USAASD-E Conformance Reviews
All conformance review requests shall be submitted to USAASD-E via e-mail through the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you experience problems accessing the conformance reviews website please contact USAASD-E DSN 537-8603/8604 or email email@example.com!
US DOD FLIP VFR Europe ARR/DEP Procedures
The German MIL AIP is authorized as the US Army source for VFR procedures at all German military and German civil airfields published in the GEMIL FLIP VAD.
1. Click on 'Publications', then accept the terms and conditions.
2. In the center of the screen select 'GEMIL FLIP VAD' from the drop down menu 'Publication'.
3. Check 'All data available' and click on the magnifying lens.
A GEMIL FLIP VAD legend will be provided to USAREUR standardization silots and is available for other services upon request at: firstname.lastname@example.org
TACAN Route Summary
TACAN route summary for Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Denmark, Belgium and Norway.
Click here to download
German Airfield Practice Aproach Fees
Most civil airfields in Germany have landing and service fees associated with landing rights. A recent incident has highlighted the fact that there are also several airfields that charge for practice approaches. The only way to find out this is by ATC telling you to land and pay the fee (which will also incur a landing fee!) or by consulting the Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP) at AFOD prior to your flight. Most of the airfields that charge approach fees are privately run and include Friedrichshafen (EDNY), Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden (EDSB) and Paderborn/Lippstadt (EDLP). You should question any airfield that was once owned by a foreign government and has been returned to local control. If you have any doubts about aeronautical fees that may be charged to your aircraft, the PIC should call ahead to the airfield in question or contact AFOD's NOTAM section for further guidance.
Mode-S Policy Germany
Please open following document:
Mode-S Policy Germany (MIL AIP Germany, GEN 1.5)
Restrictions concerning Class C airspace in Frankfurt/Main
Due to increased traffic volume at and in the vicinity of Frankfurt/Main Airport, transit flights through Frankfurt Class C airspace should be avoided.
For details, please open following document:
Restrictions concerning Class C airspace in Frankfurt/Main (AIC IFR 10)
Procedures for Flights Into HFCA Alpen
An excerpt from the German MIL AIP prescribing the procedures for flights into the Helicopter Flight Coordination Area (HFCA) Alpen can be downloaded through the link below.
Please note that these procedures also apply to all flights to and from Sheridan Barracks Landing Area as Garmisch is located inside the HFCA Alpen.