Radar - Descend
Always check the ATIS and report the current letter to the Arrival Controller during your initial call. In the ATIS you will find the active landing runway and the approach type you can expect.
During the initial descend Bremen Radar will assign the appropriate STARs.
|NOLGO||P||D / (W)||A||S||005°
|BOGMU||P||D||A / (N)||S||229°
To meet the restrictions of the STAR you will have to be below FL110 at the Arrival Point (RIBSO, NOLGO, RARUP, BOGMU).
Arrival - Approach
Do not expect to fly the whole STAR! You will most likely get a shortcut more or less abeam the final approach fix. This is really important for your descent planning. Do not trust the optimum profile of your aircraft! Plan with 3000ft - 4000ft abeam the final approach fix.
Also keep in mind that all arrivals from a certain point on have a speed limit of 220kts.
When contacting Hamburg Director report your Callsign only!
In periods of low traffic, expect shortcuts to one of the DHxxx Waypoints or radar vectors. Be prepared!
Tower - Landing
Expedite vacating the runway. Contact the ground/apron controller only when instructed to do so!
During taxi the controller might tell you to hold short of certain taxiways or give way to other aircrafts. To not cause any conflicts it is very important to follow the instructions correctly or to ask if you are unsure what to do!