Copenhagen Sector C sector covering the south-eastern part of Copenhagen FIR next to sector A. Sector C operates on 128.215 MHz.

The main tasks of sector C are:

  • Descend and arrival instructions for Copenhagen arrivals via TUDLO
  • Initial climb for Copenhagen departures via LANGO and ODN
  • Climb and descend for traffic to and from Hamburg
  • Climb and descend for traffic to and from regional aerodromes including Billund and Skrydstrup

 

The large number of vertical maneuvers required within the relatively small sector means that sector C can get very busy. It is advisable to make use of speed restrictions for Copenhagen arrivals via TUDLO as soon as possible to ensure an orderly flow of traffic toward Copenhagen TMA.

When there is no local ATC at Billund, the Billund local airspace is covered by Sector S.

Sector C is usually combined with Sector A, and can also be combined with the other Copenhagen sectors if all Copenhagen sectors are operated by a single controller.


IN agreements

FROM ADEP ROUTE PEL REMARKS
EKSP_APP EKSP DCT ↑FL60  
EKBI_APP EKBI, EKEB ALS/GOKIM/RIDSI ↑FL120  
EDWW_W    EKBI
FL170 RWY09: DCT GELBA
RWY27: DCT LOKSA
EKCH_DEP EKCH GOLGA/LANGO/MIKSI/ODN FL190  
EDWW_W EDDH, EDHI, EDHL ALASA/ATTUS FL240 released for turns and climb
EKDK_V   TESPI EKCH FL250  
EKDK_A EKCH  KOPEX LANGO FL280  
  EKBI FL290  
EKDK_S   TUDLO EKCH  


OUT agreements

ADEP ROUTE ADEST XFL SI REMARKS
EKCH GOLGA/MIKSI   FL240 EKDK_V  
    EKRK FL70 EKRK_APP  
    EKSP FL70 EKSP_APP  
  TUDLO EKCH
FL80 EKCH_W_APP  
  TESPI FL90  
  ALS EDDH, EDHI, EDHL FL250 EDDW_W  released for turns and descent
   ALASA EDDW FL230  
EKBI, EKEB, EKSP, EKOD ALS DCT   FL280- EDYY_HOL*  
    EDDV, EDVE, EDDW FL340- EDYY_HOL*  

*if EDYY_HOL is offline, EDWW_W is responsible

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