JFK Boot Camp - IVAO United States

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IVAO United States Division
New York ARTCC
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Introduction
Departure Procedures, Climbs, Transitions
Ground and taxiways
Tower operations
New York Kennedy Departure (KJFK_DEP)
New York Approach: Camrn, Rober, and Final
STAR’s
Coordination with New York Center
Questions and Answers
John F. Kennedy Airport, or JFK, is the largest international airport serving the New
York Metro area. The other 3 are Newark Liberty, Teterboro, and LaGuardia
There are 7 DP’s, 1 Weather Avoidance DP, 6 STAR’s, and 4 runways with 8
landing/departing directions
There are 4 TRACON positions – KEN-DEP, CAM-APP, RBR-APP, and F-APP
There are 8 terminals for airline carriers, every terminal has international capabilities,
2 general aviation terminals, and 2 cargo sections (north and west areas)
Cross runways are rarely in use due to LaGuardia’s runway assignment
Handoffs are usually sent to Liberty Departure, however, this positions is rarely staffed
on IVAO so handoffs are usually given to either NY CTR, BOS CTR, or ISP DEP
See IVAOUS.ORG in New York ARTCC for more information and airnav.com for charts.
Skyvector.com is useful for helicopter and VFR traffic
KJFK_DEL – 135.050 – S2
- BETTE3, GREKI3, HAPIE3, MERIT3
These departure procedures are for aircraft planning to fly the NAR routes (crossing the Atlantic Ocean via the
North Atlantic Tracks, like NATR, NATS, etc.) and require transitions
BETTE3: requires ACK (nantucket) transition – BETTE3 BETTE ACK…
Initial Climb
GREKI3: requires MARTN transition – GREKI3 GREKI MARTN…
HAPIE3: requires YAHOO transition – HAPIE3 HAPIE YAHOO…
MERIT3: requires PUT (putnam) transition – MERIT3 MERIT PUT…
5,000 ft
- JFK1 (Kennedy One)
This is the most popular departure procedure and does not require any transition.
- SKORR3 – RNAV for 31’s only
The SKORR3 is for RNAV only – meaning no vectors after departure are needed, the pilot will navigate on his
own to the airway. Transitions are given:
YNKEE for Eastern and Caribbean departures, RNGRR for Western departures
- DEEZZ3 – RNAV for all runways
DEEZZ3 is a unique RNAV vectored departure. The pilot will fly the SKORR3 to YNKEE if departing the 31’s or
will get vectors from other runway to DEEZZ then continue on the RNAV departure to either CANDR or TOWIN
transitions
- SEAVIEW 2 – severe weather avoidance
The pilot cannot file this DP, it is only assigned by the ATC during extreme severe weather. On IVAO, a pilot can
request it for practice but otherwise only assign this DP if the pilot has the charts on board and there is severe
weather
JFK is one of the few airports in the country that uses “climbs”. A climb is an
additional set of instructions to avoid obstacles, adjacent congested areas, or any
additional instructions.
Assign climbs to aircraft filing non-RNAV DP’s (all except SKORR3/DEEZZ3) and
are going to take off from 31L. Climb is assigned in clearance delivery immediately
after the departure procedure (cleared to ABC via JFK1 departure, ABC climb,…)
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Canarsie Climb: all directions except southbound
Breezy Point Climb: southbound only
Bridge Climb: all directions, aircraft must have ADF onboard
Idlewild Climb: for all props all directions
Gateway Climb: from 22:00-07:00 local time only and from 22’s only
Climbs are NOT given when any other runway is in use not described above and
when the aircraft does not file a departure procedure.
Most pilots on IVAO will not realize they have to file a DP if they want to fly it, but
we don’t have to remind them, it is their responsibility. In that case, we give a vectored
departure. However, the pilot must file one of the following exit points as their first
FIX, otherwise, we must amend their flight plan:
Northbound Departure: GAYEL NEION SAX COATE HAAYS DEEZZ
Eastbound Departure: GREKI MERIT BAYYS BDR
Southbound Departure: BETTE HAPIE SHIPP WAVEY
Westbound Departure: ARD RBV RNGRR DIXIE WHITE
DO NOT assign climbs, DP’s, or transitions. Also, a runway heading will be assigned
during takeoff (see TOWER section later).
Clearance example: American 123, cleared to Miami via radar vectors to SHIPP, then
as filed. Maintain 5,000, expect FL……..
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DP’s need different requirements such as RNAV, NAR, etc.
Non DP need to file a valid exit point based on their direction
Initial climb is always 5,000 ft
Squawk codes can be anything above 15xx
VFR squawk codes are usually 0301-0377
JFK is in the NY Class Bravo Airspace
Always check to see which controller’s frequency is handling JFK
departures during your online session as there might be multiple
TRACON positions online
KJFK_GND – 121.900 – S2
• A and B are the main taxiways, treated like a highway. A is for clockwise
traffic, B is for counterclockwise traffic
• Taxiways between runways 4L-4R are the Tower’s
• Intersection departures are [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected]
• Cargo areas are at the north-end of taxiways R and S and north of 13L
• General aviation terminal is off of Twy Q in the PB exit
• Ground does not give p/b, s/u, or gate assignments, but for reference:
Terminals 1, 3, 4: International airliners (3 for Delta)
Terminal 2: United, Saudi Arabian, Song
Terminals 5, 6: JetBlue
Terminal 7: British Airways, Icelandair, Qantas, Cathay, Iberia
Terminals 8, 9: American, Finnair
KJFK_TWR – 119.100 / KJFK_2_TWR – 123.900 – S3
• Kennedy Tower controls all active runways and taxiways
between 4L/4R
• Before giving takeoff clearance, Tower will assign a departure
heading only if a climb is not assigned:
4L – 070 / 22R – Runway Heading / 13R/31L – 220
• Handoff to departure controller as soon as aircraft is airborne
due to tight airspace
During Events, KJFK_2_TWR will handle departures and control all active runways
for takeoffs (ex. 4L, 22R, 13R, 31L)
• Tower handles VFR traffic
• Traffic patterns should depart from arriving runway (ex. 31R,
13L, 22L, 4R)
• Arriving VFR traffic should be radar identified, given NY Class
B clearance, and proceed direct JFK to enter the pattern
• Observe skyvector.com for more detailed airspace
• (pause screen sharing to show how to access skyvector.com)
KJFK_DEP – 135.900 – ADC/C1
• South: Vector towards RBV, max climb 11,000 feet, handoff to
Liberty or NY CTR
• North: Vector towards SAX but north of LENDY, max climb
17,000 feet, handoff to NY CTR
• East: Vector towards GREKI/MERIT, max climb 17,000, handoff
to ISP_DEP or BOS CTR
• WAVEY, SHIPP: Vector direct towards WAVEY or SHIPP, 6,000
until 6nm from 31L, then to 11,000. Handoff to NY CTR
• HAPIE, BETTE: Vector direct towards HAPIE or BETTE, 6,000
until 6nm from 31L, then to 13,000. Handoff to BOS CTR
• When a climb is in use, let the aircraft continue the climb
instructions. Just say after handed off from TWR “American
123, radar contact, continue Canarsie climb” or just “radar
contact”. When aircraft is almost complete with the climb or
approaching 5,000 feet, provide further vectors as mentioned
• On the SKORR3, a simple radar contact is sufficient.
• On the DEEZZ3, provide vectors as mentioned before, then
“proceed direct DEEZZ, resume own navigation”
• It is important to update the scratchpad even if you are the
only controller online.
• F5: Enter the exit point, even if a DP is or isn’t filed
• F8: Enter the altitude that you cleared the aircraft to
• Clear the scratchpad before handing off to UNICOM
KJFK_CAM_APP – 127.400 / KJFK_RBR_APP – 125.700 / KJFK_F_APP – 132.400 – ADC/C1
• KJFK_CAM_APP is the default callsign and handles all traffic from
the south and southwest via CAMRN and northwest arrivals via LENDY
when 31R/L and 22L/R are in use
• KJFK_RBR_APP controls all traffic from northeast via CCC (from
KISP_CCC_APP) and LENDY when 13L/R and 4R/L in use. Also
handles KFRG traffic (but KJFK_DEP still handles FRG depts)
• KJFK_F_APP handles traffic from 2000 – 4000 feet around the last
vector area of the runway in use. Usually gives the final approach
vectors to intercept the localizer
• RBR is only staffed when TWR and CAM are online. F is only staffed
during events. CAM and RBR will share final vector responsibilities
depending on the runway they control
• Unless the pilot requests a full procedure approach, which is
very rare, all approaches will require vectors after being
handed off from CTR (or from ISP_APP).
• Vectors not needed if pilot requests Belmont Visual for 22L or
Parkway Visual for 13L/R or even VOR/GPS 13L/13R
• 12 Mile Approach Fixes
13L – CAXUN, 13R – none
22L – ZALPO, 22R – MATTR
31L – MEALS, 31R – ZULAB
4L – KRSTL, 4R - EBBEE
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CAMRN4 – from the south – cross CAMRN at 11,000
Kingston 9 (IGN9) – from the north – LOLLY at FL200
LENDY 6 (LVZ6) – from the west – LENDY at FL190
PARCH1 – from the east, CCC 12,000, ROBER 9,000 (RNAV)
Pawling 2 (PWL2) – from the north, LOVES at 6,000
ROBER 1 – from the east, CCC 12,000, ROBER 9,000
Vectors are given from the last intersection following the flow
charts on the previous pages
• New York Center will provide crossing instructions as per the
STAR’s or simulated STAR’s and handoff before the last
waypoint of the STAR (ex. before CAMRN, LENDY, etc.)
• Boston Center will handoff directly to KZNY_APP,
KISP_CCC_APP, or KJFK_RBR_APP, or if none of those are
online, KJFK_CAM_APP just before CCC
• KJFK_CAM_APP controls entire JFK operations, KZNY_CTR will
control everything else in the area including EWR, LGA, ISP, and
the rest of NY ARTCC

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