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Navigational Aids

The SBIA's navigational support system


RADIO COMMUNICATIONS AND FREQUENCIES



Tower Frequencies

Primary: 118.2 MHZ
Secondary: 122.2 MHZ
Ground Control: 121.8 MHZ
Emergency: 121.5 MHZ
Primary (UHF): 340.2 MHZ
ATIS:

134.4 MHZ


Radar Approach Frequencies

Primary: 119.1 MHZ
Clearance Delivery:

121.3 MHZ


Flight Service Station

HF Single band radio: 5447.5 KHZ

VHF FM Radio

Alert Frequency: NONE
Mobile Frequency:

162.95 MHZ



  • Emergency back-up radios
  • VHF tuneable Radio (AC/DC operated)
  • ICOM Air band VHF Transceivers (Battery operated)


NAVIGATIONAL AIDS - PARTICULARS


ILS Rwy 07 with DME at G/P

Coordinates:
14° 47’ 40.8”N 14° 47’ 30.6” N
120° 16’ 10.2”E

120° 15’ 42.6” E


Facility: LLZ DME G/P
Frequency: 109.5 MHZ CH32X 332.6 MHZ
Emission:

A2X VXX A2X

Identification: ISBA ISBA
Power output:

25W 100W 10W

Angle: 3.2°3.0°
Course Width:

4.40°

Carrier Mod: 20.50% 40.25%
Usable Distance:

>15NM >15NM >15NM

Hrs. of Operation: H24 H24 H24
Supervising Authority:

CAAP (formerly ATO)



ILS Rwy 25 with DME at G/P

Coordinates:
14° 47' 42".N 14° 47' 30.6" N
120° 16' 31.8" E

120° 15' 42.6" E


Facility: LLZ DME G/P
Frequency: 110.9 MHZ CH46X 330.8 MHZ
Emission:

A2X VXX A2X

Identification: ISBI ISBI
Power output:

15W 100W 3W

Angle: 3.46°
Course Width:

4.65°

Carrier Mod: 20.32% 41.37%
Usable Distance:

>15 NM  >15 NM  >15 NM

Hrs. of Operation: H24 H24 H24
Supervising Authority:

CAAP (formerly ATO)

Remarks: The Localizer course is offset by 3.2° right of runway centreline at Rwy25 and 3° right of runway centreline at Rwy07.



VOR/DME and NDB located at Grande Island

Coordinates:
14° 46 10.593” N 14° 46’ 29.139” N
120° 13’ 30.263” E

120° 13’ 25.111” E


Facility: DVOR/DME NDB
Frequency: 113.5 MHZ/CH 82X 366 KHZ
Identification: SBA SFS
Power output:

50W/1000W 200W

Hrs. of Operation: H24 H24

Restrictions

  • VOR/DME unusable on radial 250 up to radial 300 below 15,000 ft
  • VOR/DME unusable on radials 060, 070 and 080 beyond 7NM
  • VOR/DME unusable on radial 010 up to radial 040 beyond 7NM
  • Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) installed on test basis only

APPROACH CONTROL EQUIPMENT


Approach Control Facility is equipped with state-of-the-art airspace surveillance radar Westinghouse ASR-9.


Coordinates:
14° 47’ 40.8”N 14° 47’ 30.6” N
120° 16’ 10.2”E

120° 15’ 42.6” E


Features include:
  • Track through weather capability
  • Six-level weather output
  • Moving target detector processing
  • Tangential tracking
  • Full-range Doppler processing
  • Simultaneous weather / aircraft display
  • Unique constant false alarm rate processing
  • Narrow band data communications
  • Built-in Expert Maintenance System
  • Fully compatible with analogue or digital displays, Mode S, monopulse and Standard ASR systems


  • METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT


    Wind measurement system:

    • Two wind speed sensors located Runway 07/25
    • Two wind direction sensors located Runway 07/25
    • Two averaging wind display

    Basic meteorological sensors:

    • Air temperature and relative humidity sensor
    • Atmospheric pressure sensor
    • Precipitation sensor
    • Sunshine duration sensor
    • Data collecting and processing units for the above sensors
      • Transmissometer/Runway Visual Range at Runway 07
      • Ceilometer at Runway 07:
        14° 47� 30.717� N
        120° 15� 43.545� E


    VISUAL GROUND AIDS FOR NAVIGATION


    Lighting Aids:

    • Aerodrome Beacon
    • Abbreviated Simple Approach Lighting System with Sequenced Flashing Lights
    • 300m Length from threshold Runway 07 and 300m length from Runway 25
    • PAPI (Runway 07/25) both pilot and co-pilot side
    • Touchdown Zone Lights
    • Runway Centerline Lights
    • Runway Edge Lights
    • Runway End Lights
    • Taxiway Lights
    • Apron Floodlights
    • Lighted Distance-to-go Markers
    • Lighted Windcone (mid-field and Runway ends)
    • Taxiway Centerline Lights (Charlie, Delta1, Echo1, Foxtrot, Golf and Hotel)


    Markings available:

    • Runway Designation Marking
    • Runway Centerline Marking
    • Runway Side stripe Marking
    • Runway 07/25 Aiming Point Marking
    • Threshold Marking
    • Fixed Distance Marking
    • Touchdown Zone Marking
    • Taxiway Centerline Marking
    • Taxiway Intersection Marking
    • Taxi Holding Position Marking
    • Apron Safety Lines
    • Vehicular Lane Marking


    Signs installed:

    • Taxiway/Runway Intersection Sign
    • Aerodrome Identification Sign


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION



  1. Power Transmission Lines/Towers

  2. There is no assurance that all transmission lines are depicted on aeronautical charts or that their locations are correct. In addition, aeronautical markings of power line tower are not in accordance with ICAO type markings or obstructions light requirements and may not allow for prompt sighting from the air. Helicopters are required not to operate below 500 ft.



  3. Obstruction in approach and take-off areas
  4. Grande Island located Southwest of the airport with 246 degree bearing approximately 3.0 NM from airport Aerodrome Reference Point.


    Santa Rita peak located at coordinates 14°49� 19� N 120°21� 50� E with 072 degree bearing 5.6NM from airport Aerodrome Reference Point. Height 524m.



  5. Aircraft in flight
  6. Caution advised to aircraft operating south of the airport as tower visibility is obscured by terrain.


    All aircraft are advised to exercise caution while operating near the vicinity of Danger areas D27, D30, D32 and prohibited area R77.

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