|NZWG - Wigram||AERODROME - ELEV 74|
|New Zealand||S043.33.04.000 E172.33.10.000|
Wigram has ceased real-world operations and charts are no longer available from the AIP website.
As the airport continues to exist in the VATNZ world for the foreseeable future, we have saved a copy of the final Wigram charts here.
|Callsign||Radio Name||Frequency||Voice Room||Type||Notes|
Christchurch Control - Kaikoura Sector
This position controls the airspace above Buller, Kaikoura, and North Canterbury.
Controllers will indicate whether they are offering extended service outside of their control area in their ATIS.
For details on the Airspace that this position controls and the airports it contains, visit the Kaikoura Sector Airspace Reference page.
Note: the Radio Callsign is Christchurch Control, not Kaikoura Centre.
Note: As of 30 July 2009 this position is established as Kaikoura Sector. Previously it had been South Island - North Sector. The previous name and callsign (NZCH-N_CTR) should no longer be used.
Provides Approach and Departure (if NZCH_DEP is off watch) services for:-
Note: the Radio Callsign is Christchurch Control, not Christchurch Approach.
Provides Departure services for:-
Note: The Radio Callsign is Christchurch Control, not Christchurch Departure.
Note: This is a secondary position and should only be staffed in periods of very high traffic, and only after the airport's primary positions have been fully staffed.
This frequency should be monitored by ALL Aircraft flying in the New Zealand Domestic Airpsace who are not currently being controlled by an active Controller.
Pilots should broadcast all intentions by TEXT on 122.800 including Push Back, Starting, Taxi, Lining Up, Departure, Descent, Approach, Finals, Taxiing In and Shutdown to alert other traffic to their presence.
Pilots are encouraged to also tune to a voice room of unicom_nzzc and announce all intentions on voice as well, as time permits.
Remember that on VATSIM, text is still the primary means of communication.
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