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CASA 490/05 Other as amended, taking into account amendments up to CASA 88/19 — CASA 490/05 Amendment Instrument 2019 (No. 1)
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
Registered 11 Nov 2019
Start Date 07 Nov 2019

CASA 490/05 – Designation of airspace for broadcast requirements – aerodromes with certified air/ground radio services

as amended

made under paragraph 99A (1) (b) and subregulation 99A (3) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988.

This compilation was prepared on 7 November 2019 taking into account amendments up to instrument CASA 88/19 — CASA 490/05 Amendment Instrument 2019 (No. 1). It is a compilation of CASA 490/05 – Designation of airspace for broadcast requirements – aerodromes with certified air/ground radio services, as amended and in force on 7 November 2019.

Prepared by the Advisory and Drafting Branch, Legal and Regulatory Affairs Division, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Canberra.

Compilation No. 2.

Designation of airspace for broadcast requirements — aerodromes with certified air/ground radio services

2          Designation of broadcast areas

                 Each area of airspace within the horizontal and vertical limits defined for the area (a designated area) in Schedule 1 is designated as an area in which broadcast requirements apply.

3          Direction of broadcast requirements

                 The broadcast requirements mentioned in Schedule 2 apply in each designated area.

4          Direction of radio frequencies

                 Broadcasts in a designated area must be made on the radio frequency mentioned in Schedule 3 for the area.

Schedule 1         Limits of areas of airspace in which broadcast requirements apply

1          Horizontal limits

     (1)     In this Schedule, the horizontal limits of a designated area are defined as a circle with a radius of a stated length in nautical miles centred on a specified point.

     (2)     If horizontal limits of a designated area are defined as mentioned in subclause (1), the circumference of the circle makes up the horizontal limits of the area.

2          Vertical limits

     (1)     In this Schedule, the vertical limits of a designated area are defined as any height above the designated aerodrome at which an aircraft may conflict with another aircraft that is arriving, departing, or carrying out local operations, at the aerodrome.

3          Designated areas

            YAYE/AYERS ROCK

              Horizontal limits: a circle of 20.0NM radius centred on

              25 11 10S 130 58 32E (YAYE/AD)

              Vertical limits: ground level to any height above the designated aerodrome at which an aircraft may conflict with another aircraft that is arriving, departing, or carrying out local operations, at the aerodrome.

            YBNA/BALLINA/BYRON GATEWAY

              Horizontal limits: a circle of 10.0NM radius centred on

              28 50 02S 153 34 45E (YBNA/AD)

               Vertical limits: ground level to 8 500 feet above mean sea level.

Schedule 2          Broadcast requirements for designated areas

1          Aircraft flying through a designated area without landing

              The pilot in command of an aircraft intending to fly through the area without landing must, immediately after the aircraft enters the area, make a broadcast that includes the following information:

(a)   the aircraft’s callsign and type;

(b)   the aircraft’s position;

(c)   the aircraft’s present level;

(d)   the pilot’s intentions in relation to the flight.

2          Aircraft intending to land at an aerodrome in a designated area

               The pilot in command of an aircraft intending to land at an aerodrome in the area, must:

(a)   immediately after the aircraft enters the area, make a broadcast that includes the following information:

             (i)  the aircraft’s callsign and type;

            (ii)  the aircraft’s radial, bearing or quadrant from, and distance from, the aerodrome at which the pilot proposes to land;

           (iii)  the aircraft’s altitude;

           (iv)  the pilot’s intentions in relation to the flight; and

(b)   if and when the aircraft joins the circuit, make a broadcast that consists of:

             (i)  the aircraft’s callsign and type; and

            (ii)  a statement that the aircraft is joining the circuit; and

           (iii)  the segment in which the aircraft is joining the circuit; and

(c)   if the pilot intends to make a straight in approach to the landing runway, make a prior broadcast of that intention.

3          Aircraft taking off from an aerodrome in a designated area

               The pilot in command of an aircraft who is taxiing for take-off from the aerodrome must:

(a)   when starting to taxi, make a broadcast that includes the following information:

             (i)  the aircraft’s callsign and type;

            (ii)  if the proposed flight is to be conducted under the I.F.R. — a statement to that effect;

           (iii)  the name of the aerodrome;

           (iv)  either:

(A)  the proposed flight’s intended destination; or

(B)   the direction in which the pilot intends to fly from the aerodrome;

            (v)  the runway proposed to be used for take-off; and

(b)   immediately before entering the runway to be used for take-off, make a broadcast that consists of:

             (i)  the aircraft’s callsign and type; and

            (ii)  the runway identifier; and

           (iii)  a statement that the aircraft is entering the runway.

Schedule 3          Radio frequencies

Broadcast area

Radio frequency (MHz)

Ayers Rock

126.9

Ballina/Byron Gateway

124.2

 

Note to CASA 490/05 – Designation of airspace for broadcast requirements – aerodromes with certified air/ground radio services

CASA 490/05 – Designation of airspace for broadcast requirements – aerodromes with certified air/ground radio services (in force under paragraph 99A (1) (b) and subregulation 99A (3) of the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988) as shown in this compilation is amended as indicated in the tables below.

Table of instruments

Title

Date of FRLI registration

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or
transitional provisions

CASA 490/05
Designation of airspace for broadcast requirements — aerodromes with certified air/ground radio services

24 November 2005
(see
F2005L03699)

24 November 2005

CASA 72/18 —
CASA 490/05 Amendment Instrument 2018 (No. 1)

26 October 2018
(see F2018L01483)

27 October 2018

CASA 88/19 —
CASA 490/05 Amendment Instrument 2019 (No. 1)

5 November 2019
(see
F2019L01425)

7 November 2019

Table of amendments

ad. = added or inserted      am. = amended      rep. = repealed      rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

s. 1

rep. Legislation Act 2003, s. 48D

Schedule 1

am. F2018L01483; F2019L01425

Schedule 3

am. F2018L01483; F2019L01425