Ground

Münster Ground is responsible for startup and enroute clearance and all aircraft movements at the airport.

Departure Routes

Initial climb for all departure routes is 5000ft AMSL.

Waypoint
RWY 07

RWY 25

DOMEG
E
--
C
--
Y

Prop/Turbuprop up

to 5.7 t MTOW

Z

Jet up to 20 t MTOW

& Prop/Turboprop

RKN

Rekken

E -
C
--
Y

Jet up to 20 t MTOW

& Prop/Turboprop

OSN

Osnabrück

E
--
C
--
X

Jet up to 20 t MTOW

& Prop/Turboprop

HMM

Hamm

Y

Prop/Turbuprop up

to 5.7 t MTOW

Z

Jet up to 20 t MTOW

& Prop/Turboprop

Departures via HMM are NON-RNAV only!

Vectored Departures: If pilots are unable to fly a standard instrument departure (even an older version of the current SID), a vectored departure can be coordinated between Ground and Radar.

Primary runway heading and an initial climb of 5000 ft should be used. Other coordinations are always possible. At Euroscope the SID with RVxxxxx should be selected (xxxxx = first waypoint).

Parking Positions

For aircraft up to Code C (A321/B739) stands 9 to 10 and 13 to 14 are taxi out positions. Gates 11 and 12 are approved as taxi out gates, but due to the short distance between the gates, a normal pushback is always required. All aircraft with a wingspan of more than 36 m always need a pushback out of stands 9 - 14. Stands 12-14 are available for flights to destinations inside the Schengen-area, as well as destinations outside the Schengen-area.

Stands 21 and 24 are suitable for "heavy" aircraft, but they have to park with facing NNW towards the runway, oppsotite to the markings at the ground.

The GAT is placed on the western part of the apron, on stands 101 - 406. The wingspan limitation for stands 301-303 is 20 m, for stands 401 - 406 it is 12 m.

DE-Icing is possible at stands 24 and 25.


Revision #9
Created 5 October 2022 21:22:46 by 1288197
Updated 10 April 2023 20:27:01 by 1488616