Glasgow airport is located 6 nautical miles west of the city of Glasgow

CallsignFrequency
Glasgow Ground121.705
Glasgow Tower118.805
Glasgow Radar119.100
Glasgow Director128.755

Runway 23 is the preferential runway when there is a tailwind component of 5 knots or less and the runway is dry

The taxiway chart can be viewed here

Circuits operate to the north of the airfield at a height of 1900 feet QFE

RunwayFrequencyIdentifier
05110.10I-UU
23110.10I-OO
SIDInitial ClimbRestrictions
NORBO1J6000 feetJet aircraft only
LUSIV1B6000 feetNon jet aircraft only
TLA6B6000 feetNon jet aircraft only (Talla)
TRN6B6000 feetNon jet aircraft only (Turnberry)
FOYLE3B6000 feet
LOMON3B6000 feet
ROBBO2B6000 feet
CLYDE3B6000 feet
PTH4B6000 feet(Perth)
SIDInitial ClimbRestrictions
NORBO1H6000 feetJet aircraft only
LUSIV1A6000 feetNon jet aircraft only
TLA5A6000 feetNon jet aircraft only (Talla)
TRN3A6000 feetNon jet aircraft only (Turnberry)
FOYLE3A6000 feet
LOMON3A6000 feet
ROBBO2A6000 feet
CLYDE3A6000 feet
PTH4A6000 feet(Perth)
STARViaRoutingExpected Descent
AGPED1GY96, N110AGPED – HAVEN – TLA – LANAKFL260 level by AGPED
FL70 level by LANAK
PTH1GP600PTH – GRICE – STIRAFL70 level by STIRA
APPLE1GUN590APPLE – ASLIB – ENIPI – ODIGI 0 VAPPI – LANAKFL260 level by ASLIB
FL200 level by ODIGI
FL70 level by LANAK
RIBEL1G(U)N601RIBEL – NISKA – ASLIB – ENIPI – ODIGI – VAPPI – LANAKFL260 level by ASLIB
FL200 level by ODIGI
FL70 level by LANAK
BRUCE1GL602, Y958, FRABRUCE – FYNERFL90 level by FYNER
ERSON1GN560ERSON – FOYLEFL90 level by FOYLE
BLACA1GP600BLACA – GIRVA – TRN – LANAKFL150 level by GIRVA
FL70 level by LANAK

VRP chart

Kingston Bridge (East)

Baillieston (East)

East Kilbride (South east)

Barrhead (South)

Kilmarnock (South)

Kilmacolm (West)

Inverkip Power Station (West)

Bishopton (North west)

Greenock (West)

Ardmore point (North west)

Dumbarton (North west)

Erskine Bridge (North)

Entry exit lanes are set up at Glasgow to allow aircraft to operate into and out of the airport in IMC but not under VFR

Use of the entry/exit lanes is subject to the following conditions

(a) Clearance must be obtained from Glasgow ATC and you must be on Glasgow Approach frequency

(b) Aircraft must remain clear of clouds and in sight of the surface, not above altitude 3000 feet QNH and in flight visibility greater than 3km

(c) Aircraft shall keep the centreline on its left unless instructed otherwise by ATC

(d) Aircraft using the lenes when visibility at Glasgow airport is greater than 4 km may be instructed by ATC to fly:

(i) Between Glasgow airport and Greenock/Ardmore Point; north of the north bank or south of the south bank of the Clyde

(ii) Between Glasgow airport and Loch Lomond; north of the Clyde/east of the Leven or south of Clyde/west of the Leven

(iii) Between Glasgow airport and East Kilbride, north of the A726 or south of the A726

(e) Pilots are responsible for maintaining adequate clearance from the ground or other obstacles

Holding AreaDirection of turnHolding speed (IAS)
STIRA234 degrees right hand 230 knots or less
LANAK303 degrees right hand230 knots or less
FYNER117 degrees left hand230 knots or less
FOYLE189 degrees left hand230 knots or less

Pilots operating in the vicinity, but intending to remain outside of Glagow controlled airspace, are encouraged to maintain a listening watch on 119.100 and squawk 2620

Below is the order in which you should contact a controller

Vatsim

EGPF_GND, EGPF_TWR, EGPF_APP, STC_CTR, SCO_D_CTR, SCO_WD_CTR, SCO_S_CTR, SCO_CTR


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