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EVRS CTAF, Class G CTAF in Latvija, EVRA noise abatment zones


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Letuchy
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Hello!
Some data is missing in SD pilot log, radio section and chart:
1. According Latvian AIP in class G pilots may use CTAF 123.950 and in ATZ without radio its mandatory
2. According AIP EVRS AD 2.17 - Common traffic advisory frequency (CTAF) – 124.380 MHz – should be used by the pilots for self-announcing their positions and intentions or for air-air communications in order to exchange traffic information.
3. According to EVRA AD 2.21 NOISE ABATEMENT PROCEDURES - Noise abatement areas established over Jurmala are as follows:

2.1 JURMALA 1 - all aircraft should not fly below 1500 FT ALT within coordinates:
565829N 0234502E - 570011N 0235352E - 565920N 0235434E - 565736N 0234855E - 565750N 0234515E - 565829N 0234502E
2.2 JURMALA 2 - all turboprop and jet aircraft should not fly below 5000 FT ALT within coordinates:
565859N 0234739E - 570011N 0235352E - 565920N 0235434E - 565736N 0234855E - 565859N 0234739E.
It would be nice if you will add both CTAF in pilot log and radio freq section and add Noise Abatement zones to chart
In atachments you can see info about EVRS CTAF in notes and Abatement zones

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5375365_EV_AD_2_EVRS_24_14_en.pdf (101 views, 2.00 MB)
5375342_EV_AD_2_EVRA_24_14_en.pdf (98 views, 2.00 MB)
Tim Dawson
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Hi Letuchy, thanks for getting in touch. In general, in SkyDemon we do not include air-to-air frequencies for airfields as we assume these are well-known (and the same frequency is generally used across a wide area).

I'll ask my colleague to look at the noise abatement areas you mentioned.

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Hi Tim, thanks for reply, I understand about CTAF for entire Latvian territory, but if you will add 124.380 frequency to Spilve EVRS aerodrome we will be happy hereSmile. And its also good for safety, because a lot of inbound traffic from other countries don’t use that frequency. For example EVJA aerodrome has own CTAF and it is in SD pilot log radio section.
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Ok, I think my colleague will be checking this thread this week so we'll see what she says.
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