Fly-in Pilot info
During the weekend of 24 & 25 of August 2019 a mass movement of aircraft will take place during the opening hours of the Fly-in. Please take note of following limitations during this weekend:
- We’d love to welcome you during our fly-in. We can inform you about latest weather, runway/circuit configuration and possible waiting times (due to demo) via phone. PPR is not required, but information will be provided. Therefore please call us on +32 3 311 55 13
- The area around the airfield will be a TRA/TSA and therefore a RMZ: because of heavy traffic we do require you to be radio equipped during this weekend.
- Information will be provided on Zoersel Radio 123.805. Please follow all instructions on ground by our ground crew. Be kind to them, they are here to help you.
- A safety briefing is provided here. Please read it carefully!
- Please enjoy your stay! We thank you for visiting our Fly-in. We’ll do our very best to make you enjoy your stay!
Visiting pilots will be guided by marshals on the taxiway. Transportation to and from the c-boot will be provided when available. Parking spaces on the visitors 1 & 2 parking area are reserved and only accessible with prior permission of the tower. Parking space will be provided along the taxiway and possible overflow at the end of the runway. Please follow instructions given by marshals on site.
Temporarily airspace closures
Airspace will be closed during demo of the Red Devil’s demo team and can be closed temporarily during peak traffic and other demos. Information about airspace closure is available at the c-boot. Please do indicate your departure in advance at the c-boot to prevent waiting times during airspace closure. To obtain information prior to your arrival please call us on phone: +32 3 311 55 13
Arrival and departure procedures:
- Runway 23
- Arrivals: please call us well before joining via the radio. If traffic permits, join left hand downwind for runway 23. After landing vacate to the right. Be aware of landing gliders on final for the grass runway.
- Departures: Before startup, contact Zoersel Radio on 123.805. After startup taxi to holding point runway 23 where you can do the run up. After departure, join the left hand circuit, where you can leave the circuit.
- Runway 05
- Arrivals: please call us well before joining via the radio. If traffic permits, join right hand downwind for runway 23. After landing vacate to the left. Take the exit leading to the parallel taxiway to join parking in the flightline. Do not take the taxiway leading to the clubhouse/fuel station unless otherwise instructed or with prior permission.
- Departures: Before startup, contact Zoersel Radio on 123.805. After startup taxi to holding point runway 05 where you can do the run up. After departure, join the right hand circuit, where you can leave the circuit.
Due to noise abatement procedures we kindly ask you to avoid the residential areas located around the airfield.
Sightseeing flights will be organized during the weekend and will be flown by:
- 2x Robinson R44 helicopters, departing and landing at the end of the taxiway, at the south side, just after the intersection of Runway 05.
- 2x Cessna 172 departing and arriving at the main platform (fuel station), using the same Runway and Circuits as all other traffic.
- Gliders which will depart and arrive on the grass runway, parallel with the taxiway at the end of runway 05.
After vacating the runway, a marshaller on a motorcycle might be waiting for you and guide you to the parking area. Use extreme care when taxiing and apply minimum power only.
Aircraft parking on flightline
The taxiway consists of six concrete lanes. Aircraft shall try to use lane 2 for taxiing (blue line) until encountering parked aircrafts in the flight line. When a parked aircraft in the flight line is an obstacle, the taxiing aircraft shall use the next appropriate lane to the north side of the taxiway, avoiding parked airplanes in lane one and cars and minibuses on lane six. The marshaller on the motorcycle will use a lane north of yours at an angle of 45° so within clear view. The speed of the marshaller on the motorcycle is indicative for the taxi speed to use. Do not surpass the marshaller on the motorcycle unless the marshaller indicates you to do so in the case of handing you over to the next marshaller. Taildraggers should avoid zigzagging. They can taxi in a straight line following the lane indicated by the marshaller on the motorcycle. The number of indicated fingers will dictate which lane should be used. The marshaller will indicate which parking area to use. When approaching the flight line, use lane one and make a 60° turn to the centre of the taxiway and stop the engine.
Thank you for visiting, please enjoy your stay! If there is anything we can do to make your stay more pleasant, please inform us at the C-boot!