WMKK  —  KL INTERNATIONAL / SEPANG

WMKK  AD 2.1   AERODROME LOCATION INDICATOR AND NAME

WMKK  —  KL INTERNATIONAL / SEPANG

WMKK  AD 2.2  AERODROME GEOGRAPHICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

1

ARP coordinates and site at AD

024436N 1014153E

Site: RWY 14R threshold centerline

2

Direction and distance from (city)

Bearing 180°/43KM from Kuala Lumpur.
3

Elevation/Reference temperature

21.15M (70FT) / 32° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN -1.548 M
5

MAG VAR/Annual change

West (2016) / 0.009° decreasing
6

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

Operator:

Post:

MALAYSIA AIRPORTS (SEPANG) SDN. BHD.
4th Floor, Airport Management Centre,
Kuala Lumpur International Airport,

64000, KLIA, SEPANG,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
MALAYSIA

Tel:  +603 - 87769106

Fax:  +603 - 89265012

ATC Services:

Post:

Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia,
Air Traffic Control Tower Complex,
KL International Airport,
64000 KLIA
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Malaysia

Tel:  +603 - 87784000 (General Office)

Tel:  +603 - 87784080 (ATC Tower)

Tel:  +603 - 87784100
+603 - 87784101 (NOF and ARO)

Fax:  +603 - 87784011 (General Office)

Fax:  +603 - 87784022 (ATC Tower)

Fax:  +603 - 87784104 (NOF and ARO)

AFS:  WMKKZTZX

7

Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)

IFR category: Approved international and domestic flights.

VFR category: Approved helicopter operations.

8

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.3  OPERATIONAL HOURS

1

AD Operator

H 24  
2

Customs and immigration

H 24

 
3

Health and sanitation

H 24  
4

AIS Briefing Office

H 24  
5

ATS Reporting Office (ARO)

H 24  
6

MET Briefing Office

H 24  
7

ATS

H 24  
8

Fuelling

PETRONAS Refuelling

SHELL Refuelling

PETRON Aviation Refuelling

:H24

:H24

:H24

9

Handling

Prior arrangement. 
10

Security

H 24  
11

De-icing

-  
12

Remarks

NIL

 

WMKK  AD 2.4  HANDLING SERVICES AND FACILITIES

1

Cargo-handling facilities

Forklift max 6 tonnes. Up to 20 tonnes handling capability
2

Fuel/oil types

Jet A1, AVGAS
3

Fuelling facilities/capacity

Hydrant refuelling
4

De-icing facilities

-
5

Hangar space for visiting aircraft

(a) Malaysia Airlines Berhad Hangar 5 : (2 x B737 and 2 x B747)

(b) Malaysia Airlines Berhad Hangar 6 : (2 x A380)

(c) SAE Hangar 01 : (2 x A330 or 4 x A320 or 4 x B737)

(d) SAE Hangar 02 : (3 x A320 or 4 x ATR)

(e) Air Asia Hangar : (1 x A320)

6

Repair facilities for visiting aircraft

Commercial aircraft up to and including Code F Aircraft.
7

Remarks

Handling services available H24 & by prior arrangement with the aerodrome administration.

WMKK  AD 2.5  PASSENGER FACILITIES

1

Hotels

At the airport and in the City.
2

Restaurants

At the airport and in the City.
3

Transportation

Trains, buses, taxis and car for hire from the Airport.
4

Medical facilities

First aid at the Airport. Hospitals in the City
5

Bank and Post Office

At Airport. Open within Airport HR.
6

Tourist Office

At the Terminal Building.
7

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.6  RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING SERVICES

1

AD category for fire fighting

CAT 10
2

Rescue equipment

Adequately provided as recommended by ICAO.

3

Capability for removal of disabled aircraft

Lifting bags and hydraulic jacks avbl.
4

Remarks

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

WMKK  AD 2.7  SEASONAL AVAILABILITY - CLEARING

1

Types of clearing equipment

-
2

Clearance priorities

-
3

Remarks

-

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

1a

Apron surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32R and 14R/32L)

Surface:

Strength:

Concrete

PCN 90/R/C/W/T

1b

Apron surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32L and 15/33)

ApronJ1 till J17, J2 till J22, K2 till K18, K1 till K13, P1 till P21 and Q1 till Q21K20 till K24, P2 till P12, Q2 till Q21
SurfaceAsphaltAsphalt
StrengthPCN 97/F/D/X/TPCN 114/F/D/X/T
2a

Taxiway width, surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32R and 14R/32L)

Width:

25 M
Surface: Asphalt
Strength:

PCN 100/R/C/W/T

Remark TWY A10 and A11
PCN 90/R/B/W/T
2b

Taxiway width, surface and strength

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32L and 15/33)

TWYU1, U2, U3, U4, U8 and U9U5, U6 and U7
Width18M25M
SurfaceAsphaltAsphalt
StrengthPCN 97/F/D/X/TPCN 114/F/D/X/T
3

Altimeter checkpoint location and elevation

Elevation and geo position. Shown on the Aircraft Parking and Docking Charts.
4

VOR checkpoints

-
5

INS checkpoints

-
6

Remarks

Aircraft Code D and above are not allowed to operate on:

  1. TWY L and extended portion of TWY B south of intersection B14;

  2. TWY U1 to U4, including the connecting TWYs from U3A to U3F and TWYs U8 and U9;

  3. TWYs from Q1 to Q4;

  4. Portion of TWY P and Q north of P1 and Q5.

Aircraft Code E and above are not allowed to taxy:

  1. Taxilane T1;

  2. Between D12 and SAE Hangar.

Pilots are advised of vehicle crossing on TWY U3, U4, U5, U6 AND FM INT Z2, Z3, Z4, Z5, Q3, Q4, Q5, AND Q6.

WMKK  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 all intersections with TWY and RWY and at all holding positions.

Guide lines at apron.

Nose - in guidance at aircraft stands.

2

RWY and TWY markings and LGT

RWY: Runway designation, THR, TDZ, Centre line, Edge, Runway end as appropriate, marked and lighted.

TWY: Centre line, Edge, holding positions at all TWY/RWY intersections, marked and lighted.

3a

Stop bars

(WI the areas of RWY 14L/32R and 14R/32L)

Stop bars on all RWY / TWY intersections.
3b

Stop bars

(WI the areas of RWY 14R/32L and 15/33)

Stop bars on all RWY / TWY intersections and Supplementary Stop bars provided at TWY Q5, Q6 and Q7 located 250M from RWY centerline.
4

Remarks

Surface movement surveillance radar in use.

WMKK  AD 2.10  AERODROME OBSTACLES

In approach/TKOF areas

In circling area and at AD

Remarks

123

RWY NR/Area affected

Obstacle type

Elevation

Markings/LGT

Coordinates

Obstacle type

Elevation

Markings/LGT

Coordinates

abcab

14R/APCH

32L/TKOF

LOC antennas: 19.83M

Red/Red obstruction lights

Telecommunication Tower :
202.76FT AMSL
Marked and lighted

024443.7N 1014147.4E



024552.1N

1014151.9E

024550.0N

1014151.2E

Glide path aerial 27.8M

Red/white

Red obstruction lights

Illuminated WDI 22.60M

024425.6N 1014154.8E

024432.1N 1014158.7E

NIL

32L/APCH

14R/TKOF

LOC antennas 15.46M

Red / Red obstruction lights

AWOS No.7 22.3M

AWOS No.8 22.1M

AWOS NO.9 23.5M

024241.22N 1014309.48E

024254.7N 1014255.5E
024339.7N 1014225.6E
024424.2N 1014155.8E

Glide path aerial 26.63M

Red/white

Red obstruction lights

Illuminated WDI 20.95M

Hill - Bukit Lada 110.048M AMSL

Red obstruction lights

Hill - Bukit Sungai Lanau 100.890M AMSL

Red obstruction lights

Power Plant - 15KM South of THR RWY 32 525FT AMSL

Marked and lighted at night.

024253.83N 1014256.54E

024256.2N 1014255.9E

024232.7N 1014356.6E

024158.1N 1014304.7E

023524.6N 1014327.9E

NIL

14L/APCH

32R/TKOF

LOC antennas 19.23M

Red/Red obstruction lights

AWOS No.2 24.9M

AWOS No.3 25.3M

AWOS No.4 27.6M

Telecommunication Tower :
202.76FT AMSL
Marked and lighted

024648.7N 1014202.5E

024635.0N 1014216.4E

024550.5N 1014245.7E

024506.0N 1014316.1E

024552.1N

1014151.9E

024550.0N

1014151.2E

Glide path aerial 29.60M

Red/white

Red obstruction lights

Illuminated WDI 23.65M

Control tower 141.45M

Red obstruction lights

Radar sensor 69.8M

Red obstruction lights

024636.6N 1014215.3E

024638.9N 1014215.8E

024525.5N 1014208.8E

024630.0N 1014124.0E

NIL

32R/APCH

14L/TKOF

LOC antennas 25.02M

Red/Red obstruction lights

024445.0N 1014325.3E

Glide path aerial 33.21M

Red/white

Red obstruction light

Illuminated WDI 26.56M

Telecommunication Tower

182.88M AMSL

024504.87N 1014316.8E


024457.9N
1014313.4E
024826.19N
1014440.41E

NIL

15/APCH
33/TKOF


LOC antennas
11.7M




AWOS No. 13
11.2M

AWOS No. 14



AWOS No. 15 11.2M
024411.0N
1014021.7E




024408.1N
1014135.8E

024407.8N
1014041.5E


024413.7N 1014021.0E
GP aerial
23.7M
Red/White
Red obstruction light


IIluminated WDI
15.5M

KLIA Control Tower West 146.9M AMSL Red obstruction lights

Multilateration Surveillance System (MSS) Sensors
Antennas:

GS45 - 23.7M




GS46 - 18.7M


GS47 - 18.7M


GS48 - 18.7M

024408.0N
1014042.1E




024414.5N
1014045.1E

024445.7N 1014105.0E






024407.5N 1014041.1E


024328.5N 1014106.3E

024258.6N 1014126.5E

024224.1N 1014148.5E



















Western side of RWY 15/33 and behind the two GP aerials line.
      
33/APCH 15/TKOF



LOC antennas 11.7M



AWOS No.11 11.2M

AWOS No.12 11.2M
024411.0N 1014250.1E



024413.7N 1014250.6E

024407.79N 1014230.18E
GP aerial 23.7M Red/White Red obstruction lights

Illuminated WDI 15.5M

Hill - Bukit Lada 110.0M AMSL Red obstruction lights

Hill - Bukit Sungai Lanau 100.9M AMSL Red obstruction lights
024237.2N 1014143.0E



024238.4N 1014141.3E

024232.7N 1014356.6E


024158.1N 1014304.7E
NIL

WMKK  AD 2.11  METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION PROVIDED

1

Associated MET Office

AMO KLIA
2

Hours of service

MET Office outside hours

H24
3

Office responsible for TAF preparation

Periods of validity

AMO KLIA

30 hr (0006 0612 1218 1824)

4

Trend forecast

Interval of issuance

TREND

Half hourly

5

Briefing/consultation provided

Provided
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, SIGMET, AIRMET, Aerodrome Warning, METAR Bulletin, TAFOR Bulletin, WMKK Take-Off Data, 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

KLIA APP/TWR, Subang ACC/RCC

10

Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)

Tel:  +603 -87872388

Fax: +603 - 87871020 / +603 - 87871019

WMKK  AD 2.12  RUNWAY PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Designations

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
14R 146°T 4000 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 241M conc

100/F/C/W/T - 3519M asph

240 M conc

THR coordinates

024435.84N
1014152.63E

RWY end coordinates

024247.86N
1014305.03E

THR geoid undulation

-1.489M

THR: 16.50M

54.13 FT

32L 326°T 4000 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 240M conc

100/F/C/W/T - 3519M asph

241 M conc

THR coordinates

024247.86N
1014305.03E

RWY end coordinates

024435.84N
1014152.63E

THR geoid undulation

-1.375M

THR: 14.50M

47.57 FT

14L 146°T 4019 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 241M conc

100/F/C/W/T -3537M asph

241 M conc

THR coordinates

024642.52N
1014206.67E

RWY end coordinates

024454.03N
1014319.41E

THR geoid undulation

-1.535M

THR: 16.60M

54.46 FT

32R 326°T 4019 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 241M conc

100/F/C/W/T -3537M asph

241 M conc

THR coordinates

024454.03N
1014319.41E

RWY end coordinates

024642.52N
1014206.67E

THR geoid undulation

-1.411M

THR: 21.15M

69.39 FT

15 146°T 3960 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 550M conc

100/F/C/W/T - 3089M asph

321M conc

THR coordinates

024417.57N 1014038.97E

RWY end coordinates

024230.67N
1014150.65E

THR geoid undulation

-1.613M

THR: 8.1M

26.63FT

33 326°T 3960 x 60

90/R/C/W/T - 321M conc

100/F/C/W/T - 3089M asph

550M conc

THR coordinates

024230.67N 1014150.65E

RWY end coordinates

024417.57N
1014038.97E

THR geoid undulation

-1.492M

THR: 8.3M

27.13FT

Slope of RWY-SWY

SWY dimensions (M)

CWY dimensions (M)Strip dimensions (M)OFZRemarks
789101112
0.05%

NIL

NIL

4120 x 300Provided

RESA RWY 14R:

120 M x 120M

0.05%

NIL

NIL

4120 x 300Provided

RESA RWY 32L:

176 M x 120M

0.12%

NIL

NIL

4139 x 300Provided

RESA RWY 14L:

225 M x 120M

0.12%

NIL

NIL

4139 x 300Provided

RESA RWY 32R:

120 M x 120M

0.00%

NIL

NIL

4080 x 300Provided

RESA RWY 15:

240M X 120M

0.00%

NIL

NIL

4080 x 300Provided

RESA RWY 33:

240M X 120M

WMKK  AD 2.13  DECLARED DISTANCES

RWY designatorTORA (M)TODA (M)ASDA (M)LDA (M)Remarks
123456
 FROMTORA    
14L THRESHOLD

4019

(13182FT)

4019

(13182FT)

4019

(13182FT)

4019

(13182FT)

NIL

 TWY A2

3604

(11182FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A3

2832

(9289FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A4

2520

(8266FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A5

2070

(6790FT)

   

NIL

32R RUNWAY EXTREMITY

4019

(13182FT)

4019

(13182FT)

4019

(13182FT)

4019

(13182FT)

NIL

 TWY A10

3954

(12969FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A9

3634

(11920FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A8

2887

(9469FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A7

2574

(8443FT)

   

NIL

 TWY A6

2065

(6773FT)

   

NIL

14R RUNWAY EXTREMITY

4000

(13120FT)

4000

(13120FT)

4000

(13120FT)

4000

(13120FT)

NIL

 

TWY C1

NIL

   

NIL

 TWY C2

3887

(12749FT)

   

NIL

 TWY P2

3839

(12595FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C3

3566

(11696FT)

   

NIL

 TWY P3

3519

(11545FT)

   

NIL

 TWY P4

3150

(10335FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C4

2820

(9250FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C5

2507

(8223FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C6

2050

(6724FT)

   

NIL

32L THRESHOLD

4000

(13120FT)

4000

(13120FT)

4000

(13120FT)

4000

(13120FT)

NIL

 TWY C10

3585

(11759FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C9

2812

(9223FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C8

2500

(8202FT)

   

NIL

 TWY C7

2048

(6717FT)

   

NIL

15RUNWAY EXTREMITY

3960

(12992FT)

3960

(12992FT)

3960

(12992FT)

(12992FT)

NIL

 TWY Y1

NIL

   

NIL

 TWY Y2

3727

(12228FT)

   

NIL

 TWY Y3

3400

(11155FT)

   

NIL

 TWY Y4

2630

(8627FT)

   

NIL

 TWY Y5

2180

(7152FT)

   

NIL

33THRESHOLD

3960

(12992FT)

3960

(12992FT)

3960

(12992FT)

3960

(12992FT)

NIL

 TWY Y9

NIL

   

NIL

 TWY Y8

372827M

(1255612231FT)

   

NIL

 TWY Y7

2632

(8635FT)

   

NIL

 TWY Y6

2182

(7159FT)

   

NIL

WMKK  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
14R

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900Mto 300M
Green / NIL

PAPI

LEFT

21.5 M

900

4000M,
15M

White:
0-3156M

Red/White: 3156M - 3756M

Red:
3756M - 4000M,

LIH

4000M, 60M

White:
0 -3456M

Yellow: 3456M - 4000M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

32L

CATII

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900Mto 300M

Green / Green

PAPI

Left/Right

21.5 M

900

4000M,
15M

White:
0-3100M

Red/White: 3100M - 3700M

Red:
3700M - 4000M,

LIH

4019M, 60M

White:
0 -3419M

Yellow: 3419M - 4019M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

14L

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor DischargeLights from 900Mto 300M
Green / Green

PAPI

Left/Right

21.5 M

900

4019M,
15M

White:
0-3119M

Red/White: 3119M - 3719M

Red:
3719M - 4019M,

LIH

4019M, 60M

White:
0 -3419M

Yellow: 3419M - 4019M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

32R

CATII

900 M

LIH

Capacitor Discharge Lights from 900Mto 300M

Green / Green

PAPI

Left/Right

21.5 M

900

4019M,
15M

LIH: 0-3224M

Red/White: 3224M - 3824M

Red:
3824M - 4019M,

LIH

4019M, 60M

White:
0 - 3419M

Yellow: 3419M - 4019M,

LIH

Red

NIL

NIL

15 CAT1

900 M

LIH

Green / Green PAPI

Right

21.5 M

NIL

3960M, 15M

White:

0 - 3060M

Red/White:

3060M - 3660M

Red:

3660M - 3960M,

LIH
3960M, 60M White:0 - 3360MYellow:3360M - 3960M,LIH Red

NIL

NIL

33 CAT1

900 M

LIH

Green / Green PAPI

Right

21.5 M

NIL

3960M, 15M White:0 - 3060MRed/White:3060M - 3660MRed:3660M - 3960M,
LIH
3960M, 60M
White:0 - 3360MYellow:3360M - 3960M,
LIH
Red

NIL

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.15  OTHER LIGHTING, SECONDARY POWER SUPPLY

1

ABN/IBN location, characteristics and operational hours

NIL

2

LDI location and LGT

Anemometer location and LGT

LDI: NIL

Illuminated Wind Direction Indicator (Illuminated WDI).

14L: 345M from THR at Left; Lighted

32R: 200M from THR at Left; Lighted

14R: 200M from THR at left; Lighted

32L: 310M from THR at Left; Lighted

15:185M from THR at Left; Lighted.

33:400M from THR at Left; Lighted.

3

TWY edge and centre line lighting

Edge: At all TWY curves and fillets

Centre Line: At all TWY.

Intermediate Holding Position: At all TWY intersections.

4a

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Secondary power supply to all lighting:

Switch over time:

1 sec - All Runway, Approach, Stop Bar and PAPI

15 sec - All TWY Edge, Centre Line, Signs, Obstacles and Illuminated WDI.

4b

Secondary power supply/switch-over time

Switch-over time 10 seconds.
5

Remarks

Stop Bar: At all TWY entering RWY.

WMKK  AD 2.16  HELICOPTER LANDING AREA

1

Coordinates TLOF or THR of FATO

Geoid undulation

024550.68N 1014204.20E
2

TLOF and/or FATO elevation M/FT

22.10M/72.51FT.
3

TLOF and FATO area dimensions, surface, strength, marking

Rectangle, 30M x 30M, Asphalt, 30 Tonnes

White edges and white letter H

4

True BRG of FATO

True North Bearing - 61 45 00 from ARG X-axis

Magnetic Bearing - 10.69 min West of True North.

5

Declared distance available

NIL

6

APP and FATO lighting

NIL

7

Remarks

Ground taxi to apron

WMKK  AD 2.17  ATS AIRSPACE

1

Designation and lateral limits

KUALA LUMPUR CTR

Semi circle of 15NM radius centred on Kuala Lumpur (VKL) DVOR/DME (024328N 1014417E) fm 024450N 1015913E clockwise to 023709N 1013041E then a straight line to 030134N 1011921E then a semicircle of 15NM radius centred on SAAS Subang ARP (030752N 1013253E) clockwise to 032245N 1013454E then a straight line to 032133N 1014406E then a semi circle of 15NM radius centred on Simpang ARP (030641N 1014209E) clockwise to 030803N 1015706E then a straight line to 024450N 1015913E.

2

Vertical limits

SFC to 3500FT ALT
3

Airspace classification

Class C (except for WMR 418/236 which is G)
4

ATS unit call sign

Language(s)

Lumpur Arrival, Lumpur Departure, Lumpur Radar.

Lumpur Tower.

English

5

Transition altitude

11000 FT ALT
6

Remarks

NIL

WMKK  AD 2.18  ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES

Service designation

Call sign

Frequency

Hours of operation

Remarks

12345
APP LUMPUR ARRIVAL

118.650 MHZ

121.250 MHZ

124.200 MHZ

125.850 MHZ

H24 -
APP LUMPUR RADAR 119.450 MHZ

120.350 MHZ

124.650 MHZ

125.100 MHZ

135.750 MHZ

-
APP LUMPUR DEPARTURE 135.250 MHZ -
AERODROME CONTROL LUMPUR TOWER

118.800 MHZ

RWY 14L/32R
AERODROME CONTROL LUMPUR TOWER

118.500 MHZ

RWY 14R/32L
AERODROME CONTROL LUMPUR TOWER 119.800 MHZRWY 15/33
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

121.650 MHZ

TWY A including taxiways A1 to A11
TWY B including taxiways B5 to B13
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND

121.800 MHZ

TWY C including taxiways C1 to C11
TWY D including taxiways D1 to D13
TWY E including taxiways E1 to E5
TWY K between taxiways E and D
TWY F between taxiways F6 and D
TWY G between taxiways F6 and D
TWY F6, T6 between taxiways F and T7
TWY T7 between taxiways D and T6
TWY T13 and the VVIP Apron
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 122.525 MHZTWY P including taxiways P1 to P4
TWY Q including taxiways Q1 to Q7
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 118.050 MHZTWY Y including taxiways Y1 to Y9
TWY Z including taxiways Z1 to Z8
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 122.150 MHZTWY T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T8, T9 and T12
TWY T6 between taxiways T7 and T9
TWY T7 between taxiways T5 and T6
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 122.850 MHZTWY F between taxiways B and F6
TWY G between taxiways B and F6
TWY S1, S6, S7, S8, S10, F1, F2, F3, F4 and F5
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 122.275 MHZTWY H
TWY S2, S3, S4, S5 and S9
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 123.250 MHZTWY A between A11 and B14
TWY B between B13 and N2
TWY B14
TWY L, N1 and N2
TWY K between B and E
TWY H3 and H5
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 121.725 MHZ(TAXILANE U1, U2, U7, U8 and U9)
SURFACE MOVEMENT CONTROL LUMPUR GROUND 122.550 MHZ TWY U3 including taxiways U3A to U3F
TWY U4
SURFACE MOVEMENT GROUND LUMPUR GROUND 130.75 MHZ (TWY U5 including taxiways U5A to U5DTWY U6
ACD LUMPUR DELIVERY 126.000 MHZ H24Airways clearance, SSR code allocation and departure slot time
ATIS LUMPUR TERMINAL INFORMATION 126.450 MHZ Departure ATIS.
Synthesized voice broadcast.
ATIS LUMPUR TERMINAL INFORMATION 128.05 MHZArrival ATIS.
Synthesized voice broadcast.

WMKK  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
DVOR/DME VKL

116.100 MHZ

CH 108X

H24
024328N 1014417E
90 M

NIL

ILS/DME CAT I IEL

108.500 MHZ

CH 22X

GP/DME: 024636.6N 1014215.3E
LOC: 024444.99N 1014325.57E
19.8 M 14L
ILS/DME CAT I IER

109.100 MHZ

CH 28X

GP/DME: 024504.9N 1014316.8E
LOC: 024648.7N 1014202.5E
23.41 M 32R
ILS/DME CAT I IWR

110.700 MHZ

CH 44X

GP/DME: 024425.6N 1014154.8E
LOC: 024241.7N 1014309.2E
24 M 14R
ILS/DME CAT I IWL

111.900 MHZ

CH 56X

GP/DME: 024254.0N 1014256.7E
LOC: 024443.6N 1014147.4E
25 M 32L
ILS/DME CAT I IWK

110.100 MHZ

CH 38X

GP/DME: 024407.4N024408.0N 1014041.4E1014042.1E
LOC: 024222.2N 1014156.3E
24 24 M 15
ILS/DME CAT I IWM

111.500 MHZ

CH 52X

GP/DME: 024236.7N024237.2N 1014142.2E1014143.0E
LOC: 024425.3N024426.1N 1014033.2E1014033.3E
22 24 M 33

WMKK  AD 2.20  LOCAL TRAFFIC REGULATIONS

2.20.1  Aircraft Start Up And / Or Push Back
2.20.1.1 The pilot-in-command of a departing aircraft shall contact LUMPUR DELIVERY for ATC clearance 5 minutes before engine start.
2.20.1.2 In order to reduce congestion at the holding points during peak hours, a procedure to regulate departures will be enforced. Departing aircraft may expect delay at start-up. Aircraft with ATC time restrictions will be afforded priority for start and push back.
2.20.1.3 All aircraft shall obtain approval from air traffic control for engine start and/or push back.
2.20.1.4 Aircraft push back shall be onto a push back line (where present) or a taxilane. During aircraft push back, it shall be the responsibility of the pilot-in-command and aircraft marshalle to ensure that the area behind the aircraft is clear of vehicles and other objects.
2.20.1.5 In conducting a push back, the pilot-in-command shall ensure that the manoeuvre will align the aircraft with the directional flow of the published taxi route to the assigned runway unless instructed otherwise by Air Traffic Control. Taxi routes (departures) are defined and shown on the Aerodrome Ground Movement Charts
2.20.1.6 When ATC intends to issue an alternative taxi route, the push back approval will specify a direction or an apron exit taxiway. The pilot-in-command shall ensure that the direction of push back enables the aircraft to taxi via the specified apron exit taxiway later.
2.20.1.7 During engine start, it shall be the responsibility of the pilot-in-command and aircraft marshaller to ensure that the aircraft is at the correct position for engine start and the area of the blast zone is clear during engine start.
2.20.1.8 It is prudent practice for aircraft to be pushed back from the parking stand before engine start. However, if required due to technical reasons, an engine start may be approved by Air Traffic Control whilst aircraft is at the parking stand. Such engine start shall not be above idle power. The pilot-in-command and aircraft marshaller are responsible for any damage(s) caused by the effects of the engine blast.
2.20.1.9 Power back at KL International Airport is not permitted.
2.20.1.10 Pilots are to switch on their aircraft transponder after a push back approval has been obtained from ATC. Pilots shall ensure that their aircraft transponder is operating (set XPNDR or the equivalent according to specific installation, AUTO if available, not OFF or SDBY) and the assigned Mode A code selected.
2.20.1.11 If no transponder code is provided, the aircraft shall use the non-discrete code 1000.
2.20.2  Taxiing Routes - Departure And Arrival
2.20.2.1 Arriving and departing aircraft shall follow the published (standard) taxi routes described in the aerodrome ground movement charts as applicable, unless directed otherwise by ATC. The issuance by ATC of a taxi route to an aircraft does not relieve the Pilot-In-Command of the responsibility to maintain separation with other aircraft on the movement area or to comply with ATC directions intended to regulate aircraft on the manoeuvring area.
2.20.2.2 For each aircraft apron, access and exit taxiways are defined (shown on the Aerodrome Ground Movement Chart) and are included in the standard taxiing routes. In conducting engine start and push back, pilots-in-command should be aware that they will be required to proceed by a exit or access taxiway in accordance with the published taxi routes or as specified by ATC.
2.20.2.3 Taxiing clearance limits may be applied.
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 may expect delays at start-up.Aircraft with ATC time restrictions will be afforded priority for start and push back.
2.20.4.2 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 and departure slot allocations and management. The order of departure may not be the order in which aircraft arrive at the departure queue.
2.20.5  Crossing an unservicable Stop Bar
2.20.5.1 Where a stop bar becomes unserviceable, and it is not possible to re-route an aircraft holding at the associated RHP, ATC will take one of the following actions:
  1. Issue a instruction to the pilot to cross the lit stop bar."Stop bar unserviceable, cross red stop bar, line up runway (designator)”, or

  2. Use a Follow-Me Vehicle to guide the aircraft through the lit stop bar.

2.20.6  Aircraft Stand Allocation
2.20.6.1 Flight Operations Management (FOM), Malaysia Airports Sepang Sdn. Bhd. will allocate aircraft stands for all flights.
2.20.7  Helicopter Operations
2.20.7.1 All helicopters shall land at, and take-off from the Helipad.
2.20.7.2 KLIA shall routes via KLIA HELICOPTER ACCESS ROUTES as below:
a) Mantin - 1000FT - Track 250°/070° - Salak - KLIA
b) Semenyih - 1000FT - Track 210°/030° - Salak - KLIA
Hours of operation: HJ
Note:
  1. These access routes are restricted to helicopter traffic having landing rights at KLIA.

  2. Clearance limit inbound: Salak

2.20.7.3 Pilots-in-command of helicopters wishing to depart from KL International Airport shall call the Lumpur Tower (118.80 MHz) for ATC clearance prior to commencing any taxiing movement. Clearance for take-off will be provided by Aerodrome Control. The take-off clearance may be accompanied by an initial tracking clearance to resolve aerodrome traffic conflicts.
2.20.7.4 Pilot in command of arriving helicopters will be issued with tracking instruction to avoid aerodrome traffic conflicts and a clearance to the helipad.
2.20.7.5 After landing at the helipad, the pilot-in-command will be issued with a parking position within the vicinity of the helipad. The pilot-in-command shall taxi the aircraft to the parking position. Parking on the marked helipad landing area is not permitted
2.20.8  Procedures For Towing of Aircraft.
2.20.8.1 The Pilot In Command or Tow Master shall contact Lumpur Ground on the appropriate VHF frequency prior start-up or prior towing.
2.20.8.2 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. ATC will assign a discrete transponder code in order to give pilot/towing master as far as possible, information about other traffic.
2.20.9  Jet Blast Procedures
2.20.9.1 Jet Blast Procedures for KL International Airport are as follows:
Aircraft StandStandard Pushback ProceduresStandard Departure Taxi RoutesNon Standard Departure Taxi RoutesPushback Procedures

A03 and A05

B03 and B05

Aircraft to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point 100 metres from blast fence before taxiing out.
Engine start at the bay is prohibited.
Engine start is only permitted at breakway point.
 
A02 and A04Aircraft to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam A06 before taxiing out. 
B02 and B04Aircraft to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam bay Bravo 6 before taxiing out. 
C02, C04, C06, C13 and C15

Wide body aircraft at Bay C06 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C04 before taxiing out.

Wide body aircraft at Bay C13 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C15 before taxiing out.

Wide body aircraft at Bays C02 and C04 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C06 before taxiing out.
C03, C07, C34 and C36Wide body aircraft at Bays C34 and C36 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C36 before taxiing out.Wide body aircraft at Bays C03 and C07 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C07 before taxiing out.
C14, C16, C23 and C25Wide body aircraft at Bays C23 and C25 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C25 before taxiing out.Wide body aircraft at Bays C14 and C16 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C16 before taxiing out.
C24, C26, C33 and C35Wide body aircraft at Bays C33 and C35 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C35 before taxiing out.Wide body aircraft at Bays C24 and C26 to be pushed back and towed forward to breakaway point abeam Bay C26 before taxiing out.
CARGO BAYSAll wide body aircraft at cargo bays are to be pushed back and aligned on taxiway centreline before taxiing out. 
2.20.9.2  Bay B3

Aircraft have to tow in to Bay B3 in the event of VDGS unserviceable to avoid aircraft jet blast during breakway on aircraft stand taxilane.

2.20.10  VISUAL DOCKING GUIDANCE SYSTEMS PROCEDURES KLIA TERMINAL
2.20.10.1  VDGS AIRPARK
2.20.10.1.1  Bays:
A3,A5,A7,A9,A11,B3,B5,B7,B9, B11 Pilot Instructions:
Azimuth Guidance and Stop Information provided from a Display Unit mounted in the extension of the stand centerline in front of the cockpit. The Azimuth Guidance is aligned for the pilot occupying the left seat.

2.20.10.2  VDGS APIS++
2.20.10.2.1  Bays: A2M,A2R,A2L,B2M,B2L,B2R,B4M,B4L,B4R,C1,C2M,C3M,C4,C6,C11,C12M,C13,C14,C15,C16C17,C21,C22M,C23,C24,C25,C26, C27,C31,C32M,C33,C34,C35,C36,C37.
2.20.10.2.2  Pilot Instructions:
Azimuth Guidance, Stop Information, Closing Rate and Aircraft Type Display provided from a Display Unit mounted in the extension of the stand centerline The Azimuth Guidance is aligned for the pilot occupying the left seat. Check correct aircraft type/series on the Display Unit.
Safety Measures:
ABORT Docking if Display Unit shows STOP or WRONG AIRCRAFT TYPE/SERIES, or Azimuth Guidance Display NOT ACTIVATED.

2.20.10.3  VDGS SAFEDOCK
2.20.10.3.1  Bays:
A4R, A4L, A6R, A6L, A8R, A8L, A10R, A10L, B6R, B6L, A4M, A6M, A8M, A10M, B6M, B8M, B8L, B8R, B10M, B10L, B10R.
2.20.10.3.2  Azimuth Guidance, Stop Information, Closing Rate and Aircraft Type Display provided from a Display Unit mounted in the extension of the stand centerline The Azimuth Guidance is available for use by the Pilots occupying BOTH the left and right seats. Check correct aircraft type/series on the Display Unit.
Safety Measures:
ABORT Docking if Display Unit shows STOP or WRONGAIRCRAFT TYPE/SERIES, or Azimuth Guidance Display NOT ACTIVATED.








2.20.10.4  CENTRELINES WITH NO VDGS
2.20.10.4.1  Bays:
C2R,C2L,C3R,C3L,C12R,C12L C22R,C22L,C32R,C32L
2.20.10.4.2  Aircraft that use this bays shall use Hand Marshalling
2.20.11  RLG GIS206-2 AUTOMATED GUIDE-IN SYSTEM AND DOCKING PROCEDURES KLIA2 TERMINAL
2.20.11.1  INTRODUCTION
2.20.11.1.1 The RLG GIS206-2 Automated Guide-In System is a fully automatic aircraft docking guidance system for various types of modern aircraft installed at the fixed gates of the klia2 Terminal KL International Airport,Sepang.
2.20.11.2  ESCRIPTION OF SYSTEM
2.20.11.2.1 The RLG GIS206-2 Laser Guided Docking System utilizes 2-axis laser scanning technique to track both the lateral and longitudinal positions of the incoming aircraft. This 3-D approach allows the system to identify the incoming aircraft and check it against the one selected by the operator. If the incoming aircraft fails to match the expected aircraft, an ‘NO ID’ indication is immediately issued to both the pilot and the co-pilot.
2.20.11.2.2 Aircraft type, continuous closing distance, and azimuth guidance, etc, are presented on a single console clearly visible to both the pilot and co-pilot, simultaneously. Figure A shows the Aircraft Display console, mounted on the terminal in front of the aircraft stand.
2.20.11.2.3 The system is operated only in the automatic mode. When the system fails, the aircraft must then be marshalled into the stand manually.

Figure A:

In this picture the aircraft is at 10 Metres and is on the centre line.


2.20.11.3  DOCKING PROCEDURES
2.20.11.3.1 Pilot must stop the aircraft immediately if he or she sees that:
  1. The docking system is not activated

  2. A wrong type of the aircraft indicates ’ NO ID ’ is dispalyed.

  3. the word STOP is displayed.

2.20.11.3.2 Confirm that the correct aircraft type is displayed. Proceed slowly forward.
2.20.11.3.3 Look at the azimuth guidance bars at the lower centre of the display, and interpret the guidance as shown, always steering to the green:
2.20.11.3.4 When the aircraft is approaching approximately 40 metres from the stop position, closing information will start to display. The display information below the aircraft type is the digital readout of the close-in distance, in 1-meter decimal place decrement from 40-5 metres and in 0.1-meter decrement below 5 meters. The close-in distance is also displayed in the form of a progress meter (Arrow Pointer), at the lower left corner of the display console. The progress arrow starts to activate approximately at 40 metres, moving forward at 2.5 metres decrement, and will reach the target line at the stop position.
2.20.11.3.5 During the docking process, the user shall confirm that the correct aircraft type is displayed on the LED Display Console and proceed slowly forward to the terminal gate.

2.20.11.3.6 When the correct position is reached, the digital readout will display the word STOP, in red. The progress meter will indicate the merging of the arrow and the target line.
2.20.11.3.7 If the aircraft stops at the correct position, the word " OK " will be displayed after a few seconds, then the entire display will turn off, indicating the completion of the docking sequence.
2.20.11.3.8 If the aircraft overshoots, the word " 2FAR " will be displayed
2.20.11.3.9 The aircraft must be identified and confirmed at least 12 metres before the correct stopping position. If this does not occur, the system will displays " STOP " in red. At this point, the aircraft must be manually guided by a marshaller.

2.20.11.3.10  Safety Measure
2.20.11.3.10.1 Pilot must stop the aircraft immediately if he or she sees that:
  1. The docking system is not activated

  2. A wrong type of aircraft shows ’ NO ID ’ is displayed.

  3. The word STOP is displayed

2.20.11.3.10.2 When using the automated docking system, the pilot must taxi into the aircraft stand at minimum speed. The system will display " SLOW " if the aircraft taxi speed is too fast for reliable detection.
2.20.11.3.10.3 To avoid overshoot, the pilot is advised to approach the stop position slowly and observed the closing rate information displayed. Closing information is displayed both as digital readout and in the form of progress meter. Pilot should stop the aircraft immediately when seeing " STOP " indication or when signaled by the marshaller.
2.20.11.3.10.4 The system will indicate any overshoot by displaying " 2 FAR ".
2.20.11.4  Aircraft Stand minimum clearance

WMKK  AD 2.21  NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

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WMKK  AD 2.22  FLIGHT PROCEDURES

2.22.1  General
2.22.1.1 All operations into and out of KL International Airports shall be in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules. Helicopter flights to and from KL International Airport may be in accordance with the Visual Flight Rules.
2.22.2  Clearance Delivery
2.22.2.1 Pilots-in-command shall request from Lumpur Clearance Delivery an airways clearance 5 minutes before engine start-up. Slot departure times, if in effect, will also be provided from Lumpur Clearance Delivery.
2.22.2.2 Not withstanding para 2.22.2.1 above, eastbound departures planned along the following ATS route segments shall only request an airways clearance when they are ready for engine start:
  1. R208

  2. VPK M758

  3. VPK M761

  4. VPK L629

2.22.3  Aerodrome Control And Apron Services
2.22.3.1 Aerodrome control services at KL International Airport are provided by air traffic control from Tower East, Tower West and Apron Control Tower. Regulation of aircraft movement within the aprons are provided:
  1. From Tower East for Aprons ETN, ETS, ETE, ETW, ESW, ESN and ECS

  2. From Tower West for Aprons WTN, WTS, WTE, WTW, WSN, WSS, WSE and WSW

  3. From Apron Control Tower for Aprons ESE, ESS, ECE, ECN and ECW

2.22.3.2 Aerodrome control services at KL International Airport are provided for all runways, taxiways designated apron taxiways and aircraft stand taxilane.
2.22.3.3 On runways and designated taxiways air traffic control controls and regulates:
  1. Aircraft with respect to other aircraft, vehicles and obstructions;

  2. Vehicles with respect to aircraft.

2.22.3.4 On apron taxiways and aircraft stand taxilane, and other designated parts of the movement area, air traffic control regulates aircraft with respect to other aircraft and fixed obstructions. Air traffic control does not provide regulation or control of aircraft with respect to vehicles or people movement on this areas.
2.22.3.5 The pilot-in-command and aircraft marshallers shall be responsible for the safety of aircraft with respect to all vehicles during push back, engine start up and taxiing. Prior to, and during, engine start up, the pilot-in-command and aircraft marshallers shall be responsible to ensure that the aircraft is towed to the correct position for engine start and that the appropriate blast zone behind an aircraft is clear during engine start up.
2.22.4  Communication Services
2.22.4.1 On the movement area, all communications between air traffic control and pilots and between air traffic control and drivers of vehicles is on VHF. The functions and associated VHF frequencies are indicated in para WMKK AD 2.18. ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES.
2.22.5  Approach And Departure Procedures
2.22.5.1  Departing Aircraft
2.22.5.1.1 If the SID has been cancelled and replaces with a Radar Departure):

“ATC: "….callsign, recleared on Sepang (…..) Departure"

If a pilot is to fly a radar heading after airbourne: ATC: "callsign, fly heading ..... / maintain runway heading. Climb to .... FT. Runway ....., cleared for take-off"

2.22.5.1.2 Contact "Lumpur Departure" after airborne as soon as practicable before passing 2000FT on frequency 135.25 MHz.
2.22.5.1.2.1 If the departure frequency is different from the standard in para 2.22.5.1.3:
"…callsign, departure frequency (……), Runway (designator), cleared for take-off."…”
2.22.5.1.2.2 On the first contact with Approach after becoming airborne, advise the SID/RD identifier or assigned heading, the last level vacated to the nearest 100FT and the assigned altitude

Examples:
If the aircraft is on SID or RD
:“…callsign, ..KIMAT ONE CHARLIE Departure, leaving one thousand seven hundred, climbing to six thousand…”


If the aircraft is on assigned heading
:“…callsign, ..on heading (.....), leaving one thousand seven hundred, climbing to six thousand…”

2.22.5.1.3   Immediate Take-off Clearance
2.22.5.1.3.1  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;

  3. if unable to comply with the instruction, inform ATC immediately.

2.22.5.1.4   Wake turbulence waiver
2.22.5.1.4.1 Pilots-in-command of departing aircraft may choose to commence take-off without the applicable wake turbulence standard being applied. In this event the following conditions will apply:
  1. The pilot shall expressly initiate the request for waiver using the phraseology: “callsign...request wake turbulence waiver...”

  2. Waiver on the wake turbulence standard shall apply in VMC by day;

  3. The waiver shall not apply to a LIGHT or MEDIUM aircraft taking off behind a HEAVY aircraft take-off, if the take-off by the LIGHT or MEDIUM aircraft is commenced from a point more than 150 metres along the runway in the direction of take-off, from the commencement point of the HEAVY aircraft take-off.

2.22.5.1.4.2 When a pilot-in-command requests for a wake turbulence waiver, the pilot acknowledges that ATC will no longer be responsible for the application of wake turbulence separation standards to that specific flight operation.
2.22.5.2  Landing Aircraft
2.22.5.2.1 A succeeding aircraft may be cleared to land before the preceding landing aircraft which has landed or before the preceding departing aircraft which has commenced take-off run, is clear of the runway-in-use provided the following conditions are met:
  1. In VMC;

  2. ATC must have reasonable assurance that the appropriate separation will exist when the succeeding aircraft crosses the runway threshold;

  3. when issuing a landing clearance following the application of the above procedures, ATC will issue the following aircraft with the instruction below:

    " Preceding (aircraft type) vacating runway via (taxiway designator), surface wind....Runway (designator) cleared to land,…”

    "
    Preceding (aircraft type) is rolling for departure, surface wind....Runway (designator), cleared to land,…”

2.22.5.2.1.1  After landing flight crew requirement : Pilot should ensure that the transponder is operating (set XPNDR or the equivalent according to specific installation, AUTO if available, Not OFF or STDBY) after landing continuously until the aircraft is fully parked on stand.
2.22.5.3  Missed Approach Procedures
2.22.5.3.1 When a pilot-in-command executes a "go around", he 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.
2.22.5.4  Height Restrictions (Arriving Aircraft)
2.22.5.4.1  As part of Air Traffic Flow Management measures to regulate arrivals into WMKK via waypoint SALAX and PUGER, The following height restrictions shall be observed:

SALAX - FL220 or Below

PUGER - FL310 or Below

2.22.5.5  Speed Restrictions (Arriving Aircraft)
2.22.5.5.1 FLOW management is used to regulate traffic destined for KLIA. The flow control sequencing action, as described in AIP ENR 1.9 – 1, may include:
  1. speed control;

  2. radar vectoring; and

  3. holding.

2.22.5.5.2 The speed restriction of 250 kt IAS below 10,000FT is now applicable unless ATC issues the instruction “maintain high speed”.
2.22.5.5.3   Speed Limitation Points On Arrival And Approach Procedure
2.22.5.5.3.1  Pilots cleared to proceed on Conventional STARs shall comply with following speed restrictions:
ARRIVALSPEED RESTRICTIONS
KIKAL THREE

Cross KIKAL 220 KIAS

160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown

DAKUS ONE VICTOR

PULIP ONE VICTOR

SAROX ONE VICTOR

GUPTA ONE VICTOR

SALAX ONE VICTOR

INTOT ONE VICTOR

VKL VOR/DME 230 KIAS

LAPIR THREE

Cross LAPIR 220 KIAS

160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown

2.22.5.5.3.2 Pilots cleared to proceed on RNAV1 STAR shall comply with speed restrictions reported on applicable coding table.
2.22.5.5.3.3 Pilots cleared to proceed on RNAV1 Initial Approach Segment shall comply with speed restrictions reported on applicable coding table.
2.22.5.5.3.4 Pilots cleared to a published Instrument Approach Procedure shall comply with following speed restrictions:
  1. 180 KIAS at Intermediate Fix (IF);

  2. 160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown.

2.22.5.5.4   Speed Limitation Points When Star Is Cancelled
2.22.5.5.4.1 Pilots shall adopt the following speeds when notified that the STAR is cancelled:
  1. Under radar vectors:

    1. 250 KIAS on passing 10,000FT;

    2. 220 KIAS on turning base;

    3. 180 KIAS on turning to intercept the localizer;

    4. 160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown.

  2. Own navigation to intercept the final approach track:

    1. 250 KIAS on passing 10,000FT;

    2. 220 KIAS 20 track miles from touchdown;

    3. 180 KIAS 15 track miles from touchdown;

    4. 160 KIAS from 10NM until 5NM to touchdown.

2.22.5.5.4.2 ATC may issue other speeds to achieve a more accurate spacing, e.g. 220 KIAS prior to base turn.
2.22.5.5.5   Cancellation Of Speed Restrictions
2.22.5.5.5.1 Pilots need not adopt the speed restrictions at the speed limitation points when they are issued a “No ATC Speed Restriction” clearance by ATC.
2.22.6  Hazardaous Weather Warning
2.22.6.1 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 " ........, Runway 14L, arrival, micro burst, headwind loss 40 knots, 2 mile final".

2.22.7  Visibility Condition
2.22.7.1  General
2.22.7.1.1 There are 3 visibility conditions under which the airport may be required to operate:
  1. Visibility Condition 1

    1. Horizontal visibility sufficient for pilot to taxi and to avoid collision with other traffic on the taxiways and at intersections by visual reference, and for personnel of air traffic control units to exercise control over all traffic on the basis of visual surveillance; and

    2. The visibility shall not be less than 800M or 550M RVR.

  2. Visibility Condition 2

    1. Horizontal visibility sufficient for pilot to taxi and to avoid collision with other traffic on the taxiways and at intersections by visual reference, but insufficient for personnel of air traffic control units to exercise control over all traffic on the basis of visual surveillance; and

    2. The visibility shall not be less than 400M RVR.

  3. Visibility Condition 3:

    1. Horizontal visibility less than 400M RVR.

2.22.7.2  Visibility Condition 2 and 3
2.22.7.2.1 Regulation of aircraft and vehicles shall be as follows :
  1. Air traffic control shall be responsible for the regulation of aircraft and vehicles with respect to other aircraft and the provision of essential traffic information on aircraft to pilots-in-command and drivers of vehicles to facilitate separation;

  2. Pilots-in-command shall be responsible for maintaining separation with other aircraft on the manoeuvring area, other than the runways;

  3. Drivers of vehicles shall be responsible for separation with aircraft and other vehicles.

2.22.7.2.2 When low visibility, procedures are in operation, air traffic control will:
  1. Broadcast on the ATIS that low visibility procedures are in operation;

  2. Direct aircraft to use the full length of the runway or the last holding point available for departure (if full length is not available);

  3. Provide runway landing intervals of 6NM or more;

  4. Provide landing clearances no later than 2NM from touchdown;

  5. Provide pilot-in-command of every departing and landing aircraft with the current RVR reading for the relevant runway

2.22.7.2.3 When low visibilty procedure are in operation, pilots-in-command shall:
  1. Ensure that after landing, the aircraft clears the LSA as soon as possible and report runway vacated;

  2. Be aware that any emergency conditions (brake fire etc.) may not be visible to the control tower or AFRS.

  3. Adjust aircraft taxiing speeds to ensure that they are able to comply with ATC instruction

2.22.7.2.4 Air traffic control will separate aircraft using the following methods:
  1. Pilots-in-command will be provided with taxiing clearances and clearance limits which, in the event of a potential conflict, require the pilot-in-command to hold short of a taxiway intersection and report sighting and able to follow, or pass behind, the conflicting aircraft;

  2. If the pilot-in-command is not able to see the conflicting aircraft, clearance to proceed will be withheld until the preceding aircraft has reported passing the next taxiway intersection;

  3. If visual contact is lost, pilots-in-command shall inform air traffic control immediately and he shall be instructed to hold position. Further clearance to proceed will be withheld until the preceding aircraft has reported passing the next taxiway intersection.

2.22.8  Runway Operations
2.22.8.1  Modes Of Operation
2.22.8.1.1 The preferred runway mode of operations will be:
  1. Runway 32R for departures, Runway 32L for arrivals and Runway 33 Mixed Mode;

  2. Runway 14R for departures, Runway 14L for arrivals and Runway 15 Mixed Mode.

2.22.8.2  Simultaneous Parallel Runway Operations
2.22.8.2.1  General
2.22.8.2.2 In KL International Airport simultaneous parallel runway operations are in use, both for departures and for arrivals. SPD – simultaneous parallel departures can be conducted from combination of any two of the three parallel instrument runways or all the three runways at one time. SPA – simultaneous parallel approaches according to the traffic imbalance or to mode of operations, can be conducted as Dependent Parallel Approaches or Independent Parallel Approaches.
2.22.8.3  Dependent Parallel Approaches - DPA
2.22.8.3.1 DPA are simultaneous approaches to parallel or near-parallel instrument runways where radar separation minima between aircraft on adjacent extended runway center lines are prescribed.
2.22.8.3.2 DPA are subject to coordination between Lumpur ATCC and Lumpur TWRs and shall be notified to pilots via ATIS.
2.22.8.3.3 During Parallel approaches “Visual Approach/Side Step” on the adjacent runway shall be avoided.
2.22.8.4  Independent Parallel Approaches - IPA
2.22.8.4.1 IPA are simultaneous approaches to parallel or near-parallel instrument runways where radar separation minima between aircraft on adjacent extended runway center lines are not prescribed.
2.22.8.4.2 IPA are subject to coordination between Lumpur ATCC and Lumpur TWRs and shall be notified to pilots via ATIS.
2.22.8.4.3 During the execution of parallel approaches “Visual Approach/Side Step” on the adjacent runway shall be avoided.
2.22.8.4.4 Normal Operating Zone (NOZ): Airspace of defined dimensions extending to either side of an ILS localizer course and/ or MLS final approach track. Only the inner half of the normal operating zone is taken into account in independent parallel approaches.
2.22.8.4.5 No Transgression Zone (NTZ): In the context of independent parallel approaches, a corridor of airspace of defined dimensions located centrally between the two extended runway center lines, where a penetration by an aircraft requires an ATCO intervention to manoeuvre any threatened aircraft on the adjacent approach.
2.22.8.5  Break-Out Manoeuvres
2.22.8.5.1 If any aircraft is committing a NTZ infringement, the ATCO supervising the adjacent approach has to provide a breakout instruction to the aircraft under his responsibility to protect it from the threat. Break-out manoeuvres consist of heading and altitude instruction issued by a radar approach controller.
2.22.8.6  Override
2.22.8.6.1 The ATCO supervising the approach when in condition to issue a break-out manoeuvre because of the infringement of the NTZ from the adjacent approach path will override the relevant Tower frequency.
2.22.9  Runway Crossing
2.22.9.1  General
2.22.9.1.1 Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is divided in two parts:
  1. KLIA1: the area between RWY 32R/14L and RWY 32L/14R (inclusive)

  2. klia2: the area west of RWY 32L/14R until RWY 33/15

2.22.9.1.2 The following cases will lead to runway crossing:
  1. Traffic landed on RWY 15 or RWY 33 allocated to KLIA1 stands;

  2. Traffic landed on RWY 14L allocated to klia2 stands;

  3. During RWY 15/33 unavailability

2.22.9.2  Procedures
2.22.9.2.1 An aircraft intending to cross RWY 14R/32L will be instructed by Lumpur Ground to taxi to a RHP and hold short of RWY, where it will be instructed to contact Lumpur Tower to obtain a crossing clearance and any other instructions..
2.22.9.2.2 Stop bars will be switched off at the time crossing clearance is issued.
2.22.9.2.3 Once runway crossing is completed, the aircraft will be instructed to contact Lumpur Ground in order to receive further taxi instructions.
2.22.9.2.4 ATC may issue a clearance to land if the controller has reasonable assurance that the aircraft crossing the runway can vacate before the arriving aircraft overflies the threshold of that runway.
2.22.9.3  Restriction
2.22.9.3.1 Crossing a runway on single engine taxi is not permitted.
2.22.9.4  Interference to ILS Signals
2.22.9.4.1  "RWY 14R: Interference to the Glide Slope signal may occur during a runway crossing via TWY P1 (GP sensitive area infringed) and TWY P2 (GP critical and sensitive area infringed)
2.22.9.4.2  RWY32L: Interference to the LOC signal may occur during a runway crossing or when a large aircraft vacates the runway beyond exit taxiway.
2.22.9.4.3  Pilots should anticipate the possibility of these interferences and be prepared to take immediate appropriate action during their approach to land.

WMKK  AD 2.23  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

2.23.1  Bird Concentrations In The Vicinity Of The Airport
2.23.1.1 Studies show that the airport is within the flight path of seasonal migratory birds. The birds migrate from the northeast between September and November and from the south east between February and April. Height is between 100 metres to 900 metres. The most common bird types are Black Baza, Crested Honey Buzzard, Grey-faced Buzzard and Chinese Goshawk.
2.23.2  Touch And Go Landings
2.23.2.1 Touch and go landings are not permitted.
2.23.3. New Waypoints and IFR holdings
2.23.3.1 Waypoints
2.23.3.1.1 The following new waypoints are established:
IDENTLatitudeLongitude
ADGIP 023229.04N1014959.88E
ADMOL030247.04N 1013119.92E
BEGIN 023150.16N 1014900.84E
BELER 022132.04N 1013902.88E
BENRI 030708.04N 1010827.96E
BERBI 022335.16N 1015558.08E
BOBIS 023038.88N 1022017.16E
BUKTI 025626.16N 1013356.16E
DARGU 025926.88N 1013333.84E
EKUDA 025420.16N 1012528.92E
GOKAD032213.08N 1004438.04E
IRMEK 025424.84N 1015951E
LENKI 024456.04N1015143.92E
LUVON 023056.88N 1015102.16E
MENIK 023543.08N 1013758.08E
MIDIK025841.80N 1013225.23E
MUNOV 022957.12N 1020146.92E
NISIM025545.95N1013257.34E
NIVID 030136.12N 1012903.12E
NOBEK 021022.08N 1020024.12E
OLBON 031932.16N 1013656.16E
OLSOS 023629.16N 1021622.08E
OSPOV 024905.88N 1014856.16E
PONOX024227N 1020150.16E
SUROP 022526.04N 1014452.08E
TUNKU 022616.08N 1015245.12E
UPSIR 025345.96N 1011606.96E
DUMAS024006.96N1012536.12E
2.23.4  IFR Holdings.
2.23.4.1 New Holding areas for IFR aircraft are implemented. The details are as follows:
HLDG ID/FIX/WPTCOORDINATESINBDTR(°MAG)DIRECTIONof PTNMAX IAS (KTS)MNM-MAXHLDG LVLFL/FT (MSL)TIME (MIN)DIST OUBDControlling unitand frequency

BELER

022132N 1013903E
326° Right 230 5 000 FT - FL 1401 min

Lumpur Radar 125.850 MHz

Lumpur Arrival 119.450 MHz

BENRI

030708N 1010828E
146° Right 250 9 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min above FL 140

Lumpur Radar124.200 MHz

BOBIS

023039N 1022017E
326° Right 250 11 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar121.250 MHz

EKUDA

025420N 1012529E
146° Right 250 9 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar124.200 MHz

IRMEK

R-055/19 DME VKL

025425N 1015951E
235° Right 230 5500 FT - FL 140

1min

23 DME VKL

Lumpur Radar118.650 MHz

LENKI

024456N 1015144E
326° Right 250 10 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar121.250 MHz

KIDOT

R-346/20.4 DME VKL

030320N 1013922E
146° Left 250 9 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar118.650 MHz

KUALA LUMPUR VKL

VOR/DME

024328N 1014417E
153° Left 230 6 000 FT - FL 1401min

Lumpur Arrival135.750 MHz

Lumpur Arrival119.450 MHz

KUALA LUMPUR VKL

VOR/DME

024328N 1014417E
320° Right 230 6 000 FT - FL 1401min

Lumpur Arrival135.750 MHz

Lumpur Arrival119.450 MHz

MENIK

023543N 1013758E
326° Left 250 9 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar125.850 MHz

MUNOV

022957N 1020147E
236° Left 210 7 000 FT - FL 1401 min

Lumpur Radar121.250 MHz

Lumpur Arrival135.750 MHz

NOBEK

021022N 1020024E
236° Left 230 11 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar125.850 MHz

OLBON

031932N 1013656E
146° Left 250 9 000 FT - FL 250

1 min

1.5 min aboveFL 140

Lumpur Radar118.650 MHz

PONOX

024227N 1020150E
236° Left 230 7 000 FT - FL 1401 min

Lumpur Radar121.250 MHz

Lumpur Arrival135.750 MHz

UPSIR

R-290/30 DME VKL

025346N 1011606E
110° Right 210 3 000 FT - FL 140

1 min

34 DME VKL

Lumpur Radar124.200 MHz

Lumpur Arrival119.450 MHz

WMKK  AD 2.24  CHARTS RELATED TO AN AERODROME

Chart name

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AERODROME/HELIPORT CHART - ICAO

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AERODROME AERONAUTICAL GROUND LIGHTINGS AND RUNWAY MARKINGS

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AIRCRAFT PARKING/DOCKING CHART - ICAO

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING CHART ICAO KLIA2 TERMINAL

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING CHART ICAO KLIA2 TERMINAL

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING CHART ICAO KLIA2 TERMINAL

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 1)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 2)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 3)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 4)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 5)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING STAND POSITION AT KLIA2 TERMINAL APRON (TABULAR 6)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING STAND POSITION AT KLIA2 TERMINAL APRON (TABULAR 7)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING STAND POSITION AT KLIA2 TERMINAL APRON (TABULAR 8)

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AIRCRAFT PARKING DOCKING (TABULAR 9)

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AERODROME GROUND MOVEMENT CHART - ICAO

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TAXI ROUTES (TEXT)

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14L

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14R

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 15

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TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 15 TO KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32L

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32L (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32L

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TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVALS RWY 32L TO KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32R

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TAXI ROUTES ARRIVAL RWY 32R (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES ARRIVALS RWY 33

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TAXIWAY ROUTES ARRIVALS RWY 33 TO KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14L

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14R

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 14R

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TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURES RWY 14R FROM KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 15

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TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURES RUNWAY 15 FROM KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32L

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32L (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32R

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TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 32R (TABULAR 1)

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KLIA2 TAXI ROUTES DEPARTURE RWY 33

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TAXIWAY ROUTES DEPARTURES RUNWAY 33 FROM KLIA2 (TABULAR 1)

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TAXI ROUTES A380 ARRIVAL

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TAXI ROUTES A380 DEPARTURE

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TAXIWAY FOR CODE F OPERATION

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AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART — ICAO TYPE A (RWY 14L/32R)

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AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART — ICAO TYPE A (RWY 14R/32L)

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AERODROME OBSTACLE CHART — ICAO TYPE A (RWY 15/33)

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LUMPUR TMA/CTR

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ATC SURVEILLANCE MINIMUM ALTITUDE CHART - ICAO

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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 14L

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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 14R

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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 32L

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PRECISION APPROACH TERRAIN - ICAO - RWY 32R

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RADAR DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - DEPARTURE RWY 14L (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - DEPARTURE RWY 14R (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R DEPARTURES FOR SAAS SUBANG

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV DEPARTURES (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L LEFT DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L LEFT DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RIGHT DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RIGHT DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R DEPARTURES FOR SAAS SUBANG

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNAV DEPARTURES

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNAV 1 DEPARTURES (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNAV 1 DEPARTURES (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD DEPARTURE CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RIGHT DEPARTURE

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - VKL ARRIVALS

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - VKL ARRIVAL (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - KIKAL THREE ARRIVALS

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - KIKAL THREE ARRIVAL (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L/14R RNAV 1 (GNSS)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L/14R RNAV 1 (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L/14R RNAV 1 (GNSS) (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R/15 RNAV 1 (GNSS)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R/15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R/15 RNAV 1 (GNSS) (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - LAPIR THREE ARRIVALS

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - LAPIR THREE ARRIVALS (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1P

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1P (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1P (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1D

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1D (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1D (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L/32R RNAV 1 (GNSS) KIDOT 1D (TABULAR 3)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RNAV 1 (GNSS) RWY 33/32L SALAX 1B

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 33/32L RNAV 1 (GNSS) SALAX 1B (TABULAR 1)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 33/32L RNAV 1 (GNSS) SALAX 1B (TABULAR 2)

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STANDARD ARRIVAL CHART - ICAO - RWY 33/32L RNAV 1 (GNSS) SALAX 1B (TABULAR 3)

AD 2-WMKK-7-26

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L ILS OR LOC

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNAV (GNSS)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L RNAV (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14L VOR

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R ILS Z OR LOC Z

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R ILS Z OR LOC Z (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-8

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R ILS Y OR LOC Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-9

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R ILS Y OR LOC Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-10

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV Z (GNSS)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV Z (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV Y (GNSS)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 14R RNAV Y (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-14

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 ILS OR LOC

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

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 ILS X OR LOC X

AD 2-WMKK-8-17

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

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 15 RNAV (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-20

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L ILS Z OR LOC Z

AD 2-WMKK-8-21

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L ILS Z OR LOC Z (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-22

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L ILS Y OR LOC Y

AD 2-WMKK-8-23

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L ILS Y OR LOC Y (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-24

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV Z (GNSS)

AD 2-WMKK-8-25

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV Z (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-26

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV Z (GNSS) (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-8-27

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV Y (GNSS)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32L RNAV Y (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-30

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R ILS OR LOC

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-32

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV (GNSS)

AD 2-WMKK-8-33

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-34

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R RNAV (GNSS) (TABULAR 2)

AD 2-WMKK-8-35

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 32R VOR

AD 2-WMKK-8-37

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 ILS OR LOC

AD 2-WMKK-8-39

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 ILS OR LOC (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-40

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 ILS X OR LOC X

AD 2-WMKK-8-41

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 ILS X OR LOC X (TABULAR 1)

AD 2-WMKK-8-42

INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNAV (GNSS)

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INSTRUMENT APPROACH CHART - ICAO - RWY 33 RNAV (GNSS) (TABULAR 1)

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