Informations for pilots
ATTENTION: The following information is neither binding nor complete. It in no way replaces official publications such as AIP-Italia, NOTAM, etc.
You can find the following documents on the official homepage of ENAV SPA (Italian Air Traffic Control Service - www.enav.it → Servizi on line → AIP) for free:
- Aerodrome Chart ICAO
- Obstacle Chart Type A
- Obstacle Chart Type B
- Initial climb procedures
- Visual approach chart
IFR Procedures (S. AIP – AD 2 LIPB 1-10 … (# 22 Flight procedures)
The „VOR a – CAT. A/B/C” approach procedure is available without prior approval during day only for all AOC holders (selfbriefing recommended)
The instrument departure procedures are available without prior approval during daylight (selfbriefing recommended). The design of contingency procedures is the responsibility of the operator / pilot (samples are available in the briefing).
Here you can download the “Pilot familiarization Briefing” .
An approval is required for the use of the instrument approach procedures RNP RWY 01, LOC/DME RWY01, as well as for the instrument departure procedures during night. Details are available in the “Pilots familiarization Briefing”. For the approval please register on the platform (here you can download the guideline) and enter all asked details in the registration form. The design of contingency procedures is the responsibility of the operator / pilot (samples are available in the briefing).
AOC holder may apply for the pilots contacting directly the Aerodrome Flight Operation manager:
VFR Procedures (s. AIP - AD 2 LIPB 1-12 # 22 Flight Procedures)
Minimum visibility for AOC holders (cockpit visibility) is 5 km. For all others is 1 , 5 Km according airspace class G
Night-time flights are not allowed.
On request via radio by pilots is allowed use the paved surfaces of the RESA. The following declared distances are applicable (AIP – AD 2 LIPB 1-5 #13); we remind you to always read the NOTAM.
RWY 01 - START POINT JET:
TORA 1388M, TODA 1538M, ASDA 1388M, LDA 1293M
RWY 19 - START POINT JET:
TORA 1383M, TODA 1538M, ASDA 1383M, LDA 1230M
RWY 01 - START POINT PROP:
TORA 1413M, TODA 1563M, ASDA 1413M, LDA 1293M
RWY 19 - START POINT PROP:
TORA 1413M, TODA 1568M, ASDA 1413M, LDA 1230M
Handling - Fee's and services
Please visit the "Handling - Fee's and services" section of this web site. N.B.: Due to limited space on the apron, we strongly recommend you confirm availability of parking and services with the aerodrome operator:
General Aviation Office
Tel.+39 0471 255 207
Fax.+39 0471 255 202
Opening hours for information's: 06.00-22.00
Pilot self briefing – NOTAM
Pilots can choose from two "Pilot self briefing" desks with internet access, printer, FAX and phone. (Registration required.) One is located in the terminal building on the first floor and the other one is located airside in a small building next to the Main Apron.
Pilots can also access to a webcam to assess weather conditions, one camera point westwards and the other camera southwards directed towards primary arrival and departure routes.
For the fuel service and Tax-exemption please visit the FUEL section of this web site.
Important information’s to travelers – Custom regulation
All travelers entering or leaving in the EU territory with an amount in cash equal to or greater than € 10.000,00 should be to declared to the custom in accordance with (EC) Regulation No. 1889/2005, in force since 15 June 2007. For more information please see the following link.
The pilots of flights coming from ,,non-EU'' countries or from countries subjected to healt measures, with reference to the circular EAL-10 ENAC and in accordance with the International Health Regulations, are obliged by law to be presented upon arrival:
- The passangers list
- The aircraft general declaration (here an example)
The airport has an obligation to store this documentation for any inspections by the health authorities (USMAF).