WMSA  —  SUBANG/SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ SHAH

WMSA  AD 2.1  AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

WMSA  —  SUBANG/SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ SHAH

WMSA  AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

030756N 1013301E

Site: The Location of ARP is between TWY F& E
( Approx. 170 M fm RWY Centreline )

2

Direction and distance from (city)

17 KM ( 9.2 NM ) brg 262° fm KL Tower
3

Elevation/Reference temperature

27 M ( 89 FT) / 32°C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -3 M
5

MAG VAR/Annual change

W (2023) / -0° 1' 18" W decreasing
6

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

Operator:

Post:

Malaysia Airports Sdn Bhd
Skypark Terminal, Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport

47200 SubangSelangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia.

Tel:  +603 - 78453251

Fax:  +603 - 78463679

Email:  masb_szb@malaysiaairports.com.my

URL:  www.malaysiaairports.com.my

ATC Services:

Post:

Civil Authority Aviation Of Malaysia
Air Traffic Control Tower
Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport
47200 Subang
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia

Tel:  +603 - 78467933 (General Office)

Fax:  +603 - 78467933 (General Office)

Tel:  +603 - 78465602 / +603-77340316 (Tower)

Fax:  +603-78471089 (Tower)

AFS:  WMSAZTZX

Email:  subangtwr@caam.gov.my / subangtwr@yahoo.com

7

Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR / VFR
8

Remarks

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1

AD Operator

H24
2

Customs and immigration

2300 - 1500
3

Health and sanitation

NIL

4

AIS Briefing Office

NIL

5

ATS Reporting Office (ARO)

H24
6

MET Briefing Office

H24
7

ATS

H24
8

Fuelling

PETRONAS Refuelling: H24

Tel: (+60) 3 78461733 / 78473726

Fax: (+60) 3 78461687

9

Handling

By arrangement with authorized handling agent.
10

Security

H24
11

De-icing

NIL

12

Remarks

Terminal building OPR BTN 2100 - 1600. Outside this time, terminal building available on 24 hr PPR from Malaysia Airport Sdn. Bhd.

WMSA  AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1

Cargo-handling facilities

By arrangement with Raya Airways.
2

Fuel/oil types

Fuel: AVGAS, JET A1
3

Fuelling facilities/capacity

Bowser.
4

De-icing facilities

NIL

5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

Malaysia Airlines / AIROD.
6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Any aircraft type.
7

Remarks

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1

Hotels

Hotels at Subang Jaya, Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur city.
2

Restaurants

Cafeteria in terminal building.
3

Transportation

Public bus and taxi services.
4

Medical facilities

Hospitals in Subang Jaya (6KM) and in Petaling Jaya (11 KM).
5

Bank and Post Office

Bank, Money Changer, Auto Teller Machine (ATM) and Post Office available in terminal building.

6

Tourist Office

NIL

7

Remarks

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1

AD category for fire fighting

CAT 7

2

Rescue equipment

Adequately provided as recommended by ICAO.

3

Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

With arrangement with the respective airline and ground handler.

a) Largest aircraft - B744F

4

Remarks

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

WMSA  AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1

Types of clearing equipment

-
2

Clearance priorities

-
3

Remarks

-

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

1Apron surface and strength BAY 17  
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 71 / R / C / W / T
BAY 18  
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength: PCN 61 / R / C / W / T
BAY 19  
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 100 / R / C / W / T
BAY 20  
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 100 / R / C / W / T
BAY 21  
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 100 / R / B / W / T
BAY 29 - 38 
Surface: Interlocking Brick
Strength:

PCN 56 / R / C / X / U

BAY H1, H3, H4 and H6
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength: 11 Tonnes
BAY H2 and H5
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength: 6 Tonnes
2Taxiway width, surface and strength Taxiway A 
Width: 25 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 87 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway C 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 86 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway D 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 100 / F / A / W / T
  Taxiway E 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 86 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway F 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 100 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway G 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 100 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway H 
Width: 26 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 55 / F / D / W / T
Taxiway J 
Width: 38 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
 Strength:PCN 100 / F / A / W / T
 Taxiway K 
 Width: 23 M
 Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
 Strength:PCN 100 / F / A / W / T
 Taxiway L 
Width: 27 M
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 65 / R / C / W / T
Taxiway M 
Width: 24 M
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 97 / R / B / W / T
Taxiway N 
Width: 29 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 76 / F / C / W / T
Taxiway W 
Width: 25 M
 Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
 Strength:PCN 90 / F / A / W / T
  Taxiway P 
Width: 48 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 81 / F / C / W / T
Taxiway Q 
Width: 36 M
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 95 / R / C / W / T
Taxiway R 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 98 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway S 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 100 / R / C / W / T
Taxiway S1 
Width: 25 M
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 83 / R / C / W / T
Taxiway T 
Width: 23 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 96 / F / A / W / T
Taxiway T1 
Width 44 M
Surface Concrete (Rigid)
StrengthN/A
Taxiway U 
Width: 31 M
Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
Strength:PCN 81 / R / B / W / T
Taxiway V 
Width: 15 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:PCN 45 / F / C / X / U
Taxiway Y 
Width: 26 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:N/A
  Taxiway Z 
 Width: 26 M
Surface: Asphalt (Flexible)
Strength:N/A
Apron Taxiway (Main Apron)
 Width: 23 M
 Surface: Concrete (Rigid)
 Strength:PCN 56 / R / C / X / U
 Aircraft Stand Taxilane S2
 Width:15 M
 Surface:Asphalt (Flexible)
 Strength:PCN 60 / F / C / X / T
   
3ACL location and elevation Location: Northern Apron
  Elevation: Elevation: 17 M (56 FT)
4VOR checkpoints

NIL

 
5INS checkpointsAt aircraft parking stands (See AD 2-WMSA-2-5)
6Remarks

NIL

WMSA  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 intersection with TWY and RWY and at RWY Holding positions.

Yellow taxiing guidelines at aprons.

2

RWY and TWY markings and LGT

RWY Markings: Runway designation, Threshold, Touch down zone, Centre line, Aiming point, Side Stripe and Transverse Stripe Markings.

RWY LGT: High Intensity Edge Lights, Threshold Lights and Runway End Lights

TWY Markings: Centre line, taxi side stripe, intermediate holding position and RWY holding position markings.

TWY LGT: Centre line, Exit and Edge Lightings

3

Stop bars

NIL

4

Remarks

TWY B closed. TWY D,J,L and M available for day light operations only.

WMSA  AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

RWY / Area affected

Obstacles Type

Elevation

Markings / LGT

Coordinates
abc
 Hill brg 030° (T), dist 1.85KM fm ARP, hgt 450FT AMSL. Lgtd.-
 Hill brg 292° (T), dist 1.76KM fm ARP, hgt 386FT AMSL. Lgtd.-
  OBSTACLE erected hgt 514FT (157M) AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030459.3N 1013054.8E
  KUALA LUMPUR TOWER at BT. Nanas, hgt 1690FT AMSL. Lgtd and aerial mast on top painted red and white. 030911.3N 1014206.8E
  AERIAL MASTerected at Bt. Dinding, hgt 1121FT AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 031123.3N 1014500.7E
  AERIAL MAST erected at Bt. Lanjan, hgt 1239FT AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 031041.3N 1013642.8E
  AERIAL MAST erected at Jln. Subang, hgt 293FT AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030525.3N 1013519.8E
  AERIAL MAST at Glenmarie, hgt 208FT AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030530.3N 1013554.8E
  RADIO TX TOWER, hgt 233.37FT (71.15M) AMSL. Marked and lgtd.
030651.3N 1013507.8E
  BUILDING erected, hgt 370FT AMSL. 030423.3N 1013312.8E
  BUILDING erected at Shah Alam, hgt 174FT (53M) AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030544.3N 1013354.8E
  BUILDING erected at Subang Jaya, hgt 325FT (100M) AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030159.4N 1013554.8E
  TELECOM TOWER erected, hgt 518FT AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 031519.3N 1013214.8E
  BUILDING erected, hgt 239FT AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030624.3N 1013444.8E
  BUILDING erected at Lembah Subang, hgt 238FT (73M) AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030659.3N 1013424.8E
  BUILDING erected at Federal Highway, hgt 538FT (164M) AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 030655.3N 1014002.8E
 Two KUALA LUMPUR CITY TOWERS, hgt 1700FT AMSL. Lgtd with high intensity white obstacle lgt.

Tower 1

030927.3N 1014242.7E

Tower 2

030929.3N 1014244.7E
  POWER STATION CHIMNEY, hgt 591FT AMSL.
030705.3N 1011911.9E
  BUILDING erected at Subang Jaya, hgt 450FT AMSL. Lgtd.
030159.4N 1013518.8E
  TELECOM TOWER erected at Serendah, hgt 617FT AMSL. Lgtd.
032230.3N 1013114.8E
  TELECOM TOWER erected at Sungai Buluh, hgt 142.22M AMSL. Marked and lgtd. 031234.3N 1013242.8E

WMSA  AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1

Associated MET Office

AMO SUBANG

2

Hours of service

MET Office outside hours

H24
3

Office responsible for TAF preparation

Periods of validity

AMO KLIA

H24 (0024 0606 1212 1818)

4

Trend forecast

Interval of issuance

-
5

Briefing/consultation provided

Provided (0000-0900UTC on working days)

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, METAR Bulletin, TAFOR Bulletin, 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

Subang APP/TWR
10

Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

Tel:  +603 - 78461441

Fax:  +603 - 78464982

WMSA  AD 2.12  RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designation

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
15 149.50° T 3782 x 45



PCN 87/F/B/W/T

Asphalt (Flexible)

030843.29N 1013226.75E

030657.19N 1013328.91E

GUND

-2.9 M

THR elevation:
21.5 M (70.5 FT)

TDZ elevation:
21.5 M (70.5 FT)

33 329.50° T 3782 x 45





PCN 87/F/B/W/T

Asphalt (flexible)

030657.19N1013328.91E

030843.29N 1013226.75E

GUND

-3 M




THR elevation:
27 M (89 FT)

Slope of RWY-SWY

SWY dimensions (M)

CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZRemarks
789101112
 + 0.145% NilNil 3902 x 280Nil RESA - 90 M x 90 M
 - 0.145% NilNil 3902 x 280Nil RESA - 90 M x 90 M

WMSA  AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY Designator

TORA

(M)

TODA

(M)

ASDA

(M)

LDA

(M)

Remarks

123456
 FROMTORA    
15 Threshold 3782 3782 3782 3782

NIL

TWY J 3371 3371 3371

NIL

NIL

TWY F 2282 2282 2282

NIL

NIL

TWY D 1162 1162 1162

NIL

NIL

33RWY Extremity 3782 3782 3782 3782

NIL

TWY E 2152 2152 2152

NIL

NIL

TWY C 2574 2574 2574

NIL

NIL

TWY V 3150 3150 3150

NIL

NIL

WMSA  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
15

CAT1

900

LIH

Green
-

PAPI
Left & Right

Slope

23.1 M

75.79 FT

NIL

NIL

3782 M

60 M

Variable White/Yellow LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

33

NIL

Green
-

PAPI
Left
Slope 3°

23.7 M

77.76 FT

NIL

NIL

3782 M

60 M

Variable White/Yellow LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1ABN / IBN location, characteristics and hours of operation

ABN: Available on top of Control Tower, FLG Green and White 20 to 30 per minute

IBN: NIL

Sunset to Sunrise and during bad weather.

2

LDI location and LGT

Anemometer location and LGT

LDI: NIL

Anemometer: At wind-direction indicator (WDI)

RWY 15: 602 M from THR on left side, 80 M from RWY centreline and lighted.

RWY 33: 304 M from THR on left side, 76 M from RWY centreline and lighted.

3

TWY edge and centre line lighting

TWY Edge Lights - A, C, E, H, K, N & P

TWY Centreline Lights - A, C, E, F, G, H, K, N, W, P, S & T

4

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Secondary power supply : Available Approach, Threshold, Runway edge, Runway end, PAPI, Taxiway Centreline, Taxiway Edge, Wind Direction Indicator, Glide Path, Localizer, RVR, Obstacle and High Mast Switch-over time: Maximum 15 seconds
5

Remarks

Apron edge light at the northern side of Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) dispersal area and western side of the main taxiway from TWY Y to RMAF dispersal area not available. Area will be marked with red and white road barrier signage and will be lighted at night.

WMSA  AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

Geoid undulation

030733.20N 1013339.33E

GUND: NIL

2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FT

21 M (69 FT)
3

TLOF and FATO

Area dimensions:

Surface :

Strength :

Marking :

Rectangle 19.5 M x 19.5 M

Concrete (Rigid)

PCN 71 / R / C / W / T

White Edges and White Letter H

4

True BRG of FATO

121.04°

Direction from ARP to FATO

5

Declared distance available

NIL

6

APP and FATO lighting

NIL

7

Remarks

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.17  ATS AIRSPACE

1

Designation and lateral limits

SUBANG CTR

From 031253N 1013258E thence anti-clockwise around a 5NM semi-circle based on Subang ARP 030752N 1013253E to 030253N 1013258E thence a straight line to 030342N 1014215E then ce clockwise around a 3NM semi-circle based on 030642N 1014215E to 030942N 1014215E thence a straight line to 031253N 1013258E

2

Vertical limits

SFC to 1500FT ALT
3

Airspace classification

C
4

ATS unit call sign

Language(s)

SUBANG TOWER, SUBANG GROUND, SUBANG DELIVERY

English

5

Transition altitude

11000 FT ALT
6

Remarks

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.18  ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation

Call sign

Frequency

Hours of operation

Remarks

12345
CLEARANCE DELIVERY SUBANG DELIVERY 120.45 MHZ H 24 Pilots shall contact Subang Delivery to obtain ATC clearance.
SMC SUBANG GROUND 121.9 MHZ H24-

SMC

(RMAF)

AIRFORCE GROUND

P125.2MHZ

P273.6MHZ

S120.3MHZ

S245.3MHZ

P Primary

S Secondary

TWR SUBANG TOWER 118.2 MHZ -
APP LUMPUR RADAR

124.2 MHZ

118.65 MHZ

135.25 MHZ

All IFR Deps at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport must ctc Lumpur Radar 124.2MHZ or 118.65MHZ after airborne or as per instructed otherwise.
FIS LUMPUR INFORMATION 126.1 MHZ H J

Tel:  +(60) 3 85291243

ATIS SUBANG TERMINAL INFORMATION 127.6 MHZ H 24 -

WMSA  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
ILS/LOC ISB 110.3 MHZ  
030653N 1013332E
- 149° MAG
GP/DME  

335 MHZ

CH 40X

 
030832N 1013228E
- 
NDB CE 205 KHZ  
031742.3N
1012706.9E
-

150° MAG / 11.5NM fm ARP.

500W.

DVOR/DME VBA

114.7 MHZ

CH 94X

 
031929.30N 1012724.90E
- Approach and Holding facility.
DVOR/DME VKL

116.1 MHZ

CH 108X

 
024328.00N 1014417.00E
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WMSA  AD 2.20  LOCAL AERODROME REGULATIONS

2.20.1  Local Flying Restrictions
  1. Left hand circuit for RWY 33 to west of airfield.

  2. Right hand circuit for RWY 15 to west of airfield.

  3. Circuit altitude: 600FT AMSL for Helicopters,

    1000FT AMSL for light aircraft and 1500FT for other aircraft.

  4. Not available to aircraft without 2-way radio communication unless with prior permission.

2.20.2  Start Up And Push Back
2.20.2.1 Air traffic control will authorise the initiation of engine start-up and aircraft push back in order to regulate the movement of aircraft.
2.20.2.2 The pilots-in-command of all aircraft require clearance from air traffic control for both engines start up and push back. All departing aircraft shall contact SUBANG DELIVERY for ATC clearance 5 minutes before engine start.
2.20.2.3 Aircraft shall be pushed back from the parking stand before start-up. However, if required due to technical reasons a start-up may be approved whilst aircraft is still at the parking stand.

The following requirements and restrictions shall apply to aircraft for engine runs:

2.20.2.3.1 Idle power engine run may be carried on all bays for all types of aircraft and on Taxiway R or Q for central apron provided the aircraft marshaller ensures that the area of the blast cone is clear.
2.20.2.3.2 Full power engine ground run may be carried out on Runway 33 only.
2.20.2.4 Twin Otter (DH-6) may be cleared to start engine only at specific bay before commencing push back subject to ATC approval.
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 and push back.
2.20.4.2 ATC may instruct aircraft to depart from reciprocal runway.
2.20.5  Procedures For Taxiing And Towing Of Aircraft.

Aircraft that are not located or parked at aircraft stand / bay shall report their current position based on AIP Publication - Aerodrome / Heliport Chart. Any extra information may be given to ATC.

2.20.5.1 The Pilot In Command or Tow Master shall contact Subang Ground on VHF frequency prior start-up or prior towing.
2.20.5.2 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.
2.20.5.3 All aircraft shall follow Power in Push Out (PIPO) procedure.
2.20.5.4 All aircraft shall be tow in and out of central apron and light aircraft parking area.Wing walkers required to assist towing aircraft.
2.20.6  Arriving Aircraft Parking Arrangement
2.20.6.1 When Bay 36 is occupied, no aircraft is allowed to be parked at Bay 36A & 36B and vice versa
2.20.6.2 Aircraft stand taxilane from Bay 29 until Bay 32 is restricted for aircraft wing span 28 M and below.
2.20.7. Taxiway D, J, L and M are for day operations only.

WMSA  AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

NIL

WMSA  AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1  General
2.22.1.1 All operations into and out of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airports shall be in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules and Visual Flight Rules.
2.22.2  Approach And Departure Procedures
2.22.2.1 Departing Aircraft
2.22.2.1.1 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, flow of traffic and departure slot allocations and management. The order of departure may not be the order in which aircraft arrive at the departure queue.
2.22.2.1.2  Immediate Take-off Clearance:

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;

2.22.2.2 Landing Aircraft
2.22.2.2.1 After landing, aircraft shall vacate runway via the nearest possible Taxiway or as per instructed by Air Traffic Controller.
2.22.2.3 Missed Approach Procedures
2.22.2.3.1 When a pilot-in-command executes a "go around", the pilot 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.
2.22.3  Hazardous Weather Warning
2.22.3.1 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 1: " ...C/S, Runway 15, (arrival/departure), micro burst, (XX) miles final, airspeed loss (XX knots)". Or

Example 2: “At time (XXXX), an arriving (aircraft type) reported Windshear at (XXXFT), Airspeed Loss (XX KT)., (effect of wind shear on aircraft, e.g. drift, vertical speed tendency).”

WMSA  AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1  The following areas are not visible from the Control Tower.
2.23.1.1 Taxiway S from abeam CAAM Hangar to Wira Kris Hangar.
2.23.1.2 Taxilane between Taxiway R and CAAM Old Hangar.
2.23.1.3 Taxiway T between Taxiway D and Taxiway Q.
2.23.1.4 Taxiway T between Taxiway M up to Taxiway J
2.23.1.5 Central Apron.
2.23.1.6 Main Apron between bays 37 and 38
2.23.1.7 Aiming point marking is located 400 M from the threshold of RWY 15 / RWY 33 and is not coincident with the PAPI slope origin.
2.23.2  Touch And Go Training and Compass Swing Bay
2.23.2.1 Touch and go landings and Compass Swing Bay are permitted with pre book slot that shall be made thru official CAAM Websites.
2.23.2.2 Training Slot
  1. Light Aircraft : 2300 - 0559

  2. Medium / Heavy Aircraft / Helicopters : 0600 - 1600

  3. Medium / Heavy Aircraft / Helicopters : 2100 - 2259

2.23.2.3 Booking of training are subject to:
  1. 2-hours duration maximum per slot

  2. 1-hour notification before training for local base aircraft

  3. 1-day notification before training for non-local base aircraft.

2.23.2.4 Circuit and landing training slot for helicopter from 0600 - 1600 and 2100 - 2259 only.
2.23.3. Light aircraft are not allowed for overnight parking at bay 40. All light aircraft to be parked at light aircraft parking bay.
2.23.4. No circuit and landing are allowed at taxiway Oscar and Sierra. Pilot to follow local flying restriction and touch and go landing regulation.
2.23.5. Pilot to exercise caution on birds concentration area in the vicinity of aerodrome
2.23.6. All aircraft are not allowed to make locked wheel turn on the runway.

WMSA  AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Chart name

Page

AERODROME/HELIPORT CHART (WMSA) - ICAO

AD 2-WMSA-2-1

MOVEMENT AREAS NOT VISIBLE FROM AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER

AD 2-WMSA-2-3

AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART (WMSA) - ICAO

AD 2-WMSA-2-5

AERODROME GROUND MOVEMENT CHART (WMSA) - ICAO

AD 2-WMSA-2-7

AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART - ICAO - TYPE A

AD 2-WMSA-3-1

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - RADAR DEPARTURES

AD 2-WMSA-6-1

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO- RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) BIKDU 1L PIBOS 1L KIMAT 1L RUSBU 1L MITOS 1L SALAX 1L PUGER 1L IBUKU 1L ATIMU IL

AD 2-WMSA-6-3

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO- RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) BIKDU 1L PIBOS 1L KIMAT 1L RUSBU 1L MITOS 1L SALAX 1L PUGER 1L IBUKU 1L ATIMU IL (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMSA-6-4

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) BIKDU 1L PIBOS 1L KIMAT 1L RUSBU 1L MITOS 1L SALAX 1L PUGER 1L IBUKU 1L ATIMU IL (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMSA-6-5

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) BIKDU 1L PIBOS 1L KIMAT 1L RUSBU 1L MITOS 1L SALAX 1L PUGER 1L IBUKU 1L ATIMU IL (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMSA-6-6

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 PULIP 2L PIBOS 2L KIMAT 2L BATAR 2L MITOS 2L SALAX 2L PUGER 2L SUKAT 2L

AD 2-WMSA-6-7

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 PULIP 2L PIBOS 2L KIMAT 2L BATAR 2L MITOS 2L SALAX 2L PUGER 2L SUKAT 2L (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMSA-6-8

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 33 PULIP 2N PIBOS 2N KIMAT 2N BATAR 2N MITOS 2N SALAX 2N PUGER 2N SUKAT 2N

AD 2-WMSA-6-9

STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 33 PULIP 2N PIBOS 2N KIMAT 2N BATAR 2N MITOS 2N SALAX 2N PUGER 2N SUKAT 2N (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMSA-6-10

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - CALEDONIAN ONE ARRIVAL

AD 2-WMSA-7-1

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1M NIREN 1M KAKAK 1M PULIP 1M SAROX 1M GUPTA 1M SALAX 1M

AD 2-WMSA-7-3

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1M NIREN 1M KAKAK 1M PULIP 1M SAROX 1M GUPTA 1M SALAX 1M (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMSA-7-4

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1M NIREN 1M KAKAK 1M PULIP 1M SAROX 1M GUPTA 1M SALAX 1M (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMSA-7-5

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1M NIREN 1M KAKAK 1M PULIP 1M SAROX 1M GUPTA 1M SALAX 1M (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMSA-7-6

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1M NIREN 1M KAKAK 1M PULIP 1M SAROX 1M GUPTA 1M SALAX 1M (TABULAR 4)

AD 2-WMSA-7-7

STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART INSTRUMENT - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) PUGER 1M NIREN 1M KAKAK 1M PULIP 1M SAROX 1M GUPTA 1M SALAX 1M (TABULAR 5)

AD 2-WMSA-7-8

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMSA-8-1

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

AD 2-WMSA-8-2

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 NDB

AD 2-WMSA-8-3

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 NDB (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMSA-8-4

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNP Y

AD 2-WMSA-8-5

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

AD 2-WMSA-8-6

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNP Y

AD 2-WMSA-8-7

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

AD 2-WMSA-8-8