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N531754.5, E0182448.6

AIRFIELD WATOROWO EPWT

EPWT

Communication

The radio station of landing strip Watorowo Radio, operates at 118.730 MHz, ICAO Code EPWT

Operational – Technical data:

Location landing: N 53o 17′ 913, E 018o 24′847
Location in relation to the town of Chelmno (direction and distance) 188o / 6 km
Elevation above sea level 91 m (299 ft)

Purpose:

Landing is designed for VFR flights during the day and at night on aircraft with a maximum take-off weight up to 5700 kg.

COORDINATE:

Arrival must be agreed in advance

N531754.5, E0182448.6​

FREQUENCY 118,730

CHARACTERISTICS OF LANDING
  • The dimensions of the runway:

    • length of 800 m
    • width of 53 m


    Marking the runway:

    • Day – yellow and red flags/banners. At the beginning and end of the landing belt the flags are doubled.
    • Night – a simplified system of electric lamps Luch.


    Marking the touchdown zone:

    • Day – the letter T with a white canvas
    • Night – the letter T with yellow lights

    The main direction of approach 258o / 78o 

    Surface: Grass 

    Foreground characteristics: no major obstacles 
PROCEDURES FOR OPERATING

1. Day VFR in conditions not worse than: 

  • Cloud base: 150 m 
  • Visibility: 1,5 km

2. VFR flights at night in conditions not worse than:

  • Cloud base: 500 m
  • Visibility: 5 km

3. Direction circles – left

SPECIFIC SITUATIONS

Fields emergency landing: adjacent fields and meadows 
The rules for determining the orientation:

  • In the case of loss of orientation on the right side of the Vistula River, adopt a course of 270o, outputs on the Vistula River, fly along the river and land at the airport in Bydgoszcz or Torun.
  • In case of loss of orientation on the left side of the Vistula River, adopt a course of 90o, get out of the river Vistula, fly along the river and land at the airport in Bydgoszcz or Torun.
AERODROMES

EPGI (Lisa Katy) 40km / 48o, EPTO (Torun) 32km / 163o, EPBY (Bydgoszcz) 37m / 234o 
Local restrictions: Due to noise limitations do not perform run-up test in proximity airfield’s buildings. 

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