AD 2   Aerodromes

LJLJ — LJUBLJANA/BRNIK

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LJLJ AD 2.1   Aerodrome location indicator and name

LJLJ — LJUBLJANA/BRNIK

LJLJ AD 2.2   Aerodrome Geographical And Administrative Data

1ARP coordinates and site at AD461328N 0142722E, 1500 m BRG 123° GEO from THR 12
2Direction and distance from (city)348°, 20 km from Ljubljana city centre
3Elevation/Reference temperature388 m (1274 ft) / 27.5° C
4Geoid undulation at AD ELEV PSN46.8 m (154 ft)
5MAG VAR/Annual Change3°E (2016)/0.1°E increasing
6AD Administration
Address
Telephone
Telefax
AFS
SITA
URL
Post:



Phone:



Fax:

AFS:

SITA:


URL:
Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o. Zg. Brnik 130A SI-4210 Brnik-Aerodrom SLOVENIA
+386 4 2061 000 (Administration)
+386 4 2061 206 (Airport Duty Station Manager)
+386 4 2061 215 (Traffic Management)
+386 4 2061 492 (General Aviation)
+386 4 2061 217 (Administration)
+386 4 2061 209 (Airport Duty Station Manager)
LJLJGACX (AD)
LJLJZPZX (ARO SLOVENIA)
LJUAPXH (AD)
LJUOOXH (AD)
LJUGAXH (General aviation)
http://www.fraport-slovenija.si
7Types of traffic permitted (IFR/VFR)IFR-VFR
8RemarksNil

LJLJ AD 2.3   Operational hours

1AD AdministrationH24; refer to LJLJ AD 2.20.1 Local flying restriction
2Customs and immigrationH24
3Health and sanitationH24
4AIS Briefing OfficeH24 1)
5ATS Reporting Office (ARO)H24
6MET Briefing OfficeH24
7ATSH24
8FuellingAs AD Administration 2)
9HandlingAs AD Administration 2)
10SecurityAs AD Administration
11De-icingAs AD Administration 2)
12Remarks1) Centralised ARO (ARO SLOVENIA) is responsible for AIS Briefing (Preflight Information Bulletin);
Phone: +386 4 2040 420; Fax: +386 4 2023 851
URL: http://fpl-sloveniacontrol.ead-it.com
2) Reduced capacity between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00)

LJLJ AD 2.4   Handling services and facilities

1Cargo-handling facilitiesAll modern facilities up to 14000 kg
2Fuel/oil typesJET A1, AVGAS 100LL/ Aviation oil
3Fuelling facilities/capacity1 Truck 45000 L (A1), 1 Truck 35800 L (A1),
1 Truck 27120 L (A1), 1 Truck 41500 L (A1), 1 Truck 21570 L (A1),
1 Truck 5850 L (100LL)
4De-icing facilitiesAvailable 4 trucks, Fluid Type I/ IV, 19 m HGT
5Hangar space for visiting aircraftRestricted (only on short notice and O/R)
6Repair facilities for visiting aircraftMajor and minor aircraft and engine repairs available.
Maintenance and repair by arrangement with local operators
7RemarksOxygen and related servicing AVBL

LJLJ AD 2.5   Passenger facilities

1HotelsVopovlje 3 km, Kranj 8 km, Ljubljana 20 km
2RestaurantsAirport restaurant
3TransportationPublic buses, taxies, car rental agencies, shuttle service
4Medical facilitiesMedical service - First aid only: H24
Doctor on emergency call: H24
Hospital in town
2 ambulance cars (mobile intensive care units) and special vehicle with lifting device for disabled persons available.
5Bank and Post OfficeBank in Sencur, Kranj, Ljubljana; cash machine at the AD
Post Office at the AD
6Tourist OfficeInformation counter
7RemarksNil

LJLJ AD 2.6   Rescue and fire fighting services

1AD category for fire fightingDeclared CAT 61); Higher CAT O/R
2Rescue equipmentAccording to ICAO Annex 14
3Capability for removal of disabled aircraftAVBL basic equipment for debogging and/or recovery of ACFT up to type B737 and A320. The wreckage removal EQPT suitable for larger ACFT (all sizes) is AVBL on request by external companies
4Remarks1) Declared CAT 3 between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00).
See LJLJ AD 2.20.1

LJLJ AD 2.7   Seasonal availability - clearing

1Type(s) of clearing equipment8 Snow Sweepers, 2 Snow Blowers, 2 Solid and Liquid Spreaders,
10 Snow Ploughs
2Clearance priorities1.) RWY
2.) TWY
3.) APRON
3RemarksRWY 12/30 DE-ICED/ANTI-ICED with UREA/KFOR, see AD 1.2.2.3

LJLJ AD 2.8   Aprons, taxiways and check locations/positions data

1Apron designation, surface and strengthMAIN APRON
NW of TWY M: Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/X/B/T
NW of TWY N: Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
SE of TWY N: Surface: ASPH, Strength: 100/F/B/X/T
SE of TWY P: Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
ADRIA TEHNIKA APRON (AT APRON)
Surface: ASPH, Strength: 55/F/C/X/T
GA APRON
NW of TWY T: Surface: ASPH, Strength: 37/F/B/X/T
SE of TWY T: Surface: ASPH, Strength: 35/F/B/X/T
2Taxiway designation, width, surface and strengthA - Width: 23 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength:
from TWY K to TWY G: 105/F/B/X/T
from TWY G to TWY B: 65/F/B/X/T
B - Width: 30 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
C - Width: 30 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
F - Width: 23 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
G - Width: 23 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 105/F/B/X/T
K - Width: 23 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 105/F/B/X/T
N - Width: 40 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 105/F/B/X/T
M - Width: 40 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
P - Width: 35 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 105/F/B/X/T
Q - Width: 23 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 65/F/B/X/T
T - Width: 15 m, Surface: ASPH, Strength: 37/F/B/X/T
3Altimeter checkpoint location and elevationLocation: PRKG PSN at Main Apron, See Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart-LJLJ AD 2.24.02-1 Beginning RWY 12: 388 m (1274 ft) Beginning RWY 30: 363 m (1191 ft)
4VOR checkpoints locationsNone
5INS checkpoints positionSee Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart-LJLJ AD 2.24.02-1
6RemarksNil

LJLJ AD 2.9   Surface movement guidance and control system and markings

1Use of aircraft stand ID signs, TWY guide lines and visual docking/parking guidance system of aircraft standsTaxiway guidance signs, Guide lines and ACFT stand ID signs at apron, self manoeuvring and nose-in/push-back aircraft stands, Follow Me, Marshaller, Visual Docking Guidance, Stop bar marking
2RWY and TWY markings and LGTRWY: THR, TDZ, Centre line, Edge and END marked and lighted; Designation and Fixed Distance marked
TWY: Centre line, Intermediate Holding Position, RWY Holding position, marked and lighted; Edge lighted: see LJLJ AD 2.15
3Stop barsOn RWY/TWY K, RWY/TWY G, RWY/TWY F, RWY/TWY C,
RWY/TWY B
4RemarksSee also LJLJ AD 2.24.01-1 and LJLJ AD 2.24.02-1

LJLJ AD 2.10   Aerodrome obstacles

1   Approach and Take-off area
RWY/Area affectedObstacle TypeElevation (m)Markings/LGTCoordinatesRemarks
123456
30/APCH
12/TKOF
forest467.5Nil INFO461033.3N
0143240.3E
ID-1 (AOC-TYPE A)
30/APCH
12/TKOF
forest389Nil INFO461214.8N
0142949.8E
ID-2 (AOC-TYPE A)
12/APCH
30/TKOF
building396.5Marked461405.9N
0142614.1E
ID-3 (AOC-TYPE A)
12/APCH
30/TKOF
anemometer400Marked/LGT461407.5N
0142614.3E
ID-4 (AOC-TYPE A)
12/APCH
30/TKOF
forest412Nil INFO461413.9N
0142537.2E
ID-5 (AOC-TYPE A)
12/APCH
30/TKOF
forest422Nil INFO461425.7N
0142536.5E
ID-6 (AOC-TYPE A)
12/APCH
30/TKOF
building442.5LGT461434.3N
0142505.4E
ID-7 (AOC-TYPE A)
12/APCH
30/TKOF
antenna671Nil INFO461438.0N
0142012.4E
ID-8 (AOC-TYPE A)
2   OTHER OBSTACLES ASSESSED AS BEING HAZARDOUS TO AIR NAVIGATION
Obstacle TypeElevation (m) Markings/LGTCoordinatesRemarks
12345
forest513Nil INFO461000.3N
0142708.2E
ID-1 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest536Nil INFO460958.8N
0142657.6E
ID-2 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest531.5Nil INFO461501.5N
0143147.1E
ID-3 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest515Nil INFO461502.2N
0143109.1E
ID-4 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest552Nil INFO461525.1N
0143122.8E
ID-5 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest412Nil INFO461431.7N
0142943.7E
ID-6 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest412.5Nil INFO461354.7N
0142748.1E
ID-7 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest421.5Nil INFO461441.6N
0142845.5E
ID-8 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest739Nil INFO461604.9N
0142957.7E
ID-9 (AOC-TYPE B)
building454Nil INFO461510.2N
0142913.2E
ID-10 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest412Nil INFO461315.5N
0142702.2E
ID-11 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest418Nil INFO461354.7N
0142739.4E
ID-12 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest418.5Nil INFO461444.4N
0142822.9E
ID-13 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna408Marked/LGT461354.3N
0142730.6E
ID-14 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest423.5Nil INFO461439.5N
0142805.1E
ID-15 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna414.5LGT461351.2N
0142715.4E
ID-16 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest424.5Nil INFO461459.3N
0142819.1E
ID-17 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest426.5Nil INFO461456.0N
0142809.4E
ID-18 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest428Nil INFO461535.2N
0142822.3E
ID-19 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest419Nil INFO461401.0N
0142641.0E
ID-20 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest410.5Nil INFO461317.8N
0142538.4E
ID-21 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest444.5Nil INFO461555.7N
0142817.3E
ID-22 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest413Nil INFO461323.5N
0142537.6E
ID-23 (AOC-TYPE B)
building396.5Marked461405.9N
0142614.1E
ID-24 (AOC-TYPE B)
lights396Nil INFO461403.7N
0142610.3E
ID-25 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna400Marked/LGT461407.5N
0142614.3E
ID-26 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest423.5Nil INFO461354.1N
0142554.3E
ID-27 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest416.5Nil INFO461343.5N
0142505.8E
ID-28 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest420Nil INFO461323.5N
0142458.3E
ID-29 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest496Nil INFO461626.7N
0142807.2E
ID-30 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest412Nil INFO461415.1N
0142554.2E
ID-31 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest410Nil INFO461316.9N
0142423.2E
ID-32 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest422Nil INFO461425.5N
0142536.4E
ID-33 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest422.5Nil INFO461403.9N
0142459.8E
ID-34 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest425.5Nil INFO461406.8N
0142442.7E
ID-35 (AOC-TYPE B)
building409Nil INFO461415.6N
0142444.4E
ID-36 (AOC-TYPE B)
building442.5Nil INFO461434.3N
0142505.4E
ID-37 (AOC-TYPE B)
building409Nil INFO461419.9N
0142450.9E
ID-38 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna415Nil INFO461409.5N
0142432.6E
ID-39 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest420Nil INFO461414.8N
0142439.5E
ID-40 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna412Nil INFO461412.7N
0142433.4E
ID-41 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna422Nil INFO461407.4N
0142422.5E
ID-42 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest423Nil INFO461426.2N
0142435.5E
ID-43 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest425Nil INFO461406.3N
0142353.8E
ID-44 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest425.5Nil INFO461419.4N
0142423.5E
ID-45 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest444.5Nil INFO461525.8N
0142441.6E
ID-46 (AOC-TYPE B)
antenna487Nil INFO461603.4N
0142522.0E
ID-47 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest436Nil INFO461441.3N
0142349.0E
ID-48 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest435Nil INFO461453.1N
0142325.2E
ID-49 (AOC-TYPE B)
building469Nil INFO461613.3N
0142457.9E
ID-50 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest450.5Nil INFO461600.5N
0142424.5E
ID-51 (AOC-TYPE B)
Power line444Nil INFO461507.2N
0142339.2E
ID-52 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest456.5Nil INFO461609.4N
0142425.7E
ID-53 (AOC-TYPE B)
forest446Nil INFO461545.8N
0142403.2E
ID-54 (AOC-TYPE B)

LJLJ AD 2.11   Meteorological information provided

1Associated MET OfficeMET office LJUBLJANA
2Hours of service
MET Office outside hours
H24
-
3Office responsible for TAF preparation
Periods of validity
Interval of issuance
MET OFFICE LJUBLJANA
H24
6HR
4Trend forecast
Interval of issuance
TREND
as required or at least every 30 MIN (and broadcast on ATIS)
5Briefing/consultation providedPersonal consultation, telephone consultation
6Flight documentation
Language(s) used
Charts; alphanumeric MET information
English/Slovenian
7Charts and other information available for briefing or consultationAll standard WAFC charts and products, OPMET data, SWL chart for LJUBLJANA FIR
8Supplementary equipment available for providing informationself-briefing terminal, weather radar, satellite images, on-line aerodrome webcam
9ATS units provided with informationLJUBLJANA TWR, LJUBLJANA APP, LJUBLJANA ACC
10Additional information (limitation of service, etc.)for more INFO see GEN 3.5

LJLJ AD 2.12   Runway physical characteristics

RWY DesignatorTRUE BRG
MAG BRG
RWY
dimensions (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
12126.38° TRUE
123° MAG
3300 x 45110/F/B/X/T
ASPH
461356.97N
0142625.41E
-
GUND 46.8 m
THR 388.3 m
30306.41° TRUE
303° MAG
3300 x 45 110/F/B/X/T
ASPH
461253.56N
0142829.37E
-
GUND 46.7 m
THR 362.9 m
TDZ 369.4 m
RWY DesignatorSlope of
RWY-SWY
SWY
dimensions (m)
CWY
dimensions (m)
Strip
dimensions (m)
RESA
dimensions (m)
17891011
12- 0,72% 755 m
- 0,82% 2324 m
- 0,42% 220 m
- -3420 x 300 240 x 300
30+ 0,42% 220 m
+ 0,82% 2324 m
+ 0,72% 755 m
- -3420 x 300220 x 300
RWY DesignatorLocation/description of arresting systemOFZRemarks
1121314
12-See relevant obstacle chartRWY shoulders 7.5 m ASPH
30-See relevant obstacle chartRWY shoulders 7.5 m ASPH

LJLJ AD 2.13   Declared distances

RWY DesignatorTORA (m)TODA (m)ASDA (m)LDA (m)Remarks
123456
123300330033003300Full length
208920892089-Intersection TWY G
135613561356-Intersection TWY F
303300330033003300Full length
310431043104-Intersection TWY C
197119711971-Intersection TWY F
128212821282-Intersection TWY G

LJLJ AD 2.14   Approach and runway lighting

RWY DesignatorAPCH LGT type,
LEN,
INTST
THR LGT
colour,
WBAR
VASIS,
(MEHT),
PAPI
TDZ, LGT
LEN
12345
12SALS
420 m
W VRB LIH
R VRB LIL
G VRB LIHPAPI
(18 m)

Left
-
30CAT IIIB
900 m
W VRB LIH
R VRB LIL
G VRB LIHPAPI
(20.2m)

Left/Right
W VRB LIH
900 m
RWY Centre Line LGT
Length, spacing,
colour, INTST
RWY edge LGT
LEN, spacing,
colour, INTST
RWY End LGT
colour,
WBAR
SWY LGT
LEN,
colour
Remarks
678910
* VRB LIH, 15 m2700, 60,
W, VRB LIH
600, 60,
YCZ, VRB LIH
R VRB LIH-* 0 - 2400 m W
2400 m - 3000 m R/W
3000 m - 3300 m R
* VRB LIH, 15 m2700, 60,
W, VRB LIH
600, 60,
YCZ, VRB LIH
R VRB LIH-* 0 - 2400 m W
2400 m - 3000 m R/W
3000 m - 3300 m R

LJLJ AD 2.15   Other lighting, secondary power supply

1ABN/IBN location, characteristics and
hours of operation
Nil
2LDI location and LGT
Anemometer location and LGT
WDI
No LDI
Anemometer 1: 350 m NW from THR 30; Lighted
Anemometer 2: 400 m NW from THR 12; Lighted
WDI 1: 1000 m BRG 120° GEO from THR 12; Lighted
WDI 2: 350 m BRG 321° GEO from THR 30; Lighted
3TWY edge and centre line lightingCentre line: TWY A, B, C, G, K, M, N, P, Q, T
TWY edge:
TWY G, K, M, N, P,
TWY A (from TWY N to TWY T)
TWY F (intersection TWY A and RWY 12/30)
4Secondary power supply/switch-over timeAVBL/ 0 SEC
5Remarkssee LJLJ AD 2.24.01-1 and LJLJ AD 2.24.02-1 charts

LJLJ AD 2.16   Helicopter landing area

NIL - Not-available

LJLJ AD 2.17   Air traffic services airspace

1Designation and lateral limitsLJUBLJANA CTR within:
461913N 0142212E
460639N 0144819E
460000N 0144141E
461232N 0141535E
2Vertical limitsGND - 4000 ft MSL
3Airspace classificationD
4ATS unit call sign
Language(s)
LJUBLJANA TOWER (TWR)
English, Slovene
5Transition altitude10500 ft MSL
6Hours of applicabilityH24
7Remarks1.) LJUBLJANA TMA see ENR 2.1.6 and ENR 2.1.7

LJLJ AD 2.18   Air traffic services communication facilities

Service designationCall signChannel (MHz)Hours of operationRemarks
12345
TWRLJUBLJANA TOWER118.005
118.755
H24Primary FREQ (118.005)
APPLJUBLJANA RADAR135.280
132.480
H24Primary FREQ (135.275)
ATISLjubljana Departure
and arrival information
128.175H24-
112.700H24VOR/DME DOL
GMCLJUBLJANA GROUND121.930H24Frequency to be used for Ground Movement Control is transmitted on ATIS. If ATIS is not available, contact Ljubljana Ground frequency 121.930 MHz. If no response contact TWR on 118.005 MHz.
HANDLINGLJUBLJANA HANDLING131.405H24Handling requests for all schedule/charter carriers, general aviation traffic and refuelling
APRON MANAGEMENTTRAFFIC COORDINATION131.805H24Stand allocation and ACFT repositioning on aprons
DE-ICINGLJUBLJANA DE-ICING131.405H24Notification and request of De/Anti-icing
DE-ICING PAD 1131.705AVBL if MET COND requiresParking position DE1 on main apron
DE-ICING PAD P/N/M 131.755AVBL if MET COND requiresPosition on TWY M, TWY N and TWY P
DE-ICING RAMP131.755AVBL if MET COND requiresParking positions on main apron and general aviation apron
121.500H24Emergency FREQ.

LJLJ AD 2.19   Radio navigation and landing aids

Type of aid,
MAG VAR,

Type of
supported OPS
(for VOR/ILS/MLS,

give declination)
IDChannelHours of operationPosition of
transmitting
antenna
coordinates
Elevation
of DME
transmitting
antenna
Remarks
1234567
VOR/DME
(4°E/2016)
DOL112.70 MHz
CH 74X
H24460502.9N
0144642.9E
627 m
(2058 ft)
ATIS Ljubljana DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL INFORMATION H24
DVOR/DME
(3°E/2016)
LBL117.20 MHz
CH 119X
H24461418.6N
0142542.8E
402 m
(1320 ft)
-
MKRW75 MHzH24461419.0N
0142542.0E
--
ILS RWY 30
L/OMMG296 kHz/
75 MHz
H24461023.6N
0143321.4E
--
MM75 MHzH24461235.6N
0142904.3E
--
GP 30329.60 MHzH24461256.4N
0142814.3E
-GP Angle 3° (5.2%)
RDH 49 ft
DMELJBCH 42XH24461256.4N
0142814.3E
365 m
(1198 ft)
Co-located with GP.
Antenna height 18 m (59 ft)
LOC CAT IIIB
(3°E/2010)
LJB110.50 MHzH24461404.3N
0142611.0E
-III.E.4

LJLJ AD 2.20   Local aerodrome regulations

1   Local flying restrictions
1.1   Scheduled, Non-scheduled and General Aviation air traffic
Departures and landings may be planned between: MON and SUN 05:00 - 22:00 (04:00 - 21:00) (see para 1.3)
Departures and landings of delayed ACFT may be tolerated until 22:30 (21:30). Prior approval from Airport Operator (Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o.) must be obtained. Additional charges will be applied.
Departures and landings are not permitted between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00). Exemptions can only be authorised by Airport Operator (Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o.).
A pilot in command may only expect a clearance for departure if he is ready to taxi at 21:50 (20:50) at the latest.
1.2  Exemptions
1.2.1  Urgent flights
  • Slovenian police/military ACFT compliant with ICAO Annex 14, fire fighting category 3 (H3);
  • Search and rescue flights (SAR);
  • Medical flights;
  • Disaster relief flights;
1.2.2  Permission requests
Other exemptions not stipulated in para 1.2.1 may be authorised by Airport Operator. An application for such requests shall be submitted to Airport Operator. (see LJLJ AD 2.20.2)
1.3  Alternate
Between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00) LJLJ can be alternate only for ACFT compliant with rescue and fire fighting category CAT 3 (H3), ICAO Annex 14.
For aircraft returning to the aerodrome of departure LJLJ due to weather, mechanical, radio failure, forced landing or emergency landing, LJLJ can be alternate if request for returning is announced until 22:15 (21:15).
For delayed departures and departures from 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00) with prior approval from Airport Operator LJLJ can be alternate if request for returning is announced within 15 minutes after take-off.
1.4  Rescue and fire fighting services
Between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00) rescue and fire fighting personnel is reduced, CAT 3 is declared.
For the flights between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00) which were approved by Airport operator, suitable fire fighting category is assured.
2   Permission Request procedure
2.1   General
Scheduled and Non-scheduled commercial air traffic and General aviation traffic are subject to co-ordination requirement: PPR
For General aviation traffic prior permission is mandatory at least 24 HR before arrival.
All carriers may not expect authorisation systematically for the flights between 22:00 - 05:00 (21:00 - 04:00). All requests will be finally authorised by Airport Operator.
2.2   Scheduled, Non-scheduled commercial and General Aviation air traffic
2.2.1   Request
Permission shall be requested between:
MON to FRI 07:00 - 14:30 (06:00 - 13:30)
2.2.2   Application
The application shall be submitted in writing to:
Post:Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o.
Airport Traffic coordination
Phone:+386 4 2061 215
+386 4 2061 216
Fax:+386 4 2061 209
SITA:LJUAPXH
LJUOOXH
Email:flightplanner@fraport-slovenija.si
2.2.3   Data
Permission request shall contain the following data:
  • New request, modification or cancellation of slot;
  • Aircraft registration;
  • Airline/Operator code (if applicable);
  • Flight number (if applicable)
  • Date;
  • Aircraft type;
  • Number of cabin seats;
  • Commercial or non-commercial flights
  • Origin and/or destination of flight;
  • Departure Airport Slot Time (EOBT in UTC)
  • Arrival Airport Slot Time (ETA in UTC)
2.3  Request outside working hours
After closing hours, request should be made to:
Post:Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o.
Airport Duty Station Manager
Phone:+386 4 2061 206
Fax:+386 4 2061 209
Email:duty.manager@fraport-slovenija.si
3   General Regulations for air traffic handling on the aprons
3.1   Use of Main Apron
Use of the apron, the assignment of parking positions as well as taxiing and towing of ACFT are subject to permission by the airport operator (Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o.) and to instructions of the person authorised by the Airport Operator to conduct Ground Movement Control on the main apron.
Ground Movement Control on the main apron is provided by Slovenia Control, Ltd. on behalf of Fraport Slovenija, d.o.o. Pilots shall check for respective frequency on ATIS. If ATIS is not available "LJUBLJANA GROUND" shall be contacted on FREQ 121.930 MHz. If there is no response contact "LJUBLJANA TOWER" on FREQ 118.005 MHz.
Parking of ACFT on the assigned positions is performed either by means of visual docking guidance system (Safegate ”Safedock” System), Stop bar markings or by signals from the marshaller.
When apron is used by larger than chapter "C" aircraft, appropriate restrictions and limitations are provided by airport operator.
3.2   Taxiing of ACFT on the Main Apron
When taxiing, ACFT shall maintain permanent radio contact with station providing Ground Movement Control. Any requested changes of frequency shall be made immediately.
If Follow me car is employed to guide the taxiing ACFT, the pilot shall observe its signals. Pilots may also request a follow me car for guidance.
ACFT may taxi on the apron only on and along the taxi guide lines. Deviations and/or short cuts are not permitted. In exceptional cases, taxiing manoeuvres aside of the guide lines are only possible under supervision of Follow me cars.
Access to PSN 32A and 32B is via TWY O1, to PSN 39 and 40 is via TWY O3 and to PSN 38L and PSN 38R is via TWY O2.
In special circumstances access to:
  • stands 36 and 37 can be made via TWY O2;
  • stand 31 can be made via TWY O1;
  • stands 33, 34 and 35 can be made via TWY O4;
  • stands 39 and 40 can be made via TWY E4;
3.3   Procedures for departing ACFT
Permission for push back or taxiing from a position may only be requested if the pilot can perform the manoeuvre immediately.
Pilots shall state their parking position number and current ATIS information letter on initial contact with Ground Movement Control.
ATC departure clearance is available at start-up, see chapter 3.3.4.
3.3.1   Push back procedure
ACFT parked in a "Nose-in" position (see LJLJ AD 2.24.02-1 - Aircraft parking/docking chart ICAO) may leave the parking position in push-back procedure only.
Pilots are instructed to obtain start up and push back clearance on the respective frequency of Ground Movement Control.
In case of jet blast influence on opposite parking stands, pilots will be advised to start engines when aligned with the apron TWY by ground crew via intercom.
When using standard push back procedures nose of the ACFT from PSN 1 – 4 is facing westerly (north-west) and from PSN 5 – 15 is facing easterly (south-east). Pilots may receive instructions for non-standard push back direction from the controller.
After completion of the push back "ready to taxi" shall be reported to the respective frequency of Ground Movement Control.
3.3.2   Procedure for departing aircraft parked other than nose in parking positions
Pilots are instructed to obtain start up clearance and taxi instructions on the respective frequency of Ground Movement Control.
3.3.3   Usage of increased engine power for starting-up procedure (cross-bleed start)
Procedure for ACFT intending to increase the engine power for starting up another engine (cross-bleed start) shall be in two (2) stages:
  • I. Stage - Obtain permission from Ground Movement Control for first engine start with aircraft power unit (APU) and ground power unit (GPU) on parking stand.
  • II. Stage - Obtain permission from Ground Crew to start all others engines on the dedicated cross-bleed start position.
3.3.4   Departure Procedures
ATC clearance will be delivered from Ground Movement Control. Pilots shall request ATC clearance on stand at request for start-up and/or push-back clearance.
Example: LJUBLJANA GROUND, “call sign”, stand “number”, Information “letter”, request clearance, and start up, or request clearance start up and push-back.
3.4   Procedures for arriving aircraft
”TRAFFIC COORDINATION” assigns ACFT parking position on the apron. Pilots are informed about the assigned parking position by Ground Movement Control.
Arriving ACFT are assisted in taxiing on the main apron to the assigned parking position by a “Follow-me car”.
All parking positions have a single yellow centre-line. Each parking position has an individual number. Illuminated parking position number indicators are provided on parking positions with passenger boarding bridge.
3.4.1   Parking positions NR 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Safegate Aircraft Docking Guidance System "Safedock"
Routine docking manoeuvre:
  • Check for correct ACFT type displayed (ICAO designator)
  • Do not proceed beyond the bridge unless the floating arrows have been superseded by the yellow centre line bar
  • Red arrow shows direction to turn
  • Yellow arrow shows position in relation to centre line
  • The absence of any direction arrow indicates the aircraft on centre line
  • Display of digital countdown in metres starts 20 m before stop position
  • 12 m before stop position the closing rate will be indicated by turning off one row of the yellow centre line bar per 0.5 metres covered by the ACFT
  • At the stop position the display will show "STOP" with red light squares, followed by "OK".
In case of malfunction request assistance from Ground Movement Control.
Detailed system description, docking procedure, fault messages and safety procedures with corresponding graphics is available under http://www.fraport-slovenija.si/en/business-users/technical-data/documents/
3.4.2   Parking positions NR 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 39, 40, DE1
Stop bar markings are located to the left with a 90 degree angle to the guide lines.
ACFT has to be stopped with the pilot seat abeam the stop-bar (See image below)

3.4.3   Parking positions NR 1A, 8A, 13A, 15A, 31, 32, 32A, 32B, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 38L, 38R
ACFT are guided with marshalling assistance.
3.5   Non-marked parking areas and special purpose parking positions
Non-marked parking areas may also be assigned for parking. Non-marked parking areas are used mainly for larger ACFT types.
Parking position 3A, 8A, 13A and 15A are designed for chapter "D" aircraft.
Parking position 1A is used mainly for special purpose flights and it is self manoeuvring.
3.6   General Aviation Apron
For general aviation a separate General Aviation Apron is available (See Aerodrome Chart LJLJ AD 2.24.02-3)
Permission for the use of GA apron is issued by assignment of Follow me cars or by airport operator via radio (call sign "TRAFFIC COORDINATION" on FREQ 131.805 MHz). Use of GA apron including ACFT parking shall be done according to the instructions by airport operator.
Since Ground Movement Control is not established on general aviation apron all taxiing manoeuvres are conducted under pilots own responsibility. However, unit providing Ground Movement Control on main apron has jurisdiction over the issue of taxi clearance on general aviation apron. Therefore all pilots shall contact Ground movement Control prior taxing for departure.
3.7   High Visibility Jackets
All persons walking on the airport movement area (incl. flight crew during outside check) shall wear a high visibility jacket which complies with EN 471 class 2 or 3 or newer.
4   Fuelling
4.1   ACFT fuelling or defuelling with passengers embarking, on board or disembarking
ACFT fuelling or defuelling whit passengers embarking, on board or disembarking is permitted with prior approval from Airport Operator.
At any time, fire fighting service is ready for operation in the vicinity of the dock and open stands. The aviation company concerned is obliged to ensure that provisions stated in IR CAT.OP.MPA.195 and AMC1 CAT.OP.MPA.195 are fully complied with.
5   DE-ICING
5.1   De-icing procedures
If de-icing is required the flight crew shall, no later than 15 minutes before TOBT, inform Handling Supervisor or call “LJUBLJANA DE-ICING” on FREQ 131.405 MHz.
The flight crew will be informed about the de-icing procedure foreseen (on stand or on de-icing stand PSN DE1 or on taxiway TWY P, TWY N and TWY M).
Exceptions: According to exception list published in Manual – Ljubljana Airport Aircraft De-icing Plan available under: http://www.fraport-slovenija.si/en/business-users/technical-data/documents/
Engine run up above idle on De-icing area is not allowed.
5.2   ACFT, de-iced on de-icing stand PSN DE1 or on taxiway TWY P, TWY N and TWY M
Normal start-up/push-back procedure according to LJLJ AD 2.20.3, then;
  • Guidance and parking onto de-icing stand PSN DE1 or taxiway TWY P, TWY N and TWY M is provided by marshalling assistance.
  • On de-icing stand PSN DE1 contact "LJUBLJANA DE-ICING PAD 1" on FREQ 131.705 MHz or,
  • On taxiway TWY P, TWY N and TWY M contact "De-icing pad P/N/M" on FREQ 131.755 MHz.
  • When the de-icing process is completed, report ready for taxi to Ground Movement Control.
Propeller driven ACFT (except ATR 42/72) may not be de-iced on the de-icing stand PSN DE1 or taxiway TWY P, TWY N and TWY M for safety reasons. For ATR 42/72 propeller brake must be operative.
Special control examinations of individual ACFT parts (e.g. hands on checks) cannot be carried out.
5.3   ACFT, de-iced on stand
When all handling activities are completed, expect de-icing.
After de-icing activities are completed, normal start-up/push-back and taxi procedure shall be followed according to LJLJ AD 2.20.3
The underwing de-icing, engine de-icing with hot air, belly, gear de-icing and manually snow removal will take place on stand.

LJLJ AD 2.21   Noise abatement procedures

1   General
1.1   Regulations in force to avoid excessive aircraft noise in the populated areas in the vicinity of AD LJLJ
Aircraft not certificated in accordance with ICAO Annex 16, Volume I, Chapter 3 are not permitted unless the Civil Aviation Agency of Slovenia grants exemptions in justified cases.
Every operator of aircraft using the airport shall follow aircraft manufacturer’s noise abatement recommended procedures and ensure at all times that aircraft is operated in such manner that unnecessary noise disturbances are not caused in areas surrounding the airport. This applies in particular to the times of night flying restrictions.
Compliance with the procedure above shall not be required in adverse weather conditions or for safety reasons.
1.2   Auxiliary Power Units (APU)
Auxiliary Power Units shall only be started:
  • no earlier than 30 minutes before off-block time (engine start-up) and kept in operation no longer than 30 minutes after on-block time (engine shutdown).
  • if maintenance work on the aircraft makes it unavoidable; in that case the service period shall be kept as short as possible
In particular cases the Airport Operator may permit longer service periods.
1.3   Reverse thrust
Reverse trust other than idle shall not be used between 22:00 - 06:00 LT except for safety and operational reasons.
2   Night flying restrictions
Between 22:00-06:00 LT flight operations are subject to the following restrictions for noise abatement reasons:
  • between 22:00-00:00 LT RWY 30 will not normally be used for departures; pilots shall expect departures on RWY 12
  • between 00:00-06:00 LT departures on RWY 30 are not permitted
These restrictions do not apply to departures for safety, meteorological, technical and SAR reasons.
3   Run-up test
Engine ground runs on the aprons not associated with the planned aircraft departure are not permitted. ATC (main apron) and GAC (general aviation apron), may grants exceptions in justified cases for engine check starts and runs-up to the ground IDLE power. During these engine ground runs, continues radio contact with ATC (main apron) and GAC (general aviation apron) shall be ensured.
Engine ground runs with performance level greater than IDLE must commence on the dedicated Engine Run Zone. ATC may grant exceptions in justified cases for use of authorized area (run-up position) on the manoeuvring area. During these engine ground runs, continues radio contact with ATC shall be ensured.
Engine ground runs with performance level greater than IDLE, may be conducted between 06:00-22:00 LT. Exceptions (time limit) is granted in case of engine test on ERZ AAT for aircraft on the line maintenance. Engine test on Maximum Take Off Power is not allowed.

LJLJ AD 2.22   Flight procedures

1   Procedures for flights within TMA LJUBLJANA
1.1  The approach, holding and departure procedures are based on the provisions contained in the following ICAO Documents:
  • ICAO Annex 6 - Operation of Aircraft
  • ICAO Annex 14 - Aerodromes
  • Doc 4444 - RAC/501 - Rules of the Air and Air Traffic Services (PANS-RAC)
  • Doc 8168 - OPS/611 - Aircraft Operations (PANS-OPS), Volume I and II
1.2   RNAV SID/STAR - General
All RNAV SID/STAR are based on GNSS only for RNAV 1 (P-RNAV) certified aircraft. Use of DME/DME is not acceptable due to lack of DME facilities. The RNAV instrument procedures are developed in accordance with ICAO PANS-OPS Doc 8168, Volume II criteria and comply with Eurocontrol guidelines for the design of Terminal procedures for Area Navigation.
RNAV 1 (GNSS) capable aircraft shall plan RNAV SID/STAR.
For each SID and STAR procedure there is database coding table according to ARINC 424 standard.
Each SID includes textual description of procedure as well.
If the airborne RNAV equipment fails, ATC shall be informed as soon as possible by use of the phrase ‘’UNABLE RNAV’’. ATC will then provide radar vectors. Procedures are designed at or above MRVA and will be radar monitored.
Departing and arriving aircraft that are not equipped with appropriate RNAV systems shall plan their route according to published conventional procedures.
1.2.1   RNAV STAR procedures
STAR procedures are defined by a route associated with a profile including flight levels/altitudes and speed restrictions.
Air crews should plan RNAV STAR in accordance with vertical restrictions specified on STAR charts, unless specifically cancelled by ATC. Unless otherwise instructed by ATC the aircraft shall follow speed restrictions published on RNAV charts. If possible, CDO (continuous descent operation) technique should be applied through entire STAR procedure.
1.2.1.1   RWY 30
STAR procedures guide aircraft to the final approach track for RWY 30. All STAR procedures are coded also with intermediate point (IF) MIPRO ending with point BASTA (FAF/FAP). Final approach clearance shall be acquired before reaching waypoint MIPRO.
RNAV segment between point MIPRO and BASTA is shown on approach charts as well. After waypoint BASTA pilots may execute ILS or VOR final approach. Air crew may intercept final approach track by own navigation using RNAV STAR or may also request for radar vectoring to intercept ILS localizer or final track of VOR approach.
STAR via points VEKEN and LUMUS can be executed via northern or southern downwind for RWY 30:
  • South downwind (should be planned by default): LUMUS1R, VEKEN2R
  • North downwind: LUMUS1N, VEKEN2N
If traffic situation allows, aircraft executing LUMUS1R or VEKEN2R will be vectored after point XIMTO for 8 NM final approach and is subject to request/approval of air crews and ATC.
1.2.2   HOLDING procedures
  • Holding DOL; multi entry conventional holding (overhead VOR/DME DOL)
  • Holding SEHOR; multi entry RNAV holding
  • Holding CEPRA; multi entry RNAV holding
1.2.3   RNAV SID procedures
SID may include a published initial cleared level and may also include level restrictions at specified waypoints. Cleared levels issued explicit by ATC shall override the published level.
Aircraft departing RWY 12 may expect following ATC clearances:
  • RNAV SID LUPIX2E,
  • Climb on RWY heading to 6000 ft, further by radar.
Aircraft departing RWY 30 may expect following ATC clearances:
  • RNAV SID MODRO1Z or GIMIX1Z(*); or
  • Climb on RWY HDG, at MKR W turn left HDG 180, climb to 6000 ft, further by radar.
(*) GIMIX1Z is intended for JETs only. Required minimum climb gradient is 11.3%.
1.2.4   RNAV waypoint types and naming
Waypoints designed as a Fly-by waypoints are described as a N in the coding table column. Fly-over waypoints are marked with sign Y in the coding table and additionally marked on the chart.
The naming convention used is based on the last two letters in the Ljubljana airport code (LJ), followed by 3 digits numbered from:
  • 411 and upwards; RNAV STAR proceeding to south downwind for RWY 30 (via waypoint VIITA), except STAR LUMUS1R sharing the same points with STAR LUMUS1N,
  • 511 and upwards; RNAV STAR proceeding to north downwind for RWY 30 (via waypoint NORTO),
  • 611 and upwards; RNAV STAR proceeding to RWY 30 centreline (via waypoint MIPRO),
  • 711 and upwards; all RNAV SID procedures.
A separate list of relevant RNAV SID/STAR significant points with coordinates is provided at the back page of each chart.
1.2.5   Radio communication failure procedure
RNAV STAR has been given and acknowledged: Switch transponder to code 7600 and continue the flight according with lateral and vertical description of the procedure with subsequent final approach of an instrument approach procedure and land.
During radar vectoring and prior approach clearance has been received: Air crew shall turn inbound VOR/DME DOL to join the holding at 6000 ft.
1.2.6   Reporting
Any malfunctioning of RNAV equipment, errors and difficulties with flyability of RNAV SID/STAR procedures shall be reported to address below:
1.3   Conventional Departure Procedures
Aircraft departing RWY 12 may expect following ATC clearance:
  • Standard Instrument Departure procedure; LUPIX2D departure; or
  • RWY 12, Climb to 6000 ft on runway heading, further by Radar.
Aircraft departing RWY 30 may expect following ATC clearance:
  • Standard Instrument Departure procedure; MODRO1W, GIMIX1J (*); or
  • RWY 30, Climb to 6000 ft, at MKR W turn left HDG 180, further by Radar
(*) GIMIX1J is intended for JETs only. Required minimum climb gradient is 11.3%.
2   Procedures for VFR flights entering LJUBLJANA 1 TMA, LJUBLJANA 2 TMA, and LJUBLJANA 3 TMA and LJUBLJANA 4 TMA
2.1  VFR flights shall as soon as practicable establish radio contact with "LJUBLJANA RADAR" before entering LJUBLJANA 1 TMA, LJUBLJANA 2 TMA, and LJUBLJANA 3 TMA and LJUBLJANA 4 TMA. VFR flights shall not enter LJUBLJANA 2 TMA along Slovenian/Austrian border.
2.2  To avoid LJUBLJANA 1 TMA, LJUBLJANA 2 TMA, and LJUBLJANA 3 TMA and LJUBLJANA 4 TMA, "Recommended VFR Route" shall be used.
3   Procedures for VFR flights entering LJUBLJANA CTR
3.1  Two way radio communication required. Contact TOWER 5 MIN before reaching first reporting point.
3.2  VFR flights shall enter LJUBLJANA CTR as follows:
Reporting pointDefinition
from NortheastNE461332N 0143653E - Intersection of roads in Kamnik
from SouthS1460217N 0142702E - Intersection of highway - and then to follow S2
S2460552N 0142748E - Intersection of highway - and then to follow S3
S3460845N 0142452E - Hydro power plant Medvode
from WestW1461846N 0141449E - Village Ljubno - and then to follow W2
W2461744N 0142049E - Village Tenetise
W3461917N 0142031E - Road intersection between Golnik and Gorice
3.3  Use Chart LJLJ AD 2.24.13-3 for identifying the reporting points and entering procedures.
4   Procedures for VFR flights entering TMZ LJLJ
Within TMZ LJLJ VFR flights are only authorised with a functional Transponder Mode C. Flights which are not subject to ATC but are executed in this area shall squawk A 7000 Mode C. Exceptions are possible in individual cases after approval either by telephone or by radio only.
5   low visibility operations
5.1   General
Low visibility operations including Category II/III approach and landing operations as well as Low visibility take off are available at LJLJ airport.
5.2   CAT II/III approach and landing operations
Category II/III approach and landing operations are authorised on Runway 30. Minimums for categories of precision approach and landing operations are:
CAT II RVR ≥ 300 mand200 ft > vertical visibility ≥ 100 ft
CAT IIIA RVR ≥ 175 mor100 ft > vertical visibility ≥ 50 ft
CAT IIIB175 m > RVR ≥ 125 morvertical visibility < 50 ft
The operations are subject to the serviceability of the facilities/systems and procedures listed below.
5.3   Facilities /systems
The following CAT II/III facilities are available on RWY 30:
  • ILS LOC (IIIE4), co-located GP/DME OM, MM,
  • No-break battery power supply,
  • Lighting,
  • Precision approach CAT II and III lighting system,
  • *Threshold and runway end lights,
  • *Runway centre line (15 m intervals) and runway edge light (60 m intervals)
  • Touchdown zone lights,
  • *Taxiway edge lights and colour coded taxiways centre line lights on TWY B, C, F, K and G.
  • daylight markings on manoeuvring area
  • *Secondary power supply (switch over time 1 second),
  • *RVR assessment system at position ALPHA (touch down zone), BRAVO (runway mid-point) and CHARLIE (stop end).
Note: * Facilities required for Non-Guided LVTO (see para 6).
5.4   Criteria for the initiation and termination of low visibility procedures (LVP)
The initiation of LVP will be implemented in two phases
  • Preparation phase
  • Operations phase.
5.4.1  The preparation phase will be implemented when the RVR falls below 800 m and/or the ceiling is at or below 300 ft and CAT II/III operations are anticipated.
5.4.2  The operations phase will be commenced when the RVR falls below 550 m and the ceiling is at or below 200 ft. Pilots will be informed by R/T or ATIS on first contact by the following standard message:
"Low Visibility Procedures in operation"
5.4.3  LVP will be terminated when the RVR is greater than 800 m and the ceiling is above 300 ft and a continuing improvement of these conditions is expected.
Pilots will be informed by RTF or ATIS using the standard phraseology: "Low Visibility Procedures cancelled at time …….."
5.5   ATC Procedures
5.5.1   Information given to pilots
  • Together with approach clearance and after reaching 3-mile final the RVR value for position ALPHA.
    The RVR at positions BRAVO and CHARLIE are given only when they are:
    1. below RVR at position ALPHA and below 800 m;
    2. below 400 m;
    3. on pilots request.
  • As soon as one of the following events occurs:
    1. any significant change of the surface wind (direction and speed),
    2. any significant change of RVR prior the ACFT passing the OM.
    3. any changes in the status of operation of CAT II/III facilities
5.5.2   Separations
  1. An aircraft carrying out a CAT II/III approach shall not pass 10 NM LJB before the preceding aircraft has landed.
  2. Separation between an aircraft carrying out a CAT II/III approach on RWY 30 and an aircraft rolling for take off on RWY 30 shall ensure that the departing aircraft will pass over the ILS localizer antenna before the arriving aircraft reaches a point 2 NM from touchdown. To achieve this the departing aircraft must commence its take-off run before the arriving aircraft reaches a point 8 NM from touchdown.
5.5.3   Radar vectoring
Arriving aircraft will be vectored so as to ensure the interception of the ILS at the FAF BASTA D11.1 LBL.
5.5.4   Clearance for approach
ATC issues a clearance for ILS approach regardless of the Category flown.
5.5.5   Landing clearance
Landing clearance shall be delivered normally prior an arriving aircraft reaches a distance of 2 NM from threshold. In exceptional cases transmission may be delayed until a distance of 1 NM from threshold in which case pilots must be informed accordingly.
5.5.6   Pilots procedures
Whenever CAT II/III approaches are carried out the pilots shall preferably vacate the runway via Taxiway GOLF. Pilots shall report when landed and additionally runway vacated when passing the end of the colour coded yellow-green taxiway centre line lights.
5.5.7    Initiation and continuation of an ILS approach taking into account the reported RVR
A pilot may initiate an approach, regardless on whether the reported touch-down zone RVR does or does not meet the company required minimum RVR value for the touch-down zone. An approach, however, must not be continued beyond the outer marker (OM or an equivalent point) unless the reported touchdown zone RVR is at least equal to the minimum required RVR. When the pilot has passed the outer- marker he may continue approach regardless of any RVR changes reported, descending to the DH. From DH the approach may be continued to the landing provided that the required visual reference can be established and maintained.
Note: The OCA(H) values are promulgated on the respective instrument approach charts. The fixed minimum required RVR value for CAT III approach at Ljubljana airport is 125 m.
5.5.8    Information regarding malfunction and downgrading of the approach procedure
A change in operational status, if caused by a failure expected to last more than one hour, will be promulgated by NOTAM. Pilots will be notified of shorter term deficiencies by ATC (RTF and/or ATIS). During approach, immediately after occurrence the following information will be relayed, if necessary, together with downgrading of the approach category
Systems
considered
Failure to be reported by ATCExpected effect on ILS approach and landing operations
123
ILSILS out of Service 1)Restricted to Non-Precision Approach
ILS localizer downgraded to CAT IIFlight Operations limited to CAT II
Far field monitor unserviceableFlight Operations limited to CAT II
Outer Marker unserviceableNo limitation if MG or GP/DME available
DME (as alternative to marker beacons) unserviceableNo limitation if OM or MG available
LIGHTING SYSTEMSRunway lighting system unserviceableFlight Operations limited to CAT I - Daylight operations
Approach lighting unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
Runway edge lighting unserviceableFlight Operations limited to CAT I - Daylight operations
Runway centreline lighting unserviceable 2) Restriction depending on flight operation rules
Touch Down Zone lighting unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
Taxiway lighting system unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
Stop bars unserviceableNo effect if runway protection is ensured by other means
Standby power supply unserviceable 3) Restricted to Non-Precision Approach
RVRTouchdown RVR unserviceableNo limitation if mid-point RVR available
TDZ + MID RVR unserviceableFlight Operations limited to CAT I
ANCILLARY Anemometer unserviceableNo effect
Ceilometer unserviceableNo effect
1) This may be caused by the failure of a component or the complete ILS system (e.g. failure of the Localizer, Glide path, Status equipment or Far field monitor)
2) When the failure results in a spacing of serviceable lights more than 15 m and not more than 30 m, a failure report is required e.g. "Runway centreline spacing 30 m". When the failure results in a spacing of serviceable lights larger than 30 m, the Runway centreline lights system must be reported as unserviceable.
3) A single standby power supply is provided for all lighting systems.
Suspension (Downgrading) of CAT II and III operations by ATC will only be announced if the ILS equipment is concerned. In any other case of unserviceability, the decision to continue to operate in the prevailing circumstances rests with the pilot.
6   LOW VISIBILITY TAKE-OFF (LVTO)
RWY 30 is suitable for guided Low Visibility Take Off.
RWY 12 is suitable for non guided Low Visibility Take Off. Facilities required for non guided LVTO are marked with an asterisk in para 5.3.
The fixed minimum required RVR value for LVTO at Ljubljana airport are:
  • 100 m for guided LVTO
  • 125 m for non-guided LVTO
6.1   Criteria for the implementation of LVP during LVTO
Normally LVP are applied for arriving and departing traffic. If LVTO only is conducted when RVR is below 400 m the aircraft operator shall request LVP procedures to be provided. LVTO must be required a minimum 30 minutes in advance to permit appropriate preparations by aerodrome authority.
When Low Visibility Take Off (LVTO) only is in operation the message should read: "Low Visibility Take Off Procedures in operation".
6.2   Details of runway entries
Entry to RWY 12 is permitted via taxiway GOLF (G) and KILO (K).
Entry to RWY 30 is permitted via taxiway GOLF (G), FOXTROT (F), BRAVO (B) and CHARLIE (C).
6.3   Details of holding points to be used
The holding position to be used for RWY 12 is Holding position on taxiway KILO (K) and GOLF (G).
The holding positions to be used for RWY 30 are Holding positions on taxiway GOLF (G), FOXTROT (F), BRAVO (B) and CHARLIE (C).
6.4   Ground movement restrictions
Operations of vehicles on the manoeuvring area are to be restricted to minimum when LVTO is in progress.
Aircraft movements on the apron must only be carried out according to the directions of the marshaller.
Only one ACFT movement on the main apron at the time is allowed when LVP is in place (including ACFT in push-back procedure).
Systems
considered
Failure to be reported by ATCExpected effect on Flight Operations
123
ILSILS out of Service 1)Guided Low Visibility Take-Off not permitted
ILS localizer downgraded to CAT IIGuided Low Visibility Take-Off not permitted
Far field monitor unserviceableGuided Low Visibility Take-Off not permitted
LIGHTING SYSTEMSRunway lighting system unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
Runway edge lighting unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
Runway centreline lighting unserviceable 2) Restriction depending on flight operation rules
Taxiway lighting system unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
Stop bars unserviceableNo effect if runway protection is ensured by other means
Standby power supply unserviceable 3) LVTO not permitted
RVR Rollout RVR unserviceableNo effect if visibility can be assigned by the pilot
Other RVR measuring points unserviceableRestriction depending on flight operation rules
ANCILLARY Anemometer unserviceableNo effect if other sources available
Ceilometer unserviceableNo effect
1) This may be caused by the failure of a component or the complete ILS system (e.g. failure of the Localizer, Glide path, Status equipment or Far field monitor)
2) When the failure results in a spacing of serviceable lights more than 15 m and not more than 30 m, a failure report is required e.g. "Runway centreline spacing 30 m". When the failure results in a spacing of serviceable lights larger than 30 m, the Runway centreline lights system must be reported as unserviceable.
3) A single standby power supply is provided for all lighting systems.

LJLJ AD 2.23   Additional information

1   BIRD CONCENTRATION IN THE VICINITY OF THE AERODROME
Occasionally bird concentration is to be expected on and in the vicinity of the AD. More detailed information will be promulgated by NOTAM.

LJLJ AD 2.24   Charts related to an aerodrome

LJLJ AD 2.24.01-1 Aerodrome Chart - ICAO
LJLJ AD 2.24.02-1Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - ICAO
LJLJ AD 2.24.02-3Aircraft Parking/Docking Chart - ICAO (General Aviation)
LJLJ AD 2.24.03-1 Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type A (RWY 12/30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.04-1 Aerodrome Obstacle Chart - ICAO Type B
LJLJ AD 2.24.06-1Precision Approach Terrain Chart - ICAO
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-1Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-3Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-5Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-7Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 12)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-9Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 12)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-11Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 12)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-13Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 12)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-15Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-17RNAV (GNSS) Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.08-19RNAV (GNSS) Standard Departure Chart-Instrument (SID) - ICAO (RWY 12)
LJLJ_AD_2.24.10-1Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-3Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-5Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-7Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-9Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-11RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-13RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-15RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-17RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-19RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-21RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.10-23RNAV (GNSS) Standard Arrival Chart-Instrument (STAR) - ICAO (RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.11-1Radar Vectoring Chart
LJLJ AD 2.24.12-1Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (ILS RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.12-3Instrument Approach Chart - ICAO (VOR RWY 30)
LJLJ AD 2.24.13-1Visual Approach Chart - Circling
LJLJ AD 2.24.13-3Visual Approach Chart