IFATC at Home – Germany

IFATC at Home – Germany


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Servus! Moin! Hallo! Along with this sunday's IFATC at Home Event, the German IFATC-Team will staff airports all around Germany. We offer a wide selection of airports, including the busiest hubs and regional airports embedded into one of the most complex airspaces in the world. Happy flying!

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Airport/Radar Facility FIR Status Controller/Frequency
EDDF (Frankfurt Airport) EDGG (Langen FIR)
EDDM (Munich Airport) EDMM (München FIR)
EDDL (Düsseldorf Airport) EDGG (Langen FIR)
EDDS (Stuttgart Airport) EDGG (Langen FIR)
EDDH (Hamburg Airport) EDWW (Bremen FIR)
EDDV (Hannover Airport) EDWW (Bremen FIR)

Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt am Main Airport (ICAO-Code: EDDF, IATA-Code: FRA) is the busiest airport by passenger traffic in Germany as well as the busiest in Europe by cargo traffic. The airport is located 12 km southwest of central Frankfurt and is surrounded by the Frankfurt City Forest. Frankfurt Airport serves as the main hub for German flag carrier Lufthansa, Lufthansa Cargo and long-haul cargo operator AeroLogic.
As of Summer 2017, Frankfurt Airport served more than 300 destinations in 111 countries and 5 continents, making it the airport with the most direct routes in the world.

Visit Frankfurt Airport:

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Controllers: @Flying_Pencil, @Flo_Rauslg

Runways


Frankfurt Airport has four runways of which three are arranged parallel in east-west direction and one in north-south direction. In 2010 three runways (Runways North, South and West) handled 464,432 aircraft movements, which equated to 83 movements per hour. During normal operation the two outer parallel runways (07L/25R and 07R/25L) are used for landings and the central parallel runway (07C/25C) and the Runway West (18), which can only be used in one direction, for take-offs.
Most of the time Frankfurt Airport operates in a west flow provided that the tailwind component does not exceed 5kts, which means Runways 25R/25L are preferably used for landings and Runways 18/25C for take-offs.

Runway Length x Width in m (ft) Surface Use
07C/25C 4000 × 60 (13,123 × 197) Asphalt Take-offs (landings allowed)
07R/25L 4000 × 45 (13,123 × 148) Asphalt Take-offs and landings
18 4000 × 45 (13,123 × 148) Concrete Take-offs in southbound direction only
07L/25R 2800 × 45 (9,240 × 148) Concrete Landings only (not allowed for Airbus A380, Boeing 747, MD-11)
IFR Procedures and Charts

All IFR Charts and procedures for Frankfurt Airport can be found at Jeppesen or VATSIM Germany. ATC preferred procedures are listed in the table below, including arrival/departure direction and the respective Jeppesen Chart Index Number.
Preferred procedures for a particular runway are marked bold.

Preferred RNAV Transitions

Runway 25s Runway 07s Arrival direction Chart Index Number
ASPA5W ASPA5E South East 10–2A2 and 10–2A1
EMPA4W EMPA4E South 10–2A4 and 10–2A3
UNOK2L UNOK3M North, North West 10–2C
KERA3L KERA3M North, North East 10–2B

Preferred Arrival Procedures (RNAV) and RNAV Transitions

Runway 25s Runway 07s Arrival direction Chart Index Number
ASPA5W ASPA5E South East 10–2A2 and 10–2A1
EMPA4W EMPA4E South 10–2A4 and 10–2A3
UNOK2L UNOK3M North, North West 10–2C
KERA3L KERA3M North, North East 10–2B

Preferred Departure Procedures (RNAV)

Runway 25s Runway 07s Runway 18 Departure direction Chart Index Number
MARU5F MARU9D MARU6S North 10–3G, 10–3G and 10–3G6
OBOK1G OBOK1E OBOK2S North West 10–3E, 10–3D and 10–3E4
TOBA6F TOBA9D TOBA8S North East 10–3L7, 10–3L6 and 10–3N1
ANEK9F ANEK2D ANEK2A South 10–3C8, 10–3C7 and 10–3A3
CIND1F CIND1D CIND1S South East 10–3E8, 10–3E7 and 10–3E1
SULU1F SULU1D SULU2A East 10–3L2, 10–3L1 and 10–3C6
SOBR6N SOBR6D SOBR1L South West 10–3L, 10–3J2 and 10–3C5

Remarks:
SULU1D not to be used by aircraft with destination airport EDDN.

Route Statistics

In total, there are 86 airlines flying from and to Frankfurt. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers: Lufthansa (191 destinations), Condor (60), Malta Air and Tui Fly (24), Ryanair (17) as well as SunExpress (15).
At present, there are 15 domestic flights from Frankfurt. The longest flight from Frankfurt is a 7,518 mile (12,099 km) non-stop route to Santiago de Chile. The scheduled flight time is 15 hours and 15 minutes and it is operated by LATAM.
For a detailed route database, showing all direct flights from Frankfurt Airport, head to https://www.flightconnections.com/flights-from-frankfurt-fra.
The busiest routes at Frankfurt Airport (2015) including operating airlines and recommended flight plans (AIRAC cycle 2007) are listed in the table below.

Destination Departing passengers Operating airlines Recommended flight plan
Berlin-Tegel 802,000 Lufthansa, Air Berlin EDDF TOBAK SWALM LARUB MAGES TAMEB WEMAR RELKO NAMUB NOTGO RUDAK EDDT
Hamburg 745,100 Lufthansa EDDF TOBAK TESGA SOGMI MASEK KEMAD ELNAT WERRA LUXUX NORTA DLE MADOR AGATI NOLGO EDDH
London-Heathrow 639,500 British Airways, Lufthansa EDDF ULKIG RUDOT BITBU MAKIK GOPAS DEMUL RITAX REMBA GILOM BUB DENUT LUMEN BULAM DIBLI RAPIX SUNUP TEBRA KOPUL UNSAD NILON GILDA LAM EGLL
Zurich 621,700 Lufthansa, Swiss International Airlines EDDF ANEKI NEKLO BADLI PABLA HERBI NATOR RILAX LSZH
Airlines/Terminals

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Frankfurt Airport has two large main passenger terminals (1 and 2), where terminal operations are grouped for airlines and airline alliances rather than into domestic and international routes.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is the older and larger terminal. It is divided into five concourses. Terminal 1 is primarily used by Lufthansa, its associated companies and its Star Alliance partners. Some airlines that are not part of the Lufthansa Group or Star Alliance also use Terminal 1. SkyTeam member airlines Alitalia and Middle East Airlines also use Terminal 1.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is divided into two concourses. Terminal 2 is primarily used by airlines of the Oneworld and SkyTeam alliances. Terminal 2 is also used by airlines that do not belong to any of the three major airline alliances.

Munich Airport

Munich Airport (ICAO-Code: EDDM, IATA-Code: MUC) is the second-busiest airport in Germany in terms of passenger traffic and the eight-busiest airport in Europe handling 48 million passengers in 2019. The airport’s Terminal 2 serves as secondary hub for Lufthansa including Lufthansa Regional and its Star Alliance partners and is located 29km northeast of Munich. The airport is operated and owned by Flughafen München GmbH.
For detailed information on Munich Airport, head to the official IFATC at Home – Munich Thread.

Visit Munich Airport:

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Controllers: @Moritz, @CptJu, @Mr.Davi, @Maximilian1805

Runways


Munich Airport has two parallel runways in east-west direction and one concrete helipad. In 2019 these Runways handled 417,138 aircraft movements.
Runways 26L and 26R are preferentially used as long as the tailwind component does not exceed 5 kts. Both runways are approved for independent departure and independent parallel approach operations.
Departing aircraft to the N and NE will usually be assigned Runway 26R/08L.
Departing aircraft to the NW, SW, S and SE will be assigned Runway 26L/08R.
Aircraft approaching via ROKIL/LANDU will usually be assigned Runway
26R/08L.
Aircraft approaching via NAPSA/BETOS will usually be assigned Runway 26L/08R.
Exceptions are inbound/outbound aircraft that are positioned at the stand-groups 700/800/900 (mostly cargo and general aviation which are always assigned Runway 26L/08R due to shorter taxi time.

Runway Length x Width in m (ft) Surface Use
08R/26L 4000 × 60 (13,123 × 197) Concrete Take-offs and landings
08L/26R 4000 × 60 (13,123 × 197) Concrete Take-offs and landings
IFR Procedures and Charts

All IFR Charts and procedures for Munich Airport can be found at Jeppesen or VATSIM Germany. ATC preferred procedures are listed in the table below, including arrival/departure direction and the respective Jeppesen Chart Index Number.
Preferred procedures for a particular runway are marked bold .

Arrival Procedures

Runway 26s/08s Arrival direction RNAV Transition/CDA Chart Index Number
ABGA4A, GESL1A, KUNO3A, PELO3A, AKAN3A, ANOR3A, RIXE4A North West ROK26, ROKØ8 10–2C, 10–2C1, Transitions: 10–2E and 10–2D
OSDE4A, IRBI5A, KOGO4A, MERSI4A, OBAG5A South West BET26, BETØ8 10–2B, Transitions: 10–2J and 10–2H
ARBA4A, BAGM5A, EXUS4A, BAMT4A North East LAN26, LANØ8 10–2, Transitions: 10–2E and 10–2D
NAPS3A South East NAP26, NAPØ8 10–2A, Transitions: 10–2G and 10–2F
South East BAGS1C, RAST1C, VATE1C CDAs: 10–2M

Remarks:
All STARs terminate at one of the four arrival gates: ROKIL, NAPSA, BETOS and LANDU. These waypoints are clearance limits. Expect further clearance via the respective RNAV Transition or radar vectors to final approach course at the respective waypoint prior to the IAF.
ABGA4A available daily from 2330-0600Z, on weekends (friday 1500Z to monday 0600Z) and during local holidays.
Fly BAGS1C, RAST1C, VATE1C transitions as Continuous Descent Approach (CDA), after DM45Ø maintain track and expect radar vectors to final approach course.

Departure Procedures

Runway 26L/Runway 26R Runway 08L/Runway 08R Departure direction Chart Index Number
BIBA3S, BIBA3N BIBA2Q, BIBA2E North East 10–3L and 10–3K
GIVM6S, GIVM1N GIVM6Q , GIVM6E North West 10–3N and 10–3M
KIRD3S , KIRD3N KIRD2Q, KIRD2E East 10–3N2 and 10–3N1
ANKE7S, ANKE9N ANKE9Q , ANKE9E North 10–3C and 10–3B
MERS5S , MERS6N MERS4Q, MERS4E South West 10–3N4 and 10–3N3
TULS6S , TULS2N TULS1Q, TULS2E South 10–3Q8 and 10–3Q7
ROTA3S , ROTA3N ROTA4Q, ROTA2E South East 10–3Q6 and 10–3Q5

Remarks:
MERS5S, MERS6N, MERS4Q, MERS4E and TULS6S, TULS2N, TULS1Q, TULS2E are permitted for Jet Aircraft only.

Route Statistics

In total, there are 68 airlines flying from and to Munich. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers: Lufthansa (155 destinations), Condor (33), Tui Fly (23), Eurowings (22), Air Dolomiti (12) and Turkish Airlines (10).
Munich Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 226 destinations in 66 countries. At present, there are 18 domestic flights from Munich. The longest flight from Munich MUC is a 6,249 mile (10,057 km) non-stop route to Singapore Changi. This direct flight takes around 12 hours and 10 minutes and is operated by Lufthansa and its Star Alliance partner Singapore Airlines.
For a detailed route database, showing all direct flights from Munich Airport, head to https://www.flightconnections.com/flights-from-munich-muc.
The busiest routes at Munich Airport (2018) including operating airlines and recommended flight plans (AIRAC cycle 2007) are listed in the table below.

Destination Departing passengers Operating airlines Recommended flight plan
Berlin-Tegel 1,988,248 Lufthansa, easyJet EDDM AKINI MAMOR RUDNO TIVDA ETVIS NAVEK GAVLI BESIP OSKAN AKUDI EDDT
Hamburg 1,749,616 Eurowings, Lufthansa EDDM INPUD UPALA RODOG BAMAS PIBAD BAMKI BIRKA LARET POVEL HLZ ULSEN DENIX AMLUH HAM EDDH
Düsseldorf 1,423,182 Eurowings, Lufthansa EDDM INPUD UPALA TENLO ALAXA BOREP TESDU ALIBU BIBEG DEMAB OBISI MASEK EDEGA MAPOX BIGGE HMM XAMOD EDDL
London-Heathrow 1,237,039 British Airways, Lufthansa EDDM INPUD UPALA INBED LOHRE ADKUV LAMLA BATTY TERLA SOGRI BUB DENUT LUMEN BULAM DIBLI RAPIX SUNUP TEBRA KOPUL UNSAD NILON GILDA LAM EGLL
Frankfurt 1,199,444 Lufthansa EDDM GIVMI ERNAS TALAL ERMEL SPESA EDDF
Airlines/Terminals

The airport covers 1,575 ha of land area. Most of the airport’s facilities are located in the area between the two runways. The airport has two passenger terminals, where terminal operations are grouped for airlines and airline alliances rather than into domestic and international routes.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is the older terminal and is subdivided into five modules. Four modules provide all facilities necessary to handle departures and arrivals, whereas one module is equipped to handle arrivals only. Modules A and D are used for flights within the Schengen-area, while modules B and C handle those to destinations outside it. Terminal 1 currently handles all airlines that are not members or partners of the Star Alliance with exception of Turkish Airlines.

Terminal 2 and Satellite

Having been designed as a hub terminal, Terminal 2 is exclusively used by Lufthansa, its associated companies and Star Alliance members. In order to increase capacity, the satellite terminal was built and it commenced operations in 2016. The new satellite building is 609 metres long and features 52 additional gates. The building has separate access facilities for Schengen and Non-Schengen passengers on two main levels.

Düsseldorf Airport

Düsseldorf Airport (ICAO-Code: EDDL, IATA-Code: DUS) is located about 4 mi north of downtown Düsseldorf, and about 12 mi south-west of Essen in the Rhine-Ruhr area, at an elevation of 147 ft MSL (45 m). Düsseldorf is the third-largest airport in Germany after Frankfurt and Munich. It is a hub for Eurowings and a focus city for several other airlines.

Visit Düsseldorf Airport:

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Controllers: @sebi-ue, @Julius97

Runways

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Düsseldorf Airport has two parallel runways in east-west direction with 500m runway centerline separation, which handled 218,820 aircraft movements in 2018 altogether. Due to almost all-year-round westwind-conditions about 80% of the time, runways 23L/23R are used.

Runway Length x Width in m (ft) Surface Use
05L/23R 2700 × 45 (8858 × 148) Concrete Take-offs and landings
05R/23L 3000 × 45 (9843 × 148) Concrete Take-offs and landings
IFR Procedures and Charts

All IFR Charts and procedures for Düsseldorf Airport can be found at Jeppesen or VATSIM Germany.

Route Statistics

In total there are 52 airlines flying from and to Düsseldorf. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers: Eurowings (95 destinations), Condor (32, Tui Fly (25), SunExpress (21) and Laudamotion (20).
Düsseldorf Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 173 destinations in 49 countries. At present, there are 11 domestic flights from Düsseldorf. The longest flight from Düsseldorf is a 6,456 mile (10,390 km) non-stop route to Singapore Changi. This flight is scheduled to be around 12 hours and 25 minutes and is operated by Singapore Airlines.
For a detailed route database, showing all direct flights from Düsseldorf Airport, head to https://www.flightconnections.com/flights-from-d%C3%BCsseldorf-dus.
The busiest routes at Düsseldorf Airport (2018) including operating airlines and recommended flight plans (AIRAC cycle 2007) are listed in the table below.

Destination Departing passengers Operating airlines Recommended flight plan
Palma de Mallorca 1,495,562 Eurowings, Condor, TUI fly, Laudamotion EDDL MODRU SUMAS NAVAK PINUS LNO GESLO GOPAS DIK LIMGO SUTAL GTQ POGOL LASAT MIRGU SHARA TIRSO ARPUS TORPA MOROK GILIR TUROM BOLGI MILPA GIRKU BALSI KOTIT RETNO DOTIG GIROL TUPOX MTG DIVKO VATIR PIVUS SULID SISMO KENAS LEPA
Munich 1,419,069 Eurowings, Lufthansa EDDL DODEN BOMBI HAREM ELMOX PIGAB DKB LEVBU ANORA EDDM
Berlin 1,197,615 easyJet, Eurowings EDDL MEVEL MISRI ELTUK OSDIK ROBEG DLE HLZ BATEL EDDT
Dubai 532,407 Emirates EDDL KUMIK BIGSU TESGA ESATI LOHRE OSBIT RASPU KOMIB SULUS LONLI KULOK ABERU OKG DONAD BALTU EROKA OKL LETNA BEKVI PEMUR DOBIL ETUDA RIBSI SOPAV PADKA LAVPI NOMIX USALO SKAVI XEVBA MOKMU GEVNA LUXAR ODRAP TEPNA IVF BUKOV DOBOK NETED KIV ANEDO DIGAM BOMKI NEVKA TUNSA ABRAN KUGOS SIN CRM GULRA INTAB ERN EVSAS BAYIR ULTED NARLI INLAP YKV LUMOM PAVOD ENEDA NOLTO KRD DAPEM NAGRO IMKEN KIXOB EGSIR RUBAK TOTNO DASDO LAGSA LAM KIS SIR TATLA VUTEB OMDB
Airlines/Terminals

Düsseldorf Airport has three terminals connected by a central spine, even though the terminals are essentially concourses within a single terminal building.

Terminal A

Terminal A is used by Lufthansa and Eurowings, its airline partners and Star Alliance members.

Terminal B

Terminal B is used for domestic and EU-flights by a few Star Alliance members such as Aegean Airlines, but mainly by SkyTeam and Oneworld members. Also located within this terminal are leisure carriers such as TUIfly Deutschland and Condor.

Terminal C

Terminal C is used exclusively for non-Schengen-flights by non-Star Alliance airlines (except Turkish Airlines). These are long-haul flights by Delta Air Lines, Emirates and others.

Executive Terminal

Jet Aviation operates a small terminal solely for private and corporate customers.

Stuttgart Airport

Stuttgart Airport (ICAO-Code: EDDS, IATA-Code: STR) is the international airport of Stuttgart. The airport is the sixth busiest in Germany with roughly 12 million passengers in 2018 and hub for Eurowings and focus city for Condor and Ryanair. The airport is located approximately 13 km south of Stuttgart.

Visit Stuttgart Airport:

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Controller: @Georgios_P

Runway

The airport features one runway in east-west direction, which handled 137,632 aircraft movements in 2018.

Runway Length x Width in m (ft) Surface Use
07/25 3345 × 45 (10,974 × 148) Concrete Take-offs and landings
IFR Procedures and Charts

All IFR Charts and procedures for Stuttgart Airport can be found at Jeppesen or VATSIM Germany. ATC preferred procedures are listed in the table below, including arrival/departure direction and the respective Jeppesen Chart Index Number.

Preferred Arrival Procedures

Runway 25/07 RNAV Transition Arrival direction Chart Index Number
BADS2A LBU25, LBUØ7 North West 10–2, Transitions: 10–2B, 10–2C
REUT5A REU25, REUØ7 South 10–2, Transitions: 10–2E, 10–2D
TEKS5A TEK25, TEKØ7 East 10–2, Transitions: 10–2E, 10–2D
DENE1H West 10–2H
Route Statistics

In total there are 33 airlines flying from and to Stuttgart. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers: Eurowings (71 destinations), Laudamotion (25), TUI fly (20) and SunExpress (13).
Stuttgart Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 127 destinations in 34 countries. At present, there are 13 domestic flights from Stuttgart. The longest flight from Stuttgart is a 4,670 mile (7,516 km) non-stop route to Atlanta. This direct flight takes around 10 hours and 15 minutes and is operated by Delta.
For a detailed route database, showing all direct flights from Stuttgart Airport, head to https://www.flightconnections.com/flights-from-stuttgart-str.

Airlines/Terminals

Stuttgart Airport consists of four passenger terminals which have separate check-in facilities and entrances but are directly connected to each other and share a single airside area.

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is the first of two landside main halls and shares the roof with Terminals 2 and 3. It is mainly used by Eurowings and Turkish Airlines as well as Lauda Airlines.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is a small area and is located between the main halls of Terminals 1 and 3. It is used by Lufthansa & Star Airlines in addition to their counters in Terminal 1.

Terminal 3

Terminal 3 is located east of Terminal 1 and 2 and is used by TUI fly Deutschland and KLM among several other airlines.

Terminal 4

Terminal 4 is, unlike the other three terminals, a separate and very basic equipped building to the east of Terminals 1 to 3 but also connected to them by a walk way.

Hamburg Airport

Hamburg Airport (ICAO-Code: EDDH, IATA-Code: HAM), known in German as Flughafen Hamburg, is the international airport of Hamburg and has an elevation of 53 ft ASL (16 m). The airport is located 8.5 km north of the city centre in the Fuhlsbüttel quarter at an elevation of 53 ft ASL (16 m) and serves as a hub for Eurowings and focus cities for Condor, Ryanair, and TUI fly Deutschland. Hamburg Airport is the fifth-busiest of Germany’s commercial airports measured by the number of passengers and counted more than 17 million passengers and 160,000 aircraft movements in 2018.

Visit Hamburg Airport:

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Controllers: @NJ24, @DirkGiessmann

Runways

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Hamburg Airport features two intersecting runways of which one is arranged in north-south direction and one in east-west direction. Almost 60% of all take-offs are commenced in northern direction due to noise abatement and 31% in western direction due to wind conditions, whereas 49% of all landings came from the east and 25% from the north.

Runway Length x Width in m (ft) Surface Use
05/23 3250 × 45 (10663 × 151) Asphalt Take-offs and landings mainly on 33
15/33 3000 × 45 (12028 × 151) Asphalt Take-offs and landings mainly on 23
IFR Procedures and Charts

All IFR Charts and procedures for Hamburg Airport can be found at Jeppesen or VATSIM Germany.

Route Statistics

In total, there are 45 airlines flying from and to Hamburg. Most flights are operated by one of the following carriers: Eurowings (52 destinations), TUI fly and Condor (15), Ryanair (11), easyJet(9) and Turkish Airlines (7).
Hamburg Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 111 destinations in 38 countries. At present, there are 9 domestic flights from Hamburg. The longest flight from Hamburg is a 3,137 mile (5,048 km) non-stop route to Boa Vista. This direct flight takes around 6 hours and 55 minutes and is operated by TUI Fly.
For a detailed route database, showing all direct flights from Hamburg Airport, head to https://www.flightconnections.com/flights-from-hamburg-ham.
The busiest routes at Hamburg Airport (2018) including operating airlines and recommended flight plans (AIRAC cycle 2007) are listed in the table below.

Destination Departing passengers Operating airlines Recommended flight plan
Munich 1,738,973 Eurowings, Lufthansa EDDH AMLUH DENIX ULSEN HLZ POVEL ABGUS KENIG GALMA NAMUB ALOSO SODRO URONA ABERU TIPAM ARMUT TIVDA LULAR EXUSI EDDM
Frankfurt 1,394,973 Lufthansa EDDH IDEKO NIE ROBEG PIROT LARBU WRB ANANO MASEK OBISI DEMAB ARNIX FUL KERAX EDDF
Palma de Mallorca 982,336 Condor, Eurowings, Ryanair, TUI fly EDDH IDEKO NIE ROBEG PIROT LARBU WRB RANAX EDEGA AMETU SOGMI BOMBI GIGET ABUKA KRH PABLA HERBI MOPAN OLBEN LUTIX BENOT NEMOS VEROX MILPA GIRKU BALSI KOTIT RETNO DOTIG GIROL TUPOX MTG DIVKO VATIR PIVUS SULID SISMO KENAS LEPA
Zurich 707,970 Eurowings, Swiss International Airlines EDDH IDEKO NIE ROBEG PIROT LARBU WRB RANAX EDEGA AMETU SOGMI BOMBI GIGET ABUKA KRH EPIXU NATOR RILAX LSZH
Airlines/Terminals

Hamburg has two terminals, Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, connected by the Airport Plaza and the baggage claim area that extends through the lower levels of all three buildings.

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Terminal 1

Terminal 1 houses most of the airlines including those from the Oneworld and SkyTeam alliances.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 houses Eurowings and Lufthansa with its Star Alliance partners, amongst others.

Hannover Airport

Hannover Airport (ICAO-Code: EDDV, IATA-Code: HAJ) is the international airport of Hannover. The ninth largest airport in Germany is located Langenhagen, around 11 km north of Hannover at an elevation of 183 ft ASL (56 m). The airport has flights to European metropolitan and leisure destinations. Hannover Airport currently serves as focus city for Eurowings, Condor, Corendon Airlines Europe and TUI fly Deutschland and used to serve as base for SunExpress Deutschland.

Visit Hannover Airport:

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Controllers: @Jan_Wrobel, @Phil1988

Runways

Hannover Airport features three parallel runways in east-west direction.

Runway Length x Width in m (ft) Surface Use
09L/27R 3800 x 45 (12467 × 148) Concrete Take-offs and landings
09C/27C 780 × 23 (2559 × 74) Asphalt Take-offs and landings
09R/27R 2340 × 45 (7677 × 148) Concrete Take-offs and landings
IFR Procedures and Charts

All IFR Charts and procedures for Hannover Airport can be found at Jeppesen or VATSIM Germany.

Airlines/Terminals

Hannover Airport has three passenger terminal concourses named Terminals A, B, and C. The additional Terminal D to the east of the main terminal is a rebuilt hangar which is exclusively used by the Royal Air Force to transport British troops to and from Northern Germany.


For more information on this event, make sure to check out the official Your Guide to IFATC at Home! Thread.

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Awesome thread, Julius! I’ll try to stop by tommorow if one of you guys are open ;)

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I will be stopping by. Nice thread.

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Thanks, feel free to try out one of the suggested routes.

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Excelent job with this, German team!

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München Ground, Tower and ATIS are now open.
EDDM D–ATIS: Muenchen airport, ATIS information DELTA, time 0836 ZULU, Wind 140 at 3, variable between 070 and 190, Visibility 6, Temperature 20, Dew Point 14, QNH 1018. Remarks, no light aircraft accepted at this time, Landing Runways 26R and 26L, Departing Runways 26R and 26L. Advise on initial contact, you have information DELTA.
Suggested Route: As the Austrian IFATC–Team currently provides Tower (@Rocco – 118.20), ATIS (@Rocco – 126.12) and Radar (@Aviation-21 – Graz Radar on 119.30) services at Klagenfurt (LOWK), we suggest doing a short, scenic hop to Austria.

Flightplan: EDDM ROTAX UNKEN LATLO TISMA LOWK
Scheduled Flight Time: 00:45h at FL290 and M0.78
Aircraft: Nothing larger than A321/B757
SID/STAR: ROTA3S and TISM1A
LOWK D–ATIS: Klagenfurt airport, ATIS information DELTA, time 0847 ZULU, Wind Calm, Visibility 21, Temperature 19, Dew Point 14, QNH 1017. Remarks, no intersection departures, use of Departure and Arrival procedures recommended. Landing Runways 10R and 10L, Departing Runways 10R and 10L. NOTAMs, aircraft size restrictions in effect, Recommended Arrival Procedures, ABIR2A, ARNO2A, BERT1A, EVAX1A. Advise on initial contact, you have information DELTA.
LOWK METAR: LOWK 190750Z AUTO VRB02KT 9999 FEW013 18/13 Q1017
LOWK TAF: LOWK 190515Z 1906/2006 VRB02KT 9999 BKN008 TX24/1915Z TN14/2004Z BECMG 1906/1908 FEW040 SCT070 TEMPO 1911/1916 FEW050CB BKN060 PROB40 TEMPO 2000/2006 BKN008

Of course you can do it the other way round too.
Flightplan: LOWK INGID REDBU TITIG NAPSA EDDM
SID/STAR: INGI2L and NAPS3A

München Tower, Ground and ATIS are now closed.

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EDDV GTS now open

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Just a quick question. I haven’t seen anyone open in the last few hours. Are you guys busy now?

We do not have a fixed schedule. As we’re all volunteers, we’ll open as soon as we have enough time to staff an airport.

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I understand. You guys have personal lifes too. :)

Thanks! But there’s a pretty high chance that Frankfurt will be open in the next few hours.

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Expect me to be there!

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Frankfurt Tower, Ground and ATIS are now open.
EDDF D–ATIS: Frankfurt Airport, ATIS Information ALPHA, time 1847 ZULU, Wind 170 at 6 Visibility 6, Temperature 27, Dew point 11, QNH 1014. Remarks, no light aircraft accepted at this time, multiple frequencies in use, use of Departure and Arrival procedures recommended. Landing Runways 25R and 25L, Departing Runways 25C and 18, Recommended Departure Procedures: ANEK2A, CIND1S, MARU5F, OBOK1G, SOBR1L, SULU2A, TOBA6F, Recommended Arrival Procedures: ASPA5W, EMPA4W, KERA3L, UNOK2L, contact Tower on 118.77 when on the North of the airport contact Tower on 119.90 when on the South of the airport. Advise on initial contact, you have information ALPHA.

Frankfurt Tower, Ground and ATIS are now closed.

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why is berlin left out almost every time?

Currently we don‘t have any controllers from Berlin at IFATC.

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if i was ifatc then you would have one from berlin

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Awesome, are you considering joining the IFATC team?

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nah i wanna learn by controlling for fun first and then start training harder

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