 After landing at the helipad, the pilot-in-command will be issued with a parking position within the vicinity of the helipad. The pilot-in-command shall taxi the aircraft to the parking position. Parking on the marked helipad landing area is not permitted
2.20.9  Procedures For Towing of Aircraft.
2.20.9.1 The Pilot In Command or Tow Master shall contact Lumpur Ground on the appropriate VHF frequency prior start-up or prior towing.
2.20.9.2 Due to Towers line of sight problem, the Pilot-in-Command or Tow Master shall be responsible for the separation with their aircraft and the other obstruction while taxiing or being towed. ATC will assign a discrete transponder code in order to give pilot/towing master as far as possible, information about other traffic.
2.20.9.3 Towing aircraft shall be escorted by FOLLOW-ME-VEHICLE when transponder and two way radio communication is unavailable.
2.20.10  Jet Blast Procedures
2.20.10.1 Jet Blast Procedures for KL International Airport are as follows:
Aircraft StandStandard Pushback ProceduresNon Standard Pushback Procedures

A3 and A5

B3 and B5

Aircraft to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point 100 metres from blast fence before taxiing out.
Engine start at the bay is prohibited.
Engine start is only permitted at breakway point.
 
A2, A2L,A2R, A4, A4L and A4RAircraft to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam aircraft stand A6 before taxiing out. 
B2, B2L, B2R, B4, B4L and B4RAircraft to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam
aircraft stand B6 before taxiing out.
 
C2, C4, C6, C13 and C15

Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C6 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam aircraft stand C4 before taxiing out.

Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C13 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam aircraft stand C15 before taxiing out.

Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C2 and C4 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam aircraft stand C6 before taxiing out.
C3, C7, C7L, C7R, C34 and C36Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C34 and C36 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam
aircraft stand C36 before taxiing out.
Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C3 and C7 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam aircraft stand C7 before taxiing out.
C14, C16, C16R, C23 and C25Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C23 and C25 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam
aircraft stand C25 before taxiing out.
Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C14 and C16 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam
aircraft stand C16 before taxiing out.
C24, C26, C33 and C35Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C33 and C35 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam aircraft stand C35 before taxiing out.Wide body aircraft at aircraft stand C24 and C26 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam
aircraft stand C26 before taxiing out.
Cargo StandAll wide body aircraft at cargo stand are to be pushed back and aligned on taxiway centreline before taxiing out.Aircraft from aircraft stand F34 to push back and tow forward till abeam aircraft stand F32 before starting up as to avoid jet blast effect to the vehicle at the
adjacent service road.
2.20.10.2 Aircraft stand B3

Aircraft have to tow in to aircraft stand B3 in the event of VDGS unserviceable to avoid aircraft jet blast during breakaway on aircraft stand taxilane.

2.20.11  VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS PROCEDURES KLIA TERMINAL
2.20.11.1 VDGS AIRPARK
2.20.11.1.1 Aircraft Stand:

C12R and C16R

2.20.11.1.2 Pilot Instructions:
Azimuth Guidance and Stop Information provided from a Display Unit mounted in the extension of the stand centerline in front of the cockpit. The Azimuth Guidance is aligned for the pilot occupying the left seat.

2.20.11.2 VDGS APIS++
2.20.11.2.1 Aircraft Stand:

A2, A2R, A2L, B2, B2R, B2L, B4, B4R, B4L, C1, C2, C3, C4, C6, C11, C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, C17, C21, C22, C23, C24, C25, C26, C27, C31, C32, C33, C34, C35, C36, C37.

2.20.11.2.2 Pilot Instructions:
Azimuth Guidance, Stop Information, Closing Rate and Aircraft Type Display provided from a Display Unit mounted in the extension of the stand centerline The Azimuth Guidance is aligned for the pilot occupying the left seat. Check correct aircraft type/series on the Display Unit.
Safety Measures:
ABORT Docking if Display Unit shows STOP or WRONG AIRCRAFT TYPE/SERIES, or Azimuth Guidance Display NOT ACTIVATED.

2.20.11.3 VDGS SAFEDOCK
2.20.11.3.1 Aircraft Stand:A4, A4R, A4L, A6, A6R, A6L, A8, A8R, A8L, A10, A10R, A10L, B6, B6R, B6L, B8, B8R, B8L, B10, B10R, B10L,

A3, A5, A7, A9, A11, B3, B5, B7, B9, B11

2.20.11.3.2 Azimuth Guidance, Stop Information, Closing Rate and Aircraft Type Display provided from a Display Unit mounted in the extension of the stand centerline . The Azimuth Guidance is available for use by the Pilots occupying BOTH the left and right seats. Check correct aircraft type/series on the Display Unit.
Safety Measures:
ABORT Docking if Display Unit shows STOP or WRONG AIRCRAFT TYPE/SERIES, or Azimuth Guidance Display NOT ACTIVATED.

PILOT INSTRUCTION

SAFEGATE - VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEM

1.0 AIRCRAFT DOCKING (NORMAL CONDITION)

DESCRIPTIONPILOT VIEWPILOT INSRUCTION

START DOCK

Aircraft docking activation is performed at Operator Panel. When the Safedock system is ready to operate, the panel will show SAFEDOCK SYSTEM followed by a status message. If the status is READY, the docking procedure can be initiated by pressing the Start Dock key. A START DOCKING message appears, followed by the option SELECT AIRCRAFT.

Instruction to Operators:• Determine aircraft for docking:○ Press the desired aircraft type key.○ Press the exact sub-type key, if required (press left-right arrows to show all listed sub-types).

Note: If operator passwords are enabled, enter the 4-digitpassword to continue the aircraft docking activation with thehelp of the 0-9 digits on the switch cover.


Pilot to wait and prohibited to docking to centre line without guidance by VDGS.

VDGS SELF-TEST

After selecting the aircraft for docking, a self-test andreference point check is carried out by the Safedock system toconfirm docking accuracy.

Failing the self-test will result in an error code displayed in textformat on the Operator Panel and an ERR x on the PilotDisplay. Failing the reference point check will result in an AUTOCAL ERROR or ERR 3.


Pilot to wait and prohibited to docking to centre line without guidance by VDGS.

IDENTIFICATION The system is activated and in Active mode, scanning for an approaching aircraft and this is indicated by floating arrows.


Instructions to Operators: • Check that the correct aircraft type is displayed on the Pilot Display. The lead-in line is to be followed.

Note: If the Safedock system is still in Active mode when the aircraft nose reaches the Passenger Boarding Bridge cab, press the Emergency-Stop button immediately!


Pilot /aircraft allow to enter the centre line.

TRACKING

The system has captured the aircraft and is actively tracking and verifying it. The floating arrows are replaced by a yellow centre line indicator and floating arrow. • A flashing red and/or yellow arrow indicates the direction to turn for azimuth guidance. • The yellow arrow indicates the aircraft position in relation to the centre line. • The centre line “distance-to-go” indicator changes from floating arrows to a filled closing-rate bar. The closing-rate bar shrinks as the aircraft nears its configured stop position.

Instructions to Operators: • Check that the correct aircraft type is displayed on the Pilot Display. When the selected and the verified aircraft type match, the message IDENTIFIED appears on the Operator Panel display.


Arrow indicated the aircraft a bit on left side and pilot to turn right and make sure no arrow indicated on the left or right.


CLOSING RATE

The closing rate is the final countdown from a specific distance to the stop-position. A yellow vertical closing rate bar/centreline indicator appears, optionally with a digital countdown indication, depending on the configuration. The closing rate bar showing the distance from stop-position consists of a number of rows representing the remaining distance to go. Each row turns off in steps, beginning 15M from the stop-position as the aircraft approaches, illustrating a shrinking bar from the bottom. As the last row turns off, less than the interval for one row remains until the message STOP appears. A digital countdown (option) shows the distance to stop numerically, with intervals depending on the configuration requirements. The image example illustrates the aircraft in the closing rate distance from stop-position, slightly left of the centre line. The red arrow indicates the direction to steer.


Arrow indicated the aircraft a bit on left side and pilot to turn right and make sure no arrow indicated on the left or right.

ALIGN TO CENTRE LINE

The aircraft is at the displayed distance from the stop-position. The absence of any direction arrow indicates an aircraft on the centre line.


Aircraft on the centre line and Pilot must ensure the aircraft remain on the centre line until the stop position.

SLOW DOWN (DECREASE SPEED)

The Safedock system is configured with a slowdown active zone. The limit speed for slow down indication is configurable per aircraft type in the 0 - 10M range from the stop-position, with a default setting of 2m/s. The limits further out are fixed: 10 - 20M3m/s; more than 20M 4m/s.

Note: A speed of 2m/s is approximately 7km/h, 4 mph or 3 knots. If the aircraft is approaching faster than the accepted speed, the system will show SLOW as a warning to the pilots.


Pilot to decrease the aircraft speed.

AZIMUTH GUIDANCE

The aircraft is at the displayed distance from the stop-position. If the aircraft is not aligned to centre, a yellow arrow indicates an aircraft’s position to the centre line, and a red flashing arrow indicates the direction to turn.


Pilot to turn a bit left until no indicated red flashing arrow. Pilot to ensure aircraft is slower before reach the stop position.

STOP POSITION REACHED

When the correct stop-position is reached, the Pilot Display will show STOP with a red border or with red lights. If the aircraft is found standing still but has not reached the intended
stop-position, a Stop Short condition occurs.


Pilot to ensure aircraft stop at the stop position.

DOCKING COMPLETED

When the aircraft has parked, the message OK will be displayed. If the aircraft rolls too far past the stop-position, the message TOO FAR appears. After a configurable period of time, the status on the Operator Panel will change to PARKED.

Note: If a docking procedure cannot automatically come to a PARKED state, the Marshal can manually set this with the help of the PARK ON command (it is required for enabling the following PARK OFF procedure)


Docking completed.

2.0 ABNORMAL CONDITION

DESCRIPTIONPILOT VIEWPILOT INSRUCTION

LOST AIRCRAFT DETECTION

If the detected aircraft is lost during docking, before 15M to stop-position, the display shows WAIT. The docking continues as soon as the system detects the aircraft again. During penetration into the stand, the aircraft geometry is checked. If, for any reason, aircraft verification is not made 15M before the stop position, the Pilot Display shows STOP and WAIT.

Note: This may only be a system event and not a fault. The system requires time for safety checks, apron sweeps, aircraft capture dan ID checks before the closing rate to stop-position (to analyse the possible cause of the incident).


Pilot to wait and stop before the system being activated.

OVERSHOOT

If the aircraft overshoots the stop-position with a configurable distance, the Pilot Display displays STOP (with RED border/bars) followed by TOO FAR after the aircraft comes to a complete stop.


Pilot to aware the aircraft wing span clearance and capability of Passenger Boarding Bridges for passengers disembarking.

STOP SHORT

If the aircraft is found standing still, within a configurable distance up to 5M short of the stop-position, the message STOP and OK will be shown after a configurable amount of time.


Pilot to aware the aircraft wing span clearance and capability of Passenger Boarding Bridges for passengers disembarking.

FAIL AIRCRAFT VERIFICATION (ID FAIL)

After capture of the aircraft, its geometry is checked against a stored profile. If, for any reason, aircraft verification is not confirmed 15M before the stop-position, the Pilot Display will show STOP followed by ID FAIL. Below there is a list of errors that can be displayed on the
Operator Panel and a short description: • Geometry failed – Geometry check failed within ID Fail limit • Nose height failed – Nose height check failed • Engine verification – Engine verification failed • Profile failed – Profile check failed • Lost track – Lost track close to stop

Note: (option) Dockings can be resumed without verification; however it is important to follow the information below. Alternatively, the aircraft shall be marshalled-in or towed-in to the gate.



Pilot to wait for manual docking (marshalling) and stop the
aircraft. Pilot to wait and prohibited to docking to centre line without guidance by VDGS or
marshaller.

EMERGENCY E-STOP

When the Emergency-Stop button on the Operator Panel is activated, the Pilot Display shows STOP (with red border/bars).

Note: Additional Emergency-STOP buttons (other than that on the Operator Panel) may be connected to the system at the apron level.


Pilot to ensure the aircraft stop and not precede aircraft
movement.
2.20.12  RLG GIS206-2 AUTOMATED GUIDE-IN SYSTEM AND DOCKING PROCEDURES KLIA2 TERMINAL
2.20.12.1 INTRODUCTION
2.20.12.1.1 The RLG GIS206-2 Automated Guide-In System is a fully automatic aircraft docking guidance system for various types of modern aircraft installed at the fixed gates of the klia2 Terminal KL International Airport,Sepang.
2.20.12.2 DESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM
2.20.12.2.1 The RLG GIS206-2 Laser Guided Docking System utilizes 2-axis laser scanning technique to track both the lateral and longitudinal positions of the incoming aircraft. This 3-D approach allows the system to identify the incoming aircraft and check it against the one selected by the operator. If the incoming aircraft fails to match the expected aircraft, an ‘NO ID’ indication is immediately issued to both the pilot and the co-pilot.
2.20.12.2.2 Aircraft type, continuous closing distance, and azimuth guidance, etc, are presented on a single console clearly visible to both the pilot and co-pilot, simultaneously. Figure A shows the Aircraft Display console, mounted on the terminal in front of the aircraft stand.
2.20.12.2.3 The system is operated only in the automatic mode. When the system fails, the aircraft must then be marshalled into the stand manually.

Figure A:

In this picture the aircraft is at 10 Metres and is on the centre line.


2.20.12.3 DOCKING PROCEDURES
2.20.12.3.1 Pilot must stop the aircraft immediately if he or she sees that:
  1. The docking system is not activated

  2. A wrong type of the aircraft indicates ’ NO ID ’ is displayed.

  3. the word STOP is displayed.

2.20.12.3.2 Confirm that the correct aircraft type is displayed. Proceed slowly forward.
2.20.12.3.3 Look at the azimuth guidance bars at the lower centre of the display, and interpret the guidance as shown, always steering to the green:
2.20.12.3.4 When the aircraft is approaching approximately 40 metres from the stop position, closing information will start to display. The display information below the aircraft type is the digital readout of the close-in distance, in 1-meter decimal place decrement from 40-5 metres and in 0.1-metre decrement below 5 metres. The close-in distance is also displayed in the form of a progress metre (Arrow Pointer), at the lower left corner of the display console. The progress arrow starts to activate approximately at 40 metres, moving forward at 2.5 metres decrement, and will reach the target line at the stop position.
2.20.12.3.5 During the docking process, the user shall confirm that the correct aircraft type is displayed on the LED Display Console and proceed slowly forward to the terminal gate.

2.20.12.3.6 When the correct position is reached, the digital readout will display the word STOP, in red. The progress meter will indicate the merging of the arrow and the target line.
2.20.12.3.7 If the aircraft stops at the correct position, the word " OK " will be displayed after a few seconds, then the entire display will turn off, indicating the completion of the docking sequence.
2.20.12.3.8 If the aircraft overshoots, the word " 2FAR " will be displayed
2.20.12.3.9 Visual Docking Guidance Systems (VDGS) Docking Procedures at klia2 Terminal

2.20.12.3.10 Safety Measure
2.20.12.3.10.1 Pilot must stop the aircraft immediately if he or she sees that:
  1. The docking system is not activated

  2. A wrong type of aircraft shows ’ NO ID ’ is displayed.

  3. The word STOP is displayed

2.20.12.3.10.2 When using the automated docking system, the pilot must taxi into the aircraft stand at minimum speed. The system will display " SLOW " if the aircraft taxi speed is too fast for reliable detection.
2.20.12.3.10.3 To avoid overshoot, the pilot is advised to approach the stop position slowly and observed the closing rate information displayed. Closing information is displayed both as digital readout and in the form of progress meter. Pilot should stop the aircraft immediately when seeing " STOP " indication or when signaled by the marshaller.
2.20.12.3.10.4 The system will indicate any overshoot by displaying " 2 FAR ".

WMKK  AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

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WMKK  AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1  General
2.22.1.1 All operations into and out of KL International Airports shall be in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules. Helicopter flights to and from KL International Airport may be in accordance with the Visual Flight Rules.
2.22.2  Clearance Delivery
2.22.2.1 Pilots-in-command shall request from Lumpur Clearance Delivery an airways clearance 5 minutes before engine start-up.
2.22.2.2 Not withstanding para 2.22.2.1 above, eastbound departures planned along the following ATS route segments can obtain an airways clearance 30 minutes prior to engine start:
  1. M771 - DUDIS

  2. L625 - AKMON

  3. N884 - LAXOR

Where applicable, slot departure times shall be provided by Lumpur Clearance Delivery.

2.22.2.3 Time check will be provided to the pilot whenever a time restriction is being imposed in the Air Traffic Control Clearance. In addition, pilot may request for a time check from ATC if required.
2.22.3  Aerodrome Control And Apron Services
2.22.3.1 Aerodrome control services at KL International Airport are provided by air traffic control from Tower East, Tower West and Apron Control Tower. Regulation of aircraft movement within the aprons are provided:
  1. From Tower East for Aprons ETN, ETS, ETE, ETW, ESW, ESN and ECS

  2. From Tower West for Aprons WTN, WTS, WTE, WTW, WSN, WSS, WSE and WSW

  3. From Apron Control Tower for Aprons ESE, ESS, ECE, ECN and ECW

2.22.3.2 Aerodrome control services at KL International Airport are provided for all runways, taxiways designated apron taxiways and aircraft stand taxilane.
2.22.3.3 On runways and designated taxiways air traffic control controls and regulates:
  1. Aircraft with respect to other aircraft, vehicles and obstructions;

  2. Vehicles with respect to aircraft.

2.22.3.4 On apron taxiways and aircraft stand taxilane, and other designated parts of the movement area, air traffic control regulates aircraft with respect to other aircraft and fixed obstructions. Air traffic control does not provide regulation or control of aircraft with respect to vehicles or people movement on this areas.
2.22.3.5 The pilot-in-command and aircraft marshallers shall be responsible for the safety of aircraft with respect to all vehicles during push back, engine start up and taxiing. Prior to, and during, engine start up, the pilot-in-command and aircraft marshallers shall be responsible to ensure that the aircraft is towed to the correct position for engine start and that the appropriate blast zone behind an aircraft is clear during engine start up.
2.22.4  Communication Services
2.22.4.1 On the movement area, all communications between air traffic control and pilots and between air traffic control and drivers of vehicles is on VHF. The functions and associated VHF frequencies are indicated in para WMKK AD 2.18. ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES.
2.22.5  Approach And Departure Procedures
2.22.5.1  Departing Aircraft
2.22.5.1.1 If the SID has been cancelled and replaces with a Radar Departure):

“ATC: "….callsign, recleared on Sepang (…..) Departure"

If a pilot is to fly a radar heading after airbourne: ATC: "callsign, fly heading ..... / maintain runway heading. Climb to .... FT. Runway ....., cleared for take-off"

2.22.5.1.2 Contact "Lumpur Radar" after airborne as soon as practicable before passing 2000FT on frequency 135.25 MHz.
2.22.5.1.2.1 If the departure frequency is different from the standard in para 2.22.5.1.2:
"…callsign, departure frequency (……), Runway (designator), cleared for take-off."…”
2.22.5.1.2.2 On the first contact with Approach after becoming airborne, advise the SID/RD identifier or assigned heading, the last level vacated to the nearest 100FT and the assigned altitude

Examples:
If the aircraft is on SID or RD
:“…callsign, ..KIMAT ONE CHARLIE Departure, leaving one thousand seven hundred, climbing to six thousand…”


If the aircraft is on assigned heading
:“…callsign, ..on heading (.....), leaving one thousand seven hundred, climbing to six thousand…”

2.22.5.1.3  Immediate Take-off Clearance
2.22.5.1.3.1 A pilot receiving the ATC instruction “cleared for immediate take-off” is required to act as follows:
  1. If not yet lined up on the runway, line up and begin take-off run without stopping the aircraft;

  2. if already lined up on the runway, take-off without delay;

  3. if unable to comply with the instruction, inform ATC immediately.

2.22.5.1.4 Wake turbulence waiver
2.22.5.1.4.1 Pilots-in-command of departing aircraft may choose to commence take-off without the applicable wake turbulence standard being applied. In this event the following conditions will apply:
  1. The pilot shall expressly initiate the request for waiver using the phraseology: “callsign...request wake turbulence waiver...”

  2. Waiver on the wake turbulence standard shall apply in VMC by day;

  3. The waiver shall not apply to a LIGHT or MEDIUM aircraft taking off behind a HEAVY aircraft take-off, if the take-off by the LIGHT or MEDIUM aircraft is commenced from a point more than 150 metres along the runway in the direction of take-off, from the commencement point of the HEAVY aircraft take-off.

2.22.5.1.4.2 When a pilot-in-command requests for a wake turbulence waiver, the pilot acknowledges that ATC will no longer be responsible for the application of wake turbulence separation standards to that specific flight operation.
2.22.5.2 Landing Aircraft
2.22.5.2.1 A succeeding aircraft may be cleared to land before the preceding landing aircraft which has landed or before the preceding departing aircraft which has commenced take-off run, is clear of the runway-in-use provided the following conditions are met:
  1. In VMC;

  2. ATC must have reasonable assurance that the appropriate separation will exist when the succeeding aircraft crosses the runway threshold;

  3. when issuing a landing clearance following the application of the above procedures, ATC will issue the following aircraft with the instruction below:

    " Preceding (aircraft type) vacating runway via (taxiway designator), surface wind....Runway (designator) cleared to land,…”

    "
    Preceding (aircraft type) is rolling for departure, surface wind....Runway (designator), cleared to land,…”

2.22.5.2.2 After landing flight crew requirement : Pilot should ensure that the transponder is operating (set XPNDR or the equivalent according to specific installation, AUTO if available, Not OFF or STDBY) after landing continuously until the aircraft is fully parked on stand.
2.22.5.3 Missed Approach Procedures
2.22.5.3.1 When a pilot-in-command executes a "go around", he shall comply with the published missed approach procedure for the runway unless given a specific alternate missed approach procedure by air traffic control. If the aircraft performance or weather conditions preclude the pilot-in-command from complying with this requirement he shall advise air traffic control immediately.
2.22.5.4  Height Restrictions (Arriving Aircraft)
2.22.5.4.1  As part of Air Traffic Flow Management measures to regulate arrivals into WMKK.The following height restrictions shall be observed:

PUGER - FL310 OR BLW

NIREN - FL 270 OR BLW

KAKAK - FL 270 OR BLW

PULIP - FL250 OR BLW

SAROX - FL230 OR BLW

GUPTA - FL230 OR BLW

SALAX - FL220 OR BLW

2.22.5.5 Speed Restrictions (Arriving Aircraft)
2.22.5.5.1 FLOW management is used to regulate traffic destined for KLIA. The flow control sequencing action, as described in AIP ENR 1.9 – 1, may include:
  1. speed control;

  2. radar vectoring; and

  3. holding.

2.22.5.5.2 The speed restriction of 250 KT IAS below 10 000 FT is now applicable unless ATC issues the instruction “maintain high speed”.
2.22.5.5.3 Pilot cleared to proceed on RNP1 STAR and published Instrument Approach Procedure shall comply with speed restriction reported on applicable coding table.
2.22.5.5.4  Speed Limitation Points When STAR Is Cancelled
2.22.5.5.4.1 Pilots shall adopt the following speeds when notified that the STAR is cancelled:
  1. Under radar vectors:

    1. 250 KIAS on passing 10 000FT;

    2. 220 KIAS on turning base;

    3. 185 KIAS on turning to intercept the localizer;

    4. 160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown.

  2. Own navigation to intercept the final approach track:

    1. 250 KIAS on passing 10 000FT;

    2. 220 KIAS 20 track miles from touchdown;

    3. 185 KIAS 15 track miles from touchdown;

    4. 160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown.

2.22.5.5.4.2 ATC may issue other speeds to achieve a more accurate spacing, e.g. 220 KIAS prior to base turn.
2.22.5.5.5 Cancellation Of Speed Restrictions
2.22.5.5.5.1 Pilots need not adopt the speed restrictions at the speed limitation points when they are issued a “No ATC Speed Restriction” clearance by ATC.
2.22.6. Hazardous Weather Warning
2.22.6.1 Pilots will be advised when there are reported occurrences of micro burst or wind shear. These alerts will be in the following form:
  1. Runway designation;

  2. Arrival or Departure;

  3. Type of alert (micro burst or wind shear);

  4. Quantified headwind loss or gain;

  5. Location of alert, in nautical mile, on final approach or departure path.

Example "...callsign...Runway 14L, arrival, microburst alert, headwind loss 40 knots, 2 miles final ".

2.22.7  Visibility Condition
2.22.7.1 General
2.22.7.1.1 There are 3 visibility conditions under which the airport may be required to operate:
  1. Visibility Condition 1

    1. Horizontal visibility sufficient for pilot to taxi and to avoid collision with other traffic on the taxiways and at intersections by visual reference, and for personnel of air traffic control units to exercise control over all traffic on the basis of visual surveillance; and

    2. The visibility shall not be less than 800 M or 550 M RVR.

  2. Visibility Condition 2

    1. Horizontal visibility sufficient for pilot to taxi and to avoid collision with other traffic on the taxiways and at intersections by visual reference, but insufficient for personnel of air traffic control units to exercise control over all traffic on the basis of visual surveillance; and

    2. The visibility shall not be less than 400 M RVR.

  3. Visibility Condition 3:

    1. Horizontal visibility less than 400 M RVR.

2.22.7.2 Visibility Condition 2 and 3
2.22.7.2.1 Regulation of aircraft and vehicles shall be as follows :
  1. Air traffic control shall be responsible for the regulation of aircraft and vehicles with respect to other aircraft and the provision of essential traffic information on aircraft to pilots-in-command and drivers of vehicles to facilitate separation;

  2. Pilots-in-command shall be responsible for maintaining separation with other aircraft on the manoeuvring area, other than the runways;

  3. Drivers of vehicles shall be responsible for separation with aircraft and other vehicles.

2.22.7.2.2 When low visibility, procedures are in operation, air traffic control will:
  1. Broadcast on the ATIS that low visibility procedures are in operation;

  2. Direct aircraft to use the full length of the runway or the last holding point available for departure (if full length is not available);

  3. Provide runway landing intervals of 6NM or more;

  4. Provide landing clearances no later than 2NM from touchdown;

  5. Provide pilot-in-command of every departing and landing aircraft with the current RVR reading for the relevant runway

2.22.7.2.3 When low visibility procedure are in operation, pilots-in-command shall:
  1. Ensure that after landing, the aircraft clears the LSA as soon as possible and report runway vacated;

  2. Be aware that any emergency conditions (brake fire etc.) may not be visible to the control tower or AFRS.

  3. Adjust aircraft taxiing speeds to ensure that they are able to comply with ATC instruction

2.22.7.2.4 Air traffic control will separate aircraft using the following methods:
  1. Pilots-in-command will be provided with taxiing clearances and clearance limits which, in the event of a potential conflict, require the pilot-in-command to hold short of a taxiway intersection and report sighting and able to follow, or pass behind, the conflicting aircraft;

  2. If the pilot-in-command is not able to see the conflicting aircraft, clearance to proceed will be withheld until the preceding aircraft has reported passing the next taxiway intersection;

  3. If visual contact is lost, pilots-in-command shall inform air traffic control immediately and he shall be instructed to hold position. Further clearance to proceed will be withheld until the preceding aircraft has reported passing the next taxiway intersection.

2.22.8  Runway Operations
2.22.8.1 Modes Of Operation
2.22.8.1.1 The preferred runway mode of operations will be:
  1. Runway 32R for departures, Runway 32L for arrivals and Runway 33 Mixed Mode;

  2. Runway 14R for departures, Runway 14L for arrivals and Runway 15 Mixed Mode.

2.22.8.2 Simultaneous Parallel Runway Operations
2.22.8.2.1  General
2.22.8.2.2 In KL International Airport simultaneous parallel runway operations are in use, both for departures and for arrivals. SPD – simultaneous parallel departures can be conducted from combination of any two of the three parallel instrument runways or all the three runways at one time. SPA – simultaneous parallel approaches according to the traffic imbalance or to mode of operations, can be conducted as Dependent Parallel Approaches or Independent Parallel Approaches.
2.22.8.3 Dependent Parallel Approaches - DPA
2.22.8.3.1 DPA are simultaneous approaches to parallel or near-parallel instrument runways where radar separation minima between aircraft on adjacent extended runway center lines are prescribed.
2.22.8.3.2 DPA are subject to coordination between Lumpur ATCC and Lumpur TWRs and shall be notified to pilots via ATIS.
2.22.8.3.3 During Parallel approaches “Visual Approach/Side Step” on the adjacent runway shall be avoided.
2.22.8.4 Independent Parallel Approaches - IPA
2.22.8.4.1 IPA are simultaneous approaches to parallel or near-parallel instrument runways where radar separation minima between aircraft on adjacent extended runway center lines are not prescribed.
2.22.8.4.2 IPA are subject to coordination between Lumpur ATCC and Lumpur TWRs and shall be notified to pilots via ATIS.
2.22.8.4.3 During the execution of parallel approaches “Visual Approach/Side Step” on the adjacent runway shall be avoided.
2.22.8.4.4 Normal Operating Zone (NOZ): Airspace of defined dimensions extending to either side of an ILS localizer course and/ or MLS final approach track. Only the inner half of the normal operating zone is taken into account in independent parallel approaches.
2.22.8.4.5 No Transgression Zone (NTZ): In the context of independent parallel approaches, a corridor of airspace of defined dimensions located centrally between the two extended runway center lines, where a penetration by an aircraft requires an ATCO intervention to manoeuvre any threatened aircraft on the adjacent approach.
2.22.8.5 RNAV (GNSS) and RNAV (RNP) for Simultaneous Independent Parallel Approaches
2.22.8.5.1 RNAV (GNSS) and RNAV (RNP) for Simultaneous Independent Parallel Approaches are as follows:
  1. RWY 14L RNAV (GNSS)

  2. RWY 14R RNAV (GNSS)

  3. RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS)

  4. RWY 32L RNAV (GNSS)

  5. RWY 32R RNAV (GNSS)

  6. RWY 33 RNAV (GNSS)

2.22.8.5.2 Pilots shall monitor WMKK CATIS (Arrival) for the expected Instrument Approach.
2.22.8.5.3 Operators are responsible to obtain the GNSS RAIM prediction associated with GNSS availability or its unavailability. CAAM would not be providing this service.
2.22.8.5.4 Pilots should notify ATC of any degradation of the RAIM data signal or being unable to perform the RNAV approach.
2.22.8.6 Break-Out Manoeuvres
2.22.8.6.1 If any aircraft is committing a NTZ infringement, the ATCO supervising the adjacent approach has to provide a breakout instruction to the aircraft under his responsibility to protect it from the threat. Break-out manoeuvres consist of heading and altitude instruction issued by a radar approach controller.
2.22.8.7 Override
2.22.8.7.1 The ATCO supervising the approach when in condition to issue a break-out manoeuvre because of the infringement of the NTZ from the adjacent approach path will override the relevant Tower frequency.
2.22.9  Runway Crossing
2.22.9.1 General
2.22.9.1.1 Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is divided in two parts:
  1. KLIA1: the area between RWY 32R/14L and RWY 32L/14R (inclusive)

  2. klia2: the area west of RWY 32L/14R until RWY 33/15

2.22.9.2 Procedures
2.22.9.2.1 An aircraft intending to cross RWY 14R/32L will be instructed by Lumpur Ground to taxi to a RHP and hold short of RWY, where it will be instructed to contact Lumpur Tower to obtain a crossing clearance and any other instructions..
2.22.9.2.2 Stop bars will be switched off at the time crossing clearance is issued.
2.22.9.2.3 Once runway crossing is completed, the aircraft will be instructed to contact Lumpur Ground in order to receive further taxi instructions.
2.22.9.2.4 ATC may issue a clearance to land if the controller has reasonable assurance that the aircraft crossing the runway can vacate before the arriving aircraft overflies the threshold of that runway.
2.22.9.3 Restriction
2.22.9.3.1 Crossing a runway on single engine taxi is not permitted.
2.22.9.4 Interference to ILS Signals
2.22.9.4.1  RWY 14R: Interference to the Glide Slope signal may occur during a runway crossing via TWY P1 (GP sensitive area infringed) and TWY P2 (GP critical and sensitive area infringed)
2.22.9.4.2 RWY32L: Interference to the LOC signal may occur during a runway crossing or when a large aircraft vacates the runway beyond exit taxiway.
2.22.9.4.3 Pilots should anticipate the possibility of these interferences and be prepared to take immediate appropriate action during their approach to land.
2.22.10 RNAV STAR (SHORT STAR)
2.22.10.0.1  RNAV STAR:
  1. STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RNAV (GNSS) STAR RWY 14L, 14R & 15

  2. STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RNAV (GNSS) STAR RWY 32R, 32L & 33

will only be available for flight planning during certain period of the day. However, the utilization of these STAR shall be determined by ATC subject to operational requirement.

The available slot time of short STARs are shown as per table below.

NOTIME (UTC)
10000 - 0100
20100 - 0200
31600 - 1700
41700 - 1800
52100 - 2200
2.22.11. WMKK Arrival POINT MERGE SYSTEMS (PMS)
2.22.11.1 The following information pertains to the POINT MERGE SYSTEMS (PMS) for arrivals to WMKK.
2.22.11.1.1  By default, the PMSs for arrival are the STAR 1 GOLF (1G) on the Eastern and STAR 1 HOTEL (1H) on the Western part of WMKK TMA.
2.22.11.1.2  Operators should refer to the guidance published in ENR 1.8 when filing the Flight Plan, and the assignment of the STAR to WMKK should be based on the operators’ parking terminal as indicated in the table below:

The PMS Operational Hours and the available slot time of SINGLE PMS OPERATION, DUAL PMS OPERATION, MIDNIGHT SIDs and STARs OPERATION and SHORT STARs.

NOOPERATIONRWY 15/33OTHER RWYOPERATIONAL HOURS (UTC)REMARK
1SINGLE PMSSTAR 1G or 1H1200 - 0359ASSIGNMENT OF THE STAR SHALL BE MADE BY ATC DURING INITIAL CONTACT
2DUAL PMSSTAR 1HSTAR 1G0400 - 1200ASSIGNMENT OF THE STAR SHALL BE DEPENDING ON THE OPERATOR PARKING TERMINAL ASSIGNMENT
3MIDNIGHT SIDs & STARs

SID 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F

STAR 3K OR STAR 3J

1600 - 2100THE UTILIZATION OF THESE SID SHALL BE DETERMINED BY ATC SUBJECT TO OPERATIONAL
REQUIREMENT
4SHORT STARsSTAR 2K or STAR 2J0000 - 0100THE UTILIZATION OF THESE STAR SHALL BE DETERMINED BY ATC SUBJECT TO OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT
0100 - 0200
1600 - 1800
2100 - 2200

However, in real time, it should be noted that ATC may assign different STARs for ATM measures.

WMKK  AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1. Bird Concentrations In The Vicinity Of The Airport
2.23.1.1 Studies show that the airport is within the flight path of seasonal migratory birds. The birds migrate from the northeast between September and November and from the south east between February and April. Height is between 100 metres to 900 metres. The most common bird types are Black Baza, Crested Honey Buzzard, Grey-faced Buzzard and Chinese Goshawk.
2.23.2. Touch And Go Landings
2.23.2.1 Touch and go landings are not permitted.
2.23.3. List of Way-Points
2.23.3.1 The following list contains the way-points related to SID, STAR, RNAV and IAP procedures at Kuala Lumpur International Airport:
NOIDENTLatitudeLongitudePhase of Flight
1AKESO030622.68N1004131.87ESTAR
2AKMIS054632.03N1001846.10E 
3AKMUB020448.78N1015901.52ESTAR
4AKNOR025137.66N1015909.29ESTAR
5AREBU030202.35N1013011.55EIAP
6ATIMU034017.56N1005852.25ESID
7BEGIN 023150.16N 1014900.84E 
8BIKDU035037.38N1012507.73ESID
9BORDU032043.35N1005339.12ESTAR
10DAKBA032708.65N1012541.53ESTAR
11DAKUS034814.04N1011903E 
12DUBMU052946.24N1022036.73E 
13DUDAD040705.50N1010335.85E 
14DUMAS024006.96N1012536.12E 
15EGUMU022729.91N1015154.13EIAP
16EGURI025132.37N1015207.20EIAP/STAR
17ESDAP030626.56N1005340.81ESTAR
18GUPTA020947.88N1023830.12ESTAR
19INTOT030024.84N1010807.08E 
20GOSMU023510.63N1020528.91ESID
21GUTIK030825.00N1012142.31ESID
22IBUKU033529.81N1004641.87ESID
23IDUMI022130.70N1014036.19ESID
24IRMIB023555.94N1021318.07E 
25ISTEL060624.13N0995955.75E 
26KADKU024814.71N1011438.64ESTAR
27KAKAK034609.69N1011346.90ESTAR
28KAPLU030533.52N1014423.68ESID
29KARBO022810.18N1015253.48EIAP
30LALUT024940.65N1021746.14ESID
31LIBKI031613.27N1014541.18ESTAR
32LIKBO030950.93N1012119.10ESID
33LULKI022243.48N1013249.86ESTAR
34LUVNI030437.57N1012827.82E 
35MAGIB031602.01N1015626.02ESID
36MATPO025042.98N1012207.24ESID
37MESUP023745.17N1013147.07EIAP/STAR
38MOTKA022856.31N1015401.52EIAP
39NIREN033003.71N1003254.94ESTAR
40NISIM025545.95N1013257.34E 
41NUGLA022156.60N1021940.87ESTAR
42NUKPA024804.90N1020945.58ESTAR
43NUPKU031013.98N1012442.97EIAP/STAR
44OLKAN022724.44N1014331.46ESID
45OMBUL054618.08N1002004.29E 
46OMBIR020244.06N1015938.50ESID
47PANKA021638.41N1013843.17ESTAR
48PAPGO024354.98N1011912.97ESTAR
49PATPI022829.38N1020536.31ESID
50RIKMI032243.57N1011620.19ESTAR
51RITLO030817.54N1015522.17ESTAR
52RULPA030248.18N1013119.18EIAP
53RUPDO031401.81N1005847.14ESID
54RUSBU020122.72N1023042.11ESID
55RUVTO055416.84N0995310.80E 
56SADGI030005.37N1010638.01ESID/STAR
57SULDI022229.76N1020242.37EIAP/STAR
58VAKTU025610.18N1013240.70EIAP
59VARLI030343.46N1011005.84ESTAR
60VASDU022344.68N1022440.54ESTAR
61VASMA020614.91N1015414.35ESTAR
62VEKTO024200.52N1021534.55ESTAR
63PULIP034024.00N1015348.00ESTAR
64SALAX021224.12N1013347.88ESID
65KK501023425.13N1013854.69E 
66KK502023616.46N1014518.35E 
67KK503023807.64N1014447.00E 
68KK504024419.86N1014037.43E 
69KK505024457.38N1013521.56E 
70KK506024107.33N1013112.24E 
71KK701024738.86N1014128.65ESID
72KK702025450.62N1013852.65ESID
73KK703025741.08N1013754.21ESID
74KK704025419.20N1013016.88ESID
75KK705031010.55N1014747.11ESID
76KK706025725.30N1014434.29ESID
77KK707024532.33N1014114.76ESID
78KK708025214.20N1013317.05ESID
79KK709025622.79N1012821.48ESID
80KK710025027.07N1012325.58ESID
81KK711024232.15N1013247.71ESID
82KK712023749.74N1013432.61ESID
83KK713025938.87N1013214.99ESID
84KK715024514.15N1014001.01ESID
85KK716024547.16N1013330.34ESID
86KK717024052.09N1013430.88ESID
87KK718024134.11N1014035.00ESID
88KK719024037.14N1020739.56ESID
89KK720023201.02N1015019.20ESID
90KK721023822.83N1013611.71ESID
91KK723024327.84N1014417.21ESID
92KK724023825.82N1015406.24ESID
93KK725024316.04N1015741.34ESID
94KK726023611.16N1015828.83ESID
95KK727024132.98N1014229.29ESID
96KK728023634.37N1013948.20ESID
97KK729024148.31N1013816.98ESID
98KK801021056.59N1013834.71ESTAR
99KK802023041.05N1022751.53ESTAR
100KK803023409.09N1022405.92ESTAR
101KK804025247.36N1021002.96ESTAR
102KK805025724.72N1020907.05ESTAR
103KK806030138.10N1020701.65ESTAR
104KK807030510.22N1020355.28ESTAR
105KK808030746.64N1020000.62ESTAR
106KK809030916.66N1015533.65ESTAR
107KK811030652.52N1015934.31ESTAR
108KK812030424.80N1020315.93ESTAR
109KK813030104.46N1020611.95ESTAR
110KK814025705.16N1020810.39ESTAR
111KK815025243.20N1020903.20ESTAR
112KK816024816.43N1020846.79ESTAR
113KK822030908.60N1010845.82ESTAR
114KK823031441.63N1010921.27ESTAR
115KK824031942.38N1011147.94ESTAR
116KK825032333.54N1011546.66ESTAR
117KK831031906.85N1011236.39ESTAR
118KK832031424.91N1011018.89ESTAR
119KK833030912.69N1010945.65ESTAR
120KK834030407.88N1011100.66ESTAR
121KK841021608.56N1021828.28ESTAR
122KK842021106.20N1021521.67ESTAR
123KK843020726.211N1021043.51ESTAR
124KK844020535.16N1020507.28ESTAR
125KK845020546.50N1015913.53ESTAR
126KK851020436.83N1020515.61ESTAR
127KK852020634.25N1021111.17ESTAR
128KK853021026.86N1021605.36ESTAR
129KK854021546.60N1021922.75ESTAR
130KK855022154.68N1022039.53ESTAR
131KK871025714.84N1005349.01ESTAR
132KK872023913.27N1011752.69ESTAR
133KK873023420.95N1011813.08ESTAR
134KK874022953.28N1012011.65ESTAR
135KK875022622.54N1012334.09ESTAR
136KK876022414.16N1012755.96ESTAR
137KK877022343.60N1013245.67ESTAR
138KK881022316.23N1012739.46ESTAR
139KK882022533.78N1012258.89ESTAR
140KK883022919.56N1011921.98ESTAR
141KK884023406.35N1011714.93ESTAR
142KK885023919.56N1011653.08ESTAR
143KK886024421.39N1011819.09ESTAR
144KK887023756.96N1013854.86EIAP
145KK888023221.91N1014237.51EIAP
146KK889022441.67N1014746.09EIAP
147KK890022529.34N1015415.80EIAP
148KK891022431.47N1015659.06EIAP
149KK892023144.70N1015809.82EIAP
150KK893023734.68N1015415.25EIAP
151KK894024810.35N1014709.09EIAP
152KK895025844.55N1014003.98EIAP
153KK896030536.58N1013527.70EIAP
154KK897025833.20N1012502.96EIAP
155KK898025321.91N1012832.50EIAP
156KK899024420.05N1013437.13EIAP
157KK950025812.01N1013423.84EIAC
158KK951024328.00N1014417.00EIAC
159KK952023924.12N1015234.17EIAC
160KK953025328.46N1013555.28EIAC
161KK954023933.95N1014514.85EIAC
162KK955025037.35N1013624.18EIAC
163KK956024230.67N1014150.65EIAC
164KK957023326.98N1015059.40EIAC
165KK958024642.49N1014206.69EIAC
166KK959025321.74N1013939.77EIAC
167KK960023353.94N1014902.79EIAC
168KK961024549.85N1014103.05EIAC
169KK962025230.55N1013333.88EIAC
170KK963023610.80N1014605.26EIAC
171KK964024417.56N1014038.98EIAC
172RKK20023625.05N1014148.08E 
173RKK21023623.98N1014214.13E 
174RKK22024221.88N1013743.44E 
175RW14L024642.52N1014206.67E 
176RW14R024435.84N1014152.63E 
177RWY15024417.57N1014038.97E 
178RW32L024247.86N1014305.03E 
179RW32R024454.03N1014319.41E 
180RWY33024230.67N1014150.65E 
2.23.4  IFR Holdings.
2.23.4.1 New Holding areas for IFR aircraft are implemented. The details are as follows:
HLDG ID / FIX / WPT COORDINATESINBD TR (°MAG)Direction of PTN

MAX

IAS (KTS)

MNM - MAX

HLDG LVL

FL/FT (MSL)

TIME (MIN)

DIST OUBD

Controlling unit and frequency
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DAKBA

RNP 1 RDL 337/47 DME VKL

032708.65N 1012541.53E
245°RIGHT2305000FT - 10000FT1 MINTBN

PANKA

RNP 1 RDL 192/27 DME VKL

021638.41N 1013843.17E
316°RIGHT2308000FT - 11000FT1MINTBN

KADKU

RNP 1 RDL 279/30 DME VKL

024814.71N 1011438.64E
133°RIGHT240FL140 - FL1901.5 MINTBN

LIBKI

RNP 1 RDL 002/33 DME VKL

031613.27N 1014541.18E
130°LEFT240FL180 - FL2001.5 MINTBN

VEKTO

RNP 1 RDL 092/31 DME VKL

024200.52N 1021534.55E
316°RIGHT240FL140 - FL1701.5 MINTBN

PULIP

RNP 1 RDL 010/57 DME VKL

034023.88N 1015348.12E
190°RIGHT265FL220 - FL3401.5 MINTBN

MESUP

RNP 1 RDL 246/14 DME VKL

023745.17N 1013147.07E
066°RIGHT2302500FT - 8000FT1 MINTBN

PAPGO

RNP 1 RDL 271/25 DME VKL

024354.98N 1011912.97E
091°LEFT2303500FT - FL130 1 MINTBN

EGURI

RNP 1 RDL 044/11 DME VKL

025132.37N 1015207.20E
224°RIGHT2305500FT - FL1301 MINTBN

NIREN

RNP 1 RDL 303/85 DME VKL

033003.71N 1003254.94E
123°RIGHT265FL200 - FL3001.5 MINTBN

SAROX

RNP 1 RDL 085/56 DME VKL

024802.16N 1024018.84E
265°LEFT265FL200 - FL3401.5 MINTBN

KAKAK

RNP 1 RDL 334/69 DME VKL

034609.69N 1011346.90E
154°RIGHT265FL200 - FL3401.5 MINTBN

GUPTA

RNP 1 RDL 122/64 DME VKL

020947.88N 1023830.12E
302°RIGHT265FL200 - FL3401.5 MINTBN

VASMA

RNP 1 RDL 165/38 DME VKL

020614.91N 1015414.35E
107°LEFT2306000FT - 10000FT1 MINTBN

VASDU

RNP 1 RDL 116/45 DME VKL

022344.68N 1022440.54E
315°RIGHT23011000FT - FL1301 MINTBN

VARLI

RNP 1 RDL 301/40 DME VKL

030343.46N 1011005.84E
044°LEFT2305000FT - 9000FT1 MINTBN

WMKK  AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Chart name

Page

AERODROME/HELIPORT CHART (WMKK) - ICAO

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AERODROME AERONAUTICAL GROUND LIGHTINGS AND RUNWAY MARKINGS

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AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART (WMKK) - ICAO

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING CHART (WMKK) - ICAO - KLIA2 TERMINAL (1)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING CHART (WMKK) - ICAO - KLIA2 TERMINAL (2)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING CHART (WMKK) - ICAO - KLIA2 TERMINAL (3)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 1)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 2)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 3)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 4)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 5)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 6)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING STAND POSITION AT KLIA2 TERMINAL APRON (TABULAR 7)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING STAND POSITION AT KLIA2 TERMINAL APRON (TABULAR 8)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 9)

AD 2-WMKK-2-20

AERODROME GROUND MOVEMENT CHART - ICAO

AD 2-WMKK-2-21

TAXI ROUTES (TEXT 1)

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TAXI ROUTES (TEXT 2)

AD 2-WMKK-2-23

TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14L

AD 2-WMKK-2-25

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-26

TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14R

AD 2-WMKK-2-27

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-28

KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 15

AD 2-WMKK-2-29

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 15 TO KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-30

TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32L

AD 2-WMKK-2-31

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-32

KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32L

AD 2-WMKK-2-33

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVALS RWY 32L TO KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-34

TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32R

AD 2-WMKK-2-35

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-36

KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES ARRIVALS RWY 33

AD 2-WMKK-2-37

TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVALS RWY 33 TO KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-38

TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14L

AD 2-WMKK-2-39

TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-40

TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14R

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TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-42

KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14R

AD 2-WMKK-2-43

TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURES RWY 14R FROM KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-44

KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 15

AD 2-WMKK-2-45

TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURES RUNWAY 15 FROM KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-46

TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32L

AD 2-WMKK-2-47

TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-48

TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32R

AD 2-WMKK-2-49

TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32R (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 33

AD 2-WMKK-2-51

TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURES RUNWAY 33 FROM KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-52

CODE F TAXIWAYS KLIA & KLIA 2

AD 2-WMKK-2-53

TAXI ROUTES CODE F - ARRIVALS RWY 14L

AD 2-WMKK-2-55

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F ARRIVAL RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-56

TAXI ROUTES CODE F - ARRIVALS RWY 32R

AD 2-WMKK-2-57

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F ARRIVAL RWY 32R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-58

TAXI ROUTES CODE F - ARRIVALS RWY 14R

AD 2-WMKK-2-59

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F ARRIVAL RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-60

TAXI ROUTES CODE F - ARRIVALS RWY 32L

AD 2-WMKK-2-61

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F ARRIVAL RWY 32L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-62

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - ARRIVAL RWY 15

AD 2-WMKK-2-63

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F ARRIVAL RWY 15 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-64

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - ARRIVAL RWY 33

AD 2-WMKK-2-65

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F ARRIVAL RWY 33 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-66

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - DEPARTURE RWY 14L

AD 2-WMKK-2-67

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F DEPARTURE RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-68

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - DEPARTURE RWY 32R

AD 2-WMKK-2-69

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F DEPARTURE RWY 32R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-70

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - DEPARTURE RWY 14R

AD 2-WMKK-2-71

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F DEPARTURE RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-72

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - DEPARTURE RWY 32L

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STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F DEPARTURE RWY 32L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-74

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - DEPARTURE RWY 15

AD 2-WMKK-2-75

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F DEPARTURE RWY 15 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-76

TAXI ROUTE CODE F - DEPARTURE RWY 33

AD 2-WMKK-2-77

STANDARD TAXI ROUTE - CODE F DEPARTURE RWY 33 (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-2-78

KLIA EMERGENCY RESPONSE HELICOPTER LANDING ZONES

AD 2-WMKK-2-79

AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART — ICAO TYPE A (RWY 14L/32R)

AD 2-WMKK-3-1

AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART — ICAO TYPE A (RWY 14R/32L)

AD 2-WMKK-3-3

AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART — ICAO TYPE A (RWY 15/33)

AD 2-WMKK-3-5

LUMPUR TMA/CTR

AD 2-WMKK-4-1

ATC SURVEILLANCE MINIMUM ALTITUDE CHART - ICAO

AD 2-WMKK-4-3

PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 14L

AD 2-WMKK-5-1

PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 14R

AD 2-WMKK-5-3

PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 32L

AD 2-WMKK-5-5

PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 32R

AD 2-WMKK-5-7

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RADAR DEPARTURES

AD 2-WMKK-6-1

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1A BIKDU 1A SALAX 1A IBUKU 1A PIBOS 1A MITOS 1A ATIMU 1A KIMAT 1A RUSBU 1A

AD 2-WMKK-6-3

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1A BIKDU 1A SALAX 1A IBUKU 1A PIBOS 1A MITOS 1A ATIMU 1A KIMAT 1A RUSBU 1A (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-4

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1A BIKDU 1A SALAX 1A IBUKU 1A PIBOS 1A MITOS 1A ATIMU 1A KIMAT 1A RUSBU 1A (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-5

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1A BIKDU 1A SALAX 1A IBUKU 1A PIBOS 1A MITOS 1A ATIMU 1A KIMAT 1A RUSBU 1A (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-6

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2A BIKDU 2A SALAX 2A IBUKU 2A PIBOS 2A MITOS 2A ATIMU 2A KIMAT 2A RUSBU 2A

AD 2-WMKK-6-7

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2A BIKDU 2A SALAX 2A IBUKU 2A PIBOS 2A MITOS 2A ATIMU 2A KIMAT 2A RUSBU 2A (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-8

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2A BIKDU 2A SALAX 2A IBUKU 2A PIBOS 2A MITOS 2A ATIMU 2A KIMAT 2A RUSBU 2A (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-9

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2A BIKDU 2A SALAX 2A IBUKU 2A PIBOS 2A MITOS 2A ATIMU 2A KIMAT 2A RUSBU 2A(TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-10

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1B BIKDU 1B SALAX 1B IBUKU 1B PIBOS 1B MITOS 1B ATIMU 1B KIMAT 1B RUSBU 1B

AD 2-WMKK-6-11

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1B BIKDU 1B SALAX 1B IBUKU 1B PIBOS 1B MITOS 1B ATIMU 1B KIMAT 1B RUSBU 1B (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-12

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1B BIKDU 1B SALAX 1B IBUKU 1B PIBOS 1B MITOS 1B ATIMU 1B KIMAT 1B RUSBU 1B (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-13

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1B BIKDU 1B SALAX 1B IBUKU 1B PIBOS 1B MITOS 1B ATIMU 1B KIMAT 1B RUSBU 1B (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-14

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 14R DEPARTURES FOR SAAS SUBANG

AD 2-WMKK-6-15

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2B BIKDU 2B SALAX 2B IBUKU 2B PIBOS 2B MITOS 2B ATIMU 2B KIMAT 2B RUSBU 2B

AD 2-WMKK-6-17

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2B BIKDU 2B SALAX 2B IBUKU 2B PIBOS 2B MITOS 2B ATIMU 2B KIMAT 2B RUSBU 2B (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-18

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2B BIKDU 2B SALAX 2B IBUKU 2B PIBOS 2B MITOS 2B ATIMU 2B KIMAT 2B RUSBU 2B (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-19

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2B BIKDU 2B SALAX 2B IBUKU 2B PIBOS 2B MITOS 2B ATIMU 2B KIMAT 2B RUSBU 2B (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-20

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1C BIKDU 1C SALAX 1C IBUKU 1C PIBOS 1C MITOS 1C ATIMU 1C KIMAT 1C RUSBU 1C

AD 2-WMKK-6-21

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1C BIKDU 1C SALAX 1C IBUKU 1C PIBOS 1C MITOS 1C ATIMU 1C KIMAT 1C RUSBU 1C (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-22

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1C BIKDU 1C SALAX 1C IBUKU 1C PIBOS 1C MITOS 1C ATIMU 1C KIMAT 1C RUSBU 1C (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-23

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1C BIKDU 1C SALAX 1C IBUKU 1C PIBOS 1C MITOS 1C ATIMU 1C KIMAT 1C RUSBU 1C (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-24

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2C BIKDU 2C SALAX 2C IBUKU 2C PIBOS 2C MITOS 2C ATIMU 2C KIMAT 2C RUSBU 2C

AD 2-WMKK-6-25

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2C BIKDU 2C SALAX 2C IBUKU 2C PIBOS 2C MITOS 2C ATIMU 2C KIMAT 2C RUSBU 2C (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-26

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2C BIKDU 2C SALAX 2C IBUKU 2C PIBOS 2C MITOS 2C ATIMU 2C KIMAT 2C RUSBU 2C (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-27

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2C BIKDU 2C SALAX 2C IBUKU 2C PIBOS 2C MITOS 2C ATIMU 2C KIMAT 2C RUSBU 2C (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-28

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1D BIKDU 1D SALAX 1D IBUKU 1D PIBOS 1D MITOS 1D ATIMU 1D KIMAT 1D RUSBU 1D

AD 2-WMKK-6-30

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1D BIKDU 1D SALAX 1D IBUKU 1D PIBOS 1D MITOS 1D ATIMU 1D KIMAT 1D RUSBU 1D (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-31

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1D BIKDU 1D SALAX 1D IBUKU 1D PIBOS 1D MITOS 1D ATIMU 1D KIMAT 1D RUSBU 1D (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-32

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1D BIKDU 1D SALAX 1D IBUKU 1D PIBOS 1D MITOS 1D ATIMU 1D KIMAT 1D RUSBU 1D (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-33

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32R DEPARTURES FOR SAAS SUBANG

AD 2-WMKK-6-35

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2D BIKDU 2D SALAX 2D IBUKU 2D PIBOS 2D MITOS 2D ATIMU 2D KIMAT 2D RUSBU 2D

AD 2-WMKK-6-37

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2D BIKDU 2D SALAX 2D IBUKU 2D PIBOS 2D MITOS 2D ATIMU 2D KIMAT 2D RUSBU 2D (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-38

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2D BIKDU 2D SALAX 2D IBUKU 2D PIBOS 2D MITOS 2D ATIMU 2D KIMAT 2D RUSBU 2D (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-39

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2D BIKDU 2D SALAX 2D IBUKU 2D PIBOS 2D MITOS 2D ATIMU 2D KIMAT 2D RUSBU 2D (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-40

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1E BIKDU 1E SALAX 1E IBUKU 1E PIBOS 1E MITOS 1E ATIMU 1E KIMAT 1E RUSBU 1E

AD 2-WMKK-6-41

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1E BIKDU 1E SALAX 1E IBUKU 1E PIBOS 1E MITOS 1E ATIMU 1E KIMAT 1E RUSBU 1E (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-42

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1E BIKDU 1E SALAX 1E IBUKU 1E PIBOS 1E MITOS 1E ATIMU 1E KIMAT 1E RUSBU 1E (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-43

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1E BIKDU 1E SALAX 1E IBUKU 1E PIBOS 1E MITOS 1E ATIMU 1E KIMAT 1E RUSBU 1E (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-44

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV(GNSS) PUGER 1E BIKDU 1E SALAX 1E IBUKU 1E PIBOS 1E MITOS 1E ATIMU 1E KIMAT 1E RUSBU 1E (TABULAR 4)

AD 2-WMKK-6-45

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2E BIKDU 2E SALAX 2E IBUKU 2E PIBOS 2E MITOS 2E ATIMU 2E KIMAT 2E RUSBU 2E

AD 2-WMKK-6-47

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2E BIKDU 2E SALAX 2E IBUKU 2E PIBOS 2E MITOS 2E ATIMU 2E KIMAT 2E RUSBU 2E (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-48

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2E BIKDU 2E SALAX 2E IBUKU 2E PIBOS 2E MITOS 2E ATIMU 2E KIMAT 2E RUSBU 2E (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-49

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2E BIKDU 2E SALAX 2E IBUKU 2E PIBOS 2E MITOS 2E ATIMU 2E KIMAT 2E RUSBU 2E (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-50

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1F BIKDU 1F SALAX 1F IBUKU 1F PIBOS 1F MITOS 1F ATIMU 1F KIMAT 1F RUSBU 1F

AD 2-WMKK-6-51

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1F BIKDU 1F SALAX 1F IBUKU 1F PIBOS 1F MITOS 1F ATIMU 1F KIMAT 1F RUSBU 1F (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-52

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1F BIKDU 1F SALAX 1F IBUKU 1F PIBOS 1F MITOS 1F ATIMU 1F KIMAT 1F RUSBU 1F (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-53

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1F BIKDU 1F SALAX 1F IBUKU 1F PIBOS 1F MITOS 1F ATIMU 1F KIMAT 1F RUSBU 1F (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-54

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT (SID) - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1F BIKDU 1F SALAX 1F IBUKU 1F PIBOS 1F MITOS 1F ATIMU 1F KIMAT 1F RUSBU 1F (TABULAR 4)

AD 2-WMKK-6-55

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2F BIKDU 2F SALAX 2F IBUKU 2F PIBOS 2F MITOS 2F ATIMU 2F KIMAT 2F RUSBU 2F

AD 2-WMKK-6-57

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2F BIKDU 2F SALAX 2F IBUKU 2F PIBOS 2F MITOS 2F ATIMU 2F KIMAT 2F RUSBU 2F (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-6-58

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2F BIKDU 2F SALAX 2F IBUKU 2F PIBOS 2F MITOS 2F ATIMU 2F KIMAT 2F RUSBU 2F (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-6-59

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 2F BIKDU 2F SALAX 2F IBUKU 2F PIBOS 2F MITOS 2F ATIMU 2F KIMAT 2F RUSBU 2F (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-6-60

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS EAST PUGER 1G KAKAK 1G SAROX 1G NIREN 1G PULIP 1G GUPTA 1G SALAX 1G

AD 2-WMKK-7-1

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS EAST PUGER 1G KAKAK 1G SAROX 1G NIREN 1G PULIP 1G GUPTA 1G SALAX 1G (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-2

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS EAST PUGER 1G KAKAK 1G SAROX 1G NIREN 1G PULIP 1G GUPTA 1G SALAX 1G (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-3

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS EAST PUGER G KAKAK 1G SAROX 1G NIREN 1G PULIP 1G GUPTA 1G SALAX 1G (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-7-4

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS EAST PUGER G KAKAK 1G SAROX 1G NIREN 1G PULIP 1G GUPTA 1G SALAX 1G (TABULAR 4)

AD 2-WMKK-7-5

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS WEST PUGER 1H KAKAK 1H SAROX 1H NIREN 1H PULIP 1H GUPTA 1H SALAX 1H

AD 2-WMKK-7-7

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS WEST PUGER 1H KAKAK 1H SAROX 1H NIREN 1H PULIP 1H GUPTA 1H SALAX 1H (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-8

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS WEST PUGER 1H KAKAK 1H SAROX 1H NIREN 1H PULIP 1H GUPTA 1H SALAX 1H (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-9

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS WEST PUGER 1H KAKAK 1H SAROX 1H NIREN 1H PULIP 1H GUPTA 1H SALAX 1H (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-7-10

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PMS WEST PUGER 1H KAKAK 1H SAROX 1H NIREN 1H PULIP 1H GUPTA 1H SALAX 1H (TABULAR 4)

AD 2-WMKK-7-11

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33 RNAV (GNSS) PMS SOUTH PUGER 1J KAKAK 1J SAROX 1J NIREN 1 J PULIP 1J GUPTA 1J SALAX 1J

AD 2-WMKK-7-13

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33 RNAV (GNSS) PMS SOUTH PUGER 1J KAKAK 1J SAROX 1J NIREN 1 J PULIP 1J GUPTA 1J SALAX 1J (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-14

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33 RNAV (GNSS) PMS SOUTH PUGER 1J KAKAK 1J SAROX 1J NIREN 1 J PULIP 1J GUPTA 1J SALAX 1J (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-15

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, RNAV (GNSS) PMS SOUTH PUGER 1J KAKAK 1J SAROX 1J NIREN 1J PULIP 1J GUPTA 1J SALAX 1J (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-7-16

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY32R, 32L, 33, RNAV (GNSS) PMS SOUTH PUGER 1J KAKAK 1J SAROX 1J NIREN 1J PULIP 1J GUPTA 1J SALAX 1J (TABULAR 4)

AD 2-WMKK-7-17

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 3J KAKAK 3J SAROX 3J NIREN 3J PULIP 3J GUPTA 3J SALAX 3J

AD 2-WMKK-7-19

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 3J KAKAK 3J SAROX 3J NIREN 3J PULIP 3J GUPTA 3J SALAX 3J (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-20

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 3J KAKAK 3J SAROX 3J NIREN 3J PULIP 3J GUPTA 3J SALAX 3J (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-21

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV(GNSS) PMS NORTH PUGER 1K KAKAK 1K SAROX 1K NIREN 1K PULIP 1K GUPTA 1K SALAX 1K

AD 2-WMKK-7-23

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV(GNSS) PMS NORTH PUGER 1K KAKAK 1K SAROX 1K NIREN 1K PULIP 1K GUPTA 1K SALAX 1K (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-24

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV(GNSS) PMS NORTH PUGER 1K KAKAK 1K SAROX 1K NIREN 1K PULIP 1K GUPTA 1K SALAX 1K (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-25

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV(GNSS) PMS NORTH PUGER 1K KAKAK 1K SAROX 1K NIREN 1K PULIP 1K GUPTA 1K SALAX 1K (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-7-26

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PUGER 2K KAKAK 2K SAROX 2K NIREN 2K PULIP 2K GUPTA 2K SALAX 2K

AD 2-WMKK-7-27

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PUGER 2K KAKAK 2K SAROX 2K NIREN 2K PULIP 2K GUPTA 2K SALAX 2K (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-28

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNAV (GNSS) PUGER 2K KAKAK 2K SAROX 2K NIREN 2K PULIP 2K GUPTA 2K SALAX 2K (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-29

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 3K KAKAK 3K SAROX 3K NIREN 3K PULIP 3K GUPTA 3K SALAX 3K

AD 2-WMKK-7-31

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 3K KAKAK 3K SAROX 3K NIREN 3K PULIP 3K GUPTA 3K SALAX 3K (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-32

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L, 14R, 15 RNP 1 (GNSS) PUGER 3K KAKAK 3K SAROX 3K NIREN 3K PULIP 3K GUPTA 3K SALAX 3K (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-33

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33 RNAV (GNSS) PUGER 2J KAKAK 2J SAROX 2J NIREN 2J PULIP 2J GUPTA 2J SALAX 2J

AD 2-WMKK-7-35

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33 RNAV (GNSS) PUGER 2J KAKAK 2J SAROX 2J NIREN 2J PULIP 2J GUPTA 2J SALAX 2J (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-36

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT (STAR) - ICAO - RWY 32R, 32L, 33 RNAV (GNSS) PUGER 2J KAKAK 2J SAROX 2J NIREN 2J PULIP 2J GUPTA 2J SALAX 2J (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-7-37

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 14L RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / NORTH

AD 2-WMKK-7-39

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 14L RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / NORTH (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-40

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 14R RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / NORTH

AD 2-WMKK-7-41

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 14R RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / NORTH (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-42

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / NORTH

AD 2-WMKK-7-43

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / NORTH (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-44

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 32L RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / SOUTH

AD 2-WMKK-7-45

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 32L RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / SOUTH (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-46

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 32R RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / SOUTH

AD 2-WMKK-7-47

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 32R RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / SOUTH (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-48

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 33 RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / SOUTH

AD 2-WMKK-7-49

INITIAL APPROACH CHART - RWY 33 RNAV (GNSS) INITIAL APPROACH PROCEDURE VIA PMS EAST / WEST / SOUTH (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-7-50

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-1

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-2

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-3

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-4

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP X

AD 2-WMKK-8-5

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNP X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-6

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L VOR/DME

AD 2-WMKK-8-7

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L VOR/DME (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-8

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY14R ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-9

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY14R ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-10

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-11

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-12

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP X

AD 2-WMKK-8-13

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNP X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-14

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-15

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-16

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-17

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-18

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP X

AD 2-WMKK-8-19

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-20

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 VOR/DME

AD 2-WMKK-8-21

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 VOR/DME (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-22

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-23

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-24

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-25

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-26

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP X

AD 2-WMKK-8-27

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNP X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-28

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-29

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-30

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP Z (AR)

AD 2-WMKK-8-31

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP Z (AR) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-32

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP Z (AR) (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-8-33

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-35

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-36

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP X

AD 2-WMKK-8-37

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNP X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-38

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R VOR/DME

AD 2-WMKK-8-39

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R VOR/DME (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-40

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-41

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-42

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP Z (AR)

AD 2-WMKK-8-43

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP Z (AR) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-44

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP Z (AR) (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-8-45

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-47

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-48

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP X

AD 2-WMKK-8-49

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-50

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 VOR/DME

AD 2-WMKK-8-51

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 VOR/DME (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-52