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Area of Responsibility

Hohn Radar is responsible for departing and arriving traffic from/to ETNH. 

When online, Hohn Radar activates its delegated AoR within the Bremen ACC sector Eider East (EIDE). Full responsibility is delegated to Hohn Radar for this airspace.

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Hohn Radar shall inform Bremen ACC sectors EIDE and HAMW as well as Nordholz Radar (ETMN APP) and Schleswig Radar (ETNS APP) about the opening and closing of AoR Hohn immediately!

If Hohn Radar is offline, Schleswig Radar (ETNS APP) will take over full responsibility for AoR Hohn and top-down responsibilities at ETNH.


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Hohn/Schleswig is equipped with a TMZ and RMZ. This will ensure that VFR traffic in the vicinity of the aerodrome is known to Hohn/Schleswig Radar. The RMZ will only be used by traffic not equipped with a transponder (not applicable in Vatsim). Traffic within the TMZ of Hohn/Schleswig shall monitor Schleswig Radar's frequency and squawk 4476. This traffic is not required to make an initial call to ATC. Still, ATC may contact this traffic when required (e.g. traffic information about IFR traffic). 


Arriving Traffic

  • Arriving traffic is always coordinated individually between Bremen Radar, Schleswig Radar and Hohn Radar ("Radar Handover")
  • It's expected that Hohn Radar accepts or otherwise states the sector entry conditions during coordination.

Departing Traffic

  • Departing IFR traffic will be transferred from Hohn Tower to Hohn Radar initially. 
    • Hohn Radar is responsible for verifying mode C readout and identifying the departing aircraft
    • Usually, Hohn Radar shall coordinate a further climb with EDWW before departure release or coordinate a general release of the climb. Preferably, this coordination is combined with IFR clearance or departure release. If no further climb is coordinated, departing IFR traffic leaving the AoR shall be transferred to Bremen Radar after identification. 

Approach Types

Runway 08

  • RNP
  • SRA
  • PAR

Runway 26

  • ILS
  • RNP
  • SRA
  • PAR

Hohn Precision

  • Is only responsible for PAR approaches
  • Traffic is controlled by a special radar system
  • Hohn Radar will issue an initial vector leading to the final before performing a radar handover to Hohn Precision
  • Only one aircraft at a time shall be on the frequency of Hohn Precision