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Sponsor: Birmingham Airport
RNAV Standard Instrument Departure Procedures
Last updated: 05 October 2021
Sponsor's redacted final formal airspace change proposal
Appendix 1. Nominal NPR Centrelines, NPR Swathe, MOSUN TracksAppendix 2. Existing Runway 33 SID ChartsAppendix 3. ADMEX, UNGAP & Westcott Track Density Plots Appendix 4. TNT4D and WCO4D Track Density PlotsAppendix 5. MOSUN Procedure Track Density PlotsAppendix 6. Proposed LUVUM SID with NPR SwatheAppendix 8. Final HARP Change Request Form (not published by the Sponsor due to commercial
sensitivities)Appendix 9. Original HARP Change Request Form
(not published by the Sponsor due to commercial sensitivities)Appendix 7. LUVUM 1D SID Chart & Coding TableAppendix 10. Leq and SEL Contour ResultsAppendix 11. 2016 Average 16hr Day Leq (Existing)Appendix 12. 2016 Average 16hr Day Leq (Proposal)Appendix 13. 2018 Average 16hr Day Leq (Existing)Appendix 15. 2023 Average 16hr Day Leq (Existing)Appendix 16. 2023 Average 16hr Day Leq (Proposal)Appendix 17. Most Frequent SEL Footprints 2016 Current Southbound vs Proposed SouthboundAppendix 18. Most Frequent SEL Footprints 2016 MOSUN SID vs New MOSUN SIDAppendix 19. Most Frequent SEL Footprints 2016 TRENT vs BIMBA SIDAppendix 20. Noisiest SEL Footprints 2016 Current Southbound vs Proposed SouthboundAppendix 21. Noisiest SEL Footprints 2016 MOSUN SID vs New MOSUN SIDAppendix 22. Noisiest SEL Footprints 2016 TRENT vs BIMBA SIDAppendix 23. Proposed Noise Preferential Route (NPR) Centrelines and NPR SwatheFollowing
the publication of a redacted version of the Sponsor's final proposal, any
stakeholder may submit a 'call in' requesting that the final decision about
changes to the design of UK airspace is made by the Secretary of State for
Transport rather than the CAA. The 'call in' for Birmingham’s Airspace Change
Proposal is open until 20 November 2018. Details on the process and how
to submit a request can be found here.
of State call-in request
request for CAA Call in Assessment
Call in request
Letter from DfT on Birmingham Airport Call-in
CAA assessment of the call in criteria
02 Jan 19
Decision document (CAA change approval)
PIR data received from change sponsor
Following the receipt of the PIR data from the change sponsor, stakeholders have until 2359 on Monday 04 October 2021 to submit any feedback on the data that they want the CAA to take into account as we carry out the PIR.
Stakeholders should submit feedback by email to email@example.com and state ‘Birmingham RWY 33 Standard Instrument Departure Procedures PIR (ACP-2016-15) in the subject heading.
Submissions are limited to one per individual (verified by email address). We give no assurance that we will take account of submissions made outside the feedback window.
Airport have been made aware of an error in the traffic statistics on page 5 of
the PIR Report. The traffic figures for the UMLUX and ADMEX routes were
reversed by mistake. This has now been updated in the latest version of
the report and the deadline for comment extended by 7 days.
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