Noise Abatement. All turns to final should be completed at or above 4,000 feet MSL during curfew hours of 23:00-06:00 local. Must maintain a glide slope of 3 degrees.
Arrival Routes. Pearson has 10 STARs and 5 arrival routes depending on the direction aircraft are arriving from. Aircraft that are not on STARs will be given vectors by ATC to conform to the same STAR track.
Speed Restrictions. Between leaving the STAR exit point/hold and turning on final, you will be required to maintain a speed between 210 and 220 knots. Aim to establish on the ILS at a speed between 120 and 180 knots.
Noise Abatement. Aim to use continuous descent, low power and low drag where possible, subject to compliance with ATC instructions and safe operation of the aircraft. Maintain an altitude as high as practicable. Do not descend below 3000 feet MSL before intercepting the glideslope and do not descend below the profile once established. If not under ILS guidance, maintain two reds and two whites on the PAPI.
Missed Approaches. All missed approaches are approved to climb to 3,000 feet MSL while maintaining runway heading.
Clearing the Runway. Vacate the runway as soon as it is safe to do so to avoid aircraft being sent around. Ensure that the tail is clear of the holding point before stopping. Once vacated hold short and await further instructions.
Transponder. Once on stand, set the transponder code to 2000 before switching it off.