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RJOO — OSAKA INTL


RJOO AD 2.1  AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

RJOO — Osaka INTL


RJOO AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1ARP coordinates and site at AD344704N/1352621E
2Direction and distance from (city)10.5km (5.7nm) NW of JR Osaka station
3Elevation/ Reference temperature39ft / 34°C (2004-2008)
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSNNil
5MAG VAR/ Annual change7°W (2012) / 1.0’W
6AD Administration, address,
telephone, telefax, telex, AFS,
e-mail and/or Web-site addresses
Kansai Airports
Osaka International Airport 555, 3-chome, Nishi-machi, Hotarugaike, Toyonakashi, Osaka pref, Japan
Tel: 06-4865-9571
Fax: 06-4865-9570
AFS: RJOOYDYX
E-mail: itm-ops@kansai-airports.co.jp
Web-site: http://www.kansai-airports.co.jp/
7Types of traffic permitted(IFR/VFR)IFR/VFR
8RemarksOsaka Airport Office (CAB)
Osaka International Airport 371, 3-chome, Nishi-machi, Hotarugaike, Toyonakashi, Osaka pref, Japan
Tel: 06-6843-1121 (2330-0815UTC MON THRU FRI)
Tel: 06-6843-1124 (AIS)
AFS:RJOOYFYX

RJOO AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1AD Administration2200 – 1200
2Customs and immigrationOn request
Customs: 06-6576-3104, 06-6576-3123
Immigration: 06-4703-2100
3Health and sanitationOn request
Quarantine(human): 06-6571-4312
Quarantine(animal): 072-455-1956
Quarantine(plant): 06-6571-0801
4AIS Briefing OfficeH24
5ATS Reporting Office(ARO)Nil
6MET Briefing OfficeH24 (KANSAI)
7ATS2200-1200 (Flight Information Service (except ATIS) and Alerting Service: H24).
8FuellingH24
9Handling2100-1330
10Security2100-1200
11De-icingNil
12RemarksNil

RJOO AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1Cargo-handling facilitiesAll the modern institutions that deal with the weight thing to a Boeing 747 type passenger plane.
2Fuel/ oil typesFuel grades: JET A-1
Oil grades: All turbine grades
3Fuelling facilities/ capacityHydrant refueling on terminal apron for turbine fuel. Fuel truck refueling. / No limitations
4De-icing facilitiesNil
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftNil
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftNil
7RemarksNil

RJOO AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1HotelsHotel near the Airport.
2RestaurantsAvailable but not continuous 0700-2130 hours
3TransportationMonorail, busses and taxies
4Medical facilitiesToyonaka city hospital
5Bank and Post OfficePost office at Airport
6Tourist OfficeAt Airport
7RemarksNil

RJOO AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1AD category for fire fightingCAT 9
2Rescue equipmentChemical fire fighting truck x 3, Water supply truck,
Emergency medical equipments conveyance truck,
Lighting power supply truck
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftNil
4RemarksNil

RJOO AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY-CLEARING

1Types of clearing equipmentSnow removal equipment: Motor graders
2Clearance prioritiesRWY 14R/32LTWY A4, B2, B3, B4, C1, C4, C6, E1, E5, W2, W9, W10, Apron TWY BTN E1 and E5RWY 14L/32RTWY A1, A2, A3, A5, B1, W1, W3
3RemarksSnow removal will be commenced with the order of priority as item 2, if the runways and taxiways are contaminated with 3 cm depth of snow.Seasonal availability: All seasons
Any contaminants on RWY centerline, landing strip and other lighting aids shall be removed as and when necessary so as to provide good contact with RWY.

RJOO AD 2.8  APRONS, TAXIWAYS AND CHECK LOCATIONS DATA

1Apron surface and strengthSurface : Concrete
Strength :
  PCN62/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR0, 1
  PCN52/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR2, 3, 15, 19, 20, 51-53, 77, 80, 83, 84
  PCN74/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR4-14, 16
  PCN39/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR17, 24, 25
  PCN81/R/A/X/T : SPOT NR18
  PCN36/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR21, 22
  PCN48/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR23, 45, 45W
  PCN31/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR26, 27, 41-44, 70-76, 81, 82
  PCN55/R/B/X/T : SPOT NR46, 47, 48
2Taxiway width, surface and
strength
Width :
  30m : W2-W9(Highspeed Exit)
  23m : Others
Surface :
  Asphalt Concrete and Concrete
Strength :
  PCN108/F/C/X/T : A1, A2, A3, A4, A5
  PCN108/F/A/X/T : B1
  PCN142/F/A/X/T : B2
  PCN70/F/A/X/T : B3
  PCN166/F/A/X/T : B4
  PCN113/F/D/X/T : C1
  PCN92/F/D/X/T : C2, C4, C6, C7
  PCN89/F/C/X/T : C3
  PCN71/R/D/X/T : C5
  PCN56/R/A/X/T : E1
  PCN52/R/B/X/T : E2, W1
  PCN62/R/B/X/T : E3, E-INT
  PCN48/R/B/X/T : E4, E5
  PCN52/R/B/X/T : R-INT, R1, R2, R5, R6
  PCN92/F/A/X/T : W2
  PCN95/F/D/X/T : W3
  PCN74/F/C/X/T : W4
  PCN89/F/D/X/T : W5,W7
  PCN91/F/D/X/T : W6
  PCN120/F/C/X/T : W8
  PCN91/F/C/X/T : W9
  PCN80/F/C/X/T : W10
3ACL and elevationNot available
4VOR checkpointsNot available
5INS checkpointsSpot NR
344706.54N 1352640.26E
2 344714.07N 1352647.61E
3 344715.89N 1352645.31E
4 344718.25N 1352642.65E
4A 344717.32N 1352640.49E
4B 344718.21N 1352641.57E
5 344716.57N 1352638.62E
6 344714.28N 1352637.81E
7 344713.53N 1352636.15E
8 344715.05N 1352634.31E
9 344717.64N 1352635.07E
10 344719.95N 1352632.33E

21 344733.17N 1352613.87E
22 344734.14N 1352615.95E
23 344735.52N 1352618.51E
24 344737.79N 1352619.40E
25 344739.76N 1352618.29E
26 344740.87N 1352616.92E
27 344741.02N 1352615.26E

11 344719.15N 1352629.38E
12 344719.25N 1352626.14E
13 344723.11N 1352628.32E
14 344725.48N 1352625.39E
15 344724.61N 1352622.77E
16 344724.68N 1352619.37E
17 344728.66N 1352621.70E
18 344730.96N 1352618.99E
19 344730.50N 1352615.72E
20 344731.56N 1352611.79E

41 344739.21N 1352613.76E
42 344740.12N 1352612.66E
45 344738.84N 1352608.86E
45W 344738.84N 1352609.67E
46 344739.34N 1352609.46E
47 344740.51N 1352610.87E
48 344741.68N 1352612.29E
6RemarksNil

RJOO AD 2.9  SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE AND CONTROL SYSTEM AND MARKINGS

1Use of aircraft stand ID signs,
TWY guide lines and
Visual docking/ parking guidance
system of aircraft stands
ACFT stand ID sign:
  NR4A, NR4B, NR5 – 10, NR13, NR14, NR17, NR18, NR21 – 23.
ACFT stand taxilane:
  R1, R2, R5, R6, apron TWY at NR1, NR5, NR6 and NR7 Apron
Visual docking guidance system:
  NR13, NR14 (See attachment)
2RWY and TWY markings and LGTRWY: RWY 14R/32L
(Marking): RWY designation, RWY CL, RWY THR, Aiming point, TDZ, RWY side stripe, RWY middle point
(LGT): RCLL, REDL, RTHL, RENL, RTZL(RWY32L), WBAR(RWY32L), RWY DIST marker LGT
RWY: RWY 14L/32R
(Marking): RWY designation, RWY CL, RWY THR, Aiming point, TDZ, RWY side stripe, RWY middle point
(LGT): RCLL, REDL, RTHL, RENL,
Takeoff Hold LGT(RWY status LGT) (see attached chart), RWY DIST marker LGT
TWY: ALL TWY
(Marking): TWY CL, TWY side stripe
(LGT): Taxiway edge LGT, Taxiway CL LGT

TWY: TWY B4, C1 THRU C7, W1 THRU W10
(Marking): RWY HLDG PSN
(LGT): RWY guard LGT

TWY: TWY A1, B1
(Marking): Intermediate HLDG PSN
(LGT): Intermediate HLDG PSN LGT

TWY: TWY W2
(LGT): Stop aiming LGT

SFC painted direction sign and SFC painted LCA sign (See attached chart)

TWY: TWY B4, C1, C6, C7, W6 THRU W10
(LGT): RWY Entrance LGT (RWY status LGT)
(see attached chart)
3Stop barsNil
4Remarks(Marking) Overrun area
(LGT) APN flood LGT

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_Runway_Status_Lights.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_Aircraft_Stand_Taxilane_and_Parking_Areas.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_SFC_Painted_Markings.pdf

VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEM
1.General
(1)Aircraft parking stands NR13, NR14, are equipped with a visual docking guidance system. The pilots of an arriving aircraft assigned to park at one of these parking stands can use this system to be guided and stop the aircraft at the correct parking position.
(2)This system is operational only in the automatic mode and in an event of a system failure, the aircraft shall be manually guided by a marshaller to the stopping position.
(3)The visual docking guidance system consists of a display screen for pilots and a laser scanner. The system detects and analyses the aircraft type of an approaching aircraft, tracks it through the laser scanner, and displays these results on the display screen.
(4)The display screen indicates the following information:type of the approaching aircraftdeviation from the lead-in center linedistance to the stopping positionThe above information is provided equally to the pilots on both left seat and right seat.
2.Aircraft Type lndication
(1)An operator on ground shall input the aircraft type into the system before the aircraft approaches the parking stand. Upon accepting the input, the system carries out internal calibration, stars the laser scanner simultaneously, and indicates the aircraft type according to the input. The system then will begin to indicate yellow lead-in arrows scrolling upwards prompting the aircraft to proceed. (Fig.1, Fig.2)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_1-2.pdf
  
 (2)When the laser scanner detects the approaching aircraft, the display screen will indicate the aircraft type, a “T” bar, and a lead-in upward arrow in yellow.
 (3)At least until the approaching aircraft arrives at a point 15 meters before the stopping position, the system will identify the aircraft type and will compare with the previously input aircraft type. If these data match, the system will continue its operation. If they do not match, the display screen will indicate “STOP” with a red border, and “ID FAIL” simultaneously. (Fig.3)
 NOTE: At this moment, the pilots must stop the aircraft immediately.When the operator re-input the correct aircraft type into the system and the system finds it correct, it resumes normal operations indicating the correct aircraft type on its display screen.
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_3.pdf
3.Taxiing and Lateral Center line Guidance
(1)While taxiing the aircraft using the system, the pilots should maneuver the aircraft at a low speed to the stopping position. In an event when “SLOW” is indicated on the display screen, the pilots should further decelerate the taxiing speed to avoid overshooting. (Fig.4)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_4.pdf
(2)Deviation of an upward yellow arrow from the center line of “T” indicates the deviation of the approaching aircraft relative to the center line of the parking stand either to right or left. Further, an additional flashing red arrow on the either side indicates the required direction for the aircraft to turn(Fig.5, Fig.6) and indicate numerical value of remaining distance. (Fig.7, Fig.8)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_5-8.pdf
4.Stop Guidance
(1)When the approaching aircraft is within 20 meters from the stopping position, the shaft of the illuminated “T” will start to reduce in its length from the bottom to indicate the approaching rate of the aircraft, indicating the remaining distance to the stopping position successively. (Fig.9, Fig.10) As the aircraft approaches the stopping position, the shaft of the illuminated “T” retract one row for every 0.3 m.At aircraft parking stands when the approaching aircraft is within 30 meters from the stopping position, display of digital countdown will start.As the aircraft approaches the stopping position, a digital countdown shows the distance to stop position numerically, for every 1.0 meters (from 30 to 5 meters to the stop position), for every 0.5 meters (from 5 to 2 meters to the stop position) or for every 0.1 meters (from 2 to 0 meters to the stop position).When the approaching aircraft is within 20 meter from the stopping position, the shaft of the illuminated “T” will start to reduce in its length from the bottom to indicate the approaching rate of the aircraft, indicating the remaining distance to the stopping position successively. (Fig.11, Fig.12)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_9-12.pdf
(2)When the aircraft reaches the stopping position, a message “STOP” will be displayed on the screen with a red border. (Fig.13)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_13.pdf
(3)When the aircraft is stopped at the correct stopping position, a message “OK” will be displayed on the screen in several seconds. (Fig.14)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_14-15.pdf
(4)When the operator applies chocks, and switches on “CHOCK ON” switch, the display screen will display “CHOCK ON.” (Fig.15)
(5)If the aircraft stops at a position beyond the correct stopping position, a message “TOO FAR” will be displayed on the screen. (Fig.16)
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_16.pdf
5.Cautions and Safety
(1)When the system displays an incorrect aircraft type, or when such a message as “STOP”, “ID FAIL”, or “WAIT” appears on the display screen, the pilots should stop the aircraft immediately. (Fig.3, Fig.13, Fig.17)
 PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_17.pdf
(2)During heavy fog, rain or snow the visibility for the docking system can be reduced. When the system is activated and in capture mode, the display will deactivate the floating arrows and show “SLOW” (Fig.18). The message will be superseded by the closing rate bar as soon as the system detects the approaching aircraft. The pilot must not proceed beyond the bridge, unless the “SLOW” text has been superseded by the closing rate bar.
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_9_fig_18.pdf

RJOO AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

RWY/Area affectedObstacle typeCoordinatesElevationMarkings/ LGTRemarks
See AD2.24 Aerodrome Obstacle Chart

RJOO AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1Associated MET OfficeKANSAI
2Hours of service MET Office outside hoursH24 (KANSAI)
3Office responsible for TAF preparation Periods of validityKANSAI
30 Hours
4Trend forecast Interval of issuanceNil
5Briefing/ consultation providedBriefing is available upon inquiry at KANSAI
6Flight documentation Language(s) usedC
En
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationS6, U85, U7, U5, U3, U25, U2/Tr, PS, P5, P3, P25, PSWE, PSWF, PSWG, PSWI, PSWM, PSW(domestic), E, C, WE, WF, WG, WI, W, N
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationDoppler Radar for Airport Weather
(See below chart)
9ATS units provided with informationTWR, ATIS
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)Nil

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_11_Airspace_for_the_Advisory_Service_concerning_Low_Level_Wind_Shear.pdf


RJOO AD 2.12  RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations RWY NRTRUE BRGDimensions of
RWY(M)
Strength(PCN) and
surface of RWY
THR coordinates
THR geoid undulation
THR elevation and
highest elevation of TDZ
of precision APP RWY
123456
14R135°3000×60PCN 101/F/C/X/T
Asphalt Concrete
344728.77N 1352543.34ETHR ELEV: 46ft
32L315°3000×60PCN 101/F/C/X/T
Asphalt Concrete
344619.92N 1352706.76ETHR ELEV: 31.2ft
TDZ ELEV: 30.0ft
14L135°1828×45PCN 51/F/C/X/T
Asphalt Concrete
344742.97N 1352543.27ETHR ELEV: 50ft
32R315°1828×45PCN 51/F/C/X/T
Asphalt Concrete
344701.02N 1352634.11ETHR ELEV: 34ft
Slope of RWYStrip
Dimensions(M)
RESA(Overrun)
Dimensions(M)
Remarks
7101114
See below figure3120×30093x(MNM:201 MAX:300)*RWY grooving: 3000mx40m
3120×300140x(MNM:210 MAX:300)*RWY grooving: 3000mx40m
1950×150240x(MNM:137 MAX:150)*RWY grooving: 1828mx30m
1950×150156x(MNM:120 MAX:150)*

*For detail, ask airport administrator
RWY grooving: 1828mx30m
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_12_Runway_Physical_Characteristics.pdf

RJOO AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY DesignatorTORA
(m)
TODA
(m)
ASDA
(m)
LDA
(m)
Remarks
123456
14R
32L
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Nil
Nil
14L
32R
1828
1828
1828
1828
1828
1828
1828
1828
Nil
Nil

RJOO AD 2.14  APPROACH AND RUNWAY LIGHTING

RWY
Designator
APCH
LGT
type
LEN
INTST
RTHL
Color
WBAR
PAPI
(VASIS)
Angle
DIST FM THR
MEHT
RTZL
LEN
RCLL
LEN
Spacing
Color
INTST
REDL
LEN
Spacing
Color
INTST
RENL
Color
WBAR
STWL
LEN
Color
123456789
14RAGL
422m
(*1)
GreenPAPI
3.0°/Left
482m
74ft
Nil3000m
30m
Coded color
(White/Red)
LIH
3000m
60m
Coded color
(White/Yellow)
LIH
RedNil
(*3)
32LPALS
(CAT l)
450m
LIH
Green
Green
PAPI
3.0°/Left
422m
64ft
900m3000m
30m
Coded color
(White/Red)
LIH
3000m
60m
Coded color
(White/Yellow)
LIH
RedNil
(*3)
14LAGL
597m
GreenPAPI
3.0°/Left
383m
61ft
Nil1828m
30m
Coded color
(White/Red)
LIH
1828m
60m
Coded color
(White/Yellow)
LIH
RedNil
(*3)
32RSALS
600m
(*2)
LIH
GreenPAPI
3.0°/Left
309m
52ft
Nil1828m
30m
Coded color
(White/Red)
LIH
1828m
60m
Coded color
(White/Yellow)
LIH
RedNil
(*3)
Remarks
10
APCH LGT Beacon(570m and 944m FM RWY 14R THR)(*1)
SALS with APCH LGT beacon(980m FM RWY 32R THR)(*2)
Overrun area edge LGT(Color:Red)(*3)
RWY THR ID LGT for RWY14R/14L THR(Color:White)
CGL and RLLS for RWY 14R(see below chart)
Usable area of PAPI is shown in below chart

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_14_Usable_Area_of_PAPI.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_14_Runway_Lead-in_Lighting_System_for_RWY_14_side.pdf


RJOO AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and hours of operationABN: 344702N/1352605E, White/Green EV4.3sec, HO
2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
LDI : Nil
Anemometer :
  RWY14R : 231m FM RWY 14R THR, LGTD
  RWY32L : 558m FM RWY 32L THR, LGTD
  RWY32R : 60m FM RWY 32R THR, LGTD
3TWY edge and center line lightingTWY edge and center line lights installed, see AD2.9
4Secondary power supply/ switch-over timeWithin 1 sec : Runway Entrance LGT, Takeoff Hold LGT
Within 15 sec : Other LGT
5RemarksNil

RJOO AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

Nil

RJOO AD 2.17  ATS AIRSPACE

Designation and lateral limitsVertical
limits
(ft)
Airspace
classification
ATS unit call
sign Language
Remarks
12345
OSAKA CTRArea within a radius of 5NM of OSAKA ARP (3447N/13526E)
——
3000
DOSAKA TWR
En
OSAKA PCA1. The airspace bounded by the lines connecting the following points.
(1) 344519N/1353203E, (2) 344223N/1352828E,
(3) 344038N/1353034E, (4) 344335N/1353409E
thence to point(1)
The line connecting point(1) to point(2) is the minor arc with a radius of 5NM OSAKA ARP
3000
——
700
CKANSAI
APP
KANSAI
RADAR
KANSAI
DEP

En
See
below
chart
2. The airspace bounded by the lines connecting the following points.
(4) 344335N/1353409E, (3) 344038N/1353034E,
(5) 343953N/1353128E, (6) 344250N/1353504E
thence to point(4).
4000
——
1100
3. The airspace bounded by the lines connecting the following points.
(6) 344250N/1353504E, (5) 343953N/1353128E,
(7) 343930N/1353157E, (8) 343714N/1353028E,
(9) 344005N/1353822E thence to point(6).
The line connecting point(8) to point(9) is the minor arc with a radius of 4.5NM of 344112N/1353304E.
5000
——
1300

(EXC1300)
4. The airspace bounded by the lines connecting the following points.
(9) 344005N/1353822E, (8) 343714N/1353028E,
(10)343317N/1352752E, (11)343639N/1354230Ethence to point(9).
The line connecting point(9) to point(8) is the minor arc with a radius of 4.5NM of 344112N/1353304E.
The line connecting point(10) to point(11) is the minor arc with a radius of 9NM of
344112N/1353304E
5000
——
3000
KANSAI ACASee RJBB attached chart
KANSAI TCASee RJBB attached chart
Osaka Positive Control Area
NAMELATERAL LIMITSUPPER LIMIT
(AMSL)
————-
LOWER LIMIT
(AMSL)
M(ft)
UNIT
PROVIDING
SERVICE
REMARKS
12345
OsakaThe area shown on the below figure Primary:
Kansai APP
Kansai Radar
124.7-120.45
261.2

Secondary:
Osaka Tower
118.1-126.2
236.8
Pilot of aircraft operaring in this area shall contact KANSAI APP (RADAR) or OSAKA TWR for ATC instructions giving informations on aircraft identification, position, altitude and pilot’s intentions.
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_17_Osaka_Positive_Control_Area.pdf

RJOO AD 2.18  ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service
designation
Call signFrequencyHours of
operation
Remarks
12345
APP/ASRKansai Approach/
Kansai Radar
120.45MHz(1)
124.7MHz
261.2MHz
121.5MHz(E)
243.0MHz(E)
2200 – 1200(1) Primary
APP service provided by
KANSAI APP
DEPKansai Departure119.5MHz
121.5MHz(E)
243.0MHz(E)
2200 – 1200 
TWROsaka Tower118.1MHz
126.2MHz
236.8MHz
121.5MHz(E)
243.0MHz(E)
2200 – 1200 
GNDOsaka Ground121.7MHz
126.2MHz
2200 – 1200 
DLVRYOsaka Delivery118.8MHz2200 – 1200 
ATISOsaka INTL Airport128.6MHz2200 – 1200 

RJOO AD 2.19  RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS

Type of aid
(VOR declination)
IDFrequencyHours of operationPosition of
transmitting
antenna
coordinates
Elevation of
DME
transmitting
antenna
Remarks
1234567
VOR
(7°W / 2014)
ITE114.75MHzH24344819.74N/1352413.18E Unusable :
000°-010° beyond 20nm BLW 5000ft.
010°-020° beyond 30nm BLW 5000ft.
020°-030° beyond 20nm BLW 5000ft.
030°-060° beyond 20nm BLW 6000ft.
060°-070° beyond 20nm BLW 5000ft.
240°-260° beyond 20nm BLW 6000ft.
260°-270° beyond 15nm BLW 6000ft.
270°-290° beyond 20nm BLW 6000ft.
290°-310° beyond 30nm BLW 6000ft.
310°-340° beyond 20nm BLW 6000ft.
340°-360° beyond 20nm BLW 5000ft.
DMEITE1055MHz
(CH-94Y)
H24344819.74N/1352413.18E176ft
ILS-LOC 32LISK110.1MHz2200-1200344733.87N/1352537.16E LOC : 222m(728ft) away FM RWY 14R THR,
BRG(MAG)322°
ILS-GP 32L334.4MHz2200-1200344624.67N/1352653.99E GP : 333m(1092ft) inside FM RWY 32L THR, 126m(413ft) W of RCL.
HGT of ILS REF datum 16.5m(54ft).
Angle 3.0°
ILS-DME32LISK999MHz
(CH-38X)
2200-1200344624.57N/1352653.86E48ftDME: 333m(1092ft) inside FM RWY32L THR, 130m(426ft) W of RCL
MSAS1575.42MHzH24  Transmitting antennas are satellite based.

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_19_ILS.pdf


RJOO AD 2.20  LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

1  AIRPORT REGULATIONS
1. On use of this airport
In order to cope with the increasing flight frequencies and to ensure the safety of flight, the following shall apply to an aircraft operators.
1.1Aircraft other than those of scheduled flights being approved by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and those which come under the para. 1.2 (a) and (b) below specified are all subject to the prior permission of the Administrator Osaka INTL Airport.
1.2In principle, the use of this airport by light fixed wing aircraft having a maximum take off weight of 5700kg or less shall not be permitted excepting the aircraft underspecified:
(a)Aircraft used for operations of:
(1) Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
(2) Japan Coast Guard,
(3) Police Agency,
(4) Local Government,
(5) Police Department,
(6) Fire Department.
(b)Aircraft belonging to newspaper offices having their own hanger facilities in this airport, including chartered aircraft.
(c)Aircraft which have been registered to use this airport as a home base.
(d)Aircraft using this airport with the purpose of aircraft maintainance by the reason that the concerned aircraft operator has now been under the maintenance contract with the maintainance factories located in this airport.
Note: Whenever the flight plan bound for this airport is submitted by the aircraft operator to a airport office or a airport branch office before flight is conducted, the concerned airport authority is urged, prior to its acceptance, to ascertain whether or not the advance approval has been given the operator concerned.
1.3On the control of flight frequencies
The flight frequency of aircraft is controlled as specified below:
(a)The total numbers of IFR aircraft permitted to land and to take off are confined to;
(1) 36 aircraft for an hour
(2) 93 aircraft within 3 hours on a continuous basis
(3) 370 aircraft for a day
(b)The total numbers of IFR aircraft permitted to land are confined to;
(1) 20 aircraft an hour
(2) 60 aircraft within 3 hours on a continuors basis.
Note:Aircraft in an emergency situations are exempted from applying any of the foregoing limitations.
2. Principal Runway Usage Classification
   
  ArrivalDeparture 
 RWY 14L/32RMaximum take-off weight at or less than B737-800 (79,243kg)Maximum take-off weight at or less than ERJ170 (34,500kg) 
 RWY 14R/32LB737-800
B737-700
Other aircraft described left,
maximum take-off weight more than B737-800 (79,243kg)
Maximum take-off weight more than ERJ170 (34,500kg) 
 
3. Restrictions about the use of auxiliary power units(APU)
When an aircraft is using an aircraft parking stand with fixed electric power facilities, APU shall not be used outside the time periods specified below except when specifically acknowledged by the authority as necessary.
(1)30 minutes prior to the estimated off-block time.
(2)The minimum time required for switching over to the fixed electric power facilities, after arrival at the parking stand.
(3)The minimum time required for aircraft maintenance purposes if needed.
NOTE: Spot 4 and 5-27 are equipped with fixed electric power facilities.
4. ATC Procedure
ATC clearance will be obtained by “Voice radiotelephone(Voice RTF)” or “Departure Clearance by data link(DCL)”.
Shown in detail below (a) or (b).
     
 CLEARANCE
FLOW
(a) Voice RTF(b) DCLRefer to ENR 1.5.4.1(Operation for Departure Clearance by data link(DCL)) 
 REQUEST
CLEARANCE
Call OSAKA DELIVERY(118.8) at 5 minutes before starting engines, with the following information.(1)Call sign(2)Destination(3)Proposed flight level/altitude
(alternative flight level/altitude, if any)(4)Parking position(spot number)
– Send RCD message at 5 minutes before starting engines.- Monitor OSAKA DELIVERY(118.8).NOTE:- Start monitoring OSAKA DELIVERY(118.8) once RCD message is sent. In case coordination is required, OSAKA DELIVERY calls the pilot on Voice RTF. 
 CALL READYContact OSAKA GND(121.7) for approval to start engines. In case that the engines could not be started within 5 minutes after receiving ATC clearance, pilot shall notify OSAKA DELIVERY(118.8) of its delay. 
 FOR ADDITIONAL
REQUEST
EXCEPT CLEARANCE
Call OSAKA DELIVERY(118.8) on Voice RTF when requesting clearance.Call OSAKA DELIVERY(118.8) on Voice RTF after receiving an FSM for CDA. 
 
2  TAXIING TO AND FROM STANDS
Nil
3  PARKING AREA FOR SMALL AIRCRAFT(GENERAL AVIATION)
Nil
4  PARKING AREA FOR HELICOPTERS
Nil
5  APRON – TAXIING DURING WINTER CONDITIONS
Nil
6  TAXIING – LIMITATIONS
6.1 Safety measures against jet engine blast. (See attachment)In case of holding before taking off from RWY 32R, the aircraft which wing span is at or less than 35.79m shall follow the specific taxiway centerline marking installed on TWY C1.In order to avoid effect of the blast on RWY 14L, jet aircraft taxiing via TWY W10 are to follow the specific nose-wheel guide line installed on TWY W10 when taking off from RWY 14R.
6.2 Aircraft using TWY C1 and taking off from RWY 32R may be instructed to hold at No.2 stop line illustrated in attachment.
6.3 While operating within aprons, follow strictly yellow nose wheel guide lines.

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_Taxiing_and_Taking_off_Procedure_for_RWY_32L.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_Taxiing_Holding_Position_on_TWY_W2.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_Intermediate_Holding_Position_Marking_on_TWY_B.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_Intermediate_Holding_Position_Marking_on_TWY_A.pdfPDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_Guide_Line_and_Guidance_Sign_of_TWY_C1_and_W10.pdf

6.4Restricted taxiways
1)TWY required to pay special attention for A350-900

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_pay_special_attention_for_A350-900.pdf

2)TWY required to pay special attention for B767-300

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_pay_special_attention_for_B767-300.pdf

3)TWY required to pay special attention for B777-200

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_pay_special_attention_for_B777-200.pdf

4)TWY required to pay special attention for B777-300

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_pay_special_attention_for_B777-300.pdf

5)TWY required to pay special attention for B787-8

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_pay_special_attention_for_B787-8.pdf

6)TWY required to pay special attention for B787-9

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_pay_special_attention_for_B787-9.pdf

7)Aircraft weight restriction
When A350-900 uses area in the figure below, aircraft weight shall not exceed the values listed in the table below.
Aircraft weight
(lb)(kg)
578,000262,000

PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_20_TWY_Aircraft_weight_restriction_for_A350-900.pdf

8  SCHOOL AND TRAINING FLIGHTS – TECHNICAL TEST FLIGHTS – USE OF RUNWAYS
Nil
9  HELICOPTER TRAFFIC – LIMITATION
Nil
10  REMOVAL OF DISABLED AIRCRAFT FROM RUNWAYS
Nil

RJOO AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

1.Local flying restrictions:
1.1In order to reduce the noise impact in the vicinity of airport, no jet airplane fitted with three or more engines shall be permitted to operate except in an emergency situation or with prior permission of the airport administrator.
1.2No aircraft which produce the noise exceeding the maximum allowable levels shown in the following table, shall, except in an emergency situation, be permitted to operate. However, A-300 type of aircraft shall not exceed the noise level 97dB (A) whenever take off from RWY 32L/R.
Time(UTC)      / Maximun Allowable Noise Level
22:00 – 11:00  / 107 dB (A)
11:01 – 12:00 / 100 dB (A) for take off, 107 dB (A) for landing
Note:(a)All aircraft operators are requested to present in advance their “Operation Manuals” to the airport authority, giving there in the detailed information on the following items specified for each time bracket and aircraft type.
(1) Maximum takeoff weight calculated for each runway to be used, temperature, and headwind component.(2) Flap angle.
(3) Climb speed.
(b)The figures of the noise level shown in the above Table will be the value to be measured by the noise monitoring equipment installed at the position 2,400 meter from the threshold of Runway 14R on 315 DEG magnetic (Kushiro Primary School).
1.3Aircraft using taxiway B and departing from runway 32L at Osaka International Airport, in principle, shall make Intersection takeoff via taxiway W2. In this case, available runway length is 2700m from runway 14R threshold. In case of having intention of making full length takeoff for the operational requirements, the pilot shall advise ATC to that effect when he initiates call for ATC clearance and shall follow procedures under specified.
(a)In principle, departing aircraft shall not hold on taxiway W1.
(b)In principle, aircraft shall hold short of NO.1 stop line until receiving taxi clearance.
(c)Whenever practicable, pilots are urged to make rolling takeoff without stopping at the threshold and to achieve takeoff power at position 370m from the threshold with gradual advance of power lever after passing the threshold.
1.4For landing on Runway 32 and 14: A non-instrument or visual approach shall not be made at an angle less than the ILS glide path or PAPI indicates.
1.5For circling approach to Runway 14: Weather conditions permitting, an aircraft making circling approach is to be requested to maintain an altitude as high as practicable.
2.Noise Abatement Operating Procedures
(1)For all jet aircraft, in order to reduce aircraft noise in the vicinity of airport, the following procedures shall be applied unless compliance of the procedures adversely affects the safety of aircraft operations. In case that the aircraft is unable to take these procedures, pilots should execute alternative procedures which are considered to be practically equivalent.
i)For take-off
Steepest Climb Procedure
ii)For landing
Delayed Flap Approach Procedure and Reduced Flap Setting Procedure
iii)Reverse Thrust (landing RWY32L)
Between 1000UTC (1900JST) and 1200UTC (2100JST), the use of reverse thrust is limited to idle except for safety reasons.
(2)Preferential Runways Procedures
Nil
(3)Noise Preferential Routes
For all departing aircraft, in order to prevent the enlargement of aircraft noise affected area around the airport, the following noise preferential routes are applied except for safety reasons.
i)Take-off from runway 32R/32L:
After take-off, execute continuous left climbing turn so as to pass over near ITE VOR/DME and keep flight track within the area defined by Chugoku Express Way at the north end, ponds of Zuga and Koya at the south end, and Muko River at the west end until crossing ITE VOR/DME 2.2DME, then proceed via SID.
ii)Take-off from runway 14R/14L:
After take-off, strictly follow extended runway centerline until passing Hanshin Express Way and then execute climbing turn so as to proceed via SID.
Note: Refer attached chart for the above mentioned landmarks.
PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_21_Landmarks_refered_by_Noise_Abatement_Procedure.pdf

RJOO AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

1.TAKE OFF MINIMA
RWYREDL & RCLL AVBLREDL or RCLL AVBLREDL & RCLL OUT
CEIL-RVRCEIL-VISCEIL-RVRCEIL-VISCEIL-RVRCEIL-VIS
TKOF ALTN AP FILED32R300´-800m300´-800m300´-800m300´-800m300´-800m
14L200´-1600m200´-1600m200´-1600m
32L300´-800m300´-800m300´-800m300´-800m300´-800m
14R200´-800m200´-800m200´-800m
OTHER32RAVBL LDG MINIMA
14L
32L
14R
NOTE: SIDs are designed in accordance with provisional standards for FLIGHT PROCEDURE DESIGN.
2. Lost communication procedures for arrival aircraft under radar navigational guidance
If radio communications with Kansai Approach/Radar are lost for 1 minute, squawk Mode A/3 Code 7600 and,
(I)1.Contact Osaka Tower.
 2.If unable, proceed in accordance with Visual Flight Rules.
 3.If unable, proceed to IZUMI at last assigned altitude or 5,000 feet whichever is higher, and execute instrument approach via IZUMI ARRIVAL.
(II)Procedures other than above will be issued when situation required.
3. Not withstanding the requirement as mentioned “JET circling to West only” in each approach minimum column of the instrument approach charts of RJOO AIP, Boeing 727 series 100 or lighter jet ACFT may be instructed by ATC to enter into East side traffic circuit during VMC in the daytime.
4. Operation of Special VFR arrival by fixed wing aircraft NOT authorized except in an emergency situation.
5. For the purpose of preventing disasters to Petroleum Oil Liquid (POL:See AD2.24 AD chart) facilities, all aircraft making take off, landing or missed approach are requested to avoid flying over and in the vicinity of POL facilities.

RJOO AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

1. Maintenance works will be in progress all the year round during SR to SS along the edges of RWY 14R/32L and/or 14L/32R and TWY subject to VMC.
2. Runway 14L/32R or 14R/32L is subject to closing for maintenance purpose during the hours from 1300 UTC to 2100 UTC every month. Consult NOTAM RJOO for further detailed information.
3. Position not visible from control tower.Spot Nr.4A, 23, 24, 25, 41, 42Apron Nr.7
4. Avoidance Flight of Mountainous Areas is shown in attached chart.PDFimage/RJOO_AD_2_23_Avoidance_Flight_of_Mountainous_Areas_at_OSAKA_INTL_Airport.pdf
5. Helicopter Landing area
     Location : On apron Nr8
Surface-Concrete TKOF/LDG areas circled

RJOO AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Aerodrome/Heliport Chart-1
Aerodrome/Heliport Chart-2
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO type A (RWY14R)
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO type A (RWY32L)
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO type A (RWY14L)
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO type A (RWY32R)
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart – ICAO type B
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (ASUKA, PANAS)*
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (RNAV TRANSITION1)
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (IZUMI)*
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (EAST REVERSAL)*
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (TIGER)*
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (MINAC)*
Standard Departure Chart – Instrument (RNAV TRANSITION2)
Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (IZUMI, AGPUK)
Standard Arrival Chart – Instrument (IKOMA EAST, IKOMA NORTH, HABIK-RNAV)
Instrument Approach Chart (ILS RWY32L)
Instrument Approach Chart (LOC RWY32L)
Instrument Approach Chart (VOR A)
Instrument Approach Chart (RNAV(GNSS) RWY32L)
Instrument Approach Chart (RNAV(GNSS) RWY32R)
Other Chart (HOLDING PATTERN)
Other Chart (Visual REP)
Other Chart (LDG CHART)
Other Chart (MVA CHART)
*: Designed in accordance with provisional standards for FLIGHT PROCEDURE DESIGN.
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