BL 9-5, BL 9-6, VFR-FlightGuide Denmark-ENR1-1,EK-ENR5-5


Indlægaf Jonni Laumann » fre jan 23, 2009 10:11 pm

1. Gliding/Hang-gliding
1.1 General
Gliding/hang-gliding may take place from a great number of public
and private aerodromes or special glider/hang-glider sites.
The aerodromes and the glider/hang-glider sites are shown on the
ANC 1:500 000 Denmark and other relevant aeronautical charts.
1.2 Caution. Use of Cable Launching
Cable launching may take place at some sites up to a height of 2000
FT AGL. The cable forms an almost invisible obstacle during launch
as well as when falling to the ground. After release, the cable will fall
to the ground in the direction with the wind, away from the winch. Normally
the cable will fall within the limit of the site, but situations may
occur where the cable will fall outside the site.
Collision with the cable may cause damage to an aircraft, in worst
case be fatal. A safety distance of 1 NM from the position of the site
will be sufficient.
Glider/hang-glider sites where cable launch may take place is listed
on page ENR 5.5 - 2, Table 1 and 2.
1.3 Gliding/Hang-gliding in Airspace Class E and G.
Gliding/hang-gliding in airspace Class E and G will normally not be
known by ATS. However, in case of intensive activity such as competition
and the like, NOTAM will be issued if the Civil Aviation Administration
has been informed thereof.
1.4 Glider/Hang-glider Areas in Airspace Class C and D
1.4.1 Areas and allocation
Areas within which gliding/hang-gliding may take place on special
conditions have been established in København TMA and Roskilde
TMA (airspace class C), in Aalborg TMA, Billund TMA/CTR, Karup
TMA/CTR (airspace class D).
The areas may be allocated on all days to flying clubs or to individual
flights. For intensive activity the areas will be allocated to flying clubs
only. Allocation of the areas will always be based on an evaluation of
the actual traffic situation in the area concerned. For areas within
København TMA and Roskilde TMA the actual upper limit will be determined
through coordination with Roskilde Approach and based on
the actual weather situation in the area concerned. Within København
TMA individual flights may also be permitted to operate outside
the glider areas in airspace class C.
1.4.2 Location of glider/hang-glider areas
The areas in København TMA and Roskilde TMA are shown on the
ANC 1:250 000 Copenhagen Area. For location of areas in Aalborg
TMA, Billund TMA/CTR and Karup TMA/CTR see the chart in the relevant
aerodrome section.
Detailed description of the areas are given on page ENR 5.5 - 3, Table
1.4.3 Conditions for flights other than gliding/hang-gliding
a) IFR-flights
IFR-flights will be separated from active glider/hang-glider areas.
Howevever, if an area is allocated for an individual flight, IFR-flights
will be separated from such flight only and not from the whole area.
b) VFR flights
VFR-flights may obtain information as to whether a glider/hang-glider
area is active from the appropriate ATS unit on the relevant TOWER
or APPROACH frequency.
A request for a clearance to pass an active area will normally be complied
with, but VFR-flights which have been cleared to pass an active
area will not receive traffic information and advice to avoid collision
as prescribed for airspace Class C and D.

2. Parachuting
2.1 General
Parachuting may take place at many locations throughout the country.
Locations, known by the Civil Aviation Administration, as being
frequently used are listed in table 4.
2.2 NOTAM about Parachuting
NOTAM about parachuting will be issued only in cases of a special
and intensive activity and if the Civil Aviation Administration has been
informed thereof in advance.
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