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  • EFKT - Kittilä

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    Facts

    Kittilä Airport is an airport serving the city of Kittilä and nearby areas. Two major ski resorts, Levi and Ylläs, are located nearby the airport. The airport is especially busy during the winter season. Finnair operates daily flight to Helsinki, and other carriers also operate seasonal flights to many European destinations.

    ATC Frequencies

    VATSIM name

    Callsign

    Frequency

    Remarks

    Languages

    EFKT_ATIS

     

    133.850

     

    EN

    EFKT_TWR

    Kittilä Tower

    118.950

    Main frequency

    FI/EN

    EFKT_APP

    Kittilä Radar

    118.950

    Radar frequency

    FI/EN

    EFIN_V_CTR

    Helsinki Control

    126.300

    Local ACC-sector

    EN

    EFIN_D_CTR

    Helsinki Control

    121.300

    Covering all ACC sectors if local is offline

    EN

    Note: EFIN also provides ATS in Finnish below FL95.

    Note 2: when EFKT_APP offline, EFKT_TWR serves as a radar-tower position and covers the TMA until FL95.

     

    Flight procedures

    Please plan your departure via one of these waypoints:

    AMULU

    EXUTI

    TUGPU

    XETMU

    Please plan your arrival via one of these waypoints:

    EVIMI

    EXUTI

    XETMU

     

    Radio navigation:
    KT – ILS LOC 34 (111.9)

    HOU – LOC 16 (111.9)

    Runway 34 has an ILS CAT I capability. Runway 16 has RNP capability. An RNP approach is also available for runway 34. Visual approaches can be executed when allowed by weather and traffic conditions. Runway 16/34 is 2500 meters long and 45 meters wide.

    Kittilä has full radar coverage. Due to limited radar coverage in the north, you can expect a revert to procedural procedures if weather and other factors require.

     

    Radio operations

    For clearance, contact Kittilä Tower on 118.650 when TWR is online or to another ATS-station listed above when TWR is offline. With clearance you can expect the SID, the following airway, cleared flight level and squawk code.

    Visual approach can be requested by phraseology: ready for visual or request visual approach.

     

    VFR Operations

    VFR aircraft should inform their intensions for flight when requesting taxi. Start-up clearance is not required for piston engine aircraft. Please file your VFR flight plan via a visual reporting point (VRP):

    VRPs:

    LOUKI

    KENUS

    KUMPU

    VAARA

    VEHNE

    The maximum altitude for VFR flights within the CTR/FIZ is 2800 feet. Please refer to the VAC chart in the charts page for more information.

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