Technical data

IATA code WRO
ICAO code EPWR
reference code 4D
aerodrome reference point ARP 51°06’10” N, 16°53’09” E
site ARP 950 m from THR 29, at the centre line RWY 11/29
distance and direction from city 10 km (5.4 NM), BRG 115° GEO
elevation 123 m
magnetic variation 4°E (2010) and its yearly correction 7′ E
TWR frequency 120,250 MHz
transition altitude 1500 m AMSL
instrumental landing system (ILS/DME) CAT I RWY 29
fuel grades Jet A-1, AVGAS 100 LL.
refuelling facilities and limitations fuel station of capacity:
AVGAS 100LL-50000l., JET A-1-50000l
tanks of capacity 2x 42 000 i 1×26 000 liters
airport meteorologigal station the station operates 7 days a week i H24 system, prepares TAF forecasts, METAR reports as well as detailed information for crews of the aircrafts
repair facilities normally available none
category of fire protection category VII
rescue equipment Fire and rescue vehicles:
Major foam tender – 2
Rescue foam tender – 1
Container carrier – 1
Command car – 1
Foam tank container – 1
Chemical rescue container – 1
Ambulance – 1
seasonal availability all seasons
local flying restrictions none
pre-flight altimeter check locations and elevation Apron 1 – elevation 120 m
Apron 2 – elevation 122 m
Apron 3 – elevation 121 m
Grass Apron – elevation 120 m
operational hours Airport: H24 , ATC: H24 , AIS: H24
aerodrome operator Wrocław Airport Co.


Mean daily maximum and minimum temperatures (°C) for each month of the year.

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
MAX 3.0 2.8 6.4 9.4 15.0 18.9 19.2 19.2 16.5 12.0 5.7 3.9
MIN -5.1 -3.0 -0.5 6.2 10.3 14.4 15.3 15.2 11.2 6.2 2.3 -6.5


Physical characteristics:

RWY DIMENSIONS(m) STRENGTH SURFACE
Designator True
bearing
RWY SWY CWY Strip RESA RWY RWY SWY
a b c d e f g h i j
11
29
116
296
2503×58 -
-
-
-
2623×300 240x120m
240x120m
PCN 54/F/A/X/T ASFALTO-
BETON
-
-


Remarks:

Runway Friction Calibration: 0.62, 0.61, 0.57, measured with Grip Tester at 65 km/h on wet surface at 1 mm of water.

Movement areas:

aprons Apron 1: stand 1, 2 – concrete/PCN 53/R/B/W/T.
Apron 1: stand 3 – 6 – concrete/PCN 78/R/A/W/T.
Apron 2 – concrete/PCN 70/R/B/W/T
Apron 3 – concrete/PCN 75/R/A/W/T.
Apron 4 – concrete/PCN 44/R/A/X/T
Grass Apron – Aircraft GA, MTOW up to 2500 KG
taxiways A1 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 56/F/B/X/T
A2 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 56/F/B/X/T
B1 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 64/F/B/X/T
B2 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 64/F/B/X/T
B3 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 64/F/B/X/T
C -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 45/F/B/X/T
D1 –  asphalt-concrete, PCN 75/R/A/W/T
D4 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 42/F/A/X/T
E1 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 42/F/A/X/T
E2 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 42/F/A/X/T
E3 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 42/F/A/X/T
E4 -  asphalt-concrete, PCN 42/F/A/X/T
N – not measured


Visual ground aids:

approach lighting
(flash axis of 900 m)
11 – simplified approach lighting system – LIH, five stages of intensity,29 – precision approach category I lighting system, Calvert`s system – LIH (five stages of intensity), with axis flashing lights – LIH (three stages of intensity).
runway lighting 11/29 – threshold – LIH, five stages of intensity,
edge – LIH, five stages of intensity, end – LIH, five stages of intensity.
taxiway lighting edge lights- LIM
secondary power supply conforms with ICAO requirements
obstruction marking and lighting Obstructions outside approach and take-off areas are provided with day marking and obstruction lighting.
marking aids RWY: threshold, touchdown zone, centre line, RWY designators, edge. 

TWY: centre line, edge, taxi holding position. Aircraft stands.


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