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Flight Planning for Incheon Intl/인천국제공항

Inbound RouteRKRR RouteArrival
(Primary / CDO STAR)
AirportDepartureRKRR RouteConnecting Route
B332/R224/G711/B467*KANSU Y233 TENAS Y437 KAE Y697KARBU / BIKSIRKSIEGOBAY697 KAE Y437 TENAS Y233 KANSUB332/R224/G711/B467*
L512TENAS Y437 KAE Y697Y697 KAE Y437 TENASL512
Y16/Y38/G585SAPRA Y685GUKDO / CUNY697 LANAT Y51/Y71/Y597/G597
Y208/G339INVOK Z91 PSN Y782 BITUX Z53 BASEM Y685OSPOT-A582
Y782 TGU Y781 BESNAY209
Y579/A586CJU Y722OLMEN / MAKSABOPTAZ51 BEDES Y711 KIDOS Z81 CJUY579/A586
Y741ATOTI Y722Z51 BEDES Y711 MUGUSY742
A593SADLI Y590 ELGEP Y722Z51 BEDES Y711 PONIKA593
G597/A591/W209AGAVO Y644REBIT / GONAVNOPIK / BINILY697 AGAVOG597/A591/W209
*Special authorization required from ZKKP FIR.

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Last updated: 19 November 2022
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RKSI/ICN (INCHEON INTL)
GENERAL
AIRPORT
  • ELEVATION 23 FT AMSL
  • OPERATING HOURS H24 UTC+9
USE OF SID/STAR
  • If unable to comply with any restrictions depicted on SID or STAR, pilot shall notify ATC as early as possible.
  • ATC will instruct aircraft to cancel or comply the level or speed to eliminate safety risk due to a mismatch between ATC and pilot using the phraseology: “Cancel <Level/Speed> Restrictions” or “Comply with <Level/Speed> Restrictions” respectively at all times
USE OF MODE C (TX IN ALTITUDE) TRANSPONDER ON THE GROUND
  • All operators having aircraft equipped with Mode C transponders shall operate Mode C when aircraft are on the ground.
    • On departure: Select mode C prior to pushback or taxiing from a parking stand.
    • On arrival: Until the aircraft is stationary at a parking stand, do not select mode OFF or STBY.
USE OF TRANSFER OF CONTROL POINT (TCP)
  • Transfer of Control Point (“TCP”) is a defined point located in the ground of Incheon Airport where the aircraft is transferred from Incheon Apron to Incheon Ground and vice versa
    • The locations and identifiers of TCPs can be found at <<here>>.
    • The Incheon Ground or Apron controller will guide the pilot to TCP (identified as W, E, Y or T preceded by a number, such as 1Y or 5E). Thereafter, you will be transferred to another controller at or before TCP and the controller will continue your taxi with a specific route.
    • DO NOT taxi beyond the TCP without any clearance from Incheon Ground, Tower, or your succeeding controller.
ARRIVALS
EXPECTED RUNWAY
  • PAX ACFT: RWY 34L/16R
  • FRTR ACFT: RWY 33R/15L
ARRIVAL
  • SPEED AND ALTITUDE RESTRICTIONS:
    • All aircraft shall not exceed 250 kt IAS below 10,000 ft in Seoul TMA without authorization by ATC. If unable to comply with this restriction, state minimum speed acceptable to ATC.
    • Maintain minimum speed 160 kt before 5 NM, 180 kt before 8 NM from runway during ILS APCH.
    • ATC will notify with“Resume normal speed”phraseology to remove the speed restriction issued by ATC and a pilot can resume an aircraft’s preferred speed. Pilot shall note that it does not mean the removal of MAX 250 kt IAS within SEOUL TMA.
  • CONTINUOUS DESCENT OPERATION (CDO) PROCEDURE
    • The Continuous Descent Operation (CDO) are in place for all aircraft flying on Y644, Y722, G585 (Y685) and G597 (Y697) arriving RWY 33LR, 34LR at 14z~19z with STAR BIKSI2M, CUN2M, MAKSA2M, GONAV3M procedures。
      • If ATC instructs the aircraft with“<Callsign>, Cleared <CDO STAR> arrival. Descend via STAR to <Altitude>.” phraseology, pilot should descend on Top of Descent (TOD) with complying altitude restrictions listed on the chart.
      • Pilot should report ATC when leaving the altitude of the Top of Descent (TOD) with “<Incheon/Daegu> Control, <Callsign>, Now leaving”
  • INITIAL CALL WITH SEOUL APPROACH
    • When instructed to ‘’CONTACT Seoul Approach’’, pilot shall Squawk IDENT and report callsign, aircraft type and ATIS code.
    • When instructed to‘’MONITOR or STAND BY FOR Seoul Approach’’, pilot shall Squawk IDENT and keep silent until ATC initiates call
CAUTION
  • Do not vacate RWY 33R/15L via C2 and C4 due to construction WIP. PAX ACFT vacates WEST, FRTR ACFT vacates EAST.

SPEED CONTROL
  • MAX 250 KTS at or below 10,000 FT.
  • STAR RESTRICTIONS: Mandatory. Refer to Nav Chart.
  • When arriving traffic is being sequenced under radar vector, ATC will apply the following speed control :
    • Initial approach phase : 210 kt IAS
    • Base leg/HDG to final approach : 180 kt IAS
    • When established on final approach : 180 kt to 160 kt IAS
    • Thereafter to 5 DME : 160 kt IAS
ALTERNATES
  • PRIMARY ALTERNATE: Gimpo Intl. (RKSS/GMP) for all aircraft types. 17 NM from the aerodrome. Curfew affected 14z~21z.
  • SECONDARY ALTERNATE: Cheongju Intl. (RKTU/CJJ) for all aircraft types. 67 NM from the aerodrome.
DEPARTURES
PREFLIGHT
  • Pilot shall contact INCHEON DELIVERY from TOBT (Target Off Block Time) -10 minutes to +5 minutes and report the following information. If initial call takes to place too early, Clearance Delivery might ask the pilot to call again at TOBT -10 minutes when traffic load do not permit early departure.
    1. Aircraft identification
    2. Destination
    3. Gate or stand number
    4. ATIS code
ATC COMMUNICATIONS
  • DATALINK DEPARTURE CLEARANCE SERVICE (“DCL”): In cases where ATC clearance is received via DCL, Pilot should follow restrictions in the remarks of ATC Clearance and acknowledge them within 5 minutes.
EXPECTED RUNWAY
  • RWY 34R / 16L
    • If in case of scenery with no RWY 34L/16R, select the SID of RWY 34R/16L in FMC and take-off on the Runway which is displayed as RWY 34/16 in the simulator scenery.
CAUTION
  • Prohibited Areas:
    • Prohibited Area RK(P)-518W is located within 17 NM northwest.
    • Prohibited Area RK(P)-518 is located within 13 NM northwest-northeast.
NOISE ABATEMENT
  • All departing aircraft should apply ICAO PANS-OPS Volume I Noise Abatetement Take-off Climb Procedures as follows:
    • RWY 33L/R, 34L/R:
      • NADP ONE: Thrust reduction at 1500 ft above aerodrome elevation recommended.
    • RWY 15L/R, 16L/R:
      • NADP ONE: Thrust reduction at 1500 ft above aerodrome elevation recommended.
      • NADP TWO: Acceleration at 1000 ft above aerodrome elevation recommended.
      • For noise abatement and CO2 reduction using a NADP TWO is recommended. If for safety reasons (prevention of bird strike), compliance with the recommended procedure is not possible, NADP ONE may be used
    • NADP: Noise Abatement Departure Procedure
SPEED CONTROL
  • MAX 250 KTS at or below 10,000 FT.
  • SID RESTRICTIONS: mandatory. Refer to Nav Chart.
FIR RESTRICTIONS
  • China LOA Operation and Metres
    • All aircraft entering Chinese airspace will be assigned to climb or descend a metre altitude by Incheon control prior to initiating a handoff to Shanghai or sent to UNICOM.
  • Japan LOA Operation
    • VIA LANAT: LANAT is for Outbound (eastbound) Incheon FIR only.
    • VIA SAPRA: SAPRA is for Inbound (westbound) Incheon FIR only,
DE-ICING OPERATIONS
  • De-Icing could be operated during the event if the weather is in Icing condition. If De-Icing is in operation, De/Anti-Icing Phase described below will be included in the ATIS.
    • Phase 1 (BLUE): Average time between aircraft EOBT and being airborne <60 minutes
    • Phase 2 (YELLOW): 60 minutes < Average time between aircraft EOBT and being airborne < 119 minutes
    • Phase 3 (ORANGE): 120 minutes < Average time between aircraft EOBT and being airborne < 239 minutes
    • Phase 4 (RED): Average time between aircraft EOBT and being airborne > 240 minutes.
  • If De-Icing phase are in operation, pilot shall
    1. Acknowledge “De/Anti-icing Phase” by ATIS.
    2. Contact INCHEON APRON when ready for pushback with an advisement if the aircraft needs De-Icing and Engine On/Off De-Icing.
    3. Pushback and taxi to De-Icing pad assigned by INCHEON APRON.
    4. Enter the pad and report when ready for De-Ice.
    5. Once approved to De-Ice by INCHEON APRON, proceed De-Icing with its own simulator function.
    6. Report when completed De-Icing.
    7. Taxi out from De-Icing pad and taxi to the runway assigned by INCHEON APRON/GROUND.
  • De-icing zones and pads (A380: Bold, B748: Underline)
    • A South zone : 821, 822, 823, 825 pads
    • M South zone : 831, 832, 833, 834 pads
    • M North zone : 551, 552, 553, 554, 557 pads
    • T Center zone : 814, 815, 816, 817 pads
    • Central De-icing zone : 301, 302, 303, 304 pads
    • D South zone : 841, 842 pads
    • D North zone : 851, 852 pads