LHCC

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Overview

This is a copy of the original LoA, printed as PDF, Version 1.0 from 1st January 2007 by Daniel Gruber (FIR Wien) and Péter Selmeci (VACCHUN). The sectors of Austria are not included here, because of other articles in this wiki.

General regulations

Handoffs (transfer of communication) shall be made latest 10 NM prior the respective boundary (FIR border, TMA border, delegated airspace). After handoff, traffic is NOT released for climb, descent or turns unless otherwise specified in the regulations below or otherwise coordinated between the two concerned sectors.

Traffic overflying LOVV and/or LHCC shall be handed off on a valid ATS route at RFL (requested flight level) using the semicircular cruising level system (even/odd). Direct routings shall be coordinated.

Spacing between two aircraft on same level and same routing shall be at least 10 NM if the speed of the succeeding traffic is equal or less than the speed of the preceding traffic, otherwise at least 15 NM. Spacings deviating from this regulation shall be coordinated.

Traffic shall be handed off at the levels defined in the regulations below. If a specified level restriction cannot be met due to a lower RFL, traffic shall be handed off AT RFL, if this does not cause a conflict with any other traffic. Otherwise traffic shall be coordinated.

If a traffic situation is not covered herein, individual coordination between the concerned sectors shall be made.

Areas of Responsibility and Delegation of the Responsibility for the Provision of ATS LESMO area (LOWW arrivals)


LHBP arrivals via Slovakian airspace

For LHBP arrivals via ABLOM or MAREG (entering Slovakian airspace)


Sectorisation in BUDAPEST FIR

Normal operation (single sector operation):

ATS unit: Budapest ACC
Radio c/s: Budapest Radar / Budapest Control
Frequency: 133.200 MHz
Login name: LHCC_CTR


Sector splitting (multiple sector operation):

For domestic events:

ATS unit: Budapest FIC
Radio c/s: Budapest Information
Frequency: 128.950 MHz
Login name: LHCC_I_CTR
Comments: BELOW 9500’ AMSL

If sectors are split horizontally:

ATS unit: Budapest ACC – LOWER
Radio c/s: Budapest Radar / Budapest Control
Frequency: 128.100 MHz
Login name: LHCC_CTR or LHCC_L_CTR
Comments: BETWEEN FL100 – FL295
ATS unit: Budapest ACC – UPPER
Radio c/s: Budapest Radar / Budapest Control
Frequency: 133.200 MHz
Login name: LHCC_U_CTR
Comments: ABOVE FL295

If sectors are split vertically:

ATS unit: Budapest ACC – EAST
Radio c/s: Budapest Radar / Budapest Control
Frequency: 130.570 MHz
Login name: LHCC_E_CTR
ATS unit: Budapest ACC – WEST
Radio c/s: Budapest Radar / Budapest Control
Frequency: 133.200 MHz
Login name: LHCC_CTR or LHCC_W_CTR


Co-ordination Points and Flight Level Allocation

Departures shall be cleared:

From CFL/ max FL Entry conditions
LHBP via SUNIS 280 at FL
LHBP via TEKNO – BEGLA 300 climbing / at FL250 or above
LHBP via all other COPs 300 climbing / at FL250 or above
LHPP via SUNIS 260 climbing
LHPP via all other COPs 280 climbing
LHSM via DIMLO, GOTAR, SUNIS 160 climbing
LOWW via STEIN and SASAL 270 climbing / at FL110 or above
LOWW via DIMLO 310 climbing / at FL250 or above
LOWK via GOTAR, DIMLO 190 at FL
LOWG via GOTAR, DIMLO 150 climbing / at FL130 or above
FIR Ljubljana 250 Climbing
LHPR 8000’ AMSL climbing

The assignment of higher levels rests primarily with the accepting unit !

Arrivals shall be cleared:

Destination CFL/ max FL Entry conditions
LOWW via GIGOR 1W STAR 140 cross GIGOR at FL160 or below
LOWW via DIMLO 260 at FL
LHBP via GOTAR 290 cross FIR border at FL290
LHBP via STO UL175 ANEXA 170 cross ANEXA
if runway in use 31
130 cross ANEXA
if runway in use 13
LHSM 230 cross FIR border at FL250 or below
LHTA, LHPP 290 at FL
LOWL, LOWS 340 at FL
LOWK 200 at FL
LOWG via GOTAR, DIMLO 140 cross FIR border at FL180 or below
within FIR Ljubljana 260 at FL
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