LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.1  VFR  flight
       2.1.1  Day  time  (Sunrise/Sunset)
–  unless otherwise specifically authorized VFR flights shall not be permitted to land/take-off at Khok kathiam aerodrome when weather conditions as reported by ground observer are less than.
Ground  visibility     –     5  km  or
Ceiling                         –     450  m  (1500  ft)
–  Except for the helicopters may be permitted to operated   when the flight visibility are less than 1.5 km if maneuvered at a speed  that will give adequate opportunity to observe other traffic or any obstacles in time to avoid collision.
2.1.2  Night time (Sunset/Sunrise)
VFR flights shall be operated in the night time when  otherwise specifically authorized only.
2.1.3  At  all  time  as  authorized
VFR flight within the Khok kathiam aerodrome traffic zone  and local flights in VTD31 shall be conducted so that the aircraft  maintain flight visibility and distance from cloud equal to of greater than.
Flight visibility                –  5 km when below  3 050  m  (10 000 ft)
–  8 km when above  3 050  m  (10 000 ft)
Distance from cloud      –  1500 m horizontally  and 300 m (1 000 ft) vertically
2.1.4  No authorization for special VFR flights.

2.2  VFR departure procedures
        2.2.1  after take-off, aircraft shall continue climbing straight ahead  until passing the departure end of runway unless safety or when  specifically authorized by the control tower.
RMK/ Fix wings shall start turn when passing 500 ft
Helicopter shall start turn when passing 200 ft.
2.2.2     Take-off  from  Rwy 16  shall right  turn for leaved traffic.
2.2.3   Take-off  from  Rwy 34, Rwy 05  shall  left  turn for leaved  traffic.
2.2.4  Take-off   from  Rwy 23  shall  left  or  right  turn  as  pilot  requested.
2.2.5  VFR  departure  to  others  aerodrome
                    2.2.5.1 Aircraft shall be reported of their the following information to the control tower prior to taxi for departure.
–  aircraft call signs
–  type of aircraft
–  Destination
–  Cruising  level
–  Radial outbound or Route
–  Transponder  code
–  Intention of the pilot if necessary
2.2.5.2   Aircraft shall be reported to the control tower when passing 12 NM or   5500 ft.  which is earlier.
2.2.6     VFR departure to  VT D 31 ( local flight )
                2.2.6.1  After departure climbing to 5 nm West of the airfield at an altitude 1500 ft. (500 ft. for Helicopter)  initially then proceeding  to  area 1 ( GND-5500 ft.)
2.2.6.2    After departure, climbing to Lima point (about  5 NM south of the airfield) at an altitude 1500 ft. (500 ft. for Helicopter)  initially then proceeding to area 2,  area 3  and area 4 (GND – 5500ft.)
2.2.6.3  All  aircrafts are  operating  in VTD 31 should  be  reported  altitude and  the  words “operation  normal”  every 30minutes  to  the control tower  for traffic advised.

2.3  IFR  flight
      2.3.1  Starting  up  procedure
a)  IFR aircrafts are to call  Khok kathiam  tower  5  minutes  prior  to start  up  to  request  for  ATC  clearance.
b) Pilots are to inform  to the  control tower of the call sign and  proposed  flight  level  if  it  is  different  form  the  flight  plan.
2.3.2   IFR  departure procedure
a)   No   SID  for IFR aircraft
b)  After take off, climb to flight plan route or as directed by ATC.

2.4  Reporting points for VFR flight

2.4.1 Arriving aircraft shall be reported to the control tower of  their call sign,  type  of  aircraft, point  of  departure, position,  altitude,  track or  intention of  the  pilot  before  Estimate Time of Arrival (ETA)  about  10  minutes  or  at least 15 nm. from aerodrome

2.4.2 Aircraft are entering  to  land  from  north  of Khok kathiam aerodrome, shall be reported  over  amphure  Banmi,  designated  as  BRAVO  point (150230N1003230E)  which  is  approximately 12 NM on RDL325  of  LB  NDB  altitude  2000  ft.  (1000  ft. for Helicopter)    then  proceeding  to  Ban  Khok kathiam, designated  as  KILO  point  (145350N1003540E) 4  NM on BRG 290 of  LB  NDB  altitude  2000  ft. (1000  ft. for Helicopter)  the  aircraft  will  be  instructed  to  join  aerodrome  traffic  circuit  accordingly.

2.4.3  Aircrafts are  entering  to  land  from  East  and  South east  of  Khok kathiam  aerodrome, shall be reported  over  amphure  Phapudthab at  designated as PAPA  point (144300N1004730E) which is approximately  13 NM on  BRG 140 of  LB  NDB  altitude 2000 ft. (1000  ft. for Helicopter) then  proceeding  to  Lopburi  province   designated  as   LIMA   point  (144740N1003820E) 5 NM  on  BRG 200 of  LB  NDB altitude 2000  ft. (1000  ft. for Helicopter) when  reaching LIMA  point  the  aircraft  will  be  instructed  to  join  aerodrome  traffic  circuit  accordingly.

2.4.4  Aircrafts are  entering  to  land  from  south  of   Khokkathiam aerodrome shall be reported over Lopburi province   designated  as  LIMA  point (144730N1003820E)  which  is  approximately  5 NM  on BRG 200  of   LB  NDB  altitude  2000  ft.
(1000  ft. for Helicopter) when  reaching  LIMA  point  the  aircraft  will  be  instructed  to  join  aerodrome  traffic  circuit  accordingly.
2.5  Aerodrome  Traffic  Circuit
                        –  Conventional              =  1000  ft.
–  Helicopter                   =    500  ft.

A.  Using  runway  16  by  entering  right  traffic  circuit.
B.  Using  runway  34  by  entering  left  traffic  circuit.
C.  Using  runway  05  by  entering  left  traffic  circuit.
D.  Using  runway  23  by  entering  right  traffic  circuit.

2.6  Overhead  approach  pattern
                A.  Using  runway  16  by  left  turn  pattern.
B.  Using  runway  34  by  left  turn  pattern.
C.  Using  runway  05  by  left  turn  pattern.
D.  Using  runway  23  by  right  turn  pattern.

2.7    Simulated emergency by helicopters
            The helicopters shall be simulated emergency conditions on the runway in use only. Except for safety reason the pilot shall operate on taxiway, if necessary. There are as followed;
2.7.1.1         Simulated single emergency failure.
2.7.1.2         Simulated hydraulic system failure.
2.7.1.3         Simulated fuel control unit failure.
2.7.1.4         Simulated tail rotor failure.
2.7.1.5         Simulated forced landing.
2.7.1.6         Simulated run on running landing.
2.7.1.7         Simulated basic auto rotation.
2.7.1.8         Simulated hovering auto rotation.

2.8  Submission  of  a  flight  plan
               a)  A  flight  plan  shall  be  submitted  to the control  tower  or  base  operations  at  least  sixty  minutes  before  departure.
b)  In the even of a delay of  one hour in excess of the estimated off  block time for any flight. The flight plan shall be automatically cancelled unless the estimated time of departure is revised  by notification of the pilot in command or designated representative.

 2.9  Radio  communication  failure
           2.10.1  Departing  aircraft
2.10.1.1  Aircraft  will  not  be permitted  to  take-off  unless two-way  communication  can  be  maintained  with  the  control  tower.
2.10.1.2  If  an  aircraft  experiences  radio  communications  failure  after  departure,  the  pilot  will  follow  the  procedures  for  VFR  cruising  altitudes. (Track  from  000o – 179o  =  ODD + 500  and  180o – 359o  =  EVEN + 500)
2.10.2  Arriving  aircraft
a)  Report  their  position,    distance,   heading,   altitude  and  departure  point  when  approaching about  15  NM   or at least 10 minutes before estimated time arrival from  aerodrome  by  transmitting  in  the  blind.
b)   Observe the  direction  of  traffic  in  the  pattern  and  enter  downwind  with  the  flow  of  traffic.
c)   Make  a  low  approach  between the runway and taxiway  at  an  altitude  1000  ft. (  500  ft. for helicopters ) and  rock  the  wings  of  the  aircraft.
d)   Re-enter  downwind  leg  and  observe  light  signals  pyrotechnic  or  signals  light  gun  from  the  control  tower.

Night time
                      a)  Make a low approach between the runway and taxiway at an altitude  1000 ft. ( 500 ft. for helicopters ) and rock the wings of the  aircraft and flashing on and off landing light for   3  times   except for the helicopters by flashing on and off search light  for  3  times.
b)   Re-enter  downwind  leg  and  observe  light  signals  pyrotechnic  or  signals  light  gun  from  the  control  tower.
2.10.3  Acknowledgement  by  an  aircraft
a)  When  in  flight :
1)  during  the  hours  of  daylight:
–  by  rocking  the  aircraft’s  wings;
Note.-  This  signal  should  not  be  expected  on  the  base  and  final  legs  of  the  approach.
2)  during  the  hours  of  darkness:
–  by  flashing  on  and off  twice  the aircraft’s  landing lights  or,  if  not  so equipped,  by  switching  on  and  off  twice  its  navigation  lights.
b)  When on  the  ground:
1)  during the  hours  of  daylight:
–  by moving  the  aircraft’s  ailerons  or  rudder;
2)  during  the  hours  of  darkness:
–   by  flashing  on  and  off twice  the  aircraft’s  landing  lights  or,  if  not  so  equipped,  by  switching  on  and  off  twice  its  navigation  lights.

2.10  The  instrument  approach  procedures  (for  training  only)
2.10.1   NDB (RWY 34)
–    Initial  approach  level      =  4000  ft.
–    Inbound/Outbound  track  =  360/180 degrees
The aircraft  should  be  instructed  to  report  the  following  elements  of  information  respectively  after  it  has  been  cleared  for  NDB  approach
–   over NDB 4000ft
–   Leaving  4000  ft.
–   Completed  procedure  turn  inbound
–   Runway  in  sight  for  visual  approach  landing.

Missed approach procedure
–  at  NDB  climb on runway heading until  3000 ft return to NDB  and hold.
2.10.2  TACAN RWY 05 (for training only)
The aircraft  should  be  instructed  to  report  the  following  elements  of  information  respectively  after  it  has  been  cleared  for  Tacan  approach
–  Over MOKON 4000 ft (MOKON is 10 DME RDL 280)
                        –   Leaving 4000 ft
–   Intercepted RDL 218  at 2000 ft
–   4 NM final at 1400 ft
–   Runway  in  sight

Missed approach procedure
–  at  1 DME  climb on heading 350 until  2000 ft within 10 DME from LOB and turn left direct to MOKON and hold,or as directed by ATC.

2.10.3  TACAN RWY 16 (for training only)
The aircraft  should  be  instructed  to  report  the  following  elements  of  information  respectively  after  it  has  been  cleared  for  Tacan  approach
–  Over MOKON 4000 ft (MOKON is 10 DME RDL 280)
                       –   Leaving 4000 ft
–   Intercepted RDL 350 at 1900 ft
–   3 NM Final at 1100 ft
–   Runway  in  sight

Missed approach procedure
–  at  1 DME  climb on heading 190 until  2000 ft within 10 DME from LOB and turn right direct to MOKON and hold,or as directed by ATC.

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