All VFR traffic wishing to route seawards of the coastline, transiting the King Shaka CTR, are to remain seawards of the coastline at 500FT AMSL, or as instructed by ATC. VFR traffic transiting through the King Shaka CTR at 500FT AMSL are then deemed to be separated from departing and arriving traffic at King Shaka Airport. All transiting traffic is regarded as circuit traffic, thus reduced separation minima can be applied, in the vicinity of the aerodrome.
Traffic without transponder to route via Ndwedwe, remaining clear of the Durban TMA, then to the right of the Alvaston Mast, (cross abeam the Alvaston Mast below 5000FT AMSL) then route direct to the Coopers Lighthouse. Cross abeam Pinetown at or below 3000FT AMSL, cross the N2 at 1500FT AMSL. Establish communication with Virginia prior to crossing the N2. If no contact, enter into a VFR hold, at 1500FT at Coopers Lighthouse till a joining clearance has been obtained.
The clearance shall only be valid during daylight hours, in VMC operations, in communication with ATC and the aircraft shall be Mode-C transponder equipped.
Pilots to comply with the Aviation Legislation, as described in General Operating and Flight Rules. Following line features Regulation 91.06.08.
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