|Extremely noise sensitive populated areas along approach
and departure corridors. Pilots are requested to use best operating
practices to minimize aircraft noise at all times. Whenever possible,
fly arrivals at or above 3-degree glidepath. Plan minimum use of
Departure aircraft are encouraged to climb to ATC clearance limits
as soon as practical. ATC noise abatement procedures in effect from
2200 to 0700.
VFR Turbojet aircraft departing north or northwest from the centerline
of the runway will begin turns at or above 1,100 feet MSL.
VFR piston aircraft departing the traffic pattern shall not make
turns prior to reaching 700 feet MSL.
Standard Traffic Pattern altitudes are 1,096 feet MSL piston
aircraft, 1,896 feet MSL turbine aircraft.
Normal traffic pattern flow is
Runway 22L - left traffic
Runway 22R - right traffic
Runway 4R - right traffic
Runway 4L - left traffic
If traffic allows, turbojet aircraft will use left traffic for
runway 22R and right traffic for runway 4L.
ATC noise abatement procedures in effect from 2200 to 0700.
Runways 22L/R Departures: All jet departures turn left to and
maintain heading 090 through 4,000 feet MSL before proceeding
on course. Northbound departures maintain 090 heading until passing
through 6,000 feet MSL prior to proceeding on course.
Runways 4L/R: All jet departures turn right heading 100 until
reaching 4,000 feet MSL, northbound departures maintain 100 heading
until passing 6,000 feet MSL.
Arrivals form the North and East: Vectors to intercept the approach
east of CAMRR (20nm from the runway end) at or above 6,500 feet
Arrivals from the South through the Southeast: Vectors to intercept
the approach east of LDOOR (15nm from runway end) at or above
5,000 feet MSL.
Aircraft entering a downwind from the Southwest of Mather must
turn final prior to 10 miles. If unable, aircraft will be vectored
to intercept final approach east of LDOOR at or above 5,000 feet
Pilot information on noise abatement (916 874-0359)