- LGKV | Alexander the Great, Kavala
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|Name||Alexander the Great|
|Transition altitude||7000 ft.|
|Transition Level (Based on the QNH)||FL80|
|Identifier||Course||Length||Elevation||Lat||Lon||ILS||ILS Freq||ILS FAC||GP|
|05||051°||9843 ft / 3001 m||9ft||40.9063||24.605||✗||-||-||3.0|
|23||231°||9843 ft / 3001 m||18ft||40.9217||24.6343||✗||-||-||3.0|
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1. Aircraft flying under VFR within KAVALA TMA should follow VFR routes and altitudes as depicted on this chart, unless VFR criteria require otherwise or a special authorization is obtained from appropriate ATC unit.
2. Access to KAVALA TMA is restricted to aircraft capable of maintaining two-way radio communication with MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower (freq. 118.400 MHz) or KAVALA approach (freq. 124.650 MHz).
3. Should air traffic conditions require, ATC may assign different VFR routes. Also when deemed necessary, by the pilots to deviate from specified routes and/or altitudes due to weather conditions, they should communicate with MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower (freq. 118.400 MHz) or KAVALA Approach (freq. 124.650 MHz) prior entering, or immediately after departure, to obtain clearance for deviation.
4. Positions reports must be given to the appropriate ATC unit when over compulsory reporting points, as depicted on this chart.
5. A continuous watch must be maintained on the appropriate frequency with MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower (freq. 118.400 MHz) or KAVALA Approach (freq. 124.650 MHz), when flying within KAVALA TMA.
6. Cancellation of IFR flight plan within KAVALA TMA is subject to ATC approval and after the cancellation the VFR routes and altitudes should be followed.
7. Unless otherwise instructed by the appropriate ATC unit, all VFR flights shall squawk A7000.
8. It is reminded that on VFR Routes the responsibility to avoid collision with other aircraft and maintenance of terrain clearance rests with the pilots.
9. To assist KAVALA/MEGAS ALEXANDROS Airport to arrange a landing sequence of VFR arriving aircraft and facilitate the aerodrome traffic, six visual holding patterns have been established as depicted on this chart:
(a) NORTH ORBIT at PONTO, East-West direction, altitude 2000 ft, or as otherwise instructed by MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower.
(b) SOUTH EAST ORBIT at KERAMOTI, East-West direction, altitude 1000 ft, or as otherwise instructed by MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower.
(c) EAST ORBIT at FANARI, North-South direction, altitude 2000 ft, or as otherwise instructed by MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower.
(d) SOUTH ORBIT at KINIRA, North-South direction, altitude 3000 ft, or as otherwise instructed by MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower.
(e) WEST ORBIT at KAVALA, East-West direction, altitude 2000 ft, or as otherwise instructed by MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower.
(f) SOUTH WEST ORBIT at LOUTRA, East-West direction, altitude 3000 ft, or as otherwise instructed by MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower.
10. Aircraft destined to KAVALA/MEGAS ALEXANDROS Airport should hold over PONTO/KERAMOTI points and should not proceed to the airport before establishing contact with MEGAS ALEXANDROS Tower (freq. 118.400 MHz) and receiving the relevant clearance.