Take Off Procedures
Aircraft in VFR operating within Lugano CTR for Landing or after departure shall proceed via the established reporting points as published on Lugano VAC and/or instructed by Lugano tower.
|RWY||ACFT||Vis (m) / Ceiling (ft AGL)||RMK|
|No LGT AVBL||REDL or RCLL AVBL||REDL and RCLL AVBL|
IFR Approach Procedures
The following instrument approaches procedures, with the corresponding requirements, are available in Lugano:
- LOC-DME approach for circlings RWY 19
The LOC-DME APCH shall be flown on a continuous descent angle or gradient.
The break-off points on the APCH will always remain at the same PSN, but it will be overflown at the applicable ALT
- Circling Foxtrot RWY 19
At least Pilot Qualification type A
Approach can be flown during the day only
VIS 5000 m or more, day only and ceiling 3100 ft AAL or HYR
- Circling Charlie RWY 19
At least Pilot Qualification type A with VIS 5000 or more and ceiling 3100 ft AAL or higher / Day Only
At least Pilot Qualification type B with VIS 3000m or more day / VIS 5000 m or more night / ceiling 1700 ft AAL or higher and an approved contingency procedure RWY 19 may be required according to the TRAM
- IGS RWY 01 (Steep APCH Procedure)
Pilot Qualification type C
ACFT certification in accordance with the TRAM requirements for steep APCH of 6° or higher
Be aware that a Qualification A is required prior to performing a visual approach. A visual approach is an approach to a runway conducted under IFR !