Technical data sheet

Here you will find a technical data sheet of Aosta Airport 

Please ensure you permanently monitor the appropriate radio frequency

SCHEDA TECNICA AEROPORTO

ICAO Code   LIMW
Address   I - 11020 Saint Christophe AO
Phone   +39 0165 303318
Fax   +39 0165 303321
AD Operative hours  

vedi AIP e NOTAMS in vigore

Traffic Circuit   Standard
Aosta Radio   119.95 MHz
Aerodrome elevation   547M - 1796Ft
Ref. Temp.   25 C°
Aerodrome Ref. Point:   Lat. 45° 44' 18" N
Long. 07° 22' 03 " E
Jurisdictional   Torino/Caselle
Location : 1,35 NM E of Aosta
Remarks   Open to International Touristic and Commercial Traffic
Sanitary services   Assured
Fire Equipment   Cat. 2 ICAO Estendibile fino alla cat. 5 ICAO

RUNWAY CHARACTERISTICS

RWY IDGEOSurface in m.STRENGTHSWYCWYSTRIPRESA
09084°1499 x 30PCN46/F/A/X/T/ASPH70 x 30220 x 801689 x 150120 x 80
27264°1499 x 30PCN46/F/A/X/T/ASPHNIL144 x 801689 x 150120 x 80

Declared distances

LIMITATIONSDISTANCESELEVATIONS
RWY IDTORATODAASDALDATHR
0914991719156914991796
START POINT 0915591779162914991796
2714991643149914991775
START POINT 2716661810166614991775

Notes:

· see NOTAM’s in force

· see AIP’s in force

Flight procedures

Aviation information related to the following procedure “AOSTA IGS (NPA) RWY 27” are available on AIP Italia and NOTAM. They are available upon request at the Coordinating department of the Airport.

For more information, please call +39 0165 303318, or send a fax at +39 0165 303321. Also, our mail is opsoffice@avda-aosta.it

IFR procedures

IFR procedures

  • CAT A/B IGS (NPA) RWY 27 instrument arrival procedure can be performed only by Operators authorized by Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC).
  • The request of authorization shall be forwarded to Enac by means of the Aerodrome AVDA s.p.a.
  • Documentation containing the details referring to the operative procedures, familiarization, training and qualification of the pilot in command necessary to obtain the required ENAC authorization is available, on request, on the Aerodrome Operator AVDA s.p.a.
  • Documentation listed above is valid also for State flight operators with the exclusion of the authorization given by ENAC
VFR procedures

VFR procedures

All VFR traffic , intending to fly in the vicinity of the instrument approach procedure paths, shall establish radio contact with the appropriate ATS unit (Milano FIC/AAC, Aosta AFIU) in order to obtain information about the possible presence of aircraft performing the instrumental approach procedure and shall keep out the way of such aircraft with reference to the published procedure path, including missed approach.
VFR Glider

Glider activities landing procedures

All glider pilots are going to land must make the following radio calls:

  • For RWY 09
    • Report before entering the airport traffic circuit pattern and proceed to the "PRENOTAZIONE POINT"
    • Report when in "PRENOTAZIONE POINT" at 400m to the verticalof the town of Pollein (South-West of THR09)
    • Report when starting procedure at 300m before overflying the field
    • Normal circuit calls
  • For RWY 27
    • Report before entering the airport traffic circuit pattern and proceed to the "PRENOTAZIONE POINT"
    • Report when in "PRENOTAZIONE POINT" abeam north of the TWR building
    • Report when starting procedure at 300m before overflying the field
    • Normal circuit calls

Important!

This AIP publication including downloads is NOT FOR OPERATIONAL USE. For navigation and flight preparation see official ENAC Italia (LIWM) , NOTAM or other officially authorized publications.