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AP_FD_S56

Salt Lake Terminal Radar Approach Control (S56) Facility Directive

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BEAR

  1. Frequency
    1. Salt Lake City Approach 124.900
  2. Airspace
    1. Provide air traffic control service to aircraft within the depicted airspace. This is primarily an arrival feeder position.
  3. IFR Procedures
    1. Salt Lake City
      1. South Flow
        1. NORDK STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and cleared for the ILS 16L at WEBER.
        2. LHO STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 12,000 and cleared direct WEBER (when appropriate) and cleared for the ILS 16L at WEBER.
        3. SKEES STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and be cleared for the ILS 16L at IRRON.
        4. BEARR STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and cleared for the ILS 16L at OGD (Ogden) VOR.
        5. All aircraft must be established at 210 knots prior to entering FINAL airspace.
      2. North Flow
        1. NORDK STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and expect runway 34L.
        2. LHO STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and instructed to expect runway 34L.
        3. SKEES STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and expect runway 34L.
        4. BEARR STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and instructed to expect runway 34L.
        5. All aircraft must be established at 11,000 and 210 knots prior to entering FINAL airspace.
    2. Satellites
      1. Provide initial sequence for IFR arrivals at HIF, OGD, BMC airports. Assign 12,000.
  4. VFR Procedures
    1. All aircraft must receive an explicit clearance into the Bravo airspace.

GUNNISON

  1. Frequency
    1. Salt Lake City Approach 126.250
  2. Airspace
    1. Provide air traffic control service to aircraft within the depicted airspace. This is primarily a departure control position.
  3. IFR Procedures
    1. Salt Lake City
      1. South Flow
        1. Vector CGULL departures to CORVR (AOA 13k) and instruct to join the SID.
        2. Vector DEZRT departures to DURCH (AOA 12k) and instruct to join the SID.
        3. SLC (W) SID and vectored departures shall be vectored through SUNSET and GUNNISON gates.
      2. North Flow
        1. Vector CGULL departures to CORVR (AOA 13k) and instruct to join the SID.
        2. Vector DEZRT departures to DURCH (AOA 12k) and instruct to join the SID.
        3. SLC (W) SID and vectored departures shall be vectored through SUNSET and GUNNISON gates.
    2. Satellites
      1. Route OGD/BMC/HIF departures that will transit GUNNISON/LAKE airspace through JEPSON gate on a heading of 240-250° and assign 9,000 initially.
  4. VFR Procedures
    1. All aircraft must receive an explicit clearance into the Bravo airspace.
    2. Assign MPQ arrivals/transitions from the North southbound on the I-15 transition at 6,500.

JORDAN

  1. Frequency
    1. Salt Lake City Approach 124.300
  2. Airspace
    1. Provide air traffic control service to aircraft within the depicted airspace.
  3. IFR Procedures
    1. Salt Lake City
      1. South Flow
        1. Vector ZIONZ departures to HOPTO (AOA 9k) and instruct to join the SID.
        2. Vector FFU departures to FFU VOR and instruct to join the SID.
        3. SLC (S/SE) departures and vectored departures shall be vectored through BRIGHTON, HOBBLE, PAYSON, or PANEL gate.
      2. North Flow
        1. LEEHY STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and cleared for the ILS 34R at PLAGE.
        2. SPANE STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and cleared for the ILS 34R at FFU (Fairfield) VOR.
        3. QWENN STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and cleared for the ILS 34R at PLAGE.
        4. JAMMN STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and cleared direct FFU (when appropriate) and cleared for the ILS 34R at FFU.
        5. All arrivals must be established at 210 knots prior to entering FINAL airspace.
    2. South Valley (U42)
      1. Issue SVALY1 SID (FFU clearance limt) for all RNAV departures. Issue Non-RNAV aircraft the U42 ODP. Instruct all aircraft to expect further clearance at FFU.
    3. Provo (PVU)
      1. Departures on the PROVO SID are cleared to FFU (with a hold as published instruction) by PVU GND with an expectation that the pilot will receive further clearance to their destination/route within 10min after departure.
  4. VFR Procedures
    1. All aircraft must receive an explicit clearance into the Bravo airspace.
    2. Route VFR MPQ aircraft landing in, or transiting through LC airspace from the east over the I-80 to I-15 descending to 9,000 with a Class B clearance.
    3. Assign MPQ arrivals/transitions from the South northbound on the I-15 transition at 6,000.

LAKE

  1. Frequency
    1. Salt Lake City Approach 135.500
  2. Airspace
    1. Provide air traffic control service to aircraft within the depicted airspace. This is primarily a departure control position
  3. IFR Procedures
    1. Salt Lake City
      1. South Flow
        1. Vector RUGGD departures to BUBBY (AOA 11k) and instruct to join the SID.
        2. Route aircraft departing SLC planned V21/V101, or landing within GUNNISON airspace, through the ANTELOPE gate on a heading between 330 and 340 and climbing to 10,000.
      2. North Flow
        1. Vector RUGGD departures to BUBBY (AOA 11k) and instruct to join the SID.
        2. Route aircraft departing SLC planned V21/V101, or landing within GUNNISON airspace, through the ANTELOPE gate on a heading between 320 and 340 and climbing to 10,000.
  4. VFR Procedures
    1. All aircraft must receive an explicit clearance into the Bravo airspace.
    2. During south operations, assign MPQ arrivals/transitions from the West eastbound on the I-80 transition at 6,500.
    3. During north operations, assign MPQ arrivals/transitions from the West eastbound on the Barns transition at 6,500.

STOCKTON

  1. Frequency
    1. Salt Lake City Approach 128.100
  2. Airspace
    1. Provide air traffic control service to aircraft within the depicted airspace. This is primarily an arrival feeder position.
  3. IFR Procedures
    1. Salt Lake City
      1. South Flow
        1. LEEHY STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and expect runway 16R.
        2. SPANE STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and instructed to expect runway 16R.
        3. DELTA STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and expect runway 16R.
        4. JAMMN STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be descended to 11,000 and instructed to expect runway 16R.
        5. WAATS STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and expect runway 16R.
        6. BVL STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be issued a heading of 060° after WAATS, descended to 12,000, and instructed to expect runway 16R.
        7. All arrivals must be established at 11,000 and 210 knots prior to entering FINAL airspace.
      2. North Flow
        1. Vector ARCHZ departures to SCANT (AOA 11k) and instruct to join the SID.
        2. SEVYR SID departures shall be vectored to EDETH and instructed to join the EDETH SID.
        3. WAATS STAR arrivals shall be instructed to descend via the arrival and expect runway 34L.
        4. BVL STAR (Non-RNAV) arrivals shall be issued a heading of 060° after WAATS, descended to 12,000, and instructed to expect runway 34L.
        5. WAATS/BVL STAR arrivals must be established at 12,000 and 210 knots prior to entering FINAL airspace.
    2. Tooele Valley (TVY)
      1. Issue STACO SID (STACO clearance limit) for all departures. Instruct all aircraft to expect further clearance at STACO.
  4. VFR Procedures
    1. All aircraft must receive an explicit clearance into the Bravo airspace.

FINAL

  1. Frequency
    1. Salt Lake City Approach 125.700
  2. Airspace
    1. Provide air traffic control service to aircraft within the depicted airspace.
  3. IFR Procedures
    1. All Operations
      1. Do not descend aircraft below 11,000 until established in the downwind and abeam the approach end of the runway.
      2. When assigning the 30° turn to final, assigned aircraft speed must not exceed 210 knots.
      3. Any approach that will not terminate in a full-stop landing, needs prior approval from the appropriate LC. For aircraft that will depart IFR, assign 160/340° heading, maintain 8,000.