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Part 1: Wellington Tower Procedures
Section 1: Clearance Delivery
Wellington Delivery is responsible for issuing all IFR Route Clearances and VFR Departure instructions to aircraft on the ground at Wellington Airport (NZWN).
1.2 Frequency and Callsign Information:
1.3 IFR Clearances:
1.3.1 Domestic Clearances:
Domestic Clearances shall be issued in accordance with Delivery Tutorial Section 2: IFR Clearances.
Jet aircraft shall be assigned the TY Departure, Runway 34 in use; or the PEGSA Departure, Runway 16 in use. Non-Jet aircraft shall be assigned either the DAMBO or RUGDI departure, Runway 34 is use; or the DULEX or VIPET departure, Runway 16 in use, unless otherwise coordinated.
1.3.2 International Clearances:
International Clearances shall be issued in accordance with Delivery Tutorial Section 2: IFR Clearances.
International Flights which file routes that have an Oceanic Boundary fix between MOTKO, south to VANDA shall be assigned an Oceanic Transition, with their requested cruise level being omitted from the Route Clearance.
1.3.3 Flight Plan Annotation:
The Flightplan shall be annotated to display the SID being used by the flight.
1.4 VFR Departure Clearances:
VFR Aircraft shall be, in the first instance, assigned a published departure procedure appropriate for their direction of flight.
The VFR Flight Strip should be ameneded to display the departure procedure/plain language clearance that was issued.
Once a correct readback has been obtained, Delivery shall advise the aircraft to monitor Wellington Ground.
Section 2: Ground Control
Auckland Ground is responsible for issuing taxi instructions and providing separation to all aircraft on the taxiways at Wellington Airport (NZWN).
2.2 Frequency and Callsign Information:
2.3 Pushback and Start Up advice:
Wellington Ground shall issue pushback and/or start up advice to all aircraft. Ground shall use positive control to ensure that no other aircraft will pass directly behind an aircraft that is pushing back.
2.4 Taxi Phraseologies:
Should there be a need to taxi an aircraft to an intermeditate taxiway which is not a runway holding point, use the phraseology:
"(callsign) taxi for (runway) via Zulu, Hold Short of C"
Once Ground has issued all necessay instructions to the pilot, they shall advise the pilot to monitor Wellington Tower.
Section 3: Aerodrome Control
Wellington Tower is responsible for all IFR and VFR aircraft operating within the WN CTR/C, from SFC-2500 as well as the main runway at Wellington Airport (NZWN).
3.2 Frequency and Callsign Information:
3.3 IFR Arrivals:
Arrivals on an instrument approach shall be given their sequence on first contact.
Arrival on a visual approach/arrival shall be given joining instructions and sequence on first contact.
3.4 IFR Departures:
Wellington Tower shall obtain an IFR release prior to clearing an IFR aircraft for take off.
In the case of multiple departures, where each departure diverges from the other by at least 30 degrees, Wellington Tower may request multiple releases. In doing so, Tower shall advise the order and SID the aircraft will fly. Tower may then clear each of the departing flights for take off once the conditions of 30 degree successive IFR departures has been met. Tower may use the phraseology:
3.5 VFR Flights:
3.5.1 Use of Geographic Sectors
All aircraft in Geographic Sectors are separated from the instrument final.
VFR arrivals shall be assigned a published VFR arrival procedure. If traffic permits, direct joining instructions may be issued instead.
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