Test Your AVsavvy: Landing in Frankfurt (June 14)

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Suppose you have the following proposed trip:

Registry: NXXXX

Aircraft Type: G5

Type of flight: Part 91

Crew: 3

Passengers: 2

ETD NEWARK/KEWR 22 JUN/1900 UTC
ETA FRANKFURT/EDDF 23 JUN/0150 UTC
ETD FRANKFURT/EDDF 25 JUN/0900 UTC
ETA NEWARK/KEWR 25 JUN/1640 UTC

KEWR INFORMATION:

UTC CONVERSION: – 4.00

AIRPORT OPERATING HOURS:
24 HOURS

PEAK HOURS: 0800-1000 LOCAL / 1700-2200 LOCAL

AIRCRAFT ARRIVING AT KEWR INTERNATIONALLY WITH 20 PEOPLE (INCLUDING CREW AND/OR PASSENGERS) ARE REQUIRED TO CLEAR CUSTOMS/IMMIGRATION AT THE INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL. FOR THESE FLIGHTS, A GATE ASSIGNMENT NEEDS TO BE ARRANGED IN ADVANCE, WITH A MINIMUM OF 24 HOURS NOTICE. THIS REQUREST (PPR) NEEDS TO BE MADE THROUGH THE NEW YORK PORT AUTHORITY.

THIS AIRPORT HAS THE FACILITIES AND PROCEDURES APPROVED BY THE USDA TO HANDLE AND SIPOSE OF GARBAGE AND GALLEY REFUSE FROM INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS.

DIPLOMATIC CLEARED FLIGHTS ARE ONLT ALLOWED TO PARK FOR 3 HOURS AT THIS AIRPORT. THE AIRCRAFT MUST REPOSITION TO ANOTHER AIRPORT FOR PARKING.

EDDF INFORMATION:

UTC CONVERSION: + 2.00

AIRPORT OPERATING HOURS:
0500-2259 LOCAL STAGE 4 OPS
0600-2159 LOCAL STAGE 3 OPS

STAGE 2 OPERATIONS ARE BANNED FROM THIS AIRPORT.
NO GENERAL AVIATION (GA) OPERATIONS ARE PERMITTED BETWEEN 2300-0500 LOCAL.

AIPORT SLOTS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL OPERATIONS TO THIS AIRPORT. ALL REQUESTS MUST BE IN GCR FORMAT AND CAN BE ARRANGED UP TO 6 WEEKS IN ADVANCE FOR GA OPS. ALL FLIGHT PLAN THAT ARE FILED FOR SLOT COORDINATED GERMAN AIRPORTS MUST INDICATE THE 10 DIGIT APT SLOT-ID NUMBER IN REMARKS SECTION 18 OF THE FLIGHT PLAN. ALL SLOT CONFIRMATIONS ARE GIVEN IN ZULU/UTC TIME AND THE DEVIATION IS +10/-5 MINUTES.

GERMAN AUTHORITIES CHARGE ALL DEPARTING PASSENGERS A SECURITY TAX FOR SECURITY SCREENING PROCEDURES. THIS CHARGE APPLIES TO ALL GA OPERATIONS DEPARTING FRANKFURT.

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