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  • EKCH - Copenhagen-Kastrup

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    Kastrup is Denmark’s main international airport, located at the island of Amager just 8 km south of Copenhagen and 24 km from Sweden’s Malmö. It is the oldest, largest and also the busiest Scandinavian airport, measured by passenger count, direct long haul routes and total number of destinations. The airport is a hub for Scandinavian Airlines and serves many airlines. It was founded in 1925, and gained popularity when SAS started their famous "Noth Pole Route" with a DC-6 from Copenhagen to Los Angeles. Today, there is almost not a single european airline not serving CPH in one form or another.

     

    Documents to download

    Copenhagen Airport Pilot Briefing 2211.pdf

     

    Secondary documents

    Stand guide.pdf
     

    Pushback routes.pdf
     

    Standard Taxi routes.pdf
     

    EKCH Charts.pdf

    NOTAM! New SIDs and STARs in EKCH from November 2022 - AIRAC2211. Read here

    New SIDs & STARs in EKCH.pdf



     

     

     

     

    • Scandinavian Airlines
    • Norwegian
    • Jettime
    • KLM
    • Lufthansa
    • Austrian Airlines
    • Airfrance
    • British Airways
    • Sunclass
    • Emirates
    • Qatar
    • Many many others
  • Active NOTAMs

    • New SIDs and STARs in Copenhagen! Please inform yourself accordingly
  • >>Make sure to read the “Pilot Info” found on page 2 of the Charts in the Charts section<<

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    Begin you flight at the stand that fits your airline. A complete interactive guide is here, which will help you fine the correct stand

    Stand guide.pdf
     

     

    Expect SIDs out of Copenhagen. When ready for pushback, advise if able to perform "Custom" pushback (with GSX, UGCX, Better Pushback etc.)

    If so you will be approved to push to a "release" point which can be found in the Pushback guide below
    Appendix AD1.4.2.1 Standard Pushback routes.pdf
     

     

    Expect normally Runway 04R or Runway 22R. 12/30 is ONLY in use when wind requires

    Intersection departures may be used. 

    Be prepared for hold short instructions, and make sure you have your taxi charts with you

     

     

    Departure:

    All Departures are via SIDs and cleared to FL70 (04/22) or 4000' (12/30)

    You need to Contact the appropriate departure frequency by yourself, passing 1000' (TWR will remind you though)

     

     

    Arrival:

    Expect STARs (A-D). RNAV stars which ends with a Vector

    DO NOT connect the last point before a vector with the final approach, unless ATC instructs you specifically to do so

    Normally expect Vectors to Final

     

    Landing:

    Vacate without delay, to the:

    04L: left to join A. Continue taxi, even without clearance, but hold short of Runway 12/30

    22L: Right to join B. Continue taxi even without clearance, but hold short of Taxiway C

    04R: Left to join B. Continue taxi even without clearance, but hold short of Taxiway C

    22R: Left onto E4 if possible. If NOT possible vacate right to join A, but hold short of A5

    30: Vacate right at K3 or later, and taxi without delay to be clear of the runway, but hold short of Taxiway Y

    12: Vacate left via G1 or G2, and await further instructions

     

     

     

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