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					AIP – New Zealand
                                                                               Effective
      AIRAC                  AIP Supplements                                   3 JUN 10
                       Effective at: 1006030000 NZST (1006021200 UTC)
                           This issue entirely replaces previous issues.
               Boxed items, issued separately, must be retained until cancelled.

                                          CONTENTS
                               Permanent AIP Supplements
    The following AIP Supplements are of a permanent nature and will be re-issued under
         the same reference number, with a revised version number, when amended.

2009
1/10       AIP Publications Status Checklist                                                      3
2/10       Hours of Service Air Traffic Services — Airways Corporation of NZ                      4
3/10       Enroute and Area Chart Amendments                                                      5
4/10       Visual Navigation and Planning Chart Amendments                                        5
5/10       AIP and AIP/AD Chart Amendments                                                        6
6/10       Obstructions to Air Navigation                                                         7
7/10       Aerodrome Surveys — Critical Obstacles and Survey Data                                 7
8/10       Location Indicator Amendments                                                          8
9/10       Unverified Aerodromes                                                                  8
10/10      Reserved                                                                               8

    AIP Supplements effective within the Auckland Oceanic FIR (NZZO)

2010
69/10      Regional Route A338 Amendment                                                          9
71/10      Auckland Oceanic FIR Enroute Chart — Reissue Effective 3 JUN 10                        12
89/10      Pacific AIP — Content Update                                                           13

        AIP Supplements effective within the New Zealand FIR (NZZC)

2008
139/08 Abbreviation Amendments                                                                    14
140/08 Multilateration (MLAT) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance — Broadcast                    14
       (ADS-B) Trial

2009
152/09 Woodbourne CTR Amendment                                                                   15
153/09 Southland Danger Area Establishment                                                        16

2010
28/10      Changes to ATS Routes — New Plymouth Area                                              17
30/10      North Auckland Wire Hazard — Incorrect VNC Depiction                                   18
34/10      Blenheim — Crane Operation                                                             18
37/10      HAWKE REP — Holding Pattern                                                            18
38/10      Taupo Aerodrome Beacon — Permanent Withdrawal                                          19
39/10      Nelson — Low Flying Zone Disestablishment                                              19
                                                                                            Continued




Published by Aeronautical Information Management (AIM), a business unit of Airways Corporation of New
       Zealand Ltd (under the authority of AIS Certificate Nr AI33794 issued by the Civil Aviation
 Authority of New Zealand), PO Box 294, Wellington, New Zealand. Telephone Toll Free 0800 500 045 or
(04) 471 1899. Fax Toll Free 0800 686 867 or (04) 471 5813 AFTN NZHQYOYX email: aim@airways.co.nz
    2010
    40/10   Invercargill — New Visual Reporting Points                               19
    41/10   New Plymouth — New Visual Reporting Points                               20
    48/10   Tauranga NDB — Permanent Change of Frequency                             20
    52/10   Napier Visual Reporting Point Amendments                                 21
    54/10   Rotorua Area — ATS Route Change                                          22
    63/10   Queenstown APP/TWR/FIS — Change of Frequency                             22
    64/10   Auckland Hospital — Temporary Crane Operation                            22
    75/10   Banks Peninsula — Common Frequency Zone Establishment                    23
    77/10   Timaru — Low Flying Zone Establishment                                   24
    78/10   Taranaki — Common Frequency Zone Establishment                           25
    80/10   Special Aerodrome Reports (SPAR) — Permanent Withdrawal                  26
    81/10   Motueka — Common Frequency Zone Establishment and Mandatory              26
            Broadcast Zone Amendment
    83/10   Tasman ATS Routes — Realignment                                          27
    85/10   Waipukurau Aerodrome — Runway Works                                      28
    87/10   Reporting Point Late Name Changes — South Island                         28
    88/10   Rotorua Aerodrome — Grass RWY 18/36                                      29
    90/10   Napier Aerodrome — Wise Owl 94 (14 to 24 JUN 10)                         29
    91/10   Auckland Low Visibility Operations — Change of RVR Visibility Criteria   29
    92/10   Auckland INTL Aerodrome — Fuel Telephone Update                          29
    93/10   Hamilton — Temporary General Aviation Area NZG296 (16 to 19 JUN 10)      30
    94/10   Napier Aerodrome — RWY 34 Approach Lighting                              32
    95/10   Napier Aerodrome — Runway Works                                          32
    96/10   New Plymouth Aerodrome — Oil Exploration Drilling                        32
    97/10   Withdrawal of Napier NDB                                                 33
    98/10   Withdrawal of Oamaru NDB                                                 33
    99/10   Withdrawal Invercargill NDB                                              34




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General information pertinent to AIP Supplements
Geographical co-ordinates for airspace described in this document are available
from the Civil Aviation Authority on the CAA Website (www.caa.govt.nz) under the
New Zealand Air Navigation Register, or from the Aeronautical Services Approvals
unit, CAA of NZ, PO Box 31-441, Lower Hutt 5040.
The diagrams depicted in this document are not intended for navigational
purposes but are provided to assist with the correlation of textual information
onto the relevant chart.
Supplements issued separately from the main Supplement booklet are ’boxed’ on
the contents page. Such Supplements, which will be published once and may
remain current over several issues, may need to be retained until cancelled.




1/10 Version 6459                    NZZC
AIP Publications Status Checklist
Effective: 3 JUN 10
AIP   Volume 1     3   JUN   10                  Aeronautical Information
AIP   Volume 2/3   3   JUN   10                  Circular                   3 JUN 10
AIP   Volume 4     3   JUN   10
AIP   Supplement   3   JUN   10

AERONAUTICAL CHARTS
North/South ENRC                                                            3    JUN   10
National/Antarctic/Chatham Islands ENRC                                     3    JUN   10
Upper North Island/Lower North Island ARC                                   3    JUN   10
Upper South Island ARC                                                      3    JUN   10

Auckland Oceanic FIR Enroute Chart                                          3 JUN 10

VISUAL CHARTS
North Island/South Island (Both 1:1,000,000)                 VPC A1/A2      19   NOV   09
Northland/Cook Strait (Both 1:500,000)                       VNC B1/B2      19   NOV   09
Waikato–Manawatu/Canterbury (Both 1:500,000)                 VNC B3/B4      19   NOV   09
Central Plateau/Southern Alps (Both 1:500,000)               VNC B5/B6      19   NOV   09
Whangarei/Wellington (Both 1:250,000)                        VNC C1/C2      19   NOV   09
Auckland/Hawkes Bay (Both 1:250,000)                         VNC C3/C4      19   NOV   09
Bay of Plenty/Taranaki (Both 1:250,000)                      VNC C5/C6      19   NOV   09
Marlborough/Otago (Both 1:250,000)                           VNC C7/C8      19   NOV   09
West Coast/Queenstown (Both 1:250,000)                       VNC C9/C10     19   NOV   09
Southland/Mount Cook (Both 1:250,000)                        VNC C11/C12    19   NOV   09
Christchurch/Fiordland (Both 1:250,000)                      VNC C13/C14    19   NOV   09
Auckland Terminal/Christchurch Terminal (Both 1:125,000)     VNC D1/D2      19   NOV   09

AERODROME OBSTACLE CHARTS — TYPE A
Auckland               RWY 05R/23L and 05L/23R                               OCT 07
Christchurch           RWY 02/20                                             NOV 02
Ohakea                 RWY 09/27                                             OCT 97
Wellington             RWY 16/34                                             NOV 07
Whenuapai              RWY 03/21                                             FEB 05




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2/10 Version 6                                      460NZZC
Hours of Service Air Traffic Services — Airways Corporation of NZ
Effective: 3 JUN 10
Permanent, temporary or daily variation of these published hours by greater than
30 minutes will be notified by NOTAM.
Permanent, temporary or daily variation of these hours by 30 minutes or less will
be notified to the parent ATCC, and will be NOTAMed if operationally significant.
Pilots should listen to ATIS and/or transmit on appropriate frequency to determine
if ATS is on watch. Units so equipped will broadcast “off-watch” and “expected
time on watch” on the ATIS when ATS is not in attendance.
                              *denotes ATS unit not equipped with ATIS
                   All hours are in NZ Standard Time (NZST). NZST is 12 hours ahead of UTC.


       LOCATION                                SERVICE                                        HOURS
    Auckland                Oceanic ACC/FIS                                 H24                  Daily
                            ACC/APP/TWR/FIS                                 H24                  Daily
    Christchurch            ACC/APP/TWR/FIS                                 H24                  Daily
                            APP/FIS                           0545 – 2220 & 2240 – 2335        MON
                                                               0545 – 2200                       TUE – FRI
                                                               0545 – 2220 & 2240 – 2335        SAT
                                                          0545 – 2220 & 2240 – 0035             SUN

                              Bay Sector — applies to approach control service within Hamilton CTA/D and
                                  CTR/D , Rotorua CTA/D and CTR/D , and Tauranga CTR/D 
                              Bay Sector hours may be extended due International Operations at Hamilton
    Dunedin                 APP/TWR/FIS                                     0640 – 2110          MON – FRI
                                                                            0700 – 1920          SAT
                                                                            0700 – 2110          SUN
    Gisborne                APP/TWR/FIS                                     0625 – 2045          MON – FRI
                                                                            0645 – 1930          SAT
                                                                            0655 – 2015          SUN

    Hamilton               TWR/FIS                                         0550 – 2045          MON – FRI
                                                                            0650 – 1925          SAT
                                                                            0650 – 2045          SUN
                                   Hours may be extended due International Operations — check Hamilton ATIS
    Invercargill            APP/TWR/FIS                                     0610 – 2030          MON – FRI
                                                                            0645 – 1930          SAT
                                                                            0640 – 2030          SUN
    Milford Sound *         AFIS                                            0800 – 1600          Daily
    Napier                  APP/TWR/FIS                                     0630 – 2050          MON – FRI
                                                                            0630 – 1955          SAT
                                                                            0650 – 2105          SUN
    Nelson                  APP/TWR/FIS                                     0620   –   2050      MON – THU
                                                                            0620   –   2135      FRI
                                                                            0640   –   2025      SAT
                                                                            0730   –   2120      SUN
    New Plymouth            APP/TWR/FIS                                     0645 – 1955          MON – FRI
                                                                            0645 – 1845          SAT
                                                                            0730 – 2000          SUN
    Ohakea                  TWR/FIS                                        0730 – 2230          MON – FRI   
                            ACC/APP/FIS                                    0545 – 2300          DAILY

                                              Outside these hours available on request by approved
                                                     operators only — check Ohakea ATIS.
                                               Promulgated ACC/APP/FIS hours may be extended.
                                           Caution — M306, M310, M311 and M312 operative H24.
                                                     Refer ENR 5.2 for contact details.


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 Palmerston North      TWR/FIS                                       0615 – 2015       Daily

                                      Hours may be extended — check Palmerston North ATIS.

 Queenstown            APP/TWR/FIS                                   0730 – 1800       Daily

 Rotorua              TWR/FIS                                       0630 – 2000       MON – FRI
                                                                     0630 – 1930       SAT
                                                                     0725 – 2000       SUN

 Tauranga             TWR/FIS                                       0640 – 2030       MON – FRI
                                                                     0635 – 1945       SAT
                                                                     0650 – 2030       SUN
 Wellington            TWR/FIS                                       H24               Daily

                       APP/FIS                                      H24                Daily

                            Applies to approach control service within Wellington CTA/C and CTR/C,
                                            and Woodbourne CTA/D and CTR/D .
 Whenuapai             TWR/FIS                                       0800 – 1700       MON – FRI   
                                   Promulgated hours may be extended for RNZAF operations.
                                     Refer to ENR 1.16 VFR Operations for VFR procedures.
 Woodbourne            TWR/FIS                                       0645 – 2100       MON – FRI
                                                                     0705 – 1845       SAT
                                                                     0900 – 2100       SUN
 Refer also entry for Christchurch APP/FIS 
 Approach Control Service in CTR only available when respective TWR is on watch
 Except Public Holidays where hours are NIL. Refer AIP GEN 2.1 for Public Holidays
 Break in service due to Meal Break requirements
3/10 Version 5                               461NZZC
Enroute and Area Chart Amendments
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The following amendments to ENRC and ARC are advised. These changes will be
incorporated into charts at the next edition.

 Chart                         Item

 National ENRC                 Amend: WPT GUNTA to read BEGMU (H291 CH VOR – SH VOR)
                               Amend: ROL table H291 entry — GUNTA to read BEGMU
 South ENRC                    Amend: WPT GUNTA to read BEGMU (Q768 OMARU – RY VOR and
                               H291 CH VOR – SH VOR)
                               Amend: WPT MUDDL to read MEGUG (H131 SW VOR – TU NDB)
                               Amend: ROL table H131 entry — MUDDL to read MEGUG
                               Amend: ROL table H291 entry — GUNTA to read BEGMU
 Upper South Island ARC        Amend: WPT GUNTA to read BEGMU (H291 CH VOR – SH VOR)

4/10 Version 4 462                           NZZC
Visual Navigation and Planning Chart Amendments
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The following list contains amendments and corrections to VNC and VPC. Users need
to hand amend their charts to incorporate these changes.

 Chart              Item

 VNC C7             Add lit obstacle at S41 30 58 E173 57 33. Height 332ft AMSL.
                    (Approximately 4NM E of WOODBOURNE ARP)
 VNC C9, C13        Amend aerodrome status of Lake Haupiri AD at S42 36 04 E171 41 57 from
                    AIP-Non published to published

 VPC A1, A2         Add new aerodrome Lake Haupiri at S42 36 04 E171 41 57
 VNC B4


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    Chart          Item
    VPC A2         Add new aerodrome Wyndale at S43 23 00 E171 54 00
    VNC B2, B4,
    C13
    VNC C3, D1     Amend location of wire hazard at Mahurangi. Refer SUP 30/10 for details
    VNC B1, B3,    Amend Tauranga NDB frequency from 1670 to 346 kHz
    B5
    VNC C3, C5
    VPC A1         Remove Napier NDB symbol
    VNC B3, B5,
    C4
    VPC A2         Remove Oamaru NDB symbol
    VNC B4, C8
    VPC A2         Remove Invercargill NDB symbol
    VNC B6, C11,
    C14

Users wishing to notify improvements, suggestions or comments regarding VNC or
VPC can do so via email (aim@airways.co.nz) or by phoning the technical editor
on (04) 471 4728.

5/10 Version 6                           463NZZC
AIP and AIP/AD Chart Amendments
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The following amendments to AIP and AIP/AD charts are advised. These changes
will be incorporated into the AIP in subsequent amendments.

    ASB Bank Centre Heliport
    NZBC AD 2-51.1                          Amend Sky Tower height (1255ft) to read 1173ft
    Flat Point
    NZFT AD 2-52.1 Operational Data         Under facilities; amend last line to read
                                            “Accommodation available by prior arrangement”
    Hokitika
    NZHK AD 2-44.3 NDB ALFA                 Delete Hokitika AWIB 127.1 MHz
                                            Delete mast 607ft approximately 10NM NE of
                                            Hokitika AD
    Paraparaumu
    NZPP AD 2-44.1 NDB/DME RWY 16           Delete ABN symbol FLG W 3.75 SEC
    NZPP AD 2-44.2 NDB RWY 16
    Rotorua
    NZRO AD 2-43.1/2 VOR/DME ALFA           Amend aerodrome ELEV from 935 to 937ft.
                                            In minima table, reduce all circling height above
                                            aerodrome elevation figures by 2ft.
    Whakatane
    NZWK AD 2-44.1 NDB/DME RWY 09           Add spot height 1159ft on Whale Island at
                                            approximately S37 51 30 E176 58 30




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6/10 Version 1                               464NZZC
Obstructions to Air Navigation
Effective: 14 JAN 10
The following obstructions to air navigation have been notified and are not marked
on aeronautical charts.
The latitude and longitude of aerial wires refers to the approximate mid-point of
the significant portion of the wires that may be a hazard. The term “Markings”
refers to daylight obstruction markings and “Lighting” to night obstruction lighting.

    VNC                LOCATION                CO-ORDINATES          OBSTRUCTION           HEIGHT
               WAIPAOA RIVER                     38°13’00”S             Cables hung         Up to
  B5/C5          Mangatu Forest                  177°52’00”E         across valleys up    1000ft AGL
                 27NM north of NZGS                                    to 3NM from
                                                                      reference point

B2, B3, B5, WERAWERAONGA                         39°41’18”S          Cable across road      Approx
              ROAD                               174°42’12”E                               200ft AGL
  C2, C6
              6NM NE Waverley
               MAUNGAKOTUKUTUKU                  40°58’06”S          Cable across gully     Approx
B2, B3, C2     RESERVE                           175°01’18”E                               500ft AGL
                  4.5NM South East
                  NZPP

B2, B3, C2     MT BRUCE                           40°45.6’S           Cable over river     60ft above
                  Ruamahanga River                175°35.9’E                                  river
               MARLBOROUGH                        41°08’21”S          Cable runs from        Up to
B2, B3, C7     SOUNDS                            173°57’00”E          hilltop to 200m        1200ft
                  Wet Inlet                    (hilltop position)          offshore          AMSL

7/10 Version 2                               465NZZC
Aerodrome Surveys — Critical Obstacles and Survey Data
Effective: 11 MAR 10
Critical obstacles for certificated aerodromes are shown on the current issue of the
Aerodrome Obstacle Chart — ICAO Type A for the aerodrome, unless superseded
by this Supplement or by NOTAM.
Critical obstacles for non-certificated aerodromes, if not published in this
Supplement or by NOTAM may be obtained from the aerodrome operator.

AERODROME        RWY     CRITICAL OBSTACLES
Given as metres from Start of Take-off Run Available (SOT) and top height in feet AMSL
Christchurch      02     Nil
                  20     Nil
                  11     Chimney                                                  2124m      115.1ft
                  11     Port Hills                                               15890m     920ft
                  11     Port Hills                                               17440m     1345ft
                  11     Port Hills                                               18340m     1483ft
                  29     Fence                                                    1878m      122.1ft
Dunedin           21     Pylon                                                    15658m     748ft
Hamilton          18     Road                                                     2366m      176ft
                  36     Fence                                                    2346m      176ft
Napier            16     Nil   using 5° left turn after take-off
                  34     Nil   using 15° right turn after take-off
                  07     TV    aerial                                             1561m      44ft
                  25     Nil   using left turn after take-off
Nelson            02     Nil using a 5° left turn
                  20     Nil
Oamaru            18     Fence                                                    1428m      104.24ft
                  36     Trees & fence                                            2543m      162ft
                                                                                  1344m      97ft
Palmerston        07     Ground                                                   15765m     1351ft
North                    Power pole                                               3048m      220ft
                         Railway pole                                             2422m      187ft
                  25     Mobile                                                   2068m      135ft
                         Mobile                                                   2011m      132ft


                                                                                                        7
    Paraparaumu        16    Macrocarpas                                               2438m     108.3ft
                                                                            includes starter extension 85m
    Rotorua            18    Trees                                                     4187m     1063ft
                       36    Trees (straight flight path only)                         6717m     1247ft
                       36    Trees                                                     3305m     1023ft
    Taupo              17    Trig/hill                                                 11456m    2052ft
                       35    Trees                                                     4375m     1528ft
    Tauranga           07    Nil
                       25    Crane                                                     2825m     92ft
                       25    Crane                                                     3465m     145ft
    Timaru             02    Nil
                       20    Pylon                                                     17223m    1190ft
                             +adjacent pylon otherwise fan is clear of obstructions.
                       11    Vehicle Brosnan                                           1349m     83.7ft
                       29    Vehicle Levels Plain Middle Road                          1295m     103ft
    Wellington         16    Nil
                       34    Pylon                                                     11682m    908ft
    Whangarei          06    Vehicle                                                   1164m     126ft
                       24    Nil

Obstruction survey data has been made available for the following aerodromes
and can be obtained from Aeronautical Information Management (AIM).

    Aerodrome                                    Runways                           Effective Date
    Dunedin                                         03/21                              DEC 04
    Napier                                          16/34                               2005
    Palmerston North                                07/25                              OCT 02
    Queenstown                                      05/23                              MAY 00
    Taupo                                           17/35                              MAR 05
    Tauranga                                        07/25                              NOV 04
    Timaru                                          02/20                              MAY 04
    Woodbourne                                      06/24                              DEC 04
                                         RWY designator change NOV 05


8/10 Version 3                                 466NZZC
Location Indicator Amendments
Effective: 11 MAR 10
The following amendments to location indicators are advised. AIP GEN 2.4 refers.

    Nil

* Location to which messages cannot be addressed over AFTN.
# Location Indicators which do not have operational data currently promulgated in
the AIP.

9/10 Version 1 467                             NZZC
Unverified Aerodromes
Effective: 14 JAN 10
The following aerodromes have not verified that the information and contact
details contained on their aerodrome pages are correct within the last year.

                 Aerodrome                     Location Indicator            Date of Last Verification
               Nil aerodromes


10/10                   468                    Reserved

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     AIP SUPPLEMENTS EFFECTIVE WITHIN THE AUCKLAND
                   OCEANIC FIR (NZZO)

69/10            469              NZZO
Regional Route A338 Amendment
Effective: 3 JUN 10
To commemorate the centenary of the Roald Amundsen and Robert Falcon Scott
exploration of the South Pole, Regional ATS Route A338 is amended as follows
(waypoint names are derived from expedition dog and pony names):

Route A338        Christchurch – McMurdo Sound
        WAYPOINT                      TRACK             NM         MSA
 C1     CHRISTCHURCH VOR              ---/163            40        3000
 C1     PEHRR                         163/163            64        3000
 C1     HELGE                         163/163           289
 C3     LASSE                         159/153           301
 C3     MYLUS                        183T/184T          301
 C3     FRITH                        184T/184T          302
 C3     URROA                        184T/185T          302
 C3     SNIPT                        185T/186T          252       16000
 N      JIPIG                        186T/187T           51       16000
 C3     BOENZ                        187T/187T           72       16000
 C3     JEHOO                        188T/188T           80       16000
 C1     BYRRD                        189T/149T           18       16000
 C1     NOBEY                         149T/---           ---
Certifying Organisation         Airways Corporation of New Zealand Ltd
Maintenance Organisation        Airways Corporation of New Zealand Ltd

The following waypoints are disestablished:
Waypoint         Reporting                 Latitude/Longitude
ANOPA               C                 S   45 13 51.4, E 172 13 39.9
APORO               C                 S   50 00 00.0, E 171 20 00.0
BOSLA               C                 S   55 00 00.0, E 170 55 00.0
BYRD                C                 S   77 30 00.0, E 165 00 00.0
DALOS               C                 S   60 00 00.0, E 170 20 00.0
ELNAK               C                 S   65 00 00.0, E 169 32 00.0
GULAN               C                 S   70 00 00.0, E 168 20 00.0
KALVA               C                 S   75 00 00.0, E 166 30 00.0
LAVIS               C                 S   76 11 01.8, E 165 51 24.3
POTOP               C                 S   44 09 58.4, E 172 24 23.7
REGAT               C                 S   77 45 00.0, E 165 42 00.0
ZUKKY               NC                S   74 10 00.0, E 166 52 06.0




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The following waypoints are established:
Waypoint         Reporting                Latitude/Longitude
BOENZ               C                 S 75 00 00.0, E 166 30 00.0
BYRRD               C                 S 77 30 00.0, E 165 00 00.0
FRITH               C                 S 60 00 00.0, E 170 20 00.0
HELGE               C                 S 45 13 51.4, E 172 13 39.9
JEHOO               C                 S 76 11 01.8, E 165 51 24.3
JIPIG               NC                S 74 10 00.0, E 166 52 06.0
LASSE               C                 S 50 00 00.0, E 171 20 00.0
MYLUS               C                 S 55 00 00.0, E 170 55 00.0
NOBEY               C                 S 77 45 00.0, E 165 42 00.0
PEHRR               C                 S 44 09 58.4, E 172 24 23.7
SNIPT               C                 S 70 00 00.0, E 168 20 00.0
URROA               C                 S 65 00 00.0, E 169 32 00.0
Promulgated in accordance with Civil Aviation Rules, Part 95 Instrument Flight
Procedures — Registration.




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71/10            470               NZZO
Auckland Oceanic FIR Enroute Chart — Reissue Effective 3 JUN 10
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The Auckland Oceanic FIR Enroute Chart is reissued effective 3 JUN 10.
This chart incorporates changes notified by AIP Supplements 94/08; 65/09;
113/09; 144/09; 70/10.
Summary of significant changes:
Airspace:
S    Pago Pago CTA/D 3500–FL245 redesignated Faleolo CTA/D 3500–FL245.

ATS Routes:
S    ATS RTE M625 WN VOR–TOMAR realigned.
S    ATS RTE R326 YW VOR–MOTKO realigned.
S    ATS RTE L503 CH VOR–RUNOD realigned.
S    ATS RTE Q607 PM VOR–LALAP replaced by Q679 PM VOR-GOPLU.
S    ATS RTE M639 WN VOR–GULUT realigned.
S    ATS RTE Q611 WN VOR–CI NDB redefined.
S    ATS RTE Y684 LUNBI–LEKUS (Sydney–Hamilton) renamed Y683.

Waypoints:
S    WPT LALAP (L503/M625/Q607) disestablished.
S    WPT UDUMO (R326/Q607) disestablished.
S    New WPT KABKA (L503) established.
S    New WPT GOPLU (M625/Q679) established.
S    Intersection WPT UKLAK (M625/N750); REGOT (M625/P880); PIKAV
     (L503/M636); PORAR (L503/L521); replaced by WPT IDBAD; UVUPO; EKADU;
     AGIRA respectively as a result of ATS RTE M625/L503 realignment.
S    WPT ANOPA and APORO (A338 Christchurch–McMurdo Sound) renamed HELGE
     and LASSE respectively.

Navaids:
S    Niue NDB and Niue DME relocated.

NOTE:
Cook Sector: Rarotonga Inset and Cook Islands domestic ATS routes
(Aitutaki–Penrhyn–Manihiki–Aitutaki) have been removed from the chart.
These routes will be published by Pacific AIP Supplement effective 3 JUN 10.
Copies of the revised chart will be available after 3 MAY 10 from:
Aeronautical Information Management
Airways NZ
PO Box 294
Wellington 6015
New Zealand
Tel: +64-4-471 1899
Fax: +64-4-471 5813
www.aipshop.co.nz/
email: aim@airways.co.nz

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89/10 Cancels 143/09471           NZZO
Pacific AIP — Content Update
Effective: 3 JUN 10

State AIP for SAMOA, TONGA and FIJI ISLANDS are now published.
Aeronautical data for those three States contained within the Pacific AIP
dated 18 APR 02 is no longer valid and is to be disregarded. Users are to
refer to AIP Samoa, AIP Tonga and AIP Fiji Islands for operations in those
areas.
AIP SAMOA: AIP and AIP Supplement service for the territory of Samoa and the
Samoa Sector of the Auckland Oceanic FIR (NZZO). Refer AIP New Zealand
Chapter GEN 3.1 Paragraph 2.
AIP TONGA: AIP and AIP Supplement service for the territory of Tonga and the
Tonga Sector of the Auckland Oceanic FIR (NZZO). Refer AIP New Zealand
Chapter GEN 3.1 Paragraph 2.
Subscription service for AIP TONGA and AIP SAMOA is available on
www.aipshop.co.nz — Pacific Region AIPs, or from Aeronautical Information
Management, Airways NZ, PO Box 294, Wellington, New Zealand.
Tel: +64-4-471 1899; Fax: +64-4-471 5813; Email: aim@airways.co.nz
AIP FIJI ISLANDS: AIP and AIP Supplement service for the territory of the Fiji
Islands and Nadi FIR. Subscription to AIP FIJI ISLANDS is available from
Aeronautical Information Service, Airports Fiji Limited, Private Mail Bag, Nadi
International Airport, Fiji Islands. Tel: (679) 672 5777; Fax: (679) 673 1114;
Email: ais@afl.com.fj

PACIFIC ISLANDS AIP PUBLICATIONS STATUS
Pacific AIP                        18 APR 02 (excluding Samoa, Tonga and
                                   Fiji Islands)
Pacific AIP Supplement             3 JUN 10 (excluding Samoa, Tonga and
                                   Fiji Islands)
Auckland Oceanic FIR Enroute Chart 3 JUN 10

AIP Samoa                             Refer Samoa AIP Supplement
Samoa Terminal Area Chart             Refer Samoa AIP Supplement
AIP Tonga                             Refer Tonga AIP Supplement
AIP Fiji Islands                      Contact AIS, Airports Fiji Limited




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     AIP SUPPLEMENTS EFFECTIVE WITHIN THE NEW ZEALAND
                         FIR (NZZC)


139/08            472               NZZC
Abbreviation Amendments
Effective: 20 NOV 08
ICAO Doc 8400, (Amendment 28) has added a new abbreviation for Localiser
(LOC). The abbreviation for local or locally or location or located is changed from
LOC to LCA.
The abbreviation LLZ will be phased out in the AIP when pages require
amendment.
NOTAM is using the abbreviation LOC only for Localiser.

140/08            473               NZZC
Multilateration (MLAT) and Automatic Dependent Surveillance — Broadcast
(ADS-B) Trial
Effective: 20 NOV 08
As part of the introduction of Multilateration (MLAT) and Automatic Dependent
Surveillance (ADS-B) technology within the New Zealand FIR, Airways New
Zealand will conduct operational trials using ADS-B data until further notice.
To assist with these trials all aircraft operators planning to operate ADS-B
equipped aircraft in the New Zealand FIR should indicate ADS-B capability in the
flight plan provided the aircraft meets the Australian standard as set out in Civil
Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Advisory Circular AC21-45(0) — Airworthiness
Approval of Airborne Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast Equipment.
This is indicated by entering RMK/ADSB in item 18 of the ICAO flight plan.




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152/09           474                NZZC
Woodbourne CTR Amendment
Effective: 19 NOV 09
A new CTR Sector is established for the purposes of IFR air traffic management
within the Woodbourne CTR/D as follows:

Brancott Sector
Upper limit:             3500ft AMSL
Lower limit:             Surface
This Sector will not be depicted on Visual Navigation Charts.
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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153/09           475                NZZC
Southland Danger Area Establishment
Effective: 19 NOV 09
A new permanent danger area NZD722 is prescribed to facilitate the safety of air
navigation due to jet efflux as follows:

NZD722                   Edendale, Southland
All that airspace bounded by a circle, radius 0.27 NM (0.5 km), centred on
S 46 18 39.2, E 168 47 06.2.
Upper limit:             800ft AMSL.
Lower limit:             Surface.
Activity:                Permanently active; jet efflux.
Using agency:            Fonterra Co-operative Group Ltd; PO Box 20, Edendale,
                         Southland, Tel (03) 206 6190.
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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28/10               476                NZZC
Changes to ATS Routes — New Plymouth Area
Effective: 11 FEB 10
The development of RNAV arrival routes to New Plymouth has necessitated the
establishment of new compulsory reporting points ATS routes H252 and H479.
These are effective:
THU 11 FEB 10 (1002101100 UTC)
Details as follows:

     REP Name                 ATS Route                          Position
         DOBBO                  H252                S38 30 43               E174 16 40
         HARVO                  H479                S38 36 52               E174 34 51

The description of the affected ATS routes has changed effective:
THU 11 FEB 10 (1002101100 UTC)
Details as follows:

                                                    MSA     Distance Distance
 Route      Start       End      COP      Tracks                                    ROL
                                                    (ft)     (NM)     Steps
 H252      KABAS       DOBBO              168/348   1200        44                  MRA
                                                                                   6000ft
 H252      DOBBO      NP VOR              168/348   1500        30                 20NP–
                                                                                  DOBBO–
                                                                                    20NP
                                                                                    MRA
                                                                                   6000ft
 H479      HN VOR      HARVO              198/018   4300        58     10HN
                                                                        2600
 H479      HARVO      NP VOR              198/018   1900        30

The routes will be amended in the next issue of ENRC/ARC.




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30/10            477               NZZC
North Auckland Wire Hazard — Incorrect VNC Depiction
Effective: 11 FEB 10
Visual Navigation Charts C3 Auckland and D1 Auckland Terminal dated 19 NOV 09
depict a wrongly placed wire hazard.
Wire hazard 200ft near Mahurangi, located 7NM north of Orewa visual reporting
point, is incorrectly positioned. (Approximate mid point position 36 29 04.5S
174 43 11.5E)
The correct mid point of the wire hazard lies 0.75NM east of charted position; across
Te Kapa River inlet. (Approximate mid point position 36 29 15.0S 174 43 55.5E)
Users are advised to hand amend their charts.




34/10 Cancels 16/10478             NZZC
Blenheim — Crane Operation
Effective: 11 FEB 10
A crane has been erected in Blenheim associated with the Aquatic Centre
upgrade. Details are as follows:
Location:        S41 30 58.28 E173 57 33.27 (3.7NM east of THR RWY 24
                 at Woodbourne AD)
Height:          MAX height 332ft AMSL
Lighting:        Red revolving strobe light
The crane is expected to remain on site until 31 JUL 11.

37/10            479               NZZC
HAWKE REP — Holding Pattern
Effective: 11 MAR 10
A new holding pattern is available on ATS route H467 at HAWKE REP with effect from:
THU 11 MAR 10 (1003101100 UTC)
Details as follows:
HAWKE REP (R207 GS VOR 20 DME)
Position: S38 53 06 E177 39 44
INBD TR 027°, Left hand, Limiting DIST 26 DME, MNM HLDG ALT 4300ft
The hold will be published in the next issue of the ENRC.

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38/10             480                NZZC
Taupo Aerodrome Beacon — Permanent Withdrawal
Effective: 11 MAR 10
Taupo aerodrome beacon (ALTN FLG G W 3.75 SEC) is permanently withdrawn.
AIP will be amended.

39/10             481                NZZC
Nelson — Low Flying Zone Disestablishment
Effective: 11 MAR 10
The Rabbit Island Low Flying Zone (NZL665) is disestablished.
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.

40/10             482                NZZC
Invercargill — New Visual Reporting Points
Effective: 11 MAR 10
The following visual reporting points are established to facilitate the safety of air
navigation:
Bushy Point                  S 46 27 10.2, E 168 19 34.2
Kew                          S 46 26 12.8, E 168 21 23.3
North Beach                  S 46 23 31.0, E 168 11 47.6
Ski Club                     S 46 27 52.6, E 168 16 08.4
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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41/10               483              NZZC
New Plymouth — New Visual Reporting Points
Effective: 11 MAR 10
The following visual reporting points are established to facilitate the safety of air
navigation:
Bell Block Bridge            S 39 02 13.1, E 174 08 32.3
Egmont Village               S 39 08 44.2, E 174 08 42.2
Waitara Valley Plant         S 39 01 37.2, E 174 14 56.5
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




48/10               484              NZZC
Tauranga NDB — Permanent Change of Frequency
Effective: 11 MAR 10
The Tauranga NDB has had a permanent frequency change from 1670 kHz to 346
kHz. AIP users should hand-amend Tauranga IFR charts and the Tauranga
Aerodrome chart to reflect the above change.
Applicable AIPNZ charts will be amended 8 APR 10.
ENRC/ARC will be updated at next issue 3 JUN 10.
VNCs will be updated 18 NOV 10.

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52/10             485                    NZZC
Napier Visual Reporting Point Amendments
Effective: 8 APR 10
The following new visual reporting points are prescribed to facilitate the safety of
air navigation:
Haumoana                 S   39   36   14.7,   E   176   56   40.3
Poraiti                  S   39   29   34.2,   E   176   50   21.0
Rissington               S   39   26   21.0,   E   176   43   04.4
Tutira                   S   39   13   26.9,   E   176   53   34.7
Waiohiki                 S   39   33   00.8,   E   176   51   27.2
Whirinaki                S   39   22   38.1,   E   176   53   16.3
The following visual reporting point is disestablished:
Bayview                  S 39 25 09.7, E 176 52 33.7
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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54/10             486               NZZC
Rotorua Area — ATS Route Change
Effective: 8 APR 10
The development of RNAV (GNSS) arrival routes to Rotorua has led to a review of
H328 between HN VOR and RO VOR. The following revised route data becomes
effective on 8 APR 10 (1004071200 UTC).

                                           Tracks      MSA      Distance Distance
     Route   Start       End      COP
                                            (°M)       (ft)      (NM)     Steps
     H328    HN VOR     MIKER             089/268      3300         14    10HN
                         REP                                               2600
     H328    MIKER      LALAN             088/268      4400         16
              REP        REP
     H328    LALAN      RO VOR            088/268      4400         19
              REP

ENRC/ARC charts effective 3 JUN 10 will incorporate the above changes.

63/10             487               NZZC
Queenstown APP/TWR/FIS — Change of Frequency
Effective: 8 APR 10
Queenstown APP/TWR/FIS frequency 128.0 MHz has been changed to 128.9 MHz.
Queenstown FISCOM frequency now 128.9 MHz.
AIP will be amended.

64/10             488               NZZC
Auckland Hospital — Temporary Crane Operation
Effective: 8 APR 10
A crane has been erected in Auckland associated with the Starship Childrens
Health Clinic.
Location:      500m south of Auckland Hospital Heliport (NZJL)
Height:        MAX height 550ft AMSL (150ft AGL)
Lighting:      Flashing red
The crane is expected to remain on site until the end of JUL 10.




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75/10           489               NZZC
Banks Peninsula — Common Frequency Zone Establishment
Effective: 6 MAY 10
The Christchurch Common Frequency Zone (CFZ) NZC977 is disestablished and
replaced by a new Banks Peninsula CFZ — NZC975 as follows:

NZC975             Banks Peninsula CFZ, Canterbury
Upper limit:       Lower limit of controlled airspace within the lateral limits
                   of NZC975.
Lower limit:       Surface.
Active:            Permanently active.
Frequency:         118.75 MHz, “Banks traffic”.




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77/10            490                NZZC
Timaru — Low Flying Zone Establishment
Effective: 6 MAY 10
A new low flying zone is established as follows:

NZL969               Pleasant Point, North Timaru
Using agency:        South Canterbury Aero Club; PO Box 2134, Washdyke,
                     Timaru 7941, Tel (03) 688 2355
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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78/10           491               NZZC

Taranaki — Common Frequency Zone Establishment
Effective: 6 MAY 10
The Maui Common Frequency Zone (NZC380) is disestablished and replaced by
NZC381 as follows:

NZC381             Maui CFZ, South Taranaki
Upper limit:       5500ft AMSL.
Lower limit:       Surface.
Active:            Permanently active.
Frequency:         133.65 MHz “Maui traffic”.

A new Taranaki Common Frequency Zone (NZC382) is established as follows:

NZC382             Taranaki CFZ
Upper limit:       Lower limit of controlled airspace within NZC382 lateral
                   limits.
Lower limit:       Surface.
Active:            Permanently active.
Frequency:         124.65 MHz “Taranaki traffic”.
The Hawera and Stratford aerodrome frequencies are amended to 124.65 MHz as
a consequence of the Taranaki CFZ establishment.




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80/10             492               NZZC
Special Aerodrome Reports (SPAR) — Permanent Withdrawal
Effective: 3 JUN 10
AIPNZ GEN 3.5 Section 3.12 refers — effective 3 JUN 10 (0106021200 UTC) ATS
units will no longer issue SPARs.
As a consequence SPARs will no longer be passed to aircraft by ATS and will not
be available via pre-flight information services using the National Briefing Office or
IFIS website.
Any SPARs current at this time will no longer be available via IFIS.
AIP will be amended.
81/10             493               NZZC
Motueka — Common Frequency Zone Establishment and Mandatory
Broadcast Zone Amendment
Effective: 6 MAY 10
The Motueka Mandatory Broadcast Zone (MBZ) NZB682 has an amended upper
limit to facilitate the safety of air navigation as follows:

NZB682               Motueka MBZ, Nelson Bays
Upper limit:        9500ft AMSL.
Lower limit:        Surface.
Activity:           Permanently active.
Frequency:          127.3 MHz (maximum reporting interval of 15 minutes)
                    “Motueka traffic”.
The Motueka Common Frequency Zone (CFZ) NZC683 is disestablished and
replaced by a new CFZ (NZC687) as follows:

NZC687               Motueka CFZ, Nelson Bays
Upper limit:         Lower limit of controlled airspace within NZC687 lateral
                     limits.
Lower limit:         Surface.
Active:              Permanently active.
Frequency:           127.3 MHz, “Motueka traffic”.
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace, under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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83/10            494              NZZC
Tasman ATS Routes — Realignment
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The following changes to Tasman ATS routes become effective 3 JUN 10
(1006021200 UTC):
S   M625 WN VOR – LALAP – TOMAR replaced by M625 WN VOR – GOPLU – TOMAR
S   Q607 PM VOR – UDUMO – LALAP replaced by Q679 PM VOR – GOPLU
S   R326 YW VOR – KIDAL – UDUMO – MOTKO replaced by R326 YW VOR – KIDAL –
    MOTKO
S   L503 CH VOR – LALAP – RUNOD replaced by L503 CH VOR – KABKA – RUNOD
Refer to ENRC dated 3 JUN 10 for route details.




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85/10             495             NZZC
Waipukurau Aerodrome — Runway Works
Effective: 6 MAY 10
The operator of Waipukurau aerodrome (NZYP) advises that RWY 02/20 is
presently being reworked due to grass seeding and will be closed for a period of
approximately 12 to 18 months.
During this time the following runway limitations will apply.
RWY 02/20 has been relocated to the immediate NW of its present location. The
new mown grass strip has dimensions of 730 x 10m. Effective length is 730m.
The existing 1055m grass runway has been ploughed and marked closed with
white crosses on the thresholds.
The Waipukurau Aerodrome and Operational Data charts will be re-issued with the
29 JUL 10 AIP amendment.
All enquiries to:     Central Hawkes Bay Aero Club
                      Tel (06) 858 8226
                      Mob (021) 262 9550
87/10             496             NZZC
Reporting Point Late Name Changes — South Island
Effective: 3 JUN 10
Due to naming duplication the following IFR reporting point names are changing:
S    GUNTA changes to BEGMU located on the intersection of Q768 OMARU–RY VOR
     and H291 CH VOR–SH VOR
S    MUDDL changes to MEGUG located on H131 SW VOR–TU NDB

     Reporting Point             Latitude                 Longitude
          BEGMU                  S44 20 18                E170 28 23
          MEGUG                  S45 14 45                E170 45 29

The above changes become effective 3 JUN 10 (1006021200 UTC).
Note: GUNTA and MUDDL are new REPs established as a result of the Oamaru NDB
withdrawal and were to be effective 3 JUN 10. Likewise ATS routes Q768 and
H131 are new routes effective 3 JUN 10. Refer SUP 73/10.
Due to production lead times the ENRC/ARC series effective 3 JUN 10 depict REPs
GUNTA and MUDDL. Users are advised to hand amend their ENRC/ARC upon
receipt (GUNTA to BEGMU; MUDDL to MEGUG).
ENRC National and South, and ARC Upper South Island are affected. The new
names will be incorporated onto the 18 NOV 10 charts.




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88/10 Cancels 46/09497              NZZC
Rotorua AD — Grass RWY 18/36
Effective: 6 MAY 10
The operator of Rotorua aerodrome advises of the following permanent changes to
Grass RWY 18/36 after recent works.
Grass RWY 18/36 dimensions are reduced to 705 x 45m.
A parallel 13m wide grass taxiway is established on the eastern side of the grass
runway.
Simultaneous operations on sealed and grass runways are not permitted.
Operations on grass RWY 18/36 are not permitted while aircraft are taking off or
landing on the sealed RWY 18/36.
Operations on the grass runway and taxiway are limited to aircraft with a
maximum wingspan of 18m.
The following operational data will apply:

                                                Take-off distance        LDG
 RWY    SFC    Strength    Slope    ASDA
                                              1:20    1:40     1:50      DIST
  18             ESWL                         705                         705
         Gr                  Nil
  36             1550                         705                         705

AIP will be amended 29 JUL 10.
90/10            498                NZZC
Napier Aerodrome — Wise Owl 94
Effective: 14 to 24 JUN 10
The RNZAF is to hold a Wise Owl exercise at Napier aerodrome over the period
14 to 24 JUN 10 inclusive. The exercise will include operations by up to ten
Airtrainer aircraft, plus other itinerant RNZAF aircraft, operating not below 250ft
AGL within a 30NM radius of Napier aerodrome.
Operators requiring more specific information should contact the duty Operations
Officer Tel (06) 351 5442, or Fax (06) 351 5448, or contact:
The Base Operations Officer
RNZAF Base Ohakea
Private Bag 11033
Palmerston North
91/10            499                NZZC
Auckland Low Visibility Operations — Change of RVR Visibility Criteria
Effective: 3 JUN 10
Low visibility procedures will be implemented by ATC when RVR is at or below
1000m or the ceiling is at or below 200ft, and will be advised by ATIS or directed
transmission.
Stop-bars are operated in visibility conditions RVR 1000m or lower.
AIP will be amended.
92/10            500                NZZC
Auckland INTL Aerodrome — Fuel Telephone Update
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The operator of Auckland INTL Aerodrome (NZAA) advises that telephone numbers
for fuel companies at the aerodrome are as follows:
BP/Shell             (09) 256 6480       Option 0 (answerphone)
Mobil/Chevron        (09) 275 6133       (no change)
Applicable AIP pages will be updated 29 JUL 10.

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93/10              501               NZZC

Hamilton — Temporary General Aviation Area NZG296
Effective: 16 to 19 JUN 10
A temporary General Aviation Area (GAA) NZG296 is established to manage rotary
aircraft operating to and from the Mystery Creek Field Days event. The Mystery
Creek Field Days site is located within the Hamilton CTR/D, 0.8NM to the east of
Hamilton aerodrome.
Due to NZG296 extending into the Hamilton CTR/D Instrument Sector, if
conditions require, NZG296 may be deactivated at short notice by Hamilton Tower.
Notification will be by broadcast on 122.9 MHz. In these circumstances, all
airborne aircraft will be required to report their position and obtain a clearance to
operate in the Hamilton CTR/D and may be required to land, or vacate the
Hamilton CTR/D.
Temporary GAA NZG296 is prescribed to facilitate the safety of air navigation as
follows:

NZG296                    Mystery Creek, Hamilton
Upper limit:              700ft AMSL.
Lower limit:              Surface.
Active:                   Active daylight hours by ATC approval (Hamilton Tower)
                          between 1006151800 and 1006190600
                          (0600, 16 JUN 10 and 1800, 19 JUN 10 NZST).

Air Traffic Service
NZG296 will be Class G airspace when active, Hamilton Tower will only provide a
Flight Information Service to VFR aircraft on request.
Procedures for Operations within NZG296
All aircraft intending to operate within NZG296 should:
S    maintain a listening watch on 122.9 MHz;
S    operate transponders on Mode 3/A and C; and
S    operate in a left hand circuit at Mystery Creek; and
S    avoid overflying the gun club range located 0.2NM east of Hamilton airport
     terminal building and immediately south of the go-kart track.

Pilots of arriving VFR aircraft intending to operate within NZG296 should:
S    confirm that NZG296 is active by monitoring the Hamilton ATIS (128.6 MHz) or
     by calling Hamilton Tower on 122.9 MHz; and
S    report entering NZG296 to “Mystery Creek Traffic” on 122.9 MHz stating
     intentions;
S    track north of Kaipaki Road and Mystery Creek Road; and
S    report landing to “Mystery Creek Traffic” on 122.9 MHz.

Pilots of aircraft departing from NZG296 should:
S    confirm that NZG296 is active by monitoring the Hamilton ATIS (128.6 MHz) or
     by calling Hamilton Tower on 122.9 MHz;
S    report lifting into NZG296 to “Mystery Creek Traffic” on 122.9 MHz stating
     intentions;
S    track south of Mystery Creek Road and Kaipaki Road; and
S    report clear of NZG296 to “Mystery Creek Traffic” on 122.9 MHz.

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Communications Failure Procedures
As Hamilton Tower may need to deactivate NZG296 at short notice, pilots are
requested to note that in the event of a radio failure, the aircraft should either
vacate NZG296 via south of Mystery Creek Road and Kaipaki Road or land as soon
as possible. In either case the pilot should notify Hamilton Tower by telephone as
soon as possible. Tel (07) 843 4340.
Arriving Aircraft: If RTF failure occurs before entering NZG296 the pilot should
remain clear of NZG296.
Departing Aircraft: If RTF failure occurs on the ground then the pilot should notify
intentions to Hamilton Tower, Tel (07) 843 4340.
Mystery Creek
Pilots intending to land at Mystery Creek Field days must obtain prior approval to
do so from Volcanic Air (Tel Barry Vincent 027 245 0071) prior to entering
NZG296.
No aircraft parking is available in the Mystery Creek Events Centre site.
Alternative parking is available, contact Brent Glover at Helicorp Mob
(021) 977 657.
Prescribed pursuant to Civil Aviation Rules, Part 71 Designation and Classification
of Airspace under a delegated authority issued by the Director of Civil Aviation.




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94/10             502                 NZZC
Napier Aerodrome — RWY 34 Approach Lighting
Effective: NOTAM — JUN 10
Due to runway works RWY 34 LIL ALS is unserviceable UFN.
This SUP will be activated by NOTAM.
95/10             503                 NZZC
Napier Aerodrome — Runway Works
Effective: NOTAM — JUN 10
To facilitate a planned extension of Napier aerodrome RWY 16/34 to the south, a
“preload” of fill material will be placed approximately 1m above runway level
extending 50m wide from approximately 100m to 340m south of the existing RWY
34 threshold. The preload will remain in place until construction of the south
extension starts in JAN 11.
The placement of the preload will initially be advised by NOTAM.
While the preload is in place the operational lengths below apply.

                                                  EOL
 RWY      SFC   TORA/ASDA     TODA                                   LDA
                                        1:40     1:50    1:62.5
     16            1310        1370     1370     1360     1347       1310
          B
     34            1310        1371     1371     1371     1371       1310

RWY 16 — Temporary obstruction — Construction fill 10ft AMSL 1410m from SOT.
96/10 Cancels 94/09504                NZZC
New Plymouth Aerodrome — Oil Exploration Drilling
Effective: 3 JUN 10
The New Plymouth aerodrome operator advises that recent oil exploration work
carried out on the aerodrome is now complete.
As a result of this work a gas flare pit has been established at S39 00 15
E174 10 35 (the site of the old rig).
The gas flare associated with the pit will operate at different times with flare
periods lasting up to several days. While the pit operation is expected to finish in
SEP 10, this date may be extended due to operational requirements.




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97/10 Cancels 72/10505             NZZC
Withdrawal of Napier NDB
Effective: 3 JUN 10
Effective 3 JUN 10 (1006021200 UTC) the Napier NDB has been permanently
withdrawn from use and decommissioned.
The following procedures are no longer available:
S   Napier Arrival — RWY 16/34 using the Napier NDB
S   Napier NDB/DME ALFA instrument approach
S   Napier NDB ALFA instrument approach
S   Napier NDB/DME RWY 34 instrument approach
S   Napier NDB RWY 34 instrument approach
The following uncharted ATS routes are no longer available:
S   ATS Route W127 Napier NDB – TAIKI
S   ATS Route W141 Napier NDB – Rotorua VOR
S   ATS Route W199 Napier NDB – RUAHI
S   ATS Route W302 Napier NDB – WEBER
S   ATS Route W344 Napier NDB – Ohakea VORTAC
S   ATS Route W359 Palmerston North VOR – Napier NDB – Wairoa NDB
S   ATS Route W404 Napier NDB – MAHIA
S   ATS Route W489 Napier NDB – NOSAM
S   ATS Route W496 Napier NDB – Whakatane NDB
Reporting points MAHIA, NOSAM, RUAHI, TAIKI and WEBER remain current as
they are part of other ATS routes.
AIPNZ will be amended.
98/10 Cancels 73/10506             NZZC
Withdrawal of Oamaru NDB
Effective: 3 JUN 10
Effective 3 JUN 10 (1006021200 UTC) the Oamaru NDB has been permanently
withdrawn from use and decommissioned.
The following procedures are no longer available:
S   Oamaru Arrival/Departure — Departure procedures based on OU NDB
S   Oamaru NDB ALFA instrument approach
The following uncharted ATS route are no longer available:
S   ATS Route W451 Oamaru NDB – Invercargill NDB
The following ATS routes are no longer available:
S   ATS Route H343 MIPAK – Oamaru NDB – IDARA
S   ATS Route H264 Henly NDB – Oamaru NDB – Timaru NDB
S   ATS Route H147 Invercargill NDB – UKETA – Oamaru NDB – Ashburton NDB
S   ATS Route H227 Mount Mary VOR – GULOV – Oamaru NDB – Alexandra NDB
S   ATS Route Q531 TOMID – Oamaru NDB
AIPNZ will be amended.

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99/10 Cancels 74/10507              NZZC
Withdrawal of Invercargill NDB
Effective: 3 JUN 10
Effective 3 JUN 10 (1006021200 UTC) the Invercargill NDB has been permanently
withdrawn from use and decommissioned.
The following procedures are no longer available:
S    Invercargill NDB Arrival — RWY 04/22
S    Invercargill NDB/DME RWY 04 instrument approach
S    Invercargill NDB RWY 04 instrument approach
S    Invercargill NDB/DME or NDB RWY 22 instrument approach
The following uncharted ATS routes are no longer available:
S    ATS Route W244 Invercargill NDB – Manapouri NDB
S    ATS Route W395 Invercargill NDB – Alexandra NDB
S    ATS Route W399 Invercargill NDB – Slope Hill VOR
S    ATS Route W400 Invercargill NDB – Swampy VOR
S    ATS Route W451 Invercargill NDB – Oamaru NDB
S    ATS Route W498 Invercargill NDB – BIMAX – Berridale NDB
     Note: BIMAX reporting point remains as it is part of ATS route H264
AIPNZ will be amended.




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Supplements cancelled

2008          2009      2010
94/08         65/09     53/10   68/10
              94/09     55/10   70/10
              95/09     56/10   72/10
              113/09    57/10   73/10
              143/09    58/10   74/10
              144/09    59/10   76/10
                        60/10   79/10
                        61/10   82/10
                        62/10   84/10
                        67/10   86/10




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