PART 1 - GENERAL (GEN)

GEN 0  

GEN 0.1  PREFACE

0.1.1  NAME OF PUBLISHING AUTHORITY

0.1.1.1 The AIP Malaysia is published by the authority of the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia.

0.1.2  APPLICABLE ICAO DOCUMENTS

0.1.2.1 The AIP is prepared in accordance with the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) of Annex 15 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and the Aeronautical Information Services Manual (ICAO DOC 8126). Charts contained in the AIP are produced in accordance with Annex 4 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and the Aeronautical Chart Manual (ICAO DOC 8697). Differences from ICAO Standards, Recommended Practices and Procedures are given in subsection GEN 1.7.

0.1.3  THE AIP STRUCTURE AND ESTABLISHED REGULAR AMENDMENT INTERVAL

0.1.3.1  The AIP Structure.

The AIP forms part of the Integrated Aeronautical Information Package, details of which are given in subsection GEN 3.1. The principal structure is shown in graphic form on page GEN 0.1-4. The AIP is made up of three Parts, General (GEN), En-route (ENR) and Aerodromes (AD), each divided into sections and subsections as applicable, containing various types of information subjects.

0.1.3.1.1  Part 1 — General (GEN)

Part 1 consists of five sections containing information as briefly described hereafter.

GEN 0.

Preface; Record of AIP Amendments; Record of AIP Supplements; Checklist of AIP pages; List of hand amendments to the AIP; and the Table of Contents to Part 1.

GEN 1. — National Regulations And Requirements.

Designated authorities; Entry, transit and departure of aircraft; Entry, transit and departure of passengers and crew; Entry, transit and departure of cargo; Aircraft instruments, equipment and flight documents; Summary of national regulations and international agreements/ conventions; and Differences from ICAO Standards, Recommended Practices and Procedures.

GEN 2. — Tables And Codes.

Measuring system, aircraft markings, holidays; Abbreviations used in AIS publications; Chart symbols; Location indicators; List of radio navigation aids; Conversion tables; and Sunrise/ Sunset tables.

GEN 3. — Services.

Aeronautical information services; Aeronautical charts; Air traffic services; Communication services; Meteorological services; and Search and rescue.

GEN 4. — Charges For Aerodromes / Heliports And Air Navigation Services.

Aerodrome/heliport charges; and Air navigation services charges.

0.1.3.1.2  Part 2 — En-Route (ENR)

Part 2 consists of seven sections containing information as briefly described hereafter.

ENR 0.

Preface; Record of AIP Amendments; Record of AIP Supplements; Checklist of AIP pages; List of hand amendments to the AIP; and the Table of Contents to Part 2.

ENR 1. — General Rules And Procedures.

General rules; Visual flight rules; Instrument flight rules; ATS airspace classification; Holding, approach and departure procedures; Radar services and procedures; Altimeter setting procedures; Regional supplementary procedures; Air traffic flow management; Flight planning; Addressing of flight plan messages; Interception of civil aircraft; Unlawful interference; and Air traffic incidents.

ENR 2. — Air Traffic Services Airspace.

Detailed description of Flight information region (FIR); Upper flight information regions (UIR); Terminal control areas (TMA); and Other regulated airspace.

ENR 3. — ATS Routes.

Detailed description of Lower ATS routes; Upper ATS routes; Area navigation routes; Helicopter routes; Other routes; and En-route holding. (Note - Other types of routes which are specified in connection with procedures for traffic to and from aerodromes are described in the relevant sections and subsections of Part 3 - Aerodromes.)

ENR 4. — Radio Navigation Aids / Systems.

Radio navigation aids - en-route; Special navigation systems; Name-code designators for significant points; and Aeronautical ground lights - en-route.

ENR 5. — Navigation Warnings.

Prohibited, restricted and danger areas; Military exercise and training areas; Other activities of a dangerous nature; Air navigation obstacles - en-route; Aerial sporting and recreational activities; and Bird migration and areas with sensitive fauna.

ENR 6. — En-Route Charts.

En-route Chart - ICAO and index to charts.

0.1.3.1.3  Part 3 — Aerodromes (AD)

Part 3 consists of four sections containing information as briefly described hereafter.

AD 0.

Preface; Record of AIP Amendments; Record of AIP Supplements; Checklist of AIP pages; List of hand amendments to the AIP; and the Table of Contents to Part 3.

AD 1. — Aerodromes / Heliports.

Introduction - aerodrome / heliport availability; Rescue and fire fighting services; Index to aerodromes and heliports; and Grouping of aerodromes/heliports.

AD 2. — Aerodromes.

Detailed information about aerodromes, including helicopter landing areas, if located at the aerodromes.

AD 3. — Heliports.

Detailed information about heliports (not located at the aerodromes).

AD 4. — Other Aerodromes.

0.1.3.2  Regular Amendment Interval
0.1.3.2.1 Regular amendments to the AIP will be issued once every three months. The effective dates will follow the AIRAC cycle dates as follows:
EFFECTIVE DATE

03 MAR 2016

26 MAY 2016

18 AUG 2016

10 NOV 2016

02 MAR 2017

25 MAY 2017

17 AUG 2017

09 NOV 2017

01 MAR 2018

24 MAY 2018

16 AUG 2018

08 NOV 2018

28 MAR 2019

23 MAY 2019

15 AUG 2019

07 NOV 2019

26 MAR 2020

21 MAY 2020

13 AUG 2020

05 NOV 2020

0.1.4  SERVICE TO CONTACT IN CASE OF DETECTED AIP ERRORS OR OMISSIONS

0.1.4.1 In the compilation of the AIP, care has been taken to ensure that the information contained therein is accurate and complete. Any errors and omissions which may nevertheless be detected, as well as any correspondence concerning the Integrated Aeronautical Information Package, should be referred to:
Post:

Aeronautical Information Services
Civil Aviation Authority Of Malaysia
Level 4, Podium Block B,
No. 27, Persiaran Perdana,
Precinct 4,
62618 Putrajaya,
Malaysia.