The aerodrome airspace

To perform training flights and parachute jumps at the aerodrome «Borodianka» established zone of temporary airspace reservations UK-T852.

Under the UK-T852 program for practicing, piloting flights and parachute jumps are exist following aerobatic zones:

Zone № 1.

  • For the training flights to peform simple and advanced aerobatics and parachute jumps.
  • Zone is set in a horizontal plane within AFIZ over ACP (aerodrome control point).
  • The altitude for flights in the area is: 500 m AGL FL135.

Zone № 2.

  • For the training flights to peform simple and advanced aerobatics.
  • Zone center, the geographical coordinates: N 50°42'32" E 029°40'58", zone radius – 2,5 km.
  • Flighting altitude in the zone: GND FL135.

Zone № 3.

  • For the training flights to peform simple and advanced aerobatics.
  • Zone center, the geographical coordinates: N 50°41'14" E 029°47'05", zone radius – 2,5 km.
  • Flighting altitude in the zone: GND FL135.

Zone № 4.

  • For the training flights to peform simple and advanced aerobatics.
  • Zone center, the geographical coordinates: N 50°44'15" E 029°45'24", zone radius – 2,5 km.
  • Flighting altitude in the zone: 300 m AMSL FL135.

Measurements UK-T 852

The aerodrome AFIZ «Borodianka» for the flights within the borders provides flight information and emergency services for landing and takeoff aircrafts which are maneuvering in the implementation of the landing-strip.

The AFIZ authority reports «EDINIZA AERODROMNAYA INFORMAZIYA» so the crew of arriving aircraft may choose the service. If the crew of arriving aircraft does not confirm the information from the control service of the aerodrome, the AFIZ authority must inform the arriving aircraft: «AERODROMNOE DISPETCHERSKOE OBSLUZIVANIE NE PREDOSTAVLIAETSIA, POVTORIAU, NE PREDOSTAVLIAETSIA ».

During the flight in the AFIZ, an aircraft commander on the basis of his knowledge, observations and received information from the AFIS, decides what actions must be done to provide separation from other aircrafts and how to maintain a distance relative to ground vehicles and obstacles.

The information provides by the request from the crew of the aircraft. Moreover if AFIS authority considers providing any information for the safe conduct of the flight, they can provide such information.

AFIS authority informs the crew of the aircrafts on meteorological conditions, namely:

  • Recent data of the surface wind its direction, speed and significant change;
  • The data to set the altimeter pressure QNH, also for request of the aircraft crew, the data for the installation of pressure altimeter QFE;
  • The data about air temperature over the landing-strip while the gas turbine aircrafts taking-off;
  • Provides the information about minimum visibility for the taking-off and initial climb aircraft or if the visibility is less than 10 km, informs the landing aircraft or gives the data of real visibility over the operating landing-strip and only if AFIS authority has such information;
  • Provides the information about specific meteorological conditions in the take-off and climb zone or in the approach and landing zone;
  • AFIS authority provides the information about current weather conditions, cloudiness and lower-level height of the clouds. It must be done when the aircraft landing in meteorological conditions on instrument flight rules.

AFIS authority provides necessary information to the aircraft crew about conditions at the aerodrome to ensure the safety flight of the aircraft. Such information, if possible, should include data regarding:

  • Construction or repair work on the operating area of an aerodrome or nearby;
  • Rugged or broken surfaces on a landing-strip, a taxiway or on apron, despite the availability of appropriate marking;
  • Snow, slush or ice on the landing-strip, a taxiway or on apron;
  • Presence of water on the landing-strip, a taxiway or on apron;
  • Snowdrifts and drifts near the landing-strip, a taxiway or on apron;
  • Other temporary obstacles, including: unmovable vehicles and flying birds in the air or on the ground;
  • The failure or unstable operation of whole airfield lighting system;
  • Or other relevant information.

AFIS authority provides the aircrafts crews with the information regarding changes in the operational status of the visual and non-visual navigation facilities which are vital for aerodrome traffic.

AFIS authority, if necessary, provides to the aircrafts crews reports with the permissions air traffic services receive from the relevant area control center.

AFIS authority is responsible for warning the Head of search and rescue units and emergency rescue teams of the aerodrome in a case if:

  • Appeared emergency situation at the airport or nearby;
  • When received the information about the threat or possibility of threat to safety of the aircraft, which is approaching to the AFIS zone of responsibility;
  • Received request from the aircraft crew;
  • And such a request is considered to be necessary or desirable.

ATTENTION! The authority of the aerodrome "Borodianka" gives the permission to all aircrafts which are intended to enter the airspace of an aerodrome. The permission includes safe separation of the specified track.