New chart (STARs transferred). FOR SIDS RWY 24 REFER TO CHART A LUXEMBOURG. ‘. ELLX. LUXEMBOURG. LUXEMBOURG. N49 VFR Chart of ELLX. IFR Chart of ELLX. Location Information for ELLX. Coordinates: N49°’ / E6°’ View all Airports in Luxembourg. Aerodrome Chart Appendix 1: Runway Markings and Lighting Aids · Aircraft Parking Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart Appendix 2: Hot Spots · Aerodrome.

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The airport is closed to traffic from to toexcept for government flights, SAR flights, humanitarian flights, hospital flights, distress flights and delayed scheduled flights. Handling on apron P5 on request. Contact Business Aviation Centre: ANA is the designated authority for the publication of runway state information:. A seasonal snow plan is issued every year by AICbefore the beginning of winter. In order to reduce the taxi procedure, ATC may authorize, for certain types of aircraft, take-off from one of the following intersections:.

Operators intending to use the airport should ensure that Mode S transponders are able to operate when their aircraft are on the ground.

Whenever possible, the aircraft identification i. Pilots shall use the ICAO format for aircraft identification, as entered in item 7 of the flight plan form e. To ensure that the performance of systems based on SSR frequencies incl. It should be deselected after vacating the runway. Aircraft without assigned Mode A code or taxiing without flight plan, shall select Mode A code Aircraft code F are subject to a special permission.

In case of B operations at ELLX, other B type aircraft may expect ATC induced intermediate holding positions during taxi due to wing tip clearance and separation requirements.

When issued with taxi instructions, departing aircraft shall taxi as close as possible to the appropriate runway-holding position. Unless otherwise notified to ATC by the pilot, aircraft are expected to be ready chars departure upon reaching the runway-holding position. All aircraft are still permitted to vacate at TWY G after landing. No control service provided on aprons by ATC. Aprons P1, P2 and P7 shall only be entered behind a follow-me car.

When the apron markings are not visible, aprons P1 and P2 shall only be exited behind a follow-me car. Pilots should be ready for a rapid line-up according to ATC instructions. Cockpit checks should be completed prior to line-up and any checks requiring completion whilst on the runway should be kept to a minimum required. Pilots should ensure that they are able to commence take-off roll immediately after receiving take-off clearance.

Pilots not able to comply with the above requirements shall notify ATC as soon as possible. Landing aircraft shall vacate the runway expeditiously and are to ensure fully vacated before stopping. Glider flights are prohibited except with a special permission from the CAA.


Balloon flights are prohibited. Transit of CTR allowed radio contact mandatory. Training flights are prohibited, except for Luxembourg registered aircraft chadts aircraft with a special e,lx from the CAA. Training flights are allowed: Peak hours are defined as follows: Any flight departing from and arriving at ELLX without intermediate landing abroad is considered as a local flight.

Local flights are allowed: Except for aircraft based on apron P6, handling is mandatory and will be coordinated by Business Aviation Center: The standard time allowed on the ground is 72 hours. Extended stays must be notified as repositioning can be required. Operating without prior permission can result in an additional fee of up to a maximum of 4 times the regular handling fee and lead to refusal of future requests.

State and military aircraft are exempted from this prohibition. Except for reasons of safety, aircraft crews using the airport must elkx to all relevant noise abatement techniques laid down for the type of aircraft and appropriate to the operations undertaken. Aircraft must be operated at all times in a manner designed e,lx cause the least disturbance practicable in areas surrounding the airport.

In particular, the use of reverse thrust should be limited to idle power wherever possible and higher power used only for reasons of safety or for compliance with operational instructions. Engine run-ups shall only be conducted on the engine test area located on TWY I. Engine test runs are prohibited on SUN and public holidays.

Ground idle runs are not considered to be engine test runs. Volume 1Chapter 3. CDO will not be facilitated in adverse weather conditions that may affect the approach wind shear, thunderstorms, etc. It is therefore emphasized that pilots shall adhere to these routes as closely as performance permits.

If unable to comply with these procedures, they shall advise ATC immediately. Pilots are requested to comply as promptly as feasible within operational constraints with any speed adjustments requested by ATC. Aircraft unable to comply with el,x requested speed shall inform ATC and indicate the speed that will be used. ATC may deviate from these routes and pilots may expect radar vectors for separation reasons or in order to expedite traffic flow.

Pilots unable to comply shall inform ATC when requesting start-up clearance. If unable to comply, advise ATC. ATC may use ground surveillance information to assist in monitoring aircraft and vehicles on the manoeuvring area. Any ground surveillance derived information is however to be considered as advice only. During low visibility operations, all guided take-offs shall be requested upon start-up, otherwise there is no ILS protection for departures.

During low visibility operations, the aerodrome capacity is reduced. Major delay should be expected. The published inbound and outbound routes indicate the optimum routing with regard to safety and noise abatement. The indicated routes are compulsory and shall be followed as accurately as possible, unless otherwise instructed by ATC or necessary for the safety of the ell or flight.


IFR Terminal Charts for Luxembourg (ELLX) –

VFR traffic shall only use following compulsory reporting points:. Inbound flights shall proceed via the arrival routes depicted on chart AD 2. Outbound flights shall proceed via the departure routes depicted on chart AD 2. Luxembourg CTR has been designated as controlled airspace airspace class D.

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Voice communications with ATC within this airspace are performed in a 8. Airspace users planning to enter or chsrts within this airspace shall ensure that proper radio communications equipment is available on board their aircraft. Operators equipped only with 25 KHZ channel spacing radios capability shall not use these radios in trying to communicate on a 8.

Non-adherence to the procedures related to communication requirements mentioned above may result in the flight being refused to enter the CTR or being instructed to leave the CTR. The messages contain following elements in the order as listed:.

In order to reduce the taxi procedure, ATC may authorize, for certain types of aircraft, take-off from one of the following intersections: LIH Runway threshold lights Colour: NIL Runway end lights Colour: NIL Runway centre line lights Length: Successive touch-and-goes in the traffic circuit; Approaches, VFR or IFRfollowed by a go-around except for operational and emergency reasons. Training flights for multi-engine aircraft are only allowed: The permission number must be specified in item 18 of the FPL.

Immediately notify any changes, cancellations or parking extension requests. Following phraseology shall be used: Specific minima chartss for following procedures: Eellx messages contain following elements in the order as listed: Site of ARP at aerodrome.

Direction ccharts distance from city. Dedicated cargo area and facilities available at apron P7. Fuelling facilities and capacity. Hangar space for visiting aircraft. Repair facilities for visiting aircraft. Near aerodrome and in the city. At aerodrome and in the city. Taxis, buses, xharts hire and coach service.

First aid treatment and ambulance Elllx in Luxembourg. Cash dispensers and currency exchange in main terminal building. Aerodrome category for fire fighting. Capability for removal of disabled aircraft.

IFR Terminal Charts for Luxembourg (ELLX) (Jeppesen)

Tow bar, lifting bags, towing set and ground reinforcement mats. Types of clearing equipment. ANA is the designated authority for the publication of runway state information: See chart AD 2.

Aircraft stand identification signs. MET Office outside hours.